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Monday, 30 August 2010

Erasmus Mundus Programme: European Masters in Sport and Exercise Psychology (EMSEP) for International Students

EMSEP prepares you for a career in Sport and Exercise Psychology!
The European Masters in Sport and Exercise Psychology programme (EMSEP) is a joint programme organised by four leading European universities in the field: the University of Jyväskylä, Finland; the University of Leipzig, Germany; the University of Thessaly, Greece, and Lund University, Sweden.

The two-year full-time EMSEP programme is taught completely in English and it offers education opportunities for students of all nationalities. EMSEP provides you with high-quality teaching in a truly international environment, study abroad period, valuable hands-on experience through internship, networking with fellow students and experts, and a double degree. Note also the generous scholarship programme offered for both non-European and European students!

The application deadlines for entry in autumn 2011:

December 13, 2010 (non-EU/EEA nationals)

February 28, 2011 (EU/EEA nationals and non-EU nationals, who have spent more than a total of 12 months during the past 5 years in EU/EEA countries)

Further scholarship details:






Erasmus Mundus Course: MSc in Food of Life for International Students

EM Food of Life is part of the Erasmus Mundus programme initiated by the European Commission to enhance and promote European higher education throughout the world. The two-year Masters Course builts on the expertise of four European universities:
  • University of Copenhagen, UC
  • Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU
  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, UAB
  • University of Helsinki, UH
Integration of Animal Science and Food Science and Technology:
EM Food of Life is a cross-disciplinary Masters Course in the science of animal-derived foods. In a unique way, the course combines animal science and food science and technology focusing on social as well as cultural and, of course, scientific aspects of the food production chain.

What will you study?
Through the EM Food of Life Masters Course, you will acquire basic theoretical knowledge, practical techonologies, and research and development methodologies preparing you for a career in the food production industries. You will work with topics such as:
  • How to meet increased global requirements for meat and milk products
  • How to deal with increased emphasis on product quality, proven health benefits for the consumer
  • How to improve animal health and welfare reduced environment impact
Two Universities – Double Degree:
As an EM Food of Life student, you must study in two of the consortium partner countries. If you hold an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, these two countries must be different from the country in which you obtained your last university degree.
You will also have the opportunity for a shorter study period in Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand or Italy.
The course is taught in English and leads to the award of a Double Degree (120 ECTS) in animal science and/or food science disciplines, depending on the choice of institutions.

EU funding :
Every year 17-20 scholarships are available for Non-EU students (24.000 EUR/year) and EU students (10.000 EUR/year).

Erasmus Mundus Course: MSc in Food of Life for International Students
  • Category A Scholarships for Third-Country nationals: Total € 48.000 EUR
  • Category B Scholarships for European nationals and others complying with the 12 months rule: Total € 20.000
Category A scholarships can be awarded to masters students from all countries other than the 27 EU member states and the EEA-EFTA states: Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway. Furthermore, you must comply with the 12 months rule: you must not be a resident nor have carried out your main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of these countries.

Category B scholarships can be awarded to any masters students who do not fulfil the category A criteria defined above, i.e. nationality requirement and 12 months rule.

For both categories please note:
1. You must study in two of the consortium partner countries.
2. The two countries must be different from the country in which you obtained your last university degree.
It is possible to be admitted to the Course, even though you are not awarded a scholarship. You will then have to cover EM Food of Life participatory costs. If you finance your study yourself, you are allowed to study in the country of your last university degree.


Non-EU Scholars:
Every year, the EM Food of Life Masters Course awards a limited number of scholarships to third-country scholars/guest lecturers, who wish to spend time at one of the four European partner institutions giving lectures, supervising projects, doing research etc.
  • Scholarship:  1,200 EUR / week
Student Application Forms:
You can download application forms here: Category A application form. Category B application form. The application form for candidates not applying for a scholarship.

Please be aware that, due to the very many incoming applications, it is not possible to acknowledge the receipt of your application on a continuous basis. All applicants will be informed once the applications are registered in our database, approximately one week after deadline. If you wish to be sure that your application reaches this office before deadline, we recommend you to send it by courier’s bag.

Important notice from the European Commission
As of the academic year 2010/2011, the number of  applications any student can submit is limited to maximum three Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses.

All applications must be complete by submission. Only one enclosure has an extended deadline: IELTS or TOEFL test report can be submitted at the latest 14 days after deadline. Thus, it will be a good idea to make the agreement with your test centre that they will be able to provide us with the report before this date. The test reports must always by sent from the test centre in question directly to the education institution, i.e. this Secretaiat.

