Durham University offers a generous package of support to outstanding doctoral research students through the Durham Doctoral Fellowships Scheme.
The Special Research Fund of Ghent University (BOF) allocates yearly a certain budget for students from developing countries in order to obtain a PhD at Ghent University.
Applications are sent to the Federal Science Policy Office by the Belgian project leaders. The selection takes place once a year.
Applications are invited for the position of Programme Specialist MDG Support so as to reach on or before the 23rd January 2007.
International Training Programmes are short-term training programmes whose main focus is transferring skills rather than knowledge.
MSc and PhD Studentships are available in the Life Sciences Graduate Program of the International University Bremen, "Biological Recognition" (BioRec).
IFPRI is an international and equal opportunity organization and believes that diversity of its staff contributes to excellence.
Ghent University provides postgraduate scholarships to candidates from developing countries who wish to obtain a master’s degree.
A total of 24 Masters Scholarships in Optics are given each year for study in the universities listed here.
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