University of the West’s “Lotus Scholarship Program” for international and domestic students in USA.2013/14.

UniWest is offering the Lotus Scholarships for new students’ incoming in bachelor’s degree or master’s degree at the university, as well as for students in the hunt for to renew their scholarship for a second year in the 2013-2014 academic year. For the 2013-2014 academic year, UniWest has fruitfully managed funds to carry on making available the Lotus Scholarships for new students inflowing the University, as well as for students looking to renew their scholarship for a second year. New applicants must gather the scholarship eligibility necessities and matriculate into UniWest in the 2013-2014 academic year.

 

 

Subject(s) of study:  Obtainable for bachelor’s or master’s programs at UniWest.

Level of the scholarship: Presented for pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degree level.

Provider of the scholarship: University of the West

Place of laying hold of the scholarship: USA

Eligibility criteria: The scholarship is on hand to fresh students in search of either Bachelor’s degrees or Master’s degrees at UniWest. PhD students, ESL students or students in the hunt for diploma only are not appropriate for this scholarship.

-International students must gather the minimum UniWest admission necessities for English expertise. Provisionally admitted students are not entitled for the scholarship.

-To meet the criteria for the scholarship a student must be registered fulltime at UniWest. Fulltime enrollment is defined as registering for, and successfully completing, a minimum of 12 credits each semester (24 credits per academic year) for undergraduates, and 9 credits each semester (18 credits per academic year) for graduate students. Students must be pre-registered at the full-time credit level before the scholarship funds can be made available to them.

-Minimum GPA for Undergraduate (Un) and Graduate (G) Level: Lotus Gold Scholarship ($10,000): 3.0(Un), 3.25(G); Lotus Silver Scholarship ($5,000): 2.75(Un), 3.0(G); Lotus Gold Scholarship-Fo Guang ($10,000): 2.75(Un), 3.0(G); Lotus Silver Scholarship-Fo Guang ($5,000): 2.5(Un), 2.75(G)

International status: International students can submit an application for this scholarship.

Award(s) offered: Looking forward to donate an outsized figure of Lotus Scholarships for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Awards duration: The Scholarship is at first granted for one academic year opening in Fall Semester. Renewal of the scholarship is probable, but not certain, depending on the student’s presentation and funding accessibility.

Coverage of scholarship: The Scholarship grants $5,000 or $10,000 annually to each victorious applicant to submit an application toward his or her tuition, mandatory fees, room and board, and other expenses compulsory for attendance at UniWest.

Applying procedure: Apply by post or by email.

Deadline for entertaining: Precedence time limit (for new applicants): February 15, 2013.

-Secondary time limit (for both new and persistent/returning applicants): April 1, 2013.

 

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Domus Academy and Vogue Talents Scholarships provided to study Accessories Designing at Masters’ level.

The provided offer is a scheme intended at promoting talent and merit and a unique occasion derived from the collaboration between the Master in Accessories at Domus Academy and Vogue Talents who as always promotes and incentives talent. Further it wants to motivate young talents thinking out of the box, eager to make an intensive experience in the Italian design culture, offering three scholarships to attend the September 2013 edition of the Master in Accessories Design.

The scholarship Competition is provided to study Accessories Designing at masters level by Domus Academy in partnership with Vogue Talents.

This monetary grant is open to students of any nationality and can be taken at Italy.

Information:-

  • About the eligibility:-

Candidates holding a first-level academic diploma or BA degree, or about to graduate within the academic year 2012/13 and with a knowledge of the English language (IELTS 5.0 academic or equivalent certificate minimum).

  • About the nationality:-

International students can submit an application for the scholarship.

  • About the offer:-

Domus Academy and Vogue Talents want to motivate young talents thinking out of the box, eager to make an intensive experience in the Italian design culture, offering three scholarships to attend the September 2013 edition of the Master in Accessories Design.

The competition is open to graduates in fashion design, architecture and art schools and to people with a suitable background and professional experience in the fashion field.

Projects will be selected and evaluated by a jury composed by Sara Maino, Senior Fashion Editor at Vogue and Domus Academy Fashion School Faculty

  • About the awards:-
  1. 3 scholarships are awarded.

 

  1. One scholarship covering 70% of the total tuition fee of the Master Program.

• One scholarship covering 50% of the total tuition fee of the Master Program.

• One scholarship covering 30% of the total tuition fee of the Master Program.

 

  1. Candidates will be informed about the results of the competition by e-mail on 17th May 2013.
  • About the applying procedure and the Deadline:-

Projects in digital format must be sent via e-mail. Paper works must be sent by post.