In the eventual case that a student applies to more than three EM Courses he/she will be excluded from the selection for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.

Application Deadline : 1 December 2010 

Further scholarship details:

Erasmus Mundus: International Master in Early Childhood Education and Care (IMEC) for International Students

International Master in Early Childhood Education and Care (IMEC) is a two-year international Master Programme (120 ECTS) in Early Childhood Education and Care. All students will follow a given structure, spending at least one semester at all three partner institutions.

IMEC is offered in cooperation between Oslo University College (Norway), University of Malta (Malta), and Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland).

Learning objectives:
The aim of the programme is to integrate research, professional development and wareness and knowledge of key policy issues at an advanced level by increasing mobility, shared learning and thinking, thus contributing to achieve the goal of a unified teaching, learning and research environment, strengthening the Bologna process.
  • To integrate research, professional development and policy at an advanced level within the field of early childhood education and care.
  • To gain knowledge of the tension between general policy targets, the increasing diversity of family structures and the need to strengthen children’s right as citizens.
  • To bridge the gap between quality provision and the lack of higher education and research within the field of early childhood education and care.
  • To explore the increasing pressure on early education and care systems arising from socio-economic and socio-cultural transformations, to focus not only on educational institutions but on children’s early learning in a broad variety of formal and informal learning contexts.
  • To foster critical awareness of cultural and individual diversity from a political and professional perspective.
Deadline for application is 1st November 2010 for third-country applicants. For a definition of who falls under the third-country applicant definition, please see the left menu “prospective students” and then “admission” from this website: Click here


Further scholarship details:




Energy Education Trust of New Zealand Doctoral Scholarships for International Students, New Zealand

This scholarship was established in 2003 and is financed through The Energy Centre at The University of Auckland. To promote research and academic excellence in the energy sector which will benefit community and business interests by supporting research at The University of Auckland.

Selection process:
The Scholarships will be awarded to full-time doctoral students undertaking studies at The University of Auckland related to the field of energy. The Scholarships are open to students enrolled or enrolling in the Faculties of Business and Economics, Science or Engineering. The Scholarships are open to both domestic and international students.

How do students apply?
Applications for the Scholarship must reach the Scholarships Office no later than 5pm on 1 October in the year preceding the award. The basis of selection will be academic merit, research ability and the applicants’ research interests. As part of their application, applicants are required to submit a comprehensive CV, a statement of their research interests and experience and official transcripts of prior study, if such prior study has not been undertaken at The University of Auckland.



Decision makers
The Scholarships will be awarded by The University of Auckland Council upon the recommendation of a selection committee comprising the Director of the Energy Centre (or nominee), the Deans of Business and Economics, Engineering and Science (or nominees) and one representative of The Energy Education Trust of New Zealand.

How and when do students learn of the decision?
Approximately six weeks after closing date by letter.

Application Deadline: 01/10/2010

For further scholarship information:

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Gates Cambridge Scholarship 2011, New Zealand

Gates Cambridge Scholarship, Research, Massey University, International Students

In October 2000, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation of Seattle, Washington, USA announced a donation to the University of Cambridge of $210 million to establish the Gates Cambridge Trust.

This benefaction creates in perpetuity an international scholarship programme to enable outstanding graduate students from outside the United Kingdom to study at the University of Cambridge. The Trustees are required to award scholarships on the basis of a person’s intellectual ability, leadership capacity and desire to use their knowledge to contribute to society throughout the world by providing service to their communities and applying their talents and knowledge to improve the lives of others.

About the scholarships
The Trust expects there to be of the order of 230 Gates Cambridge Scholars studying at the University at any one time. Although there may be variation in the actual number of awards made each year, the Trust seeks to elect approximately 100 new scholars annually.

In selecting Gates Cambridge Scholars, the Trust looks for students of exceptional academic achievement and scholarly promise for whom advanced study at Cambridge would be particularly appropriate. The Trust expects a good match to be made between the applicant’s qualifications and aspirations and what Cambridge has to offer. Successful applicants will have the ability to make a significant contribution to their discipline while in Cambridge, with a strong aptitude for research, analysis and a creative approach to defining and solving problems.

Gates Cambridge Scholarships are awarded only to students who gain admission to the University through the University’s regular procedures.

