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Scholarships at University of Oxford

70 Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarships and Leadership Programme

The Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarships and Leadership Programme cultivates the leaders of tomorrow by providing outstanding university graduates and professionals from developing and emerging economies with the opportunity to pursue fully-funded graduate studies at the University of Oxford, combined with a comprehensive programme of leadership development, long-term mentoring and networking.

1,000 Reach Oxford Scholarships 2021 (Jan-2021)

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130 Clarendon Scholarship in UK 2021

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Uppsala University scholarships for prospective students

There are a number of scholarships available each year for fee-paying international students who are applying to an international Bachelor’s or Master’s programme at Uppsala University.

Some scholarships are specifically designated for students who are applying to one of Uppsala University’s Master’s programmes, while others are open to both Master’s and Bachelor’s applicants. Some scholarships are open for all citizens of a country outside of the European Union (EU)/European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, whilst others are only open to citizens of certain countries.

The scholarships available for application may vary from year to year. The list of citizenships that are eligible for the King Carl Gustaf Scholarship also varies from year to year. Before you submit your application(s), be sure to read the information about each scholarship thoroughly and that you understand the conditions. You may apply to more than one scholarship programmes, as long as you fulfil the eligibility criteria. However, it is only possible to receive one scholarship from Uppsala University.

The scholarships are only for on-campus programmes based in Uppsala or on Gotland, and for programmes mainly taught at Uppsala University. You can only be awarded a scholarship for programmes that you apply via universityadmissions.se. However, you cannot be awarded a scholarship for the Master’s programmes in Religion in Peace and ConflictBiology Genetic and Molecular Plant ScienceBiology NABiS Nordic Master in Biodiversity and Systematics, or the Joint Nordic Master’s Programme in Environmental Law.

APPLICATION PERIOD

The application period for scholarships provided by Uppsala University for prospective students is from 16 January to 1 February 2021.

The deadline is 23:59 CET (Central European Time) 1 February 2021. Please consider the time zone. Applications received after the deadline will not be processed.

HOW TO APPLY

In order to be considered for a scholarship, you must first submit an application for a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme at Uppsala University on universityadmissions.sebetween 16 October 2020 and 15 January 2021. The programme at Uppsala University must be ranked as your first priority of choice. The scholarship application period starts after this step.

To apply for our scholarships, you need to submit an online application form during our scholarship application period. Access to the application form will be available on this page during the scholarship application period 16 January – 1 February 2021.

We will also review the supporting documents that you submit for your programme application at universityadmissions.se. Therefore, you do not need to submit any extra documents in your scholarship application form.

Read the detailed information about the scholarship application and selection process

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/2022

Scholarships open to citizens of countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland:

Scholarships open to citizens of the People’s Republic of China:

Scholarships open to residents of the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong:

Scholarships open to American citizens:

Scholarships open to citizens of Afghanistan, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, India, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Mexico, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Yemen:

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY GLOBAL SCHOLARSHIP

The scholarships will cover the full cost of tuition fees for studies at Uppsala University. It is for Master’s programmes that start on 30 August 2021 and are offered during the current admission round. The scholarships do not cover living expenses.

Level of study:

Master’s programmes

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must be a citizen of a country outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland.
  • You must demonstrate academic talent and show interest in being in an educational environment.
  • You can only be awarded an Uppsala University Global Scholarship for a Master’s programme at Uppsala University chosen as first priority (the programme which you have ranked the highest of the four programmes you can choose at University Admissions).
  • You must have applied for the Master’s programme before the University Admissions deadline.
  • You must meet the entry requirements for the Master’s programme you applied for. The application fee and your complete supporting documents must be received by University Admissions before the deadline.

ANDERS WALL’S SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDIES AT UPPSALA UNIVERSITY

The scholarships will cover the full cost of tuition fees for studies at Uppsala University. It is for degree programmes that start on 30 August 2021 and are offered during the current admission round. The scholarships do not cover living expenses.

Level of study: 

Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must be a citizen of the People’s Republic of China.
  • You must demonstrate academic talent and show interest in being in an educational environment.
  • You can only be awarded an Anders Wall’s Scholarship for a degree programme at Uppsala University chosen as first priority (the programme which you have ranked the highest of the programmes you can choose at University Admissions).
  • You must have applied for the Bachelor’s or Master’s programme before the University Admissions deadline.
  • You must meet the entry requirements for the programme you applied to. The application fee and your complete supporting documents must be received by University Admissions before the deadline. 

THE SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION OF THE SWEDISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN HONG KONG

The scholarships will cover the entire cost or part of tuition fees for studies at Uppsala University. It is for degree programmes that start on 30 August 2021 and are offered during the current admission round. The scholarships do not cover living expenses.

Level of study: 

Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must be a resident of the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong.
  • You must demonstrate academic talent and show interest in being in an educational environment.
  • You can only be awarded this scholarship for a degree programme at Uppsala University chosen as first priority (the programme which you have ranked the highest of the programmes you can choose at University Admissions).
  • You must have applied for the Bachelor’s or Master’s programme before the University Admissions deadline.
  • You must meet the entry requirements for the programme you applied to. The application fee and your complete supporting documents must be received by University Admissions before the deadline. 

THE SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION OF THE SWEDISH-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN NEW YORK

The scholarships will cover the entire cost or part of the tuition fees for studies at Uppsala University. It is for degree programmes that start on 30 August 2021 and are offered during the current admission round. The scholarships do not cover living expenses.  

Level of study: 

Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must be an American citizen.
  • You must demonstrate academic talent and show interest in being in an educational environment.
  • You can only be awarded this scholarship for a degree programme at Uppsala University chosen as first priority (the programme which you have ranked the highest of the programmes you can choose at University Admissions).
  • You must have applied for the Bachelor’s or Master’s programme before the University Admissions deadline.
  • You must meet the entry requirements for the programme you applied to. The application fee and your complete supporting documents must be received by University Admissions before the deadline.

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT’S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP

Uppsala University President’s Club Scholarship aims to encourage a highly qualified international Master’s student. The scholarship will cover the full cost of tuition fees for programmes offered during the current admission round and commencing 30 August 2021. The scholarship does not cover living expenses. 

Level of study: 

Master’s programmes   

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must be a citizen of a country outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland.
  • You must demonstrate academic talent and show interest in being in an educational environment.
  • You can only be awarded the Uppsala University President’s Club Scholarship for a Master’s programme at Uppsala University chosen as first priority (the programme which you have ranked the highest of the four programmes you can choose at University Admissions).
  • You must have applied for the Master’s programme before the University Admissions deadline.
  • You must meet the entry requirements for the programme you applied to. The application fee and your complete supporting documents must be received by University Admissions before the deadline.

THE KING CARL GUSTAF SCHOLARSHIP

The King Carl Gustaf Scholarship is aimed at students who live in unsafe and dangerous conditions in areas of conflict outside Europe. The scholarships will cover the full cost of tuition fees for studies at Uppsala University. It is for Master’s programmes that start on 30 August 2021 and are offered during the current admission round. The scholarships do not cover living expenses.    

Level of study: 

Master’s programmes    

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must be a citizen of one of the following countries: Afghanistan, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, India, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Mexico, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Yemen.
  • You must show why you are particularly vulnerable and therefore in need of the educational environment at Uppsala University, as well as that you have the academic talent required.
  • You can only be awarded a King Carl Gustaf scholarship for a Master’s programme at Uppsala University chosen as first priority (the programme which you have ranked the highest of the four programmes you can choose at University Admissions).
  • You must have applied for the Master’s programme before the University Admissions deadline.
  • You must meet the entry requirements for the programme you applied to. The application fee and your complete supporting documents must be received by University Admissions before the deadline.

CONTACT

Do you have any questions regarding your scholarship application? Contact us via email tuitiongrants@uadm.uu.se.

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Scholarships offered by the Romanian State to foreign citizens through the MFA

The scholarship program offered by the Romanian state, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to foreign citizens, based on G.D. 288/1993, for the academic year 2021 – 2022, was launched. The scholarships are offered to foreign citizens who come from countries that are not members of the European Union, for bachelor, master and doctorate. See the information and registration forms below.

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Commonwealth Scholarships

About us

The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 54 independent and equal countries.

It is home to 2.4 billion people, and includes both advanced economies and developing countries. 32 of our members are small states, including many island nations.

Our member governments have agreed to shared goals like development, democracy and peace. Our values and principles are expressed in the Commonwealth Charter.

The Commonwealth’s roots go back to the British Empire. But today any country can join the modern Commonwealth. The last country to join the Commonwealth was Rwanda in 2009.

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Scholarships at Republic of Azerbaijan

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMMEFOR CITIZENS OF THE OIC AND THE NAM MEMBER COUNTRIES

“The Educational Grant Programme for the Citizens of the Member Countries of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation” and “The Educational Grant Programme for the Citizens of the Member Countries of the Non-Aligned Movement” were approved by the orders of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan on December 6, 2017 and on January 10, 2018, respectively. The Educational Grant (hereafter “scholarship”) Programmes provide an opportunity for selected candidates on annual basis to study in the leading universities of Azerbaijan at the preparatory courses, undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, general medicine/residency programmes.

Provisions Covered by the Scholarship

Tuition fee
International flight
Monthly stipend for meals, accommodation and utility costs (800 AZN)
Medical insurance
Visa and registration costs

Submission of application

The application period for the Scholarship Programme 2021 is now open.

Note: The applicant must be officially nominated. Directly submitted applications will not be considered.

Application and other materials

Application form
Call for application 2021List of eligible countries
List of diplomatic missions of the Republic of Azerbaijan
List of participating universities
Guidelines for International StudentsFrequently Asked Questions – FAQ

Contacts

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Azerbaijan International Development Agency

Email: scholars@mfa.gov.az; phone: +994 12 596 92 96


5000 Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarships

What’s in it
for you?

You can live and study in a country steeped in history, with a booming economy and vibrant cultural life, where innovation meets tradition.

Obtaining a degree at a Hungarian university will give you an exceptional opportunity to acquire highly competitive knowledge and a unique international experience in the heart of Europe.

You can choose from an ever-growing number of programmes taught in English, covering all higher education fields at all degrees offered by the most renowned Hungarian universities.

As a Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holder you will be able to focus on your academic advancement, as all your tuition fees will be covered, and your travelling and accommodation costs will be supported as well.

Joining our vibrant international community in the heart of Europe is an extraordinary way to establish your future and it gives you a chance to excel.

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Master or Ph.D. programs at Koç University in Turkey 

How to apply to Master or Ph.D. programs at Koç University?

To apply to Koç University’s graduate programs as an international student you need to complete an online application form. 

Please check carefully the relevant Graduate School website for detailed guidance on admission requirements, eligibility, minimum scores and application deadlines and remember:

  • Applications with missing documents will not be taken into consideration.
  • You should not email or post any documents to the university.
  • There is no need for a separate scholarship application. You only need to apply to the program(s) of your choice. Scholarship decisions are based on academic merit and not financial need.
  • You can indicate in your Statement of Purpose if you are the recipient or have applied to a specific scholarship scheme (country-based).
  • The application process is free. There is no application fee (except for Master without Thesis programs in the Graduate School of Business)

GRADUATE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM

Graduate application checklist

Please read carefully the checklist below to make sure you submit a strong application and increase your admission chances. If you have any questions about the process or a specific program please complete our enquiry formAm I eligible for this Master or PhD program?Make sure you read in detail the specific admission requirements for your program of interest (GPA, eligible undergraduate majors, research experience, GRE and TOEFL minimum scores) in the relevant Graduate School website. 

Can I have all my application documents ready before the deadline?Some programs have an early and a regular deadline. Always try to submit your application by the early deadline if possible to increase your admission chances ONLY IF you have all the required standard test scores (GRE/GMAT and TOEFL) ready. Application deadlines for the Fall intake are typically announced on the Graduate School websites in mid-February. Please note that only the Graduate School of Sciences and Engineerings offers a Spring intake and the application deadlines are announced by end of October.

Have I identified a potential supervisor (for PhD candidates only)?The following advice applies mostly to Ph.D. applicants in Science, Engineering, and Health Sciences Ph.D. programs: before submitting an application, we recommend that you independently contact by email a faculty member in your program of interest and obtain informal feedback on your research topic of interest. However, you can still apply without a specific supervisor.

Please refrain from contacting faculty members if you are applying to Ph.D. programs in the Graduate School of Social Sciences or the Ph.D. in Business Administration.

Have I prepared all my application documents?

Our Master and Ph.D. programs are very selective in their admission criteria. Only candidates with ALL the required documents and information are evaluated by the program faculty members.

Make sure you prepare and submit the following documents and information in your application (as relevant to the program):

  • Statement of Purpose (SoP)
  • CV
  • University transcripts (see specific program website for minimum GPA requirements as relevant)
  • University diploma(s)
  • English language proficiency test results (only TOEFL IBT is accepted and with a score of 80 IBT or higher, IELTS is not accepted in Turkey)
  • GRE or GMAT test scores (see specific program website for minimum score requirements as relevant)
  • Referee contact details (2 for Master and 3 for Ph.D. programs)
  • Other documentation (see specific program requirements)

Quick guide: What are the supporting documents needed?Have I written and checked my Statement of Purpose?The Statement of Purpose is a very important admission criterion for our Ph.D. and MSc/MA program evaluators. Below you can find guides and samples to help you prepare a strong SoP that demonstrates how your background, skills, knowledge and research interests make a good fit with the program. It is extremely important to demonstrate in your Statement of Purpose that your interests converge closely with the current research of faculty who work in the program to which you are applying. Other doctoral applicants will certainly do this, and if you don’t, you will forfeit an important competitive advantage to them.

