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    Subedi
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    Apex College Higher Secondary School
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    Ayodhyapuri-03,Madi
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    Chitwan
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    Tribhuvan University
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    M.Sc Physics
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  1. 5.NEW ZEALAND The University of Auckland International Office, University of Auckland 7 Symonds Street, Auckland, New Zealand Private Bag 92019 Auckland, New Zealand (Attn: International Admissions/Scholarships) Ms. Rita Fatialofa-Patolo International Scholarships Coordinator NZ Australia Pacific Region International Office E-mail: int-questions@auckland.ac.nz Tel. No. +64 9 373 7599 ext. 82579 Fax. No. +64 9 373 7405 Master in International Business Master of Commerce (International Business) Master of Arts (Development Studies) Master of Science (Environmental Science) Master/Doctorate in Engineering Master of Public Health February July 6.PAKISTAN Lahore University of Management Sciences Opposite Sector "U", DHA Lahore Cantt. Lahore 54792, Pakistan (Attn: Student and Alumni Affairs) Ms. Saba Javed Deputy Manager Admissions & Financial Aid Suleman Dawood School of Business E-mail: admission@lums.edu.pk Tel. No. +9242 572 2670 to 79 Fax. No. +9242 572 2591 Master in Business Administration August February 7.PHILIPPINES Asian Institute of Management 123 Paseo de Roxas Makati City, Philippines (Attn: Student Services, Admissions & Registration) Mr. Rey Reyes Associate Director, Student Services Admissions & Registration E-mail: admissions@aim.edu.ph Tel. No. +632 893 7631/ 892 4011 to 25 Fax. No. +632 893 7631 Master in Business Management July February Master in Management June Master in Development Management June Master in Entrepreneurship for Social and Development Entrepreneurs July International Rice Research Institute/University of the Philippines in Los Baños 6776 Ayala Ave. Security Bank Center, Suite 1009 Makati City, Metro Manila DAPO Box 7777, Metro Manila, Philippines (Attn: Head, Training Center) Ms. Anilyn Maningas Assistant Manager, Training Center E-mail: adb-inquiry@irri.exch.cgiar.org, a.maningas@cgiar.org Tel. No. +632 845 0563/0569 Fax. No. +632 891 1292/ 845 0606 Master/Doctorate in Rice and Rice-based Farming Systems June December 8.SINGAPORE National University of Singapore NUS Business School 1 Business Link, Singapore 117592 (Attn: Vice-Dean, Graduate Division) NUS Business School Ms. Liang Bo Manager, Corporate Development & Communicatons Office NUS Business School Marketing & Admission E-mail:mba@nus.edu.sg Tel. No. +65 6516 2068 Fax. No. +65 6872 4423 Master in Business Administration July February Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy 469C Bukit Timah Road Oei Tiong Ham Building Singapore 259772 Master in Public Policy Email: LKYSPPmpp@nus.edu.sg Tel. No. +65 6516 6134 Fax. No. +65 6778 1020 Master in Public Policy July December Department of Economics Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences AS2 Level 6, 1 Arts Link, Singapore 117570 Department of Economics Email: ecssec@nus.edu.sg, ecsbox2@nus.edu.sg Tel. No. +65 6516 3941 Master in Social Sciences (Economics) January July School of Design and Environment School of Design & Environment (Dean's Office) 4 Architecture Drive, Singapore 117 566 School of Design and Environment Email: sdelvlc@nus.edu.sg Tel. No. +65 6516 1663 Fax. No. +65 6776 3190 Master in Environmental Management January July 9.THAILAND Asian Institute of Technology P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang Pathumthani 12120, Thailand (Attn: Director of Admission and Scholarships) Mr. Benjamin Gargabite Director of Admissions and Scholarships Unit E-mail: admissions@ait.ac.th Tel. No. +662 524 5031 to 33 Fax. No. +662 524 6326/ +662 516 2126 Master of Sciences or Engineering in: Advanced Technologies Computer Science Information Management Industrial Engineering & Management Design Manufacturing Engineering Mechatronics Telecommunications Microelectronics Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems Information and Communications Technologies August April Civil Engineering Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Engineering Construction, Engineering & Infrastructure Management Structural Engineering Transportation Engineering Water Engineering & Management August April Environment Resources & Development Agricultural Systems & Engineering Aquaculture & Aquatic Resources Management Energy Food Engineering & Bioprocess Technology Gender and Development Studies Natural Resources Management Regional & Rural Development Planning Environmental Engineering & Management Urban Environmental Management August April Management (MBA) International Business Management of Technology Service Marketing & Technology International Public Marketing August April Thammasat University Rangsit Campus Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12121 Thailand (Attn: Director of Academic Affairs Division) Ms. Usacharat Veypongsa Head, Academic Cooperation Development Division E-mail: usa@tu.ac.th Tel. No. (+66) 02 613 3022 Fax. No. (+66) 02 224 9423 Master in Engineering Master/Doctorate in Economics June December 10.USA East-West Center 1601 East-West Road, Honolulu Hawaii 96848-1601, U.S.A. (Attn: ADB Scholarship Program Administrator) Ms. Jeane Yamamoto ADB-JSP & EWC Scholarship Assistant E-mail: adbjsp@eastwestcenter.org Tel. No. +808 944 7738 Fax. No. +808 944 7070 Master /Doctorate in Architecture Business Administration Economics Geography International Management Japan Focused MBA (JEMBA) Natural Resources & Environmental Management Ocean Engineering Oceanography Pacific Island Studies Public Administration Sociology Tropical Plant & Soil Science Urban and Regional Planning Master of Law August November Note: If you need further information about this programme ,Please log on www.adb.org/jsp