The Gates Cambridge Scholarships offer a substantial number of awards each year for the following full time courses of study:

Who is eligible
Candidates for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship:
may be citizens of any country outside the United Kingdom.
may apply to study any subject available at the University of Cambridge.
must apply to pursue one of the following full-time residential courses of study:
Research leading to the PhD degree One-year post-graduate courses (e.g. MPhil, LLM, Diploma, MBA etc.) 2 year MSc degree Second Bachelor degree as an Affiliated Student MBBChir Clinical Studies.

Application Deadline 15/12/2010 

For further scholarship information



Tuesday, 24 August 2010

The John S. Knight International Fellowships, USA

The John S. Knight Fellowships accepts applications from qualified journalists and journalism entrepreneurs from around the world for 20 Fellowships each year.

Please review the eligibility and selection criteria for United States or international Knight Fellows.
If you are uncertain whether you should apply for a U.S. or International Knight Fellowship, please don’t guess. Send us an email with your work history to knight-info@lists.stanford.edu.

* What is the application deadline?
The U.S. application deadline for the 2011-2012 academic year is Feb. 1, 2011. The international application deadline is Dec. 15, 2010. We are no longer accepting applications for the 2010-2011 Fellowship year.
* I hear that the focus of the Knight Fellowships is changing. Why?
The Knight Fellowships is transforming itself in order to serve the needs of journalism and journalists as much in the years ahead as it has in the past. All the turmoil and opportunity in the industry make journalism a chaotic and exciting proposition today. We are making significant changes to meet these new realities.

* What exactly does that mean?
The program will focus on innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership to foster high quality journalism — including an emphasis on developing and strengthening press freedoms around the world — during this time of profound transformation. We will seek Fellows with a broader range of experience, media and skills, both in the U.S. and abroad, than in the past. This could include journalistic entrepreneurs, as well as journalists who are a bit less experienced – or more experienced – than the average Fellow.

* I’m an international journalist. How will the program changes affect me?
The program welcomes applications from all qualified international journalists, but will pay particular attention to international journalists who can have a direct impact on the development of a free press and flow of information in their countries. We will continue to seek international journalists from countries with a more robust press, especially those who would focus on innovation and entrepreneurship.


* Will I need to produce something at the end of my fellowship?
Yes. Given the emphasis on innovation, the program will expect Fellows to come to Stanford with a coherent proposal that will lead to a tangible result.

* What does that mean?
The proposal is really up to you. We’re looking for applicants with good ideas that emphasize experimentation and innovation in regards to modern journalism. Your proposal could result in perhaps the beginnings of a creative plan for a journalism innovation, or a way that writers might use new storytelling tools, or a proposal to fund journalism. The idea is to enable Fellows the space, time and mentoring to embrace the challenges facing journalism.


* Does this mean I can’t take classes or do anything other than work on my proposal?
No! The riches of classes, research and experiences at Stanford University, one of the world’s great learning institutions, are there for you, just as before. Fellows can take classes across the university, and connect with experts at the more than 100 research centers and institutes. For more information on how Knight Fellows can make use of Stanford, please visit Our Program: Classes, Research, and More.

* What’s not changing?
Key parts of the Knight Fellowships will not change. Fellows will spend an academic year at Stanford University and take advantage of the university’s deep intellectual and educational resources, inside the classroom and outside it as well. Fellows will be responsible for setting their own agenda during their year. And rich interaction among the Fellows will continue to be a major element of their experience.

* Isn’t it expensive to be a Knight Fellow in Palo Alto?
Yes, and for that reason, in addition to a $60,000 stipend (paid in 10 monthly installments, September through June), we provide supplements for housing, childcare and health insurance as well as moving and research/equipment expenses. The housing supplements are $3,000 annually for single Fellows, married Fellows and those with domestic partners; $9,500 annually for Fellows with one child and $13,000 annually for Fellows with two or more children. Families with children in their households receive $12,000 for one child under age 5, $9,000 for each additional child under age 5, and $6,000 for each child aged 5 to 17 to offset childcare costs. The Knight Fellowships pays a health insurance supplement for Fellows and their families, ranging from approximately $3,000 for single Fellows to $7,000 for a couple with two or more children.

A moving allowance is provided. Fellows coming to the program who live within the United States receive $2,000 to $4,000, depending on family size. Fellows coming from outside the United States receive $3,000 to $6,000, depending on family size. The program also pays for your Stanford tuition and provides a $1,000 book allowance and up to $1,500 towards the purchase of laptop computers, digital cameras, recorders, fees for Continuing Studies or other courses related to the fellowship, computer software, research fees or payments, and travel expenses related to the Fellow’s research or study.

