Dimtec receives bursaries of R1.1 Million for masters degree programme
2007-05-24

The Disaster Management Training and Education Centre (DiMTEC) at the University of the Free State (UFS) received bursaries to the value of R1.1 Million from the Departments of Science and Technology, Water and Forestry and Local Government for the masters programme in Disaster Management. The departments will collectively give R1.1 Million per year for the next five (5) years to the programme. This year altogether 15 students have already received bursaries from the fund, which is administered by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Attending the launch of the bursary fund were, from the left: Mr Chris Swiegers (Department of Water and Forestry), Mr Lance Williams (Head of the National Disaster Management Centre), Prof. Magda Fourie (Vice-Rector: Academic Planning at the UFS), Ms Ramadolela Lindelani (M.Sc. student) and Mr Andries Jordaan (Director of DiMTEC).
Photo: Leonie Bolleurs


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