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The Oak Institute for the Study of International Human Rights at Colby College is pleased to announce a call for applications for the 2011 Oak Fellowship. We seek one front-line human rights activist working outside of the U.S. and who works on problems created by or associated with poverty.  In this call for applications, we highlight our concern about the physical and emotional violence, the potential loss of security and dignity, often associated with deprivation. Our 2011 Oak Fellow will work to promote human rights threatened by poverty. Such rights include but are not limited to: the right to work in safe conditions and earn an adequate and stable income; access to basic food and shelter; freedom from forced evictions; access to adequate health care and medical attention; access to basic services and infrastructure; the right to a healthy and safe living environment, including access to clean drinking water; access to education; freedom from discrimination based on class or income.


The 2011 fellowship will offer a semester in residence at Colby, giving respite from front-line human rights work, a $32,000 stipend, plus medical insurance, transportation, housing and utilities.


The Princeton Society of Fellows, an interdisciplinary group of scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and selected natural sciences, invites applications for the 2011-2014  Fellowship competition.


Five three-year Postdoctoral Fellowships will be awarded this year. The stipend for academic year 2011-12 will be approximately $72,000. Fellows are provided with a shared office, a personal computer, a research account of $5000 a year, and access to university grants, benefits and other resources.  Fellows are expected to reside in or near Princeton during the academic year in order that they can attend weekly seminars and participate fully in the intellectual life of the Society.


All candidates will be informed of the status of their application by the end of January 2011.  Interviews will take place in early February. The Society will reimburse the cost of travel and lodging associated with the interview.  Names of fellowship winners will be posted on the Society of Fellows' website in July 2011.


The Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Program is a scholarly community where individuals pursue advanced work across a wide range of academic disciplines, professions, and creative arts. Radcliffe Institute fellowships are designed to support scholars, scientists, artists, and writers of exceptional promise and demonstrated accomplishment who wish to pursue work in academic and professional fields and in the creative arts. In recognition of Radcliffe's historic contributions to the education of women and to the study of issues related to women, the Radcliffe Institute sustains a continuing commitment to the study of women, gender, and society. Applicants' projects need not focus on gender, however. Women and men from across the United States and throughout the world, including developing countries, are encouraged to apply. We seek to build a community of fellows that is diverse in every way.


Students planning to take the ACT university entrance exam on October 23 for admission into a 4-year college or university in the USA need to register by the September 17 registration deadline.  The ACT is one of the entrance exams typically required by U.S. colleges and universities for entry into their undergraduate programs.

In response to growing demand from companies seeking employees with a business background in sustainability, SF State is expanding its MBA course offerings with an accelerated Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program with a sustainable business emphasis. The first cohort will begin in January 2011.

The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies at the University of Virginia invites scholars whose work focuses on Africa and/or the African Diaspora to apply for a two-year post-doctoral research and teaching fellowship, beginning August 25, 2011, and ending August 24, 2013. The fellowship carries an annual salary of $45,000, plus benefits.


Tuck scholarship awards are made possible through the generosity of Tuck alumni, corporations, and nonprofit foundations. Recipients will be notified at the time of their offer of admission to Tuck or in their financial aid award package. All applicants must complete an Application for Tuck School of Business Scholarships by the specified deadlines.

Founded in memory of James Alan Cox, a television photojournalist, The James Alan Cox Foundation for Student Photographers aims to provide financial support to student photographers of high school and college age. Through a variety of funding, including equipment purchases and scholarships for college and technical school classes, the foundation's mission is to expand educational and developmental opportunities for student photographers demonstrating interest, talent and financial need.

International students are eligible for need-based and merit-based financial aid, and are encouraged to apply for a variety of awards that acknowledge students who have reached a high level of academic achievement throughout their high school career. With the exception of the Wesson Honors Scholarship, there is neither a separate application, nor deadline for these scholarships. As part of our rolling admissions process, students will be informed of the award decision at the point of acceptance. For international students, the admissions committee will recalculate your GPA based on equivalent letter and number grades from the Official High School Transcript you submit.

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Beginning immediately, the new rates for I-20 issuance purposes will be as follows:

- Undergraduate program (12-18 credits per year): USD 41,000 per year

- Graduate program (18 credits per year): USD 30,000 per year

- ESL program (3-month term): USD 8,100 per term


The Academic Bridge Program is designed to allow students to successfully transition from study outside of the USA to a full-time academic program.  Our experienced faculty and staff give Academic Bridge Program students the confidence and skills they need in order to succeed.  Students take two pre-selected courses which are transferable to the CSU and UC systems.


The Master's Degree in the International Public Policy and Management Program (IPPAM) at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California, is a 13 to18 month full-time program


This degree program is for promising mid-career professionals who plan to work as analysts and managers in the public, non-profit and private sectors.  Graduates of this program develop the analytical and quantitative skills required for successful leadership in these three sectors.


The Post-Graduate Fellowship is an intensive training program that provides opportunities both for self-directed research and interdisciplinary collaboration in health metrics. Strong candidates for this program have graduate-level training in quantitative methodology from one of the following areas: health policy, economics, mathematics, computer science, statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology, health services, demography, engineering, physics, medical sciences, or other related fields.




As an international student, you will travel thousands of miles from home in search of a quality education and a multi-cultural experience. Before you commence the college search, you need to answer one essential question.... What do you want from a U.S. college experience? Some of the answers may be Challenging Education, nurturing environment, opportunities to mingle with a Challenging Education, freedom to explore, memories to last your life. Choose Albright College as your home away from home and you'll find all that...and more.

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