  2. list of academic Institutions 1.Australia 2.China, People's Republic of 3.India 4.Japan 5.New Zealand 6.Pakistan 7.Philippines 8.Singapore 9Thailand 10.U.S.A. Name and Address of Institution ADB-JSP Coordinators Telephone and Fax Number Approved Field of Study Normal Month of Intake Deadline of Application 1.AUSTRALIA Crawford School of Economics and Government (National Centre for Development Studies)/The Australian National University GPO Box 4, Canberra ACT 0200, Australia (Attn: Liaison Officer) Ms. Billie Headon Director, Student Recruitment, Alumni and Scholarships E-mail: billie.headon@anu.edu.au Tel. No. +612 6125 4705 Fax. No. +612 6125 5570 Master/Doctorate in International and Development Economics Public Policy (Development Administration) Environmental Management & Development Infrastructure Management January June July February The University of Melbourne Parkville Victoria, 3010 Australia (Attn: Melbourne Scholarships Office) Ms. Naomi Taguchi Senior Scholarships Officer Melbourne Scholarships Office Website: http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/scholarships/ gradcoursework/international/adb.html Tel. No. +613 8344 9954 Fax. No. +613 9349 1740 Masters by Coursework in Business Administration Commerce Commerce (specializing in Economics or Finance) Engineering International Business Public Health Agribusiness, Agricultural Sciences, and Forest Science March July September March The University of Sydney The International Office Sydney, 2006, Australia (Attn: International Scholarships Officer) Margaret O'Byrne Deputy Director (Government & Student Relations) International Scholarships E-mail: infoschol@io.usyd.edu.au Tel. No. +61 2 9351 2778 Fax. No. +61 2 9351 4013 Master/Doctorate in Economics Master of Commerce or International Business Master of Transport Management Master of International Public Health Master in Engineering Studies March July October April 2.CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF The University of Hong Kong Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong, China (Attn: Administrative Assistant, Research Services Section, Registry) Mrs. Beckie Kwok Administrative Assistant Research Services, Registry E-mail: rss@reg.hku.hk Tel. No. +852 2241 5267 Fax. No. +852 2803 0558 Master of Science in Urban Planning Master of Science in Urban Design September January May 3.INDIA Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Hauz Khas, New Delhi, 110 016 India (Attn: The Registrar) Mr. K.P. Singh Deputy Registrar (PGS&R) E-mail: drpgsr@admin.iitd.ac.in Tel. No. +91 11 2659 1737 Fax. No. +91 11 2658 2032 Master of Technology in Science and Technology July December 4.JAPAN International University of Japan Graduate School Of International Relations 777 Kokusai-cho, Minami Uonuma-shi Niigata-ken 949-7277, Japan (Attn: Office of GSIR) Mr. Ichiro Abe Deputy Manager Office of Student Services E-mail: iabe@iuj.ac.jp, admgsir@iuj.ac.jp Tel. No. +8125 779 1200 Fax. No. +8125 779 1187 Master in International Development Master in International Relations September February Graduate School of International Management 777 Kokusai-cho, Minami Uonuma-shi Niigata-ken 949-7277, Japan (Attn: Office of GSIM) E-mail: admgsim@iuj.ac.jp Tel. No. (81257) 79 1500 Fax. No.(81257) 79 4443 Master in Business Administration Master in e-Business Management September March International Graduate Program on Advanced Science and Technology, Keio University 3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 223-8522, Japan (Attn: Chairman, Committee for International Affairs) Prof. Kohei Itoh Chairman Committee for International Affairs, Faculty of Science and Technology E-mail: yg-international@adst.keio.ac.jp Tel. No. +8145 566-1468 Fax. No. +8145 566-1469 International Graduate Program on Advanced Science and Technology Nano-Science Program Electronics and Photonics Program Mechanics and Manufacturing Program Computer Science and Communication Technology Program Environment and Multi-Scare Dynamics Program Biomedical Engineering Program September November Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University Furo-cho Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-8601, Japan (Attn: Dean, Graduate School of International Development) Mr. Akihiro Asakawa International Student Advisor and Assistant Professor Graduate School of International Development E-mail: adb@gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp Tel. No. +8152 789 4957 Fax. No. +8152 789 4921 Master of Arts in International Development Master of Arts in International Cooperation Studies April July National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies 7-22-1 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 106-8677 Japan (Attn: Admissions Office) Mr. Katsuya Yamauchi Manager, Academic and Student Affairs Division E-mail: admissions@grips.ac.jp Tel. No. +8103 6439 6045 Fax. No. +8103 6439 6040 Master/Doctorate in Policy Studies