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graduate fellowships in Atmospheric sciences at Florida International University (USA)

28.1.09 |

The Department of Earth Sciences, Florida International University
have started recruiting graduate students for Fall 2009. Two graduate
research assistantships in atmospheric sciences (MS or PH.D.) are
available. More information on our graduate program can be found at
http://www.fiu.edu/~geology/Content/AcademicPrograms/Graduate/graduateprograms.html
Interested applicants can contact Dr. Ping Zhu (zhup@fiu.edu).

Chinese Government Scholarship 2009

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Chinese Government Scholarship scheme is established by the Ministry of
Education of China (hereinafter referred to as MOE) inaccordance with
educational exchange agreements or understandingsreached between Chinese
government and governments of other countries,organizations, education
institutions and relevant internationalorganizations to provide both
full scholarships and partialscholarships to international students and
scholars. MOE entrusts China Scholarship Council (hereinafter referred
to as CSC)to handle the enrollment of international students and carry
out theroutine management of Chinese Government Scholarship Programs.

Categories of Applicants and Duration of Scholarship

Categories of Applicants

Duration of Major

Studies

Duration of Remedial

Chinese Language courses

Duration of

Scholarship

academic years

1

Undergraduates

4-5

1-2

4-7

2

Master degree students

2-3

1-2

2-5

3

Doctoral degree students

3-4

1-2

3-6

4

Chinese language students

1-2

none

Up to 2

5

General scholars

1

1

Up to 2

6

Senior scholars

1

1

Up to 2

1. Accordingto the regulation stipulated by MOE, all the
undergraduate programs areinstructed in Chinese. Applicants with no
command of Chinese aregenerally required to take Chinese language
courses for 1-2 yearsbefore starting their academic programs. Applicants
who apply for studyin science, engineering, agriculture, medicine
(western medicine),economics, management and law are required to take
Chinese languagecourses for 1 year. Applicants who apply for study in
literature,history, philosophy, and medicine (traditional Chinese
medicine,Chinese herb medicine) are required to take Chinese language
coursesfor 2 years.
2. Some courses setfor general scholars, senior scholars and
postgraduate students in someuniversities can be conducted in English.
Please refer to Directoryof Chinese Higher Institutions Admitting
International Students underChinese Government Scholarship Program and
Academic Programs or the website of CSC (http://www.csc.edu.cn/Lianhua)
for details.
3. Duration for scholarship specified at the time of admission can
NOT be extended in principle.
APPLICATION
The applicants shall apply to Chinese diplomaticmissions or the
competent authorities in their home countries betweenJanuary and April
every year. Applicants may refer to the relevant authorities for
details.
ELIGIBILITY
* Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens in good health.
* Education background and age limit:
* Applicantsfor undergraduate programs must have senior high school
diploma withgood academic performance and be under the age of 25.
* Applicants for master degree programs must have bachelor's
degree and be under the age of 35.
* Applicants for Doctoral degree programs must have master's
degree and be under the age of 40.
* Chinese language students must have senior high school diploma and
beunder the age of 35, will study Chinese language program in China.
* General scholar candidates must have completed at least two years
ofundergraduate studies and be under the age of 45, may study all
majorsbesides Chinese language.
* Senior scholar candidates must have master's degree or above,
or holdacademic titles of associate professor or above, and be under the
ageof 50.

DETAILS OF THE SCHOLARSHIP
The scholarships are divided into categories,

Full scholarship:

* Exempt from registration fee, tuitionfee, fee for laboratory
experiment, fee for internship, fee for basiclearning materials and
accommodation on campus;
* Living allowance;
* One-off settlement subsidy after registration;
* Fee for outpatient medical service, Comprehensive Medical
Insurance and Benefit Plan for International Students in China;
* One-off inter-city travel subsidy.

Note:

* Costs of the laboratory experiment or internship beyond the
university's arrangements should be born by the student himself.

* Feefor basic learning materials covers the necessary learning
materialsprescribed by the host institution, and other materials shall
be atself expenses.

* Monthly allowance is provided to students by the host institution
at the following rates (CNY Yuan per month):
* Undergraduates: CNY 1,400 Yuan
* Chinese language students: CNY 1,400 Yuan
* Master degree students, general scholars: CNY 1,700 Yuan
* Doctoral degree students, senior scholars: CNY 2,000 Yuan

* New students will get one-off settlement subsidy upon arrival in
China.
* CNY 1,000 Yuan for new students who will study in China up to six
months
* CNY 1,500 Yuan for new students who will study in China for one
academic year or more

* Fee for outpatient medical service refers to the outpatient expense
inthe institution's hospital or the hospitals entrusted by
theinstitution. The students should pay for a certain percentage
ofexpense in accordance with the institution's relevant regulations.