* Is there an age limit?
There’s no official or unofficial age limit. We look for people who have been working long enough to have achieved a lot, but who are young enough for a Knight Fellowship to pay journalistic dividends for many years to come. We are seeking Fellows with a broader range of experience, media and skills, both in the U.S. and abroad, than in the past. This could include journalistic entrepreneurs, as well as journalists who are a bit less experienced – or more experienced – than the average Fellow.


* I’m a freelancer. Am I eligible to apply?
Yes, full-time freelancers are eligible. Applicants are judged on the quality of their work, their essays, their journalistic potential and their letters of references. Freelancers do not need a leave of absence letter from their employer since they work for themselves.


* I’m not sure whether I should apply as a U.S. or an International journalist.
Each case is different; let us make the call. If you aren’t certain, send us an email briefly summarizing your work history, list the countries where you have worked, describe your current position and your plans for the future. One of the determining factors will be whether your audience is primarily in the U.S. or outside it.

* Do international applicants have to find their own funding?
International Knight Fellows are funded from a number of sources. International applicants should seek financial sponsorship for their fellowship if possible. But finding funding is not a condition of being awarded a fellowship.

One organization that provides funding for international journalists is the Fulbright Scholar Program; for more information, please visit their web site at www.iie.org/cies/

In addition, some news organizations provide their employees with full or partial funding. Other sources of support come from Knight Fellowship funds that are designated for specific purposes, including one that funds a journalist from Latin America. Regardless of the source of funding, all decisions to award fellowships are made by the Knight Fellowships program.

* Where do Knight Fellows usually live during their year at Stanford?
Most Fellows live in rental apartments and houses near the campus. We help Fellows as they look for a place to live, we compile a list of available housing nearby, check out rentals you’re interested in and offer advice on best areas to live. A number of landlords in the area know our program well and have happily rented to Knight Fellows for many years.

* Do I need the approval of my employer to apply for the fellowship?
Yes, all applicants (except freelancers) must submit a letter from their employer supporting their application and granting a leave of absence. If you win a fellowship, you are expected to return to your place of employment at the end of the academic year.


* I’m married and have kids – is the Knight Fellowship right for me?
Yes. Many Knight Fellows have found their year at Stanford a wonderful experience not only for them, but for their family as well. Spouses and partners are eligible to take classes and attend Knight Fellowships seminars and events just as the Fellows do. Children of Knight Fellows can attend excellent Palo Alto schools and often form life-long bonds with other Knight children from all over the U.S. and the world.

* For International or foreign language applicants: Do I need to translate everything I send in, including my work samples?

Yes, all application materials, including letters of recommendation, must be submitted in English or in English translation.
* How can I learn more about the fellowships and the application process?

Further Fellowship Information and Application

Monday, 23 August 2010

Infectious Diseases Research International Fellowship Program, Switzerland


International Fellowship Program is to support infectious disease physicians and scientists from developing and middle income countries or Eastern Europe through multidisciplinary clinical and laboratory training at select biomedical institutions in Switzerland.

The objectives of the Fellowship Program are:
  • to train promising young physicians and scientists from developing and middle income countries for clinical and research positions in infectious diseases,
  • to foster partnerships between Fellows and infectious disease leaders in Switzerland, and
  • to increase scientific research capacity in low income/high disease burden countries.
Opportunities for training and research in a variety of areas ranging from basic studies of the mechanism of disease to studies in public health, epidemiology, diagnostics, therapeutics or vaccine development, are available through this program.

The term of the Fellowship is for one year. The start date of the will be determined by arrangement between the host institution and the Fellow.

A financial stipend of up to 36,000 SF per year (approximately $35,500 USD) will be given to Fellows to cover travel costs and living expenses. The program intends to award two fellowships every year

Eligibility :
The program is open to applicants who are citizens or permanent residents of developing countries or Eastern Europe. Applicants should have a M.D. or a Ph.D in a relevant field and should hold a position at a medical, research, or public health institution. An endorsement by the home institution is required for participation in the program.

Applications will be reviewed by a joint SSI and ISID committee. Selection will be based on the applicant’s academic potential, career plans, previous clinical/research experience, letters of reference, and relevance of training to home institution and home country. Personal interviews will be arranged with selected applicants as the final step in the application process.

The annual application deadline for Fellowship applications is 1 April 2011. All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by 1 July.