Have I registered in the online application system and are my documents ready for uploading?To save time as you prepare to submit your application please read the following guidance:

  • Scan and save your documents as PDF files (no encryption or passwords) before starting the online application 
  • Supporting documents (TOEFL scores, GRE scores, transcripts, diplomas) must be uploaded to the online application and NOT emailed to the university
  • All documents must be in English or include a certified English translation
  • If you have registered to the take the TOEFL or GRE/GMAT tests after the program application deadline, you can upload the documents in the online application form for up to 1 week after the deadline. Otherwise, you need to contact the relevant Graduate School via email to send your test scores and check if your application will be evaluated for the current admission session or the next one.

If you run into any issues in completing or submitting your online application you can email the relevant Graduate School or study@ku.edu.tr for technical assistance:

  • Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering (gsse@ku.edu.tr)
  • Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities (gsss@ku.edu.tr)
  • Graduate School of Health Sciences (gshs@ku.edu.tr)
  • Graduate School of Business (gsb@ku.edu.tr)

When to apply

Some programs are open for admission only in the Fall term and others on both Spring and Fall terms so you might not see a specific program listed on the online application system during the Spring application period.

Make sure you keep track of the different application deadlines and other key dates (when to expect a decision, shortlist period, etc)

After you submit your application

Once you have submitted your application you will be able to upload only missing test scores in case they were not available when you submitted the application.

If there are any technical problems with your application you can always email the relevant Graduate School.

 You can check the status of your application online. Please allow between 1- 2 months from the application deadline date until you hear from the administrators at the relevant Graduate School.

Shortlist of candidates

The relevant Graduate School will get in touch with shortlisted candidates by email to schedule an interview or written exam (depending on the graduate program).

Make sure you reply quickly to their emails to make sure a possible admission offer is made earlier.

If within this period you are considering one or more offers from other Graduate Schools and would like to know the decision from the Graduate School please contact them and not the faculty member.

If it has been 3 months or more since you applied and you have not received an email from the Graduate School with a full or conditional offer please assume you have not been successful on this application round.

Admission offers

If your application is successful you will be sent an admission offer by the relevant Graduate School which will outline any conditions you must meet.

Please read your offer letter carefully before accepting.

The earlier you let them know of your decision the better they will be able to help you in arranging your registration, accommodation, visa, and other administrative procedures.

Some international students may require a student visa to enter Turkey. Our International Community Office (ICO) will provide all the necessary information to guide you through this process.


Our prospectus is available in many languages:

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Scholarships at University of Padua in Italy

Study in English – how to apply

  • If you have an international entry qualification, please follow the instructions below.
  • If you have an Italian entry qualification, please refer to the Italian website

All degree programmes (except Medicine and Surgery)

  Step-by-step procedure

  1. Choose your degree programme and carefully check its entry requirements
  2. Prepare all required documents (in PDF format)
  3. Register on apply.unipd.it by clicking on “Become an applicant” and filling in the form.
  4. Use the applicant code you receive by email to “Sign In” and complete your application. Make sure you have filled in all the fields and uploaded all necessary documents before clicking on “Submit”. Please note that you can apply for up to 3 degree programmes. Do not register more than once by using different email addresses, otherwise your applications will be rejected.
  5. Pay the application fee (€30). The application fee is not refundable. You will receive a link for the payment by email.
  6. Wait for the evaluation feedback. Please note that your application is checked by the Admissions and Welcome Unit first, and then evaluated by a dedicated Academic Committee.
    If you applied for a degree programme with an unlimited number of places, you will be notified of the evaluation via the application platform.
    If you applied for a degree programme with a limited number of places (First Call), check the admission results
  7. In order to complete your enrolment, follow the instructions provided in the How to enrol section.

  Timeline

Degree programmes with an UNLIMITED number of places

First Call:

  • 2 November 2020 – 2 February 2021

Second Call:

  • 2 March – 2 June (for non-EU citizens residing outside Italy)
  • 2 March – 2 September (for EU citizens and non-EU citizens residing in Italy

Degree programmes with a LIMITED number of places

First Call:

  • 7 January – 7 March 2021

Second Call: to be defined

Please note that:

  • some degree programmes may open the First Call to non-EU citizens only
  • some degree programmes may not open a second Call for applications

Check apply.unipd.it for more information

  Required documents

When submitting your online application, you will have to upload colour scanned copy (PDF format) of the following documents:

Bachelor’s degree programmes

  • Curriculum Vitae (Résumé) in English;
  • Motivational Letter(s) in English;
  • Transcript of records;
  • Upper secondary school certificate achieved after at least 12 years of school attendance. If you have yet to obtain your final qualification, an enrolment or provisional certificate is also accepted.
  • Certificate proving the completion of 1 or 2 years of academic studies, OR a post-secondary qualification, OR a foundation course certificate (ONLY if you apply for a Bachelor’s degree programme and you do not have a minimum 12-year school record);
  • Certificate of entrance examination to access university, if required by law in the Country where you have been awarded your upper secondary school certificate (i.e. Selectividad in Spain, Prova de Aferiçao or Prova Geral de Acesso ao Ensino Superior in Portugal, Vestibular or Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio in Brazil, Gao Kao in China etc.);
  • Valid ID card (ONLY for EU or EU-equated applicants) or passport;
  • Italian Residence permit (ONLY for non-EU applicants residing in Italy);
  • English Language certificate or other language certifications (if required – check entry requirements for each programme);
  • Any other document required (check entry requirements for each programme);

Master’s degree programmes

  • Curriculum Vitae (Résumé) in English;
  • Motivational Letter(s) in English;
  • Transcript of records
  • Academic qualification. If you have yet to obtain your final qualification, an enrolment or provisional certificate is also accepted.
  • Valid ID card (ONLY for EU or EU-equated applicants) or passport;
  • Italian Residence permit (ONLY for non-EU applicants already residing in Italy);
  • English Language or other language certifications (if required – check entry requirements for each programme);
  • Any other document required (check entry requirements for each programme).

NB: If you are admitted to the degree programme, you will have to submit other documents, including originals and legalised translations of your previous qualifications. No legalised documents must be submitted at application stage, but an English or Italian translation of your entry qualification should be uploaded in any case.

Please note that NO Italian language certificate is required, since you are applying for a degree programme entirely held in English.

  Advise for applicants with special needs

Students with disability or specific learning disability (SLD) may contact theUniversity Inclusion Unit to report any special needs they may have or to get information on economic benefits, and services available during class attendance.

Medicine and Surgery (English-taught)

  Available places and application process

Available places and application process

The Single-cycle degree programme in Medicine and Surgery admits a limited number of students, selected at national level by Ministerial Decree. The number of places available, the date of the admission test, the content and the procedures for selection are set forth annually by Ministerial Decree and mentioned in the call for applications.

To apply for this degree programme, registration on Universitaly is required. Candidates must pass an admission test in English (IMAT) and can proceed with registration based on places available, their ranking and on whether they achieved the minimum score set by the admission test. Please check how to enrol section for further information.

If you are a non-EU citizen residing outside Italy, please note that you must also pre-enrol at the Italian Embassy/Consulate in your country of residence through the portal Universitaly. The form to fill out is available in both Italian and English and is composed of three sections (personal information, Embassy and degree programme, qualification). We kindly remind you to select ‘Università degli Studi di Padova’ and the degree programme in ‘Medicine and Surgery’.

More information: www.unipd.it/en/medicine-surgery

  Advise for applicants with special needs

Students with disability or specific learning disability (SLD) may contact theUniversity Inclusion Unit to report any special needs they may have or to get information on economic benefits, and services available during class attendance.

About your citizenship

Please check carefully the category below you most identify with, because it can affect the application process.

  EU and EU-equated citizenship

  • citizens of any European Union Member States
  • citizens of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, San Marino
  • citizens with a dual nationality, one of which is Italian/European. Please note that, if you have an Italian nationality, you must apply as Italian, pursuant to Italian Law
  • citizens of a country outside the European Union residing in Italy and holding a valid Italian residence permit – Permesso di soggiorno which allows enrolment at university, as per existing regulations on enrolment.

  Non-European citizens residing outside Italy

Citizens of a country outside the European Union, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or San Marino AND who do not have a double nationality, including Italian or any European nationality, AND who cannot be considered as non-EU citizens residing in Italy (see above).

Candidates falling into this category can find key information and deadlines on the web page Studenti stranieri of the Italian Ministry of University and Research.

Refugee status

Students who wish to inform the University of Padua about their refugee status can fill in the relevant form below and send it by email to international.admission@unipd.it together with the required documentation.

Global Engagement Office – Recruitment Unit

Palazzo Anselmi
Lungargine del Piovego 1 – 35131 Padova

For general enquiries: +39 049 8276831 – international.admission@unipd.it
For academic related information, please contact the programme coordinator/secretariat

The Recruitment Unit will be closed for winter holidays from December, 24th to January 6th 2021.

Join our webinars for international prospective students:

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600 Scholarships at Netherlands

Holland Scholarship

The Holland Scholarship is meant for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to do their bachelor’s or master’s in the Netherlands. Are you ready for the chance of a lifetime? Apply for the Holland Scholarship!

What’s on this page?

About this scholarship

This scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science as well as several Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences.

The scholarship amounts to € 5,000. You will receive this in the first year of your studies. Please note that this is not a full-tuition scholarship.

Holland Scholarship (1.51 MB)

Grant award period

The grant is awarded for 1 year and can only be received once.

How to apply

Application criteria

  • Your nationality is non-EEA.
  • You are applying for a full-time bachelor’s or master’s programme at one of the participating Dutch higher education institutions. 
  • You meet the specific requirements of the institution of your choice. You can find these on the website of the institution.
  • You do not have a degree from an education institution in the Netherlands.

Participating research universities and universities of applied sciences

Last year the universities mentioned below participated in Holland Scholarship. In October 2020 the participating universities for academic year 2021-2022 will be published on this website.

Participating research universities 2020-2021

Below is an overview of the Dutch research universities participating in the Holland Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. You can find the specific closing dates and the fields of study for this academic year on the website of the institution you want to apply to.

Participating universities of applied sciences 2020-2021

Below is an overview of the Dutch universities of applied sciences participating in the Holland Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

Deadlines

The application round for academic year 2021-2022 will open on 1 November 2020. The deadline for application is either 1 February 2021 or 1 May 2021. Please check the website of the institution of your choice to confirm the correct deadline.

Events

Do you want to study in the Netherlands? Join one of our online Study in Holland fairs free of charge. For more information and registration, please visit our events page.

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220 Scholarships in Belgium

The call for applications for the academic year 2021-2022 is open

Deadlines: January 15 and February 5, 2021 

For information on scholarships in French, click  HERE

26a0 WARNING ! The application procedure is done online via the GIRAF platform. Do not send any personal data (identity photos, copies of diplomas, etc.) by email. If you receive such a request by email, it is probably a phishing attempt.

/ Scholarships in Belgium

The call for applications for the academic year 2021-2022 is  now open

Deadlines: 15 January and 5 February 2021

For information regarding scholarships in English, click  HERE

26a0 WARNING! The application procedure is online via the GIRAF platform. Do not send any personal data (passport photos, copies of diplomas, etc.) by e-mail. If you receive such a request by e-mail, it is probably a phishing attempt.

Some facts and figures

For nationals of developing countries


Scholarship reports

01/2012 scholarship report

02/2013 scholarship report

03/2014 scholarship report


For students of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation

Our programs of awareness-raising activities for students of higher education establishments of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation are:

  • 140 travel grants offered annually for a field trip as part of an end-of-study work related to a development issue;
  • Funding opportunities for projects in the field carried out in teams with students from the South: student micro- projects ;
  • Funding opportunities for development awareness activities on campuses: Student Awareness Projects.
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Central European University Scholarships in Hungary

Applications Open for Academic Year 2021-2022

October 9, 2020 #SeeUatCEUNews

Choose from 50 degree programs offered in 15 academic areas and begin your application today.

Why CEU?

  • Academic excellence: world-ranked master’s and doctoral programs in the humanities and social sciences
  • New pioneering undergraduate programs for the modern world
  • Learning community: close supervision and support from world-class researchers
  • Student/faculty ratio of 7:1
  • Generous financial aid: 82% of our students receive support
  • Valuable degree accredited in both the U.S. and Austria
  • Committed to academic freedom and open debate

Apply by February 1, 2021 for undergraduate, master’s and doctoral studies with financial aid. 

How to Apply

Go to our Application Checklist for the online application form and detailed information on how to put together your application package. Want to make your application stand out? Check this page for tips on how to prepare a top-notch application package, such as how to write a powerful research proposal, or how to impress with your statement of purpose.

Application for the MUNDUS MAPP and MESPOM programs will open later.

Fund Your Studies

We offer generous scholarships available to students from any country. Learn more here.

