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Chinese Government Scholarship 2009

24.2.09 |

The Chinese Government Scholarship is a full
scholarship set up by the Ministry of Education of China to enable
foreign students to study in China. The purpose of the scholarship is
to encourage and support international educational exchanges, and to
establish internationally first-class Chinese universities.
Exemption from registration fees, tuition fees, cost of basic learning materials and accommodation;
Living allowance issued monthly by XMU to each scholarship student: (RMB)
Master’s students: 1,700 RMB per month Doctoral students: 2,000 RMB per month
One-off settlement subsidy: 1500RMB per person
Comprehensive medical insurance: 600RMB/per year
Eligibility: Full-time master’s
and doctoral candidates abroad starting in the 2009 academic year. The
scholarship is not open for foreign students who have already started
their degree courses in China.
Programme start: September 2009
Scholarship duration:
2-3 years for master’s programmes,
3-4 years for doctoral programmes,
(1 year Chinese language foundation studies)
Note:More information please visit http://www.csc.edu.cn/Lianhua/f9468b6741a04dcfa4adb7778ba53081.shtml

Xiamen University (XMU) Scholarship is a national key
university affiliated to the Ministry of Education. XMU is to begin
independent enrolment of foreign students under this scholarship as
from the beginning of the 2009 academic year. Welcome foreign students
to apply for the bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral programmes, whether
taught in English or in Chinese.
Recipients will have their tuition fees covered,
Eligibility: Full-time bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral candidates starting in 2009 academic year.
Programme start: September 2009
Scholarship duration:
4-5years for undergraduate programmes,
2-3years for master’s programmes,
3 years for doctoral programmes,
The recipients’ academic performance will be assessed each year and
only those achieving the required standard will have their scholarship
renewed for the following year.

XMU Scholarship: Application Form for International Students XMU, Application Form for Xiamen University Scholarship, completed in Chinese or English.
2. Chinese Government Scholarship: Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship, in one original and one photocopy, completed in Chinese or in English.
Application time for Chinese Government Scholarship: Feb.15-April 30th, 2009
Application time for Xiamen University Scholarship : Feb.15-July 15th, 2009
Further Scholarship Information and Application

Beasiswa luar negeri di UCL Inggris

11.2.09 |

UCL RESEARCH Department of Epidemiology AND public Health
DIVISION OF POPULATION HEALTH


HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (Ref 402)

Applications are sought for a health psychology postdoctoral scientist to work on a research programme on psychological aspects of coronary heart disease funded by the British Heart Foundation in the Psychobiology Group (http://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychobiology/). Applicants should have a PhD in quantitative health psychology and appropriate research experience. The core attributes will be research ability and an interest in cardiovascular health psychology. Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills, experience of writing reports and publications, project management, quantitative research and statistical skills in SPSS are all essential qualities required. The post is initially funded until 31st December 2010, so provides an excellent opportunity for a health psychologist to develop a sustained research career within a multidisciplinary group in a strongly research-orientated academic department. Starting salary (UCL Grade 7): up to
£32,485 per annum (inclusive of £2,781 per annum London Allowance). The minimum starting salary is £31,620 per annum (inclusive of £2,781 per annum London Allowance).

Application forms at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs or from f.bortolotti@ucl.ac.uk, 020 7679 1681. Full details below. Applications to Ms Bortolotti, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, UCL, 1-19 Torrington Place, London WC1E 6BT. Closing date: Midday, Friday 13th March 2009.

Taking Action for Equality

UCL RESEARCH Department of Epidemiology AND public Health
DIVISION OF POPULATION HEALTH

Beasiswa JFCC untuk belajar di School for Broadcast Media

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School for Broadcast Media (SBM) adalah tempat pelatihan broadcast yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan
ketrampilan para praktisi media penyiaran di seantero Indonesia pada
semua aspek penyiaran terutama jurnalismenya dan meningkatkan kapasitas
serta profesionalisme mereka.

