Senin, Januari 30, 2012

PhD Research Scholarship, Chemical Sensors / Materials Sciences, RMIT University, Australia

Mercury is emitted into the environment via natural processes such as volcanic eruptions and industrial processes in large refineries and coal fired electricity generation facilities. This PhD research project aims to deliver highly sensitive and selective sensors for the online monitoring of mercury which can operate under the harsh environments found in many industrial applications. The research project will focus on developing tailored nano-engineered metallic and bimetallic surfaces through facile electrochemical and chemical methods and studying their interaction with mercury vapour at the nano level.

The positions are based at the City campus of the School of Applied Sciences through a joint collaborative project with Alcoa World Alumina (Australia) and BHP Billiton.

Value
Two scholarships available, each valued at $27,000 per year for 3 years

Eligibility
Open to both local and international students.

The successful applicants will have a first class honours Bachelor degree in either applied sciences or chemical engineering, with a strong desire to work in the field of chemical sensors and/or material sciences.

How to apply
Contact Professor Suresh Bhargava.Link

Opening date: Mid 2011
Closing date: March 2012

More information
Top-up Scholarship of up to $10,000 per annum is available to doctoral students who gain an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) scholarship starting in 2012.

For further information please contact Dr Samuel Ippolito or Professor Suresh Bhargava.

For more information, please visit official website.

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Beasiswa PT. ANTAM – Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB)

Dibuka Beasiswa PT. ANTAM Tbk untuk Angkatan 48 dengan persyaratan :
  1. Berasal dari Wilayah Kabupaten Bogor atau Kota Bogor
  2. Fotocopy KTP
  3. Fotocopy KTM
  4. Fotocopy Raport
  5. Fotocopy Kartu Keluarga
  6. Fotocopy Ijazah
  7. Bukti pembayaran Listrik
  8. Bukti Pembayaran Telepon
  9. Penghasilan Orang Tua
  10. Mengisi Formulir beasiswa Antam. download disini
  11. Formulir dari Antam download disini
  12. Daftar online disini

Berkas dikumpulkan di Loket Beasiswa Direktorat Kemahasiswaan IPB paling lambat tanggal 16 Februari 2012.

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Summer Research Program in Life Sciences and Technology, Switzerland

The Summer Research Program in Life Sciences and Technology at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), will offer an intensive research training opportunity to 25 undergraduate students interested in research careers in life sciences. This program will run from July 9th to August 31st 2012.

Each student will gain hands-on lab experience under the supervision of an EPFL Faculty from one of our institutes.

  • Brain Mind Instutute (BMI)
  • Institute of Bioengineering (IBI)
  • Global Health Institute (GHI)
  • Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research (ISREC)

The SRP is made up of several parts and the student must participate in each one.

  • Two months of lab work (40 hours/week)
  • Friday Seminars
  • Closing Student Symposium
  • Social Events

The participants will:

  • Gain hands-on research experience and training with exposure to cutting-edge research.
  • Experience what it is like to be a member of a research community working at the forefront of science, medicine and biotechnology.
  • Have the opportunity to apply what was learned in the classroom to understanding and solving actual research problems in the laboratory.
  • Acquire a better understanding of the scientific process and the application of the knowledge gained from basic science research and state-of-the-art techniques to solve complex problems in biology and medicine.
  • Improve their critical thinking skills, including learning how to evaluate scientific information, design experiments, formulate ideas and test hypotheses.
  • Explore career opportunities in academia by experiencing the excitement, frustration, and challenges of scientific research and gain an insight into what a career in the science entails.
  • Prepare for future independent research projects and advanced research in graduate school.

The summer research fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis taking into consideration several criteria including the student’s academic record, personal statement and letters of recommendation.

SRP Eligibility:
To be considered for the program, applicants…

  • Must be enrolled in a degree program in biology, physics, chemistry, bio-engineering, or computational sciences and plan on pursuing a career in the life sciences. Basic Life Sciences backgound is essential. Previous lab experience is a plus.
  • Must be in good standing with a GPA equivalent to a 3.75/4.0 grade or higher and should have completed at least 2 years of undergraduate coursework by the summer of 2012. (If your university does not use a 4 point scale, then include an explanation of the your grading scale with your motivation letter.)
  • Usually participants come from the top 10% of their class and have some research experience. Their essays show passion and motivation!
  • Sometimes we do select 1st year master’s students, but we mostly aim at undergraduates. (Undergraduate means the first 4 years of university training usually towards a bachelor’s degree.) Students from the medically focused studies are also welcome to apply, but we like to see that their background also includes hard science, ie physics, quantiative biology, genetics courses etc.
  • Please keep in mind that last year, we received almost 800 complete applications! This unfortunately makes the acceptance rate very low. We will announce the selected participants 2 to 3 weeks after the deadline.

Applicants must submit a complete on-line application, including pdf uploads of the following:

  • A CV (1 – 2 pages)
  • A motivation letter (maximum 1000 words) describing your academic background, scientific interests, any previous research experience, what you will bring to the program and what you hope to accomplish from attending the summer research program.
  • A short explanation of why you would like to work in the labs that you chose. One or two sentences will be sufficient for each lab.
  • Official copy of the student’s university academic transcript or school official list of classes and grades. (in English or one of the major European languates) up to the moment of the SRP application. (The candidate may translate their transcript her(him)self and have a faculty member sign it to verify its authenticity.)
  • Two e-mail addresses of faculty or instructors who are familiar with the student and are in a position to assess the student’s capabilities and potential for a career in science. If you have had the opportunity to work in a lab, please include a recommendation from the lab head. A link will be sent to the referee shortly afterwards for uploading their recommendation.

Additional Requirements
The intensive nature of the program requires full-time commitment (~40 hours/week) from the participants. All the participants are required to attend all scheduled events and activities related to the program. Therefore, participants may not attend another summer school or commit to other activities during the duration of this program that could interfere with their work. Students must be present the entire length of the program. Most weekends are free for your own enjoyment.

General Info, Housing, Stipend, Visas

  • Up to 25 students are selected from over 750 applicants per year.
  • There is no restriction on nationality.
  • It is free to apply! No cost!
  • A financial compensation for living and housing expenses are provided for all successful candidates.
  • The majority of travel expenses are covered by program sponsors and the School of Life Sciences. Students are asked to make their own travel arrangements and the SRP coordinator will reimburse the amount once the program starts. In general, up to 1,200 CHF for overseas travel and up to 500 CHF for European travel is covered.
  • Housing is provided in the Lausanne area for the duration of the program.
  • Students must ensure that they have a valid health and accident insurance.
  • The working language is English.
  • Some funding is available for excursions and social events

Housing
How will the housing be arranged?
The program coordinator will arrange and pay for the housing out of the stipend. Because it is very difficult to find housing for 25 students in one place, we usually use two lodgings. Students from other programs will also be housed in these buildings. Normally, you have your own single room and share a common living area for cooking and eating. The program coordinator will inform you when your housing assignment is made, how to contact them and where it is located.

Money Matters
When will I receive my stipend?
After your housing as been paid for, the remaining money of your stipend will be paid in two sums: one at the beginning of the program and one in the middle of the program. Housing uses about half of the stipend leaving approximately 1,500 CHF to live on. Students have been able to manage on this amount by being careful. It is advised to bring extra money for weekend travel.

Travel Expenses:
Up to 500 CHF for European travel and up to 1200 CHF for overseas travel will be reimbursed at the beginning of the program. You must have receipts showing the price paid for travel when you arrive at the EPFL.

Visas
You may or may not need a visa depending on your nationality. Since the procedure varies from year to year, the program coordinator and our human resources office will advise you as to what to do once you are admitted to the program.

Deadline for Applications: February 6th 2012

For more information, please visit official website.