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Swedish Institute Scholarships for Global Professionals

Do you have the ambition to become a future leader within the sustainable development on a global platform? Then you might be who we are looking for. Global Professionals is a highly sought after, fully-funded international scholarship programme for master’s studies in Sweden.Level:MasterAvailable for 42 countries. See all countries

Scholarship holder at the NFGL ceremony
Kick off 2019 Foto: Melker Dahlstrand

Opens for applications 8 February

The call for SI scholarships for master’s studies in Sweden, starting in the autumn of 2021 has been now published. The Visby programme and the scholarships for Turkey is as of this call part of the Global Professionals.OverviewWhat’s includedCriteriaHow to applyFAQ

Overview

What is Global Professionals?

The SI Scholarship for Global Professionals aims to develop future global leaders that will contribute to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and contribute to a positive and sustainable development in their home countries and region.

The programme is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It offers you a unique opportunity to develop both professionally and academically, experience Swedish society and culture, and build a long-lasting relationship with Sweden and other scholarship holders. Usually 4-6% of the applicants are awarded a Global Professionals scholarship.

Important information

What’s included

The scholarship is intended for full-time one-year or two-year master’s programmes. The scholarship period cannot be changed or extended beyond the awarded scholarship period, nor can it be transferred to a study programme other than the awarded master’s programme.

What you get as a recipient of Global Professionals

  • SI fully covers your tuition fees to the Swedish university you are attending. This is paid directly by SI at the beginning of each semester.
  • You will receive a regular payment of SEK 10,000 to cover your living expenses throughout the scholarship. This payment is given monthly throughout the scholarship period.
  • Insurance against illness and accident.
  • Membership of the SI Network for Future Global Leaders(NFGL) – a platform to help you grow professionally and build your network while in Sweden.
  • After your scholarship period has ended, you gain membership to the SI Alumni Network. As a member, you get a unique opportunity for continued networking and to further develop yourself professionally. The local networks exist worldwide and currently consist of over 15,000 talented alumni from over 140 countries.
  • For Bangladesh; Bolivia; Brazil; Cambodia; Cameroon; Colombia; Ecuador; Egypt; Ethiopia; Gambia; Ghana; Guatemala; Honduras; Indonesia; Jordan; Kenya; Liberia; Malawi; Morocco; Myanmar (Burma); Nepal; Nigeria; Pakistan; Peru; Philippines; Rwanda; Sri Lanka; Sudan; Tanzania; Tunisia; Uganda; Vietnam; Zambia; Zimbabwe the scholarship also includes a travel grant of SEK 15,000 for the entire study period. This is a one-time payment and does not apply for students already living in Sweden.
  • For Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russian Federation, Turkey or Ukraine. The scholarship also includes a travel grant of SEK 10,000 for the entire study period.This is a one-time payment and does not apply for students already living in Sweden.

The scholarship does not cover:

  • Additional grants for family members.
  • Application fee to University Admissions.

Note: Depending on the country where you have citizenship, the content of the scholarship will differ in certain areas.

Criteria

Country of citizenship

You must be a citizen of a country that is eligible for the scholarship programme. Read more about country of citizenship.

Read more about country of citizenshipUniversity admissions

You must be liable to pay tuition fees to Swedish universities, have followed the steps of university admission, and be admitted to one of the eligible master’s programmes by the 9th of April 2021.

Read more about our criteria regarding University Admissions.Other eligibility criteria

There are also other conditions regarding dual citizenship, previous residence and studies in Sweden, and more.

Note: Some criteria for priority SI scholarships differ depending on the home region of the applicant.

Read more about other eligibility criteria.Work experience

You must have a minimum of 3,000 hours of demonstrated work experience.

Read more about the criteria for work experience.Leadership experience

You must have demonstrated leadership experience from your current or previous employment or civil society.

Read more about the leadership experience criteria.Master’s programmes

The master’s studies must be eligible for SI scholarships. We give the highest priority to specific subject areas.

Read more about the eligible master’s programmes.

Who can apply for Global Professionals?

We are looking for ambitious professionals who want to make a difference by working with issues that contribute to a just and sustainable development in their home country and region; and also have a clear idea of how a study programme in Sweden would benefit their country and region. Priority will be given to applicants with a strong and relevant professional background and demonstrated leadership experience.

Required documents

You should only submit the required documents listed below in your online scholarship application. We will not consider any other documents than the required ones. You must complete your application in English. Use our forms and templates provided below and complete them according to the instructions both below and in the forms, or else your applications will be disqualified. Kindly note the length limitation for your answers and the documents.

Documents for the scholarship application (2021/2022): 

Motivation Letter Form SISGP_SISSA 2021-2022

CV form SISGP_SISSA 2021-2022

Letter of Reference Form Global Professionals 2021-2022

Proof of Work and Leadership Experience Form Global Professionals 2021-2022

A complete application consists of:

  • Motivation letter
  • CV
  • Letters of reference
  • Valid and completed proof of work and leadership experience
  • Copy of your valid passport

Note: Your application will be disqualified if any of the required documents above is missing.

Motivation letter

You must use the Global Professionals form for the motivation letter 2021/2022. You need to fill in and upload the motivation letter as a PDF-file on the application portal within the application period.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

You must use the Global Professionals form for CV 2021/2022 and the CV should not exceed three pages. It’s up to you to decide which parts are relevant for your application. Additional pages will not be considered during the evaluation.

Letters of reference

You must use the Global Professionals form for the letter of reference 2021/2022. One letter of reference based on work experience is mandatory. All letters of reference must be signed by the referee and stamped with an official stamp of the referred organisation or notary office. The letters should be typed, then printed, signed, stamped, and uploaded as a single PDF-file. You can find more information in the instruction in the form and our FAQ.

  • Two different letters of reference are mandatory as part of the application. It is also a merit if the second letter of reference is based on your involvement in networks or civil society organisations outside of your regular work.

Proof of work and leadership experience

You must use the Global Professionals form for proof of work and leadership experience 2021/2022. The work and leadership form should be signed by the referee and stamped with an official stamp of the referred organisation or a notary office. The form(s) should be typed, then printed, signed, stamped, and uploaded as a single PDF-file. You can find more information in the instruction in the form and our FAQ.

Copy of your valid passport

You must submit a copy of your valid passport in the application. It must clearly show your personal data, including name, citizenship, and the photograph. A copy of your passport should be included in your CV as a last fourth page. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have a copy of your passport that can be used as part of the application.

If you have applied to several master’s programmes

You should only submit one scholarship application, regardless of how many master’s programmes that you applied for through universityadmissions.se. You can apply for SI scholarships for up to four eligible master’s programmes.

Note: If you have applied for master’s programme(s) at Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), you should create and submit an additional scholarship application separately. Each scholarship application should have only one of the   attached, no matter how many master’s programmes you applied for.

If you are only applying for SI scholarships at SSE, you only need to submit one scholarship application for all the master’s programmes at SSE that you applied for. If you have applied at both universityadmissions.se and SSE, you should attach all the required documents in both the scholarship applications.

Scholarship holders at the NFGL Kick-off event
Kick off 2019 Foto: Melker Dahlstrand

The evaluation and selection process:

  1. Screening. Disqualifying all applicants who do not meet the eligibility criteria or that failed to submit a correct application.
  2. Evaluation before admissions. Evaluation and grading of all eligible applications.
  3. Evaluation after admissions. Final evaluation of applications that has been admitted to an eligible master’s programme.
  4. Compiling a shortlist of the best and most qualified candidates.
  5. Final selection. Scholarship recipients are selected, thus concluding the evaluation and selection process.

Screening

After the application deadline, we carry out a screening of all applications and disqualify those that do not meet the eligibility criteria for Global Professionals.  If you have failed to follow the instructions for the required documents, such as incomplete application, wrong form, missing valid stamp, etc., then your application will also be disqualified. Reasons are given in the instructions in the forms and here on the website. Therefore, you should read through all available information carefully.

Evaluation before admissions

We will then go through all the eligible applications and evaluate all of the information provided in your applications. We then grade them with particular consideration for the aim and purpose of the scholarship programme. The quality of the application is crucial in our selection. We are looking for talented and active professionals with capability, a platform, and ambition to contribute to international development.

Evaluation after admissions

When the admission results for master’s studies are announced at universityadmissions.se on 9 April 2021 we will make a final evaluation of the applications that are still eligible for the scholarship.

Shortlist

Through the evaluation process described above, we then compile a shortlist of the best candidates. We will give priority to certain factors which you can read more about in the eligibility criteria  section. However, we aim at having all genders represented as equally as possible in the final list of scholarship recipients. We also want to include as many of the eligible countries, and Swedish universities as possible, provided there is a sufficient number of quality applications. We also need to stay within our budget. We may make additional adjustments in the final selection to achieve the distribution we are aiming for. However, we do not have any quotas for specific countries, fields of study, Swedish universities, etc. and select the scholarship recipients.

Final selection

When all of the above factors have been taken into consideration, the final selection of scholarship recipients will be completed.

Data protection and integrity

The Swedish Institute (SI) is a public agency. As such, all applications received by SI are in the public domain. We use the personal information you give us to process your application. If you are granted a scholarship, we will continue to use this personal information to manage it. We deal with this information following the Swedish Principle of Public Access to Information and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your personal information is handled by SI employees and outside experts who have signed a contract of compliance. For more information, please read SI’s privacy policy.

How to apply

1Applying for a master’s programmeDATE:16 OCT 2020 – 15 JAN 20212Apply for a Global Professionals scholarshipDATE:8 FEB 2021 – 18 FEB 20213Notifications from University AdmissionsDATE:9 APR 20214Announcement of SI scholarship recipientsDATE:28 APR 2021

1. Applying for a master’s programme

2. Apply for a Global Professionals scholarship

3. Notifications from University Admissions

4. Announcement of SI scholarship recipients

Opens in February

The call for SI scholarships for master’s studies in Sweden, starting in the autumn of 2021 will be open for applications between 8 to 18 February 2021. The list of successful recipients will be announced on si.se 28 April 2021. We recommend that you also look for other scholarship opportunities at www.studyinsweden.se.

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID FOR NON-EUROPEAN STUDENTS FRANCE

THE EMILE-BOUTMY SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded by Sciences Po to students, first time applicants, from outside the European Union who demonstrate academic excellence and fulfil the profile requirements.

Find out more about the Emile Boutmy Scholarship.

THE MASTERCARD FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

The scholarships offered in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation are merit-based scholarships for students from sub-Saharan African countries who face financial and other barriers to higher education.

These highly selective scholarships are open to candidates applying to our Bachelor’s programme, one of our seven graduate schools, or Sciences Po Summer School.

Find out more about the Mastercard Foundation Scholarships.

CAMPUS FRANCE

For information on scholarship programmes please refer to the Campus France Grant Search Engine

SCHOLARSHIPS FROM YOUR HOME COUNTRY

You may be eligible for other scholarship programmes depending on your country of origin. Further information, on the International Affairs Division (DAI) website.

Regarding Latin American countries, there are specific agreements between Sciences Po and different institutions such as CONACYT, COLFUTURO, GUATEFUTURO. According to the agreement, a 10% to 25% reduction in tuition fees can be granted.

Please note: This reduction cannot be combined with the Emile Boutmy scholarship, unless otherwise decided by the jury. In this case, the amount of the Emile Boutmy scholarship may change.

DOCTORAL PROGRAMME

Information on funding opportunities for doctoral students is available on the website of the Doctoral School.

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NON-EUROPEAN STUDENTS

TitlePublic
Aulagnon-Bettan PrizeFirst year students at Sciences Po
Bourse David GritzIsraeli students admitted to the Undergraduate or a Masters program
Campus France (Grant Search Engine)Students who intend to study at Sciences Po at the undergraduate studies or Masters level
Chalhoub ScholarshipThe Chalhoub scholarship is intended for students from one of the following countries: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Koweit, Bahrein, Lebanon, Syria, Qatar, Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, Oman, Iran, Iraq. It allows students who wish to study at Sciences Po at the undergraduate level at the Sciences Po campus in Menton, Southern France, or graduate level in Paris.
Civil Society Leadership AwardThe purpose of the Civil Society Leadership is to help future leaders in countries where civil society is challenged by a deficit of democratic practice in local governance and social development.
Diversity in the Civil Service bursary (ALDIV)Students registered at Sciences Po in competitive exam preparation for the French civil service.
Eiffel ScholarshipCandidates from emerging countries and above all to those who are underrepresented in French universities and higher education institutions: Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and new members of the EU and the Middle East.
Excellence scholarships Masters level « Make Our Planet Great Again »Masters Students from Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New-Zealand, Singapore and South Korea.
Federal Direct Loans ProgramÉtudiants de nationalité américaine ou étudiants détenteur d’une Green card inscrits en Master à Sciences Po
Fondation de France (scholarships guidebook)Students who intend to study at the undergraduate studies or Masters level
Franco-American Fulbright CommissionAmerican students who intend to carry out a Masters or Doctorate in the United States of America
French Government Scholarships (AEFE)Étudiants internationaux issus du réseau des lycées français à l’étranger
Fundings from Sciences Po’s Doctoral SchoolSciences Po’s PhD students
Henri de Castries ScholarshipAmerican or French national, admitted at Sciences Po’s dual BA with Columbia University or Berkeley University
Kuwait Excellence ScholarshipArab students admitted to one of Sciences Po’s Master programmes
Michel David-Weill ScholarshipAmerican students from a top-tier university who want to pursue their postgraduate education at Sciences Po in Paris
National Administration School bursary (ENA)Students registered at Sciences Po in the preparatory course for the National Administration School (ENA)
One-Year Master’s Programme ScholarshipsA select number of outstanding students
Quiñenco ScholarshipChiliean resident and citizen, admitted to the Sciences po Undergraduate College
René Seydoux scholarshipFirst time applicants, who wish to study at Sciences Po at the undergraduate or graduate level, resident and citizen of one of the following countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey.
Sallie Mae Private LoansAmerican students or students with a Green card registered as undergraduate or Masters level students.
Sallie Mae Private LoansAmerican students or students with a Green card registered as undergraduate or Masters level students.
Scholarship from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED – Philippines)Filipino national student, admitted to one of Sciences Po’s Master or PhD programs.
Sciences Po / King’s College London Dual Master’s Degree in International Affairs ScholarshipThe brightest and most deserving students of the Sciences Po / King’s College London Dual Master’s Degree in International Affairs Scholarships
Sciences Po / LSE Dual Master’s Degree ScholarshipsThe brightest and most deserving students to the Dual Master’s Degrees between Sciences Po and LSE.
Stephen M. Kellen scholarshipStudents admitted at Sciences Po dual BA with Freie Universität Berlin, who exemplify the values promoted by Stephen M. Kellen
The Geneviève McMillan-Reba Stewart Foundation ScholarshipCandidates must be citizen of a sub-Saharan African country, must have completed their high school education in a sub-Saharan African country and must be accepted to Sciences Po’s undergraduate Europe-Africa programme
The Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship ProgrammeUS Masters’ Students enrolled in a Master’s degree at Sciences Po

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Gates Cambridge Scholarship UK

Applications for 2021-22 entry are now open.