Requests for application materials and additional information should be directed to:
International Society for Infectious Diseases
Professional Development Working Group
9 Babcock Street, Unit 3
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
USA

Fax: (617) 278-9113
E-mail: info@isid.org

Further Fellowship Information and Application



Kofi Annan Fellowship to Full-time MBA candidate from a Developing Country

ESMT European School of Management and Technology was founded in October 2002 by 25 leading global companies and institutions. The international business school offers Full-time MBA and Executive MBA programs, as well as executive education in the form of open enrollment and customized programs.

The School also features in-house research-oriented consulting services in the areas of competition and regulation. ESMT is a private university based in Berlin, Germany, with an additional location in Schloss Gracht near Cologne.

- ESMT becomes academic member of the Kofi Annan Business School Foundation
- Full-tuition Fellowship for high-potential young professional from a developing country
- ESMT shows commitment to responsible leadership and sustainable management by signing on to UN Principles of Management Education

As an academic partner of the Kofi Annan Business School Foundation, ESMT European School of Management and Technology in Berlin is offering the Kofi Annan Business School Foundation Fellowship, a full-tuition scholarship including a monthly stipend for living expenses, and one return air ticket to an outstanding candidate from a developing country. The high-potential professional must not only meet the application criteria of the ESMT’s full-time MBA, but must also prove his or her need of financial support.

The Kofi Annan Business School Foundation aims to stimulate economic development, job creation, and poverty alleviation by educating a new generation of innovative and socially responsible managers. It offers study programs to motivated students who commit to returning to their home country to participate in the development of the regional economy. In addition the foundation also encourages knowledge exchange between business schools in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin America. It is based in The Hague.

ESMT Associate Dean of Degree Programs Zoltán Antal-Mokos commented, “The guiding principles of the Kofi Annan Business School Foundation fit well with ESMT’s focus on responsible leadership and sustainability in management education.”

Showing its commitment to these fundamentals, ESMT has also signed on to the United Nations Principles of Management Education (PRME). These principles include academic activities around the values of global social responsibility as portrayed in the UN Global Compact. The UN Global Compact is a United Nations initiative to encourage businesses worldwide to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies, and to report on their implementation.

The PRME is an international voluntary engagement platform for business schools, supporting them in their contribution to helping build prosperous and thriving societies through curricula, research, and advocacy.

More information about the Kofi Annan Business School Foundation: http://www.esmt.org/info/latest.

More information about the UN PRME: http://www.esmt.org/eng/mba-emba/esmt-scholarships/

For interview requests or more information, please contact us.
Contact Person:
Martha Ihlbrock
ESMT European School of Management and Technology GmbH
Schlossplatz 1
10178 Berlin
Germany
Tel: +49 (0)30 21231-1043
Fax: +49 (0)30 21231-1069
Mobile: +49 (0)175 939 0728
e-mail: martha.ihlbrock@esmt.org




Thursday, 19 August 2010

United Nations Fellowship Programme (UNFCCC Germany) for Government’s Employees

UNFCCC Fellowship Programme

The objective of the fellowship programme is to contribute to building capacity for addressing climate change in non-Annex I Parties, in particular small island developing States (SIDS) and least developed countries (LDCs) Parties, through the development of local professional expertise by:

* Supporting innovative analytical work on climate change in the context of sustainable development;
* Promoting a network of experts who can bring creative and innovative options to bear on questions of climate change;
* Encouraging the leadership potential of young and promising professionals in their fields.


The programme target group consists of mid-career professionals who are already in a government’s employment and who are nationals of and working in a developing country, particularly a SIDS and LDC Party. While fellowships are awarded to individuals, the need for training must occur within the context of the institution for which an applicant works. The training must help the institution to develop its capacity. This means that the applicants must:

* Obtain permission from their employer for leave of absence for the term of the fellowship, and provide written certification that s/he will return to the Party’s governmental institution addressing climate change after her/his fellowship for at least six month;
* Get a written certification from their employer that the subject of the proposed training is relevant to the needs of the organization.

This programme is not intended for students, and does not provide financial support for an advanced degree, such as fieldwork for a PhD degree.


Eligibility
The fellowship programme is open to individuals working in a broad range of governmental organizations, ranging from educational institutions, research institutes and ministries. Candidates must meet the following criteria:

* Be a national of, and work in an organization located in pre-selected countries/regions;
* Normally be no more than 40 years of age on the closing date of application;
* Have preferably completed a Master degree, or equivalent, at the time of application, and a minimum of 3 years of work experience. Candidates with a first degree and a minimum of five years work experience may also be considered;
* Have good communication skills in English

Priority will be accorded to candidates from SIDS and LDC countries.