* Comprehensive Medical Insurance and Benefit Plan for International
Students in Chinais provided by MOE for the scholarship students in
China in case ofhospitalizing for serious diseases and accidental
injuries. Theinstitutions or the entrusted medical assistance agency
provideadvancement service for insurance expenses, and claim for
compensationwith relevant payment receipts from the insurance company
according tothe stipulated insurance articles. The claim of individual
student willnot be accepted by the insurance company.

* One-off inter-city travel ticket (each for coming-in and leaving
China)

* Scholarshipstudents are supposed to choose the nearest port to
their admittinginstitutions for inter-city travel and a hard-seat train
ticket(hard-berth train ticket for overnight trip) will be provided for
newscholarship students transferring from the port of entry
uponregistration to the city where the admitting institution or
Chineselanguage training institution, preparatory education institution
islocated, for students transferring from the Chinese language
traininginstitution or the preparatory education institution to the city
wherethe university for major study is located, and for
studentstransferring from the city where the institution is located to
thenearest port for departure upon graduation. Expenses for food
duringthe trip and excess of baggage should be self-afforded.

* International travel expenses

* MOEwill provide round-trip or one-way international air ticket
toscholarship students based on the reached agreements, and entrust CSC
totake charge of booking the most direct and economical international
airticket for the students between Beijing and their capitals. If
thestudents make a detour to China or return to their home countries,
theyshall afford the extra expenses. Expenses for the excess of
baggageshould be also self-afforded.

Etc, for detail of full scholarship please refer to website below

Partial scholarship

One or some items of the full scholarship (not including one-off
settlement subsidy and one-off inter-city travel allowance).
APPLICATION MATERIALS
The materials should reach CSC by April 30th 2009 via either theChinese
diplomatic mission in the applicant's home country or theembassy of
the applicant's home country in China. Individualapplications will
not be accepted by CSC. Application materials willnot be returned
regardless of the result of application.

CSC will send the List of Accepted Students, Admission Notice and Visa
Application Form for Study In China (JW201) to the relevant dispatching
authorities by July 31, who will forward the documents to the students.
FURTHER INFORMATION
For details please refer to www.en.csc.edu.cn

AGS Asian Graduate School of Chemistry and Material Sciences.

21.1.09 |

Assalamu'alaikum wr wb

FYI, bagi yang ingin melanjutkan postgraduate di Jepang dalam bidang
Chemistry, Material Sciences and related studies. Ada opening di Hokkaido
University dengan program AGS Asian Graduate School of Chemistry and
Material Sciences.
Informasi lebih lanjut di:
http://www.eng.hokudai.ac.jp/ags/index.html

Wassalam,
>>->>IZUL<<-<<$4+|~14<<
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Satria Zulkarnaen Bisri
Graduate Student
Low Temperature Condensed State Physics (Y. Iwasa Lab.)
Institute for Materials Research
Tohoku University, Japan
URL: http://www-lab.imr.tohoku.ac.jp/~satria/index.html

ADB - Japan Scholarship Program and Fulbright Presidential Scholarship

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ADB - Japan Scholarship Program, School of International Health University
of Tokyo University of
Tokyo

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) - Japan Scholarship Program (JSP) was established in April 1988 with financing from the Government of Japan. It aims to provide an opportunity for well-qualified citizens of ADB's developing member countries to pursue postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions in the Asian and Pacific Region. The ADB-JSP enrolls about 300 students annually in 20 academic institutions located in 10 countries within the Region.

School of International Health, University of Tokyo is one of institutions participating in this ADB-JSP scholarship program.

Below is one of programs offered :

* Master/Doctorate in Public Health (International Health)

SCHOLARSHIP DESCRIPTION

The ADB-JSP provides full scholarships for one to two years.

* full tuition fees
* a monthly subsistence and housing allowance
* an allowance for books and instructional materials
* medical insurance
* travel expenses

The scholarship is for one year with an extension to the second year of study, as appropriate, which shall be conditional on the scholar maintaining a satisfactory level of performance as determined by the institute. The maximum duration of scholarship award is two years for masters and doctorate programs.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

* A national of an ADB borrowing member country (applicants from countries that are no longer borrowing from ADB are not eligible for the ADB-JSP Scholarship).
* Gained admission to an approved post graduate course in any of the participating academic institutions. (School of International Health, University of Tokyo)
* A bachelor's degree or its equivalent with superior academic record.
* At least two (2) years of full-time professional working experience
* Proficiency in oral and written English communication skills to be able to pursue studies.
* Not more than 35 years old at the time of application.
* In good health.
* Should agree to return to his/her home county after completion of studies under the Program.
* Staff of participating academic institutions are not eligible for the Scholarship.
* Executive Directors, Alternate Directors, management and staff of ADB, consultants, and relatives of the aforementioned are not eligible for the Scholarship.
* Executive Directors, Alternate Directors, management and staff of the other international organizations are not eligible for the Scholarship.
* Applicants living or working in a country other than his/her home country are not eligible for the Scholarship.

