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Your Copy of the E-zine at Last. # 041.
July 03, 2007
|A free e-zine bringing you inspirational articles, great tips on studying abroad as well as jobs and scholarships alerts.
July 03 2007, ISSUE #41.
Welcome to this issue of the newsletter.
Thanks to all those who wrote expressing concern over absence of the e-zine for several weeks. It was due to a rather busy schedule, but here it is last!
Today’s scholarship highlights are:
- Economics and MSc Money Banking and Finance Scholarships
- Undergraduate and Postgraduate Scholarships for African Students at University of Nottingham, UK
- Liverpool Law School LLM Bursaries, UK
- International Competition of Wildlife & Nature Photography
- National Geographic Society Young Explorer Grants, Worldwide
- International Youth Photography Competition - Shoot Nations 2007
- Samsung Electronics Undergraduate Scholarships, Business Administration, Art and Social Science, Korea
- Master Scholarships in Financial Engineering, Netherlands
- CPN Fellowships to Europe for Young African Scientists
- Faculty of Technology International Scholarships for Masters Courses, University of Plymouth, UK
- Macquarie University International Scholarship, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Australia
- The Hodgson Law Scholarships, LLM Scholarships, University of Liverpool, UK
- Australian National University Tuition Scholarships
- Grants for Taught Postgraduates in Archaeology, University of Durham, UK
- A number of PhD scholarships
If you are a Nairobi based University student with several years to complete your studies, and wish to engage in challenging work during your holidays, hit the reply button and email a copy of your CV and cover letter to this address.
This week’s thought - Success.
"Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying basic fundamentals."
- Jim Rohn
, have a wonderful week.
All the best,
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