Opportunities for work projects and working conditions
There are a wide range of opportunities for fellows in the secretariat. Work projects may be carried out in any of the secretariat programmes on a number of issues e.g.. future of climate change, technology, financial assistance, inventories, mechanisms, etc…

The exact work programme to be pursued will be determined in consultation with each fellow according to her/his own area of expertise and interest. Once the work programme is determined, the selected fellow will be placed in the relevant secretariat programme, under the supervision/guidance of a programme officer designated by the hosting programme.

Fellows are expected to prepare an analytical paper of 20 - 30 pages containing the results of their work at the end of the fellowship period. The paper should be prepared in English to the extent possible, but may also be submitted in French or Spanish. In special cases, the paper may be prepared in one of the other official languages of the UN (Arabic, Chinese, or Russian). The paper will be reviewed by secretariat staff and the secretariat will maintain publication rights.

Conditions
The fellowship programme annually awards up to five fellowships.

* Fellowships are awarded for a period of three to six months.
* Fellowships shall normally begin within six months after the award being offered.
* Fellowship periods will be individually arranged to accommodate, to the extent possible, the particular needs of each fellow.
* The award is a fixed, non-negotiable sum which is intended to cover living expenses at the UNFCCC secretariat in Bonn. In addition, the programme covers travel costs by the least costly route.
* Each fellow must obtain medical clearance and also provide proof of health insurance with full international coverage before traveling to Germany. It is the responsibility of the fellow to arrange for insurance against risks occurring during the fellowship.
* Fellows are responsible for making their own housing and other arrangements, although assistance in securing accommodation may be provided.
* Accompanying family members will not be covered and are the sole responsibility of the fellow.
* Fellows are not eligible to apply for advertised positions within the secretariat within six months following the conclusion of their assignment with the secretariat.

Source:
http://unfccc.int/secretariat/fellowship_programme/items/4429.php

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Wednesday, 18 August 2010

International Master in Management of IT

International Master in Management of IT (IMMIT), is jointly offered by IAE Aix Graduate School of Management, Université Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseille III (France), Turku University (Finland) and Tilburg University (The Netherlands). The IMMIT programme degree totals 120 ECTS credits, to be completed in 2 years full-time studies. The language of instruction is English.

Structure of the IMMIT
The first semester will start in September at IAE Aix-en-Provence. The emphasis will be on the foundations of international business. The semester will finish in December and in January the students will move to the University of Turku in Finland to start the second semester. The main focus of the second semester will be on skills in IT management. The second semester will finish in May.

The third semester will start at Tilburg University in September and the emphasis shifts towards integration issues such as the role of IT in business transformation, management of IT-based innovation and more specialized topics in international IT management. The fourth semester starts in February and is devoted to thesis work, which includes an internship in an international operating company. This internship could be anywhere in Europe.

Applicants need to meet the following admission criteria:
  • open to students with a Bachelor’s or equivalent undergraduate degree (180 ECTS) either in Management/Economics/Business Administration or in Computer Science/Information System;
  • Students with an engineering degree can be admitted if their previous education includes IT and information systems;
  • A satisfactory scholastic average, a minimum 3.0 (B) grade-point average in Bachelor’s degree work completed after the first two years.
  • English proficiency test: Academic IELTS (min. 6.5 overall/6.0 on parts), TOEFL (min. paper based: 575, computer based: 233, internet based: 90) or Cambridge Proficiency;
  • An official copy of your GMAT test. The average GMAT score of accepted students is 600. Or an official copy of your GRE test score. Our incoming students usually score above the 75% percentile on the quantitative section;
  • Students with a relevant Bachelor degree from one of the partner institutions of the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, IAE Aix-en-Provence and Turku University do not need to submit the GMAT/GRE test score. (Note: a GMAT/GRE is however required in case a student wants to qualify for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship Category A or Category B);
  • a statement of purpose (motivation letter);
  • Two letters of recommendation;
  • Complete resume in English.

