ЦЕНТР ОСВІТА - РАЗДЕЛЫ САЙТА
The International Ibsen Scholarships were initiated in 2007 by the Norwegian government.
In total, scholarship funds amount to 1,000,000 NOK (approx. 125.000 Euro/150.000 US Dollars) in 2009, and will be awarded to Ibsen-related projects worldwide.
The scholarships are meant to act as incentives for critical discourse in regards to existential and society-related subject matters concerning Henrik Ibsen.
Scholarships are applicable to individuals, organizations or institutions within the artistic and cultural communities.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Maastricht University, the Netherlands, has an opening:
PhD ‘Transnational families: Migration strategies and socio-demographic changes
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
The faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS) has approximately 200 employees and around 1,500 students. The faculty is very internationally oriented and several of the programmes are offered in English. Its students come from all over the world. The FASoS offers two three-year bachelor programmes: Arts and Culture and European Studies, and 10 one-year master programmes.
The University of Bridgeport, USA, will automatically evaluate all international graduate students, applying to a program in our School of Engineering or School of Business, for a 4 credit per semester Graduate Assistantship (GA). More than 150 of these GA opportunities with tuition remission are available. As a GA you will be given the opportunity to work directly with our faculty as either a research, teaching or administrative assistant.
Post-doctoral and Graduate Student Positions in Functional Genomics of Wine Grapes
Wine Research Centre & Michael Smith Laboratories, UBC
The UBC Wine Research Centre (http://www.landfood.ubc.ca/wine/lund/lund.html) and Michael Smith Laboratories (www.michaelsmith.ubc.ca/faculty/bohlmann/) are currently seeking two outstanding post-doctoral research associates and one graduate student to join an existing and productive team conducting research in the area of wine grape functional genomics. One post-doctoral position is available immediately (position 1), and a graduate student assistantship is available in September 2009 (position 2), for functional genomics research in grape terpenoid synthases and terpenoid biochemistry. One post-doctoral position (position 3) is available in September 2009 to characterize gene promoter regulation in berries in response to nitrogen fertilization with a focus on modulation of hormone and terpenoid metabolism.
National Center of Competence in Research - ‘Frontiers in Genetics', Switzerland
Starting in October 2009
Frontiers in Genetics proposes an international program for doctoral training, supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation. This program is based at the University of Geneva, and includes participating members from all of our NCCR's institutions. The program starts in October 2009 and provides a strong background in molecular genetics and genomics to address cutting edge biological issues.
We wish to recruit outstanding candidates with a degree in biological sciences and a commitment to a career in research. The selected students will receive stipends for four years, providing they complete all program requirements.
Scholarships available for Internationals studies working towards Master or Ph.D. Degrees in Shanghai, China.
Scholarships For Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Croatia, Ethiopia, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.
As of September 2009, two Master's Degree level courses on Plant Protection and Agricultural Engineering will be offered in English on a scholarship basis by the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to nationals of a select group of countries
We are looking for a foreign applicant for a postdoctoral fellowship at the Station Biologique (Roscoff, France).
The global objective of this project is to determine ecological significance of photoheterotrophic bacteria in the Western Arctic Ocean and understand how natural assemblages will respond to the global change.
Bangkok School of Management www.bsm.ac.th
is currently offering a Partial Scholarship Award to both Thai and International students wishing to earn an accredited international degree. BSM's outstanding 2 + 1 Business degree provides students with the opportunity to qualify for an international business degree by spending the first two years of their degree in Bangkok. For the final year(s), Student can choose to study with the University of their Choice, from a list of leading universities across USA, UK, Europe and Asia or even choose to complete their final year with an accredited western university via distance learning or on campus.
The University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire offers a number of scholarships for incoming international students. Currently, 90% of international students receive scholarships. Scholarship applications are reviewed after students are accepted to UW - Eau Claire.
Undergraduate Financial Assistance: University of Wisconsin-Superior Tuition Award Program (TAP)
UW-Superior's Tuition Award Program (TAP) aims to foster a campus community that is culturally diverse and academically strong. In 2008-09, more than 90% of admitted undergraduate international students qualified for a TAP award.
Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas, offers undergraduate scholarships based on the current grade point average [GPA] to new international freshman and transfer students.
The International Graduate Program "Molecular Biology and Medicine of the Lung" (MBML) is the leading educational platform of the University of Giessen Lung Center (UGLC) at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany. We are now seeking highly qualified and motivated individuals for full-time doctoral studies in the following areas:
University François-Rabelais offers several 500€ scholarships for attending their summer sessions
Description : The Software Engineering & Architecture (SEARCH) group at the University of Groningen is committed to advancing the state of the art in the field of software architecture. The group aims to achieve that by carrying out joint research projects with universities, research institutes, and industrial partners, thus combining academic know-how with industrial practice. The research topics of the SEARCH group include software architecture design and evaluation, architectural knowledge, software product lines, architectural patterns and pattern languages, architecture-centric evolution, and service-oriented architectures. For more information please check our website (http://search.cs.rug.nl/
) or email us (firstname.lastname@example.org
). The SEARCH group is looking for excellent candidates that wish to apply for scholarships from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. Prospective PhD students have substantial freedom in deciding upon their research. They may work on one of the group's existing research projects or submit their own research proposal, in coordination with the group head.
The Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies (GPTS) is part of the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context: Shifting Asymmetries in Cultural Flows" at the University of Heidelberg. It offers a structured PhD programme within the interdisciplinary research environment of the Cluster. The programme's main location is the Karl Jaspers Centre (KJC), situated at the University of Heidelberg. PhD students will be trained by scholars working within the Cluster and will have access to a vibrant international scholarly community. The doctoral programme offers (a) an introduction to theories and methodologies of transcultural studies, (b) access to a well-equipped work environment supported by European and Asian institutions, (c) participation in the gathering of textual and nontextual source material, (d) support of PhD projects which are linked to the broad research fields pursued by the Cluster.