SBM memiliki beberapa program pelatihan diantaranya Pelatihan Jurnalisme TV, Pelatihan Jurnalisme Radio, News Presenter, Writing for Media, CameraWork, Avid Adrenaline Editing, Avid Xpress Editing dan Radio Announcer.

JFCC (Jakarta Foreign Correspondents Club)yang merupakan organisasi jurnalis internasional memberikan beasiswa bagi individu yang berminat dalam bidang jurnalisme khususnya jurnalisme TV. JFCC telah memberikan beasiswa untuk 4 peserta pada tahun 2007 dan 2008. Tahun ini JFCC kembali memberikan beasiswa bagi 3 orang untuk mengikuti Pelatihan Jurnalisme TV tingkat dasar di School for Broadcast Media. Keterangan mengenai JFCC dapat dilihat di www.jfcc.info

Informasi lebih lengkap mengenai beasiswa dapat dilihat di www.broadcast-edu.or.id atau langsung menghubungi:

School for Broadcast Media
Jl. Utan Kayu 68 AB
Komunitas Utan Kayu
Jakarta Timur, Indonesia 13120
P: +6221 857 6847, 8576850
F: +6221 857 6843

Best regards,
Irma F.L. Doloksaribu
ICAAP IX Secretariat
www.icaap9.org

Beasiswa ADS Tahun Ini

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recently added scholarship :
Please go to ads website :
Sekedar info, pengumumannya sudah bisa dilihat di webnya ADS
http://adsindonesia.or.id/

international scholarship for bachelor degree

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International Scholarship for Bachelor of Science in Textile Engineering, Biella campus, Italy

Call for Applications for the 2009/2010 Academic Year

The project offers international students the possibility to receive a scholarship and other benefits to graduate from the Politecnico di Torino attending a Bachelor of Science (BS) program in Textile Engineering at the Biella campus.

The initiative is promoted by the Politecnico di Torino and is supported by Camera di Commercio di Biella, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Biella and Unione Industriale Biellese.

General information on the Bachelor of Science in Textile Engineering program

Location: Biella (Città Studi university campus)

Language in which the courses are held: English

Length: 3 years

The activities will begin in September 2009.

For more information on the Biella university campus, please visit the Città Studi website.

Requirements
Having not Italian citizenship or being an Italian citizen who has obtained a secondary school diploma abroad
Being at least 18 years old (by 01/09/2009)
Meeting the minimum requirements for the admission to Italian university. For further information, please visit the Entry requirements page.
In the countries where it is required, having successfully passed the state-level university admission exam (e.g. Gao Kao in China)
Knowledge of the English language, preferably demonstrated by an international certification (students who do not provide such certification may be asked to conduct a telephone interview to test their knowledge of English)
Not having enrolled in a Bachelor of Science program of the Politecnico di Torino before the 2009/2010 academic year
Not being the recipient of other scholarships, Italian or foreign.

Scholarships

Selection criteria

Applicants will be selected based on their previous academic career and on their Curriculum Vitae.

Amount of the scholarship
The gross amount of the Biella Campus scholarship is 10.000 Euro per year (30.000 Euro for the complete period). The exact net sum is dependent upon the individual tax conditions of each student, which can be verified only upon the arrival of the student.
The amount of the scholarship will not be increased in case the student will need more time to graduate than indicated.
The allocation of the scholarship is dependent upon the submission, within 10 days from the arrival in Italy of the student, of the original documentation, which must correspond with the documentation attached to the online form (see the “Selection outcomes” section below).
Payment of the scholarship occurs periodically. The first instalment is dependent upon the possession of the relevant documentation (residence permit, Italian fiscal code, and bank account in the name of the scholarship recipient), all obtainable upon arrival in Italy; for this reason, the first instalment is not paid at the moment of arrival at the Politecnico di Torino, but in the course of the following months (most probably November).

Requirements to maintain the scholarship
Given that it is not possible to combine the benefits received from more than one scholarship, students who are assigned another study grant while receiving the Biella Campus scholarship must promptly notify the Politecnico di Torino.
Payment of the scholarship will be suspended if the academic performance of the recipient does not meet a satisfactory level.

