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beasiswa di Korean Basic Science Institute, Gwangju Center, CNU

30.4.12 |

Ini ada informasi beasiswa di Korean Basic Science Institute, Gwangju Center, CNU. Mohon disampaikan ke milis beasiswa bagi rekan2x yg berminat:
Needed 2 persons for master program (MEng) in Material Science Engineering:
- Having background of material science engineering in undergradute study;
- Minimum GPA, 2.75
- Working hour, 09.00-23.00
- Latest application: April 30, 2012 (expectedfully).
Application and contact please directly submit to Dr. Moon Won-Jin, Division of analytical research, Korean Basic Science Institute, Gwangju Center, Chonnam National University.
Thank you.
N. Indrawan
Graduate student

Info Beasiswa 2012 di University of Sheffield


Info Beasiswa 2012 di University of Sheffield

PhD Studentships

University of Sheffield - Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering


PhD positions are available in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Sheffield, under the supervision of Prof. Merlyne De Souza. The successful candidates will work in the following fields of specialisation. 1) RF Power Amplifiers 2) Communication systems for wireless sensor networks 3) Coulomb Scattering for 20 nm CMOS 4) Solar cells (fabrication, modelling and reliability) 5) Partitioning Methodologies of Systems in a Package (optimisation with modelling of cost functions).

Strong preference will be given to UK/EU nationals though overseas candidates will also be considered. The studentships will cover the full cost of fees and a stipend of upto £13,590 per annum, depending upon nationality. All positions are in leading-edge projects funded by the ENIAC-JU or multinational companies.

Starting Date: 1st June 2012 (negotiable until 1st October 2012*).

Candidate Profile: Applicants should have the equivalent of a 1st class/2.1 UK degree or Masters in a relevant discipline (electrical and electronic engineering, communications engineering or physics). They should have demonstrable experience in programming, with ideally some prior experience in the field in which they wish to apply. They will be required to undertake both experimental and modelling work as necessary to carry out the tasks to high standards. They should be well motivated to do a PhD and be able to work in a timely fashion to industry deadlines, interact with colleagues and be capable of handling responsibility. They will be required to demonstrate the ability for research via formal transfer from MPhil to PhD no later than by end of the first year. They should have excellent communication skills (both oral and written) and be able to work as part of the team. They should be able to carry out tasks independently and be willing to travel and spend time in overseas organizations as required.

Why study at Sheffield? The University of Sheffield is a member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities. It was ranked 40th in the world's top 100 universities by the Global University Ranking Study 2009, and is consistently ranked amongst the top 20 universities in the United Kingdom and Europe according to The Good University Guide. In 2011, QS World University Rankings placed Sheffield as the 72nd university worldwide and THE World University rankings as 101st. The university has produced five Nobel Prize winners so far. The city of Sheffield is well connected with Manchester International Airport (1h15) and to London St Pancras (2h07). The Peak District, the first and largest of Britain's National Parks, is just five miles from Sheffield city centre.

How to apply: Applications should include a motivation letter (including the specific topic of research and their suitability for this position), a full CV, copies of transcripts and 2 to 3 names of references (in a single file). Enquiries about this position and submission notifications can be addressed to Prof. De Souza Candidates that match the required profile will be continuously interviewed until the positions are filled.

Staffordshire University: PhD fee-waiving studentships in Electrical, Electronic Engineering and Medical Engineering


PhD fee-waiving studentships in Electrical, Electronic Engineering and Medical Engineering for Overseas and UK/EU students

Staffordshire University - Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Technology

A number of fee-waiving studentships are available to undertake PhD within the Research Centre for Energy Efficient Systems. The studentships will cover only the tuition fees and are tenable for three years. Candidates for the following projects are sought.

Project 1: Clinical Assessment and Rehabilitation using a Cost Effective 3D Motion Tracker system

Aim: Investigate the use of 3D motion trackers such as Kinect, Move etc as cost effective 3D measurement systems suitable for clinical use.

Applicant: Self motivated, experience in areas such as computer programming, 3D motion tracking and patient monitoring.

Project 2: Development of a Monitoring System and Procedure to Quantify Patient Physical Function and Injury.

Aim: Investigate the use of sensing and measurement systems and patient monitoring systems to yield quantitative clinical data.

Applicant: Self motivated, experience in areas such as data acquisition, mechanical principles, measurement systems and patient monitoring.

Project 3: Simulation of high power thyristors.

Aim: Evaluate the current thyristor models for the accurate prediction of voltage and current transients applied to high power converters for power transmission applications.

Applicant: Experience in modelling, simulation and power electronics.

Project 4: Investigation into Enabling Technologies for the Digital Industrial Design.

Aim: Investigate how new design technologies, such as CAD, haptic modelling and rapid prototyping can influence the work of industrial designers and in particular the interface between industrial and engineering design.

Applicant: Strong ability in the use of IT based design technologies and the ability to communicate with both creative and technical designers.

Project 5 : Energy storage Systems for DC traction.

Aim: Investigate energy delivery and storage systems using super-capacitors and Li-on batteries for transport systems.

Applicant: Experience of Control systems, power electronics, microprocessors and Matlab/Simulink. It is expected that a significant amount of work will be carried out in France for which travel and living expenses will be paid.


Applicants should possess at least an upper-second class degree at bachelor's level, or equivalent qualification in engineering or a related discipline including physics. A Masters degree, at a merit or higher grade, will be an added advantage. IELTS or TOFEL grade at an appropriate level that meets UKBA requirement is required for international applicants.

Beasiswa S3, Beasiswa PhD

How to apply:

Please send an email by clicking 'Apply Online' below. The subject field of your email must be "PhD Studentships in CEES". The email must include (i) a curriculum vitae which should include contact details of two referees (one of the referees should be your current/last supervisor); (ii) copies of transcripts of results, and (if applicable) official statement(s) of results for English language proficiency test(s) such as IELTS, TOEFL; (iii) an application cover letter. The cover letter should include a summary of your reasons for wishing to undertake PhD studies in the specific project that you are interested in.

The application closing date is 14th May 2012

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Beasiswa 2012 : Beasiswa Cambridge

23.4.12 |

Beasiswa 2012 : Beasiswa Cambridge

Cambridge Online Preliminary Application (COPA)

Please note that the deadline for submitting the COPA for 2012 entry has now passed for all applicants. If you wish to apply for 2013 entry, please note that the COPA will be available from July 2012.

The Cambridge Online Preliminary Application (COPA) is a required part of the application process for applicants from outside the European Union, or for anyone wishing to be considered for an Organ Scholarship.

Info Beasiswa 2012 : Master Scholarships in Education and Teacher Training, Netherlands

20.4.12 |

Info Beasiswa 2012 : Master Scholarships in Education and Teacher Training, Netherlands

Leiden University
P.O. Box 9500, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)71-527 1111
E-mail: Internet:

Education and Child Studies

Leading to: MSc
Course duration: 1 year
Next course begins: 1 September 2012; 1 February 2013
Academic application deadlines: 1 December 2011; 24 April 2012
Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012; 1 May 2012
Educational requirements: BA in Education and Child Studies or a related field. See for details.
Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

University of Groningen
Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences / Educational Sciences
Grote Rozenstraat 38, 9712 TJ Groningen, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)50-3636480 Fax: 31 – (0)50-3636521

MSc in Educational Sciences

Leading to: MSc
Course duration: 12 Months
Next course begins: 1 September 2012
Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
Educational requirements: BA- or BSc in Education or social including methodology, statistics and educational psychology.
Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

University of Groningen
Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences
Grote Rozenstraat 38, 9712 TJ Groningen, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)50-3636480 Fax: 31 – (0)50-3636521

Pedagogic: Communication and Congential Deafblindness

Leading to: MA
Course duration: 1 year
Next course begins: 1 September 2012
Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
Educational requirements: Relevant bachelor’s degree
Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

For more info, please read: The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) for Master Degree

Beasiswa 2012 : Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students, Bangor University, UK


Beasiswa 2012 : Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students, Bangor University, UK

Bangor University was founded in 1884, making it one of the oldest and most prestigious degree awarding institutions in the UK. For more than 125 years students from all over the world have graduated from Bangor and as a result gone on to achieve great success in their chosen careers.

