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The Centre for Studies in Religion and Society invites applications from scholars in Canada or abroad for visiting fellowship appointments of up to 12 months' duration during the 2012/13 academic year. The purpose of the fellowship is to provide research space and an environment conducive to writing and reflection to scholars working on research projects in the area of religion and society.
The SFI Starting Investigator Research Grant (SIRG) Programme provides an opportunity for excellent early-career-stage investigators to carry out independent research in the fields of science and engineering that underpin biotechnology, information and communications technology, and sustainable energy and energy-efficient technologies. The award also provides funding for a postgraduate student, who will be primarily supervised by the Starting Investigator (SI). The SI will work with an associated mentor, who will provide the necessary support and infrastructure for the project to take place. SIRG awards are of €400,000 direct costs for a period of four years; 18 awards are expected to be funded through this Call, which is partly funded through the Marie Curie COFUND Programme. Transnational mobility is a new objective of the SIRG programme. Consequently, a significant number of awards in this Call will be offered to "transnational applicants".
Asian Institute of Management's W. SyCip "Best and Brightest" full scholarship program offers the top undergraduate students with high GMAT/AIMAT scores, and solid work background MBA or MM full tuition scholarship, economy air fare from and to the students' home country, lodging at the AIM dormitory, and a monthly stipend. Mr. Washington SyCip, one of the founders of the Institute is funding this program. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, all admission requirements must be submitted.
This award may be given either to a master's thesis or to a doctoral dissertation for the development of an innovative technology and its utilization for the creative solution of a major problem. Nominees must have earned the master's or doctoral degree within the period of July 1, 2010, through June 30, 2011. The 2011-2012 awards consist of a certificate of award, $1,000 to the recipient, and travel expenses for the student and the student's advisor to receive the award at the annual meeting of the Association.
The scholarship is an annual award to engineering students attending the University of Canterbury, particularly overseas engineering students, who are considered likely in their future lives to promote and foster racial tolerance, co-operation, and understanding, which Brian Morrison during his lifetime and while a student at university earnestly sought.
The Demonstration of Energy-Efficient Developments (DEED) program was established in 1980 by the American Public Power Association. The purpose of this research, development and demonstration program is to sponsor and conduct activities related to energy innovation, improving efficiencies and lowering the cost of providing energy services to the customers of publicly owned electric utilities.
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The program is aimed at committed young people in the final stages of their training or those who have successfully completed their training within the last two years and who are looking to go abroad for a maximum of one year to gain initial international experience as part of a project, internship, training course or simply "on-the-job" work.Applications are welcome from individuals from Germany with a suitable project looking to go abroad and from those from outside Germany planning a comparable stay in Germany.
Dissertation Fieldwork Grants are awarded to aid doctoral or thesis research. The program contributes to the Foundation's overall mission to support basic research in anthropology and to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source of vibrant and significant work that furthers our understanding of humanity's cultural and biological origins, development, and variation. The Foundation supports research that demonstrates a clear link to anthropological theory and debates, and promises to make a solid contribution to advancing these ideas. There is no preference for any methodology, research location, or subfield. The Foundation particularly welcomes proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or integrate two or more subfields.
Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship to study modelling of a nonlinear biodynamic response in human vibration. The project is funded by the Department of Mechanical and Design Engineering inline with a newly developed vibration lab area within an established and well-equipped mechanical testing environment. The successful applicant will join a strong team of researchers at the Biomechanics group of the Mechanical Behaviour of Materials (MBM) section within the department
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 scholarship is meant to make a significant contribution towards the costs of travel and living while studying in Utrecht. The focus of the programme is primarily on students from EEA countries. For students outside the EEA countries it is necessary to find additional funding to be able to finance your study and stay completely.
Otto Bayer scholarships are open to students in their advanced study period. Disciplines receiving support.The foundation places great emphasis on internationalism, and therefore scholarships are granted exclusively to students from German-speaking countries wishing to study abroad and foreign applicants who want to study in Germany.
Study Oregon is a group of educational and training organizations whose purpose is to connect international students and professionals with quality education and training in the state of Oregon. The members include community colleges, public and private colleges and universities, English language schools, art institutions and a college of naturopathic medicine.
The English as a Second Language Institute at the Louisville campus of Campbellsville University prepares non-native speakers of English for full-time study at the university. All ESLI students take intensive courses in grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension. Students are tested for English proficiency and placed into the level of study that matches their needs.
The University of Baltimore, a public institution within the University System of Maryland, has announced the launch of a new M.S. in Global Leadership degree. Fully accredited by AACSB International, the program is designed to prepare participants for global leadership positions in international businesses, multilateral agencies, and non-profit organizations.
The University of Oregon provides various scholarships for its international student population. For example, the International Cultural Services Program (ICSP) consists of 30-40 renewable scholarships that apply to tuition only and range from $6,000 to $20,000 per year.