Gates Cambridge manages two selection rounds each year; full details are below.

If after reading the details below you are not sure in which round you should apply please email info@gatescambridge.org with details.

Whether or not you are eligible for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship you may be eligible for other funding offered by the University of Cambridge. See www.student-funding.cam.ac.uk for more details.

  1. US citizens resident in the USA
  2. All other eligible applicants

US citizens resident in the USA

This is the earlier round for applicants who are both US citizens and resident in the United States; it is specific to Gates Cambridge.  Students meeting these criteria must apply by 14 October and submit all their documents by this date (including references), they are not eligible for the later round.

What stage?Date
Applications open1 September 2020
Application deadline14 October 2020
Departmental rankingOctober – November 2020
All applicants notified of application outcomeDecember 2020
On-line review and selection by panelsDecember 2020 and Early January 2021
Scholarships offeredLate January 2021
Scholarships accepted72 hours after offer

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All other eligible applicants

The large majority of applicants will apply in this round, which is also aligned with the University’s postgraduate funding competition. There are two possible application deadlines and these are based on course to which your are applying.

What stage?Date
Applications open 1 September 2020
Application deadlineDependent on your course – either 3 December 2020 or 7 January 2021
Departmental rankingDecember – February
All applicants notified of application outcomeFebruary 2021
On-line review and selection by panelsFebruary and March 2021
Scholarships offeredLate March
Scholarships accepted72 hours after offer

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DAAD Scholarship Germany

Finding Scholarships

Here you can find information on various kinds of DAAD funding for foreign students, graduates and postdocs as well as on funding offered by other selected organisations.
Please also take note of our important scholarship information.« Search results

Development-Related Postgraduate Courses (EPOS) • DAAD

A print version of this announcement (PDF) is available in the further tabs (e.g. “Application requirements”).

Objective

With its development-oriented postgraduate study programmes, the DAAD promotes the training of specialists from development and newly industrialised countries. Well-trained local experts, who are networked with international partners, play an important part in the sustainable development of their countries. They are the best guarantee for a better future with less poverty, more education and health for all. The scholarships offer foreign graduates from development and newly industrialised countries from all disciplines and with at least two years’ professional experience the chance to take a postgraduate or Master’s degree at a state or state-recognised German university, and in exceptional cases to take a doctoral degree, and to obtain a university qualification (Master’s/PhD) in Germany.

Who can apply?

Graduates with at least two years’ professional experience from the following countries: list of eligible countries

What can be funded?

Individual scholarships exclusively for Postgraduate courses in Germany that are listed on the “List of all Postgraduate courses with application deadlines 2021/22”.

Duration of the funding

12 to 36 months (dependent on study programme)

Value

  • Depending on academic level, monthly payments of 850 euros for graduates or 1,200 euros for doctoral candidates
  • Payments towards health, accident and personal liability insurance cover
  • Travel allowance, unless these expenses are covered by the home country or another source of funding

Under certain circumstances, scholarship holders may receive the following additional benefits:

  • Monthly rent subsidy
  • Monthly allowance for accompanying members of family

Selection

  • Candidates fulfil the necessary academic requirements and can be expected to successfully complete a study programme in Germany (above-average result for first academic exam – top performance third, language skills)
  • Candidates have a Bachelor degree (usually a four-year course) in an appropriate subject
  • Candidates have at least two years’ professional experience
  • Candidates can prove their motivation is development-related and be expected to take on social responsibility and initiate and support processes of change in their personal and professional environment after their training/scholarship

Further information

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EIFFEL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE FRANCE

Call for applications is open until January 8th 2021

The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Program was established by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to enable French higher education institutions to attract top foreign students to enroll in their masters and PhD programs.

It gives opportunity to the future foreign decision-makers of the private and public sectors, in priority areas of study, and encourages applicants up to 25 years old from developing countries at master’s level, and applicants up to 30 years old from developing and industrialized countries at PhD level.

2020 CAMPAIGN TIMELINE

  • Opening of the call for applications: week of September 28, 2020
  • Deadline for the reception of applications by Campus France:  January 8th 2021.
  • Publication of results: week of March 22, 2021
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REGULATIONS

Only applications submitted by French higher education institutions are accepted.

  • You are an institution and you have already participated in the Eiffel program => You should have received an email concerning the download of application files. If that is not the case, please contact us.
  • You are an institution participating for the first time in the Eiffel Program => Please Contact us in order download the application files.
  • You are a student interested in participating in the Eiffel program : click here

Contact
Campus France – Programme Eiffel
28 rue de la Grange-aux-Belles
75010 Paris
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Asia Kakehashi scholarship program Japan

Asia Kakehashi Project 2021 I Inquiry FormThe Asia Kakehashi scholarship program aims to heighten potential interest in Japan by promoting Bridge Building between high school students of Japan and Asia. Please keep checking your inbox along with junk/spam folders too as you will be notified about next updates in January 2021.’

Form

Grow your global competence and become a future leader by spending an exciting year studying abroad in Japan! Whether you live with a host family or in a dorm, you will attend a Japanese high school and make friends with your Japanese peers. All this will help you improve your Japanese language skills, your academic prospects and your intercultural fluency.

The Asia Kakehashi Project (kakehashi is Japanese for “bridging”) is the initiative announced by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in 2017 to strengthen relations between Japan and the rest of Asia. The program provides full scholarships for Asian high school students to live and study in Japan. The first 100 students arrived in Japan in August 2018, and the program is gradually expanding in numbers and length of stay.

AFS Japan manages all aspects of the program, including identifying volunteer host families and dorms for student placement, providing intercultural training and supporting students as they adjust to living in a new country. Students are selected based on academic achievement, financial need, interest in Japanese language and culture, as well as potential to be future leaders of positive change in their own communities.

Eligibility

Applicants to the Asia Kakehashi program must meet the following criteria:

  • Between 15 and 18 years of age
  • Highly motivated, high-achieving students
  • Learners of Japanese
  • Able and willing to travel abroad unaccompanied
  • Citizen of one of the following countries/regions at the time of application: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam

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Islamic Development Bank Undergraduate Scholarship Programme

Undergraduate Scholarship Programme

Introduction

The Programme was launched in 1983 with the objective to provide educational opportunities to the academically meritorious young students from IsDB Member Countries (MCs) and Muslim communities in non-member countries to pursue undergraduate or first-degree study and to train them in specific fields in order to improve their socio-economic conditions and make a meaningful contribution to the development of their communities and countries.

The objective of this Programme is to assist the MCs and Muslim Communities in non-member countries in the development of their human capitals specially in fields that are both relevant and important for their development. 

Eligibility Criteria

The Programme is open for academically meritorious students with strong desire to engage in social services and community development after graduation. Candidates MUST ensure that they meet all the criteria of the programme listed hereunder, failing which the Application will not be considered:

  • Must be a citizen of any of the IsDB member countries or Muslim communities in non-member countries. 
  • Candidate from non-member countries must be a Muslim.
  • Must have obtained a high school diploma or registered in one of the top 10 public/government universities in his/her own country.
  • Must have minimum of 70% in his/her high school final GPA.
  • Must choose a field of study listed among the approved disciplines of the programme.
  • Must provide evidence of language proficiency in university medium of instruction as relevant. The language proficiency must be supported by a document or certificate, e.g., for English, by a recognized language certificate such as TOEFL, IELTS or passed required level test conducted such as by British Council or equivalent system in French or other language).
  • Must provide certified English or French translation of all documents in case if they are initially in other languages.
  • Must not be in receipt of any other scholarship at the time of application and during study.
  • Must be medically fit and willing to undergo medical tests after selection.

Fields of Study

Eligible candidate must apply to pursue Undergraduate Studies in one of the fields of study as shown in the left column as below:

Fields of studyPotential Specializations at Postgraduate Studies
Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Medical Laboratories, Microbiology, Public Health, Nutrition, Health Services Management, Bio-Medicine, Medical Technology, Veterinary, Chemistry, Biology, Bio-Technology and related fields.Health
Engineering: Civil, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Surveying, Urban Planning,Sustainable CitiesInnovation & Infrastructure DevelopmentWaste Management
Agriculture and ForestrySustainable Agriculture
Industrial TechnologiesPlastic pollution and Micro-plasticsGreen ChemistryResponsible Growth
Physics, Geology and related fieldsEnergy
Computer Science, Information Technology, Telecommunication, and Electronics and related fieldsICT for Development
Natural Resources, Marine SciencesBiodiversityClimate ChangeWater and Hygiene
Law, Media & Journalism, Political Sciences, Entrepreneurships and Trade & CommerceDevelopment-relatedSocial Sciences
EconomicsIslamic EconomicsFinance and Banking
Statistics, Demography Econometrics, and Social StudiesPopulation Growth
Education, Psychology and Learning, Education Policy and International DevelopmentEducationEducation for Sustainable Development

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Hamad Bin Khalifa University Qatar Scholarship

Hamad Bin Khalifa University Scholarships for International Students is a Fully Funded Scholarship. You will receive the Fundings Once You have been admitted to the Program.

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British Council scholarships for women in STEM

British Council scholarships for women in STEM

Are you a woman with a degree in STEM subjects passionate about your study? You could receive a scholarship to study a master’s degree in a science, technology, engineering and mathematics programme at a leading UK university.

The British Council has launched a scholarship programme in partnership with 19 UK universities aimed at benefiting women from the Americas, South Asia and South East Asia. We are looking for women with a background in STEM, who can demonstrate their need for financial support and who wish to inspire future generations of women to pursue careers in STEM.

Why a scholarship programme

This scholarship programme aims to increase opportunities in STEM for girls and women. According to data from the UN Scientific Education and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), fewer than 30 percent of researchers worldwide are women and only 30 percent of female students select STEM-related fields in higher education.

Globally, female students’ enrolment is particularly low in Information and Communications Technology (three percent), natural science, mathematics and statistics (five percent), and engineering, manufacturing and construction (eight percent). 

Eligibility criteria

We are looking for women who:

  • are citizens and residents of the eligible countries in the Americas, South Asia and East Asia (see full list below)
  • are able to take up a full-time course of study in the UK for the academic year from Sept/Oct 2021 – 2022
  • can demonstrate a need for financial support
  • have an undergraduate degree that will enable them to gain access onto one of the pre-selected postgraduate courses at a UK university
  • can attain the level of English required for postgraduate study at a UK university now or upon completion of a pre-sessional English course
  • are active in the field with work experience or a proven interest in their subject area
  • are passionate about their course of study and are willing to engage as committed British Council scholarship alumni

 Main benefits

  • academic prestige – the UK’s universities are amongst the world’s leaders in STEM subjects
  • economic support will include tuition fees, stipend, travel costs, visa and health coverage fees
  • special support for mothers
  • English language support

Applications will be made directly to the participating universities and will be available in early January 2021. Information on this Webpage will be updated as the application process in each participating university becomes live.