Situated near to the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia and with the sea close by, Bangor is one of the most attractive study locations in the UK, but yet one of the least expensive places to be a student in the UK.

All applications received on or before the 1st June 2012 will be automatically considered for a scholarship of up to £1,000.

Eligibility Criteria:

Successful candidates who have applied to study at Bangor University before the 1st June 2012 will be eligible for the International Scholarship.
The International Scholarship will apply to undergraduate students beginning their courses in September 2012.
Students who receive other types of scholarships from Bangor University or other sources will not be entitled to the International Scholarship.
The International Scholarship is offered in the form of a deduction in tuitions fees which are payable by the end of October, 2012.
The scholarship is not open to UK/EU applicants.

The scholarship will continue each year throughout the undergraduate programme subject to students achieving the required grades. Applicants are NOT required to complete a separate scholarship application form for the International Scholarship.

For more information, please visit official website:

Beasiswa 2012 : Info PostDoc Position at Helmholtz Zentrum für Infektionsforschung Braunschweig Germany


Dear All,
Info PostDoc Position at Helmholtz Zentrum für Infektionsforschung Braunschweig Germany
1. Working Group : Department of Infection Genetics
The aim of the project will be to study the genetic susceptibility of the host to bacterial (M. tuberculosis) and viral (Influenza A) infections.
Deadline : 18.04.2012
2. Working Group: Department of Vaccinology and Applied Microbiology
The overall aim of our team is the development of tools and strategies for immune intervention, and their exploitation for generating vaccines against specific
Deadline : 30.04.2012

Smoga bermanfaat.


Taiwan Scholarship Program Guidelines


Revised Taiwan Scholarship Program Guidelines

This revised version was provided by the
Ministry of Education on February 1, 2011,
to be executed on January 1, 2012.

I.In an effort to encourage outstanding international students (excluding students from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau) to undertake degree studies in Taiwan so as to familiarize themselves with the academic environment in Taiwan and promote communication, understanding and friendship between Taiwan and countries around the world, the Ministry of Education (MOE) establishes the following guidelines for the Taiwan Scholarship Program.

II.The MOE awards outstanding international students undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Taiwan by awarding each recipient of the Taiwan scholarship the following:

(i)Tuition and payment of academic fees, including credit fee . Upon validation of tuition and above fees, the MOE awards each recipient per semester up to NTD40,000. If the total amount of these fees should exceed NTD40,000, the remainder of all costs shall be covered by either the recipient, or the recipient’s college, whereas over NTD40,000 are the sole responsibility of the recipient. Tuition and academic fees do not include any of the following: administration fees, thesis advising fees, insurance premiums, accommodation, Internet access, all of which are payable by the recipients.

(ii)Subsistence allowance:
The MOE offers each recipient undertaking undergraduate studies a monthly stipend of NTD15,000; it offers each recipient undertaking postgraduate studies a monthly stipend of NTD20,000.

III.Duration of Scholarships:

(i)The maximum period of each scholarship is four years for undergraduate programs, two years for master programs, and four years for doctorate programs. The maximum length of the total awards for each recipient undertaking a combination of studies is five years.

(ii)Annual award periods begin on September 1st and continue until August 31st of the following year. Recipients must arrive in Taiwan and enroll at their admitting universities/colleges within this period unless delays have been approved by the relevant institutions and the MOE. If recipients fail to arrive in Taiwan for registration during this period, their award will be revoked with no deferrals.

(iii)Subsistence allowances begin from the month of the recipients’ registration at the universities/colleges and end when the award period expires or upon the recipients’ graduation, withdrawal, suspension, expulsion, or revocation of the scholarship.


(i)Applicants must be a foreign national with a high-school diploma or post-secondary degree(s), with an excellent academic record, and be of good moral character.

(ii)Applicants are ineligible if they meet the following criteria:

1.Are R.O.C. nationals or overseas Chinese students

2.Are already registered or have obtained student status at any university/college in Taiwan. Graduating students pursuing further studies are exempt from this rule.

3.Have already studied in Taiwan for the same level of degree as the one in which they currently intend to enroll.

4.Are exchange or dual/joint degree students admitted in accordance with academic cooperation agreements between local universities/colleges and international universities/colleges.

5.Have been a recipient of the Taiwan Scholarship for over a total of five years.

6.Have had, in the past, their Taiwan Scholarship or Huayu Enrichment Scholarship from the MOE revoked.

7.Are recipients of any other scholarship or subsidy offered by the Taiwan government or education institutions in Taiwan. This excludes subsidies offered by universities/colleges to cover tuition and other fees exceeding the scholarship limit.

(iii)Applicants should apply directly for admission within the deadlines specified by each university/college listed in the “Association of Taiwan Scholarship Program Schools” (see Appendix 1). Applications for admission outside of the universities/colleges participating in the Taiwan Scholarship Program are automatically disqualified and will not be returned.

V.Applicants should send the following document within the period specified enclosed with their application to the nearest Taiwan Embassy or Representative Office in their country. Failure to include any of these documents renders the application incomplete, and the applicant will not be further considered for the scholarship, without further notice:

(i)Taiwan Scholarship Application Form (available at the nearest Taiwan Embassy or Representative Office)

(ii)A copy of the applicant’s passport or other nationality certificates.

(iii)A copy of the highest degree and academic transcripts. If issued by international educational institutions, these documents must be authenticated by an overseas Representative Office or be sealed and delivered by the awarding institutions. Documents in a language other than Chinese or English must be translated into Chinese or English and the translated documents must be authenticated.

(iv)A copy of admission application materials to universities/colleges in Taiwan (e.g., copies of application fee remittance, application form, receipt of application from universities/colleges, e-mails, ).

(v)A copy of a language proficiency certificate:

1.A copy of results or certificate for the “Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language” (TOCFL) Basic or above.

2.For applications to all-English programs, a copy of TOEFL test scores or other recognized English language proficiency exams or degrees awarded in English must be submitted. English-speaking nationals are exempt from this rule.

(vi)Two letters of reference, signed and sealed in envelopes (i.e. from the principals, professors, or supervisors). Photo copies and email submissions of letters of recommendation will not be considered.

(vii)Additional documents as specified by the individual representative offices.

VI.Quotas for scholarships offered by the MOE are contingent upon the MOE’s annual budget allotments for the coming year and each representative office’s yearly performance. The MOE notifies all relevant offices of the available quotas for the new academic year by December 31st of each year.

VII.Application and Selection Process:

(i)Taiwan Representative Offices provide application information and establish selection requirements in accordance with these guidelines and directly process applications in coordination with local government agencies, schools, educational and cultural institutions. Scholarship application information (including selection criteria, scholarship types and quotas, application process, application period,) is provided in both Chinese and the local languages by January 31st of each year.

