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Sunday, February 1, 2015

European Funding Guide

European Funding Guide
There are more than 12,000 scholarships, grants, loans and other funding options in the EU worth a total value of more than 27 billion Euros There are many programmes targeting established students. Financial aid is available twelve months of the year and if you continue to look, you’ll find more 

School for International Training Study

School for International Training 
SITStudy Abroad offers semester and summer field-based programs in more than 30 countries worldwide.

This year, SIT will award nearly $1.3 million in scholarships and grants to SIT Study Abroad students. We encourage all qualified students to apply for our need-based scholarships.
Email: studyabroad.scholarships@sit.edu

Northumbria University Scholarships UK

Northumbria University Scholarships

For ( Undergraduate & Postgraduate )
Actual requirements will vary depending on your chosen course of study.  Decisions will also be made on personal statements, additional application information, the actual institution where you studied, the courses you studied and not just your final course grading.


Friday, January 30, 2015

How to obtain a grant to study in Spain

How to obtain a grant to study in Spain
As a foreign student, you are entitled to apply for certain kinds of grants to study in Spain. Here we give you information on some of the programmes that may be of interest to you.

When seeking a grant to study in Spain, remember that there are a wide variety of institutions that offer financial assistance for studying. 
Some of these are reserved for foreigners residing legally in Spain (this is the case of most of the grants awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport: http://www.mecd.gob.es/servicios-al-ciudadano-mecd/catalogo-servicios/becas-ayudas-subvenciones/para-estudiar/universidad.html
 In any event, remember always to check the requirements for each one). 
A good option if you're planning to come and study in Spain is to look into the MAEC-AECID grants for foreigners offered by the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (a part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation). 
These are awarded annually and are generally aimed at postgraduate students. The following link contains information on these grants and on others offered by this organisation. 

Things to remember 

The financial conditions offered may include a monthly stipend, in addition to accommodation in a university residence belonging to the MAEC-AECID Student Residence Foundation. 
These grants are aimed at foreign citizens over the age of 18 with higher university degrees (and in some programmes, at final year university students), with a distinguished record in particular activities. 
Interested candidates should be no older than 35 on the date they start the course. 
You can find more information by writing to the following
 e-mail address: becasmae@aecid.es

Other grant programmes
In addition to the MAEC-AECID, remember that there are more grant programmes offered by other public institutions and universities, as well as by private institutions that have bilateral agreements between Spain and other countries. 
Here are just a few: 

Carolina Foundation Grant Training Programme 
These are also awarded on an annual basis, and are designed to encourage further study by university graduates, and the specialisation and continued recycling of postgraduates, teachers, researchers, artists and professionals from Latin America. You can apply online for the grant that interests you: 

Santander grants 
You can find all the grants offered by this institution at the following link: 

Grant from the Latin-American Postgraduate University Association (AUIP) 
This association offers various programmes such as the Movilidad entre Universidades Andaluzas y Latinoamericanas (Mobility between Andalusian and Latin-American Universities) and the Movilidad Académica entre Instituciones Asociadas a la AUIP (Academic Mobility between Institutions associated to the AUIP). You'll find all the information at the following link: 

"Reina Sofía" grants 
These are aimed at Spanish emigrants whose spouses and children live abroad and wish to pursue university studies in Spain, and do not have the financial resources. To find out the schedule for each particular grant award, go to: 

SEE The Page :

All Spain Universities

All Spain Universities

International Doorway Scholarships

  International Doorway Scholarships

 International Doorway has helped thousands of international students from Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Each year we account for more than U$S 42,000,000 in scholarship awards funding for our students. 
 The International Doorway Academic Scholarship Program is designed for international students who are seeking to begin or continue studies in the United States.
International Doorway has always maintained a 100% success rate in obtaining scholarships for our students at American institutions.
The average participant receives a minimum of 7 scholarships options from different U.S. institutions. 
Program allows international scholars the opportunity to pursue an academic career in the United States and obtain a degree that is widely recognized within national and international employment markets.
If you are not fluent in English you are welcome to participate in our program. Participants who do not have the required English level to begin studies receive scholarship offers that include intensive English courses called English as a Second Language.

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CFHI Scholarships

CFHI Scholarships

CFHI offers scholarships towards specific program months based on our budget each year.
CFHI is offering partial scholarships in the amount of US $500 to $1,000 may be awarded towards participation in any CFHI Global Health Education Program during the above months. One of these scholarships is designated for CFHI's Sight for All- Opthalmology Rotation in New Delhi, India, one is designated for CFHI's Dentistry & Oral Health in Quito, Ecuador.
Scholarships will be given to students who demonstrate a commitment to their communities as well as financial need and an interest in exchanging ideas and sharing experiences with people in Bolivia, Ecuador, Mexico, Argentina, India, South Africa and Uganda.  Priority will be given to people of ethnicities under-represented in CFHI programs, as well as those who have had limited opportunity to travel abroad.

Edison International Education

Changing Lives, Families & Communities Through Education
Education has the power to change lives, communities, and the world. More than 50% of our corporate giving goes toward educational programs designed to help keep young people in school while opening doors to higher education.