 

The works must be mailed to Domus Academy by and not later than 3rd May 2013.

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Scholarship naming “Wagga Wagga City Council Undergraduate Scholarship” in Australia 2013

Introduction to provider and scholarship:-

The offered scholarship The Wagga Wagga City Council Scholarship was founded ten years ago and is one of the first Govenors of the Riverina Foundation. This scholarship intends to encourage and assist students who dwell within the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area to undertake tertiary studies.

The herewith scholarship is offered for the courses offered by the University for pursuing undergraduate degree level and can be taken at Australia.

 

The eligibility and international applicability:-

Any Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident who has applied for admission to Charles Sturt University or who is enrolled in a course at the University can apply.  Both on-campus and distance education students are eligible.

-International students can apply for a Charles Sturt Foundation scholarship if they are classified as an international student in Australia, have a full unconditional offer from CSU to study in Australia or are a continuing enrolled full time international student at a CSU campus (the exception may be a scholarship involving work placement, in which case the requirement to be an Australian Citizen for the purposes of work will be included in the criteria) International students can submit an application for a Charles Sturt Foundation scholarship if they are off the record as an international student in Australia, have a full unconditional offer from CSU to study in Australia or are a continuing enrolled full time international student at a CSU campus.

 

Applying procedure and Deadline:-

The mode of applying is online.Procedure of Applying

Step 1

-Read the criteria carefully for each scholarship you wish to apply for to ensure that you are eligible

Step 2

Before you begin, you must prepare answers to these questions:

-3 examples which demonstrate your capacity for Leadership (within your School/College/TAFE/University, community or workplace)

-3 examples which demonstrate the difference you have made to your community (through sport, the arts or volunteering)

 

-a personal statement about your story so far, e.g. what experiences have led you to tertiary study and why you deserve this scholarship? (250 words or less)

-a statement outlining what receiving a scholarship would mean to you? (250 words or less)

Step 3

Before you begin, you must have copies* of:

-a copy of your resume

-if you left school within the last two years:

-a copy of your ATAR results

OR

-an International equivalent in place of ATAR

if a continuing student:

-check your GPA

-If your selection criteria involves Local Government Areas

– Electricity bill

– Phone bill

– Rates notice

– School record

* Copies will need to be attached to your online application and provided in PDF, DOC or JPG format.

The application deadline is 10th February 2013.

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City’s University London’s 30 doctoral studentships to UK/EU and overseas students for entry in 2013/14.

Every year, City offers a number of fully-funded, full-time, three-year Doctoral Studentships to stupendous contenders as part of its enduring investment in academic excellence. Hereby University is offering up to 30 University Doctoral Studentships for entry in 2013/14. Extension of the award after the first year is depending on corroboration by the relevant School of satisfactory progress. Studentship possessors are by and large anticipated to undertake some form of teaching support motion as part of the subsidy arrangements. This will be settled with the School concerned. Training will be made available to support any teaching goings-on. The University provides an expansive research and enterprise development programme to support the development of research skills.

Subject(s) of study:  Presented in the schools of Business, Arts & Social Sciences, Health Sciences, Engineering & Mathematical Sciences, Informatics and Law.

Level of the scholarship: Offered for pursuing doctoral degree level.

Provider of the scholarship: City University London

Place of laying hold of the scholarship: UK

Eligibility criteria: The mentioned Doctoral Scholarships are accessible to:-

Both UK/EU and abroad fee-paying students who will be studying full-time. They can be held in any School of the University.

-Applicants are judged on the basis of their research excellence or self-evident potential and the quality of their research proposal. Schools to help assess applications and you are suggested to judge yourself against them before deciding whether to submit an application for a Studentship.

-A master’s degree from a leading university with a top grade (a minimum of a merit or distinction or equivalent) and a top GMAT score (700 or more) (for Cass Business School)

-Applicants whose first language is not English, evidence of English language expertise will be required. A minimum TOEFL score of 250 in the computer-based test (minimum score of 100 in the internet-based test), or a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 is also required (for School of Informatics)

International status: UK/EU and International students can submit an application for this studentship.

Award(s) offered: 30 no of studentships are honored.

Awards duration: Studentships are acceptable for a period of three-years.

Coverage of scholarship: A Doctoral Studentship make available:

-an annual financial support (£16,000 in 2013/14 and predictable to rise in line with price rises in later years);

-a full tuition fee waiver;

-a one-off allowance of £1,000 which may well be used across the three-year period of the studentship to support research requirements such as specialist training, equipment or conference attendance.

