Wednesday, 6 February 2019

2018 SJDAW Graduate Scholarship For Masters and PhD International Students

Brief Description: The University of Prince Edward Island is a public liberal arts university in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, and the sole university in the province. The University of Prince Edward Island is awarding SJDAW Graduate Scholarship to pursue research in the field of animal welfare. The scholarship is available for both Canadian and International students.

Application Deadline: April 16, 2019

Country of Study: CANADA

Level Of Study: To Pursue Masters and PhD Programme

Courses Available: Numerous Courses are Available in the university like Pathology and Microbiology. Health Management and Biomedical Sciences.

Countries Eligible to Apply: All Nationalities are Eligible to Apply

Benefits of the Scholarship:

Masters Student (International) $31,467 – renewable for one additional year
PhD Student (International) $31,467 – renewable for two additional years

Further Criteria to be Eligible:
This competition is open to any candidate who meets the admission criteria for graduate studies at UPEI1 . For information on satisfying the UPEI criteria for admission, including English language proficiency requirements.

Instruction on How to Apply
Candidates must apply via email to the Coordinator, SJDAWC (animalwelfare@upei.ca) by 12 noon Atlantic Standard Time, Friday, February 16, 2018. The attachments to the email application package must be in English and must include a letter of intent highlighting areas of interest and specifically addressing each of the selection criteria below, a current curriculum vitae, and academic records. Academic records include scanned copies of official transcripts from all university courses completed by the time of application, together with academic awards, prizes and scholarships. Applicants must provide: (a) One example of their academic writing, e.g. an academic publication, thesis or essay. Additional publications are to be listed in the CV. (b) A letter of commitment from the proposed supervisor at AVC/UPEI to include provisions for operating funding if the applicant is successful (i.e., funding currently in place or applied for, or an outline of plans to obtain funding). (c) A one page outline of their animal welfare research project that has been agreed upon with the proposed supervisor.

Interested Candidate Should Apply through the Scholarship link

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University Entrance Scholarship At Concordia University of Edmonton Canada


Brief Description: Concordia University of Edmonton, previously Concordia University College of Alberta, is a private university in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Accredited under the Alberta Post-secondary Learning Act, Concordia is primarily funded by tuition and private donations but also receives some limited funding from the Government of Alberta. Concordia University of Edmonton was founded in 1921 as Concordia College by the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod to prepare young men for preaching and teaching in the Christian church. It was essentially a high school for many decades. It introduced co-education in 1939, offering general study courses, and an accredited high school program. In 1967, Concordia began offering first-year university courses in affiliation with the University of Alberta. Affiliation for second-year courses began in 1975. The university graduated its first cohort of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science three-year degrees in 1988, gradually expanding to other disciplines and four-year programs. A formal separation between the high school and college (degree granting) was initiated in 1994.

The affiliation with the University of Alberta officially ended in 1991 by mutual agreement. Concordia College operated as a denominational college affiliated with the public sector until 1987, when the Province of Alberta allowed Concordia to start operating as a private degree-granting university college. Concordia changed its name from Concordia College to Concordia University College of Alberta in 1995. 
The high school program that had run within Concordia since 1939 separated into an independent institution called Concordia High School in 2000. Both institutions shared the same campus until July 2011. In 2014 the Alberta government announced that Concordia would be allowed to change its name, dropping the word "college" and allowing Concordia to call itself a university. On May 1, 2015, Concordia University College of Alberta was renamed Concordia University of Edmonton
Application Deadline: April 1, 2019
Country of Study: Concordia University of Edmonton
Level of Study: To Pursue Undergraduates Programme
Courses Available: Available for study in Courses Offered by the University
Countries Eligible to Apply: Open to citizens of any country
Benefits of the Scholarship:
University Entrance Scholarship Levels
Award Average       Scholarship Value  Value over 4 years
95% or higher         $5,000          $20,000
90% – 94.9%           $3,750          $15,000
85% – 89.9%           $2,000          $8,000
80% – 84.9%           $1,500          $6,000
75% – 79.9%           $1,000          $4,000
Further Criteria to be Eligible:
1.     entering their first-year of post-secondary study directly from high school. Concordia will also consider applicants who have:
a) taken time off between high school and post-secondary studies
b) completed university-level credits while in high school.
c) attended a non-accredited program at a post-secondary institution and earned 9 or less transfer credits.
Applicants who enrolled in a post-secondary institution after the completion of high school are not eligible.
2.     enrolled in a degree program in Arts, Management or Science.
3.     registered in a minimum of 80% of a full-course load (12 credits) in each semester. Recipients whose registration drops below the required 80% minimum will immediately forfeit their scholarship.
How do I apply?
There is no separate application required.  Concordia identifies eligible students through the admission process, choosing from those who submit their admission Application Forms and final (interim) high school transcripts before April 1st.  Eligible scholarship recipients are sent a preliminary scholarship offer notification letter.

