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Global study programme application deadline looms

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THE Coega Development Corporation (CDC) has urged qualifying candidates to apply for its  global study programme before the closing deadline tomorrow, Friday, 23 July at 5pm.

The Coega Global Scholars Programme is a talent Identification and retention programme, which seeks to strengthen the capacity of the CDC by training current management and future talent at post-graduate (Master’s and PhD) level.

Successful applicants will be sent to selected top tier global universities specialising in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and related interdisciplinary studies.

The CDC’s Unit Head of Human Resources, Zola Ngoma, said the programme is in line with the CDC’s vision to be the leading catalyst for championing of socio-economic development.

“The programme is designed to ensure sustainable gender representation and organisational transformation. Thus, it seeks to ensure a 60% participation for women,” Ngoma said.

To apply, visit the Coega website, www.coega.co.za , for an application form.

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