Applying procedure: Every school has its individual application provision: Applications be supposed to be sent for a research degree at City University London in the normal way by post to different contacts for each school (Applications to Cass Business School PhD Programme are made online only).

Deadline for entertaining: As specified by each school the deadlines are as follows: – Cass Business School -5th April 2013

School of Arts & Social Sciences -8th March 2013

School of Health Sciences -8th March 2013

School of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences -1st March 2013

School of Informatics -1st March 2013

City Law School -8th March 2013

 

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BCI Student Research International Students Scholarship Program, 2014

Bat Conservation International (BCI) offers a student research scholarship program for pursuing conservation-relevant research at universities around the world yearly. It also supports students in conducting conservation-relevant research. All BCI scholarship recipients must be conducting research that specifically addresses at least one of our specified areas of need by: 1) answering ecological or behavioral questions essential to conservation or management; 2) resolving an economic problem which will further conservation tolerance; 3) documenting key ecological or economic roles of bats; or 4) educating people who are directly relevant to conservation success. The award is worth of $5,000 one-year award per student. Open to International applicants and can be taken at Worldwide.

Information:-

  • About the eligibility:-

Students enrolled in any college or universities worldwide are eligible to apply. Students who have applied in previous years to BCI’s Student Research Scholarship Program are eligible to reapply each subsequent year, whether they received a previous BCI grant or not. Non-students are not eligible. All proposals to the Student Research Scholarship Program must be prepared by the applicant. While BCI will fund research that is part of a larger project, the student must personally research and develop the proposal. All funded projects must begin no later than December 31 of the year in which the award is received.

  • About the nationality:-

International applicants can submit an application for these scholarships.

  • About the awards:-
  1. Scholarships are awarded for a maximum one-year.

  1. Individual awards range from $1,000 to $5,000.

  1. All conservation-relevant proposals that meet the minimum submission criteria will be forwarded to each member of a team of three outside reviewers, selected for their recognized expertise in bat conservation and research. Depending on the number of applications received, more than one review team may be used. Each of the three reviewers will assign scores of 1 (unacceptable) to 5 (excellent) in each of the following areas:

1)     importance to conservation progress;

2)     relevance to BCI’s stated conservation goals (see Suggestions for Applicant section);

3)     methodology (project design and approach);

4)     Feasibility (time, funding, logistics, and experience).

  1. Notification of acceptance or rejection typically will be made within 90 days of the submission deadline.
  • About the applying procedure and the Deadline:-
  1. Applications will not be accepted via mail. Only online and electronic applications will be accepted. The proposal, budget and student curriculum vitae should be included with the application. Templates for the proposal and budget documents can be found on “Step 6” in the application form. All submitted materials must be in English.

  1. The deadline for submitting applications is December 15, 2013.

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University of Exeter offers PhD Studentships for International Students in Finance 2013 in UK

Introduction to provider and the scholarship:-

The provider business School hosts a large and miscellaneous postgraduate research community with presently over 155 students enrolled on its Doctoral programmes. It has outstanding research ratings with 94 per cent of its research classified as being of global quality (RAE 2008). As part of its continuing development of postgraduate research, the Business School is presenting a number of fully-funded studentships for September 2013 start.

The provider is keen to draw attention of students with strong experience of independent research and knowledge of research methods, techniques and approaches at Master’s level. As with all Doctoral students in the Business School, further training opportunities are obtainable based on training needs estimation at the start of applicants’ studies.

The provider is happy to mull over applications from candidates interested in any field of Finance, but main concern will be given to areas where provider has regulation capacity.

The provided scholarship is available in the field of Finance and for pursuing PhD Degree by the University of Exeter and can be taken at UK.

 

The eligibility and international applicability:-

Applications are welcome from Home/EU and international candidates. Applicants should have an appropriate first degree of class 2:1 or above. They should also have a good Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or a closely related discipline, at Merit level (60%) or higher. Preference will be given to applicants who have received ESRC accredited training at Master’s level. If English is not their first language, a language test certificate is required with the following minimum requirements for this studentship: IELTS 7.0. Personal qualities should also include the ability to work independently and high degree of motivation necessary to complete a PhD in three years.

Home/EU and international candidates can submit an application for the studentship.

 

Applying procedure and Deadline:-

In order to submit application applicants will need to complete an online web form where they must submit some personal details and upload the following documents.

• CV

• Covering letter

• Research proposal

• Transcript

• IELTS/TOEFL certificate (where applicable)

• Details of 2 referees

Applicants covering letter should detail their reasons for applying and why they are the ideal person to undertake the doctoral research and to submit their thesis within three years.