Policy Analysis Public Policy Public Administration October January Graduate School of Economics Ritsumeikan University 1-1-1 Nojihigashi, Kusatsu, Shiga 525-8577 Japan (Attn: Manager, Office of International Education at Biwako Kusatsu Campus) Mr. Mitsuru Hitomi Administrative Manager, Office of International Education at Biwako Kusatsu Campus E-mail: cger-bkc@st.ritsumei.ac.jp Tel. No. +8177 561-3946 ext 515-7828 Fax. No. +8177 561-3956 Master in Economics September February Saitama University 255 Shimo-Okubo, Sakura-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama 338-8570, Japan (Attn: The Registrar, The Foreign Student Office) Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Ms. Naoko Nakasone Administrative Assistant Foreign Student Office E-mail: fso@sun.civil.saitama-u.ac.jp Tel./Fax. No. +81 48 858 3555 Master/Doctorate in Civil and Environmental Engineering April October October December University of Tokyo 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-8656, Japan (Attn: Foreign Student Office) Department of Civil Engineering Prof. Takeshi Ishihara Professor of Civil Engineering & Foreign Student Officer E-mail: fso@civil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp Tel. No. +813 5841 6141 Fax. No. +813 5841 8509 Master/Doctorate in Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Development October December 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-8656, Japan (Attn: Foreign Student Office) Department of Urban Engineering Graduate School of Engineering Prof. Tetsuo Kidokoro Associate Professor & Foreign Student Offcer Department of Urban Engineering E-mail: fso@civil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp Tel. No. +813 5841 6241 Fax. No. +813 5841 8556 Master/Doctorate in Urban Engineering October November Kashiwa International Office Building of Environmental Studies, Rm #124, 5-1-5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa City, Chiba 277-8653, Japan Institute of Environmental Studies Prof. Masahiko Kunishima Professor & Foreign Student Officer The Institute of Environmental Studies E-mail: fso@k.u-tokyo.ac.jp Tel. No. +814 7136 4558 Fax. No. +814 7136 4559 Master/Doctorate in Environment Studies Master/Doctorate in International Studies Master in Sustainability Science October December 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-0033, Japan (Attn: Director, School of International Health) Graduate School of Medicine Prof. Masamine Jimba Professor, Department of International Cummunity Health, School of International Health, Graduate School of Medicine E-mail: adb@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp Tel. No. +813 5841 3688 Fax. No. +813 5841 3637 Master/Doctorate in Public Health (International Health) April May Cont.........
  3. Some more information about scholarship programme. 1.Regions and Countries ADB formulates operational strategies for individual countries, including economic, thematic and sector policy analyses, and undertakes country performance reviews which provide a basis for policy dialogue with the governments of developing member countries. ADB develops a Country Partnership Strategy (CPS), formerly Country Strategy and Program (CSP), which includes an indicative rolling country business plan composed of individual technical assistance and loan projects and programs for priority sectors and/or themes. You can also view the strategies and programs under preparation. To ensure coherence and strategic prioritization, Regional Cooperation Strategies and Programs (RCSPs) are prepared for the five subregions covered by ADB’s regional departments. On the basis of priorities established, ADB assists developing member countries in financing regional cooperation through technical assistance grants and projects loans. The term "country," as used in ADB's context, refers to a member of ADB. It does not imply any view on ADB's part as to sovereignty or independent status. Developing Member Countries* Afghanistan Armenia Azerbaijan Bangladesh Bhutan Cambodia China, People's Republic of Cook Islands Fiji Islands Georgia Hong Kong, China India Indonesia Kazakhstan Kiribati Korea, Republic of Kyrgyz Republic Lao People's Democratic Republic Malaysia Maldives Marshall Islands, Republic of the Micronesia, Federated States of Mongolia Myanmar Nauru Nepal Pakistan Republic of Palau Papua New Guinea Philippines Samoa Singapore Solomon Islands Sri Lanka Taipei,China Tajikistan Thailand Timor-Leste Tonga Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uzbekistan Vanuatu Viet Nam, Socialist Republic of -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * Some member countries enter a new phase in their relationship with ADB as defined under the Graduation Policy Cont...
  4. Asian Development Bank - Japan Scholarship Program Updated: 9 May 2008 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) - Japan Scholarship Program (JSP) was established in April 1988 with financing from the Government of Japan. It aims to provide an opportunity for well-qualified citizens of ADB's developing member countries to pursue postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions in the Asian and Pacific Region. Upon completion of their study programs, scholars are expected to contribute to the economic and social development of their home countries. The ADB-JSP enrolls about 300 students annually in 20 academic institutions located in 10 countries within the Region. The ADB-JSP provides full scholarships for one to two years. Cont...
