Research Fund

The aim of the MKI Research Fund is to support honours, masters and doctoral students conducting scientific, social, and economic research that will solve the KwaZulu-Natal ‘s (KZN) provincial challenges.

The institute uses recommendations from the research towards policy development and service delivery interventions. This opportunity also allows students to publish their work on the Moses Kotane Institute Journal.

Benefits of the MKI Research Fund

  • Financial support
  • Mentorship
  • Research Editor
  • Statistical Services
  • Publishing an article on MKI Journal
  • Attendance of MKI conferences, seminars, dialogues, and more
  • Opportunity to be a research assistant or a research experiential learner before you complete your research.