Please add a one page appendix in which you set out succinctly

(i) your overall IELTS score, with components (if relevant);

(ii) the name of your (Master’s) training award and it’s level;

(iii) the subjects studied in your postgraduate degree(s) as relevant to your research proposal and the grades you received.

Applications are to be submitted till 14th February 2013.

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King’s College London offers King’s Continuation Scholarships 2013 in UK

Introduction to provider and the scholarship:-

The King’s Continuation Scholarship (KCS) tenders support to postgraduate research students who are currently registered at King’s College London. The award is open to presently registered postgraduate research students who have at least 12 months of full-time registration remaining on their current PGR programme from September 2013, which leave out the writing-up period. There will be 20 awards available for the academic year 2013/14 and each award is worth up to a maximum of £15,000 p.a. Funds can be used towards either tuition fees (home/EU or international) or living expenses and the awards are renewable for the remaining length of the postgraduate research programme, subject to pleasing progress.

King’s Continuation Scholarships (KCS).

The offered scholarships are provided in all subjects offered by the University for pursuing post graduate research degree level, by the King’s College London and can be taken at UK.

 

The eligibility and international applicability:-

 

Be currently registered on a postgraduate research degree programme at King’s College London;

-Have at least 12 months of full-time registration remaining on their MPhil/PhD programme at King’s from September 2013 (excluding the writing up period)

-These studentships CANNOT be held on a part-time basis; applicants who are currently undertaking their research as a part-time student must agree to convert to full-time study if successful;

-PGR degree programmes referred to in this document cover MPhil/PhD degrees and professional doctorates such as EdD, DClinPsy, MD and DMin;

-Distance learning programmes are not eligible;

-Masters programmes are not eligible;

-Students who are in their ‘writing up’ year, or are due to go into ‘writing up’ in 2013/14, are not eligible.

-This opportunity is for current students only

International students can submit an application for this scholarship.

Applying procedure and Deadline:-To be considered for this scholarship award, all applicants must submit a ‘King’s Continuation Scholarships Case for Support’ Form to the Graduate School office at gsfunding-at-kcl.ac.uk.

Closing date for applications is 14th June 2013.

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International Doctoral Program in field of Economics in Italy, 2013/14

Introduction to provider and scholarship:-

Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and University of Strasbourg offers this International Doctoral Program in Economics and it can be taken at Italy. This scholarship is available for pursuing PhD level. There are no restrictions on nationality. The students from any where from the world/international students may submit their applications for this scholarship. The number of awards offered is a certain no of 3 years grants will be available. The scholarship is amounting to € 12.500 per year + free meals at school’s canteen + Campus facilities. The school may also admit eligible candidates without grants. They will take part in the Programme at their own expenses but they will not have to pay any tuition fee. The Selection board, appointed by the Director of the School, will allocate a score between 1 and 100 based on the academic achievements, the submitted scientific publications, as well as on the Research Project (both in terms of quality and relevance for the PhD programme).

 

The eligibility and international applicability:-

Applicants, with no restriction on nationality, must hold a Master of Science (M.Sc.) or a Master of Arts (M.A.) or equivalent title.

-Current undergraduate students who will be awarded such a degree before September 25, 2013, may also apply.

The International students can submit an application for this scholarship.

 

Applying procedure and Deadline:-

The prescribed mode of applying is online. Candidates are asked for to apply online by May 7, 2013 by 12.00 pm Italian time. In case of problems with the online application, please contact Ph.D. Administration Office (tel. +39 050 883.345, e-mail: PhDEconomics-at-sssup.it).

The application Deadline date is May 7, 2013.

 

Notification:-

The school may also admit eligible applicants without grants. Who will take part in the Programme at their own expenses but they will not have to pay any tuition fee. Sant’ Anna School of Advanced Studies (thereafter, the “School”), together with the University of Strasbourg, declares for the Academic Year 2013-2014 a public competition to attend the International Doctoral Program in Economics.

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King’s College London offering a 3-year postdoctoral position in Developmental Neurobiology in UK, 2013.

The offering is of a 3-year postdoctoral position in Developmental Neurobiology is offered in Prof Andrea Streit’s group at King’s College London. The BBSRC-funded project acquires an interdisciplinary loom to exemplify the molecular networks that control specification of neural progenitors in vertebrates. The Department is one of the foremost centres for Craniofacial Biology worldwide and offers an energetic research environment in the heart of London. This is a mutual project with a team at University College London. It will examine how pluripotent progenitor cells are committed to different neural lineages by means of molecular approaches including next generation sequencing, multiplex transcript analysis, characterization of his tone modification combined with in vivo approaches to study gene function and regulation. The doing well candidate will work closely with a bioinformaticians to analyse data and to foretell genetic interactions. She/he will have proficiency in one of the areas mentioned herewith, an outstanding scientific track record and will be keen to work in an interdisciplinary team.