Upon completion of their study programs, scholars are expected to contribute to the economic and social development of their home countries.
MORE INFORMATION

Prof. Masamine Jimba
Professor, Department of International Cummunity Health,
School of International Health,
Graduate School of Medicine
E-mail: adb@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp

7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo
113-0033, Japan
(Attn: Director, School of International Health) Graduate School of Medicine

Or you can also visit ADB- Japan Scholarship Program's website at www.adb.org/jsp for detail information about this program

The International Scholar Exchange Fellowship for the year 2009-2010: Korea Foundation

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Description:
The Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies The purpose of the
International Scholar Exchange Fellowship is to enhance international
exchange and cooperation in order to promote academic advancement and
mutual understanding among various cultural groups. To this end, the
Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies supports academically qualified
scholars who wish to conduct advanced research at leading universities
or research institutions in Korea.

Fields of Research

* Humanities and social sciences
* Energy related fields: petrochemical engineering and related fields
* Information science and technology: electrical engineering,
telecommunications, computer science and related fields
* Life Science

Number of Supported Fellows

* Approximately 50 fellows per year Qualifications
* University faculty members and institution researchers from
Asian countries
* Those who are 50 years of age or younger, as of submission deadline
* Those who have a doctoral degree

Application Materials

* Application form (Online application)
* Statement of Proposed Activity
* Three letters of recommendation (form provided by the Foundation)
* Typical research performance: 2 books, or 2 research papers, or
1 book and 1 research paper

Details of Financial Support

* 2,200,000 won per month (26,400,000 won per year)
* 1,000,000 won after successfully submitting a final research
paper at the end of the fellowship period
* Initial settlement support: 1,000,000 won (one time payment)
* Round trip airfare
* Medical insurance
o National health insurance upon request
o Overseas traveller's insurance

Schedule

* Application deadline: February 14, 2009
* Announcement of results: March 31, 2009

Contact:
The Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies 678-39,
Yoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu
Seoul 135-915, Korea
Tel : 82-2-557-5681
Fax : 82-2-557-5684
Email: isef@kfas.or.kr
Web: http://www.kfas.or.kr

Info beasiswa lainnya di:
http://intscholarships.com/s/the-international-scholar-exchange-fellowship-year-2009-2010-foundation

ITTO Fellowship Programme

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http://www.itto.or.jp/live/PageDisplayHandler?pageId=171

ITTO offers fellowships through the Freezailah Fellowship Fund to
promote human resource development and to strengthen professional
expertise in member countries in tropical forestry and related
disciplines. The goal is to promote the sustainable management of
tropical forests, the efficient use and processing of tropical timber,
and better economic information about the international trade in
tropical timber.

As of December 2006, the Programme, which began in 1989, has enabled
more than 900 young and mid-career people from over 40 countries
working for government, research institutions, civil society and the
private sector to pursue their professional development and improve
their career prospects. The total value of fellowships awarded to date
amounts to about US$5.2 million; the Programme supports mainly
short-term activities, such as participation in international
conferences, training courses and study tours, but also helps people
to prepare manuals and monographs and provides small grants for
post-graduate study.

Scholarships for Developing Countries in Switzerland 2009

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The Sawiris Scholarships promote doctoral research for the benefit of
developing countries. The projects have to be innovative and develop a
method or product, which is directly relevant for improving the
livelihoods of poor people in developing countries.

The application procedure varies depending on the relationship that
the doctoral candidate has with the ETH Zurich.

Criteria for candidates without link to the ETH Zurich

Eligibility

To be admitted to the selection process, the application has to fulfil
the following requirements:

The candidate

* Preference will be given to citizens of least developed
countries and other low-income countries according to the OECD
classification.
* The entrance requirements for doctoral studies at the ETH Zurich
have to be fulfilled.
http://www.rektorat.ethz.ch/doctorate/application/who/index_EN
* Experience in the selected research area is required.

The research project

* The proposal is of high scientific quality.
* The research topic is innovative and relevant for development.
* The ecological, socio-economic and cultural context has been
taken into account.
* Reasonable results can be expected in the given timeframe.
* The expected impact of the research is high for the intended target group.

The partnership

1. Projects involving a research partner from a developing country
have to be based on the KFPE principles.
2. All partners have been involved in project formulation and development.
3. All partners make a substantial in-kind or cash commitment.
4. The project is integrated into the general activities of the
involved institutions.
5. Preference will be given to projects with partners in least
developed countries and other low-income countries according to the
OECD classification.

Application procedure

For candidates who do not yet have a supervisor at the ETH Zurich the
application procedure consists of two steps.