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UNIDROIT RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS                               2021 RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS                                              Applications due 31 December 2020 UNIDROIT is currently accepting applications for the Institute’s 2021 Research Scholarship and Internship Programme. A number of research scholarships (1000€ per month) will be granted to outstanding post-graduate (doctoral) law students, lawyers, academics and government officials to undertake two months of research in the UNIDROIT library (exceptionally, scholarships may also be granted for three months). UNIDROIT will also offer internship opportunities in 2021 for exceptional later year undergraduate and postgraduate law students to work with the UNIDROIT Secretariat for a period of three months on topics on the UNIDROIT Work Programme. While a majority of the internship positions are unpaid, a limited number of stipends (600€ per month) may be available for the top candidates, with preference given to applicants from developing countries. Candidates may apply for scholarships and internships in relation to any of UNIDROIT’s work areas, existing instruments or current projects. To support the UNIDROIT Work Programme 2020 – 2022, special consideration will be given to applications for scholarships and internships relating to the following topics: 1. Secured Transactions:a. The Cape Town Convention and its AircraftRailSpace and Mining
    Agricultural and Construction (MAC) Protocols
b. The future Factoring Model Law; and
c. The future Model Law on Warehouse Receipts 2. Agricultural Law and Development:a. The Legal Guide on Agricultural Land Investment Contracts
b. Investment vehicles for agricultural enterprises; and 
c. The Legal Guide on Contract Farming
d. The future Model Law on Warehouse Receipts 3. Law and Technology:
    Development of a guidance document on Digital Assets and Private Law 4. Enforcement: 
    Development of Best Practices for Effective Enforcement 5. International Contracts: 
    The application of the UNIDROIT Principles on International Commercial Contracts to 
    specific sectors (engineering contracts, construction contracts and reinsurance contracts) 6. Capital Markets:a. The Legislative Guide on Intermediated Securities
b. The Geneva Convention on Substantive Rules for Intermediated Securities; and 
c. The Principles on close-out netting 7. Cultural Property:a. The 1995 Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
b. Private art collections Further information on the Scholarship and Internship Programme and application process is available below. In their cover letter, applicants for internships should clarify the subject matter they wish to work on and the period(s) in 2021 in which they could undertake their internship in Rome. – For scholarships please complete the application form including the requested 
  documentation. – For internships please provide all documentation in PDF format (curriculum vitae and 
  cover letter). Applications can be submitted to the Assistant Manager of the Scholarships and Internship Programme Ms Laura Tikanvaara: l.tikanvaara@unidroit.org . Please provide all documentation in PDF format (curriculum vitae and cover letter). 

RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS, VISITING SCHOLARS AND RESEARCHERS

UNIDROIT grants research scholarships to a limited number of high-performing post-graduate law students, lawyers, academics and government officials to undertake research in the UNIDROIT library. Over the last 25 years, the Research Scholarship Programme has hosted nearly 400 researchers from 65 countries, generally under partial funding, for an average period of two months. UNIDROIT Research Scholarship Programme: Regulations

The Programme is funded by extra-budgetary contributions. The number of scholarships awarded each year depends on the available funding. UNIDROIT appeals to potential sponsors to support the Scholarship Programme. See Information for donors

For further information please contact Ms Laura Tikanvaara: l.tikanvaara@unidroit.org

University scholars and researchers, law students as well as Government officials and members of the legal profession from all over the world may apply to undertake research at the UNIDROIT Library as visiting scholars or researchers. Unlike the scholarship programme, visiting scholars and researchers must self-fund their research, however applicants may use their approval from UNIDROIT as visiting scholars or researchers to support their requests to potential sponsors to finance their stay in Rome. Projects relating to UNIDROIT’s past legislative activities, as well as subjects on the current UNIDROIT Web Programme, are given special attention in this regard. A good working knowledge of English and/or French is required.

For further information please contact Ms Laura Tikanvaara: l.tikanvaara@unidroit.org

INTERNSHIPS

UNIDROIT welcomes a select number of interns to participate in the work of the Secretariat. Internship activities relate to subjects on the Institute’s current Work Programme, and/or to UNIDROIT instruments that have already been adopted, in particular as regards their implementation and promotion. Interns will generally be expected to conduct research on specific aspects of the chosen/assigned subject and/or to prepare concept notes, draft documents and reports of meetings, prepare translations, and generally assist the professional staff of the Secretariat.

Preference is given to candidates engaged in postgraduate legal studies (5 years +). Candidates must have an excellent knowledge of both spoken and written English. Knowledge of French and/or any other language is also considered an asset. 

Candidates in their undergraduate legal studies are welcome to apply for an internship in the library, assisting the Head Librarian with documentation and catalogue related tasks. 

Generally, UNIDROIT internships are not remunerated. However, there are a limited number of funded positions available each year (stipends of 600€ per month), with preference given to applicants from developing countries. The length of an internship is three consecutive months, which may be extended to a maximum of six months (excluding the month of August). Internships may be granted for shorter periods on a case by case basis. Interns are required to provide for adequate medical insurance coverage during their stay in Rome.

When applying for an internship, candidates are invited to indicate any preference for their topic of cooperation with the Secretariat, by specifying their preferred project(s) on UNIDROIT’s Work Programme. Interns are also able to undertake independent research projects in parallel with their internships while in the UNIDROIT library.  Candidates are welcome to submit an academic reference letter and/or a statement from a sponsoring institution (university, research centre or governmental entity) to support their application. 

UNIDROIT issues calls for applications every six months. The most recent call for applications closed in February 2020. Candidates are encouraged to follow the Institute’s social media pages (FacebookLinkedIn and Twitter) to stay informed on when the next application window will open.  

For further information, please contact the Assistant Manager of the Scholarship and Internship Programme, Ms Laura Tikanvaara at l.tikanvaara@UNIDROIT.org.

For institutional co-operation (with universities, research institutes, governmental entities etc.) please contact Ms Laura Tikanvaara: l.tikanvaara@unidroit.org

SECONDMENTS

UNIDROIT welcomes public officials and lawyers from UNIDROIT member States to join its staff temporarily on Secondment: judges, public administration officials and professionals from public entities are invited to participate in the work of the Secretariat of UNIDROIT. Their full remuneration, health and pension schemes should continue to be fully covered by their employer during their Secondment at UNIDROIT.

The specific conditions of the secondment and the duties of the seconded person are agreed with the relevant public entity. 

Persons and Institutions interested in this kind of co-operation are invited to contact Ms Laura Tikanvaara: l.tikanvaara@unidroit.org

COOPERATION WITH ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

The Secretariat has many co-operation agreements with academic institutions. Institutional cooperation, which may be formalised under a Memorandum of Understanding, may allow for the development of joint research projects, initiatives or study programmes focused on UNIDROIT instruments; promotion of research stays or internships at UNIDROIT for professors and students or the establishment of joint fellowships.

Cooperation agreements have been implemented with the following academic institutions.

For further information please contact Ms Laura Tikanvaara: l.tikanvaara@unidroit.org

UNIDROIT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

UNIDROIT, with the support of the UNIDROIT Foundation, is happy to announce the launch of the UNIDROIT Alumni Association, a platform dedicated to the distinguished guests which have been welcomed to Villa Aldobrandini as part of UNIDROIT’s research scholarship, internship, and independent research programmes since 1993.

-> Further information

Incoming researchers and interns are entitled to a complimentary one year membership of the UNIDROIT Alumni Association. For more information, please contact alumni@unidroit.org.

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PhD scholarships and opportunities The University of Newcastle, Australia

Singularities in Geometric Flows

Closing Date: 31 December 2020
PhD Scholarship

The candidate will analyze singularity formation in geometric evolution equations through the application of (local) a priori estimates and/or the analysis of ancient solutions.

Impact of Fires on Threatened Mammals 

Closing Date: 10 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

Two (2) PhD projects are available within the Conservation Science Research Group of the University of Newcastle’s School of Environmental and Life Sciences to study the impact of the ‘Black Summer’ fires on threatened species under the supervision of Matt Hayward, John Clulow and Andrea Griffin (Newcastle), and Karl Vernes (UNE), with expert input from Peter Fleming, Guy Ballard and Paul Meek (DPI), Kersten Tuckey (SoS – DPIE) and Ninon Meyer (Freiburg).

Improving Quality of Care and Outcomes for Patients Undergoing Surgery for Cancer

Closing Date: 18 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

We are seeking expressions of interest from highly motivated applicants who would like to pursue a PhD in behavioural science. The PhD topic would focus on innovative strategies to improve quality of care and outcomes for patients undergoing surgery for cancer.

Molluscan Biomonitor of EDCs

Closing Date: 25 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) can produce alarming detrimental impacts on the reproduction and survival of aquatic species, though little is presently known in terms of their effect and impacts on sensitive marine invertebrate species. We propose the development and validation of a marine mollusc(oyster) as a biomonitor for the detection and impact assessment of estrogenic contaminants in Australian marine waterbodies.

Investigating the Link Between Cerebrovascular and Brain Structural/Functional Processes Contributing to Cognitive Ability Across the Lifespan

Closing Date: 30 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

Using innovative optical imaging methodology that maps the brain’s regional arterial health, this research program aims to characterize the link between the brain’s arterial system and progressive changes in cognitive control ability and in brain structure and function in across the lifespan in healthy and clinical groups. This project is a collaboration between scientists at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, who have pioneered and patented this optical method, and UON cognitive neuroscience researchers.

KAU-TILLIKO PhD Scholarship

Closing Date: 30 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

The Kau-tilliko PhD Scholarship is a donor funded scholarship established by Joss De Iuliis following the success of his own innovative land management technics. The research will draw inspiration from an emerging network of people who see the need for regenerative agriculture and sustainable land management in Australia today, and believe that the knowledge and practices of Indigenous Australians will prove invaluable in that process. In the context of climate change, the engagement of Indigenous people and increasing the use of native species are both seen to be vital in the coming years.

Binders to Optimise Iron Ore Granulation for Future Sinter Blends 

Closing Date: 31 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

Granulation is the critical first stage of the ironmaking process for Australian fine iron ore. The addition of binders such as burnt or hydrated lime can enhance the granulation process, but the impact of varying properties of the binders is poorly understood. Work with industry partners to study this important phenomena.

Estimating the Topology of Low-Dimensional Data Using Deep Neural Networks

Closing Date: 31 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

This project will expand on the superhuman visual capabilities of deep neural networks to allow us to analyse the topology of 3- and 4-dimensional manifolds. While these spaces still count as low-dimensional, 4-dimensional manifolds typically are beyond human visual comprehension. The topology of a manifold describes its essential properties such as the number of connected components, holes, tunnels and cavities of various dimensions. The aim of this project is to achieve a better understanding of these spaces and a computationally efficient approach that can be used for their analysis in real-world applications.

Exploring Multifaceted Clustering of Complex Electricity Time-Series Data to Support Data-Driven Decision-Making in the Energy Sector

Closing Date: 31 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

The primary goal of this project is to explore methodologies and processes available for clustering complex, long, low frequency time series with spatial, temporal, or categorical factors associated with them – such as those found in the energy sector. The focus will be on mapping out which tools are most appropriate for use, the various considerations that should be made when using those tools, the metrics that should be used in validating their success and, when applicable, possible amendments/adjustments and improvements that may be required depending on the application scenario in hand. Though the focus need not be strictly limited to energy related time-series only, this project will receive support from CSIRO researchers in the energy domain.

Laser Carrying Spider Robots (Robo-Laser) for Remediation of Marine Corrosion within Navy Ships and Submarines

Closing Date: 31 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

Corrosion damage to naval platforms is a leading cost driver to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and its allied forces such as the US Navy (USN). Corrosion damage increases maintenance requirements and creates difficulty for naval assets to achieve their expected service life. The cost of corrosion damage has increased dramatically over the last decade and is currently about $5 billion per annum for the USN alone. While a range of new corrosion prevention methods are available for corrosion control, the options are far more limited as far as the remediation of damaged naval assets is concerned. There is a clear technology gap in this space and as recognised by the NSW Defence Innovation Network (DIN) stakeholders, there is a need for a laser-based approach to corrosion management.

Mathematical Analysis of a Novel Method of Mineral Fractionation

Closing Date: 31 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

You will work as part of a team led by Associate Professor Jeff Hogan and Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin as part of the ARC 2020 Discovery Project “Enhanced fractionation of mineral particles according to density”. This is cross-disciplinary research involving the application of advanced mathematical techniques to a problem in particle separations, relevant to the resources industry.

Optimal Sintering Conditions for Blast Furnace Ironmaking under Hydrogen Operation

Closing Date: 31 January 2021
PhD Scholarship

Investigate the optimal sintering parameters required to produce iron ore sinter for the Blast Furnace under current and future high hydrogen operation for production of green steel. Collaborate with Industry and International academics.

Microbial Genomics for Assessing the Health of Water Resources

Closing Date: 01 February 2021
PhD Opportunity

Disruption of the chemical and physical balance of aquatic microbial communities can result in the proliferation of harmful organisms, including toxic cyanobacteria (“blue-green algae”) and opportunistic pathogens. In all ecosystems, from the human gut to rivers, these tiny organisms are the “first responders” to environmental health and disease. Characterisation of the microbial and biochemical basis for water quality in resilient and impacted ecosystems will be invaluable for establishing future guidelines for water quality and safety. The innovative approach, predictive nature and translational capacity of this research project will enable water quality managers to develop contingency plans to reduce threats to freshwater supplies.

Exploring Cyanobacterial Specialised Metabolism Using Heterologous Expression

Closing Date: 02 February 2021
PhD Opportunity

Microbial natural products have served as a major inspiration for the development of novel pharmaceuticals. Cyanobacteria are a largely untapped phylum that produces a multitude of natural products, including toxins, anaesthetics, antibiotics and sunscreens. A limitation for the exploitation of these molecules is the lack of accessibility in the natural host due to slow growth rates, relatively low production levels, and limited resources to genetically manipulate the cyanobacteria. This project will involve the isolation of cyanobacterial natural product biosynthesis genes, engineering them for heterologous expression in Escherichia coli, and gene knockouts to characterise the enzymology of biosynthesis.

