Fellowships for Engineers and Transport Managers
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Fellowships for Engineers and Transport Managers: The International Road Educational Foundation (IREF) is now accepting nominations for the Fellowship Program.
The Fellowship Program provides a one-time graduate level scholarship to young professionals from developing countries who have strong academic backgrounds, professional qualifications and leadership potential, and who are committed to return to their home countries after their graduate education is complete.
IREF has awarded more than 1,250 grants to individuals in 116 countries on six continents. Many Fellows have become high-level government officials and leaders in the private sector.
Students awarded grants will commence studies in the United States the fall semester.
Fellowship Application Qualifications:
In general, candidates are expected to meet these criteria; however, there are circumstances where some flexibility is possible.
Demonstrated potential as next-generation leaders in the highway industry, financing, administration, planning, design, construction, operations, and maintenance.
Three to fifteen years of progressive work experience in transportation.
A Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent) in a transportation-related discipline.
The ability to actively engage in study and/or research in English.
A commitment to full-time study for a minimum of nine months.
The ability to travel to and within the United States.
While most Fellows do study in the United States, some have studied at approved universities in other developed countries.
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