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PhD Research Scholarship, Quantifying Uranium Minerals, RMIT University, Australia

Proposed PhD project: Development of new methodologies for quantifying uranium minerals in complex uranium bearing ores

The chemistry involved in extracting uranium from uranium bearing ores is complex due to uranium bearing ores containing a number of different uranium minerals in addition to the other numerous minerals / compounds found in these ore bodies. In order to gain a better understanding of the chemistry of uranium extraction from uranium bearing ores detailed information on the type and quantity of uranium minerals present in feed ores is required. The aforementioned information is however difficult to obtain using current techniques due to uranium minerals usually being found in ores in very low concentrations as very fine grains. In addition the current techniques that are capable of providing the aforementioned information are laborious and expensive and cannot be used for analysing a large number of samples in a short time frame.

The main aim of this research project will be to investigate the development of new methodologies for determining / characterising the uranium minerals found in uranium bearing ores. It will involve studies using a range of instrument techniques including a new microprobe technique recently developed at the CSIRO.

The successful applicant will be based at the City campus of the School of Applied Sciences and will also be required to undertake research at the CSIRO’s laboratories in Clayton.

Value: $27,000 per year (for 3 years).
Eligibility: Open to both local and international students.
How to apply: Contact Professor Suresh Bhargava.
Opening date: Mid 2011
Closing date: March 2012

More information
Top-up Scholarship of up to $10,000 per annum is available to doctoral students who gain an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) scholarship starting in 2012.

For further information please contact Dr James Tardio or Professor Suresh Bhargava.

For more information, please visit official website.

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Beasiswa Beijing Foreign Scholarship, China

Beasiswa Beijing Foreign Scholarship di Capital University of Economics and Business (CUEB)

Pemerintah Kota Beijing menyediakan “Beijing Foreign Student Scholarship” untuk menarik pelajar asing yang berbakat untuk belajar dan melakukan penelitian di Beijing, serta mengembangkan persahabatan dengan warga RRT. Program ini diharapkan lebih lanjut dapat berdampak pada banyak hal seperti pengembangan sosial warga Beijing, politik, ekonomi, budaya, pendidikan dan mewujudkan cita-cita Beijing sebagai kota Metropolitan Internasional, dan mengembangkan daya saing kota Beijing.

Visi, Misi den Strategi Pemerintah Kota Beijing dalam hal pemberian beasiswa untuk peneliti dan pelajar asing, sejalan dengan rencana strategi Capital University of Economics and Business (CUEB) dalam upaya internasionalisasi program pendidikan tingginya. CUEB merupakan Universitas Komprehensif dengan konsentrasi kajian utarna dibidang Ekonomi dan Manajemen dan salah satu universitas yang berkategori “Key University” di RRT yang berlokasi di kawasan Central Bussiness District (CBD) Beijing, dengan jurnlah mahasiswa sekitar 20.000 orang dan 600 mahasiswa asing yang berasal dari 76 negara. CUEB memiliki 34 Program Studi Sarjana, 28 Program Studi Magister, dan 9 Program Studi Doktor. Beberapa Institut Riset berafiliasi dengan CUEB, seperti Institute of Economics, Population Studies, Capital Economy and Real Estate Studies, WTO Research Center.

CUEB menyediakan Beijing Foreign Student Scholarship dengan penjelasan sebagai berikut :
a. Beasiswa Beijing Foreign Student Scholarship:

  1. Beasiswa ini berkategori Partial Scholarship yang hanya meliputi pembebasan biaya kuliah dengan rincian sebagai berikut :
    1. Program Doktor dan Magister, dibebaskan 100% uang kuliah (tuition fee);
    2. Program Sarjana dibebaskan 90% uang kuliah (tuition fee) atau senilai RMB. 20.000,- ;
    3. Program Bahasa dibebaskan 50% uang kuliah (tuition fee) atau senilai RMB. 10.000,-;
  2. Mahasiswa penerima beasiswa (Doktor / Magister / Sarjana) setiap tahunnya akan dilakukan evaluasi hasil belajar, bila tidak memenuhi syarat dan ketentuan akademik beasiswa akan diberhentikan.

b. Beasiswa untuk program Doktor dan Magister dengan durasi beasiswa selama 3 tahun; Beasiswa program Sarjana dengan durasi 4 tahun dan beasiswa program bahasa mandarin dengan durasi selama 1 tahun.

c. Semua perkuliahan akan diberikan dengan bahasa pengantar Bahasa Mandarin, kecuali program Magister bidang Ekonomi akan diberikan dalarn bahasa inggris.

d. Kualifikasi Pelamar:

  1. Pelamar bukan Warga Negara RRC dan dalam kondisi Sehat
  2. Latar belakang pendidikan dan usia:
    1. Kandidat Doktor harus memiliki ijazah Magister dan usia dibawah 55 tahun;
    2. Kandidat Magister harus rnemiliki ijazah Sarjana dan usia dibawah 55 tahun;
    3. Kandidat Sarjana harus memiliki ijazah SMA dan usia dibawah 55 tahun;
    4. Mahasiswa program Bahasa Mandarin harus memiliki ijazah SMA dan usia dibawah 55 tahun;
    5. Kandidat yang sedang mernperoleh beasiswa dari Pemerintah RRT atau Pemerintah RI dan kandidat yang Drop-out tidak termasuk kategori penerima beasiswa.

e. Berkas Lamaran:
Berkas lamaran beasiswa harus dilengkapi dengan dokumen sebagai berikut:

  1. Formulir pendaftaran untuk belajar di CUEB
  2. Salinan ljazah terakhir dan transkrip akademik dalam Bahasa Inggris yang telah dilegalisir
  3. Pelamar yang sudah bekerja, harus menyertakan surat keterangan dari instansi-nya dalam Bahasa Inggris atau Mandarin
  4. Kandidat Doktor dan magister harus menyertakan 2 surat rekomendasi dari Professor atau Associate Professor dalam Bahasa Inggris atau Mandarin.
  5. Membuat Rencana Studi atau penelitian yang ditulis dalam Bahasa Inggris atau Mandarin (minimal 400 kata).
  6. Salinan basil tes kesehatan

f. Semua berkas persyaratan dan formulir pendaftaran dikirimkan ke KBRI Beijing,
alamat: No.4 Dongzhimenwai Dajie Chaoyang District Beijing 100600, PRC, atau melalui email: atdik.beijing@gmail.com / atdik.beijing@yahoo.com. Berkas lamaran harus sudah diterima sebelum tanggal tanggal 28 Nopember 2011 untuk semester Musim Semi, dan sebelum tanggal 28 Mei 2012 untuk semester Musim Gugur.

g. Pengumuman penerima Beasiswa
Kandidat penerima beasiswa akan dikirim admission notice dan formulir pengajuan Visa Belajar di RRT (JW 202) via pos diakhir bulan Juni dan Desember.

For more information, please visit official website.

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Fulbright Presidential Scholarship PhD Program, American Indonesian Exchange Foundation, USA

Preference will be given to applicants who serve as faculty members of state and private institutions of higher education in Indonesia. Applicants will possess:
  • a Master’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.00 (4.00 scale)
  • a determination to take up academic positions in higher education upon their return
  • a minimum institutional TOEFL score of 550 or IELTS score of 6.0

HOW TO APPLY
Candidates should complete the appropriate application forms. Forms are available either by mail or in person at:

American Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF)
CIMB Niaga Plaza 3rd Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 25
Jakarta 12920

Please return your complete application package by the application deadline that includes:

  • Completed application form. This includes a clearly written and concise study objective.
  • Copy of your most recent, less than two years old, institutional 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).

CONTACT INFORMATION
Specific questions regarding the application process may be addressed to the following address: aminef.or.id

AMINEF does not accept email applications. Hard copies must be sent or delivered to AMINEF.

Deadline: 2012-07-30

For more information, please visit official website.

