Masters Mentorship Network Information.
Every year, hundreds of students apply for Coursework Masters programmes around South Africa. These programmes are well known for their in-depth applications, intensive selection interviews, and limited spaces.
Cognition & Co endeavors to create networking opportunities whereby potential masters students can receive guidance and support from mentors that have successfully been through the Masters application and interview processes. In an attempt to achieve this goal, we created the Masters Mentorship Network.
Call for Mentors:
4 January 2021 – 28 February 2021
Our call for Mentors will open on Monday the 4th of January and close at the end of February. Mentors need to be registered with the HPCSA and be completing, or have completed their Masters Degree in Psychology (any category). More details regarding the role of the Mentors is provided on the online application form below;
CLICK HERE for access to the Mentor Application Form.
If you’re interested in finding out more information about the Masters Mentorship Network, please listen to our 15 minute free Podcast on the subject;
Call for Mentees:
1 February 2021 – 28 February 2021
If you are applying for a coursework Masters programme in 2021 for the class of 2022, and you would like to be a part of our Masters Mentorship Network, please complete the application form that will be available from the 1st of February 2021.
It is with great pleasure that we get to introduce the newest members of the Cognition & Co family!
In order to strengthen our Masters Mentorship Network, we have created a Mentorship Team consisting of 5 Mentorship Facilitators. Their role is to facilitate the formation and maintenance of the relationships between our mentors and mentees in next years Masters Mentorship Network. The team will also have various other administrative, networking and research duties, all of which are aimed at improving our connection with the students of South Africa.
Our Mentorship Team for 2021 consists of the following;