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Beasiswa Ericsson, Ericsson Scholarship 2011

23.1.11 |

Informasi dari :

Laili Aidi
Communication Systems - School of ICT KTH

Ericsson scholarship supports international students
A new scholarship for international students has been established at Chalmers University of Technology. Ericsson AB will fully support the tuition fee for two international students at the master's programme Communication Engineering for the autumn 2011 intake.
“We are very happy that Ericsson wants to support the programme with scholarships. Our education in communication engineering is world class and the fact that Ericsson will provide its support confirms this”, says Gunilla Walther, Department of Signals and systems.

“We have a very good experience with graduates from this programme”, says Dag Jungenfelt, Head of Product Development Unit Microwave Networks at Ericsson. “To ensure that we can continue to meet the future needs in knowledge and skills, we are proud to be part of the establishment of this scholarship.”

From autumn 2011, students with citizenship in a country outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland will be required to pay tuition fees for Swedish Higher Education. At Chalmers the fees are set to SEK 140 000/year for most educations, and to 190 000/year for educations within the field of architecture.

The students that wish to study in Sweden can apply for several scholarships. At Chalmers, some of the scholarships are funded directly by Chalmers and others are provided by the Swedish Institute.


9.1.11 |

Opening: UWC South East Asia 2011 Scholarship Program for NAD

We are opening 2 scholarships for UWC South East Asia, Singapore 2011 intake for students from Nangroe Aceh Darussalam, funded by Trafigura Foundation. This scholarship started in 2006 and was established initially to support children whose education was disrupted by the tsunami and is also aimed at building a post-conflict Aceh

The selection will be opened in January 3rd to January 28th, 2011. The winners will get 3 years full scholarships at the UWC SEA started from August 2011.

These are the basic selection criteria:


Academic result average with minimum 8.0 out of 10.0 (calculated from the 1st semester of year 7 up to the 1st semester of year 9 of of Junior High School/SMP).

General Requirement:

Indonesian citizens age between 14 – 16 (currently in 3rd year of Junior High School or SMP)
Completed and signed application form
Achievements in Extra curricular activities
Completed reference forms from two referrers (see application form)
2 recent passport-size (4 x 6) colour photographs

Certified copy of documents:

Academic transcripts or report card from the first year until the last completed quarter/semester of Junior High School or SMP;
Family card (Kartu Keluarga) and parents’ or guardian’s valid ID cards (KTP or passports);
Certificates of courses (English, Computer, etc.), TOEFL or similar test’s result which may have been taken in the past.
Also proof of being members of an organization, and other merits/awards which had been attained in the past. These are optional;

For more information and application form please contact us:

French Government Scholarships (BGF) 2011

7.1.11 |

Beasiswa Pemerintah Prancis (BGF) 2011 sudah dibuka !

Tentang BGF 2011 :

Pemerintah Prancis melalui Kedutaan Besar Prancis di Jakarta telah memberikan beasiswa kepada warga Indonesia selama lebih dari 30 tahun. Dalam rangka mengembangkan Sumber Daya Manusia di Indonesia, Kedutaan Besar Prancis akan memberikan beasiswa untuk tahun 2010.

Beasiswa tersebut diberikan kepada pegawai negeri, dosen, mahasiswa (terutama mereka yang terlibat dalam program kerjasama antara Prancis dan Indonesia) untuk mengikuti 2 jenis program pendidikan :

Master (full scholarship)
Doktorat (full scholarship - 18 bulan)

Juri akan memberikan prioritas kepada mereka yang telah melakukan identifikasi program baik master atau doktorat dan yang telah memiliki respon positif / rekomendasi dari profesor Prancis atau surat penerimaan.

CampusFrance Indonesia dapat membantu Anda untuk menemukan program studi yang Anda minati.

Aplikasi harus diserahkan paling lambat tanggal 31 maret 2011 !

flyer 2011 pdf (PDF, 1.1 Mo)
Application form Master2011 (PDF, 117.9 ko)
Application form Doctorat2011 (PDF, 120 ko)
Pertanyaan Anda 2011 (PDF, 176.9 ko)

Romanian Government Scholarships 2011/2012

| (translated using Google translate)

Scholarships offered to foreign citizens by the Romanian state, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the GD 288/1993 (2011-2012 academic year)

General conditions for awarding scholarships:

Number of scholarships : 85 scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Romania, through the selection of files organized on the basis of regulations by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MECI).

Conditions for qualification : citizens from non-EU countries (whatever their country of residence). Precedence EU citizens from third countries with which Romania has executed documents to cultural cooperation. Note that for citizens of the Republic of Moldova shall apply to other scholarship programs.