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Biology Scholarships for Overseas Students, University of York, UK

The Department of Biology will award up to five scholarships to overseas students for undergraduate entry in 2012 (or for deferred entry in 2013). Each scholarship is worth £1000 annually for the duration of the course, subject to satisfactory academic progress.

Successful applicants will be required to meet the balance of the costs of their course.

ELIGIBILITY
If you are applying for one of the three-year or four-year Biology or Biology specialist degree programmes, and are liable to pay overseas fees, you are eligible to apply.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Scholarship applications should be made on the Biology Overseas Students Scholarship application form. Scholarship applications will be considered from those who have already applied, or have been accepted, for admission on to the course.

Completed application forms should arrive at the University no later than 22 June 2012, but candidates should apply as early as possible. Late applications may not be considered.

Decisions will be made as soon as possible after the closing date. If a candidate’s admission to the course is dependent on examination results that are not known until a later date, the award of a scholarship will be conditional.

SELECTION
A Departmental Committee is responsible for the selection of award-holders. The Committee will consider each applicant’s academic achievement and potential for academic success, as well as his or her financial circumstances.

RENEWAL OF AWARDS
Providing an award-holder’s fees status remains as overseas, a scholarship will normally be renewed each year for the duration of the course, subject to satisfactory academic progress, including satisfactory tutorial reports and a mark of at least 50% in continuous assessment.

TERMINATION OF AWARDS
A scholarship may be terminated at any time when an unsatisfactory progress report is received by the department, or when an award-holder ceases to be a registered student of the University.

For more information, please visit official website.

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The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP)

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.

Aim NFP
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:

  1. The subject of the programme is gender-oriented (e.g. gender in the programme title);
  2. The programme contains several compulsory modules dealing with gender dimensions;
  3. Gender-oriented modules are available, but not compulsory. The programme content is not explicitly gender-oriented and no attention is paid to gender;
  4. 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 www.nuffic.nl/nfp. 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
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.Link

More information
Up-to-date information can be found at official website. 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.

Read next:

  • The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) for Master Degree at official website
  • The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) for Short Courses at official websiteLink
  • The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) for PhD Studies at official website
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Scholarships for International Students at University of Skövde

The University of Skövde offers scholarships to students attending a Master’s program at our university. The scholarships are tuition fee waivers of SEK 60,000 per year (50% of the tuition fee), and the amount will be deducted from the tuition fee when you receive the invoice. The scholarship granting criterion is academic merits. The scholarship can only be awarded to tuition paying students. Please note that you have to be able to finance the rest of the tuition fee yourself and to cover all the living expenses during your stay in Sweden. If you want to apply for a scholarship at the University of Skövde please fill in the Scholarship Application Form.

Link
Eligibility
Students from all over the world, including non-nominated students from partner universities can apply to an international Master’s program (second cycle) and single subject courses on Basic (first cycle) or Advanced (second cycle) level. Basic requirements for Masters’ program and second cycle courses are a Bachelor degree and proof of English (can vary between countries or universities). Basic requirements for first cycle courses are a completed upper secondary education and proof of English (can vary between countries).

Application Deadline : March 1, 2012


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Kamis, Januari 26, 2012

Musicianship Scholarships, Musicians Institute, USA

Musicianship Scholarships are available to new instrument and vocals students (both US and non-US citizens) enrolling in the Bachelor of Music, Associate of Arts, or Certificate in Performance Programs who demonstrate outstanding musicianship. A total of ten Musicianship Scholarships (two per instrument) are awarded for each new program start. The scholarship is applicable for students enrolled in performance (instrument and vocals) programs only, and may not be transferred to “non-performance program” emphases ( Audio Engineering, Music Business, Independent Artist, Guitar Craft, or Film) within an AA or Bachelor degree.

Eligibility
To be considered for a Musicianship Scholarship, you must submit a completed application including:

  • An essay explaining why you should be considered for the scholarship. 1 page essay describing yourself and why you should be considered as a candidate for this Scholarship. You may include your musical background, aspirations or any other factors that you consider relevant.
  • A video recording displaying your performing skills. Video requirements vary by program. VHS or DVD video which must contain at a minimum: two (2) songs in two (2) different styles in an ensemble setting and one (1) solo piece (a cappella piece for vocalists).

Application deadline: February 24th, 2012

Send your completed scholarship application form and accompanying documents to:

Musicians Institute
Scholarship Department
6752 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

For more information, please visit official website.

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Master Scholarships, Open Society Foundations / Durham University, UK

The Open Society Foundations / University of Durham scholarships aim to provide opportunities for independent postgraduate study in the United Kingdom for students who have demonstrated both academic excellence and the potential to become leaders, decision-makers and opinion formers in their own country. Upon completion of their studies in the UK, scholars are expected to return to their home country to resume their studies or work there. Subject to satisfactory progress, the scholarships lead to the award of a master’s degree.

Scholarships are available for the following master courses:

  • MSc in risk and environmental hazards
  • MA in risk and security
  • MA in risk, health and public policy

Each scholarship provides tuition fees at Durham University, a stipend to cover living costs (for one person only), and return air travel from the scholar’s home country.

Eligibility
The scholarships are open to applicants from Afghanistan, Indonesia, Nepal, and Palestine (Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel are also eligible to apply).

Applicants must:

  • be nationals of, and normally resident in, the selected country during the academic year in which they apply for the award; applicants who are temporarily out of the country (for a total period of less than three consecutive months) may be treated as being resident;
  • display intellectual ability and leadership potential;
  • already hold (or expect to hold by the time of taking up the award) a first degree of an equivalent standard to an upper UK second-class Honours degree;
  • have passed an appropriate English language test by the time of taking up the award. For the Risk Masters this would be an English language test score with overall band score of at least 6.5 in the IELTS test (with a writing score of 7.0 or above and no other element below 6.0) or at least 96 in the TOEFL IBT (Internet Based Test) (with individual components of Writing 27, Speaking 23, Listening 23, Reading 23 or above);
  • return to their home country at the end of their scholarship period to continue their studies / work there.

Preference will be given to applicants who have not previously studied outside of their home country.

Please note that if you have applied, or are applying, for other grants, fellowships or scholarships with the Open Society Foundations you should alert us to this in your application. While you may apply for more than one programme simultaneously, you can be awarded only one Open Society Foundations scholarship or grant for a given period.

Employees, employees’ relatives (or former employees who have left employment less than two years before) of the Educational Advising Centers or local Open Society Foundations representations directly involved in the Open Society Scholarship Programmes administration in the region and the participating universities will not be eligible to apply for these awards.

Guidelines
The University’s application form can be downloaded below or obtained from your local scholarship coordinator or the University of Durham website.

Complete Application Forms and Self Assessment Forms received by the local scholarship coordinator offices by the deadline will be forwarded to the University of Durham. All applications will be considered by an internal university selection panel including the Executive Director of the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience, The Dean of the Graduate School and Internationalization, The Postgraduate Admissions Tutor for the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience and the International Partnerships Manager.

Short-listed applicants will be invited for an interview in their home country in April/May 2012. You must be available for interview during this period. Those who successfully pass the interview stage will be invited to take an English language test in their home country where/if necessary. You will be informed by your local scholarship coordinators in March 2012 whether you have been shortlisted or not.

Interviews will be carried out by representatives of Open Society Foundations and the Durham University where possible. The final awards will be decided jointly by the University and OSF. Candidates will be informed by early June.

Please note that all successful applicants will be expected to attend a one-month preparatory academic writing summer school in August 2012. The Open Society Scholarship Programmes Pre-Academic Summer Programme is designed to prepare Open Society Scholarship Programmes grantees for a successful academic experience in the UK.

Successful applicants will be provided with the opportunity to refine their research and writing skills through intensive courses in academic writing and social sciences. The exact date and location of the summer school will be available at a later stage in the selection process.

Deadline: February 14, 2012

Contact
Please make use of all of the written documentation available to you including these guidance notes and the information available on the university web pages.