(ii)After Taiwan Representative Offices provide the aforementioned information, hard copies in Chinese and in the local languages and an electronic copy must be forwarded to the MOE’s designated offices for archiving purposes.

(iii)In principle, the application period is from February 1st through March 31st of each year. However, the actual application period will in accordance with dates provided by the local Taiwan Representative Offices.

(iv)For the application, the applicant must send all completed documents to the nearest Taiwan Embassy or Representative Office in his/her home country.

VIII.Selection Criteria:

(i)Recipients academic study goals should be consistent with Taiwan’s national development plans so as to assist in the growth of industry, economy and education.

(ii)Recipients should achieve an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or above, and a postgraduate GPA of 3.5 or above (on a 4.5 scale). Where grade conversion calculation differs, Taiwan Representative Offices will base their conversion calculations on the aforementioned calculation guidelines to select outstanding applicants from prestigious universities/colleges.

(iii)Interviews must be conducted in person or by video conferencing so as to interact with the applicants and better judge their demeanor and moral character.

(iv)Priority will be given to applicants with a certificate in TOCFL-levels of: intermediate or above. For applications to all-English programs, a copy of TOEFL test scores or other recognized English language proficiency exams at the intermediate level or a test score of over 75% must be submitted.

(v)Applications must be complete in full. All incomplete applications are ineligible for consideration, and persons submitting incomplete applications will be withdrawn from the selection process without further notice.

IX.Selection Notice:

(i)Upon reviewing applications and conducting interviews, the Taiwan Representative Offices will select successful candidates and alternate candidates which will be placed on a waiting list. Candidates and their awarding universities/colleges are to be notified by May 31st of each year.

(ii)Successful candidates should submit a copy of their letter of admission to their local Taiwan Representative Office for verification by June 30th of each year; should candidates fail to submit this letter within the specified time period, the candidates must submit a written explanation and request verification from their Representative Offices. Failure to be admitted into a university/college will result in a suspension from the Scholarship Program. Failure to submit documents within the specified time period will result in disqualification, and the candidates on the waiting list will be offered a scholarship. The list of recipients must be finalized no later than July 31st of each year.

(iii)Taiwan Representative Offices should issue recipients with a certificate of scholarship (Appendix II) by July 31st of each year, and assign the Scholarship’s study time table according to the recipients’ level of study. Recipients’ information should also be completed on the on-line Taiwan Scholarship Information Platform.

X.Upon completion of a degree program, recipients may reapply by February 28th of each year for the Taiwan Scholarship to undertake a higher degree program by following the application process as specified above. The maximum duration of each recipient’s total award period is five years (see Provision IV, Section ii).

XI.The process for continuing scholarship benefits is as follows:

(i)Each university/college should review recipients’ award qualifications for the second semester of the academic year and evaluate each recipient’s academic and conduct performances by February 28th of each year and notify the recipients and the MOE designated office within seven days. In addition, by September 10th of each year, universities/colleges should submit the renewal lists to the on-line Taiwan Scholarship Information Platform to secure funding.

(ii)Recipients shall be granted renewal if they have achieved the following results:

1.A minimum total average of 70% per semester’s coursework for undergraduates and 80% for postgraduates; universities/colleges may set their own higher standards.

2.For recipients in the 3rd year of their doctoral programs, this evaluation should be conducted in accordance with the regulations of their individual institutions.

(iii)If recipients have been admitted to the next level of study by their attending universities/colleges prior to the expiration of their scholarships, the attending universities/colleges must submit the scholarship application forms filled out by the recipients, their academic transcripts in Taiwan, and proof of admission, to the MOE for change of scholarship levels and terms. The MOE will notify the universities/colleges, the MOE designated office and relevant representative offices.


(i)After studying for a semester at a university/college, a recipient is allowed to transfer once to another university/college/department listed in the “Association of Taiwan Scholarship Program Schools” during the course of a degree program, if the pertinent educational institutions approve this request.

(ii)Recipients that wish to transfer to a different degree program at another university/college/department/graduate school, must re-apply to the original institute of the Taiwan Representative Offices.

(iii)When applying for a transfer, the original university/college must notify the recipient and its transferring university/college of the recipient’s scholarship type, award period and transfer date. The transferring university/college must notify the recipient and the original university/college that it agrees to the transfer date. Both universities/colleges must send copies of the transfer to the MOE, relevant Taiwan Representative Offices, and the MOE designated office.

XIII.The university/college of the recipient should apply and verify the scholarship in accordance with the following time period and processes each year from the MOE designated office:

(i)After each semester’s student enrollment, universities/colleges shall pay a monthly subsistence allowance to the recipients. The MOE will pay the universities/colleges in two installments: the first installment is for January through August, and universities/colleges should apply for appropriation by January 5th; the second installment is for their appropriation by January 5th ; the second installment is for September through December, and universities/colleges should apply for their appropriation by September 30th. When applying for an appropriation, universities/colleges should submit a list of recipients and student-signed receipts. In cases where universities/colleges fail to apply for their appropriation in time, it is their responsibility to pay a monthly subsistence allowance to the recipients.

(ii)Universities/colleges should submit three copies of their balance sheets statement and execution results form (form in Appendix III) to the university/college president, chief accountant and cashier for verification. The first deadline for verification is September 30th, and the second is December 20th. Remaining funds should be returned to the MOE. Universities/colleges should keep all original receipts for verification by the National Audit Office and other relevant offices.

(iii)After each semester’s student enrollment, universities/colleges must submit a list of recipients, along with a comprehensive statement of tuition and other fees (form in Appendix IV), statement of income and expenditures, and receipts to the MOE designated office to apply for appropriation and verification of tuition and other fees.

(iv)The allocation, disbursement, and verification of funds are carried out in accordance with the MOE subsidy and commission expense verification guidelines.

(v)Recipients that are suspended, withdrawn or expelled from universities/colleges shall have their scholarship revoked and subsistence allowance suspended. When this occurs after the 15th of the month, recipients will not be required to return that month’s subsistence allowance. Tuition and other fees paid must be returned pro rata to the designated office by the MOE and processed and verified separately.

XIV.Other key provisions:

(i)International students:

1.Scholarship applicants should apply directly for admission to universities/colleges listed in the “Association of Taiwan Scholarship Program Schools” (see Appendix 1) within the application deadlines.

2.Other than tuition and other fees, recipients are responsible for the payment of all other expenses. In case of financial hardship, recipients may apply to their registered universities/colleges for payments to be deducted from their subsistence allowances.

3.Should the recipients’ academic and conduct performances or their attendance record fall below the required standard of their registered universities/colleges, their scholarships will be suspended or revoked in accordance with the rules and regulations of the universities/colleges.

4.Should recipients be in simultaneous receipt of any other award or subsidy granted by Taiwan government agencies or education institutions in Taiwan, upon verification, their scholarships will be revoked and any stipend and subsistence allowance given to them during the period of overlap shall be returned.

5.Recipients are required to join the National Health Insurance plan. They must purchase other forms of medical insurance before enrolling in the National Health Insurance plan according to National Law.

6.Upon enrollment at universities/colleges in Taiwan, recipients are not allowed to study in any other country as exchange or dual/joint degree students. Should such a case occur, the recipients’ scholarships will be revoked and the remainder of the award period shall not be retained or deferred. Recipients on exchange as part of the degree program are exempt from this rule, but they shall not receive any tuition stipend and subsistence allowance during the time period outside of Taiwan.

