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Dear, Some Urgent Scholarship Applications # 037.
May 16, 2007
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May 16 2007, ISSUE #037.


Today’s scholarship highlights include:

- Distance Learning Scholarships for Students in African Commonwealth

- Africa Educational Trust Undergraduate International Bursaries

- Scholarships for a Master’s degree in Water Resources Management

- Masters Studentship in Coastal Software Development

- MSc Fellowships at University College Dublin, Ireland

- MSc/PhD Studentships in Mechanical Engineering at Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland

- 60 Master/PhD Studentships at University of Sheffield, UK

- International Master Bursaries for Cell and Tissue and Biomedical Engineering

- Numerous PhD scholarships

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This week’s thought - Diligence.

"He who labors diligently need never despair; for all things are accomplished by diligence and labor."

- Menander Of Athens

Have a good week.

Kind regards,

Joe Ngugi.

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