Master Scholarship Programme – For Master students from Sub-Saharan Africa fleeing the war in Ukraine

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – 23 June 2022

Mauritius-Africa Scholarship Scheme information session – 22 June 2022Mauritius-Africa Scholarship Scheme Virtual Information Session presentation

UNITED KINGDOM: The Rhodes Scholarships for Southern Africa 2023

GERMANY: Helmut-Schmidt-Programme Master’s Scholarships for Public Policy and Good Governance 2023

NETHERLANDS: Orange Knowledge Programme Individual Scholarships 2022

MAURITIUS: Mauritius-Africa Scholarship Scheme 2022 (October 2022 Intake)

ITALY: Italian Government Grants for Foreign Citizens and Italian Citizens Living Abroad 2022-2023

KAZAKHSTAN: Ministry of Education and Science Scholarships 2022

DAAD Opportunities

31 July 2022 – Routledge/Round Table Commonwealth Studentships

Grants for Foreign and Italian Citizens Living Abroad Awarded by The Italian Government. Call for Applications for The Academic Year 2022-23.

Application information pack

Closing Date: 9 June 2022


International scholarships: Belgium, United Kingdom, Sub Saharan-Africa, Hong Kong, Germany, Sweden, World Bank, Netherlands, United States and China


27 May 2022 – The Jennifer Ward Oppenheimer Research Grant (JWO Research Grant)

MEXT Scholarship: Japanese Government Scholarship

The MEXT(Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology) offers scholarships to foreign students who wish to study at Japanese universities under the Japanese Government Scholarship Program for 2023.

Closing Date: 23 May 2022

BELGIUM: Master Mind Scholarships 2022

NETHERLANDS: Orange Knowledge Programme Scholarships

CHINA: Belt and Road Initiative (IMPA-BRI) programme 2022/23

Call for International Opportunities – WORLD BANK: 2022 WORLD BANK GROUP – AFRICA EDUCATION


Call for International Opportunities – 2022 World Bank Group-Africa Education Fellowship Programme

Call for International Opportunities – TURKEY: 2022 Türkiye Scholarships

Two weeks of targeted national and international engagements for MUT

MUT VC pays tribute to MUT Founder and 1969 moon landing pioneer

Tech business leader encourages MUT students to continue on entrepreneurship path

MUT staff members invited to moderate US Spring International Summit

MUT’s First International Week – A Milestone in our Internationalisation Journey

Professor Marcus Ramogale, Acting Vice-Chancellor & Principal

Message from Professor Marcus Ramogale, Acting Vice-Chancellor & Principal

The inaugural MUT International Week is a source of pride for us as a University as we wind up the 2021 year. Despite all the challenges that the country and MUT have faced since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, MUT has continued its business agenda and exceeded all expectations set out in its Strategy 2025. As the country and the world navigated various waves of the pandemic and associated lockdowns, our campaign of ‘saving lives and saving the academic year/s (2020/1)’ has moreover proven fruitful.

One of MUT’s most notable achievements in 2021 was receiving the Excelleration Award from the National Research Foundation (NRF) at the end of October. The Excelleration Award for South African Research Institutions acknowledges those institutions that have achieved the most improved research performance. Its name is derived from the words “excellence” and “acceleration”, and that is indeed the goal that MUT has set for itself – to excel in research and to accelerate its research agenda.

It is against this backdrop that we are delivering our very first International Week (I-Week), a seed we planted in 2019 when MUT turned 40 years old. Back then we stated that while MUT is rooted in Umlazi Township, it is destined for the world. We made it clear that we should have a strategic goal that targets international engagements, and that’s what we have done. As part of our strategy implementation, we have been enthusiastically engaging our international peers and friends of MUT to collaborate with MUT where possible.

I am pleased that our I-Week will feature those that have walked before us in this journey of internationalisation, as well as those that will partner with us in future. The presence of Professor Hal Walker, who played a critical role in the launch of the Apollo 11 space mission in 1969, along with our founder, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, give us hope that the vision of becoming an international university is indeed attainable. Our Chancellor’s participation also reminds us that she committed to walk this journey with us when she awarded MUT a Chair in Human Settlements a few years ago. The journey continues and will be a legacy that our esteemed partners leave for MUT.

I-Week will provide our current and prospective partners a glimpse of where we are in research and innovation, as well as the progress we are making in shaping MUT as an entrepreneurship destination for our students. My sincere gratitude goes to all the speakers who will be joining us digitally from all over the world to provide support and leadership as we navigate the world of international collaborations. Amongst other things, we can look forward to our international partners taking us through a series of presentations focusing on available international funding.

Thank you to all MUT colleagues, speakers, and attendees for helping us make history together.