Scholarships are granted for three levels of study :

a) License : This program is intended for high school graduates or equivalent pre-university systems, as well as candidates seeking the recognition of partial studies and the continuation of their studies in Romania. The complete cycle for a period of 3-6 years, depending on the chosen faculty and ends with an examination of the license.

b) Degree : This program is aimed at university graduates / post, it lasts for 1,5 to 2 years and ends with a dissertation.

c) Ph.D. : This program is aimed at graduates of university / graduate - masters program is conducted over a period of 3-4 years, depending on the chosen faculty and ends with the support of a thesis.

Priority areas : will be promoted, with priority applications of candidates wishing to study political science and administration, science education, Romanian culture and civilization, journalism, technical studies, oil and gas, agricultural sciences, veterinary medicine, architecture and arts. Requests targeting other areas will not be rejected.

Language of study : To promote Romanian language and culture among foreigners, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports has decided that recipients of scholarships awarded by the Romanian state to study Romanian language only. For candidates who do not speak Romanian, it is granted a preparatory year for the study of Romanian.

Other link:

Beasiswa S3


PhD stipend - Soil Bioremediation - 37279

The National Environmental Research Institute (NERI), Department of Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology, Aarhus University in Roskilde, hereby calls for applications for a fully financed PhD stipend in collaboration with Aarhus Graduate School of Agriculture, Food and Environment, SAFE. The position is expected to be filled by 1 January 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter, subject to negotiation.

Department of Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology (MIMI)
The Department of Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology currently comprises the director of the department, 1 professor, 8 scientific staff, 11 technicians, 3 administrative staff, as well as visiting scientists and several PhD and undergraduate students.

Description of the project
Pesticide contamination of soils and groundwater poses a serious threat to human and environmental health. Robust contaminant removal relies mainly on microorganisms which are able to degrade the pesticide either solely or synergistically in microbial consortia. The main objective of the present PhD project is to study microbial remediation of pesticide-contaminated soils using a bio-augmentation approach.

The PhD project aims at obtaining optimal pesticide degradation in situ by inoculating contaminated soil with effective degraders of specific pesticides. Such degraders are already isolated in collaborative projects and include both bacteria and fungi with degradation potentials to be studied individually as well as in synergistic consortia.

Various approaches for introducing the microorganisms in contaminated soils involve direct inoculation, proliferation via plant roots as well as using various forms of protective carrier materials. Initial pilot experiments are performed in the laboratory with soil cores subsequently leading to pilot-scale experiments in lysimeters and full-scale experiments in the field. This will involve soils from the national Danish pesticide warning program (VAP) and known contaminated sites with historic point-source contamination.

The research will focus on selected pesticides that are being encountered in groundwater samples of the pesticide warning program or pose a problem in European water resources. These include benzonitriles (dichlobenil/BAM, bromoxynil), triazines, phenoxyalcanoic acids and phenylurea herbicides. In addition, factors affecting mobility/bio-availability of glyphosate and AMPA will be elucidated.
Pesticide degradation patterns and kinetics will be measured using front-line chromatographic and immunological analytical approaches, so that removal of pristine pesticide compound and their degradation products can be identified and quantified. Analytical work is performed in close collaboration with partners in the overall project consortium in which the present PhD study is embedded and which provide additional information about biological factors (like protozoan grazing) affecting the fate of the introduced degraders. Optimally, the project will provide new knowledge that will facilitate a more effective removal of pesticide contaminants in soil and associated aquifers thus securing clean and safe drinking water in the future.

Qualifications and specific competences
Applicants to the PhD positions must have a relevant Master’s degree (or graduate in the very near future – documentation for final thesis and date of examination must be enclosed in the application) or equivalent in natural sciences, e.g. microbiology, soil chemistry, environmental chemistry or a related field. The ideal candidate has experience in both microbiology and chemical analysis.

Place of Employment and Place of Work
Employment and main place of work will be at NERI/AU (Roskilde/Sealand). The work will proceed in close collaboration with GEUS (Copenhagen/Sealand) and DJF/AU (Foulum/Jutland). The PhD student can expect extended stays at DJF/AU for doing parts of the research work.

Hours per week: 37 hours

Further information
Applicants seeking further information are invited to contact: Project coordinator: Ulrich Bay Gosewinkel, National Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus University, phone +45 4630 1387 or internal supervisor Anders Johansen, National Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus University, phone +45 4630 1316

More information and

Your application must include CV, documentation of academic degrees, references and other relevant material you may wish to submit in support to your application. To apply please follow the link below.

Employment and salary terms

The position will be filled according to the existing agreement and the job structure for scientific personnel at universities and the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities under the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. The PhD scholar will be employed as a PhD student at NERI/Aarhus University. Your qualifications will be assessed by an expert panel with external participation.

General guidelines for employment at NERI can be obtained from the HR Department at +45 4630 1200.

NERI encourages applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of gender, age or ethnic background.