Interested Candidate Should Apply through the Scholarship link



American College of Surgeons Guest Scholarship For International Young Surgeon

Brief Description: American College of Surgeons is pleased to invite  Applications from international Students.The American College of Surgeons offers International Guest Scholarships to young surgeons from countries other than the United States or Canada who have demonstrated strong interests in teaching and research. The scholarships, in the amount of $10,000 each, provide the scholars with an opportunity to visit clinical, teaching, and research activities in the U.S. and Canada and to attend and participate fully in the educational opportunities and activities of the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress.

Application Deadline:  July 2, 2019

Country of Study: American College of Surgeons United  States

Countries Eligible to Apply: International young Surgeons from other countries including surgeon from Canada and United states.

Benefits of the Scholarship: The scholarships Awards in the amount of $10,000 each, provide the scholars with an opportunity to visit clinical, teaching, and research activities in the U.S. and Canada and to attend and participate fully in the educational opportunities and activities of the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress. Assistance will be provided in arranging visits, following the Clinical Congress, to various clinics and universities of their choice.
Further Criteria to be Eligible:
  • Applicants must be graduates of schools of medicine who have completed their surgical training.
    Applicants must be at least 35 years old, but under 50, on the date that the completed application is filed.
  • Applicants must submit their applications from their intended permanent location. Applications will be accepted for processing only when the applicants have been in surgical practice, teaching, or research for a minimum of one year at their intended permanent location, following completion of all formal training (including fellowships and scholarships).
  • Applicants must have demonstrated a commitment to teaching and/or research in accordance with the standards of the applicant’s country.
  • Early careerists are deemed more suitable than those who are serving in senior academic appointments.
  • Applicants must submit a fully completed application form provided by the College on its website.
  • The application and accompanying materials must be submitted in English. Submission of a curriculum vitae only is not acceptable.
  • Applicants must provide a list of all of their publications and must submit, in addition, three complete publications (reprints or manuscripts) of their choice from that list.
  • Preference may be given to applicants who have not already experienced training or surgical fellowships in the U.S. or Canada.
  • Applicants must submit independently prepared letters of recommendation from three of their colleagues. One letter must be from the chair of the department in which they hold an academic appointment or a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons residing in their country. The chair’s or the Fellow’s letter is to include a specific statement detailing the nature and extent of the teaching and other academic involvement of the applicant. Letters of recommendation should be submitted by the person making the recommendation.
  • The online application form is structured to assist the Scholarship Selection Subcommittee and assists the applicant in submitting a structured curriculum vitae.
  • The International Guest Scholarships must be used in the year for which they are designated. They cannot be postponed.
  • Applicants who are awarded scholarships will provide a full written report of the experiences provided through the scholarships upon completion of their tours.
  • An unsuccessful applicant may reapply only twice and only by completing and submitting a new application together with new supporting documentation.
  • Nationality: International applicants (other than the United States or Canada) can apply for these scholarships.
 Instruction on How to Apply


 Application is Done Online

 Click here for Requirement andOverview

 Interested Candidate Should Apply through the Scholarship link



Obama Foundation Scholarship Program at University of Chicago 2019.


