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The Academic & Cultural Sharing Scholarship at North Dakota State University offers international undergraduate students the chance to pay only 50% of the non-resident tuition rate, which is currently a savings of about $8,700 per year. This scholarship is available to all international undergraduates who qualify for admission at North Dakota State University, hold F-1 student status, and continue to uphold the necessary academic requirements and service requirements.
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The Academic Bridge Program at Diablo Valley College (DVC), which will take place this October, is designed to allow international students to successfully transition from study outside of the US to a full-time academic program. Experienced faculty and staff give students the confidence and skills they need in order to succeed at colleges and universities in the US. Students take two pre-selected courses, and they also have the opportunity to take part in study sessions, academic seminars, campus visits, and a wide variety of social activities.
Bay Path College has a long history of welcoming international students to its suburban campuses in Western Massachusetts. By providing international student advisors who offer guidance from the time of arrival, Bay Path helps to ease students' transition to living and studying in the US. Watch the video to hear what Bay Path College international students have to say about life as a US college student.
The American Association for University Women (AAUW) hopes to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. To this end, the organization awards fellowships for full-time graduate and postgraduate study or research in the US to women who are not US citizens or permanent residents.
The Spalding University Office of Advancement and Development, in collaboration with the School of Nursing, has established scholarships for the 2011-2012 academic year for two of its nursing degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN).
Northern Michigan University (NMU), a four-year public university located in the town of Marquette, offers a range of scholarships for international undergraduates coming to study in the US. The International Academic Award is available to first-time undergraduate international students, and the Transfer International Academic Award is reserved for students who are transferring to NMU from an accredited US college. Both awards are valued at $1,100 per semester and require students to maintain at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship supports outstanding community college students with financial need by providing funding for them to complete their bachelor's degrees at US four-year colleges and universities. The Foundation provides approximately 50 highly competitive scholarships, which are intended to cover a significant share of the student's educational expenses - including tuition, living expenses, books and required fees - for the final two to three years necessary to achieve a bachelor's degree. Awards are valued at up to $30,000 per year and vary based on the cost of tuition as well as other grants or scholarships the student may receive.
Candidates interested in conducting postdoctoral research at the Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research (BIDR) during the year 2012, for a period of 1-2 years, in topics related to drylands and which include among others: Desert ecology, Solar energy and environmental physics, Architecture and town planning, Rainfed and irrigated agriculture, Hydrology, Aquaculture, Environmental microbiology, Desalination and Water Treatment, and Biotechnology.
Two fellowships, for up to US$ 20 000 each, are available for 2012 to carry out research, from 3 to 12 months, on a wide range of biophysical, economic and social themes related to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources in developing countries.
In the past, when students registered to take the TOEFL iBT test, the standard mode of delivery of scores was a paper copy that was mailed to the student, plus the ability to see them online. Students were given an option to decline the paper score report and receive scores only online if they wished.
We have a 6-month Internship/Training Program in Food & Beverage/Hospitality in Alaska!
We are pleased to offer new internship opportunities for eligible candidates.
The chemistry involved in extracting uranium from uranium bearing ores is complex due to uranium bearing ores containing a number of different uranium minerals in addition to the other numerous minerals / compounds found in these ore bodies. In order to gain a better understanding of the chemistry of uranium extraction from uranium bearing ores detailed information on the type and quantity of uranium minerals present in feed ores is required.
This PhD research project aims to deliver highly sensitive and selective sensors for the online monitoring of mercury which can operate under the harsh environments found in many industrial applications. The research project will focus on developing tailored nano-engineered metallic and bimetallic surfaces through facile electrochemical and chemical methods and studying their interaction with mercury vapour at the nano level. The positions are based at the City campus of the School of Applied Sciences through a joint collaborative project with Alcoa World Alumina (Australia) and BHP Billiton.
Ingleby is a worldwide group of family farms. Ingleby manages pasture, arable and mixed farms in Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Romania, Uraguay and USA. Ingleby's head office is located in Vordingborg, Denmark. However the daily operation is run by the farm managers worldwide, who have hands-on knowledge of how the farms are best managed. Each Ingleby farm is unique, but united by a shared vision. Ingleby believes in independent, locally relevant farming. At the same time, Ingleby is committed to comercial farming that cares for people and nature. Ingleby employs approximately 180 highly skilled people worldwide who, with their enthusiasm and hard work, help pursue the Ingleby goal of farming excellence.
The department of Computer Science and Engineering provides a strong, international, and dynamic research environment with about 70 faculty and 70 PhD students from about 30 countries. The Ph.D. student will be part of the Computer Graphics research group and the Distributed Computing and Systems research group.