First step – The candidate has to submit a concept note (details see
below) to the North-South Centre. The deadline for submitting concept
notes is June 30. In case that a suitable supervisor at the ETH Zurich
can be identified and that he/she is ready to accept the candidate as
a doctoral student, the supervisor can submit the full proposal.

Second step – Full proposals can be submitted to the North-South
Centre by the supervising ETH professor once a year. The deadline is
February 15 of the subsequent year.

Concept note

* The proposed research has to be concerned with the development
of a method or product, which is directly relevant to poor people in
developing countries.
* The research topic has to be within the thematic scope of ETH Zurich.
* A potential research group at the ETH Zurich, where the proposed
research could be embedded, has to be identified.
http://www.ethz.ch/research/index_EN
* The CV of the candidate and three references have to be provided.
* The research outline should not exceed 3000 characters (with spaces).
* Relevant own publications or relevant earlier activities by the
candidate should be indicated.

Full proposal

A scholarship of CHF 150'000 can be granted per proposal for a period
of three years. The application in electronic form has to be submitted
by the professor of the ETH Zurich who has accepted to supervise the
candidate. The proposal of maximum 15 pages has to include the
following information:

Proposal

Cover page including executive summary
Clearly defined and justified objectives
Problem definition, state of research (own and others) and references
(to be included into appendix)
Project description, hypotheses, innovativeness of the research,
research methodology, and corresponding logical framework matrix.
Description of the institutional framework and partnership, explaining
the contribution of all involved partners (if applicable)
Supervision and backstopping
Work plan with milestones
Critical assessment of chances and risks
Expected results and strategy for their implementation (method or
product to be developed and its relevance to end users)
Detailed budget for each year of the scholarship, differentiating all
funding sources including those of the ETH chair and partner
contributions (financial or in-kind)

Appendix

* Letters of support from all involved partner institutions
* Motivation letter with career intentions of the candidate
* CV of the candidate with references
* List of 5 independent reviewers
* Personal references

Selection procedure and reporting

* The proposals will first be reviewed by independent scientists
of the relevant field and then evaluated by the expanded subcommittee
grants of the North-South Centre as specified in the contract with the
Sawiris Foundation.
* The candidates of all accepted projects will be informed about
the contractual requirements and reporting procedures (technical and
financial).

Further Scholarship Infomation and Information
http://www.northsouth.ethz.ch/services/funding/sawiris

Informasi selengkapnya:
http://intscholarships.com/s/scholarships-developing-countries-2009

Summer Studentship at CERN

12.1.09 |

Studentships in Summer (Non Member State Nationals)

A limited number of studentships during the summer period are
available. Full CERN financial support is offered to students in
physics and engineering fields who are nationals of countries that are
not Member States of CERN.
Students will join in the day-to-day work of research teams
participating in experiments at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.

Un nombre très limité de stages sont disponible pendant la période
d'été. Le CERN accueille et finance entièrement des étudiants qui se
spécialisent en physique ou sciences de l'ingénieur et qui sont
ressortissants des pays non Membres de l'Organisation.Les étudiants
sélectionnés auront une opportunité unique de participer au travail
quotidien des différents groupes de recherche impliqués dans les
expériences conduites au CERN, à Genève en Suisse.

The deadline for this application is fixed on 13 February 2009!

La date limite d'envoi des candidatures est fixée au 13 février 2009!

https://ert.cern.ch/browse_www/wd_pds?p_web_site_id=1&p_web_page_id=6681&p_no_apply=&p_show=N

Haryo's Note: Member States adalah negara-negara yang menjadi anggota
resmi CERN. Daftar lengkapnya bisa dicek di entri wikipedia tentang
CERN (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CERN).

Beasiswa di Cambridge

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PhD Studentships in Statistics
Vacancy Reference No: LF04227

Limit of tenure applies*

Applications are invited for PhD studentships in Statistics, to be
held in the Statistical Laboratory. The Studentships are associated
with the Cambridge Statistics Initiative which is targeted at the
development of novel statistical methodology, both generic and in
specific application areas. Information about the Laboratory can be
found at www.statslab.cam.ac.uk .

The studentships will provide funding to cover fees at the home/EU
rate. Additional funding for fees for those paying the overseas arts
rate could be available and will be assessed competitively. A stipend
will be paid of at least the equivalent to the national minimum
(£13290 for the academic year 2009/10) for a minimum period of 3 years.

Supervision, along with research training tailored to the needs of the
student, will be provided by the Laboratory. Research interests of
academic staff can be found here .

Applicants must qualify for admission to the PhD course at the
University of Cambridge. They should normally hold (or expect to be
awarded) a first class UK honours degree or equivalent and a
postgraduate qualification in Mathematics or Statistics.

Initial enquiries, which should include a curriculum vitae and an
indication of possible research topics, should be directed to
Professor A.P. Dawid.