  5. Professional and Post Doctorate: National Endowment for Democracy Reagan-Fascell Democracy Program Named in honor of NED's principal founders, former president Ronald Reagan and the late congressman Dante Fascell, the Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program was established in 2001 with funding from the U.S. Congress to enable democratic activists, practitioners, scholars, and journalists from around the world to deepen their understand-ing of democracy and enhance their ability to promote democratic change. Fellows are in residence at the Forum and participate in the collegial life of the Endowment and in the many opportunities for professional exchange in Washington, D.C. The Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program is intended primarily for practitioners and scholars from emerging and aspiring democracies. Distinguished scholars from the United States and other established democracies are also eligible to apply. The program offers five-month fellowships for practitioners to improve strategies and techniques for building democ-racy abroad and five- to ten-month fellowships for scholars to conduct original re-search for publica-tion. While the two tracks share many common elements, they have different eligibility requirements and distinct goals, activities, and products associated with them. The Practitioner Track The Reagan-Fascell program was established with the primary purpose of supporting democracy activists, human rights advocates, journalists, and others who work on the frontlines of building democracy in emerging and aspiring democracies. The program provides practitioners with a needed break from their daily routine so that they may reflect on their work, learn from counterparts in the United States, and reevaluate techniques for building democracy in their country of origin. The Scholarly Track In recognition of the importance of intellectual contributions to the theory and practice of democracy, the Reagan-Fascell program offers a scholarly track for scholars, professors, and established writers. Applicants for this track may be scholars from emerging and aspiring democracies or accomplished scholars from the United States and other established democracies. Application Deadline November 10, 2008 Eligibility Requirements The Practitioner Track: Applicants interested in the practitioner track are expected to have substantial practical experience working to promote democracy or human rights in their country of origin or interest. There are no specific degree requirements for the practitioner track. A Ph.D., for instance, is not required of practitioner applicants. While there are also no age limits, applicants on the practitioner track are typically mid-career professionals with several years of professional experience in the field of democracy and human rights. Examples of eligible candidates for the practitioner track include human rights advocates, political party activists, professional staff of civic or humanitarian organizations, international lawyers, journalists, labor leaders, politicians, and diplomats. Practitioner fellowships are typically five months in duration and culminate in a strategic policy memorandum, short article or op-ed, as well as a formal presentation of the fellow's analysis and ideas. The Scholarly Track: Applicants interested in the scholarly track are expected to possess a doctorate (a Ph.D., or academic equivalent) at the time of application, to have published in their field of expertise, and to have developed a detailed research outline for their fellowship project. Examples of eligible candidates for the scholarly track include college and university professors, analysts at research centers and "think tanks," and independent writers. Occasionally, a professional who is planning to write a book or other scholarly publication may qualify to apply on the scholarly track. English Language Requirement A working knowledge of English is an important prerequisite for participation in the program. While the fellow's primary product may be in his/her native language, it is expected that he/she will have a solid command of written and spoken English for general communication purposes. All application materials must be submitted in English (or accompanied by an English translation) . Additionally to the application form a project proposal; resume or CV and three letters of recommendation are required. See Information Booklet for details. Further Information http://www.ned. org/forum/ reagan-fascell. html http://www.ned. org/forum/ InformationBookl et_AppGuidelines 2009_2010. do c Contact Program Assistant, Fellowship Programs International Forum for Democratic Studies National Endowment for Democracy 1025 F Street, N.W., Suite 800 Washington, DC 20004 USA Telephone: (202) 378-9700 Fax: (202) 378-9407 fellowships@ ned.org
  6. Graduate: University of Central Florida MA in Environmental Politics and Provost's Graduate Fellowship The University of Central Florida welcomes international students and recognizes that a diverse scholarly community contributes significantly to graduate education. The Master of Arts in Environmental Politics program prepares students to enter positions in government and the private sector in which the ability to comprehend, influence, and respond to government policy is critical and prepares interested students for pursuit of a PhD degree in Political Science or International Relations at other institutions. The University of Central Florida offers the Provost's Graduate Fellowship to superior graduate students who are newly enrolling at UCF in one of its master's, specialist or doctoral programs. These awards provide first-year support to the most qualified applicants to the institution. All new students who enter in the Spring 2009, Summer 2009, or Fall 2009 semesters as full-time degree students are eligible to be nominated for this award. Stipend payments will begin in the Fall 2009 semester. Fellowship Description: . The College of Graduate Studies provides a $10,000 fellowship stipend ($5,000 Fall and $5,000 Spring). Programs may recommend a doctoral fellowship recipient for renewal to fund the student for a second year. Tuition Support: Program provides tuition support for charges for your course hours during each term of the award. This does not include the payment of