If you have any queries about these guidance notes, then you should contact:

  • Your local scholarship coordinator
  • Kate Sharples, University of Durham
    Fax or e-mail only:
    Fax: +44 (0)191 334 6134
    E-mail: k.e.sharples@durham.ac.uk
  • Emese Kovacs, Open Society Foundations
    Fax or e-mail only:
    Fax: +44 (0)207 031 0201
    E-mail: emese.kovacs@osf-eu.org

If you have any academic questions, please direct them to the academic staff listed below:

Please note that you do not need to apply directly to the University for admission in addition to this scholarship. Your scholarship application will also act as your academic programme application.

Please keep a copy of your completed application form for your reference.

Applicants are required to submit 2 copies of the application package to their local scholarship coordinator office. Please do not send original documents at this stage. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

For applicants from Palestine, please submit your applications directly to:

Ms Kate Sharples
Durham University
University Office
Old Elvet
Durham, DH1 3HP
United Kingdom
Fax: +44 (0)191 334 6134
Email: osf.scholarships@durham.ac.uk

For more information, please visit official website.

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HIV and Drug Use Research Fellowship, Switzerland

With the support of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the International AIDS Society (IAS) has established a research fellowship programme focusing on HIV and drug use, with the goal of contributing to advances in the scientific understanding of drug use and HIV, while fostering international collaborative research on HIV and drug use.

The fellowship programme is awarded as a stipend of US$75,000 in two categories: to a junior scientist for 18-month post-doctoral training, or to a well-established HIV researcher for an eight-month-long professional development training at leading host institutes excelling in HIV-related drug use research.

In 2011, three fellowships have been awarded. The fellows and their mentors have been invited to attend the 6th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention (IAS 2011) in Rome, Italy, on 17-20 July 2011, where the awards ceremony took place.

Eligibility
Post-doctoral training: Junior investigators with a doctoral degree (e.g., PhD, MD) obtained no more than six years before the time of application in the fields of behavioural and social sciences, biological sciences, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, medicine, physics or public health (other disciplines may also be considered) are eligible. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree or equivalent before the start of the fellowship, but not necessarily when applying. Medical doctors who obtained a MD degree no more than eight years ago and who do not have extended research experience can be allowed to apply to a post-doctoral fellowship. They should contact ResearchPromotion@iasociety.org to check their eligibility.

Professional development training: The fellowship is geared towards well-established HIV or drug use scientists who are not currently active in the field of HIV-related drug use research, with a minimum of seven years’ experience beyond post-doctoral level, and with a documented scientific record that includes peer-reviewed publications.

  • Applications are encouraged from any country, but preference will be given to applicants from low- and middle-income countries. As there are numerous national opportunities for research training within the US, applications from US citizens and permanent residents for fellowships within the US will not be accepted.
  • All applicants must choose a mentor in an institution different from their current institution.
  • Applicants must be able to start their fellowships before 1 June 2013.
  • Applications must be completed in English.

Application
Applications for the 2012 programme must be submitted by the prospective fellow through the online application form that will be available on the IAS website from 8 December 2011 until 10 February 2012 (until midnight CET). Please read the application guidelines before applying online. Applicants will be asked to detail their research goals, provide an abstract of their proposed project, and write a research plan for the duration of their fellowship. The research project must be related to HIV and drug use, e.g., narcotics and alcohol.

Applicants must have chosen an appropriate mentor who holds an established post for the duration of the fellowship and has a track record in research and training in HIV and drug use. Applicants must confirm that the host institute and the mentor can guarantee that space and facilities will be made available for the prospective fellow if he/she is successful in obtaining the fellowship.

After the applicant submits his/her application, the mentor must then complete his/her part of the application, specifying the support that he/she will provide to the applicant, and assess the impact that the fellowship will have on the applicant’s future career.

Selection
Applications are screened by the IAS to ensure that they are complete and eligible. All eligible applications will be independently assessed by at least two external experts.

Once applications have been reviewed, based on the reviewers’ assessments, the fellows will be selected. Selection is based on grades, reviewers’ comments, and the maximum impact each fellowship would bring to the treatment and/or prevention of HIV/AIDS and drug use, as well as to collective capacity building in the recipient’s home country.

The outcome of the selection will be made public approximately 10 weeks after the closing date. Fellows will be immediately notified by email. The fellowships must be started any time between 1 August 2012 and 1 June 2013.

Conditions
Duration: Fellowships must be served continuously for the duration of the award. Fellows must start their research before 1 June 2013.

Terms: The award of US$75,000 will be made available to the host institution, which will provide the stipend to the fellow in accordance with its usual regulatory procedures. The stipend may cover only the cost of living, personal expenses (e.g., health and accident insurance) and one return journey to the country of origin during the fellowship period. The stipend may not be supplemented with funds from the NIH or any other US federal agency or another fellowship, regardless of the source. The fellow may receive supplemental support from other sources, providing that the additional funds do not impose a service and do not exceed a maximum of US $10,000 per year.

Work permit: The mentor and the host institution are responsible for supporting the fellow in obtaining the necessary visa and work permit, insurance and ethical approval to conduct his/her research in accordance with national requirements and the host institution’s regulatory procedures.

Reporting: Fellows and mentors must provide intermediary progress reports to the IAS every six months during the fellowship period, based on the template they will receive, as well as a final fellowship report, including an expenses report.

Mentors List
All fellows are required to choose a mentor in an institution different from their current institution, who holds an established post for the duration of the fellowship and has a track record in research and training in HIV and drug use. In order to facilitate the apLinkplication process and to encourage international candidates, IAS and NIDA are providing for the first time a list of potential mentors. The list will serve as orientation to prospective fellows, who will choose and approach an available mentor in their field to discuss the possibility of a mentorship for a specific research project.

Any questions may be directed to ResearchPromotion@iasociety.org.

For more information, please visit official website.

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University of Twente Scholarship for Master, Netherlands

University Twente Scholarships (UTS) are scholarships for excellent students from non-EEA countries, applying for a graduate programme (MSc) at the University of Twente.

Field of study

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Applied Physics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Business Administration
  • Business Information Technology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering and Management
  • Communication Studies
  • Computer Science
  • Construction Management and Engineering
  • Educational Science and Technology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Embedded Systems
  • European Studies
  • Health Sciences
  • Human Media Interaction
  • Industrial Design Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering and Management
  • Environmental and Energy Management
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Nanotechnology
  • Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society
  • Public Administration,
  • Science Education and Communication
  • Sustainable Energy Technology
  • Systems and Control
  • Telematics

Level of study: Master
Country of origin: Non-EU/EEA countries

Requirements for application
To qualify for a UTS, candidates must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Have been admitted to one of the above mentioned graduate programmes at University of Twente before December 15 for round 1 or March 15 for round 2
  • Have graduated with excellent results in their (under-)graduate programme, where excellency is based on overall CGPA
  • Comply with the conditions to obtain a Dutch visa at official website
  • Comply with the overall English language test norm Academic IELTS 6.5 (or TOEFL iBT of 90) and an additional 6.0 (TOEFL iBT 20) on the subscore of speaking skills
  • Have the nationality from a non-EU/EEA country and not being eligible for a Dutch study grant
  • Have finished a possible pre-master at the University of Twente
  • Students who are not directly admitted to a master, but will start a ‘pre-master’ programme can already apply for a UTS. If they do not finish the pre-master with a CGPA of 7,5 out of 10, they cannot be granted UTS. They must also comply with above mentioned requirements for UTS, including English language test scores.

Deadline for application: 15 December and 15 March each year.

Scholarship amount
There are two possible UTS amounts for one year study programmes and two for two year study programmes. The student can only chose and apply for one of these. The amounts stated are given per year of study.