* Limit of tenure: 3 years

Closing date: 31 January 2009.

Beasiswa S3 di Delf Netherlands

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Post-doc positions
in
Quantum Information Processing
with Superconducting Circuits

In Delft we have developed superconducting flux quantum bits. These nanofabricated qubits behave as quantum two-level systems, their coherence time can be micro­seconds while they can be operated in nanoseconds. Very recently we have developed dispersive readout that allows quantum non-demolition measurement. We also very recently have realized a controlled-NOT gate for two qubits. However, many fundamental questions remain to be answered and many practical aspects need improvement. In the near future we will improve control of the qubits and study entanglement and temporal correlations, back-action of the measurement process, interaction with a harmonic oscillator, the optimal lay-out for a practical multi-qubit quantum information processor. We also want to investigate new designs such as the phase-slip qubit.

Our team at present consists of three senior investigators Hans Mooij, Kees Harmans and Ad Verbruggen (materials aspects), two post-docs and four PhD students. We are part of the Quantum Transport Group where also quantum dot spin qubits and nano­wires are investigated. We are members of the FOM concentration group Delft-Leiden on Solid State Quantum Information and the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience. In the EU-supported integrated project EuroSQIP we collaborate intensively with European groups. Within EuroSQIP we have three post-doc positions available.

We are interested in candidates with experience in experimental research on low temperature solid state nanocircuits, quantum optics or trapped atoms/ions, with an interest in nanofabrication. We may consider hiring a theory post-doc with strong interest in experimental manipulation and measurement, for a limited period. The main focus for a new post-doc will be defined in accordance with his/her interest and the needs of the project.

Information is available on the QT website http://kavli.nano.tudelft.nl, from Kees Harmans (c.j.p.m.harmans@tudelft.nl, tel. +31 15 2785195) and from Hans Mooij (j.e.mooij@tudelft.nl, tel. +31 15 2786153).

Applications should be addressed to
prof. J.E. Mooij
Kavli Institute of Nanoscience
DelftUniversityof Technology
2628 CJ Delft , The Netherlands
j.e.mooij@tudelft.nl

PhD/Postdoc position available

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Dear Colleague,

In my newly started group at the University of Geneva I have vacancies
at the PhD/Postdoc level to work on graphene nano-electronics and on
organic single-crystal devices. I would greatly appreciate if you
could inform any potentially interested candidates in you group, and
if you could post the announcement in the attached file in your
department.

I take this occasion to send you my new contact details in Geneva, which are:

Prof. A. Morpurgo
Department of Condensed Matter Physics and
Group of Applied Physics
University of Geneva
Quai Ernest-Ansermet 24
CH1211 Geneva 4
Switzerland
Tel: 0041 (0)22 3793574
FAX: 0041 (0)22 3796869
Email: Alberto.Morpurgo@unige.ch

Thank you in advance for your help and kind regards.

Alberto Morpurgo

Post doctoral position in microbiology

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We invite applications for a one-year postdoctoral research position in the field of microbiology, genetic and phenotypic biodiversity, in the CIRM-BIA (International Centre of Microbial resources) in Rennes, France.
The CIRM-BIA of Rennes is dedicated to the preservation, identification, characterisation, and distribution of bacteria of food interest. It is located in the laboratory for Science and Technology of Milk and Egg within the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA).

The specific project aims at determining phenotypic and genetic diversity in a collection of bacteria, in relation with their application as cheese starters. This project is funded for 1 year by private funds.
We seek candidates with Ph.D. and experience in the field of microbiology and molecular biology. Prior experience in Multilocus sequence typing (MLST) would be appreciated.
Duration: 1 year, from March 2009 to February 2010.
Salary: 26 000 ¤
Applicants should submit their CV (including names and contact details of referees), by email to: Florence Valence-Bertel: florence.valence-bertel@rennes.inra.fr or Dr. Anne Thierry: anne.thierry@rennes.inra.fr




Details regarding the Institute and the place
INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research) http://www.international.inra.fr/the_institute
Research Division: Division Microbiology and the Food Chain (MICA, for MIcrobiologie et Chaîne Alimentaire, in French).
Research Unit: UMR1253 Science and Technology of Milk and Egg (STLO), INRA, Rennes, France, Head : Sylvie Lortal

The city of Rennes is located in northwest France, in east of Brittany. The total population of the area is ~200 000, with at least a quarter of the population made up of students. The city is classified as a city of art and history. Rennes is connected to the high speed TGV rail network from both Paris (two-hour travel) and Lille. Rennes does have its own airport (Rennes-St. Jacques).

Beasiswa Sampoerna dan Rio Tinto

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PT. Rio Tinto Indonesia in collaboration with Sampoerna Foundation
provides one (1) qualified individual with the opportunity to pursue a
Master's degree in Science, Social Science or Commerce at the University
of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia.

