SASCP Bursary 2019 – 2020: South African Society of Crop Production Bursary South Africa

Download SASCP Bursary 2019 – 2020 application form here, see the eligibility requirements, required documents and procedures for how to apply for SASCP Bursary 2019 – 2020. How to contact SASCP Bursary is also below.

Closing date is March 15th.


Established in 1971, the South African Society of Crop Production (SASCP) was established in by 5 founding members – DF Retief; SA Hulme; E Strydom; PJ Möhr and PC Nel in Pretoria, South Africa.

To encourage research, training and technology transfer is the aim of the science-based company. SASCP is a leader in the field of crop science, greatly committed to encouraging the public understanding of soil management, environmental management and crop management in order to benefit our society and ensure long term sustainability.

Many of SASCP’s members are greatly involved in research of oil, maize, small grains and protein seed.


SASCP South African Society of Crop Production annually awards bursaries to Undergraduate and Postgraduate students who study full-time for a degree in the broad area of Crop Production (Agronomy / Crop Science) at a South African University.

SASCP awards two bursaries each year, to the value of R10,000 each that can be used towards tuition fees.


Before applying, applicants must satisfy these minimum entry criteria. Your application will not be considered if you fail to satisfy/meet up with all the requirements below:

  • South African citizen OR a South African permanent resident
  • Completed Matric
  • Studying towards a full time Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree in an area of study relating to Crop Production (Crop Science or Agronomy)
  • Studying at a recognised University in South Africa
  • Achieved a minimum average of 60% in the previous University academic year


Applications must be done online via the official SASCP website >>


Clear copies only of the below listed supporting documents are required after you have completed your online application. Submit them electronically via email to: Insert the words “SASCP Bursary Application – Your Full Name” in the email subject line.

Please note – submission of these documents are compulsory. Your application will be rejected if any of these documents are missing:

  • ID document if a South African citizen (certified copy of)
  • Residence permit if a permanent resident (certified copy of)
  • Motivational letter explaining why you deserve to be awarded a bursary
  • Last year’s tertiary academic record
  • Proof of tertiary registration for 2018 academic year
  • A letter of reference from the Faculty Dean or a study leader


15 March 2019.

SASCP Bursary Application submitted after this date will not be accepted. Ensure you apply before the closing date to get your application considered.


Contact SASCP directly for any queries related to this bursary programme on:
South African Society of Crop Production
Contact Person: Dr Maryke Craven (secretary)
Tel: 018 299 6346
Fax: 086 684 2292


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