The scholarship amounts from which the student will chose by application are

  1. 22.500 € two year master programme
  2. 20.000 € one year master programme
  3. 12.500 € two year master programme
  4. 10.000 € one year master programme

exception on these amounts are made for the two year study programme Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society, a non-technical study, for which the following scholarship amounts to be chosen from: large scholarship = 20.000 € small = 10.000 €

Application information
You can only be nominated for a UTS by your faculty, and on condition you are (provisionally) admitted to the MSc programme you registered for.

To obtain the application form please send an email to scholarship[at]so.utwente.nl with the following information:

  • your name and student number
  • the Master programme you are admitted to
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Master & PhD Scholarships, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) offers programs leading to M.S., Ph.D. and integrated M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Students are expected to maintain full-time student status and continuous registration until completion of all requirements. It normally takes two years to finish an M.S. program and four years for a Ph.D. program. For a Master’s degree, students take a maximum of three years to complete their degree. For integrated M.S. and Ph.D. program, students have a maximum of eight years to complete their degree. Ph.D. students have a maximum of seven years to complete their degree.

Full-tuition Scholarship
All GIST students are awarded full-tuition scholarship for two years of M.S. program and for four years of Ph.D. program.

Monthly Stipends
All GIST students receive stipends throughout two years for M.S. program, and four years for Ph.D. program. Students are required to maintain full-time status. M.S. students receive monthly stipends of 220,000 won and 250,000 won for Ph.D. students. International students with GPA 3.0 or above may be given an additional 120,000 won as an international student support stipend.

Free Dormitory Housing
GIST provides all students with on-campus dormitory housing free of charge, monthly utility fees of 30,000 won will be deducted from your monthly stipends. GIST also has apartments for married students which charge a resident for rent and utilities.

Experiment Costs
For M.S. students, up to 229,900 won per year may be reimbursed of the amount incurred for research experiments, and up to 270,600 won per year for Ph.D. students, with the approval of their academic advisor.

Thesis / Dissertation Research Expenses
Expenses associated with a student’s research for the M.S. thesis may be reimbursed up to 511,000 won per year, and 901,250 won per year for the doctoral dissertation, with the approval of their academic advisor.

Research Assistantships
Research assistantships are available for qualified students working on funded projects. Students who are granted assistantships well be paid according to their work hours and degree of participation in the project.

Medical Insurance Fees
For international students, 60% of the Korean National Health Insurance fee is supported by GIST. For students receiving Korean Government IT scholarships, however, 30% of the Korean National Health Insurance fee is supported by GIST.

How to apply?
First, all applicants must connect to our Online Application System. (http://adm.gist.ac.kr/foreigner/)
Secondly, mail all required documents to GIST.

Application Deadlines
The application deadline for the fall admission is April 15 and for spring admission, October 15. Late applications will be considered for the subsequent semester. In order to be considered for admission, official English test results should reach us before the deadline. English scores more than two years old are not accepted.

Do I need to submit a TOEFL score?
Because English is the medium of instruction at GIST and success in graduate study depends on English language competency, official English test results must be presented by applicants who are not native born citizens of Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the USA as part of their applications.

Applicants holding bachelors or advanced degrees from accredited institutions in one of the countries listed above may be exempted from English requirements with prior approval of GIST.

English Requirements
In general, the minimum score for acceptance into our graduate programs is 550 of PBT, 213 of CBT or 80 of iBT. We also accept the score of IELTS, TOEIC and TEPS when the applicant doesn’t have TOEFL score. The minimum score for acceptance is 6.5 of IELTS, 750 of TOEIC and 680 of TEPS.

Conditional Admission
Applicants from countries that do not offer official English tests (TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC or TEPS) or other applicants for whom it is not possible to take such tests owing to unavoidable circumstances (including schedule conflicts or excessive economic burden not including the exam fees) may be permitted to apply for admission to the Institute and may be given conditional admission. Conditional admission requires one or more of the following criteria:

  1. If the applicant submits documentation related to English proficiency issued by the President and Dean of the last school attended.
  2. If the applicant passes an English proficiency evaluation in a face to face interview administered by an English lecturer from the Institute, or a selection committee member during an academic event held by the Institute such as overseas symposiums.

Students admitted to GIST with conditional admission must, within 6 months from the date of admission, submit official English test results that meet the application criteria of the Institute. We strongly recommend that you obtain a recommended English test score because Korea Immigration Service may require an English or Korean Test score for VISA application.

Degree Verification
You will take full responsibility for the accuracy of the documentation that you provide. In the event that any academic information that you submitted is found to be false or to contain inaccurate statements, your admission to GIST will be cancelled.

In order for us to order a degree verification, please include the following information:

Degree Information

  • complete name including any former names
  • awarded degree title
  • year/date degree was awarded
  • university ID number

University Registrar Information

  • University Registrar’s name and official title
  • University Registrar’s e-mail address and phone number

Application Review Process

  • Applications are accepted year-round.
  • Professors of the admissions committee in each school or department will review all documents.
  • If necessary, an oral interview may be required.?
  • Note: You MUST submit the Application Form online and mail all required documents to GIST.
  • You may check the Application Status and the Final Decision online.

For more information, please visit official website.

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Program Kelas Karyawan Fakultas Hukum Universitas Azzahra Jakarta

Program Kelas Karyawan Fakultas Hukum Universitas Azzahra mempunyai 2 Konsentrasi yang dapat dipilih oleh mahasiswa, yaitu

1. KONSENTRASI PRAKTISI HUKUM
(Akreditasi BAN-PT: B)
Bertujuan menghasilkan Sarjana Hukum yang kompeten di bidangnya , mampu beracara di pengadilan dan menjadi lawyer yang amanah, profesional, modern, cerdas serta berwawasan global.

2. KONSENTRASI HUKUM BISNIS
(Akreditasi BAN-PT: B) 
Bertujuan menghasilkan Sarjana Hukum yang kompeten di bidangnya , khususnya bidang hukum bisnis atau hukum perdata. Mampu beracara di pengadila n untuk kasus perdata, menjadi lawyer serta konsultan hukum bisnis yang amanah, profesional, modern, cerdas, serta berwawasan global.

SYARAT MAHASISWA:
Syarat untuk menjadi mahasiswa adalah:
  1. Lulusan SMU, SMA, SMK dan STM seluruh jurusan
  2. Tidak dibatasi tahun kelulusan
Info lengkap klik disini
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Rabu, Januari 25, 2012

New Zealand ASEAN Scholars Awards

The New Zealand-ASEAN Scholar Awards are funded by the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government’s international development programme. They are managed by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

These awards empower individuals with the knowledge, skills and qualifications to contribute to economic, social and political development within ASEAN nations.

The New Zealand-ASEAN Scholar Awards recognise New Zealand’s close cultural, economic, and geographic ties with South-east Asia. They seek to empower individuals to contribute to the economic, social, and political development of their countries.

What the scholarship offers
New Zealand has first-rate education institutions that offer world-recognised qualifications. Successful applicants will have access to excellent academic knowledge in quality facilities.

Scholarships include financial support for tuition, living costs while in New Zealand, an establishment allowance on arrival in New Zealand, and return airfares.

The partners of students are eligible for a work visa that allows them to live and work in New Zealand for the duration of their partner’s study.

Eligible countries
Applications for New Zealand-ASEAN Scholar Awards are welcome from the following countries.

  • Cambodia
  • Indonesia
  • Lao PDR
  • Burma
  • Philippines
  • Vietnam

General eligibility criteria
The New Zealand-ASEAN Scholars Awards are open to candidates from the public and private sector including civil society, university lecturers, development-focused organisations and charitable foundations.