Upon completing the program, scholar is under a (n+1) binding program
with PT. Rio Tinto Indonesia, where n = the number of years receiving
the scholarship grant. The scholar must apply their knowledge and
contribute significantly to PT. Rio Tinto Indonesia for (n+1) year.

Application deadline is January 30, 2009.

Basic Eligibility

Applicant must satisfy ALL of the following conditions:

* Indonesian citizen who is under 35 years of age when lodging the
application.
* Hold a local Bachelor's degree from any discipline with a
minimum Grade Point Average of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale).
* Have a minimum of two-year full-time professional work
experience after the completion of the undergraduate degree.
* Submit the required English language requirement (TOEFL/ IELTS)
and the Graduate Admission Test as required by each program, after the
applicant is selected as the scholarship finalists:

- International TOEFL with a minimum score of 577 (PBT) or 233
(CBT) or 90 (IBT), OR

- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) of
minimum 6.5

* Adhere with the scholarship rules and regulations, particularly
in the (n+1) binding program with PT. Rio Tinto Indonesia.
* Currently did not enroll in graduate or post-graduate program,
or obtained a Master's degree or equivalent.
* Did not enroll or graduate from an overseas tertiary
institution, unless was on a full scholarship.
* Do not receive other equivalent award or scholarship offering
similar or other benefits at the time of the award.
* Demonstrate that without the scholarship, applicant is not able
to afford an Overseas Graduate Program.

Scholarship Value

The scholarship's worth is approximately AUD 68,000.- depending on the
program's fee, for the duration of study. This covers the following:

* Graduate Admission Test and TOEFL/ IELTS reimbursement, one time
only, based on original invoice, for the test taken no more than 6
months prior to the scholarship application;
* University application fee;
* Student visa application fee;
* Return airfares from Jakarta to Sydney
* Tuition fees, for the duration of study;
* Living allowance, to support living costs during period of
study;
* Literature allowance, to purchase textbooks required for study.

How to Apply?

Download the application package (application, reference and health
information forms) at
http://www.sampoernafoundation.org/content/view/1334/139/lang,en, or
obtained it from:

Sampoerna Foundation

Sampoerna Strategic Square

North Tower, 26th - 27th Floor

Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kavling 45

Jakarta 12930

When submitting the application package, please write "Rio Tinto-S2" at
the top right hand corner of the envelope. Sampoerna Foundation will
consider the completed applications and will notify the short-listed
applicants to attend the continuing stages of the selection process.

Interested applicants who meet the requirements must complete and return
the application package by the deadline (January 30, 2009) to Sampoerna
Foundation office. E-mail applications will not be considered.

Further Information

Prospective applicants are advised to directly contact the University of
New South Wales (UNSW) directly or Australian Education Center (AEC) to
find out about the admission process and requirements for an enrolment.

Applicants' inquiries about the scholarship (requirements, conditions,
coverage, etc.) should be directed to Sampoerna Foundation (62 21
5772340/ ella.cecilia@sampoernafoundation.org).

Shell Centenary Scholarship 2009

7.1.09 |

http://www.shellscholar.org/students/index.html

Information for the Academic Year starting 2009 now posted.

The courses which are eligible for Shell Centenary, Shell Centenary Chevening and Royal Dutch Shell Centenary Scholarships are within the broad categories of Applied Sciences and Technology, Environmental Sciences, Business Management, Law and Economics. Specific disciplines and subjects vary from one university to another. You should check which courses are available at each university. Courses can also vary from one year to another so there is no guarantee that the same course will be available each year.

Info Beasiswa S1 (undergraduate) S2 (master) S3 (doktor, phd) diploma scholarship 2009 Korean Government Scholarship Program for Undergraduate Studen

6.1.09 |

Info Beasiswa S1 (undergraduate) S2 (master) S3 (doktor, phd) diploma scholarship

2009 Korean Government Scholarship Program for Undergraduate Students

Info Beasiswa S1 (undergraduate) S2 (master) S3 (doktor, phd) diploma scholarship

2009 Korean Government Scholarship Program for Undergraduate Students

1. Qualifications

Prospective applicant must meet the following qualification criteria :

(1) Applicants should be a
citizen of the country to which this scholarship program is offered. (including applicant’s parents)


Applicants should not be a
holder of Korean citizenship.

(2) Applicants should be under 25 years of age as of March 1, 2009.

(3) Have an
adequate health, both physically and mentally.

※ Persons who are pregnant or
having severe illness may not apply.

(4) Have finished
or be scheduled to finish formal education of elementary, middle, high school
outside of Korea
as of March 1, 2009.

(5) Possess a grade point average (G.P.A.) above 80%
from the last educational institution attended or have earned top 10% of G.P.A.
among classmates.