All applications must be made online and received by:

The Environmental Research Institute (NERI) is part of Aarhus University. NERI is located in Roskilde (Sealand), Silkeborg and Kaloe (Jutland), Denmark.
Please apply online here

Fellowship di UK


Visiting Fellowship - Call for Applications
The Governance of Clean Development Project (

The Governance of Clean Development (GCD) Project is now inviting applications
for the second of its visiting fellowships, offering the opportunity for a
practitioner or academic to work alongside the GCD team at the University of
East Anglia (UK) on a topic relating to governance of clean development in the
area of energy.

What is included in the fellowship?The selected candidate will be based at the
University of East Anglia (UEA) for a period of a month or more during 2011 at a
time to be agreed. The candidate will work closely with the GCD team to produce
an agreed output on a theme relevant to the research programme on clean energy
development. This will include opportunities for meetings with key actors in
clean energy governance in London and at the Tyndall Centre, conference
participation and exchange of ideas with senior academics in the School of
International Development and other schools at UEA. The fellowship includes
international and UK travel costs, visa, insurance, accommodation in UK and a
small per diem. Salary replacement costs are not covered.

Expected outputs
The Visiting Fellow will be expected to engage with the GCD team and other
members of the department, present a seminar at the School of International
Development and prepare a paper for the GCD Working Paper Series

Who can apply?
The visiting fellowship scheme is open to academics and practitioners working on
topics relating to the governance of clean energy. Candidates from India,
Argentina and South Africa are particularly encouraged to apply, since these are
the countries where we are doing most of our field work, but we are open to
applications from candidates working in relevant areas from across Asia, Africa,
Latin America and the Caribbean.

How to apply?
To be considered for the Visiting Fellowship, candidates should submit the
* Proposal (maximum 3 pages) detailing the work you would conduct during the
fellowship, how this is relevant to the themes of the GCD project and how the
fellowship would benefit you and your work.
* CV including the names and full contact details of two referees that can be
contacted in the event that your application is short-listed
* Applications should be sent to Jon Phillips (
* Short-listed candidates will be interviewed by telephone
When to apply?
The deadline for applications is 5pm on 7th February 2011. If you are in any
doubt as to the relevance of your work to the themes of the GCD project please
contact us in advance of this date..

Themes of the GCD Project
We are keen to solicit proposals that relate to the following themes but are
open to suggestions from potential fellowship candidate about how their work
might fit with the research interests of the GCD Project:
* The governance of the CDM at the international level
* National and local level case studies of CDM governance or the governance of
clean energy beyond the remit of the CDM
* The role of international initiatives in the area of clean development and
clean energy (APP, REEEP, IRENA, PCF)
* The role of the World Bank in clean development
* The role of key regional actors (regional development banks, regional
institutions such as the EU, ASEAN, SADC)
* Sector specific cases of clean development and clean energy governance
* The role of business and civil society actors in the governance of clean
* The politics and governance of clean energy transitions (sectoral or
* Studies of the politics of tackling energy poverty and promoting clean
energy simultaneously
For more information on the GCD project, visit

Best Wishes,

Prof Peter Newell
Jon Phillips

Jon Phillips

Governance of Clean Development Project |
International Development UEA | University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ |

Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP) 2011

4.1.11 |

Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP) is now accepting applications for admission to the 2011 fall semester, and applications are due before 31 March, 2011

TIGP now also offers the option to apply online for admission to the program. If you wish to learn more about our online application system, please via the website at .

Hong Kong Scholarship in Lingnan University 2011


Hong Kong Scholarship in Lingnan University 2011

Under graduate scholarship program to Hong Kong in Lingnan University 2011. Overseas Student Scholarships of HK$120,000 (i.e. about US$15,385) each per academic year will be awarded to successful applicants, covering tuition fee, hostel and other academic and living expenses.

Each scholarship is offered on an annual renewable basis and is tenable for a period of up to 3 years, subject to continued outstanding academic performance.


Non-local applicants (other than Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland citizens) should have attained at a recognised post-secondary institution outside Hong Kong an equivalent qualification to the Admission Requirements of the University, as stipulated below:

a degree, an associate degree or a diploma awarded by a recognised post-secondary institution;
an International Baccalaureate Diploma;
satisfactory completion of the first year in a four-year undergraduate curriculum or the first year of an associate degree programme of a recognised institution;
satisfactory completion of two years of full-time study in a post-Form Five institution, e.g. a technical institute; or
other equivalent qualifications which the University will consider on a case-by-case basis.
They may be required to achieve:
a minimum of Grade C in English in the GCE O-Level or GCSE Examination or an equivalent public examination; or
a TOEFL score of 213 in the computer-based test, or 550 in the paper-based test, or 79 in the internet-based test; or
an IELTS overall band score of 5.5.

Non-local applicants who enter Hong Kong for the purpose of education should make sure that they are eligible to apply for a student visa/ entry permit issued by the Director of Immigration of the HKSAR Government to stay in Hong Kong for the entire period of study at the University. The University will provide assistance as far as possible.

Application Procedures

Please click here ( to complete the Online Application for Direct Admission and Application for Overseas Student Scholarships through the Online Application System on or before 31 March 2011.

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