To be eligible, you must:

  • be a citizen of one of the eligible countries and have resided in that country for at least two years at the time of application
  • not have citizenship/permanent residence status for New Zealand or Australia
  • not be married or engaged to be married to a person who holds New Zealand or Australian citizenship or permanent residence status
  • not hold or have held a New Zealand Government or Australia Government scholarship in the preceding 24 months at the time of application
  • not be seeking support for a degree programme already commenced
  • not hold a qualification at a similar level or in a similar field of study at similar level (this means holders of bachelor degrees should apply for Masters or PhD and Masters graduates should apply for PhD study)
  • be available to take up the scholarships in the calendar year for which the scholarship is offered
  • hold a bachelor degree of strong academic merit that is relevant to the proposed post graduate qualification
  • have a minimum IELTS (academic) results of 5.5 overall, with no band less than 5.0 and results to be no older than 24 months at time of application
  • satisfy the admission requirements of the New Zealand institution in which the degree programme is to be undertaken, including that institution’s English language criteria.

Preference will be given to applicants whose study focuses on the priority sectors identified by each country. Please see country information pages listed above for more information about these priorities.

Preference will also be given to applicants under 40 years of age.

English language requirements
New Zealand tertiary education institutions set their own admission requirements for English language proficiency. All applicants should check the IELTS (International English Language Testing System, academic stream) or TOEFL (Testing of English as a Foreign Language) score required for admission to their selected New Zealand education institution. As a guide, most New Zealand education institutions require a minimum IELTS score of 6.5, with no band less than 6.0, for postgraduate level study. Some postgraduate qualifications may require a higher score.

Candidates must provide the original copy of their IELTS or TOEFL exam result as a pre-condition of placement. Results must be no older than 24 months at the time of the scholarship start date.

Candidates who show particularly strong developmental relevance and applicability may be able to receive three months’ English language training in New Zealand prior to starting their main academic qualification. Candidates with IELTS of 6.0 overall, with no band less than 5.5, should therefore still consider applying.

Application process
Application processes and timelines can vary depending on the country. For information about the application process please see the scholarship information page for your home country.

Terms and conditions
All applicants who are offered a New Zealand-ASEAN Scholars Awards will be required to sign a contract with the New Zealand Government declaring they will comply with the terms and conditions of the scholarship.

All awardees are required to return to their home country for a minimum period of two years following completion of their scholarship in order to contribute to their country’s economic and social development.

For more information, please visit official website.

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Master Scholarships for International Students, University of Skövde, Sweden

The University of Skövde offers scholarships to students attending a Master’s programme at our university. The scholarships are tuition fee waivers of SEK 60 000 / year (50% of the tuition fee), and the amount will be deducted from the tuition fee when you receive the invoice. The scholarship granting criterion is academic merits. The scholarship can only be awarded to tuition paying students. Please note that you have to be able to finance the rest of the tuition fee yourself and to cover all the living expenses during your stay in Sweden.

If you want to apply for a scholarship at the University of Skövde please fill in the Scholarship Application Form. Please read the information below with the list of countries (categories 1 and 2) before you apply for a scholarship.

The scholarship applications for the academic year 2012-2013 will be analysed in two batches according to the following dates:

  1. Scholarship applications received until March 1st, 2012
  2. Scholarship applications received from March 2nd until May 15th, 2012

We will not accept scholarship applications for the academic year 2012-2013 after May 15th, 2012.

The results of the first batch of applications will be announced on March 20th, 2012 and the second one on May 31st, 2012.

The students who apply until March 1st and are not awarded a scholarship in the first batch will have their applications reanalysed in the second batch.

Please note: students from Category 1 (see list below) can only apply for the Swedish Institute Study Scholarship, while students from Category 2 (see list below) can apply to both the scholarships from the University of Skövde and the Swedish Institute Study Scholarship.

Category 1: Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.

Category 2: Candidates with citizenship from countries on the DAC list of ODA recipients, except the ones listed on Category 1 and the other following exceptions: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine.

For more information, please visit official website.

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Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Doctoral Scholarship, United Arab Emirates

The Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Scholarship encourages scholars from a wide range of disciplines and professional fields to undertake research towards informing policy making in the United Arab Emirates. The Scholarship is open to Ph.D. students from all nationalities studying at an accredited university in the UAE or abroad.

The Scholarship financially supports doctoral candidates in the research phase of their dissertation. In its initial phase, two awards are granted annually for applied research projects to be conducted in the UAE. The Scholarship covers all student expenses, including return airfares from the country of origin, accommodation in the UAE for the duration of research and a stipend to cover cost of living and assistance with the research.

OBJECTIVES
The Scholarship provides the opportunity for distinguished university graduate researchers to utilize their potentials in providing cutting edge applied research.

Further, it fosters high quality research and develops the research capacity in the region whilst promoting cross-cultural exchange and cooperation between highly recognized universities world wide and national institutions in the UAE.

ELIGIBILITY
Applicants must be candidates for the doctoral degree at an accredited graduate institution wishing to participate in field research for their dissertation. Applicants may not be on probation, suspension or other provisional registration and must have English proficiency with a minimum score

SELECTION CRITERIA
The Scholarship is awarded based on merit as measured by academic performance and relevance of research proposal. The applicant’s intended field of study is also considered in the evaluation process with preference given to those candidates pursuing a degree in education or a directly related field of study. The Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation Directors and Advisory Board serve as the evaluation and selection committee.

APPLICATION PROCESS
In order to apply online, you will need the following documents:

  • The latest available official transcript and transcripts of completed degrees
  • A resume outlining educational background, work experience, co-curricular and extracurricular activities
  • A copy of the approved research proposal or preliminary proposal
  • A two page essay outlining the reason/s why the candidate is interested in the scholarships
  • Two letters of reference that address the suitability of the candidate. One letter must be from the candidate’s doctoral advisor and the other should be from another academic and must indicate the nature of the relationship with the candidate and the length of time of the relationship

All materials submitted for consideration will automatically become the property of the Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research and will not be returned to the sender.

APPLICATION DEADLINELink
The application deadline for the 2011-2012 Doctoral Research Scholarship has now passed. We are currently accepting applications for the 2012-2013 academic year. Applications will be open until June 30, 2012.

For more information, please visit official website.

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Catherine McAuley Scholarship

This scholarship is an endowed scholarship established in 2006 by the Sisters of Mercy in Queensland to honour Sister Catherine McAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy, and in recognition of the predecessor college McAuley College.


Reward & Eligibility

1. The Scholarship will have a value of $2,500 per annum for the length of the recipients course.

2. The Scholarship will be open to commencing students enrolled for any undergraduate course (other than the Bachelor of Theology) at the Brisbane campus of the University. Preference will be given to applicants who are socially and economically disadvantaged, Indigenous students and students from rural and regional areas.

One Scholarship may be awarded each year on the recommendation of a Selection Committee consisting of the Deputy-Vice-Chancellor having responsibility for the Brisbane campus, the Deputy-Vice-Chancellor (Students and Learning), a representative from the Sisters of Mercy in Queensland, and Director, Marketing and External Relations.

Application Deadline: 18 Mar 2012


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Selasa, Januari 24, 2012

Bachelor, Master and PhD Scholarships for International Students, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Germany

Germany or the EU (regional focus: Central and Eastern Europe)
  • all subjects

• Applicants must provide proof that they have been accepted as a doctoral student by a German institution of higher education.
• Preference will be given to dissertation projects related to the working areas of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
• Proficiency in German is a requirement.

B) By 1 March 2012 (postmarked) applications can be submitted by:

1. German students and students who have received their university entrance qualification from a German school (‘Bildungsinländer_innen’) pursuing their FIRST university degree

  • all subjects; university, university of applied sciences (‘Fachhochschule’), or university of the arts (‘Kunsthochschule’)
  • degrees: Bachelor’s, Diploma or State Examination

• You can apply for a scholarship before you begin your studies or within the first three semesters (at the time of application).

2. German students and students who have received their university entrance qualification from a German school (‘Bildungsinländer_innen’) and are studying a MINT subject (mathematics, informatics, natural sciences, or technical subjects), especially with an environmental focus (e.g. climate studies, renewable energies etc.)

