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The Faculty of Business is offering a scholarship to all international students commencing an undergraduate business degree in 2011.
There are six short-term grants (max. 1 year) for PhD students available in the Integrated Graduate School of the Collaborative Research Centre SFB 632 Information Structure at the University of Potsdam and Humboldt University Berlin The grants are meant to enable PhD candidates with an interest in information structure to carry out some of their research in the Collaborative Research Centre, which has played a prominent role in the international research on information structure over the past 8 years. Of particular interest to the research centre are PhD candidates from outside Germany and/or with a focus on lesser-studied non-European languages that will help to extend the cross-linguistic coverage and will ideally help to build up stable cooperations with the applicants' home universities.
The target of the Doctoral Programme is to provide doctoral students with qualified skills in engineering, useful to work in research centers or in companies as well. One of the aims of the Doctoral Programme is to allow the students to achieve a complete maturity and autonomy in planning, programming, developing and reporting their research activity.
Experience a stimulating and scientifically challenging atmosphere? Are you looking for close collaboration with dynamic faculty members in a unique international research environment on the German-French border in the middle of Europe? Saarbrücken is your place to be.
We offer a genuine doctoral program in English supported by the German Excellence Initiative.
The program is designed to support the further academic career development of the researchers by enhancing their research experience integrated in excellent research groups, by facilitating new co-operations in a stimulating research environment, as well as by promoting their teaching and leadership skills. Aiming at submitting a successful grant application for a subsequent project at the Freie Universität by end of the fellowship, the program will provide professional guidance essential to preparing grant proposals.
Cranfield University has an exciting opportunity for a motivated graduate to further develop the e-marketing competence of Kingsfield Computer Products Limited, future proofing the company in the following areas: e-shots, web based promotions, website ranking and web intelligence.This project will provide the successful applicant with the experience of working in the specialised domain dealing with e-marketing technologies, such as e-shots, web based promotions, website ranking and web intelligence. It will also provide industrial experience in the area of professional e-marketing and web portal development. The successful applicant will be based within Kingsfield Computer Products Limited in Northampton.
The focus of the Graduate School on molecular and cellular biology takes into account that molecular and cellular biology provides the conceptual and technological foundation on which most other fields, sub-disciplines and specialized areas of life and biosciences rest - from structural biology to bioinformatics, from molecular medicine to biotechnology, and from immunology to systems biology. A higher qualification in molecular and cellular biology will, therefore, prepare graduates for leading positions in all areas where in-depth knowledge of biological processes is required - be it in academia, industry or the public sector.
The International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) is pleased to offer:
Two Round 1 International Scholarships for the July 2011 or January 2012 intakes.
Two Round 2 Scholarships for the January 2012 or July 2012 intakes.
The announcement of this cohort of the DLGS is oriented towards urban and regional resilience. Doctoral students will focus on new concepts for managing change for sustainable urban and regional development.
The Weinstein International Fellowship program, inaugurated in 2008, provides opportunities for individuals from outside the United States to visit the U.S. to learn more about dispute resolution processes and practices and to pursue a project of their own design that serves to advance the resolution of disputes in their home countries.
The Ilko Kucheriv Democracy Fellowship Programme will assist the advancement of democratic practices in transitional democracies by empowering professionals of independent democracy and human rights advocacy NGOs and think-tanks from the CIS region. Fellows from the CIS region will gain expertise from well-established independent think tanks in the EU with experience of democratic transformation and protection of human rights. The programme will provide mentoring and networking opportunities for five fellows from the CIS countries with the aim to gain practical skills, interact with other researchers, and exchange practices with well-established think-tanks and NGOs in the EU. The fellowships should focus on specific democratic transformation issues (e.g. media freedom, constitutional law, parliamentary democracy, judiciary, public opinion research, electoral processes, free and fair elections, building democratic awareness among the general public, etc.)
Faculty for the Future fellowships are awarded to women from developing and emerging economies who are preparing for PhD or post-doctoral study in the physical sciences and related disciplines at top universities for their disciplines abroad. Launched by the Schlumberger Foundation in 2004, the Faculty for the Future community now stands at 194 women from 54 countries, and grows steadily each year.
While many students at Anderson University are from local towns in Indiana or around the U.S., students from Zambia, the Cayman Islands and at least 40 other countries also study at the university. These students are represented through the International Student Association (http://www.anderson.edu/crc/iss/
), provides international students with an outlet to share their stories and a student network to support them through their transition to college life at AU. ISA hosts International Orientation for all incoming International students a week prior to the All-Freshmen Orientation in order to give International students a more one-on-one experience as they adjust to their new environment and life in the U.S.
To meet the increasing demand for skilled instructors from schools and training programs, Johns Hopkins University is launching its new Master of Education in the Health Professions (MEHP) program this fall. This new program represents a unique collaboration of five Johns Hopkins schools (business, education, medicine, nursing and public health) and will prepare health professionals for teaching roles through evidenced-based scholarship and practice emphasizing problem-solving, innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration.
The University of San Francisco offers a unique Master's degree in International and Development Economics (IDEC) that integrates rigorous training in quantitative economics with overseas field study in a developing country. The IDEC program equips students to work as development researchers, policymakers, and practitioners in a range of organizations, including international agencies, international businesses, non-governmental organizations). Many graduates also pursue further studies in international and development economics in a Ph.D. program.
The Princeton Society of Fellows, an interdisciplinary group of scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and selected natural sciences, invites applications for the 2012-2015 Fellowship competition. Four three-year Postdoctoral Fellowships will be awarded this year (two in the Humanities and Social Sciences, one in East Asian Studies, and one in Humanistic Studies).
The Epilepsy Foundation supports a series of grants to advance the understanding of epilepsy, leading to better treatment, to more effective prevention, and ultimately to a cure. The grants fund a wide range of researchers, including students, junior level and senior level investigators.