Applications are invited for Obama Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Chicago. This program provides emerging leaders from around the world who will earn a Master of Arts degree focused on International Development and Policy at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy. The Obama Foundation and the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy share a goal of ensuring that talented young people from around the world can build the skills they need to advance their work as active citizens and to make a real impact in their communities.
The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy also referred to as “Harris Public Policy,” is the public policy school of the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
The candidate should have a very good command of English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English.
Obama Foundation Scholars Program at University of Chicago in USA, 2018-2019

Scholarship Description:
Ø Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing Master of Arts degree programme.
Ø Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the field of International Development and Policy.
Ø Scholarship Award: The Obama Foundation Scholars Program offers an extraordinary scholarship that covers tuition and expenses and provides a monthly living stipend, funding for books and course materials, and opportunities to experience unique out-of-the-classroom programming. Any travel costs for these experiences will also be fully covered.
Ø Number of Scholarships: Not Known
Ø Scholarship can be taken in the USA

Application Deadline:April 10,2018

Eligible Countries: Applicants from around the world are eligible to apply.
Entrance Requirements: University is seeking emerging leaders from around the world who meet the following criteria:
Ø Significant work experience (typically 3-5 years or more) and professional accomplishments with a clear trajectory of increasing impact.
Ø Demonstrated record of community service or working for the public good, either through a full-time professional role or significant engagement outside of primary employment.
Ø Possess a clear focus on a global challenge or policy issue.
Ø A clear commitment to return to and reinvest your new skills in your community after the program concludes.
Ø If that sounds like you, then you have the opportunity to participate in the Obama Foundation Scholars Program. You’ll earn a Master of Arts in International Development and Policy (MA-IDP) at Harris Public
Ø Policy and receive a full scholarship that includes access to exceptional programming outside of the classroom.
Ø English Language Requirements: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores are required for international students. The Harris institution code is 1849 or 1832. Both codes will be accepted. You can make your reservations to take the TOEFL with ETS directly. You will also have the option of submitting other scores (e.g., IELTS, GRE, etc.), but the GRE is not required.

Application Procedure:
Ø All applicants must complete the online application and include the following, which are required to apply for the Harris MA-IDP and participation in Obama Foundation Scholars Program:
Ø Transcripts: You may submit unofficial transcripts through the electronic application process; however, official transcripts will be required upon admission for enrolling students. Please submit transcripts for all prior academic work from any institution of higher education.
Ø Test Scores: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores are required for international students. The Harris institution code is 1849 or 1832. Both codes will be accepted. You can make your reservations to take the TOEFL with ETS directly. You will also have the option of submitting other scores (e.g., IELTS, GRE, etc.), but the GRE is not required.
Ø Work Experience: Please include current and prior positions, preferably demonstrating 3–5 or more years of work experience, the nature of your job, and responsibilities. You may upload a current resume reflecting this information along with your education, community service, professional honors, and any other relevant information.
Ø Letters of Recommendation: University will prefer to have at least one reference from a previous professor who can speak to your academic background and preparedness for graduate studies. Those making a recommendation should submit letters through the electronic application—hard copy letters will be accepted but are not preferred. (Your references will receive an email requesting a recommendation.)
Ø Short Essay Responses: Tell us about your current work (which may be your paid employment or your significant volunteer activity). In answering, please describe the concrete impact – however you define impact – your current work is having. Why have you chosen this work? What are the challenges you have faced in this work and how have you sought to overcome them? (400 words or fewer); What impact do you want to have on the world? How would becoming an Obama Foundation Scholar help you achieve this? What do you plan to do after the Obama Foundation Scholars Program? What will you do if you are not selected? (300 words or fewer).

How to Apply:

Applicants will submit a single application for the Harris MA-IDP and the Obama Foundation Scholarship.