local fees (health fee, athletic fee, building fee, etc.). The Master of Arts in Environmental Politics program is designed to accommodate a range of professional and intellectual needs. The program prepares students to enter positions in government and the private sector in which the ability to comprehend, influence, and respond to government policy is critical and prepares interested students for pursuit of a PhD degree in Political Science or International Relations at other institutions. The program also provides a well-rounded substantive curriculum for secondary school teachers seeking higher degrees and for teachers in community colleges. The Environmental Politics MA gives students the necessary analytic and substantive tools for understanding the evolving environmental debate in the United States, with particular emphasis on the ecologically sensitive state of Florida. This track is recommended for students with a special interest in the science and politics of environmental policy. Application Deadline Scholarships and General Admission: Jan 15. Eligibility Requirements Scholarships . Submission of a completed admission application and all test scores (including TOEFL for international students) by January 15, 2009. Admission to a UCF master's, specialist, or doctoral program. Test scores ranking within the top 25 percent of students admitted to the program in the prior year. The College of Graduate Studies will review the nominees and make awards on the basis of the colleges' nominations and the documented quality of the nominee. Fellowship Obligations: . Maintain good academic standing and acceptable progress to degree in the graduate school and college. . Must be enrolled full-time in a graduate program (9 hours of course work during the Fall and Spring semesters). Further Information http://www.students .graduate. ucf.edu/formsnfi les/Openfile. cfm?ID=76 http://www.students .graduate. ucf.edu/pagegen/ index.cfm? PageID=123 http://www.graduate catalog.ucf. edu/programs/ Program.aspx? ID=1396&TID= 738# Contact Graduate admission Lauren Heunis gradadmissions@ mail.ucf. edu Telephone: 407-823-2766 Graduate Fellowships Sharon Preston Telephone: 407-823-6497 Jennifer Parham Telephone: 407-823-4337 Fax: 407-823-6442 gradfellowship@ mail.ucf. edu
  7. Graduate: Bard College Center for Environmental Policy MSc in Environmental Policy Program and International Scholarships, Annandale-on- Hudson, New York The Center's Graduate Program offers an intensive course of study and practical training in preparation for environmental careers in nonprofit organizations, government, and the private sector. The program emphasizes methods of critical inquiry, and provides the practical knowledge necessary to apply environmental science to decisions affecting society and to understand the legal, political, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethical forces that influence the decision-making process. Graduates of the program are ready to bring these assets, underpinned by a sense of social responsibility and commitment, to their future work. Non-repayable grants are awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement and promise. Scholarships range from $5,000 to $22,000 annually for full-time enrollment. Application Deadline Scholarships March 15 General Admission: February 2, 2009 Eligibility Requirements Scholarships To be considered for financial aid at Bard College, international students and their parents are expected to complete the International Student Financial Aid Formand the Declaration of Finances, which foreign nationals file in order to obtain a visa. Prospective students' files are maintained in the Admissions Office along with their admission documents. The Admissions Office reviews the Declaration of Finances for each student. Upon notifying the student about admission, assuming that the decision is favorable, the Financial Aid Office will prepare a response to the student about financial aid. At times the need of the student is far greater than the College's resources can meet. In such a case, the Admission Office will correspond with the student stating that no offer of aid is being made due to that fact. The student in this case is given an opportunity to submit a new Declaration of Finances, indicating available resources to be higher. General Admission Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the program, there are no specific requirements concerning the applicant's prior field of study. However, applicants must have a bachelor's degree or equivalent preparation as determined by the director of admissions. Undergraduate work should include at least one semester of calculus, statistics, or microeconomics. In addition, the applicant should have successfully completed the equivalent of two semesters in college of any combination of chemistry, biology, physics, earth science, or atmospheric science; in the case of international students, a high school BAC in math or science is required. Students lacking an economics background or a basic understanding of chemistry and biology are still encouraged to apply for admission, but are strongly advised to fill these gaps before entering the program. Foreign applicants must demonstrate proficiency in English and should take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). TOEFL scores should be sent to the Bard Center for Environmental Policy by the Educational Testing Service. A minimum score of 600 on the written test or 250 on the computer-based test is required for admission. Other evidence of English-language proficiency will be accepted only with the approval of the Graduate Admission Committee. Further Information http://www.bard. edu/admission/ finances/ financial_ aid/internationa l/in dex.sht ml http://www.bard. edu/cep/admissio n/requirements/ http://www.bard. edu/cep/admissio n/applying/ http://www.bard. edu/cep/academic s/#master_ envir Contact Bard Center for Environmental Policy Graduate Program Admission Bard College, 30 Campus Road, PO Box 5000 Annandale-on- Hudson, NY 12504-5000 E-mail: cep@bard.edu
