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July 17, 2007
A free e-zine bringing you inspirational articles, great tips on studying abroad as well as jobs and scholarships alerts.

July 17 2007, ISSUE #43.


If you followed the release of the 2007 Echoing Green Fellowship winners last week, you must have noted that in Africa; winners of the $90,000 award included applicants from Kenya and Equatorial Guinea. We re-run the link to the Echoing Green Fellowship once again so that you have the details to write your proposal and beat the December 1 deadline for next year’s list.

Also on the winners list of Dag Hammarskjöld Fellowships released last week included applicants from Kenya (Benson Amollo - Kenya Times), Uganda (Agnes Asiimwe - NTV), Jamaica and Indonesia. It is also re-run in this week’s newsletter to ensure you have the information on time to submit entries for next year.

Other excellent scholarships/grants this week include:

- MBA Scholarship Competition, University of Rochester, USA

- Guaranteed Scholarships in Finance, Australia

- University College London - Africa Educational Trust Undergraduate International Outreach Bursaries, UK

- Institute for Humane Studies Scholarships, Worldwide

- DAAD Scholarship Programme, Worldwide

- Young Communicators Fund, Worldwide

- Masters and PhD Scholarships, Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD), tenable in Germany & African countries

- MSc Clinical Trials by Distance Learning Scholarships, UK

- MSc in Computation Informatics Scholarships, UK

- Developing Country Literacy Project Support Fund

- Constance McCullough Award

- Rad University International Prize Competition

- Graduate Scholarships for Non-Japanese Women to Study in Japan

- Leiden University MA Scholarships - The Netherlands

- Lindbergh Foundation Grants Program

- Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies

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This week’s thought - Working hard

"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."

- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

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To your success,

Joe Ngugi.

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