7.Recipients are not allowed to work illegally (including part-time work) while in Taiwan. If recipients engage in any labor activity without the MOE’s approval of award renewal or without notifying their universities/colleges, their scholarships will be revoked and they need to return any stipend and subsistence allowance given to them during the period of employment.

(ii)Universities and colleges:

1.Universities/colleges shall refer to their respective guidelines for admitting international students and notify applicants of their final decision no later than June 15th of each year.

2.Universities/colleges are required to establish their own regulations in relation to financial aid for recipients so that recipients may apply for payments they are responsible for to be deducted from their subsistence allowances.

3.The suspension and revocation of this scholarship is under the provisions of the recipients’ universities/colleges of enrollment and the MOE. In case of withdrawal, suspension, expulsion, or any other violation, universities/colleges must immediately suspend or revoke the recipients’ scholarships, note the reason, period of suspension or revocation, and notify the MOE, the Bureau of Consular Affairs, the National Immigration Agency, and the MOE relevant Taiwan representative offices, the recipients and the designated office. In addition to the provisions of universities/colleges, scholarships may be suspended or revoked if one the following situations arise:

1)Recipients are absent for more than one-thirds of a single month excluding school breaks. Upon verification, the recipients’ subsistence allowances for that month shall be suspended with the recipients’ scholarships subject to revocation.

2)Recipients’ scholarships are revoked if they study in any other country as exchange or dual/joint degree students while in receipt of their Taiwan scholarships. Recipients on exchange as part of a degree program will not receive any tuition stipend and subsistence allowance during the time period outside of Taiwan.

3)Recipients who violate Taiwan laws, are imposed with any major demerit at the university/college, or withdraw or be expelled from the university/college shall have their scholarships revoked. In case of transfer to another university/college or department or voluntary withdraw from their original universities/colleges, recipients’ scholarship will not be revoked.

4)Failure to submit at the time of enrollment for each study term an Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) with “pursuing studies” as the reason for stay by the deadlines specified by the recipients’ universities/colleges, or altering the reason of stay while in receipt of the scholarships.

5)Recipients found working illegally or engaging in any labor activity without the MOE’s approval of award renewal or without notifying their universities/colleges shall have their scholarships revoked. Any stipend and subsistence allowances given to them during the period of employment must be returned.

6)Recipients whose academic average for the semester is below the passing standard set by their universities/colleges will have their scholarships suspended for a month; recipients whose academic average for the semester is below the passing standard for two consecutive semesters will have their scholarship revoked starting the next semester.

4.Relevant institutions wishing to employ recipients on a part-time basis should apply for employment permit in accordance with the Employment Service Act (ESA). Recipients’ universities/colleges should, in accordance with this guideline, review each case, and upon approval, state the proposed period of employment, nature of employment, and total working hours. A copy of the recipients’ academic transcript for two consecutive semesters must be submitted to the MOE for the evaluation of the renewal of the recipients’ scholarships.

5.Upon recipients’ arrival and enrollment, each university/college is required to organize orientations for recipients in order to inform them of the rules and regulations regarding scholarship renewal, grade calculation and award, and scholarship issuing, suspension and revocation. Each university/college should also issue the scholarship monthly, monitor scholarship suspension and revocation, and process scholarship renewal.

6.Universities/colleges should set up a specific unit and personnel to liaise with recipients, provide academic and student support, and encourage recipients to actively participate in school activities and national volunteer work during their stay in Taiwan.

(iii)Taiwan representative offices:

1.Shall inform local government agencies, universities/colleges, and students of the Taiwan Scholarship Program, provide information about studying in Taiwan, process scholarship applications and selections, and ensure that recipients sign the Taiwan Scholarship Program Terms of Agreement (form in Appendix V), agreeing to abide by the laws of Taiwan.

2.Are responsible for validating that the universities/colleges in which scholarship applicants have been admitted are listed in the “Association of Taiwan Scholarship Program Schools”.

3.Are required to submit their lists of recipients ( Appendix VI) to the MOE for review by July 31st. A copy of the lists with all appendices should also be sent to the Bureau of Consular Affairs, the National Immigration Agency, the recipients’ universities/colleges, and the MOE designated office. The local office of Consular Affairs should also be notified.

4.In accordance with Provision III, shall issue recipients who have been admitted to universities/colleges with a certificate of scholarship, stating the exact period of the scholarship.

5.Shall organize orientations for recipients before they travel to Taiwan in order to explain the guidelines for the scholarship, the application process for residency in Taiwan, the barring of illegal labor activities, and relevant information regarding living and studying in Taiwan.

6.When the recipients return to their homelands, shall maintain contact with them and organize post-study presentations and seminars so that the recipients may share their experiences of studying and living in Taiwan with others.

XV.Taiwan Scholarships granted before and for the 2011 academic year are subject to the following:

(i)Undergraduates will be awarded a monthly stipend of NTD25,000, and postgraduate students a monthly stipend of NTD30,000.

(ii)Recipients will pay their own tuition fees and other fees from the beginning of the award period until the expiration of their award, graduation, withdrawal, or expulsion. Other than the differences in the stipend, any regulations in relation to scholarship suspension and revocation are subject to these revised guidelines.
Recipients that pre-enrolled for the 2011 academic year for Chinese language sessions are subject to the Ministry of Education Short Term Research Award(STRA)and Huayu Enrichment Scholarship(HES)International Student Directions.
Beginning from the 2012 academic year, new recipients of the Taiwan Scholarship must abide by these revised guidelines.

Info beasiswa New Zealand ASEAN Scholars Awards

12.4.12 |

New Zealand ASEAN Scholars Awards

Calling for applications from Indonesians now! Do you have an inquiring mind and want to contribute to the future development of your country?
New Zealand ASEAN Scholars (NZAS) awards empower individuals with the knowledge, skills and qualifications to contribute to economic, social and political development within ASEAN nations.
The New Zealand Aid Programme provides scholarships for qualified Indonesians to undertake postgraduate studies at a university or polytechnic in New Zealand.
Successful applicants are entitled to return air travel, full tuition fees, an establishment allowance upon arrival in New Zealand, and a living allowance to cover day to day costs.
Applications from Indonesia close on Wednesday 11th April 2012 for study beginning in early 2013.

NZ-AS Team



Just INFO :

Dear International Students,

Greetings from the Office of International Affairs at Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU) ! We are very pleased to learn that you are interested in our programs including International Graduate Programs or Undergraduate Programs.

We are in the process of starting next semester's enrollment.

We only accept your admission application through this on-line application system.
From 1st May to 30th November, 2012, the on-line application system only open for Spring term (class start from Feb, 2013)
If you would like to apply for Fall term (class start from Sep 2012),
please register in this system from 4th December 2011 to 30th April, 2012.

After completing the on-line system, please submit hardcopy of the required application documents through post before the end of April 30, 2012 for the Fall term (class start from Sep, 2012)
All the applicants are required to go through the on-line application system, upload all the required documents to this on-line application system and submit the hardcopy of application materials to:

Office of International Affairs
Chung Yuan Christian University
200 Chung Pei Rd., Chungli 32023 Taiwan, R.O.C.

