Bursaries for Literature in South Africa 2023: Are you looking for Literature bursaries in South Africa 2023? In this article, I will provide you with details on the various available bursaries to study Literature in South Africa 2023, how to submit your application online and other related information.
Application is currently open for Literature bursaries in South Africa 2023.
Literature Bursaries for 2023
Language and literature, although very similar do have different forms and meanings. Language refers to the written and verbal form of communication e.g. both reading something in English and speaking the language. Literature came into existence because of language and is an expression of language- literature only refers to the written form of communication. Language is used to express ideas, opinions, and knowledge, whereas literature is imaginative. Although these terms do have different definitions, one would not exist without the other.
Language and literature are essential to our society as it aids people in developing textual analysis skills as well as communicate with each other. It also creates a world of inspiration and creativity through the means of storytelling, poetry, novels, and plays.
If you are passionate about language and literature, you could study a Bachelors of Social Science or Bachelors of Arts in a language of your choice, an Honours Degree in language, a Masters specialising in Literature, Research, Creative Writing, or even obtain a PhD in your language of choice. Careers you could embark on with a tertiary qualification in language and literature are a language teacher, journalism, copy-editor, proofreader, writer, archivist, arts administrator, public relations officer, and more.
The list of bursaries below are applicable for studies within the Language and Literature fields of study:
- Absa Fellowship/ Scholarship Programme
- Babette Taute Scholarship
- Bridgestone Bursary
- Canon Collins Thekgo Bursary
- Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (DSAC) Bursary
- Dudley D’Ewes Scholarship
- Gallagher Foundation Scholarship
- Gauteng Department of Health Bursary
- Guy Butler Research Award Scholarship
- Kaplan Centre Bursaries
- KwaZulu-Natal Government Bursaries
- Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursary
- NESP Scholarship
- Pyrotec Bursary
- National Arts Council of South Africa (NAC) Bursaries
- South African Translators’ Institute Bursary