  • all subjects; university or university of applied sciences;
  • degree: Master’s (you must already have obtained a first university degree)

• You can apply before you begin your Master’s programme or within the first semester (at the time of application).

3. Students from the EU (regional focus: Central and Eastern Europe)

  • all subjects; university, university of applied sciences (‘Fachhochschule’), or university of the arts (‘Kunsthochschule’);
  • degree: Master’s (you must already have obtained a first university degree)

• You can apply before you begin your Master’s programme or within the first semester (at the time of application).
• Proficiency in German is a requirement.

4. Students from outside the EU (regional focus: Central and Eastern Europe, CIS, Middle East, conflict regions around the globe)

  • all subjects; university, university of applied sciences (‘Fachhochschule’), or university of the arts (‘Kunsthochschule’);
  • degree: Master’s (you must already have obtained a first university degree)

• You can apply before you begin your Master’s programme or within the first semester (at the time of application).
• Basic knowledge of German is a requirement (if a scholarship is granted, additional German courses can be financed).

5. Doctoral students coming from countries outside the EU wishing to do their PhD studies in Germany (regional focus: Central and Eastern Europe, CIS, Middle East, conflict regions around the globe)

  • all subjects

• Applicants must provide proof that they have been accepted as a doctoral student by a German institution of higher education.
• Preference will be given to dissertation projects related to the working areas of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
• Basic knowledge of German is a requirement (if a scholarship is granted, additional German courses can be financed).

Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung
Studienwerk
Schumannstr. 8
10117 Berlin
E-Mail: studienwerk@boell.de
Fax: 030/285 34-409
Office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10:00 to 13:00 h

For more information, please visit official website.

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Master and PhD Scholarships, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

KFUPM currently offers 32 Master Programs and 11 Doctorate Programs in 27 different disciplines.

Introduction
We welcome outstanding and talented prospective graduate students from around the nation and the world to apply for Graduate Studies. Besides national students, KFUPM currently has international graduate students from 28 different nationalities. This adds to the richness & diversity of the academic and research environment at KFUPM.

The University currently offers 32 Master programs and 11 Doctoral programs in a full range of traditional disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary programs that anticipate market trends and respond to national needs. KFUPM provides full MS and PhD scholarships for distinguished graduate applicants who demonstrate high potential for conducting original research in the fields of Engineering, Sciences and Business.

Online Application
All graduate admissions are administered by the Deanship of Graduate Studies (DGS). Candidates who intend to enroll in graduate programs at the University need to submit an online application available on the website of DGS on the link official website . The online application is available only during the application periods according to the posted application deadlines on the link official website . The graduate admission is open twice a year for the two semesters: The Fall Term (usually starting in September) and the Spring Term (usually starting in February).

After submission of the online application, mandatory documents need to be uploaded through the Upload System using the same Login ID and PIN created for the online application using this link at official website.

Mandatory documents for application (without which application will not be processed)

  • Copy of identification (National ID for Saudi nationals / Passport for international applicants / Iqama for residents of Saudi Arabia).
  • Complete official transcripts for BS degree and MS degree (if applying to PhD).
  • Statement-of-Purpose (a one-page essay focusing on career and research goals).
  • Recommendation Letters from 3 Professors through the online recommendation system after submitting the online application.
  • GMAT scores for MBA program (for international applicants).

Other supporting documents (needed for final admission decision)

  • Certificates for BS degree and MS degree (if applying to PhD).
  • TOEFL score (min. is 68 iBT for MS and 79 iBT for PhD).
  • Acceptable GRE General score (min. Quant. is 700, min. Analytical is 3.0).
  • Upon approval, original/certified copies of degree certificate(s) and transcript(s) are to be sent through postal mail.

Application Deadlines
The online application is available only during the application periods according to the posted application deadlines on the link official website.

Distinguished Partnership of KFUPM with International Institutions
KFUPM has very strong collaborative partnership on conducting innovative research with the following international institutions:

  • MIT: Clean Water and Clean Energy research.
  • Stanford: Oil and Gas research.
  • California Institute of Technology (Caltech): Refining and Petrochemicals research.
  • Technical University of Munich: Refining and Petrochemicals research.
  • Cambridge University: Oil and Gas research.
  • KAUST: Many research disciplines in Engineering and Sciences.
  • Saudi Aramco (the largest oil company worldwide): Many research disciplines.
  • SABIC (one of the petrochemical companies worldwide): Refining, Petrochemical and Polymers research.

Many other world-class universities and industries on different research fields.

Centers for Research Excellence at KFUPM
To provide extreme support for research in areas of excellence, KFUPM has established the following Centers for Research Excellence:

  • KFUPM-MIT Collaboration Center on Clean Water and Clean Energy (official website).
  • National Center of Research Excellence on Nanotechnology (official website).
  • National Center of Research Excellence on Renewable Energy (official website).
  • National Center of Research Excellence on Refining and Petrochemicals (official website).
  • National Center of Research Excellence on Corrosion (official website).
  • Center in Development on Transformative Research in Petrochemicals and Polymers (official website).
  • Center of Excellence on Maintenance (http://se.ikfupm.com/department/ce/ceim/).
  • Center of Excellence on Supply Chain Management (official website).
  • National Technology Innovation Center on Carbon Capture.

Graduate Scholarships:
Two types of assistantships are offered to enrolled Master students:

  1. Graduate Assistantship: Open to exceptional Saudi Graduate Assistants continuing MS degrees at KFUPM, who display outstanding performance in their Bachelor education.
  2. Research Assistantship: Open to national and international Master students, whose performance is exceptional in their Bachelor education.

Two types of lectureships are offered to enrolled Ph.D. students:

  1. Lecturer: Open to exceptional Saudi Lecturers continuing Ph.D. degrees at KFUPM, who perform excellent in their Bachelor & Master education.
  2. Lecturer-B: Open to national and international exceptional Ph.D. students, whose performance is exceptional in their Bachelor & Master education.

Part-Time Education
Like most reputed international universities, KFUPM also offers this flexible opportunity to working individuals who are interested to pursue higher studies. Such students are charged a modest tuition fee. This prospect is limited to the nationals and residents of the Kingdom.

Contacts:
If there are any questions or further clarifications are required, please feel free to contact the Deanship of Graduate Studies at gs-admissions@kfupm.edu.sa or Telephone: +966-3-860-2800, or check our official website website

For more information, please visit official website.

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Master Scholarships in Law, Netherlands

Delft Unesco-IHE
P.O. Box 3015, 2601 DA Delft, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)15-2151715 Fax: 31 – (0)15-2122921
E-mail: info@unesco-ihe.org Internet.

MSc in Water Conflict Management

  • Leading to: MSc
  • Course duration: 18,5 months
  • Next course begins: 18 October 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: BSc degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant field from a recognised university
  • Professional requirements: 2 to 3 years of relevant working experience
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Erasmus University Rotterdam
School of Law
P.O. Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)10-4089764 Fax: 31 – (0)10-4530309
E-mail: informationdesk.llm@law.eur.nl Internet.

Commercial Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: LL.B
  • Other requirements: Applicants must show background knowledge on commercial law.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-orientedLink

Erasmus University Rotterdam
P.O. Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)10-4089764 Fax: 31 – (0)10-4530309
E-mail: informationdesk.llm@law.eur.nl Internet.