Ramifications of Climate Change on Microbial Ecology in the Pacific Ocean

Closing Date: 02 February 2021
PhD Opportunity

Microbial biodiversity in the tidal zone is responsible for important biological processes such as geochemical cycling and carbon sequestration. Climate change in the Pacific Islands has resulted in the restructuring of these zones affecting local marine ecology.

Carbonate Regeneration and Carbon Dioxide Capture Potential in Solar Thermo-Electrochemical Carbon Generation

Closing Date: 12 February 2021
PhD Scholarship

The management of carbon dioxide emissions is arguably the biggest challenge of our time, yet also, perhaps, our greatest opportunity. In this project, a novel, sustainable manufacturing process will undergo accelerated development which has the capacity to address multiple, globally pressing issues.

Assessment of the Translation and Impact of Chronic Disease Prevention Implementation Research in Community Settings

Closing Date: 01 March 2021
PhD Scholarship

The PhD will involve conducting research to inform the application of a Framework to Assess the Impact of Translational (FAIT) health research within an implementation science research program, concentrating specifically on chronic disease prevention programs, policies and practices in community settings.

P14 – Application of Inclined Channels in Enhancing Early Gangue Rejection through Gravity and Flotation Separation

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project will investigate new ways to remove coarse particle gangue from grinding circuits to reduce energy and water consumption.

P15 – Influence of Turbulence on Coarse Particle Detachment from Air Bubbles

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Associate Professor Elham Doroodchi – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This study uses new hydrodynamic techniques to quantify bubble-particle interaction in a turbulent environment, with the aim of determining how and why coarse particle detachment from bubble-multiparticle aggregates may occur in a flotation process.

P17 – Computer Modelling Investigation of a Novel Granular Separation Mechanism

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Dr Roberto Moreno-Atanasio and Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project will develop a computer model to describe a novel method for dry separation of minerals.

P18 – Water-efficient Electrostatic Beneficiation

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Dr Peter Ireland – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project will explore novel electrostatic mineral processing methods using little or no water, in low gravity. Dry processing is critical to the prospective utilisation of resources on the Moon, Asteroids, and other extraterrestrial environments, as well as arid parts of Earth.

P20 – Flotation Kinetics of Ultrafine Mineral Particles using a Sparger in a Downcomer

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project investigates the enhanced bubble-particle collision kinetics of ultrafine particles in a novel downcomer.

P22 – Counter Current Washing in Flotation of Minerals to Establish the Limits of Cleaning

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project will investigate the benefits of counter current washing of flotation product using the Reflux Flotation Cell.

P24 – Hydrodynamics of Flow Regime Transition in a Reflux Flotation Cell

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Dr Subhasish Mitra and Professor Geoffrey Evans – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This Project aims to examine the flow regime transition in the downcomer region of the reflux flotation cell at a fixed gas flux when the gas bubbles are released as froth from the overflow at different liquid underflow fluxes.

P26 – Ultrafine Recovery of Precious Metals using Nano-scale Permeable Films of Oil

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project will investigate a novel agglomeration technology to transform the recovery of precious minerals.

P29 – Smooth Particle Hydrodynamic Modelling of Moisture Migration under Oscillatory Type Motions

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Associate Professor Kenneth Williams – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project investigates the fundamental mechanisms of moisture liberation and subsequent motion through particulate ensembles. This will provide advanced knowledge to drive innovative dewatering technology design.

P37 – Ultrafine Particle Deposition and Adhesion with Permeable Hydrophobic Surfaces

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Dr Roberto Moreno-Atanasio – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project will aim to demonstrate the benefits of using natural fibres to stabilise oil emulsions by allowing fluid to be exchanged across droplets surfaces.

P42 – Guiding RAFT Polymerisation with Molecular Simulations to Control Hydrophobic Mineral Surfaces

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor Associate Professor Alister Page & Laurate Professor Kevin Galvin – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. This project aims to enhance mineral separation by controlling the hydrophobicity of mineral surfaces withnew RAFT polymers.

P46 – The Adsorption of RAFT Polymer Collectors for Selective Flotation of Specific Minerals

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Professor Erica Wanless – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. In this project the adsorption of novel surface active polymers at aqueous-mineral interfaces will be assessed for their prospects as selective collectors (low molecular weight) or flocculants (high molecular weight). This will enhance value mineral flotation.

P47 – Development of Bio-inspired Polymers for Sustainable Mineral Beneficiation

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PhD Scholarship

Supervisor: Associate Professor Grant Webber – The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative and innovative PhD applicants to join our national collaborative Centre, to develop transformational technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and increase metals recovery. In collaboration with researchers at the Universities of Queensland and Melbourne this project will design, synthesise and deploy novel bio-inspired polymers for processing clay-based suspensions to reduce water usage in mineral beneficiation.

Progressive Voices/Movements in Islamic Theology in the (Post-)Secular Society of 21st Century

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PhD Opportunity

PhD research on “Progressive Voices/Movements in Islamic Theology in the (Post-)Secular Society of 21st Century”

Recently expired PhD Scholarships

Conduct Research that will Contribute to the Health Economics Program of the Value in Health Economics and Policy (VHeP) Research Group

Closing Date: 30 November 2020
PhD Scholarship

Our group is multidisciplinary, which allows us to research a range of topics and provide valuable cross-disciplinary insight with the purpose of adding value to people’s health, and includes health economists, psychologists, statisticians, behavioural economists, marketers, and financiers.

Solar and Stellar Physics

Closing Date: 06 December 2020
PhD Scholarship

We are seeking applications to fill a PhD Scholarship in solar physics (helioseismology) in the dynamic and growing Centre for Space Physics under the supervision of Dr. Hannah Schunker at the University of Newcastle.

Modelling Explosive Energy Release in the Sun’s Atmosphere

Closing Date: 10 December 2020
PhD Opportunity

We invite applications for a PhD Scholarship in Solar Astrophysics under the supervision of A/Prof David Pontin in the Centre for Space Physics at the University of Newcastle. The project will address explosive energy release in the Sun’s atmosphere.

Drug Repurposing for Treatment-Resistant Ovarian Cancer

Closing Date: 11 December 2020
PhD Scholarship

The Centre for Drug Repurposing and Medicines Research is seeking expressions of interest from suitable candidates for the inaugural Jill Emberson Pink Meets Teal PhD scholarship in ovarian cancer research.

Cannabinoids and the use of Cannabis Medicines in the Therapeutic Setting

Closing Date: 14 December 2020
PhD Scholarship

We are seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from highly motivated candidates interested in pursuing a PhD program looking at cannabinoids and the use of cannabis medicines in the therapeutic setting. This is an open call for candidate-proposed projects.

Contact

Graduate Research
graduate-research@newcastle.edu.au
+61 2 4921 6537

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Türkiye Scholarships

Scholarship Programs

Türkiye Scholarships offers a range of programs designed for each level of study, providing different forms of support, ranging from full-time degrees to short-term specialized programs as well as tailored and partnered programs for specific target groups.

Candidates are provided a university and academic program guide through Türkiye Scholarships Information System (TBBS)during their application process. The universities and programs offered can also be accessed through our comprehensive search engine

Full-time programs

refers to full-time degree awards which include Bachelor’s, Master’s and Phd courses.

  • Undergraduate Scholarship Program 

    is specifically designed for Bachelor’s degree applicants in designated courses from engineering to health sciences, humanities to social sciences.
  • Programs offered in undergraduate level are provided in a guide which you can access in our website as well as during application in the application system.
  • Almost all fields of education are offered except for two-year associate or vocational degrees.
  • Please check the validity and equivalency of the programs/universities/fields you have selected in your country before sending your application.
  • For available departments and universities please check our website’s search engine or the guide provided in the system.
  • Postgraduate Scholarship Program 

    offers a wide range of programs across social sciences, humanities, natural sciences and engineering at Master’s and PhD levels.
  • Programs offered in postgraduate level are provided in a guide which you can access in our website as well as during application in the application system.
  • Almost all fields of education are offered except for specialization in health sciences.
  • Please check the validity and equivalency of the programs/universities/fields you have selected in your country before sending your application.
  • For available departments and universities please check our website’s search engine or the guide provided in the system.
  • Universities and departments which candidates can choose will be available according to the educational background of the candidate.
  • Candidates may only choose universities and departments available to them in the system. An additional choice of university or department that is not available in the system is not possible.

  •  Arts Scholarship Program 

    provides scholarship opportunities at bachelor’s, master’s and PhD levels for international students in the fields of music sciences, performing arts and fine at Ankara University of Music and Fine Arts at the language, master and doctorate levels.

    ​Departments available for Arts Scholarship Program:
  • Performing Arts
    • Instrument Education (Bachelor’s)
    • Voice Education (Bachelor’s)
  • Music Sciences and Technologies
    • Music Technologies (Bachelor’s)
    • Music Theories (Bachelor’s)
    • Musicology (Bachelor’s)
  • Music and Fine Arts
    • Instrument Education (Master’s)
    • Music Sciences (Master’s)
    • Music Technologies (Master’s)
    • Music Theories (Master’s)
    • Musicology (Master’s)
    • Voice Education (Master’s)
    • Music Sciences (PhD)

Short-term programs refer to short-term support provided for a specific niche areas and target groups.

  • Success Scholarship Program (1 year) is specifically designed for students who are currently studying in Turkish universities with their own finances and have shown exceptional academic performance.
  • The program covers monthly stipend only. 
  • Research Scholarship Program (3-12 months): The program is designed to encourage international researchers and academicians to carry out collaborative academic research in their own fields with Turkish academicians in the most prestigious Turkish universities.
  • The program is available for PhD holders or PhD candidates at dissertation stage.
  • The program covers monthly stipend only.
  • Research Scholarship Program applications are received and evaluated over the course of four Application periods spread out all year round. Check out the application dates.
  • Turkish Language Programme for Public Officials and Academicians [KATİP] (8-10 months): This Program is designed for foreign public officials, diplomats, academicians and researchers who wish to learn Turkish and get closely familiar with Turkey.
  • Applications of KATİP program are not open to public and are recieved through Turkish Embassies in the respective countries.
  • The program covers monthly stipend and dormitory.


Partnered programs refer to specially tailored programs with specific themes or target groups, provided in cooperation with international organizations or other government institutions.

  • Prof. Dr. Fuat Sezgin History of Science Scholarship Program

Honoring the memory and extensive work of Prof. Fuat Sezgin in the field of History of Science, the year 2019 has been declared “Prof. Dr. Fuat Sezgin History of Science Year” where numerous programs and activities will be held in this scope throughout the year.

As Türkiye Scholarships, a joint scholarship program under the name “Prof. Dr. Fuat Sezgin History of Science Scholarship Program” is open for applicants who wish to study in the field of History of Science with special focus on Islamic Science History.

Partners: Prof. Dr. Fuat Sezgin Foundation for Islamic History Research (IBTAV), Kırıkkale University

About Prof. Dr. Fuat Sezgin and IBTAV: http://en.ibtav.org/   

  • Syrian Students Scholarship Program  
  1. HOPES (Higher and Further Education Opportunities and Perspectives for Syrians) 


​International Partners: EU, DAAD, Nuffic, Campus France and British Council.

Turkish Partner: HOPES


  1. DAFI (Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative) 


International Partner:Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germeny

Turkish Partner: UNHCR


  1. EU Scholarships


International Partner:European Union

Turkish Partner: UNHCR

  • Yemeni Pioneers Scholarship Program


The scholarship program aims to provide scholarships in specific areas which will contribute to the training, education and development of human capital among Yemen’s youth.

Partner: Veysel Karani Turkish Yemeni Said Foundation

More about Veysel Karani Turkish Yemeni Said Foundation: https://veysvakfi.org/en/


 

  • WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) Scholarship


A Master’s in Law program in Intellectual Property (English program).

Partners: Turkish Patent and Trademark Office, Ankara University

About TURKPATENT www.turkpatent.gov.tr
About WIPO Academy and Academic Institutions Program (AIP)

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University of Edinburgh Funding for international students

Funding for international students

In addition to financial assistance provided by UK Government agencies and external funding sources, the University offers a number of general and subject-specific funding schemes.

Awards by region

These pages provide specific information on international postgraduate scholarships for prospective students.

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Cross-disciplinary awards as well as many subject-specific scholarships are available.

College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine

International students can compete in a variety of funding schemes.

College of Science and Engineering

The College operates numerous scholarship schemes funded through University funds, organisations and industrial sponsors.

Edinburgh Global Scholarships

The University of Edinburgh offers several prestigious scholarships for international students.

Other Funding

Information of external funding opportunities available to prospective postgraduate international students.

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be.AI – biomimetic embodied AI – is a Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship programme

be.AI

be.AI – biomimetic embodied AI – is a Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship programme awarded in 2020 in which we investigate how intelligence arises from the interaction of the brain with the body and the environment in order to build the next generation of more robust AI systems. Over a period of 7 years we will train 18 scholars in a unique interdisciplinary environment involving supervisors from many Schools and Departments at Sussex.

Wheeled indoor autonomous robot with omnidirectional wheels.

In contrast to many contemporary AI systems, intelligent behaviour in animals – including humans – arises from the interaction of brains, bodies and the environment and is quintessentially robust but also flexible and dynamic so that it can rapidly adapt to changing conditions. In order to understand biological intelligence and build next generation AI systems of similar robustness and flexibility we will need to move beyond replicating neural mechanisms in algorithmic form and develop a deep understanding of the nested and tightly coupled interactions among brains, bodies, and environments.