  8. Vincent College Undergraduate Programs in Sociology and Anthropology and Merit-based Scholarships Latrobe, Pennsylvania Saint Vincent College is an educational community rooted in the tradition of the Catholic faith, the heritage of Benedictine monasticism, and the love of values inherent in the liberal approach to life and learning. Its mission is to provide quality undergraduate and graduate education for men and women to enable them to integrate their professional aims with the broader purposes of human life. The programs, activities, and encounters that make up student life at Saint Vincent College encourage the intellectual gifts, professional aptitudes, and personal aspirations of students to mature harmoniously. Saint Vincent College offers institutional scholarships based on academic or activities based criteria. These scholarships are usually awarded as part of the admission process and are available for eight semesters. Saint Vincent Scholarships Saint Vincent College provides numerous financial opportunities to incoming freshmen and transfer students as well as returning undergraduates. The scholarships are supported by the generosity of alumni and private donors to the College's Scholarship Endowment Fund. These are typically awarded by the Admission and Financial Aid Office and a separate application process is not necessary. Application Deadline Scholarships and General Admission: October 31 for Spring Semester Further Information http://www.stvincen t.edu/admission/ international_ students http://www.stvincen t.edu/admission/ international_ students/ app_proc http://www.stvincen t.edu/financial_ aid4 Contact Saint Vincent College Admission and Financial Aid 300 Fraser Purchase Road Latrobe, PA 15650-2690 Tel: 800 782-5549 or 724 537-4540
  9. I Scholarships and Fellowships Undergraduate: St. Olaf College Undergraduate Program in Sociology/Anthropol ogy and Academic Scholarship Program, Northfield, Minnesota Founded in 1874 by Norwegian Lutheran immigrants, St. Olaf is a nationally ranked liberal arts college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. St. Olaf students work closely with dedicated professors who challenge them to grow in mind, body and spirit. They have the opportunity to conduct graduate-level research, study abroad in nearly every corner of the world, perform in some of the world's great concert halls and contribute to athletic championships. Degree-seeking students may apply for international scholarships that may cover up to tuition fees; average awards are half of tuition. No full scholarships are offered. Although there is a single application for these scholarships, the faculty and Admissions Office will confer three tiers of awards: the Buntrock Scholarship ($14,000/year) , the Presidential Scholarship ($8,500/year) , and the St. Olaf Scholarship ($5,000/year) . Application Deadline Scholarships: January 15 General Admission: February 1 Eligibility Requirements Scholarships To apply for financial aid, international students should complete the International Student Financial Aid Application. There are no minimum standards placed on applying for the Buntrock Scholarship program. Selection of Buntrock award recipients is based primarily on academic performance in high school, and is highly competitive. In awarding these scholarships, St. Olaf seeks exceptional students with energy and initiative, independence, originality, a sense of humor, and concern for others. All international applicants whose native language is not English are required to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)or IELTS (International English Language Testing System). Minimum TOEFL score is 80 (IBT), 213 (CBT), or 550 (PBT). All degree-seeking applicants must take the SAT-I (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or ACT (American College Test) no later than January and request that the results be mailed directly to St. Olaf. Official transcripts (and diploma, if you have finished secondary schooling) from at least the past four years of your studies must be submitted for evaluation before an admissions decision can be made. If admitted, international students who have completed a year or two of university work may receive credit for previously completed work, if such work is equivalent to courses offered at St. Olaf. For criteria on transcripts see website. Further Information http://www.stolaf. edu/about/ http://www.stolaf. edu/depts/ sociology/ http://www.stolaf. edu/admissions/ financialaid/ scholarships/ academic- scholars hip.html http://www.stolaf. edu/admissions/ applying/ international. html Contact St. Olaf College Office of Admissions 1520 St. Olaf Avenue Northfield, MN 55057-1098 USA TEL: +1-507-786-3025 FAX: +1-507-786-3832 admissions@stolaf. edu
  10. 2. Scholarship Announcements-101 Posted by: "usef_nepal" usef_nepal@yahoo.com usef_nepal Mon Oct 13, 2008 9:39 pm (PDT) EducationUSA Weekly Update No. 101 I. Scholarships and Fellowships - Undergraduate: St. Olaf College Undergraduate Program in Sociology/Anthropol ogy and Academic Scholarship Program, Northfield, Minnesota - Undergraduate: Saint Vincent College Undergraduate Programs in Sociology and Anthropology and Merit-based Scholarships, Latrobe, Pennsylvania - Graduate: Bard College Center for Environmental Policy MSc in Environmental Policy Program and International Scholarships, Annandale-on- Hudson, New York - Graduate: University of Central Florida MA in Environmental Politics and Provost's Graduate Fellowship - Professional and Post Doctorate: National Endowment for Democracy Reagan-Fascell Democracy Program
  11. Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), a leading college for engineering education in the United States, is proud to announce additional scholarship money for International Students! International Students interested in studying one of MSOE's major fields of Engineering, Nursing and Business can benefit from increased scholarship opportunities that will lower International Student tuition! MSOE has always placed high importance on educating students from around the world and with average scholarships starting at $9,900 USD (2008/2009 year) this is a great opportunity for you! MSOE is now offering academic scholarships to full-time/non- fully sponsored International Students based on their most recent academic performance. Scholarships range from $7,000 to $15,000 USD based on program of interest and grade average from secondary or post- secondary education. For more information about your place at MSOE and the scholarship opportunity that awaits you, please contact Caleb Black at black@msoe.edu .