We focus our support on education programs that emphasize science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) on the middle school, high school, and college levels, including tutoring, enrichment, scholarships, and college-access programs. We also support arts education programs on the middle school and high school levels. 


Thursday, January 22, 2015

Photojournalism grant

Photojournalism grant open

Photojournalists, graduate students and undergraduates can apply for a grant.

The Alexia Foundation seeks applicants for its professional and student photography grants, which aim to help photographers produce substantial picture stories that further the foundation’s goals of promoting world peace and cultural understanding.

The winner of the professional grant will receive US$20,000 for the production of still photography or multimedia projects.

Awards for the graduate and undergraduate grants include tuition for study at Syracuse University in London and cash grants.

Grants will be awarded to applicants who can further cultural understanding and world peace by conceiving and writing a concise, focused and meaningful story proposal and who can demonstrate the ability to visually execute that story with compelling images.

The deadline to apply for professional grants is Jan. 29, 2015. There is a $50 application fee for professional grant applications.

The deadline for student grants is Feb. 2, 2015.

For more information about professional grants, click here and about student grants, here.

Ens de Lyon Scholarships

The ENS de Lyon and its partners offer scholarships for excellent international students to enrol in its Masters programs in the Exact Sciences, the Arts, and Human and Social Sciences (excluding Professional Masters in teaching).

The Ampère Scholarships of Excellence of the ENS de Lyon provide students with the opportunity to enrol in one of the ENS de Lyon Masters programs in the Exact Sciences, the Arts or the Human and Social Sciences (excluding the Professional Masters programs in teaching).
The Avenir Lyon Saint-Etienne program (PALSE) of the Université de Lyon provides scholarships for enrolment in the following Masters programs: ADMIRE (Administrator of institutions for research and the diffusion of knowledge); AlterEurope (Experts on the EU and neighbouring countries); Archinfo (Architecture of information); Biosciences; or Physics and Chemistry.
The Inria and the ENS de Lyon have joined forces to offer scholarships to students who wish to enrol in the Masters program in Fundamental Computer Science and undertake their research internship within a team belonging to one of the INRIA research centres.
The Laboratory of the Informatics of Parallelism (Laboratoire de l'Informatique du Parallélisme – LIP) of the ENS Lyon offers scholarships to students wishing to enrol in the Masters program in Fundamental Computer Science and undertake their research internship within a research team belonging to the LIP.
The MILYON Laboratory of Excellence (Labex MILYON) offers scholarships for enrolment in the Masters programs in Advanced Mathematics and Fundamental Computer Science. The project is funded within the framework of the "Investissement d'avenir" program.

Email: ampere.scholarship@ens-lyon.fr


The Internet Society Free Membership

The Internet Society is a global cause-driven organization governed by a diverse Board of Trustees that is dedicated to ensuring that the Internet stays open, transparent and defined by you. 
We are the world's trusted independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards, and future development. More than simply advancing technology, we work to ensure the Internet continues to grow and evolve as a platform for innovation, economic development, and social progress for people around the world.
With offices around the world, we work to ensure that the Internet and the web that is built on it:
Continues to develop as an open platform that empowers people to share ideas and connect in new and innovative ways
​Serves the economic, social, and educational needs of individuals throughout the world – today and in the future

Free Membership

Internet and Networking Fellowship

RACI (the RIPE Academic Cooperation Initiative) is providing up to three students and researchers with tickets to MENOG 15 (1-2 April 2015 at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Dubai), including accommodation and travel.

One candidate will also be invited to present their work at RIPE 70 in Amsterdam (11-15 May 2015 at the Hotel Okura Amsterdam in Amsterdam, the Netherlands), including travel and accommodation.

RACI@MENOG Applications Are Now Open

The RACI Coordination Team is now accepting applications from the MENOG community.

Please read the Guidance Notes before applying.

Applications must be received by Friday, 27 February 2015.

About RACI
RACI gives students and researchers a unique opportunity to present their work to leading technical figures in the Internet world, receive feedback from experts and have their work published on the RIPE Labs website for community feedback.

Benefits for researchers
Promote your research
Get direct feedback on your work from leading technical experts
Networking opportunities
Have your work published on RIPE Labs
See first hand how the Internet community works

Benefits for the MENOG community
Introduces new members to the MENOG and RIPE communities
Find out about research that can help your operations
Expose academic work from the MENOG region to the global Internet community

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

ZONTA International Scholarships

ZONTA International Scholarships

Scholarships and Fellowships

Amelia Earhart Fellowship

 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship
The 2015 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship materials are under revision and will be updated near the end of February 2015.

Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Awards
Emma L. Conlon Award
for information programs@zonta.org 
Website : 

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship 

The Gilman Scholarship Program aims to diversify the kinds of students who study abroad and the regions and countries where they go. 

The Gilman Scholarship is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and is open to U.S. undergraduate students who demonstrate high financial need. 

The Gilman Scholarship is pleased to announce that the applications for Summer 2015 and Fall 2015/Academic Year 2015-2016 are now open.

The deadline is Tuesday, March 3rd at 11:59pm Central Standard Time (CST) for both terms.  Late applications will not be accepted under any circumstance. 

