Advance Africa Newsletter
November 2007 Part I
A free e-zine bringing you inspirational articles, great tips on studying abroad as well as jobs and scholarships alerts.
Serving Africans around the world.
November 05 2007, ISSUE #055.
1. World Bank Internship Program
2. Google Internship Opportunities
3. UNICEF Internship Programme
4. International Law Institute Internships
5. World Health Organization Internship Program
6. UN Internship Programme
7. MBA Internship and Software Development Intership
8. UNECE Internship Programme
9. ILO Internships
10. ICARDA Internship
11. Kenya Human Rights Commission Internships
12. WTO Internship Programme
13. TWN Africa Internship Program
14. Transparency International Internship in Kenya
15. Africa Action Internship Opportunities
16. Ashoka Internship Opportunities
17. United Nations Internship - Nairobi.
18. Goldman Sachs Internships
1. Echoing Green Fellowship Program
Echoing Green offers fellowships to individuals and to partnerships of no more than two individuals. This fellowship program does not limit applicants to specific program areas or geographic territories.
2. Tourism and Hospitality Scholarships - Australia
Scholarships are offered to international students who wish to study tourism and hospitality in Australia at THE-ICE member institutions. Scholarships are offered to international students who wish to study tourism and hospitality in Australia at THE-ICE member institutions.
3. Sustainable Tropical Forestry Scholarships
The European Union provides Sustainable Tropical Forestry Erasmus Mundus Masters Course Scholarships to students from outside the European Union. It provides students with access to tropical forestry teaching in Europe.
4. African Fellows Programme
The Rothamsted International African Fellows Programme aims to provide problem-focused training in Europe for African scientists. Fellowships will normally be for periods of 6 months although they can vary from 4 to 12 months depending on the nature of the project.
5. The Annie L. Jeter (ALJ) Scholarship
The Annie L. Jeter (ALJ) scholarship is designed to support the educational pursuits of motivated and talented students from African countries who cannot afford the cost of their education. Eligible applicants for these scholarships are students who are citizens of an African country.
6. Tumaini Scholarship for Vocational Training
The Tumaini scholarship is designed to fight poverty by training young people for vocational careers. Participation in the program develops and enhances skills that will be useful for each scholar’s family as well as their community and country.
7. African Guest Researcher Scholarship Programme
This scholarship programme is directed at scholars in Africa, engaged in research on the African continent. Female researchers are especially encouraged to apply for these scholarships.
8. Southern African Journalists Bursary
For the eighth time the International Journalists‘ Programmes (IJP) offer a bursary to up to six young Southern African Scholars. For two months the Southern African delegates will have the chance to work in Germany.
9. MSc Fellowships at UNESCO - IHE Delft
These fellowships will cover the 18-month Master of Science (MSc) programmes. The UNESCO-IHE Master of Science programme consists of 106 credit points in total.
10. Birmingham Law School LLM Scholarships
The Birmingham Law School will be offering a number of scholarships to applicants for its taught LLM programmes. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need.
11. Amsterdam Undergraduate and Postgraduate Merit Scholarships
Applications are invited for the Amsterdam Undergraduate and Postgraduate Merit Scholarships. The Amsterdam Merit Scholarships will be awarded for a maximum period of 3 years.
12. Occupational Health and Safety Scholarships
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) is calling for entries for the 2007-08 Dick Martin Scholarship Award. To apply for the award, post secondary students are invited to submit a 1000-1200 word essay on a topic related to their area of study in occupational health and safety.
13. Dairy Industry Scholarships
Dairy Farmers of America, Inc. is pleased to announce a new scholarship program for college students. High school seniors planning to enroll, as well as post-graduates, also are eligible to apply.
14. LLM scholarships at Kings College London
The School of Law awards LLM scholarships to overseas students. The scholarships are for the full tuition fee.
15. Olive Stone Law School Scholarships
A scholarship fund has been established under the terms of a bequest to the School by Dr Olive Stone, a former member of the Law Department. Priority is given to female students who are 25 years and over.
16. Exeter Sports Scholarships
Sports Scholarships are available for students of outstanding sporting ability who show evidence of achievement or potential at national level. Scholarships are awarded on a yearly basis and can be renewable for up to a further two years.
17. Graduate Scholarships in Reproductive Health Law
The Scholarships cover tuition and incidental fees, provide a stipend of $15,000 and books. After completion of their Fellowship, a Fellow must return to their home country and reside there for a minimum of two years.
18. Graduate Scholarships in Womens Rights
The Graduate Scholarships in Women's Rights, in varying amounts are open to law graduates from Africa. After completion of their Fellowship, a Fellow must return to their home country and reside there for a minimum of two years.
19. Graduate Fellowships in Innovation Law and Policy
The Graduate Fellowships in Innovation Law and Policy were established through an endowment fund by the Ontario Research and Development Challenge Fund. The Centre for Innovation Law and Policy sponsors a minimum of five Graduate Fellowships each year of up to $25,000 each.
20. Giulia Mereu LLM Scholarship
The Giulia Mereu Scholarship is awarded annually to a student in the LLM in International Human Rights Law at the University of Essex. This scholarship covers tuition fees for the academic year as well as a modest allowance to enable the recipient to undertake a one-month internship with a human rights organisation.
21. Human Rights Summer Institute
The Human Rights Summer Institute (HRSI) is an intensive scholarship program for international high school students in New York City. Each participant will be provided with full program materials, transportation, daily lunch, and a $500 stipend.
22. Acumen Fund Fellows Program
Each year, the Acumen Fund Fellows Program provides extraordinary young professionals with a unique opportunity to use their skills to effect real social change with the Acumen's portfolio organizations in Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, and to build lasting relationships with other like-minded individuals. Fellows spend one year working with the Acumen's team and with local entrepreneurs, gaining intensive experience in price performance, logistics, distribution systems, scaling and innovative technology.
C. Upcoming deadlines
Primary Health Care Advisor, International Rescue Committee - DRC
Human Resources Coordinator - International Rescue Committee - DRC
Director Health Programs - International Rescue Committee - DRC