European Master in Law and Economics

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: At least BSc (economics), LLB (law) or another relevant university bachelor; MSc (economics), LLM (law) or another relevant master by preference.
  • Professional requirements: Pre-education must be enough to qualify for employability in the relevant labour market.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

International and European Public law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Law degree from a recognised university. Basic knowledge of Int. and EU law. If not, specific literature will be assigned.
  • Professional requirements: Recommended but not necessary.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Erasmus University Rotterdam
School of Law
P.O. Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)10-4089764 Fax: 31 – (0)10-4530309
E-mail: informationdesk.llm@law.eur.nl Internet

Postgraduate Master’s in Business, Corporate and Maritime Law

  • Leading to: MA
  • Course duration: 10 months
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Law degree from a recognized university entitling access to the legal profession in home country.
  • Professional requirements: Recommended but not necessary.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

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

Advanced Studies in Air and Space Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • 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: A full law degree (offering access to legal practice) with sufficient knowledge of int. law. See offical website for details.
  • Professional requirements: Recommended.
  • Other requirements: In addition, students must take or already have taken introductory courses in European Law, Competition Law and International Organisations.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Advanced Studies in European and International Business Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • 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: A law degree
  • Other requirements: Admission is limited to a selected number of students who fulfill the requirements to pursue studies at the highest standard
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Advanced Studies in International Tax Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • 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: A law degree or a master’s degree in economics, accounting or business administration (a legal orientation and at least one substantive tax course).
  • Professional requirements: Recommended.
  • Other requirements: Admission is limited to a selected number of students who fulfill the requirements to pursue studies at the highest standard
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Advanced Studies in Public International Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • 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: Master in Law. In rare cases, applicants without this qualification but with significant experience/knowledge in Public International Law are considered.
  • Professional requirements: No professional experience is required.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Law: European Law Specialisation

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012; 1 February 2013
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012; 1 February 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012; 1 May 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor in Law
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Law: Public International Law (Specialisation)

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012; 1 February 2013
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012; 1 February 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012; 1 May 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor in Law.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Maastricht University
P.O. Box 616, 6200 MD Maastricht, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)43-3885388 Fax: 31 – (0)43-3884891
E-mail: study@maastrichtuniversity.nl
Internet: http://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/web/Faculties/FL.htm

Advanced Master in International and European Economic Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Master’s degree in law or related fields such as economics, political science or international relations.
  • Professional requirements: A few years of relevant professional experience ins required in case applicants have only obtained a bacehlor degree.
  • Other requirements: Grade list: certified competences: languagetest: grade average.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

European Law School

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: LL.B
  • Other requirements: Entry test: Entrance exam in European / international law for students other than ELS bachelor.
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

Maastricht University
Faculty of Law
P.O. Box 616, 6200 MD Maastricht, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)43-3885388 Fax: 31 – (0)43-3884891
E-mail: study@maastrichtuniversity.nl
Internet.

Globalisation and Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor’s in European Law School
  • Other requirements: Entry test: Entrance exam in European / international law for students with a nonlaw bachelor diploma.
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

Intenational and European Tax Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012; 1 February 2013
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012; 24 April 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012; 1 May 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor’s degree.
  • Other requirements: Certified competences: entry test: additionalsubject: gradelist: languagetest.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

International Laws

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 2 years
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Law.
  • Other requirements: Entry test: exam in European / international law certified competences: certified bachelor diploma
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

Radboud University Nijmegen
Faculty of Law
P.O. Box 9049, 6500 KK Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)24-3612307 Fax: 31 – (0)24-3616145
E-mail: socrates@jur.ru.nl
Internet.

European Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor’s degree in law or equivalent.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Tilburg University
Tilburg Law School
P.O. Box 90153, 5000 LE TILBURG, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 (0) 13-4662211
E-mail: Internet: www.uvt.nl

International and European Public Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: An undergraduate university-level degre in law, political sciences, or European Studies
  • Other requirements: Written request: language test: grade list
  • Gender category: 2. Contains compulsory modules dealing with gender

International Business Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: An undergraduate university-level degre in law
  • Other requirements: Written request: language test: grade list
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

University of Amsterdam
Faculty of Law / Amsterdam Law School (ALS)
P.O. Box 1030, 1000 BA Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)20-5253359
E-mail: als-fdr@uva.nl Internet.

European Private Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Basic knowledge of European law is required
  • Other requirements: Written request: 2 letters of reference should be enclosed in the application file
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

University of Amsterdam
Faculty of Law
P.O. Box 1030, 1000 BA Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)20-5253359
E-mail: als-fdr@uva.nl Internet.

International and European Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Basic knowledge of European law is required
  • Other requirements: Written request: 2 letters of reference should be enclosed in the application file
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Public International Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 2 years
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Grade average: an average grade of at least 7,5 (on a scale of 1-10)
  • Other requirements: Written request: Letter of motivation, two letters of recommendation, a copy of a paper on a legal subject gradeaverag, an average grade of at least 7,5 (on a scale of 1-10)
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

University of Groningen
Faculty of Law
P.O. Box 716, 9700 AS Groningen, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)50-3635620 Fax: 31 – (0)50-3637233
E-mail: noha@rug.nl Internet.

Criminal Law and Criminology

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: LL.B. or equivalent.
  • Other requirements: Letter of motivation; two academic references; curriculum vitae. gradeaverage: GPA of 2.75/4, 3.5/5, 7/10, 70/100.
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

European Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: LL.B. or equivalent.
  • Other requirements: Grade average: GPA of 2.75/4, 3.5/5, 7/10, 70/100 Letter of motivation; two academic references; curriculum vitae.
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

International and Comparative Private Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: LL.B. or equivalent.
  • Other requirements: grade average: GPA of 2.75/4, 3.5/5, 7/10, 70/100 languagetest: Letter of motivation; two academic references; curriculum vitae.
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

International Economic and Business Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: LL.B. or equivalent.
  • Other requirements: Letter of motivation; two academic references; curriculum vitae. gradeaverage: GPA of 2.75/4, 3.5/5, 7/10, 70/100
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

International Law and the Law of International Organizations

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: LL.B. or equivalent.
  • Other requirements: Grade average: GPA of 2.75/4, 3.5/5, 7/10, 70/100. Letter of motivation; two academic references; curriculum vitae.
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

Utrecht University
Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
Janskerkhof 3, 3512 BK Utrecht, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)30-253 7289 Fax: 31 – (0)30-253 7005
E-mail: llm@law.uu.nl Internet.

Conflict and Security Law

  • Takes (partly) place in: United Kingdom
  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Law
  • Professional requirements: Relevant professional experience is appreciated, but not mandatory.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

European Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012; 1 February 2013
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012; 24 April 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012; 1 May 2012
  • Educational requirements: Students with LLB who have completed 6 law courses at undergraduate level, including courses on public international law and/or European Union law. Basic knowledge of general public international law and of European Union law.
  • Professional requirements: Some practical experience is recommended.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

International Business Law and Globalisation

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelors degree in Law or a comparable degree.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

International Human Rights and Criminal Justice

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelors degree in Law or a comparable degree.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Law and Economics

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelors degree in Law or a comparable degree.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Legal Research

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 2 years
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelors degree in Law or a comparable degree.
  • Other requirements: Written request: assessment interview: grade average:
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Public International Law

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: BSc degree. Basic knowledge of general public international law.
  • Other requirements: Criteria include grade levels, motivations and references.
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

VU University Amsterdam
De Boelelaan 1105, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)20-5986205
E-mail: internationalaffairs.law@vu.nl website.

International Business Law (LLM)

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Law (or equivalent) or a sound academic background and / or working experience and proven experience in the field of law.
  • Professional requirements: Not necessary but can be an advantage
  • Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented

Law and Politics of International Security

  • Leading to: LLM
  • Course duration: 1 year
  • Next course begins: 1 September 2012
  • Academic application deadlines: 31 January 2012
  • Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012
  • Educational requirements: Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in Law, Social Sciences or Liberal Arts, and a basic knowledge of international law or international relations theory.
  • Other requirements: The Master’s programme in Law and Politics of International Security is open to both Dutch and international students. Each year the programme is open to a limited number of students only. Students also need to hand in several additional documents, like a cv and motivation letter. For more information on admission, see official website
  • Gender category: 3. Gender-oriented modules are available

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

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