If you have any enquires, please feel free to contact:

Rebecca ( ) Telephone: +886-3-265-1703 /1704
Julia Tsai ( ) Fax: +886-3-265-1729 E-mail:

◎ Your admission application will fail, if you haven’t completed the on-line application system and submitted the hardcopy of application materials.
Best Regards,
Danang Kisworo
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Chung Yuan Christian University
200, Chung Pei Rd., Chung Li, Taiwan 32023
Tel:+886 03-2654412
Fax:+886 03-2654499
Mobile : +886 098 766 2798
Skype : dhanankiss


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Persyaratan Beasiswa Santri tahun 2012/2013:

Calon Peserta PBSB adalah
(1) Santri terbaik di kelas III pada Madrasah Aliyah (MA) yang
diselenggarakan oleh pondok pesantren,
(2) Lulusan Pondok Pesantren Mu’adalah (Pendidikan Diniyah Menengah Atas),
(3) Lulusan Pondok Pesantren Salafiyah, dan
(4) Lulusan Pendidikan Kesetaraan Paket C yang diselenggarakan oleh
pondok pesantren

Waktu Pendaftaran Beasiswa Santri tahun 2012/2013:

Pendaftaran seleksi akan dimulai pada tanggal 9 s/d 27 April 2012 di
Kantor Wilayah Kementerian Agama Propinsi se-Indonesia.

Info detail dan link download formulir di:

The Politecnico di Milano Scholarships 2012

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The Politecnico di Milano wishes to announce that fifty 10,000 Euro scholarships are now available to international students interested in enrolling in the various Master programs at its campuses in Como and Lecco.

A variety of degree programs are open including several available in English:

* Master of Science in Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering;
* Master of Science in Building Engineering; and
* Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Master of Science programs are also offered in: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Environmental Engineering, which are taught in Italian with support in English. Furthermore, 35 – 4,000 Euro scholarships are available for various programs on our Milano campuses, including Master programs from the School of Architecture in Urban Planning and the School of Design in Product-Service-Systems Design, which are taught in English.

More information on these and other degree programs and scholarship opportunities can be found on the University website.

Scholarship application is concurrent with admissions application, and closes on the 18th of May for non-EU students and June 30th for EU students.

Further information or enquiries can be made to Geoff Moody at:


The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP)

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The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) are fellowship programmes initiated and fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for Development Cooperation.

The overall aim of the NFP is to help alleviate qualitative and quantitative shortages of skilled manpower within a wide range of governmental, private and non-governmental organisations. This by offering fellowships to mid- career professionals to improve the capacity of their employing organisations. The need for training has to be evident within the context of an organisation. This implicates that candidates have to be nominated by their employers. Applications without employer support are considered not eligible.

Target group
The NFP is targeted at mid-career professionals who are nationals of and working and living in one of the 60 NFP countries. Candidates from Sub-Saharan Africa, women and members of priority groups and/or marginalised regions are specifically invited to apply for an NFP fellowship. This because 50% of the available fellowships will be awarded to females and 50% of the available budget will be awarded to candidates from Sub-Saharan Africa. Beside this, candidates from priority groups and/or marginalised regions (to be defined by the embassies) are explicitly invited to apply.

Country-specific priorities
Next to the general eligibility criteria an embassy or consulate may develop its own country-specific priorities. These reflect the preferences of the embassy or consulate for certain applications.

These priorities can be of influence on the selection process. For these reasons, candidates are advised to check at the embassy or on the embassy’s website if country-specific priorities apply.

NFP sub-programmes
The NFP offers the following options:

Individual fellowships for:

master’s degree programmes;
short courses;
PhD studies.

Subsidies for alumni activities:

Refresher courses (for NFP, NPT, NICHE and MENA alumni);
NAA start-up grants (for NFP alumni);
Co-financing of NFP alumni activities.

Gender policy
The Dutch policy regarding development cooperation gives specific importance to gender and sexual & reproductive health and rights. The NFP gives attention to this gender policy by highlighting the extent to which gender is part of the courses and programmes on the NFP Course List. There are four categories:

The subject of the programme is gender-oriented (e.g. gender in the programme title);
The programme contains several compulsory modules dealing with gender dimensions;
Gender-oriented modules are available, but not compulsory. The programme content is not explicitly gender-oriented and no attention is paid to gender;
The subject of the programme is not gender-oriented. It is not possible to include gender-oriented modules.

The fellowship
An NFP fellowship is intended to supplement the salary that the fellowship holder must continue to receive (at least partially) during the study period. The allowance is considered to be a contribution towards the cost of living for one person, whether in the Netherlands or in another country. A fellowship holder can therefore be faced with additional expenses (for instance extra costs for housing). Fellowship holders are adviced to check with the Dutch institution if this can be the case for them. It should be noted that NFP allowances are not sufficient to support family members, either in the home country or in the Netherlands.

The fellowship can cover the costs of tuition fees, visas, travel, insurance and thesis research, as specified in the NFP Rules and regulations for fellowship holders. This can be downloaded at Different conditions may apply to e-learning courses or e-learning programmes. These conditions are also listed in the NFP Rules and Regulations.

An NFP fellowship is granted for the duration of the course or programme. Whilst the individual candidates are selected for a fellowship, the grants are awarded to the Dutch higher education institutions to enable the fellowship holders to pursue the chosen sub-programme.

There are restrictions to the total number of fellowships candidates can receive. Candidates are not eligible for a fellowship if a candidate applying for:

an NFP master’s degree fellowship has already received an NFP fellowship for a master’s degree;
an NFP PhD fellowship has already received an NFP-PhD fellowship;
an NFP SC fellowship has already received two NFP SC fellowships or has, a year prior to the application already received an NFP SC fellowship.

In addition, a candidate employed by one of the following organisations is not eligible:

a multinational corporation (for instance Shell, Unilever etc.) or
a large national and/-or commercial organisation or
a bilateral donor organisation (for instance USAID, DFID, Danida, Sida, FinAid, AusAid, ADC, SwissAid etc.) or
a multilateral donor organisation, (for instance a UN organisation, theWorld Bank, the IMF, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, IADB, etc.) or
an international NGO (for instance civil society organisations, Oxfam, Plan, Care, etc.)

Regional programmes and courses
The NFP Course List also contains master’s degree programmes and short courses that take place, either fully or partly, in one of the NFP countries, for example joint or double degree programmes. In these cases, the Dutch institution and its partner institution in the NFP country jointly deliver the programme. These programmes and courses are open to all candidates, as long as the programme / course is relevant to the candidate’s employing organisation and country.

Parties involved

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs fully funds the Netherlands Fellowship Programmes under the development cooperation budget.

The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP)
The Netherlands embassies and consulates assess all applications for fellowships for master’s degree programmes, short courses and PhD studies and can formulate specific recommendations for further processing. They apply the general eligibility criteria. In addition, they may define a policy with country-specific priorities appropriate to the local situation.

Nuffic is the Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education1. As an independent, non-profit organisation based in The Hague, the Netherlands, Nuffic supports internationalisation in higher education, research and professional education in the Netherlands and abroad, and helps to improve access to higher education worldwide.

The NFP programmes are managed and administered by Nuffic. Nuffic guides the candidate selection process for fellowships for master’s degree programmes, short courses and PhD programmes. Nuffic drafts the lists of programmes and courses for which NFP fellowships can be used. Nuffic also selects candidates for PhD fellowships and evaluates proposals for refresher courses.

