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December 17 2007, ISSUE #061.
The OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) is pleased to announce its Scholarship Award to support undergraduate students from developing countries in pursuit of higher education. The winner will receive a scholarship of up to $100,000 for two years.
The University of Edinburgh will offer nine Master's scholarships for eligible distance learning Master's programmes offered by the University. Each scholarship will have a total value of £5,000.
VLIR awards scholarships to students from developing countries to study one of the 15 master courses and 6 short courses. Each year there are a maximum of 180 scholarships available for first-year master students and a maximum of 70 scholarships for short course participants. PhD scholarships are also available.
TU/e (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven) Talent Scholarship Program offers full-cost scholarships (covering both tuition fees and living costs) for top international students. These scholarships are for 5-year programs: two years studying for your Master’s at the TU/e, followed by three years working for the company that sponsors your scholarship.
You’ll gain international work experience and increase your career opportunities – in your home country or anywhere else in the world.
The Sommer Scholars program seeks to train the brightest, most promising students from around the globe. The selected students will receive both full tuition and a stipend. In addition to regular course work, they will take part in a leadership program designed to develop their personal skills and foster both collaboration and networking opportunities.
18 Scholarships available for urban studies in Germany, Italy, France and Spain. The Urban Studies Scholarships are valued at 42000 Euros over two years each.
The Gordon R. McCulloch Scholarship is awarded to a student from an African country. The scholarship is worth £5,000.
Applicants are invited for MSc Scholarships at University of Bath. The scholarships provides tuition fees plus other expenses for a maximum period of one year.
The Shared Scholarship Scheme is a joint initiative between the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the university of Worcester, to jointly support scholarships for students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the United Kingdom. The scholarship programme will provide tuition fees and other related expenses.
These scholarships are for students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the United Kingdom. They funds awarded will support the cost of tuition fees, return airfares and other allowances. A monthly stipend shall also be offered.
Grants are for one to three years and usually cover the cost of travel, tuition fees and living expenses. In some cases additional allowances may be available for help with books or clothes. To apply for this scholarship you will need a good Honours Degree of upper second class or above. The applicants having equivalent professional qualifications will also be considered.
Kings College offers 1 to 2 Commonwealth Scholarship each year. Funds cover the international tuition fee, living allowance, return flight from/to candidate's home country and an arrival allowance.
The Aberystwyth University participates in the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme which makes awards for taught Masters students. The award covers tuition fees, the costs of travel to and from the UK and provides a living allowance.
The awards will cover University and college fees, a grant for living expenses, return air travel to the UK. Scholars must be willing to confirm that they will return to their home country as soon as their period of study is complete.
Scholarships of a minimum of £1,000 will be available to international students who begin their courses in 2008/09. The scholarships will be awarded to high achievers, as evidenced by their academic results to date, and the personal statement on their scholarship application form.
Sheffield Hallam University participates in the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme (CSSS) and welcomes applications from students for this prestigious award. The award covers tuition fees and living costs for the duration of a Masters course.
Up to five scholarships are available to candidates from developing Commonwealth countries to undertake a one-year taught Master's programme of study at the University of Leeds. The scholarships covers fees (international rate), Maintenance allowance and return airfare.
The University of Nottingham will offer SIX Scholarships for new students registering on Taught Masters programmes at the University of Nottingham in September 2008. Under the scheme, the ACU pays the students’ tuition fees, thesis expenses, study travel grant, the cost of airfare to and from the United Kingdom and excess baggage allowance for accompanied books up to 10kg on return home. The University of Nottingham provides a full maintenance award plus additional allowances.
The European Masters Program in Computational Logic offers 13 new Erasmus Mundus scholarships for non European citizens. For each student the scholarship amounts to 21,000 Euro per academic year. This includes 10 monthly grants of 1,600 Euro and a fixed amount of 5,000 Euro for fees, travel expenses, relocation costs, etc.
Bibliomondialis will offer grants to attend the IFLA 2008 Conference in Quebec. Grants will be offered to delegates from developing countries.