How to apply

To apply, students must, under the penalty of being excluded from the selection process:

COMPLETE THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
Deadlines:

application deadline: 8 p.m. (Italian time) on March 22nd, 2009.
Method: fill in the online application form by first registering and providing your biographical information, logging in and choosing your level and degree program, and subsequently submitting the application. Students must also provide information on their previous educational career, language abilities and work experience, and they must attach the necessary documentation in pdf format. After having completed these steps, the application for a scholarship will be considered complete.

N.B. The scholarship or project for which the applicant is eligible is not specified in the application form, since the Politecnico will automatically assess your eligibility for the Biella Campus scholarship based on the information you provide. At the end of the selection process, the Politecnico di Torino will inform you if you have been selected for a Biella Campus scholarship (see the “Selection outcomes” section below).

The following documentation must be attached in pdf format to the online application form:
Secondary School Diploma*
For students from the countries where it is required, a certificate showing that the state-level university admission exam (e.g. Gao Kao in China) has been passed**
For students from a national school system in which preuniversity education lasts for less than 12 years: a transcript that demonstrates that all the exams in the student’s program of study have been passed (1 or 2 years, depending on whether the national school system lasts for 11 or 10 years, respectively) OR, for students who have enrolled in a post-secondary institution, a certificate that demonstrates the attainment of a post-diploma degree
Curriculum Vitae, dated and signed (in English if possible) - maximum 3 pages
Letters of reference (optional - 2 maximum)
A personal introduction letter (written by the applicant)
Optional English language certificate

The above documents must be rendered in English (preferably), Italian, French, or Spanish.

* Applicants who have not yet obtained a diploma by March 22nd, 2009 must in any case submit their application within the said deadline; after this date, they will be allowed to re-enter the application form only to attach the document and fill in the fields relating to the diploma up until July 15th.

** Applicants who have not yet obtained such a certificate by March 22nd, 2009 must in any case submit their application within the said deadline; after this date, they will be allowed to re-enter the application form only to attach this document and fill in the fields relating to the national state-level university admission exam up until July 15th.

We emphasise that the data shown in the documents must coincide with those inserted in the online application form. Moreover, failure to attach even one of the above documents will result in exclusion from the selection process.

German Studies: PhD / MA Student, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

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Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2009 12:20:23
From: S.J. Hannahs [s.j.hannahs@ncl.ac.uk]
Subject: German Studies: PhD / MA Student, Newcastle University, United
Kingdom

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Institution/Organization: Newcastle University
Department: School of Modern Languages
Web Address: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/sml

Level: PhD

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
German Studies

Description:

Ph.D. and Master Scholarships in German Studies at Newcastle University

For the coming academic session (2009-10), the School of Modern Languages at
Newcastle University invites applications for Masters and Ph.D. awards. A
variety of
bursaries are available for UK, EU and overseas candidates. In addition to
AHRC
funding and Newcastle Faculty funding, the School is offering 8 bursaries
(6 at
Masters level and 2 at PhD level). One 3-year Ph.D. studentship offered by
the
School is reserved exclusively for German Studies, and all the general
funding
opportunities of the School of Modern Languages are also open to candidates
wishing to pursue German Studies. This can be either in one of the taught
M.A.
programmes or in a research degree (M.Litt. or Ph.D.).

The following M.A.-programmes can be studied with a focus on German:
- M.A. in Professional Translating for European Languages
- M.A. in International Film
- M.A. in Linguistics and Language acquisition
- M.A. in Linguistics of European Languages

For research degrees (M.Litt. and Ph.D.) we are happy to supervise in the
following areas:
- German Linguistics
- Medieval German Studies
- Modern German Literature

Bursary applications should include:
- A letter of application stating the programme for which the bursary is
sought
and outlining how this relates to your previous academic work.
- A curriculum vitae
- The names and contact details of two referees who can comment on your
academic
performance.