Dutch education institutions
The Dutch institutions involved in the NFP are higher education institutions or other organisations in the Netherlands specialising in transferring knowledge and skills at a post-secondary level. The master’s degree programmes and short courses listed in this brochure and the PhD study programmes are all offered by Dutch institutions. These have been assessed on their capacity to receive and teach students or professionals from various backgrounds.

The institutions assess whether candidates are academically qualified to take part in a particular programme, course or training. They administer the NFP fellowships for all four sub-programmes. They also arrange the logistics and provide guidance for fellowship holders. For all matters concerning their fellowship the fellowship holders must contact the relevant Dutch institution.

More information
Up-to-date information can be found at Specific conditions might apply in different countries. Nuffic strongly advises candidates to check the website of the Netherlands embassy in their own country before they start the NFP application procedure.

Seleksi Pertukaran Pemuda Antar Negara (PPAN) DKI Jakarta tahun 2012 telah di mulai


Seleksi Pertukaran Pemuda Antar Negara (PPAN) DKI Jakarta tahun 2012 telah di mulai. Adapun tahapannya sebagai berikut:

Seleksi Administrasi
Di tahap ini tim seleksi akan melakukan seleksi dokumen sesuai dengan form aplikasi. Kelengkapan data seperti mengisi dengan lengkap formulir, lampiran KTP (di scan) dan Essay menjadi penilaian utama dalam seleksi ini.

Kuota PPAN DKI Jakarta sebagai berikut:

AIYEP (21-26 thn) – Puteri
IMYEP (23-27thn) – Puteri
IKYEP (18-25 thn) – Puteri
ICYEP (18-23 thn) – Putera
SSEAYP (20-30 thn) – Putera

Persyaratan calon peserta:

Warga negara Indonesia (sehat jasmani dan rohani)
Memiliki Kartu Tanda Penduduk (KTP) DKI Jakarta yang masih berlaku
Belum menikah
Usia tidak kurang atau lebih dari yang ditentukan
Pendidikan minimal lulusan SMA / sederajat
Memiliki kepribadian dan nasionalisme yang kuat
Belum pernah mengikuti program pertukaran pemuda yang diselenggarakan oleh Kementrian Pemuda dan Olahraga (KEMENPORA)
Aktif dan berminat dalam pemberdayaan masyarakat
Mampu berkomunikasi dalam bahasa Inggris baik lisan maupun tulisan
Menguasai salah satu jenis keterampilan kesenian atau bakat tertentu
Mengisi formulir yang dapat didownload di
Formulir dan hasil scan KTP dikirimkan ke email: paling lambat pukul 23:59 tanggal 10 April 2012

Time line seleksi administrasi yakni:

1 April – 10 April — Pendaftaran
14 April — Pengumuman Seleksi Berkas

Seleksi Tahap Akhir
Seleksi ini akan berlangsung 17 – 18 April 2012, dengan beberapa tahap sebagai berikut:

Tes Tertulis
Wawancara dan FGD
Tes Kemampuan Seni Budaya

For more information, please visit official website:

Beasiswa s1 2012 di Inggris, Undergraduate International Scholarships, Bournemouth University, UK


This scholarship is offered to international applicants for BU undergraduate (Bachelor) degrees beginning in September 2012. You will be eligible to apply for a BU Undergraduate International Scholarship if you can demonstrate an outstanding academic profile relevant to your course. An outstanding academic profile is one which is considered to be equivalent to 3 Grade As at UK ‘A’ Level as assessed by NARIC.

Who is eligible to apply for this scholarship?
All applicants paying fees at the ‘international’ rate are eligible to apply.

To which courses does this scholarship apply?
Applicants for all three or four year full-time undergraduate (Bachelors) courses in the following Schools may apply:

Business School
School of Design, Engineering & Computing
School of Health & Social Care
The Media School
School of Tourism.

How many scholarships are awarded annually?

Business School – 5 scholarships
School of Design, Engineering & Computing – 10 scholarships
School of Health & Social Care – 5 scholarships
The Media School – 1 in every 3 applicants
School of Tourism – 10 scholarships.

How much is the scholarship worth?
£1000 payable for each academic year of the course (excluding the work placement or repeat year).

How is this scholarship paid?
Scholarships are paid by a reduction in tuition fee or by cheque.

What are the criteria for this scholarship?

You must be able to demonstrate an exceptional academic profile (equivalent to 3 Grade As at UK ‘A’ Level as assessed by NARIC)
You must be able to demonstrate an outstanding personal profile as evidenced in your personal statement.

Other information about this scholarship

Recipients of this scholarship cannot be in receipt of any other BU scholarship
Applicants for courses delivered at BU’s Partner Colleges (other than BU campus based courses) are not eligible for this scholarship
Applicants for one year Top-up courses are not eligible for this scholarship
Financial need will not be taken into consideration.

How do I apply?
The deadline for applications is 30 June 2012 for courses in the Business School, School of Design, Engineering & Computing, School of Health & Social Care and School of Tourism.

The initial deadline for applications for Media School courses is 15 March 2012. If the required number of scholarships have not been awarded by this deadline a further deadline of 30 June 2012 will apply.

You can apply at the same time that you submit your UCAS application or any time after. Late applications may be considered if all scholarships have not been awarded by the deadline.

Please note that all scholarship application forms must be returned to the address below and not to UCAS.

When will I hear if I have been successful?
Although we may contact you with a decision in principle based on your scholarship application form, your award will not be formally approved until you hold an unconditional firm offer.

Further information:
askBU Students Service
Bournemouth University
The Base
Poole House
Fern Barrow
BH12 5BB

For more information, please visit official website:

Info Beasiswa 2012 beasiswa S2 Fullbright

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The program is open to applicants who serve as part time or permanent faculty members of state and private institutions of higher education in Indonesia. Applicants will possess:

  • a Bachelor (S1) degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (4.00 scale)
  • a leadership qualities
  • a good understanding of Indonesian and international cultures
  • a demonstrated commitment to the chosen field of study
  • a willingness to return to Indonesia upon completion of the Fulbright-DIKTI program
  • a minimum institutional TOEFL score of 550 or IELTS score of 6.0 or IBT score of 79/80. Please note that TOEFL prediction or TOEFL-like score cannot be accepted.


All disciplines and fields of study are eligible for a Fulbright award. The fields of study covered by the Fulbright scholarship program in the past were limited to the Social Sciences and Humanities. Since 2004, however, the policy has been changed to include also other disciplines with the exception of fields related to patient care or medical training nor to continue their study at medical school.


Candidates should complete the appropriate application form which can be downloaded below and send it to DIKTI address as shown on the last page of the application form. Please return your complete application package by the application deadline that includes:

  • Completed application form. This includes a clearly written and concise one page study objective.
  • Copy of your most recent, less than two years old, ITP/IBT TOEFL or IELTS score report.
  • One letter of reference, either from your current employer or previous lecturer.
  • Copy of academic transcript and diploma (English translation).
  • Copy of identity document (KTP or passport).


Specific questions regarding the application process may be addressed to the following address:

The deadline for the submission of application materials for all programs is April 15, 2012. DIKTI does not accept email applications. Hard copies must be sent or delivered to DIKTI Address

Note: Program requirements are subject to change without notice.

