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The John F. Kennedy School of Government and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) at Harvard University are seeking to hire a Postdoctoral Fellow with expertise in Science, Technology and Society (STS). The one-year position will carry a teaching load of one undergraduate course in Technology and Society; the successful candidate will also assist in STS Program activities and build links between STS and SEAS.

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The Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University is pleased to announce the continuation this year of the Scholarship for the Americas, an MBA scholarship covering the full cost of an MBA education.

 

In addition, the Fisher MBA program offers generous financial aid to students from around the world.

http://fisher.osu.edu/ftmba/index.php?page=Merit-Awards

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UC Davis Extension is happy to announce  a discount of $200 for Winter Quarter's English for Science and Technology Program (EST) as well as the Communication and Culture Program (CCP). This offer will reduce the tuition of each student to $1,440 (EST) and $1,290 (CCP).

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Traditional Admission at Pine Manor College

 

Pine Manor College (PMC) is a four-year liberal arts college dedicated to preparing women for roles of inclusive leadership and social responsibility in their workplaces, families, and communities. It is considered one of the most diverse and affordable all women's undergraduate options in United States. As a student at Pine Manor College you receive a personalized education in the comfort of small classes on a beautiful 66-acre campus. At present, almost 10% of our student body is international students, representing more that 20 countries from around the globe! To apply for admission to PMC, please contact our Director of International Recruitment at 617-731-7104.

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Walden University, the flagship online university in the Laureate International Universities network, is pleased to extend a 20 percent tuition savings to international students who are referred by an EducationUSA Adviser.* This offer is open to all international students who enroll in a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree program through the end of 2011.  Students should go to www.WaldenU.edu/EducationUSA  to further inquire and begin the application process.
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The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Bonn, and the Open Society Scholarship Programs are collaborating on a joint program of grants for graduates from the selected countries in Central Asia,, the Former Soviet Union and the Balkans.

 

The DAAD/OSI Scholarships aim to bolster the capacity of the participating countries to provide quality instruction and research in the social sciences and humanities, and to create a network of scholars from these countries in these fields with colleagues in Germany to enhance the international exchange of ideas and academic best practice.

A variety of academic opportunities are available to scholars in participating countries to pursue advanced degrees and training at top level universities in Germany.  Grantees will be clustered at host institutions to build cohorts of graduates and professors with a common frame of reference, generating international and intra-regional connections into the future.

 

The grants are awarded jointly by DAAD and Open Society Foundations for study and living expenses incurred at German Universities. 

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Cambridge university, in conjunction with the Open Society Foundations, invites applications from scholars from selected countries in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, including , who wish to work in the University's libraries or to contact academic specialists in their subjects.  At Cambridge the programme offers a one-month visit in one of the Cambridge colleges during the summer months (July-September). Scholars must be of post-doctoral or equivalent status and will be university teachers or members of research institutes.

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The Open Society Foundation-London, the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and the Cambridge Overseas Trust invite applications for the above scholarships at the University of Cambridge for the academic year 2011-12.  Applicants will normally be both nationals of and resident in Ukraine.  

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Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business and Management announces the launch of its new Certificate in Socially, Environmentally, and Ethically Responsible (SEER) Business Practice.  Today, business leaders know that being a responsible corporate citizen is not optional. They need leaders who understand the complexities of issues such as sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and ethics - and how these tie into producing a superior product that generates financial growth.

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A Microsoft scholarship provides a leg up for undergraduate students in computer science and related technical disciplines. Microsoft is offering four different types of technical scholarships for the 2011-2012 academic year to current undergraduate students: General Scholarships, Women's Scholarships, Minority Scholarships, and Scholarships for Students with Disabilities. 
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AAUW International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Both graduate and postgraduate study at accredited institutions are supported. Several fellowships are available for study outside of the U.S.

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Are you ready for the challenge?  The Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) is offering high school students an international stage to exhibit their work - the SCAD Challenge series seeks the next generation of talented artists and designers. High school seniors and juniors compete to showcase their work at signature SCAD events, and may become eligible for scholarships to SCAD, the most comprehensive art and design university in the world.
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Siena Heights University, a small Catholic liberal arts institution in Adrian, Michigan, is pleased to announce its need-based scholarship program for international students.  SHU currently hosts over 80 international students from 40 different countries.  SHU has a total student population of 3,000 in its undergraduate, graduate, and degree-completion programs.  Most international students that request need-based aid are awarded assistance.  Aid averages over half the cost of SHU's tuition.

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Monterey Institute is pleased to offer two scholarships for intensive language study for Summer 2011.

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The University of Evansville (Indiana) is again offering its competitive scholarship for students coming through EducationUSA Advising Centers.  Advisers may nominate students (one per center) for the $15,000 per academic year scholarship. 

To receive the scholarship, students must be academically eligible for admission to the University and have the EducationUSA adviser's nomination.  Students may begin either in August or January.  Conditional acceptances are available for students who do not yet have the necessary English proficiency; they may begin in our Intensive English Center and transition into undergraduate studies when ready.  This scholarship is renewable each year for 4 years. 

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Are you interested in pursuing a graduate program in engineering in the United States? Would you like to learn how a U.S. engineering degree can help you to enhance your academic/professional qualifications and prepare you for your future career?
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Destination California and the AACC International are giving you the chance to win more than $9,000 in scholarships. All
you have to do is tell us how to market to students in your country. In other words, how can U.S. colleges make you and
your friends interested in studying abroad in America? Tell us and you could win!

 

Deadline extended to November 1, 2010!

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