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The International Peace Scholarship Fund, established in 1949 by the Philanthropic Educational Organization, is a program that provides scholarships for selected women from other countries for graduate study in the United States and Canada. The applicant must be qualified for admission to full-time graduate study or working toward a graduate degree in a college or university in the US or Canada. In order to qualify for her first scholarship, the applicant must have at least one full year of coursework remaining and be enrolled and in residence for the entire school year.
IGB offers up to 5 fellowships for PhD students, Postdocs, or Senior Scientists for 6 - 24 months each. These fellowships are designed to enable outstanding scientists to actively participate in and contribute to the research program at IGB, thus supporting their personal education and training. The working language of the laboratories at IGB is English and we value diversity in backgrounds and nationalities. IGB is determined to increase the proportion of women in successful scientific careers and particularly encourages female scientists to apply. Disabled persons with equal qualifications will be favoured.
The Max Weber Programme is Europe's largest postdoctoral programme in the social sciences and humanities. It is funded by the European Commission (DG Education and Culture) and hosted by the European University Institute in Florence where the research community of professors, researchers and fellows provides an excellent environment for the Programme.
The Gates Cambridge Scholars program enables outstanding graduate students from outside the United Kingdom to study at the University of Cambridge. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of candidates' intellectual ability, leadership capacity, and desire to use their knowledge to contribute to society throughout the world by providing service to their communities and applying their talents and knowledge to improve the lives of others.
The Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship (MIFRS) is awarded to international students wishing to undertake graduate research degree studies at the University of Melbourne. MIFRSs are funded by the University with each faculty having a limited number to award.Each year the University of Melbourne offers about 150 MIFRSs.The MIFRS covers full tuition costs, but not overseas student health care.
These awards are for full-time study towards higher degrees by research. IPRS are funded by the Department of Education, Employment & Workplace Relations (DEEWR). Competition for scholarships is intense; only applicants with extensive research training and experience will be offered an award. UWS may also offer University funded awards called UWS International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (UWSIPRS). These awards carry the same stipend and conditions as the government funded IPRS. Applicants do not need to apply separately for these awards. All applicants for the IPRS are automatically considered for the UWSIPRS if they are not offered an IPRS.
The Department offers graduate training in many areas of biology with particular strengths in Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation, Evolution, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology, Neurobiology, Plant Biology and Bioinformatics. Graduate programs leading to the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees are offered. The emphasis in both programs is on development of the intellectual and technical skills necessary for independent research.
Grand Valley State University is the first university in West Michigan to offer Master's degree program in biomedical engineering, and it is the only program in Michigan to focus on medical device design and development. This program, which is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation and supported by the West Michigan Medical Device Consortium and local companies, will help students match development opportunities with research trends and bring innovative products to market. Students can enroll part-time or full-time.
The Weatherhead Foundation has pledged $50 million to Tulane University to fund scholarships for students with a passion for community service. The new Weatherhead Scholars Program will be the first program of its kind in the country sponsored by a single donor. Its vision is to advance the overall reputation and community engagement impact of the entire Tulane University community.
The newly-created Criminal Justice Studies baccalaureate program at State University of New York in Delhi, NY is designed to give students the strong academic foundation needed to pursue a variety of career options in criminal justice. The program will focus on students who seek careers as police officers and investigators, as well as those interested in jobs as corrections/probations officers and in other work within the justice system. Graduates will be prepared to enter directly into employment or graduate study in the areas of criminal justice, public safety, criminal investigation, private security, or political science.
The American Society for Microbiology International Fellowship Program encourages international research and training collaborations in the microbiological sciences. These grants award fellowships to promising young investigators in resource limited nations who are within five years of obtaining, or are in the process of obtaining, their Masters, PhD, or other equivalent academic degree, and who are working in any of the microbiology disciplines.
To demonstrate its commitment to international students, the Office of International Studies and Programs at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) awards two scholarships to academically talented students from around the world. UNO Advantage Scholarships allow recipients to pay resident tuition rates, which typically reduces tuition charges by about 65%. Scholarships are worth $6,600 to $8,500 per year and are renewable annually with good academic progress. New International Student Scholarships are worth $6000 per academic year and are not renewable. Partial grants of $3,000 are sometimes awarded for a single semester.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indiapolis (IUPUI) provides many scholarship opportunities for international students. All scholarships require full-time enrollment (12 credit hours or more per semester), and funds provided by these scholarships do not cover intensive English as a Second Language study.
Butte-Glenn Community College, a fully accredited two-year institution, is located approximately 75 miles north of Sacramento in northern California. Every semester, the International Student Office offers Fee Waiver Scholarships for International Students valued at $1,000 each. These scholarships give students from around the world the opportunity to study at Butte College for a reduced cost.
Applications are invited by the Mobile Communications department at EURECOM, France, for a PhD studentship in the area of multi-hop cognitive networks, with a competitive salary. EURECOM is an elite French graduate school and research center conducting high quality research in the areas of Mobile Communication, Networking and Security, and Multimedia. It is situated in Sophia Antipolis (between Nice and Cannes), Europe's leading international science park.
Recipients will be allowed € 850,- per month for extension studies and living expenses including residence. Artists will be charged for a contribution to the administration costs. The granted duration of scholarship will depend upon the scope of the cultural project.
This scholarship is offered to students who have applied to study any Masters programme in the Business School beginning in September 2011 and January 2012.All full-time and part-time MA/MSc degrees offered by the Business School.Scholarships are paid by a reduction in tuition fee or by cheque.