To download form click here


Info Beasiswa 2012 Research Scholarship at CNU Korea


I hope that you enjoy your life studying at CNU, Korea.
CNU will give "Research Scholarship Scheme" for fall semester 2012. I hope you to promote this program to your competent friends and juniors that may be interested.
- Scholarship Area
Agriculture Chemistry, Applied Biology, Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Food and Nutrition, Global Dispora Studies, Korean Language and Literature, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Science, Molecular Medical Science, Pharmacy, Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Engineering
- International Students Admission
If you have applicants who are interested in applying please forward this information and attachment. The deadline is April 27.
If you have any further question regarding this program, please contact me at
Thanks for your cooperation in advance.

Best regards,
CHO Youngran(Ms.)
Senior Coordinator
Asia Exchange Program
Office of International Affairs
77 Yongbong-ro, Buk-gu, Gwangju 500-757, Korea
Tel: +82 62 530 1272
Fax: +82 62 530 1269

Beasiswa Monbukagakusho Research Student Keberangkatan 2013

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Pendaftaran untuk keberangkatan tahun 2013 telah dibuka pada 2 April 2012 dan akan ditutup pada tanggal 2 Mei 2012.

Program ini ditujukan untuk mereka yang berminat dalam program research student di perguruan tinggi di Jepang.

Peminat pada waktu menjalani research student diperbolehkan melamar ke program degree (S-2 / S-3 / professional graduate course) atau meneruskan program S-3 setelah menyelesaikan program S-2 / professional graduate course, apabila lulus seleksi tes ujian yang diberikan oleh universitas yang bersangkutan.

Peminat juga dapat langsung masuk ke program degree tanpa mengikuti research student apabila telah mendapatkan izin dari universitas yang bersangkutan. Beasiswa diberikan tanpa ikatan dinas, mencakup biaya kuliah dan biaya hidup.

  1. Lahir pada dan setelah tanggal 2 April 1978.

  2. IPK minimal 3.0 dari tingkat perguruan tinggi terakhir (atau nilai EJU minimal 260 dalam jumlah 2 mata ujian tidak termasuk Bahasa Jepang)

  3. Nilai TOEFL-PBT minimal 550 atau TOEFL-CBT minimal 213 atau TOEFL-IBT minimal 79 atau ekuivalen, atau nilai Japanese Language Proficiency Test minimal level 2.

  4. Memilih bidang studi yang sama dengan disiplin ilmu sebelumnya.

  5. Bersedia belajar Bahasa Jepang.

  6. Sehat jasmani dan rohani.

  1. Formulir dapat diambil di Bagian Pendidikan Kedutaan Besar Jepang, Konsulat Jenderal Jepang di Surabaya dan Medan atau bisa download dari halaman ini.

  2. Formulir beserta dokumen yang diminta harus dibawa/ dikirim langsung ke :
    Bagian Pendidikan Kedutaan Besar Jepang
    Jl.M.H. thamrin No. 24 Jakarta Pusat 10350

  3. Pendaftaran dibuka pada tanggal 2 April 2012 sampai dengan tanggal 2 Mei 2012.

  4. Siapkan dokumen sesuai dengan lampiran berikut ini :

    Dokumen yang diserahkan :
    1. Application Form (bisa didownload)
    2. Field of Study and Research Program (bisa didownload)
    3. Foto 3.5 * 4.5 cm (ditempel pada application form, foto 6 bulan terakhir)
    4. Copy transkrip nilai yang dilegalisir
    5. Copy ijazah yang dilegalisir atau surat keterangan lulus
    6. Surat rekomendasi dari Universitas (form bisa didownload)
    7. Surat rekomendasi dari tempat bekerja bagi yang sedang bekerja (form bisa didownload)
    8. Abstract of Theses
    9. Foto hasil karya/rekaman bagi yang memilih bidang seni
    10. copy hasil nilai TOEFL
    Semua dokumen harus dalam bahasa Inggris/Jepang
    Semua dokumen harus dibuat copy sebanyak 4 buah
    Semua dokumen yang diberikan tidak dapat dikembalikan
  5. Download:
    Form-form yang dapat di-download dari sini adalah :
    - Application Form
    - Field of Study and Study Program
    - Recommendation Form

    download forms

  1. Kedutaan Besar Jepang melakukan seleksi dokumen, dan akan memberitahukan kepada mereka yang lolos 1 (satu) minggu sebelum ujian tertulis. (Kurang lebih 100 pelamar dipilih melalui seleksi dokumen ini.)

  2. Ujian tertulis Bahasa Jepang dan Bahasa Inggris akan dilaksanakan di Jakarta, Surabaya, atau Medan pada tanggal 18 Juni 2012(Bahasa Inggris sebagai ujian pilihan. Nilai yang lebih tinggi akan dipakai untuk pertimbangan seleksi).

  3. Wawancara akan diadakan di Jakarta bagi seluruh peserta ujian tertulis pada pertengahan bulan Juli 2012 sampai selesai , sesuai dengan jadwal yang sudah ditentukan oleh Kedubes Jepang (biaya transportasi dan akomodasi tidak disediakan Kedubes Jepang).

  4. Bagi yang lolos seleksi di Kedubes Jepang akan diberikan surat keterangan sbb:
    1. berkas formulir beserta dokumen yang telah diberi stamp Kedutaan Jepang,
    2. surat keterangan untuk perguruan tinggi di Jepang, dan
    3. lembar “Letter of Acceptance”.
    Pelamar boleh memilih maksimal 3 perguruan tinggi untuk mendapatkan izin penerimaan sebagai mahasiswa program degree atau research student, atau “Letter of Acceptance” (izin penerimaan tidak resmi) sebagai research student.

  5. Untuk mencari informasi perguruan tinggi di Jepang, silakan lihat website berikut:
    Directory Database of Research and Development atau
    Asian Students Cultural Association.

  6. Harap mengirimkan surat izin atau Letter of Acceptance dari perguruan tinggi Jepang secepat mungkin ke Kedutaan Besar Jepang.

  7. Kedutaan Besar Jepang akan merekomendasikan peserta MEXT.

  8. PPeserta akan menjadi penerima beasiswa jika lolos seleksi di MEXT.

Untuk keterangan lebih lanjut silakan menghubungi:
Bagian Pendidikan Kedutaan Besar Jepang
Jl. MH Thamrin no.24 Jakarta 10350
Telp. (021) 3192-4308 ext.175 atau 176

BeasiswaAIT Scholarships for Master 2012 (Deadline 15 April)

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Untuk informasi teman-teman sekalian, beasiswa ini masih dibuka hingga 15 April 2012.

Selamat berjuang!

Y Budi Sulistioadi
Universitas Mulawarman
The Ohio State University

Her Majesty(HM) the Queen’s and His Majesty the King’s Master’s Scholarship for the applicants of Asian countries at Asian Institute of Technology, 2012 Thailand

Study Subject(s):
Environmental related fields(HM Queen’s Scholarship)
All Fields(HM King’s Scholarship)

Course Level:

Scholarship Provider:
School of Environment,Development and Resources(HM Queen’s Scholarship), School of Technology and school of Management(HM King’s Scholarship)

-Any citizen of Asian Countries
-Graduated in related fields from accredited institution.
-Have a good education record in a 4-year undergraduate program with CGPA above 3.5 or equivalent, and high proficiency in English (a TOEFL score of 550 or equivalent).

Scholarship Description:
The scholarships provide an opportunity for students of diverse backgrounds from all countries in Asia to study and do research work together in the truly international environment at AIT, to build a good foundation for international understanding among people of Asia. Each scholarship award covers tuition and fees, accommodation, and a bursary for living expenses in AIT’s residential campus, for the entire period of the 22-month master’s degree program.