(6) Not at any
time have received a Korean government scholarship for his/her undergraduate
study before.

(7) Not have
enrolled in an undergraduate course in Korea before.

(8) Preferential selection for applicants who are good at Korean or English.
2. Scholarship
Payment

(1) Scholarship Period

ㅇ 1 year of Korean language
course and 4 years of undergraduate degree Course



(2) Scholarship
Benefits

① Airplane ticket or airfare :
The grantees will receive an airplane ticket or be paid an economy class
airfare of the shortest route between their country and Korea when they come to
Korea, and, thereafter, when the grantees leave Korea after the completion of their
study.

※ NIIED does not compensate fees for the domestic travel both in the grantee’s
country and Korea.

※ Airfare for entry into Korea
will not be provided to a grantee who already arrived and has been staying
in Korea as of the confirmation date of selection of scholarship students.

② Monthly Allowance : 800,000 won per month

③ Tuitions (an entrance fee and a registration fee) : The
full entrance fee are exempted by the host institution. The full tuition is
exempted by NIIED.

④ Settlement Allowance : 200,000 won upon arrival

⑤ Repatriation Allowance : 100,000 won upon completion of
studies

⑥ Korean Language Training
Expenses : The full costs up to 1 year (NIIED pays directly to the entrusted
language training institution)

⑦ Medical Insurance: The grantees will be provided with
health insurance during the period of their study program in Korea for major
accidents and illnesses. (The medical fee will be reimbursed through the
insurance company to the grantee after he/she pays first)

※ NIIED does not compensate fees for insurance of traveling to and from
Korea.

⑧ Any grantee who gives up one’s study during the
scholarship period will not receive airfare and allowance for
repatriation except for the cases approved by NIIED such as severance of
diplomatic relations, war or other natural disasters.

※ Any grantee who quits the
program in 3 months after one’s entrance into Korea, should refund all
scholarship fees(The airfare of arriving Korea, settlement allowance, monthly
allowance, Korean language training expenses, etc.).

3. Submission of Required Documents



(1) Place of
Submission: Documents must be submitted to the Korean Embassy or Consulate in
the country of origin.

(2) Deadline of
Submission: The date set by the Korean Embassy or Consulate in the country of
origin.

(3) Documents to be submitted

① One completed application form (on the prescribed
form)

② Two 4cm x 5cm color photos

③ One Copy of a high school diploma

④ One Copy of a high school grade transcript

⑤ Two recommendation letters (from the applicant's teacher
or principle of the school, academic advisor or the relevant chief of the
organization)

⑥ One Self-introduction Essay (on the prescribed form)

⑦ One NIIED Pledge (on the prescribed form)

⑧ One Study Plan (on a
prescribed form)

⑨ One personal medical
assessment (on a prescribed form)

⑩ One Certificate of Health authorized
by a doctor (only for those candidates who are filtered and recommended by Korean Embassy or Consulate)

⑪ One copy of a certificate of Korean proficiency or English
proficiency (only applicable to those who have, In 2 years after he/she took
the test)

⑫ The certificates of a
citizenship of the applicant and one’s parents if the applicant is a Korean abroad.

Application form bisa didownload di website ini:
http://www.niied.go.kr/
Informasi lebih lanjut bisa menghubungi:
1. kedutaan RI di Indonesia
Jl. Jenderal Gatot Subroto 57, Jakarta Timur
Telepon : (021) 520-1915
Fax
: (021) 525-4159

2. The National Institute for International Education (NIIED)

Mailing Address : #205, Dongsung-dong 181,
Jongno-gu, Seoul, 110-810, Republic of Korea

Website : ① http://yoohak.niied.go.kr → Korean Government Scholarship Program → FAQ

② http://www.niied.go.kr → News

ㅇ Phone : +82-2-3668-1355

+82-2-3668-1356

+82-2-3668-1357

Fax : +82-2-743-4992

E-mail : edukor@mest.go.kr

gukje@mest.go.kr

hongbo@mest.go.kr

Government of India Scholarships

5.1.09 |

Government of India Scholarships:

General Cultural Scholarship Scheme(GCSS)
Government of India, through the General Cultural Scholarship Scheme (GCSS)
administered by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), has
announced the grant of 28 scholarships for Indonesian students and 2
scholarships for students from Timor Leste for the academic year
2009-2010 in the fields of Arts, Architecture, Literature, Commerce and
Science and degree courses in Engineering, Pharmacy and Agriculture.
The scholarships are also extended for doctoral and post doctoral
courses.

Interested and eligible candidates may download the Application Form,
General Instructions to applicants and Instructions to Candidates for
filling the Application Form. The last date for receiving application
forms duly completed in all respects in 6 (six) copies along with all
supporting documents is27thJanuary, 2009. All candidates will be required to appear in a test in the English language which will be held on 6th February, 2009 at 10.30 am.