Scholarships of up to $12,000 are for undergraduate or graduate study in the United States or abroad. Each year IHS awards over $400,000 in scholarships to students from universities around the world and sponsors the attendance of hundreds of students at its summer seminars and other educational programs.
Applications are invited for fellowships to promote mental health journalism. The Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism include stipends of up to US$10,000, and additionally cover all travel, research, and related expenses.
You will graduate with a MSc in Computer Science from each of the two universities you will select. Tuition fees are 3.000 EUR per year.
This scholarship provides promising student from the Great Lakes Region of Africa with the full financial assistance needed to attend College of the Atlantic (COA). Tuition, room, board, books and health insurance are all covered by the Great Lakes of Africa Scholarship.
St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, is offering a scholarship for a student from Southern Africa for the academic year 2008-9. The scholarship will cover University fees, college fees, and a stipend.
These scholarships are open specifically to assist students from developing countries. The two students who are selected will have the scholarship amount of £3,000. Awards will be made based on academic merit.
The scholarship covers University Composition Fee at the overseas rate approved College Fees, a maintenance allowance sufficient for a single student as well as a return airfare, courtesy of British Airways.
Winners of the Sofja Kovalevskaja Award will be granted funding totalling up to 1.65 million EUR to conduct the approved research project over a period of five years commencing immediately after receiving the award. Sofja Kovalevskaja Award is for outstanding young scientists and scholars.
Alzheimer's Disease Research awards are intended for new investigators or established investigators pursuing particularly innovative lines of inquiry. Applicants may request up to $150,000 USD over a two year period.
Applications are invited for Exxon Mobil Earth and Environment Scholarships at University of Leeds. The Exxon Mobil Earth and Environment Scholarships covers; International Fee, a contribution to living costs of £9000, return Airfare, and contribution to project costs.
These scholarships are awarded only for taught postgraduate courses which have a developmental emphasis. The scholarships will also award fees are at the Overseas Student rate, monthly stipend and return air fare from home country.
Two awards of £5,000 are open to prospective full-time postgraduate students in any degree within Warwick Manufacturing Group, Taught Master's only. Applicants should be nationals of Sub-Saharan Africa and classed as international fee-payer.
University of Melbourne awards Refugee and Asylum Seeker Scholarships amounting to full fee remission and an annual allowance of up to $10,000 per annum. These scholarships are meant to assist refugees and asylum seekers with the cost of tertiary education.
Franciscan University of Steubenville will make two scholarships available every five years. The scholarships will cover the cost of tuition and materials for degree program available through Franciscan University Distance Learning.
The United Nations International Law Fellowship Programme will cover the fellowship recipient’s travel costs in economy class as well as medical insurance, the training material and the registration fee for The Hague Academy of International Law. Participants will receive a stipend to cover their living expenses.
Applications are invited for several post-graduate research positions in the Knowledge and Data Engineering Research Group (KDEG), Department of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin. The position includes payment of academic fees and a tax exempt annual stipend of 16,000 Euro.
A fully funded PhD position is available in the Software Engineering Research Lab at Auckland University of Technology and applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates. The scholarship is tenable for up to four years.
The Department of Marketing and Statistics at Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (ASB) Denmark, invites applications for a PhD scholarship within the area of Innovation Management. Applicants are expected to have completed a Master’s degree in the social sciences with very good or excellent results. Good knowledge of statistics is essential.
The department plant systems biology at Ghent University, Belgium has an opening for an ambitious and energetic research assistant in the new research group Plant Systems Modeling, that focuses on computational modeling of plant development biology. Funding is for four years, but you are encouraged to apply for external funds.
The Research Group Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Genomics of the Department of Plant Systems Biology at Ghent University is currently looking for a: PhD student in Bioinformatics to work on an Research Project focusing on the integration of sequence and expression data in plants.
Ghent University is currently looking for a PhD student in Bioinformatics to work on an Interuniversity Attraction Pole (IAP) Research Project. You have a master in Sciences (Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics), Engineering or Bioengineering.
The National Institute for Agricultural Research - France (NRA) is organizing a campaign to recruit 11 post-doctoral fellows. The recipients are recruited on a two-year contract with a gross monthly salary of 2150Euros.
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