Scholarship

  • approx. €48.000 during the 2 years of studies/Category A students
  • approx. €20.000 during the 2 years of studies/Category B students
Application procedure
All interested applicants need to submit following:
  • A printed copy of the completed and signed application form (available online as of September 2010)
  • A printed copy of the completed and signed IMMIT appendix 2011/2012
  • A clear copy of your passport (valid until October 2012). The copy of your passport should be in English, stating you full names, date of birth and place of birth.
  • A photograph of yourself
  • A certified copy (with the official stamp of either the school or the Dutch Embassy) of your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, including a transcript of all records/list of grades. If you have not obtained your diploma yet, please enclose a certified copy of your most recent transcript of records/list of grades.
  • A short description of all the courses that you have taken during your (under)graduate studies that you think are relevant for applying to IMMIT. You may write these descriptions yourself or copy them from your university’s study guide (if possible) and you can send them by Email to: immit@uvt.nl
  • An official copy of the GRE General test results (code for GRE: 0730) or the GMAT test results
  • If you are required to take an English proficiency test, then include a true copy either of the Academic IELTS, or TOEFL results.
  • A sworn translation into English of all your diplomas/certificates, transcripts of records/lists of grades and other documents, if these are not already in English, Dutch, French, Finnish or German.
  • Statement of purpose or motivation letter
  • Two letters of recommendation

Completed applications with original or certified copies of the required documents must be sent to:

Tilburg University
Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Admissions Office, K8– IMMIT
Warandelaan 2
5037 AB TILBURG – The Netherlands


The application deadline is January 15, 2011 for Category A and for Category B candidates requesting an Erasmus Mundus scholarship

For further information about the IMMIT programme

Saturday, 14 August 2010

European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme

The European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme is an international researcher mobility programme offering 33 fellowships for the 2011/2012 academic year.

It proposes 10-month residencies in one of the 14 participating Institutes: Berlin
, Bologna, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Cambridge, Helsinki, Jerusalem, Lyons, Nantes, Paris, Uppsala, Vienna, Wassenaar.

The Programme builds on the strong reputation of the Institutes for Advanced Study for promoting the concentrated, self-directed work of excellent researchers within the stimulating environment of a multi-disciplinary and international group of fellows.

EURIAS Fellowships are mainly offered in the fields of the humanities and social sciences but may also be granted to scholars in natural and exact sciences, if their proposed research project does not require laboratory facilities. The diversity of the 14 participating IAS —which have agreed on a common selection procedure— offers a wide range of possible research contexts in Europe for worldwide scholars .

Applicants select up to three IAS outside their country of nationality or residence as possible host institutions.
The Programme welcomes applications worldwide from promising scholars at an early stage of their careers as well as from established senior researchers.

During their fellowship, EURIAS fellows benefit from the high-quality research environment and working conditions provided by the host Institute. All IAS have agreed on common standards for EURIAS fellows, including the provision of a living allowance (in the range of € 26,000 for a junior fellow and € 38,000 for a senior fellow), accommodation (or a mobility allowance), a research budget, plus coverage of travel expenses.

Application and deadline
  • Applications are submitted online via www.eurias-fp.eu. You will find detailed information regarding the content of the application, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, etc.
  • The deadline for application is September 10th 2010. Late applications will not be considered
  • .
Selection procedure
  • Scientific assessment by two international referees
  • Preselection by EURIAS international and interdisciplinary Scientific Committee
  • Final selection by the IAS academic boards
  • Publication of results in December 2010.
due to exceptionnal circumstances, the IAS of Jerusalem will not welcome EURIAS fellows for the academic year 2011-2012

Please check on the definitions of junior/senior categories here.

Application deadline : September 10th 2010
  • Meeting of Selection Committee ? Early November 2010
  • Final selection by IAS ? Early December 2010
  • Publication of results ? Mid-December 2010
  • Arrival of fellows ? September 2011
EURIAS is coordinated by the RFIEA Foundation (Network of French Institutes for Advanced Study)
Contact:

Programme Officer:
Mrs Mylène Trouvé

mylene.trouve@eurias-fp.eu
T: +33 (0) 1 49 54 21 49
EURIAS
At the RFIEA Foundation
54, boulevard Raspail
75006 Paris – FRANCE

Homepage: http://www.eurias-fp.eu/call-applications-20112012

Friday, 13 August 2010

President Graduate Fellowships 2010, National University of Singapore, Singapore

The PGF is open to full-time candidates of all nationalities. Incoming Ph.D. students and current NUS Research Scholars (with the exception of SMA and NGS students) who have passed the Ph.D. Qualifying Examination (QE) are eligible to be considered for the award.

Award Amount
* A monthly stipend throughout the period of award as follows:
International Student S$3,000
Singapore Permanent Resident S$3,200
Singapore Citizen S$3,300
* Tuition fees at the University;
* A one-off air travel allowance for 1 one-way ticket of up to S$750 (only for overseas students); and
* A one-off settling allowance of S$1,000 (only for overseas students).