Applications for research programmes should include a copy of the candidate's
research proposal. Proposals should be written according to the University's
guidelines available at www.ncl.ac.uk/hss/postgrad/studentships.

The closing date for completed applications that wish to be considered for
AHRC-funding is 27 February 2009. The School bursaries' deadline is 30
June 2009.

Informal enquiries may be directed to Prof. Henrike Lähnemann (Director of
Postgraduate Studies).

Application Deadline: 27-Feb-2009

Mailing Address for Applications:
Attn: Prof Henrike Lähnemann
Chair of German Studies, School of Modern Languages
Newcastle University, United Kingdom
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU
United Kingdom

Contact Information:
Prof Henrike Lähnemann
henrike.laehnemann@ncl.ac.uk
Phone:+44 191 222 7513

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http://www.uny.ac.id

Climate Scholarships in Denmark

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND THE MINISTRY OF
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION
Asiatisk Plads 2, 1448 København K - Tlf. +45 33 92 00 00, e-mail: um@um.dk
Bredgade 43, 1260 København K. – Tlf. + 45 33 92 97 00, e-mail: vtu@vtu.dk


COP15 Climate Conference: Denmark skips gifts and educates youth in stead

The Danish Government has decided to establish a 'COP15 Climate
Scholarship' for money saved pursuant to its policy of not giving
gifts to participants at the Climate Conference in Copenhagen later
this year.

At similar international conferences, participants usually receive
gifts and so-called conference-kits with various items from the host
country. At the COP15 in Copenhagen the number of participants is
expected to reach 15.000. As part of its efforts to reduce the
environmental and climate impact of the conference, the government has
decided to discontinue the practice of giving gifts. The DKK 4 million
(app. USD 700.000) hereby saved will instead be spent on climate
scholarships allowing 10-12 candidates from all over the world to
carry out 2-year climate related master's programs at Danish
universities.

"Our 0-gift policy and the COP15 Climate Scholarship are good signals
to send at a conference which requires innovation in terms of the way
we use our resources. Although there is no doubt as to the good
intentions behind giving gifts, we have often experienced how
conference kits end up in garbage bins at conference venues and
hotels. We want break that habit in Copenhagen and spend the money in
a constructive way", says Minister for Development Cooperation, Ulla
Tørnæs.

"The COP15 Climate Scholarship puts a spotlight on Denmark's strong
position in climate related research and the good possibilities for
qualifying yourself at Danish universities. Besides, the scholarship
is in line with the Government's goal to increase the exchange of
students across borders. With this scholarship, we hope to welcome a
group of clever young people from all over the world who will become
highly motivated to make a difference, and furthermore will get an
exhaustive knowledge about Danish technology and research", says
Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, Helge Sander.


For more information on the COP15 Climate Scholarship:
www.studyindenmark.dk/climate

For further inquiries please contact
Chief Advisor Nis Gellert (Ministry for Foreign Affairs), tel. 33 92 02 77 or
International Advisor Christiane Mißlbeck-Winberg (CIRIUS), tel. 33 95 70 66
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs and CIRIUS, 4 February 2009

Joint Japan-World Bank Scholarship

6.2.09 |

Joint Japan/World
Bank Graduate Scholarship Program



Application 2009-2010



The government of Japan and the World
Bank invite applications
from mid-career professionals in
developing countries for The
Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP).
The application deadline for the program is March 31st, 2009.



The Program supports studies at the
master's degree level in fields related to development at universities
in World Bank member countries.

In 2009, the Program collaborates
with 41 higher education institutions worldwide and candidates are encouraged
to apply to one of these institutions. Applications to other higher education
institutions will also be considered.



The Program covers full tuition, the
cost of basic medical and accident insurance, a monthly subsistence allowance
and economy air travel.



Application forms, information about
eligibility and the application procedure are available on the World Bank
Scholarships Program Web site atwww.worldbank.org/ scholarships.
Completed application packages must be received by March 31st, 2009.
The awards will be announced in June 2009.