Candidates applying from Sumatera may send their applications to:
Shri M.L. Chhabra
Consul General
CONSULATE GENERAL OF INDIA – MEDAN
19, Jl. Uskup Agung A. Sugiopranoto
Medan 20152, Sumatera Utara
Ph. 061-4531308, 4556452

http://www.embassyofindiajakarta.org/

UNU International Course from 11 May through 19 June 2009: Application Deadline 31 Jan 2009

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United Nations University (UNU) will organize the tenth regular session of its six-week UNU International Course at UNU Centre in Tokyo, Japan, from 11 May through 19 June 2009.

The UNU International Courses (UNU/IC) are organized annually for a select group of postgraduate students and professionals in various occupations (from multidisciplinary educational background including environmental sciences) who wish to pursue careers in international fields in public-service or private organizations, including the United Nations, multinational corporations and non-governmental organizations, as well as national foreign service organizations. The courses are designed to provide analyses of global issues from both theoretical and empirical perspectives.

UNU/IC consists of a compulsory Core course (UN System: Pressing Issues and Sustainable Solutions) and optional Courses (Students are allowed to choose one or two courses from - Peace and Human Rights; Global Change and Sustainability; International Development and Cooperation). The courses are offered by international faculty and English will be used as instruction language.

Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to find appropriate funding from potential sources. Limited numbers of fellowships (both full and partial) are also available to assist very few outstanding candidates from developing countries.

For information on courses organized in the previous years as well as for detailed information (brochure, application form etc) please visit http://www.unu.edu/ic/. If you have further questions, please contact: Ms. Wilma James through e-mail: james@hq.unu.edu.
The deadline for applications is 31 January 2009.

For wider circulation, you are kindly requested to put up this information on your institution's bulletin/notice board and share through print and e-newsletters, e-mail groups, relevant networks etc. Please feel free to pass this message to professional colleagues and friends who may wish to benefit from this opportunity.
Best wishes for the happy new year - 2009,

Akhilesh

Two Year Postgraduate Scholarship in Emotionally Intelligent ICTs for Social Innovation

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Two Year Postgraduate Scholarship in Emotionally Intelligent ICTs for Social
Innovation

School of Business
La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

As part of an Open Innovation Research Program with global electronics
corporation NEC Japan, Masters by Research scholarships are available for
deserving candidates.

* Background*

Sensemaking is an emerging paradigm for understanding social dynamics in
organisations. It postulates that the process of translating the personal
interpretation, knowledge or meaning into a specific behaviour, decision or
action is moderated by interaction of an individual's rational with their
affective characteristics. It proposes to significantly alter the analysis
and interpretation of data about people, internet users and employees in an
organisation. In general, emotional systems in humans influence many
cognitive processes including decision making, focus and attention, goal
generation and categorization, all of which are important for design of
human-centred intelligent systems.

In this context, ICTs which form an integral part of organisations can be
used as effective tools for social innovation. It is envisaged that
emotionally
intelligent ICTs would play a pivotal role in design of sustainable
organisations in the 21st century by improving the quality of life at work
(e.g., through design of emotionally cohesive and culturally fit teams)
and at home, by provision of emotionally intelligent health care and health
promotion systems (especially for the elderly) to help control spiraling
health care costs, and by facilitating travel and e-tourism through
emotionally intelligent e-tourism systems.

The postgraduate students will be expected to work on the following research
projects

1. Human-centred intelligent system for constructing emotionally cohesive
and culturally fit teams.
2. Emotionally intelligent persuasive dialog system for health promotion.

3. Emotionally intelligent health care (nurse) robot for pre and
post-operative care.
4. Emotionally Intelligent e-tourism system for holiday destination
planning and sight seeing.

The postgraduate students will be supervised by a research team consisting
of researchers from La Trobe university and NEC Corp., Japan. The research
team is headed by La Trobe's Associate Prof. Rajiv Khosla. An annual stipend
of up to AUD 25,000 per annum for 2 years is available from Jan 2009 for
deserving candidates. The annual stipend includes a research internship for
6 months each year (i.e., in 2009 and 2010) at NEC's technologically
advanced research lab in Japan.

*Eligibility Requirements:*

The prospective candidate must have completed a four-year undergraduate
degree in Information Systems, Computer Science or equivalent with an
average of 80% or above. Interested candidates can contact Associate
Prof. Rajiv Khosla (r.khosla@latrobe.edu.au ) directly with your CV,
academic transcripts, .and relevant R&D experience. The candidates must also
include a covering letter with a brief description outlining the research
project they are interested in and relevant skills for the project.

Knowledge in areas like emotional intelligence, natural language processing,
affective computing and human-centred e-tourism would be a benefit.

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