Award Period
The award is tenable for an initial 1 year and, subject to the awardee’s satisfactory progress, renewable annually up to a maximum of 4 years. For candidates who were transferred from a NUS Research Scholarship to a PGF, the total period of their tenure on both schemes must not exceed 4 years.

Application Procedure
Incoming Ph.D. students will have to indicate their interest in the PGF via the NUS Graduate Research Programme Application System. Current NUS Research Scholars who have passed the Ph.D. QE and wish to be considered for the award will have to apply to their respective departments.

Notification of Award
Applicants will be informed of the outcome of their applications sometime in May (for August intake) or October (January intake).

Application deadlines: 15 November 2010

For further Scholarship information




Lee Kong Chian Graduate Scholarships 2010, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Lee Kong Chian Graduate Scholarships,Research,National University of Singapore, Singapore

The Lee Kong Chian Graduate Scholarships (“Scholarships”) were established from donations received from the Lee Foundation and are the University’s most prestigious scholarship awards for graduate students.The selection of candidates will take place once a year, in time for the start of the academic year in August. Up to 5 new Scholarships will be given each year. Not all Scholarships will be awarded unless there are candidates of sufficient merit.

Eligibility
The Scholarships are open to students of all nationalities who gain admission to any Ph.D. programme at the University. In keeping with the donor’s wishes, the Scholarships will be awarded to well-rounded individuals showing exceptional promise who have an appropriate balance of intellect and character. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and a commitment to service.

Award Amount
* A monthly stipend of S$3,300;
* Tuition, examination fees and other approved fees at NUS;
* An annual book allowance of S$500;
* A one-off air travel allowance of 2 return tickets of up to S$4,000 (only for overseas students subject to a maximum of S$2,000 per ticket); and
* A one-off laptop allowance of S$1,500.

Award Period
The award is tenable for 1 year in the first instance; but subject to the scholar’s satisfactory progress, it may be renewed annually. The maximum period of award is 4 years.

Application Procedure
Apart from the other supporting documents required for Ph.D. admission, candidates interested in the Scholarship must also submit a personal essay and a record of co-curricular activities or community service. Short-listed candidates will be invited to an interview either in Singapore or their home country.

Notification of Award
Successful candidates will be informed of the outcome of their applications sometime in April.

Application Deadline 15 November2010

For further Scholarship information





Monday, 2 August 2010

Scholarships for International Students at Macquarie University, Australia

Macquarie University International Scholarships are available across most courses to cover international tuition fees for study on campus at North Ryde in an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree. Postgraduate courses not available under MUIS are Master of Business

Administration (MBA), Master of Management, Master of Applied Finance (MAF), Master of Advanced Surgery and Master of Surgery.
 
Scholarships will be granted to cover the credit points required to complete a single undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

The scholarship provides course fees for the minimum course duration. No additional allowances are payable. The scholarship does NOT provide financial support in the form of a living allowance, nor does it provide for the cost of visa application, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), airfares, accommodation, conferences or other costs associated with study. Annual renewal of the MUIS is subject to satisfactory performance in the Macquarie University degree program.

Applicants must:
  • Be a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
  • Have met the University’s academic and English requirements for the course to be considered for a scholarship (must hold a FULL OFFER by the application deadline).
  • Have achieved a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 for Postgraduate applications and minimum requirement of an ATAR equivalent of 90 out of 100 for Undergraduate applications.
You are not eligible if:
  • You are a citizen of Australia or New Zealand, or hold permanent residency of Australia.
  • You are currently enrolled at Macquarie University for a program which is equivalent in level.
  • You have completed the same level or a higher level of study previously.
  • You are in receipt of another equivalent or major award or scholarship.
  • You are a Study Abroad or an Exchange student coming to Macquarie University.
Deadlines For MUIS Applications :
Please note that deadlines are strictly enforced and applications submitted after the due date will not be considered for a scholarship.

Semester 1, 2011 Commencement
MUIS online applications for Semester 1, 2011 must be submitted by 31 October, 2010 and
MUIS applicants must also submit their International Undergraduate or Postgraduate Application Form by 1 October, 2010

Semester 2, 2011 Commencement
MUIS online applications for Semester 2, 2011 must be submitted by 30 April, 2011 and
MUIS applicants must also submit their International Undergraduate or Postgraduate Application Form by 1 April, 2011

For further scholarship details:



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