How to Apply:
By E-mail

Scholarship Application Deadline:
April 15, 2012

Beasiswa S2 Ilmu Lingkungan untuk S1 Semua Disiplin Ilmu


Program Studi Magister Ilmu Lingkungan (PSMIL) Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung
bekerjasama dengan Biro Perencanaan dan Kerjasama Luar Negeri Kementerian Pendidikan Nasional membuka kesempatan kepada lulusan S1 dari berbagai disiplin ilmu
untuk melanjutkan studi jenjang S2 konsentrasi `Manajemen Sumber Daya Alam dan Lingkungan'
melalui Program Beasiswa Unggulan (BU).

1. IPK minimal 3,4
2. TOEFL minimal 500

Dokumen yang harus dikumpulkan untuk mengikuti seleksi:
1. Fotocopy ijazah S1 yang sudah di legalisir
2. Fotocopy transkrip S1 yang sudah di legalisir
3. Motivation letter
4. Sertifikat TOEFL yang masih berlaku

Beasiswa yang dicover adalah biaya pendidikan hingga lulus.
Beasiswa tidak mengcover biaya hidup selama kuliah.

Pengumpulan dokumen paling lambat tanggal 30 April 2012 ke sekretariat PSMIL.

Kontak Informasi :
Sekretariat PSMIL
Jl. Sekeloa Selatan No. 1 Bandung ,
No. telepon : 022-2508871

Testimoni dari kami

Kualitas Pengajar ?
Banyak pengajar lulusan dari kampus top dunia seperti Tokyo University, Berkeley, Hawai University dll.

Bagaimana jika IP saya belum 3,4 ?
Sebaiknya tetap anda mencoba mengirimkan. Ada yang diterima di PSMIL meski IP di bawah 3,4 dengan menyertakan prestasi non akademik seperti penghargaan lomba, aktivitas organisasi .
Juga, jika pelamar tidak mencapai kuota atau kompetisi pendaftar tak terlalu ketat, anda bisa memiliki peluang untuk diterima. Ada yang pada semester ganjil mendaftar tidak diterima. Tetapi, ketika pembukaan semester genap diterima PSMIL saat mau mencoba daftar lagi.

Apakah ini program double degree (2 gelar dari 2 negara) ?
PSMIL telah melakukan kerjasama double degree dengan Tweente University, Belanda hingga sekarang.Terbaru, sedang dipersiapkan double degree dengan Jepang.

Informasi lebih lanjut harap menghubungi kontak diatas.
Karena saya tidak akan membalas thread ini sebab jarang di yahoo.
Semoga berguna

Beasiswa s2 dan S3 di The University of Adelaide – Adelaide Scholarships International (ASI)


The University of Adelaide offers a scholarships scheme for international students undertaking postgraduate research study. Its purpose is to attract high quality overseas postgraduate students to areas of research strength in the University of Adelaide to support its research effort. The selection for scholarships is extremely competitive.

A number of ASI scholarships may be available in the mid year round of scholarships for semester 2, 2012 to outstanding international students from any country undertaking postgraduate research in any academic discipline.
The ASI provides:

Course tuition fees for two years for a Masters degree by Research and three years for a Doctoral research degree (an extension is possible for doctoral programs only);
An annual living allowance of approximately $23,728 (2012 value) for the normal duration of the program; and
If the award holder holds a subclass 574 visa the award covers the cost of compulsory standard Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) Worldcare policy for the student and their spouse and dependents (if any) for the period of the scholarship. If the award holder does not hold a subclass 574 visa then he/she is responsible for the cost of health insurance.

The scholarship does NOT cover visa application fees.

Applicants should hold at least the equivalent of an Australian First Class Honours degree. This is a four year degree with a major research project in the final year. Other criteria that will be taken into consideration is undergraduate performance, bachelor and honours awards and scholarships, other postgraduate degrees, publications in internationally refereed journals, the presentation of conference papers and relevant industry experience.

Applications for these scholarships are always highly competitive. Generally ASI recipients have completed a Masters degree including a significant research component and have several publications and relevant work and research experience.

ASI Scholarship will be awarded strictly on academic merit. Extra-curricular achievements will not be considered.
Citizens and Permanent Residents of Australia, and citizens of New Zealand are ineligible.
Those undertaking research via remote candidature are ineligible.
International applicants are not eligible for an ASI if they have already commenced the degree for which they are seeking an award, unless they can establish that they were unable to apply for an ASI in the last round of the previous calendar year.
International applicants who have not provided evidence of their meeting English language proficiency requirements by the closing date are not eligible for an ASI.
International applicants must not hold a research qualification regarded by the University of Adelaide to be equivalent to an Australian Research Doctorate degree or, if undertaking a Research Masters degree, not hold a research qualification regarded by the University of Adelaide to be equivalent to or higher than an Australian Research Masters degree.
Candidates are required to enrol in the University of Adelaide as ‘international students’ and must maintain ‘international student’ status for the duration of their enrolment in the University.
Scholarships holders must commence study at The University of Adelaide in semester 2, 2012. No ASI may be commenced after 30 November 2012.
Scholarship winners will not be permitted to defer commencement until 2013.
Applicants who applied in previous international major scholarship rounds are not eligible to apply again.
The offer of an ASI scholarship is contingent upon a student not being offered another award by the Commonwealth of Australia, The University of Adelaide, or an overseas sponsor. The University reserves the right to withdraw an offer of a scholarship at any time prior to enrolment if it is advised that a awardee has been offered a scholarship equal to or in excess of the financial value of the award offered by the University

Closing Date: 1 May 2012. We strongly recommend that all applicants submit their application and all required documents well before the closing date. Incomplete applications at the scholarship application deadline will not be considered for a scholarship.

Applicants will be notified by the end of June 2012 regarding the outcome of their scholarship application.

Application Form


Beasiswa s2 di Bournemouth University, UK – Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme


September 2012 entry

This scholarship, offered in conjunction with the UK Government, is offered to students from developing Commonwealth countries who have applied to study a full-time taught postgraduate (Masters) degree at BU and who can demonstrate they already have an outstanding academic and personal profile.
Who is eligible to apply for this scholarship?

Students who are residents in developing Commonwealth countries who have applied to study eligible taught postgraduate (Masters) degree at BU. Eligible countries are listed on the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission website.
To which courses does this scholarship apply?

MSc Public Health
MSc Tourism Management

How much is the scholarship worth?

Full tuition fee
Return air fare to the UK
Monthly allowance (approximately £880)
Thesis and study travel costs (approximately £300)

How is this scholarship paid?

Scholarships are paid by full tuition fee waiver and monthly allowance.
How many scholarships are awarded?

What are the criteria for this scholarship?

You must be able to demonstrate an exceptional academic profile (equivalent to UK 1st Class Honours degree as assessed by NARIC)
You must be able to demonstrate an outstanding personal profile as evidenced in your personal statement.

Other information about this scholarship

Recipients of this scholarship cannot be in receipt of any other BU scholarship
Financial need will not be taken into consideration.

How do I apply?

You must apply online through the Electronic Application System on the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme website. The deadline for applications is 30 April 2012.
When will I hear if I have been successful?

Successful applicants will normally be informed by end of June 2012. Although we may contact you with a decision in principle based on any predicted grades, your award will not be formally approved until you hold an unconditional firm offer.
Further information:

International Admissions Team

Bournemouth University
Marketing & Communications
Melbury House, 1-3 Oxford Road



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