Thursday, 29 November 2012

2013-2014 IDB Masters Scholarships for Developing Countries Students

The Programme was launched in 1419 H/1998 named “The IDB M.Sc. Scholarship Programme” for Eligible Member Countries.The objective of the M.Sc. is to assist Eligible Member Countries in the development of their human resources in science and technology that are both relevant and necessary for their socio-economic development. The Programme is open only to students from the 20 Eligible Member Countries. The list is at the end of this section.

Eligibility:-The Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

-Be a citizen of any of an Eligible Member Country.
-Age not over 30 years.
-Be a graduate in science/technology with a grade above Good in his/her academic career.
-Be nominated by an academic research institution of his/her country.
-Be determined to return home at the end of his/her studies.
-Not in receipt of another scholarship.
-Be medically fit and be willing to undergo medical tests after selection.
-Applicants for Statistics, Demography and related disciplines such as Applied Statistics, Demography and Econometrics must meet the following requirements in addition to the above:
-Be in possession of a B.Sc. degree or its equivalent in statistics or related disciplines.
-Must have a working experience of at least one year as statistician permanently employed by an institution in a member country.
-Be determined to return home at the end of his/her studies.
-The students of Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina, Faso,Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Palestine, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Togo, Uganda and Yemen can apply for this scholarship.  

-All academic expenses
-Living allowances
-Health Insurance
-Round trip air-tickets to and from place of study
-Conference Participation allowance
 -Computer allowance

Deadline: 31 December 2012.

Information source: here

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

ANU International Undergraduate Scholarships 2013 in Australia

There shall be a number of scholarships available each year for international full fee paying students known as the ANU International Undergraduate Scholarships.The Scholarships are highly competitive awards and shall be offered to successful applicants who have achieved at an excellent level in their final years of schooling before applying for tertiary studies for the first time.


-International students who have recently completed secondary school studies off-shore (not in Australia). You must not have commenced further studies.
-You must have applied for admission to the University.
-You must submit an application via the online form available on this web page by the closing date. -International students who have completed a secondary school qualification on-shore (in Australia), must apply for admission through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).
-All students who apply for admission through UAC, will be automatically considered for this scholarship – no application is necessary.

Application Deadline: Do submit your applications till 30 November 2012.

Further Information click here

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Belgium:CUD Scholarships Program for Developing Countries 2013/2014

Within the programme for international courses and training programmes, CIUF-CUD grants each year 150 scholarships for participation into the courses and 70 for participation into the training programmes.You will find on this site a list of international courses and training programmes for which there is a possibility of scholarship and, for information purposes, the modalities of introduction of an application as well as the rules of selection in force within the 2013-2014 programme.

Eligible Countries: South Africa, Algeria, Bangladesh, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, China, Colombia, Ivory Coast, Cuba, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Guinea, Haïti, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Niger, Uganda, Peru, Philippines, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, El Salvador, Senegal, Suriname, Tanzania, Palestinian territories, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe


- Only applicants originating in developing countries, qualify for selection. To be eligible, candidates must reside and work in their country at the time of the introduction of the file.
- Only the Nationals Countries are Authorizes to Postulate with our Scholarship.
- At the beginning of the programme, candidates must be less than 40 years old for courses, and less than 45 years old for training programmes.
- At the beginning of the programme, candidates must be less than 40 years old for courses, and less than 45 years old for training programmes.
- Candidates must be holders of a degree that is comparable to a Belgian University graduate degree (“licence”). However, for certain programmes different rules of admissibility may be defined, and these are specified hereafter, where appropriate.
- Candidates must show professional experience of at least two years upon termination of their studies. Where candidates are holders of a postgraduate degree delivered by an university of an industrial country, they must show professional experience of at least three years upon termination of their studies.
- Candidates must have a good knowledge of written and spoken French; for programmes organized in another language, good knowledge, in writing and speaking, of this language, is required. Moreover, the candidate will be asked to commit himself to study French in order to be able to participate in daily life in Belgium.

Application Deadline: Feb, 13, 2013

Further Information here

Hungary: Hungarian Scholarship for Foreign Students in Higher Education Institutions, 2013

Hungary through the Balassi Institute, the Hungarian Scholarship Board Office offers scholarships for foreign students and lecturers in higher education institutions as well as research fellows who intend to gain further professional experience in Hungarian higher education institutions or research institutes.The Office of the Hungarian Scholarship Board (hereinafter HSB) welcomes applications by citizens of countries (and territories) that have a valid/effective educational work plan with Hungary, or a bilateral agreement signed by the Hungarian Ministry of National Resources and the relevant ministry of the given country (or territory). Dissemination of all information regarding the application procedure and deadlines as well as assessment and shortlisting of applications is conducted by the scholarship authority or the Ministry of Education in the relevant home country (or territory). Applications forwarded by partner scholarship offices shall have a priority.

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Albania, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korean Republic, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Republic of Chile, Republic of the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America. Citizens of the following countries may only apply through their national scholarship offices, on the basis of bilateral agreements: Columbia, Yemen, Mongolia, Palestine and Vietnam.

A – semester/partial studies (3-10 months) Available for: undergraduate (BA/BSc) and graduate (MA/MSc) students (enrolled at foreign higher education institutions), especially those majoring in Hungarian Language and Literature and students participating in a single degree track university programme (such as General Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmaceutical Studies, Veterinary Studies, Architecture, Studies in Law, etc.). Before application, students are required to have completed minimum two semesters at their home institutions. For ‘Type A’ scholarship students may apply only on one occasion during their Bachelor’s studies, and once during their Master’s studies.
B – postgraduate studies, research (3-21 days or 1-10 months) Available for: applicants holding a Master’s degree or an equivalent university degree, including PhD students who intend to do research for their dissertation and wish to stay in Hungary for less than 10 months. (However, PhD students cannot earn credits during the scholarship period at the host university.)
C/1 – full PhD programme (36 months) Only students proficient in Hungarian can apply. The scholarship is conditional upon successful entrance exam / admission to the respective doctoral school. C/2 – partial PhD studies (10 months) Applicants must be enrolled in a PhD programme at an accredited higher education institution in their home country or in a foreign country (but not in Hungary).
D – postdoctoral studies, research (1-10 months) Applicants must hold a PhD or an equivalent degree.
E – research stay (3-21 days or 1-10 months) Available for associate professors or high-ranking academics as well as researchers holding minimum a PhD or an equivalent degree.
F – summer courses in the summer of 2012 (2-4 weeks) Only courses published in the list of ‘Summer Courses 2012’ on the HSB website can be selected. You may select three different courses but your scholarship will allow you to participate only in one course.

Application Deadline: 30 June 2013

Further Information here

Tuesday, 17 July 2012

London Met Postgraduate Scholarship,UK

Applications for London Met scholarships are reviewed twice yearly (in June and November) by a panel of academic staff at the University.

The application deadlines are:

31 May for September entry

31 October for February entry


-Students who hold an unconditional offer for one of our postgraduate degree programmes and who pay international tuition fees may apply for a scholarship.

-You can't apply for a scholarship unless you have applied for a course and been given an unconditional offer to study at London Met
(current continuing students are the only exception to this rule).

-The scholarship programme provides full and partial tuition fee financial support for students on taught Masters degree programmes.

-Applicants are judged on academic merit and on the likely economic/social benefit to their home country of them doing a Masters degree in the UK.
(This must be clearly demonstrated in the personal statement that the above criteria are met).

-Evidence of paid and/or voluntary work done should also be included in the scholarship application, where applicable.

For Terms and Conditions & Further Information click here



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