Webinars have been scheduled to help you with the application process. Please note that these take place in Central Standard Time (CST). To register, go to the Gilman website .


University of Leicester NEW Scholarships

HOW TO APPLY: All applicants should download the application form, and submit this with the necessary supporting documents directly to scholarships@le.ac.uk
Applications must be completed and received by the scholarships team before the application deadline in order to be considered. 
Note that applicants to the Open Scholarship Scheme who are holding an offer for a taught Master's programme within the College of Social Science will automatically be considered for both schemes.

Open Master's Scholarship
on all full-time courses starting in September/ October 2015
Maximum number of awards: 20
Value of award £3,500 GBP only for One year
 Application deadline 29 May 2015

College of Social Science International Scholarship Scheme
Maximum number of awards 40
Value of award £2,500 GBP only for One year
 Application deadline 29 May 2015

The above Scholarship Schemes are only open to applicants already holding an offer (conditional or unconditional) to study for a degree programme at the University of Leicester.
Applications for the College of Social Science International Scholarships are open to any students holding an offer to study a course in the College of Social Science which includes the Departments of Criminology; Economics; Education; Lifelong Learning; Management; Media and Communication; Politics and International Relations; and Sociology.
Candidates for both of the above Scholarships must be classified by the University as international students for fees purposes.

IMRD Consortium Scholarship Belgium

The IMRD Consortium Scholarship

Starting intake 2015, partner universities and consortium beneficiaries award a limited number of full scholarships to young promising students from all nationalities. The aim of these scholarships is for these promising students to finance their participation to the IMRD programme, and for the programme to be able to keep on attracting world top class students.

As these scholarships are mainly provided by consortium partners, awarded students are expected to study at least half of the IMRD programme at the partner awarding them the scholarship. More precisely, the awardee will have to conduct his/her master dissertation at the awarding university, as well as at least the second or third semester of the programme (which is perfectly in line with the IMRD Mobility Scheme).


International Master of Science in Rural Development

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology 
Direction of Scholarship Operation
Implementation of a scholarship system that allows students to focus on academics.
Scholarship system that allows students to maintain a certain level of academic ability.
Scholarship system that maintains the principles of competition, but avoids excessive competition.
Scholarship system that assists low-income students in the payment of tuition fees.
Undergraduate Tuition Fee Assistance and Related Scholarship Standards
Provide a scholarship corresponding to school support fees if the student has completed at least 12 credits in the previous semester and maintained a cumulative GPA of B- (3.0/4.3).
Provide a scholarship corresponding to school support fees for 1 year (2 semesters) after admission regardless of academic record.
Students who have applied for the National Scholarship Fund (type 1), implemented by the Korea Student Aid Foundation, and receive no more than 3 allotments of income are provided with a scholarship corresponding to registration fees (tuition fees + school support fees) regardless of the academic performance in the previous semester.
Basic Policies of Scholarship Operation
In accordance to the government policy forbidding duplicate payment of scholarships, duplicate payment is prohibited (the more favorable scholarship is provided to students).
If a student does not apply for or withdraws from a scholarship recommended by the university by their own will, the student will be denied payment of internal university scholarships based on separate standards.
All scholarships provided by the university on a monthly basis are support for living expenses (cannot exceed 500,000 KRW per month).

Samsung Foundation

Samsung Foundation

Culture and Art Projects , Social Welfare Projects, Prize and Awards

Samsung Scholarship Lee Kun Hee Scholarship Foundation

Samsung Scholarship, formerly known as the Samsung Lee Kun Hee Scholarship Foundation, was established in 2002. Samsung Scholarship provides financial support and opportunities to pursue higher education overseas to gifted Korean students, who have proven their potential to become global leaders of tomorrow and lead Korea for the better future
in this age of information technology.
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Samsung Dream Scholarship Foundation

Samsung Dream Scholarship Foundation
Supporting international students in Korea from developing countries,
to become future leaders who can aid the development of their home countries.

Outstanding students who are recommended by Korean partnering universities
Students from and with a nationality of a country in the DAC List of ODA Recipients.
Students in financial difficulties.
Students who have proven academic excellence (reflected in GPA scores).
Students who have a high probability of returning to their native country and supporting its development.
Students who possess talent and the potential to becoming a future global leader.
The number of students awarded this scholarship must be under two per country, per university.
* Partnering Universities (as of March, 2011)
Kyunghee University, Korea University, Seoul National University, Ehwa Womens’ University, Yonsei University,Handong University, Sungkyunkwan University

Operation Schedule
Winter Selection
Summer Selection
Contents of Support

Undergraduate Level : Academic Support Scholarships(living expenses)
Graduate Level : Tuition or Academic Support Scholarships
Period of Support

The scholarships may be extended after a satisfactory evaluation of reports and interviews.
The support may be extended until the student graduates from his/her academic program.
Undergraduate : Maximum of 8 academic semesters
Master : Maximum of 4 academic semesters
Doctorate : Maximum of 6 academic semesters
Important Notices for Students

Online mid-term report(June), Annual Report (December) must be submitted
Participate in Interviews (February)
Participate in the Foundation’s programs and activities