  12. Montana State University will offer millions of dollars in scholarships and awards to non-resident freshmen who apply for admission for the Fall of 2009 Montana State University offers scholarships based on ACT or SAT scores to non-resident freshmen who apply for Fall Semester. The MSU Achievements Award is valued at between US$6,000 and US$60,000 based on official SAT scores over 1560. A student who scores 2140 or higher is eligible for an award of US$15,000, renewable for four years with maintenance of a 3.0 / 4.0 grade point average. MSU strongly encourages freshman applicants to take the ACT or SAT tests as they will automatically qualify for a scholarship if their score meets the minimum score of 1560. For more information, go to the following webpage: http://www.montana. edu/admissions/ scholarshipsnonr es.shtml Montana State University offers a variety of excellent undergraduate and graduate programs to students from across the United States and around the world. A mid-sized university of 12,500, including 450 international students from over 65 countries, MSU is especially known for quality programs in the fields of agriculture, architecture (NAAB), business (AACSB), computer science (CSAB), engineering (ABET), film production, nursing, and the sciences. The university attracts US$103 million annually for research and creative activities, and bright undergraduate students are encouraged to participate. The Carnegie Foundation ranks MSU in the top tier of Research Universities, demonstrating very high research activity, along with Harvard, Yale and MIT. Tuition costs remain reasonable when compared to those charged at institutions of similar good quality. For more information: http://www.montana. edu
  13. Andrew W. Mellon Foundation -Postdoctoral Fellow positions in Environmental Studies The Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) The Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) is a consortium of sixteen nationally recognized, distinguished liberal arts colleges and universities (http://www.colleges .org/institution s.html), located in twelve southern states (see map at http:// www.colleges. org/acsmap. html). Since 1998, our institutions have grown increasingly stronger in the field of Environmental Studies, and because of our excellent faculty and strong student interest, we continue to thrive in this academic area. Therefore we were gratified recently when the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded the consortium $3.5 million to create postdoctoral Fellow positions in Environmental Studies at our institutions. With these funds, we will hire 24 new Ph.D.'s at approximately $45,000 per year (plus benefits and travel funds). For two years each, those Ph.D.'s will teach 2-3 environmental studies courses per year. They will also have plenty of time for research, and will be mentored by seasoned professors in their fields. In addition, Fellows will have many excellent opportunities to discover the advantages of teaching at small private liberal arts institutions while they engage in creative exchanges with faculty at all 16 of our institutions. Obviously, we would like to recruit topnotch young Ph.D.'s to fill these postdoctoral positions. With your help, we would like to begin by focusing our search within member institutions of the Association of American Universities. Therefore, I am writing to request a contact name and email address of a graduate advisor at your institution to help us identify promising young Ph.D.'s who might be interested in this opportunity. If at all possible, we would like this contact information by the first week of October. We thank you in advance for your assistance in this matter, and hope that our future collaboration will be beneficial to your institution as well as to our own colleges and universities. Elizabeth L. MacNabb, PhD Director, Programs in Sustainability and the Environment www.colleges. org/enviro Associated Colleges of the South Wiseman 102, Centre College Danville, KY 40422 859.238.6234/ fax 859.238.6226
  14. Post Doc/Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Drew University, a highly selective liberal arts college located 30 miles outside New York City, seeks applications for a two-year Teaching Post-Doctorate Assistant Professor position (non-tenure track) in humanities or social sciences to help build a new major in Environmental Studies and Sustainability. Candidates should have completed the Ph.D. by September 2009 with a research and teaching focus on environmental issues, particularly sustainability. Preference will be given to fields other than economics and anthropology with a particular interest in candidates from English and Sociology. Candidates with inter-disciplinary degrees are welcome. Responsibilities include two courses per semester and mentoring undergraduate projects in an environment where thoughtful and creative teaching is valued. Requires Ph.D. and a record of teaching and research excellence. Submit CV, statement of teaching philosophy and description of research, three reference letters, and evidence of teaching excellence to: Prof. Fred Curtis, Economics Dept, Drew University, Madison NJ 07940, fcurtis@drew. edu. On-line submission is acceptable. Application deadline: November 1st. To enrich education through diversity, Drew University is an AA/EOE employer. ************ ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* *** ************ ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* *** ************ ******* Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellowships in Natural Resource Economics and Political Economy The University of California, Berkeley invites applications for the 2009-2010 S.V. Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellowships in Natural Resource Economics and Political Economy. The S.V. Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellowships in Natural Resource Economics and Political Economy will be awarded for the 2009-2010 academic year to support advanced research at the University of California, Berkeley. For the purposes of this fellowship, natural resources are defined broadly to include environmental resources. The fellowship encourages, but is not limited to, policy-oriented research. Applications are open to scholars from any social science discipline, and related professional fields such as law and planning, who will make significant contributions to research on natural resource economics broadly defined. Preference will be given to proposals whose orientation is broadly institutional and/or historical, and which are conceptually and theoretically innovative. Proposals with a primarily statistical or econometric purpose are not eligible for consideration. Two types of awards are available: 1. A one-year postdoctoral award with a salary of $54,192, renewable for a second year. It is expected that the applicant will possess a doctorate or equivalent conferred within the past five years. Postdoctoral Fellows are appointed as UC employees and are governed by the UC Policy on Postdoctoral Scholars located here 2. A one-year award with a salary of $54,192 to support a professional or sabbatical leave from an academic or professional position, without option to renew. Applicants for visiting scholar fellowships must have received their doctorate or equivalent within the last ten years. Applicants must provide documentation of the home institution' s or agency's concurrence of their leave. Visiting Research Fellows are appointed as UC employees and are governed by the UC Policy on Visiting Appointments located here. Both types of fellowships include $2,000 toward research-related expenses and one-way economy airfare to Berkeley for each fellow and his/her immediate family. http://research. chance.berkeley. edu/page. cfm?id=184 topic
  15. 1. Scholarship Announcements-100 Posted by: "usef_nepal" usef_nepal@yahoo.com usef_nepal Mon Oct 13, 2008 9:39 pm (PDT) Enjoy the 100th issue of the EducationUSA Weekly Update! I. Scholarships and Fellowships - Graduate Fellowships in Ecology and Conservation – NY - Postdoc/Assistant Professor: Environmental Studies and Sustainability - Fellowship: Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellowships in Natural Resource Economics and Political Economy - Postdoc: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation -Postdoctoral Fellow positions in Environmental Studies The Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) - Undergraduate: Montana State University will offer millions of dollars in scholarships and awards to non-resident freshmen who apply for admission for the Fall of 2009 - Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) I. Scholarships and Fellowships Graduate Fellowships in Ecology and Conservation - NY The Graduate Ecology program at Fordham University has new research opportunities and both teaching and research fellowships available for well-qualified students interested in pursuing a M.S. or Ph.D. in Fall 2009. We have research opportunities through our expanded graduate program, which links scientists at our main campus, the Louis Calder Center Biological Station, the New York Botanical Garden, and the Wildlife Conservation Society. Accepted MS and PhD candidates could receive stipends in the range of $26,000 to $27,000 per year, plus full tuition remission. Students may work in many areas of ecology, evolution, and systematics, as well as applied areas such as conservation of endangered species, urbanization effects on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and responses of plants and animals to climate change. Specific research areas of our faculty include: - Anthropogenic and disturbance- related effects on nutrient dynamics - Biodiversity, biogeography, and ecology of freshwater algae - Ectomychorrhizal fungal communities and nutrient availability - Effects of climate change on hibernation and survival of mammals - Experimental evolution of bacterial symbionts - Ecology and epidemiology of vector-borne diseases - Evolution of animal social behavior - Evolution of herbivory defense in invasive plants - Freshwater food webs in streams and rivers - Fungal community structure and ecosystem processes - Landscape ecology and spatial distribution of disease vectors - Nutritional and biochemical adaptations to seasonally cold environments - Using molecular tools to measure disease transmission in wild populations Interested students should contact relevant faculty members or research scientists to discuss mutual research interests via the following websites. Graduate Ecology program at Fordham University: http://www.fordham. edu/calder_ center/calder- center/ecolgradp rog.html Opportunities at the New York Botanical Garden: http://sciweb. nybg.org/ science2/ GraduateStudies. asp Opportunities the Wildlife Conservation Society: http://www.wcs. org/ Louis Calder Biological Field Station: http://www.fordham. edu/calder_ center The deadline for applications is January 5, 2009, and application fees will be waived if application is completed between Oct. 1 and Nov. 15, 2009. Online applications are available from: http://www.fordham. edu/gsas For any questions, feel free to contact Amy R. Tuininga by email: Tuininga@fordham. edu The Garden offers Graduate Fellowships for study in systematic and economic botany. Stipend The annual stipend is approximately $24,000, paid in 26 biweekly installments. A paid vacation of four weeks is offered each year. Tuition required by the universities and medical insurance are paid in full by the Garden. Term Appointments begin July 1 or September 1 annually by special arrangement. Fellowships may be renewed annually, contingent on satisfactory scholastic progress. Fellows are expected to complete their degree in five years. Deadline- Applications for financial aid must be received by January 15 annually. Appointments Made by March 15 annually. Each fellow is expected to devote half-time to formal graduate study, leading to a Ph.D. degree in biology from one of the affiliated universities, and half-time to assisting different research projects and related activities, such as curatorial work, within the institution. Financial support is also available directly from the participating universities in the form of fellowships, assistantships, and loans. Prospective students should contact the university of interest about direct financial assistance.
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