School of Built Environment & Development Studies

Talent Equity & Excellence Acceleration Scholarship for Humanities Students

Three students from the College of Humanities, Ms Lerato Sokhulu, Ms Cleopatra Mabaso and Ms Ayanda Tshazi, were recently awarded the Talent Equity and Excellence Acceleration Scholarship.

This scholarship is awarded to students intending to pursue an academic career at UKZN. This prestigious award, derived from the University’s own funds, enables UKZN to identify potential top academic talent to grow the next generation of academics.

The students were both overjoyed and excited to be receiving the scholarship and were keen to continue excelling academically.

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