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University of Central Missouri, located in the town of Warrensburg, offers a variety of scholarships for international students at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. Scholarship applications must be received one month prior to the start of the semester you intend to enroll.
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Eckerd College, a small, liberal arts and sciences college in St. Petersburg, Florida, automatically considers international applicants for an International Student Grant of up to $11,000, and up to $2,000 in work-earned monies based on the documents and test scores you submit with your admission application.
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Hartwick College, a small private liberal arts school located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains in New York State, offers a variety of merit based scholarships for International Students. The awards range from $5,000 to $24,000 per year for up to four years of study. No additional forms need to be filled out - just an application.
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The Becker Friedman Institute brings together two major economic research centers at the University of Chicago: the Milton Friedman Institute for Research in Economics and the Becker Center on Chicago Price Theory. Supported by the faculties of the University's Economics Department, the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and the Law School, the Becker Friedman Institute will continue to support scholarship and attract outstanding visiting scholars of all levels to the University.
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Beginning in the fall of 2011, American University will offer a three-year Bachelor of Arts program through the School of International Service (SIS).
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Fox Valley Technical College has added additional course offerings for their expanding English Language Institute! Come and learn English and enjoy their safe and friendly community in Appleton, Wisconsin.
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Colleges and universities in the State of Georgia are proud to announce the launch of one of the largest and most organized study consortia in the United States. Study Georgia, with over thirty member institutions, recently formed to help bring talented students from around the globe to the diverse educational programs offered by Georgia's institutions of higher learning.
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Walden University is pleased to extend a 20% tuition savings to international students who are referred by an EducationUSA Adviser.
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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.
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Winthrop University is committed to increasing diversity on campus. For this reason, we recently introduced the International Baccalaureate scholarship. This scholarship is guaranteed as long as the GPA requirement is met! Winthrop University works with rolling admissions and is therefore still accepting applications for the fall 2011 semester!
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The Curtin University Completion Scholarship Scheme is designed to provide financial assistance to Doctoral candidates during the final four months of their full-time thesis enrolment.
-Scholarships are tenable for a period of 4 months, during which time the student must complete and submit their thesis.
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The Heinrich Böll Foundation grants scholarships to approximately 1,000 undergraduates, graduates, and PhD students of all subjects and nationalities per year, who are pursuing their degree at universities, universities of applied sciences (‘Fachhochschulen'), or universities of the arts (‘Kunsthochschulen"). We expect our scholarship recipients to have excellent academic records, to be socially and politically engaged, and to have an active interest in the basic values of the foundation: ecology and sustainability, democracy and human rights, self determination and justice.
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The scholarship promotes doctoral research for the benefit of developing countries. The projects have to be innovative and develop a method or product, which is directly relevant for improving the livelihoods of poor people in developing countries. Deadline for the submission of concept notes is 31 October 2011 and deadline for the submission of full project proposals by candidates admitted to the second stage of the selection process is 15 February of the subsequent year (2012) 
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The Fellowship provides scholars, policy analysts, policy makers, journalists, and other experts with opportunities to spend time in residence at the Institute, reflecting and writing on pressing international peace and security challenges. Priority is given to proposals deemed likely to make timely and significant contributions to the understanding and resolution of ongoing and emerging conflicts and other challenges to international peace and security. Fellowships are open to citizens of any country and applications are invited from all disciplines and professions
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Syngenta is a world-leading agribusiness committed to sustainable agriculture through innovative research and technology. The company is a leader in crop protection, and ranks third in the high-value commercial seeds market. Sales in 2007 were approximately US$ 9.24 billion. Syngenta employs some 21,000 people in 90 countries. Headquarters is located in Basel, Switzerland.
Since Syngenta strongly believes that talented people are the key to successful businesses they embrace INSEAD's mission to train the brightest and best from around the world for the challenge of tomorrow's business world. Syngenta is particularly committed to the dynamic emerging market regions and has therefore chosen to offer this scholarship opportunity to future leaders from emerging countries.
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A PhD studentship in mathematics is available in the School of Mathematical Sciences at University College Dublin starting as early as September 2011 for up to four years to work under the supervision of Dr Helena Smigoc on a project Positivity in Matrix Theory. Positivity arises in a large variety of settings: time, money, goods, buffer sizes, queue lengths, network data, packet flow rates, human, animal and plant populations, concentration of substances, light intensity levels, probabilities-these are all positive. The wide range of applications of positivity gives rise to many problems that have substantial value in pure mathematics and enrich research in linear algebra and other branches of mathematics. The project addresses oneof the most intriguing and challenging mathematical topics in the theory of positive operators: spectral properties of non-negative matrices.
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The Helen Hay Whitney Foundation supports early postdoctoral research training in all basic biomedical sciences. To attain its ultimate goal of increasing the number of imaginative, well-trained and dedicated medical scientists, the Foundation grants financial support of sufficient duration to help further the careers of young men and women engaged in biological or medical research. The aim of the fellowship is to broaden postdoctoral training and experience, and a significant change of venue is advisable. Since the number of available fellowships is limited, the Foundation does not make more than one award in any one year for training with a given supervisor, and in addition, will not support more than two fellows per laboratory at one time
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