Click here for Online Application

            Interested Candidate should Apply through the scholarship link

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Fully Funded Scholarship@Central Queensland University Australia 2018

Brief Description: Central Queensland University is an Australian dual sector university based in Queensland. Central Queensland University Australia invite high quality candidates with a passion for managing and mitigating human impacts on Australia’s rivers and coasts through engaged research in the field of applied science.


Application Deadline: 05 February 2019

Country of Study: Central Queensland University Australia

Level Of Study: To Pursue Postgraduate (Research)

Countries Eligible to Apply:
To be eligible for this Scholarship the candidate must be a domestic student or an overseas (International)student.

Benefits of the Scholarship: $35,000 per year for the Each postgraduate Reasearcher for the three years program

              Further Criteria to be Eligible:
The Scholarship will be awarded by the University through a competitive selection process. Individual applications will be ranked on the basis of merit and responses to the Selection Criteria.
Applicants should have a degree in a field such as biology, environmental science or environmental management.
Applications are invited from candidates who are able to provide evidence of -
  • Knowledge of marine and/or freshwater science, preferably with experience in experimental biology
  • Knowledge, or ability to rapidly acquire knowledge, of coal mining and transport activities in Queensland
  • Excellent communication skills and demonstrated ability to work with various stakeholders
The successful applicant will be required to publish scientific and peer-reviewed papers in relation to their thesis during the period of candidature.
Instruction on How to Apply

Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact Dr Nicole Flint for further information about this scholarship project before submitting an application.
Email: n.flint@cqu.edu.au
Applications for this Scholarship are to be submitted by email to research-scholarships@cqu.edu.au .
Applications are to include:
  • A letter of motivation describing your skills and research experience [with specific responses to the Selection Criteria listed above]
  • Your current resume, including certified academic transcripts, and a list of your previous publications and projects
  • A list of three academic referees together with contact information.
Applicants may be invited to undertake an interview as part of the selection process.

Interested Candidate Should Apply through the Scholarship link

NB: Applicants will be advised the outcome of their application by email, after the closing date.


Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences Scholarship for Masters And PhD Degree

Brief Description: The Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences coordinates with a network of research groups to provide a stimulating environment for novel formulation of ideas and development of new concepts. The Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences (GSN) at LMU Munich invites applications for several PhD scholarships in Neurophilosophy.

Application  Deadline: 15th of February 2019

Country of Study: Germany

Level Of Study: To pursue Msc and Ph.D. programme

Courses Available: Courses Offered by the Graduate school of systemic Neurosciences

Countries Eligible to Apply:  All Nationalities are Eligible to Apply for
the scholarship


Benefits of the Scholarship: The benefits of the scholarship depend on the courses admitted in the PhD program.

Master’s eligibility requirements: Applicants for the MSc Program “Neurosciences” must hold a Bachelor or equivalent degree in biology, psychology, medicine, physics, philosophy or related fields.

Further Criteria to be Eligible: To be Eligible the following are Required
·         Have a genuine interest in neurosciences
·         Seek interdisciplinary training in order to understand the brain as a whole
·         Hold an appropriate degree (see program requirements below) in biology, medical sciences, engineering, physics, bioinformatics, computer sciences, psychology, philosophy or other related fields
·         The program is highly competitive, therefore above average grades are of advantage
·         Promising candidates holding a Bachelor degree may be recommended by the selection committee for direct admission to the PhD fast-track program, linking The Master and PhD programs with a preparatory year before the dissertation phase
·         If you wish to learn more about the main objective and curriculum of the Master and the PhD program, including the fast-track option, please look over our teaching pages.
·         Note: Applications are welcome even if the required degree has not been awarded by the time of application, BUT the degree must be conferred before courses start the following October.

