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Call for Studentships: Wetland Ecology or Environmental Economics

Prime Africa has available studentship positions, for a period of three months (with the possibility of extension), for students currently engaged in Masters, Doctors or Post-doc studies.

We are seeking Students who can assist us, on a part time basis, with research work on wetland projects.

The Studentship will accommodate the current study obligations of the Students.

The Student will be required to perform the following tasks:

  1. Assist with data collection, data analyses, and report writing.
  2. Analyse research findings and develop presentations to support effective decision-making.
  3. Conduct research, and to further refine their analytical skills.
  4. Plan tasks for reporting to mentor in a timely manner.
  5. Ability to communicate and work with team members

Prime Africa Consult has Studentships in the following fields:

Field Location (Where the Intern will be based) Required Qualification Environmental Economist or

Ecologist (preferably wetland ecology)

  The Factory, 274 Brander Street, Jan Niemand Park, Pretoria, 0186 Currently enrolled for Masters, Doctors, or Post-Doc studies


  • Must be a SA citizen
  • Proficiency in English language
  • Actively registered for Masters, Doctors, or Post-Doc studies
  • Computer literacy skills e.g., Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Innovative, dynamic and creative
  • A commitment to career development in the environmental/biodiversity sector

Application procedure

  • Applications sent via email: CV to (only applications sent via email will be considered)
  • Selection is conducted through document screening and interview (English)
  • During the selection process, various documents (qualification from university, letters of registration, etc.), will be screened.

Closing date:  13 October 2023

Prime Africa Consult reserves the right not to fill these internships.

If no response has been received within 30 days of the closing date, candidates may assume that their applications were unsuccessful.