In the interdisciplinary be.AI Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme we train the next generation of AI researchers to pursue this goal, following AI’s original definition: a description and emulation of biological learning and intelligence through the replication of biological capabilities in autonomous agents and human-centric AI systems. It is an essential next step for developing future AI systems that are robust but flexible and encapsulate better what we would expect from an intelligent agent. In doing so, be.AI builds on a distinctive Sussex strength within the AI research group, historically known as COGS and beyond.

be.AI is directed by Profs Thomas NowotnyAndrew Philippides (both in the AI research group in Informatics) and Paul Graham (Neurosciences Division in Life Sciences), supported by an Academic Board, whose membership currently comprises Prof Luc Berthouze, Dr Chris Buckley, Dr Julie Weeds (all in the AI research group in Informatics) Prof Daniel Roggen (Engineering), Prof Thomas Baden (Life Sciences) and Prof Andy Clark (Philosophy).

The Advisory Board includes Prof Margaret Boden, OBE ScDFBA, co-founder of COGS, as the honorary Head of be.AI, Prof Cecilia Laschi (Pisa, Italy), Prof Martin Nawrot (Universität Köln), and Prof James Marshall (Opteran Technologies and University of Sheffield).

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BANGOR UNIVERSITY UK

Undergraduate Scholarships

What’s on offerValueEligible Countries
Vice-Chancellor ScholarshipValued at 50% of the Tuition FeeAll countries
Dean ScholarshipUp to £4,000All countries
International ScholarshipUp to £3,000All countries
EU Student Scholarships£5,000EU Countries
Alumni/Existing Students/Family Discount£1,000 per year in addition to the Bangor International ScholarshipAll countries

Please refer to our tuition fees and cost of living pages to fully understand how these scholarships will affect your overall costs.  Postgraduate Taught Scholarships

What’s on offerValueEligible Countries
International Scholarship 2021/22 intakeUp to £3,000All countries
Vice-Chancellor ScholarshipValued at 50% of the Tuition FeeAll countries
Professional Experience ScholarshipUp to £4,000All countries
Dean Scholarship 2021/22 intakeUp to £5,000All countries
EU Student Scholarships£6,000All EU Countries
Alumni/Existing Students/Family Discount£1,000 in addition to the Bangor International ScholarshipAll countries
Global Wales Postgraduate Scholarship Programme 2021£10,000Vietnam, India, the USA and countries of the European Union
GREAT Scholarships 2021£10,000Malaysia, Pakistan and Thailand
British Council Women in STEM Scholarships 2021 Full tuition fee waiver, monthly stipend, return economy class ticket and other study-related costs such as IELTS exam fee, visa application and NHS surcharge.Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela
Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship 2020 (from low and middle income Commonwealth countries)Full tuition fee waiver, monthly stipend, return airfare, thesis grant, study travel grant, warm clothing allowance where applicableAntigua and Barbuda; Bangladesh; Belize; Botswana; Cameroon;
Dominica; Eswatini; Fiji; The Gambia; Ghana Grenada; Guyana; India; Jamaica; Kenya; Kiribati; Lesotho; Malawi; Malaysia; Mauritius; Montserrat; Mozambique; Namibia; Nauru; Nigeria; Pakistan; Papua; New Guinea; Rwanda; Samoa; Sierra Leone; Solomon Islands; South Africa; Sri Lanka; St Helena; St Lucia; St Vincent and the Grenadines; Tanzania; Tonga; Tuvalu; Uganda; Vanuatu; Zambia
Commonwealth Shared ScholarshipFull tuition, Monthly Stipend, Return airfareEast and Central African Countries
Commonwealth Scholarship (MSc Tropical Forestry only)£14,550 +Commonwealth countries
Chevening Universities Wales Scholarship   Full fee waiver      India and Vietnam
Chevening Partnership ScholarshipFull fee waiver      All countries excluding the USA
Fulbright Bangor University AwardFull tuition fee waiver and a stipend of £14,000USA
Canada Memorial Foundation ScholarshipFull tuition fee waiver and cash award of £10,000 to cover an £800 monthly stipend, return airfare and other travel expenses.Canada
UUKi-BEC.AR Argentinian Scholarship SchemeFull fee waiverArgentina
PRONABEC ScholarshipFull fee waiver & monthly stipend  Peru

Please refer to our tuition fees and cost of living pages to fully understand how these scholarships will affect your overall costs.  Research/PhD Scholarships

What’s on offerValueEligible Countries
Dean ScholarshipUp to £4,000All countries
International Scholarship Up to £3,000All countries
Alumni/Existing Students/Family Discount £1,000 in addition to the Bangor International ScholarshipAll countries
China Scholarship CouncilFull tuition fee waiverChina
Canadian Centennial Scholarship Fund£5,000Canada
Commonwealth PhD Scholarships 2020 (for least developed countries and fragile states) Full tuition fee waiver, monthly stipend, return airfare, thesis grant, study travel grant, provision towards the cost of fieldwork undertaken overseas, paid mid-term visit (airfare) to your home country or family allowances, warm clothing allowance where applicableBangladesh; Cameroon; The Gambia
Kenya; Kiribati; Lesotho; Malawi
Mozambique; Nigeria; Pakistan;
Rwanda; Sierra Leone; Solomon Islands; Tanzania; Tuvalu; Uganda;
Vanuatu; Zambia
Commonwealth Split-site Scholarships (for low and middle income countries) Approved tuition fees, monthly stipend, return airfare, warm clothing allowance where applicable, study travel grant towards the cost of study-related travel within the UK or overseas.Antigua and Barbuda, Bangladesh, Belize, Botswana, Cameroon, Dominica, Eswatini, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho ,Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritius, Montserrat, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, St Helena, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, The Gambia, Tonga, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Zambia
PRONABEC ScholarshipFull fee waiver & monthly stipend  Peru

For PhD and Research students, please make sure you have identified and secured a source of funding (e.g. scholarship, self-funding with partial scholarship, Government or other sponsor etc) for your tuition fees and living costs BEFORE submitting an application to study.Other Sources of Funding

There are many government and non-government organisations that provide scholarship schemes enabling international students to source funding to study at a UK university. Students should contact the Ministry of Education or Education Department in their country, as they should have details of scholarship opportunities for students wishing to study overseas. They will also be able to advise the government’s conditions for studying abroad. Students should also contact the British Council office in the country of origin, which should have details of British scholarship schemes. If there is no British Council office in the country, then the nearest British Embassy or High Commission should be contacted.

Please see below for other scholarship and funding options in your country

What’s on OfferEligible Countries
King Abdullah Scholarship SchemeSaudi Arabia
Fulbright CommissionUSA
Commonwealth ScholarshipsCommonwealth Countries
The British Council Searchable DatabaseVarious Countries
UKCISAVarious Countries
ACUVarious Countries
Various ScholarshipsUSA
ExpressVPNUSA
The North America Wales FoundationUSA
Rotary InternationalUSA
Optimist Club ScholarshipsUSA

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National Chiao Tung University Scholarships in Taiwan

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Tuition and Fees

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NCTU Scholarship Regulations

For students who entered NCTU before Fall 2016, please refer to the “NCTU International Students Scholarships Regulations (ver July 2015)” for grade requirement of scholarship renewal. For other matters relating to scholarship award, please refer to the latest version of the scholarship regulation.- ContactProject CoordinatorMs. Zoey Lu

  • +886-35712121 #50666
  • scholarships@nctu.edu.tw

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Chinese Government Scholarship–Beijing University of Technology Program

Agency no.: 10005

Program Category: Type B

Introduction

Beijing-Chinese Government Scholarship is established by the Ministry of Education of China(hereinafter referred to as MOE) in accordance with educational exchange agreements or understandings reached between Chinese government and governments of other countries, organizations, education institutions and relevant international organizations to provide full scholarships to international students. Since 2010, Beijing Municipality has been entitled to award Beijing Chinese Government Scholarship on its own.

Beijing University of Technology (hereinafter referred to as BJUT) is established in 1960. It is a key university under the administration of the Beijing Municipal Government and ranked as one of the 100key universities for the 21st century. It has established a multi-disciplinary academic structure. Since2010, BJUT started to enroll Beijing Chinese Government Scholarship students all over the world.

  • Funding Date: Sept. 2021
  • Funding Targets:  PhD
  • Program  Duration:4 years
  • Language of Instruction

BJUT Doctoral programs are taught in either Chinese or English. 

  • Eligibility

1. Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens in good health, both physically and psychologically.

2. Applicants should not be a registered student in Chinese universities at the time of application, but s/he may be a graduate from Chinese universities for more than one year.

3. Education background and age limit:

Applicants for doctoral degree program must have master’s degree and be under the age of 40.

4. Applicants cannot major in their mother tongue, English, French or other third languages or culture.

  • Values of Scholarship

Full scholarship
Please visit http://www.campuschina.org to get funding criteria.

  • Application

Application documents: The applicants must fill in and provide the following documents truly, correctly and completely (in duplicates, hard and soft copies).

(1) Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship (filled in Chinese or English)

Those who are available for online application shall fill in and print the application form after submitting it online. The CSC Online Application System for Study in China is available at http://studyinchina.csc.edu.cn. The agency number of Beijing University of Technology is 10005, and category type is B. Those who cannot apply online shall contact the dispatching authorities to get the application form and fill it truly, correctly and completely.

(2) Application Form for International Students to BJUT

Online application: http://bjut.17gz.orgApplicationwill not be accepted until application fee is paid.

(3)BJUT Supervisor Acceptance Letter for Master/PhD Degree Program Applicants

Apply online and then download at  BJUT Supervisor Acceptance Letter.docx

For supervisor information, please visit

http://english.bjut.edu.cn/Academics/Faculty_Listings_Supervisors_Information1.htm

(4) Notarized Highest diploma or pre-graduation certificate (photocopy)

Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized translations in Chinese or English.

(5) Notarized academic transcripts (photocopy)

Transcripts in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized translations in Chinese or English.

(6) A study or research plan

All applicants are required to submit a study or research plan. It must be in Chinese or in English.

(7)Language certificate within latest two years

HSK 4 or above certificate for Chinese-taught program applicant; English-taught postgraduate program applicant from non-native English speaking countries should submit one of the following English language certificate within the period of validity: IELTS ≥6.5/IBT≥90/TOEIC≥750)

(8) Two Recommendation letters from associate professors or above experts

Applicants for postgraduate studies must submit two letters of recommendation in Chinese or English from associate professors or above experts in related research fields.

(9) Non-criminal Record Certificate

(10) Photocopy of Foreigner Physical Examination Form within the latest six months

The original copy should be kept by the applicant. The form printed by Chinese quarantine authority could be downloaded from http://www.csc.edu.cn. The medical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Foreigner Physical Examination Form.  Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, the official stamp of the hospital or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. Please select the appropriate time to take medical examination due to the 6-months validity of the medical results.

(11) CV

(12) Photocopy of Passport Personal Information Page with period of validity being above half year

(13) A CD of your own works

Applicants for programs such as arts, architecture, urban planning must submit a CD of their own works to prove their competence in such field.

  • Application fee

Application fee is RMB 500 Yuan, which is required to be paid online in order to complete the application. Online payment: http://bjut.17gz.org

  • Documents submission

Soft copies of the documents are required to be submitted to application system by the application deadline 

  • Application deadline for 2021 -2022 Academic Year Intake: 31 March, 2021
  • Approval and Notification

1. BJUT will assess all the application documents and make decisions. Documents of successful candidates will be forwarded to CSC for final approval.

2. Scholarship applicants academically accepted by BJUT will be officially awarded the Chinese Government Scholarship with the approval from CSC.

3. Students are required to sign on their Admission Notice, if they have no objection with the placement, and are not permitted, in principle, to change their specialties and the duration of study specified in the Admission Notice.

4.  BJUT will send the Admission Notice and Visa Application Form for Study in China (JW201) to students.

  • CONTACT US

Admission Office

College of International Education

Beijing University of Technology

Address: R814, No.4 Teaching Building, Beijing University of Technology,  #100, Ping Le Yuan, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100124, P. R. China

Website: http://international.bjut.edu.cn

Email: scholarship@bjut.edu.cn

Tel: +86-10-67391762, 67391858

Fax:+86-10-67391762

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Google PhD Fellowship Program

Google PhD Fellowships directly support graduate students as they pursue their PhD, as well as connect them to a Google Research Mentor.

Nurturing and maintaining strong relations with the academic community is a top priority at Google. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply. We currently offer Fellowships in Africa, Australia and New Zealand, East Asia, Europe, India, the United States and Canada.See fellowship recipients

How to apply

The details of each Fellowship vary by region. Please see our FAQ for eligibility requirements and application instructions.
North America and Europe

Australia and New ZealandEast AsiaAfrica and India


The best and the brightest

Google PhD Fellowship students are a select group recognized by Google researchers and their institutions as some of the most promising young academics in the world. The Fellowships are awarded to students who represent the future of research in the following fields:

  • Algorithms, Optimizations and Markets
  • Computational Neuroscience
  • Health Research
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Machine Learning
  • Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision
  • Mobile Computing
  • Natural Language Processing (including Information Retrieval and Extraction)
  • Privacy and Security
  • Programming Languages and Software Engineering
  • Quantum Computing
  • Structured Data and Database Management
  • Systems and Networking

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Scholarships at United Arab Emirates

Graduate Admissions

To meet the needs of UAE society, all 9 colleges at the United Arab Emirates University have established graduate programs in multiple disciplines. Students can apply online for the following graduate programs. 