 PhD and Fast-track program eligibility requirements:
Applicants for the GSN PhD program must hold an MSc or equivalent degree in biology, psychology, medicine, physics or related fields. Exceptionally qualified students holding a Bachelor’s degree can apply for the PhD fast-track program.
If you have started a doctoral neuroscience research project within the last year, but would like to achieve a PhD degree according to the standards of the GSN regulations, you may also apply. In this case, you should have secured your own funding for the duration of your PhD project.
Instruction on How to Apply

The application includes an outline of your proposed research project, a CV, an official transcript of your academic work (list of attended courses; grades), diplomas and two separate academic reference letters. Please also name two potential supervisors (including one non-philosopher) from the core or affiliated neurophilosophy faculty of the GSN.
1.     Completed online application form(only available during the application period). Your completed online application form must be submitted by 12 o’clock noon CET on February 15th at the latest. You may save changes to your application before submitting.
You will need to have the following documents prepared for upload as PDF / scanned documents:
·         CV (max. 2 pages)
·         Official transcripts/records of study: detailed documentation of your academic work (list of courses attended; grades if applicable)
·         Diplomas: certificates of relevant examinations (e.g. Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, plus relevant intermediate exams)
·         Motivation statement (check here the exact format)
·         Research experience exposé (max. length 2,000 characters) – describing all research experience which you consider relevant for us to know – mandatory for allPh.D.D applicants, except those in Neurophilosophy: Extra document requirements for neurophilosophy applicants
Please note that the research experience exposé is NOT about listing the methods used in your research, as a special field for methods listing has been established in the online application tool.
2.           Two separate letters of recommendation (deadline: 12:00 (noon) CET on February 21st!)
Letters of recommendation need to be submitted by the referee him or herself.
On the online application form, you will have to fill in the referee contact tabs and follow the instructions to authorize the coordination office to invite the referee to submit his/her letter of recommendation electronically, on your behalf.
Your referees will need to fill in an evaluation form as well as a recommendation letter.
Please be aware that your application can only be processed after we have received both letters of recommendation. Therefore, please make sure that your referees have enough time to submit recommendations by the deadline (12:00 (noon) CET on February 21st).
Interested Candidate Should Apply through the Scholarship link






Erasmus Mundus Funded Master Scholarship@University of Glasgow UK

Brief Description: The University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world and one of Scotland's four ancient universities, The University of Glasgow is a major research-led university operating in an international context with the following fundamental aims: to provide education through the development of learning in a research environment * to undertake fundamental, strategic and applied research . Prestigious Erasmus Mundus scholarships are available for well qualified applicants to the International Master in Central & East European, Russian & Eurasian Studies. The University of Glasgow is the leading partner in the consortium of universities that have developed this multiple Masters programme.
Application Deadline: 26 January 2019

Country of Study: Scotland UK

Level Of Study: To pursue Master degree programme

Courses Available: All Courses Offered by the University of Glasgow

Countries Eligible to Apply: Students from All Nationalities are Eligible to Apply

Benefits of the Scholarship:
§   The Benefits include a contribution to the student participation costs (including tuition fees, full insurance coverage and any other mandatory costs related to the students' participation in the programme)
A contribution to student travel and installation costs
     A monthly subsistence allowance for the entire duration of the programme

Further Criteria to be Eligible:
All applications are subject to an eligibility check which covers all aspects of the application: respect of the application deadline, completeness of the application file, eligibility of the candidate in relation to the Erasmus Mundus criteria. Applicants who fail to provide necessary documentation by the appropriate deadline will be excluded from the application procedure and will be informed of the specific reason for ineligibility.
Scholarship Competition
To be eligible to be considered for a scholarship, students must first have secured a place on the degree programme (unconditional or conditional).  The University of Glasgow Postgraduate Admissions Office assesses all applications and will reply directly to the applicant to let them know if they have been offered a place. Applicants who receive an offer of a place on the degree programme, and who have submitted the scholarship application on time, will be put forward to the scholarship competition.
Instruction on How to Apply

  • Secure an offer (conditional or unconditional) of a place on the programme.
  • Submit the appropriate scholarship application form (available on the consortium website) with your online programme application.
The  consortium Scholarship Application Form:



Interested Candidate Should Apply through the Scholarship link