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Open Society Foundations will be making their annual visit to Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine in early February to interview candidates for the Undergraduate Exchange Program (UEP). The Open Society Foundation is looking for native English speakers working or living in Dnipropetrovsk and Kharkiv to participate in the interview process to help select the next group of fellows from Dnipropetrovsk f0r 2011-2013.
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he Polish-American Freedom Foundation - Founder of the Lane Kirkland Scholarship Program, and the Polish - U.S. Fulbright Commission - Program Administrator, announce an open competition for candidates from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, as well as Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan for the Lane Kirkland Scholarships in the 2011-12 academic year.
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The Harvard University Graduate School of Design is launching two new areas within its Master in Design Studies program:

 

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PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Jan. 4, 2011) - SUNY Plattsburgh has once again been recognized by Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine as a national leader in offering "an excellent education at an affordable price."

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Beginning in January 2011, the Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism (DCC)  will welcome applications for a one-year DCC Postdoctoral Fellow in any discipline whose research is pertinent to the Program's 2011-2012 theme, "Corporations and Citizenship."  The Program welcomes both empirical and normative scholarship.

 

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UC Berkeley Extension is offering $5,000 in International Diploma Programs (IDP) scholarships available exclusively to postgraduate international students assisted by EducationUSA offices and advisers. IDP provides short-term, intensive certificates in various business and management disciplines, including marketing, finance, and project management.
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The Global Health Scholarships In an effort to further the educational component of our mission, the Center for Global Health supports students who exhibit outstanding academic records and a strong desire to pursue global health careers. Each year, eight or nine scholarships are awarded to incoming MPH, MHS, and MS students in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. The scholarships are awarded through a competitive process and are open to all domestic and international students. All admitted students into the Bloomberg School of Public Health are considered for the award. Students can only be awarded the scholarship as a new student; returning students are not eligible. If you wish, you may mention your desire for the scholarship in your admissions essay. The scholarship covers full tuition for the 11-month MPH program and for one year of a two-year MHS or MS program.full tuition for the 11-month MPH program and for one year of a two-year MHS or MS program.

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Westminster College offers the following scholarships and programs to international students, including first-time freshmen and transfer students:

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The Emile Boutmy Scholarship is awarded to top students whose profiles match the admissions priorities of Sciences Po and individual course requirements.
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The Scottish Graduate Academy offers prize studentships to excellent candidates from across the world. There is no residence qualification and candidates from any country may apply.
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otivated and talented international students, interested in participating in an international master programme of the Faculty of Science of the K.U.Leuven are invited to apply for a scholarship.
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The Irish Longitudinal study on Ageing (TILDA) is a major inter-institutional initiative led by Trinity College Dublin which aims to produce a massive improvement in the quantity and quality of data, research and information relating to older people and ageing in Ireland. It involves interviews on a two yearly basis with a large cohort of people aged 50 and over to collect detailed information on all aspects of their lives, including the economic dimension (pensions, employment, living standards etc.), health aspects (physical, mental, service needs and usage, etc.) and social aspects (family structure and support, formal and informal care, social participation, social engagement, etc.)
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The aim of the project is to use the key palaeoecological data combined with modeling and remote sensing approaches for investigating the long-term trends of the Arctic tree-line in northern Europe (Fennoscandia and Russia). Special weight is given to reconstructing the Holocene shifts of the northern margin of the Boreal conifer forest, associated changes in the biomass of the conifer forest and the tundra, and the resulting changes of the Arctic albedo. The project aims to use novel approaches for estimating vegetation cover (also in terms of biomass) and to integrate the data with dynamic vegetation modeling to explore the biomass and carbon dynamics that are linked to the treeline changes. The project is strongly connected to other on-going international programs and collaboration.
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The European University Institute (EUI) prepares researchers for developing and defending a doctoral thesis. 160 research grants are awarded annually by the EU Member States and other European national authorities to successful candidates.
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The Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences (BGSS) is calling for applications to its international Doctoral Program starting in October 2011. Research proposals should relate to the comparative analysis of the following research areas and topics.

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The CIHR/MSFHR bioinformatics training program operates as a scholarship program for a select number of students who are undertaking a Bioinformatics M.Sc. degree at either the University of British Columbia or Simon Fraser University.

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