“Meeting the minimum requirement for admission to Master and Doctorate programs does not guarantee admission.” UAEU has a competitive criteria for admitting students which takes into account the credentials of the applicants and where have they been graduated from.

For Admission Cycles and Deadlines (Click here)

You can apply for graduate programs by clicking here.

Your feedback is valuable. Please click here to fill out a form and post your opinion.

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University of Waikato Doctoral Scholarship

Value: Up to $25,000 pa + domestic tuition fees and Student Services Levy

Study Level: Postgraduate (Research)

Subject Area: Any

Closing Date: 31 Jan 2021

Eligibility

It is only possible to apply for a UoW Doctoral Scholarship as part of the application to enrol process. That is why the ‘Apply Now’ button on the Scholarships page takes you to the University’s application to enrol page. When applying to enrol in a PhD, DMA, EdD, or SJD, prospective students will be able to indicate that they wish to also be considered for a UoW Doctoral Scholarship.RegulationsApply Now

Contact

Scholarships
Te Mata Kairangi School of Graduate Research
The University of Waikato
Private Bag 3105, Hamilton 3240
New Zealand

Phone +64 7 858 5096
Email scholarships@waikato.ac.nz

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Scholarships at American University Washington

At American University, all admitted students are considered for scholarships for which they are eligible. Scholarships are awarded to students who have excellent academic credentials and exhibit exceptional leadership skills. We are pleased to offer the following scholarships to honor our students who continue on to online graduate studies.

Master Scholarships

Bachelor Scholarships

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University of Toronto Canada Scholarships Bachelor & Master

he University has comprehensive scholarship programs that recognizes outstanding achievement at different levels of study. The University, its colleges, faculties and divisions award approximately 5,000 admission scholarships that total nearly $23 million and nearly 5,800 in-course awards each year.

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Public Repository as part of Award Explorer! The Award Explorer is the University of Toronto’s new awards system – a centralized, searchable database from admissions to in-course and graduating awards. It supplements existing resources and aims to make it easier for you to explore awards at U of T.

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Amsterdam Merit Scholarships Netherlands

The University of Amsterdam (UvA) aims to attract the world’s brightest students to its international classrooms. Outstanding students from outside the EU/EEA can apply for an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship (AMS).

Who is eligible?

Students who hold a non-EU/EEA passport and have applied for a degree programme at the University of Amsterdam may submit an application for an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship. 

How to apply?

Applications should be submitted to the Admissions Offices of the Graduate Schools. Deadlines for the AMS differ per Faculty or Graduate School. You can find the specific eligibility requirements, selection criteria and application instructions on the Faculty or Graduate School websites.Child Development and Education

Communication

Economics and Business

Humanities

Law

Medicine

Psychology

Science

Social Sciences

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Australian Government Scholarships

About Australia Awards Scholarships

Awardees at an Australia Awards Leadership Conference in Canberra, Australia

Australia Awards Scholarships are long-term awards administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

They aim to contribute to the development needs of Australia’s partner countries in line with bilateral and regional agreements.

They provide opportunities for people from developing countries, particularly those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region, to undertake full time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.

The study and research opportunities provided by Australia Awards Scholarships develop the skills and knowledge of individuals to drive change and contribute to development in their own countries.

Benefits

Australia Awards Scholarships are offered for the minimum period necessary for the individual to complete the academic program specified by the Australian higher education institution, including any preparatory training. The following benefits generally apply:

  • full tuition fees
  • return air travel–payment of a single return, economy class airfare to and from Australia, via the most direct route
  • establishment allowance–a once only payment as a contribution towards accommodation expenses, text books, study materials
  • Contribution to Living Expenses (CLE) – a fortnightly contribution to basic living expenses paid at a rate determined by the department.
  • Introductory Academic Program (IAP)–a compulsory program prior to the commencement of formal academic studies covering information on living and studying in Australia
  • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of the award (for award holder only)–provided to cover the scholar’s basic medical costs (with the exception of pre-existing conditions)
  • Pre-course English (PCE) fees–if deemed necessary PCE may be available for students for in-country and/or in-Australia training
  • supplementary scademic support may be available to ensure a scholar’s academic success or enhance their academic experience
  • fieldwork (for research awards and Masters by coursework which have a research component where fieldwork is compulsory) may be available for eligible research students for one return economy class airfare via the most direct route to their country of citizenship or within Australia.

Award conditions

Applicants who want to accept an Australia Awards Scholarship will need to sign a contract with the Commonwealth of Australia declaring that they will comply with the conditions of the scholarship.

Scholars are required to leave Australia for a minimum of two years after completing their scholarship. Failure to do so will result in the scholar incurring a debt for the total accrued cost of their scholarship.

How to apply

Information on how to apply for an Australia Awards Scholarship.

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Friedrich Naumann Foundation: Scholarship for International Students

Application Requirements

  • giftedness: Candidates have very good to outstanding academic or scientific records in their subject areas and well-rounded interests within school or university and beyond.
  • personal requirements: Candidates are reliable, highly motivated personalities, who are willing to make decisions and take responsibility in the tradition of the German liberal party and ready to actively contribute to the further development of the social, political, cultural and economic life.
  • social and political engagement: Candidates have a distinct liberal profile combined with an awareness of and commitment to social and political issues, which translates into participation in higher-education institutions, engagement in a liberal political party or organisations, associations and initiatives.

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University of Reading UK Scholarships

FELIX SCHOLARSHIPS

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WHAT THE FELIX SCHOLARSHIPS OFFER

The Felix Scholarship scheme is available to high achieving students from India and other developing countries pursuing postgraduate studies at the University of Reading.

The scholarships cover tuition fees at the international rate and provide a stipend (maintenance grant) to cover living expenses (around £14,570). They also provide generous allowances for clothes, books and a return flight home. Please be aware that you will be asked to demonstrate financial need and spouses’ costs will not be met.

The awards are available (depending on eligibility) for up to three years.

Applications are now open. The closing date will be on 30 January 2021.

Pre-alert applicants will be provided with more information in the coming weeks.

WHAT FELIX SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE?

Scholarships for Indian citizens

For Indian citizens, up to six Felix Scholarships are available to students pursuing either a PhD or a master’s.

Scholarships for students from developing countries*

One award, for study at master’s level only, will be made to a student from a developing country.

*The Felix Trustees have indicated that the one scholarship available to students from ‘developing countries’ is aimed primarily at candidates from Africa and excludes “all Western countries, including most of the European Community, and China/Taiwan”. If nominated by the University for the award, the eligibility of high-quality candidates from countries other than India and Africa will need to be approved by the Felix Trustees.

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for all the Felix Scholarships offered, you must be applying to start a full-time postgraduate degree at the University of Reading, starting in September 2021. You must be able to demonstrate academic excellence and financial need and are expected by the Trust to return to work in your home country after completing your studies.

Please note, candidates who already hold a master’s degree cannot apply for a master’s degree scholarship.

For the scholarship for Indian citizens, the following eligibility criteria apply:

  • You must be an Indian national and not currently be living or studying outside of India.
  • You must have not previously studied for one year or more outside India.
  • You must have at least a first-class bachelor’s degree from an Indian university or comparable institution. Those with an upper second-class degree at a bachelor’s level may be considered if they hold a first-class degree at master’s level.
  • You must not hold a degree from a university outside of India.

This scholarship is available to students pursuing either a PhD or master’s.

For the scholarship for students from developing countries, the following eligibility criteria apply:

  • You must have at least a first-class bachelor’s degree from a university or comparable institution. Those with an upper second-class degree at a bachelor’s level may be considered if they hold a first-class degree at master’s level.
  • You must not hold a degree from a university outside of your home country.

Please note that this scholarship is for master’s level only.

PhD candidates from developing countries are encouraged to consider alternative funding options. These can be found in our wider list of funding opportunities.

APPLYING FOR FELIX SCHOLARSHIPS

2021-22 applicants

The 2021-22 application form is now available to download. Please read the application notes before completing this form. 

Applications should be sent to the following email address: felixscholarships@enquiries.reading.ac.uk by using the following subject line: Felix Application – Reading ID 1233456 (your Reading application number).

Download Felix Scholarship application form (PDF, 177KB)

Only those candidates who have been accepted for admission will be considered for short listing. Short listing by all three universities will take place in March and April 2021.

  1. Short listed candidates will be invited for interview in India between April and May 2021 either in person or via Skype/Zoom. Candidates cannot be considered for an award without an interview.
  2. Candidates who are interviewed and subsequently offered a Felix Scholarship for entry in September/October 2021 are not permitted to defer the award. Any scholars unable to commence at the academic institution concerned for the session 2021-22 will lose his/her scholarship.
  3. Felix Scholarship scholars are expected to complete their course of study within the time frame set by the individual universities. It is anticipated that scholars should be able to accumulate, by proper financial management, enough savings from the maintenance allowances paid to personally fund any extension required in order to complete their course.
  4. It is anticipated that scholars who undertake extended fieldwork trips during their course of study should be able to accumulate, by proper financial management, enough savings from the maintenance allowances paid during fieldwork trips to personally fund all expenses incurred in order to facilitate their fieldwork.
  5. It is a condition of the Felix Scholarship that candidates, when accepting a scholarship, undertake to return to their country of origin on completion of their course of study so as to make a contribution to that country. Each candidate will be expected to sign a letter of undertaking to this effect.

Read application notes

CONTACT US

Global Recruitment (International), University of Reading

Telephone: +44 (0) 118 378 3838

Email: felixscholarships@enquiries.reading.ac.uk

Additional information about the Felix Scholarship scheme, which also runs at the University of Oxford and the School of Oriental & African Studies, can also be found on the external Felix Scholarships website.

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SBW Berlin Scholarships Germany

SBW Berlin Scholarship

With our scholarship, we support talented young people from abroad who are socially committed and have volunteer work experience. We believe that education is key to improve the living conditions in the poorer countries of the world.

Hence we award scholarships to young, committed talents from abroad so that they can achieve a university degree or apprenticeship in Berlin. A full scholarship includes the funding of all tuition fees, accommodation in our in-house student flats and a monthly allowance for living expenses.

Most of our scholarship holders initiate and implement social projects while they are studying in Berlin. After successfully completing their studies, we expect them to continue these projects and advance them through the skills they have acquired here. Ideally, these projects are located in their home countries and improve the living conditions there. SBW Berlin assist with advice and mentoring.

As refugees are usually unable to return to their homeland, slightly different requirements apply to them.

At present, our scholarship is reserved for students from Eastern Europe, South America, Asia and Africa. We believe that these regions have a particular need for development assistance due to their current economic and/or social situation.

Detailed information about our scholarship and the entire application and selection process can be found in our guidelines.

Guidelines

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University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Scholarships

Applying to KAUST


Thank you for your interest in King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). We suggest you carefully review the list of requirements below and prepare your application in advance of the deadline.

Application Deadlines ​

Application now open for Fall 2021 – Deadline Jan 15, 2021

Application Requirements​

KAUST requires a minimum TOEFL score of 79 on the IBT (Internet Based Test) or 6.0 on the IELTS (International English Language Testing System). The KAUST admissions code is 4107. Only official TOEFL or IELTS scores will be accepted. TOEFL or IELTS scores for tests administered by an educational institution for admission to that particular institution are not acceptable.

A TOEFL or IELTS score is not required if the applicant received a degree from an accredited institution in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, or New Zealand.

KAUST does not require the GRE exam for admission. However, we strongly encourage students to take the GRE general test. A high quantitative score on the GRE will enhance a student’s application. Official test results should be sent directly from ETS. The KAUST admissions code is 4139. 

Submit an official, complete university Transcript/ Mark sheets/ Graduation Certificate/ Academic Record from every institution previously attended. A scan of the official transcript provided by the university in the native language must be uploaded into the online application along with the certified English translation. Your transcript must include the university grading scale for all documents submitted. If offered admission, an official final transcript must be sent to the Office of Admissions prior to arrival (during the onboarding process) in a sealed envelope to:

​Office of Admissions
Graduate Affairs
Building 9, Suite 4328
4700 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Thuwal, Jeddah 23955-6900
Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaYou must have three letters of recommendation submitted on your behalf. Letters of recommendation are important and should be written by professors or advisors under whom you have pursued research or taken courses in your major field of study. Recommendation letters should be submitted through the application directly from the recommender. Recommenders should provide details about how he/she knows your work, as well as comparative statements (e.g., top 1% of class, best in past five years, etc.), and insight into your research ability.

Also please add your Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Financial Support​

All admitted students receive the benefits of the KAUST Fellowship which supports students for the duration of their graduate studies. The benefits of the KAUST Fellowship include:

  • ​Full tuition support
  • Monthly living allowance (ranging between $20,000-30,000 annual, depending on qualifications and progression through degree programs)
  • Housing*
  • Medical and dental coverage*
  • Relocation support

* Charges may apply to dependent housing and medical and dental coverage.

Contact the Office of Admissions:

Graduate Affairs 
Engineering Building (Building 9), Suite 4328 
4700 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Thuwal 23955-6900​
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

admissions@kaust.edu.sa
Admission Website:

The Office of Admissions is excited to share its new website. Take a look around and explore the admission process at admissions.kaust.edu.sa

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