Correspondence and information requests
may be sent to:




The World Bank

Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship
Program

MSN J2-204

1818 H St. NW

Washington DC, 20433, USA




email: jjwbgsp@worldbank.org

fax: (202) 522-4036

scholarships at qatar univ

5.2.09 |

Dear friends,

Are you interested in learning more about Islam? Have you been searching for a golden opportunity to do so? Well, I'd like to inform you of the following...

The Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies (QFIS) is offering full-scholarships for the following programs:

1. Master of Arts in Islamic Studies with a specialization in Contemporary Fiqh
2. Master of Arts in Islamic Studies with a specialization in Religions and Contemporary thought
3. Master of Arts in Public Policy in Islam
4. Master of Science in Islamic Finance
5. Diploma in Islamic Finance
6. Diploma in Islamic Studies

Note: only the first two programs require a bachelors of religious studies as a pre-requisite

Scholarships include tuition, housing etc. for international students

Deadline for applying: 31 March, 09
Deadline for submitting language results (TOEFL & Arabic test): 13 August, 09

Please visit the website for the admissions and scholarship forms and for further details.

Contact Information:

Admissions Office
Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies
P.O Box 34110
Doha, Qatar
Phone: +974 4546560 / +974 4546559
email: nalmerikhi@qfis. edu.qa
website: http://www.qfis. edu.qa

The Australian and Pacific Science Foundation- Research Grants

2.2.09 |

The Australian and Pacific Science Foundation- Research Grants

Introduction: The Australian and Pacific Science Foundation funds a
variety of projects aimed at the promotion, advancement and study of
biological science in all its branches within the south west Pacific,
managed by Australian institutions or other entities within those
countries. In seeking to achieve its aims, The Australia & Pacific
Science Foundation provides support, on a competitive basis, for the
following activities:

Ø The top priority is to encourage high quality research by
scientists in Australian national or state institutions, and similar
institutions in other countries of the South West Pacific.

Ø Occasional support may also be given to such activities as
training, publications or conferences.

Amount Awarded: $15,000 per year for up to three years.

Indirect Cost Recovery: This scheme is exempt from University of
Sydney indirect costs.

For more information see:
http://fmweb01.ucc.usyd.edu.au/research/search_research.html

Use the New Search Engine, Show me: Research Grants In optional
keywords type: Pacific

Research Office Contact: Luda Kuchieva on 8627 8106 or email

Email: luda.kuchieva@usyd.edu.au

Internet Link: http://apscience.org.au/guidelines.html

Closing Date: 13th March 2009

EU-funded scholarships available for regional Asia nationals

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EU-funded scholarships available for regional Asia nationals
The Erasmus Mundus External Window programme for Regional Asia, called
'EMMA', provides funding opportunities for students, researchers and
academic staff to take part in 'mobilities' between the target group
countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India,
Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar/Burma, Nepal, North Korea,
Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand) and the EU.
In general, the programme offers study scholarships for
above-mentioned nationals to attend courses, at Bachelor and Master
level, pursue PhDs, Post Doctoral research and to facilitate academic
staff exchange.
The project consortium comprises a set of partners in Regional Asia
and within the European Union -- of which the International Institute
for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC, The
Netherlands) is one. The official consortium website is:
http://math.unice.fr/EMMA
If you are interested in a scholarship, please visit the ITC EMMA
website at http://www.itc.nl/external/emma/default.aspx.
The official application deadline for an EMMA scholarship is 28th February 2009.

ADB - Japan Scholarship Program, Department of Economics NUS National University of Singapore

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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.

Department of Economics, National University of Singapore is one of institution participating in this ADB-JSP scholarship program.

Below is program offered:

* Master in Social Sciences (Economics)

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. (Department of Economics, National University of Singapore)
* 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

ADB-JSP Coordinators

Department of Economics
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
AS2 Level 6, 1 Arts Link, Singapore 117570
Email: ecssec@nus.edu.sg, ecsbox2@nus.edu.sg

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

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