Subject(s) of study: International scholarships are presented in Developmental Neurobiology.

Level of the scholarship: Offered for pursuing postdoctoral degree.

Provider of the scholarship: BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council)

Place of laying hold of the scholarship: UK

Eligibility criteria: Applications’ from those will be considered who are:-

-passionate and extremely motivated candidate land a recent PhD with a well-built background in molecular and developmental biology and a keen interest in gene regulation and bioinformatics.

International status: International students can submit an application for this scholarship.

Award(s) offered: It’s a 3-year postdoctoral position in Developmental Neurobiology is offered in Prof Andrea Streit’s group at King’s College London.

Awards duration: Fixed term contract for 3 years.

Coverage of scholarship/Criteria of selection: The selection will be made, reliant on important credentials and experience, within the Grade 6 scale, currently £31,331 to £37,382 per annum, plus £2,323 London Allowance per annum.

Applying procedure: Apply by email.

Deadline for entertaining: 6th February 2013.

 

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University of Western Australia offers Scholarships for International Research Fees (SIRFs) for international students in Australia, 2013.

Fruitful scholarships for International Research Fees (SIRFs) for international students by the pleased University of Western Australia. The reason for offering this scholarship is to draw attention of top value international postgraduate students to areas in which the University has dedicated research strengths and to support Australia’s research effort. Doing well claimant be capable of expecting to turn out to be members of a research team working underneath the direction of senior researchers and in an area which has fascinated external resources. Request for a scholarship is also a submission for admission to the University.

Subject(s) of study: It is provided for the areas in which the University has specialized research strengths and to support Australia’s research effort.

Level of the scholarship: It is for pursuing Masters by Research or Doctor of Philosophy.

Provider of the scholarship: Scholarships Committee of the University

Place of laying hold of the scholarship: Australia

Eligibility criteria: To be eligible the claimant:-

  • -be obliged to “be entitled to enroll or be enrolled as a full-time student in a higher degree by research at the University upon beginning of their scholarship”;
  • -be obliged “not to have begun a higher degree by research earlier to year for which the scholarship is sought except the applicant was unable to submit an application for a scholarship in the last selection round due to the timing of their enrolment”;
  • -be obliged “not to previously be in reception of another UWA Postgraduate Research International Tuition Fee Scholarship (SIRF or IPRS) or a UWA International Living Allowance Scholarship (UIS or UPAIS)”;
  • -be obliged to “have accomplished at least four years of tertiary education studies at a high level of achievement demonstrated by the award of a degree of First Class Honours standard or equivalent”;
  • -be obliged to “be a citizen of an overseas country, excluding New Zealand”;
  • -be obliged to “meet the University’s English language requirements for scholarship holders”;
  • -be obliged “not to have finished a degree either at the same level as, or at a higher level than, the degree for which submission is sought”;
  • -be obliged “to enroll in an area of research concentration and be suggested by the head of the school in which the proposed study is to be assumed”;
  • -be obliged “not to be an overseas student who is currently on an Australian Government subsidized scholarship such as AusAID seeking to apply for a SIRF immediately following the AusAID-funded study”. Such contenders are required to meet the terms and conditions of these awards prior to applying for future funding. This applies to students under the Australian Sponsored Training Scholarships (ASTAS), the Equity and Merit Scholarship Scheme (EMSS) and the Australian Development Scholarships (ADS).
  • International status: The International students are able to submit an application for this scholarship (not an Australian citizen, a New Zealand citizen, or an Australian permanent resident).

Awards duration: Acceptable for the period of the course for which it is awarded which is:

  • -two years for the degree of master’s by research;
  • -three years for a doctoral degree.

Coverage of scholarship: International Tuition Fees for equipped four (4) years, in addition to Overseas Health Cover for the award owner only. SIRF awardees may also be awarded a full living stipend scholarship.

Criteria of selection: (a) Academic achievement; (b) English language feat; (c) Research training feat; and (d) Anticipated research environment. Distribution of scholarships is the product of a competitive level and assortment procedure in which applications are scored and ranked by Schools, Faculties and the University Scholarships board, in accordance with these common criteria on the basis of substantiation provided.

Applying procedure: Apply is online.

Deadline for entertaining: Submission closing date is 31st January 2013.

 

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