Job Description: International Masters and PhD programmes at the Asia-Europe Institute (AEI), University of Malaya located in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of the prosperous country, Malaysia.
AEI offers distinctive areas of study namely International Masters in Regional Integration (Political Science), Small & Medium Enteprises(SMES), ASEAN Studies and Information Management. This is a one year full-time programme facilitated by experienced and resourceful visiting professors from Europe, Asia and USA. This exclusive programme trains selected students with good first degree to reach full potential in academic achievement as well as promising career future and advancement. Full and partial scholarships are also offered to deserving students.
University of Malaya (UM) is the oldest university in Malaysia, established in 1905 and has produced thousands of students who had succeeded in their chosen fields. UM, the pride of the nation has opened its doors to welcome students from all over the world to share and experience the quality education and cultural diversity & harmony in this blessed soil of Malaysia.
Please feel free to contact us if you need more info on the programmes and any other concerns with regards to study & living in Malaysia.
For more information and/or to apply, please log on http://aei.um.edu.my
Important Reminder :
1) The deadline for application is 31 May 2010 for 2010 intake which starts in mid September 2010.
2) If you are applying to AEI through this lead, please email us your name and address for us to reconfirm your application with the recruitment centre.
3) Please be guided that your application can only be made online.
Thank you and all the best,
EduTrade Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
email : edutrade.kl-at-gmail.com
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Erasmus Mundus Scholarships
Current topics include:
Biology of aging / Cancer and metastasis / Cell adhesion / Protein structure / Proteomics and genomics / Molecular mechanisms of cell signaling / Cell type specification and differentiation / Connectivity and function of neuronal circuits / Vision, olfaction, motor control / Synaptic plasticity / Learning and memory / Epigenetic regulation and chromatin modification / Gene expression and silencing / Genomic integrity / MicroRNAs and posttranscriptional regulation
Our international PhD program has 100 graduate students from more than 25 countries. The working language is English. Most students are registered at the University of Basel. The successful candidate holds a Diploma (or M.Sc.) acceptable for matriculation at the University of Basel and has a strong background in cell and molecular biology.
Financial support is in accordance with the scale of the Swiss National Science Foundation. Your income will be generous relative to international standards for PhD students. Duration of the appointment: typically 4 years.
Application deadline: May 10, 2010
For application forms and further information see www.fmi.ch, or email@example.com,
Institute for Biomedical Research,
Maulbeerstrasse 66, 4058 Basel,
Deadline: May 14, 2010
The Korean Government Scholarship Program is designed to provide higher education in Korea for international students in order to promote international exchange in education and mutual friendship between the participating countries.
Total number of Applicants for Selection : 600 persons
Quota for Indonesia = 9
Applicable Universities and fields
This substantial scholarship of up to £23,850 (the final award to be determined at the review stage) will be deducted from the balance of the first year tuition fees for the programme.
Who is Eligible?
Women who have been accepted for SEMBA 2011 and who are fully self-funding. Candidates may submit a scholarship application at the time of submitting their EMBA application, however essays will only be considered for the award if candidates have been offered and have accepted their place on the programme by the scholarship deadline.
Criteria for Awarding the Scholarship
The scholarship will be awarded to an appropriate female candidate on the basis of future professional and leadership potential as demonstrated by the quality of the essay submitted in support of the scholarship application, and a proven track record of success, (i.e. educational and professional background) demonstrated at the EMBA application and interview stages. The Scholarship Committee will also consider the original and personal contribution to the ongoing success of the Executive MBA expressed through the essay and to which the scholarship winner will commit as an ambassador of the EMBA programme.
The judging panel is made up of members of the Admissions Committee and includes representatives from the Sloan and Executive MBA Admissions, Marketing and Programme Management Teams, Faculty and Career Services.
How to apply
You must submit the following documents:
- Completed scholarship application form
- A short essay of not more than 1,000 words (please supply the word count) in support of your application for the scholarship award. The topic of the essay is: "As a female leader, please outline how you will personally support the ongoing success of the EMBA programme".
We must receive your scholarship application before 12 noon on Monday 13 July 2009. The decision will be communicated to applicants by 17.00 on Friday 17 July 2009.
Candidates will need to have their funding in place and make all the necessary payments as outlined in the fee schedule. The full amount of the award will be deducted from the balance of the first year tuition fees for the programme.
Click here to download further scholarship information and application (PDF)
PhD Research Assistantship in Nonlinear Dynamics in Biological System at University of Tennessee, USA
The Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering Department at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has one graduate research assistantship available, at the Ph.D. level, starting Fall 2010.
Our lab works on systems biology, infectious diseases, nonlinear dynamics, control and complex systems. The student will work on an NSF funded project on Nonlinear Dynamics in Biological Systems. Prior experiences in computational biology, nonlinear dynamics and control are highly desirable.
The University of Tennessee offers a diverse and nurturing graduate training environment. The position comes with an annual stipend, full tuition waiver and benefits package, including health insurance.
To apply, send a letter of interest, unofficial transcripts, TOEFL and GRE scores, CV and contact information for three references, to Dr. Xiaopeng Zhao (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Additional information about research in our lab can be found at:
The Faculty of Law offers two scholarships in each academic year for “New International Candidates” in the Master of Laws (LLM) by Coursework. One scholarship will be awarded in each of Autumn Semester and Spring Semester each year to a new LLM international student. The scholarship will be by way of reduction of tuition fees for the semester of the award.
Scholarships will be awarded solely on the basis of academic merit*.
- have applied for admission to the UTS Master of Laws by Coursework (LLM) award, course code C04143;
- be categorised by UTS as an international student (neither an Australian citizen nor a permanent resident of Australia); and
- have reached a level of achievement across all subjects in the undergraduate legal qualification used as a basis for admission to the LLM which is equivalent to an academic achievement of Distinction average (75%) at UTS
Academic Merit. The scholarship will be awarded to the applicant who is the highest achiever.
Number per year: 2
How to apply
Students must apply on the online form.
(Note: the online form will only be available during the open periods stated below)
Applications should be submitted by the due date:
Autumn Semester (February to June)
- Open – 15 September
- Close – 15 December
- Open – 1 March
- Close – 15 June
Phone: +61 2 9514 3760
UTS Faculty of Law
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007
New Third Sector PhD Scholarship in Performance Management
Cranfield School of Management and The Cranfield Trust are working together to support a major research programme on third sector performance measurement. Cranfield is offering funding for a student to study for a full-time PhD under the titl ‘Performance Management in the Third Sector’, starting in September 2010.
The course of study will review and map existing practice, develop understanding of the processes and challenges of non-profit performance measurement, and develop tools and techniques for non- profits to embed performance management activities within their organisations. The project is an exciting opportunity not only to increase academic knowledge but also to make a significant contribution to practice in this important area.
The PhD will be supervised by Cranfield’s Centre for Business Performance, led by Professor Mike Bourne. The Centre for Business Performance specialises in the design, implementation, use and ongoing maintenance of performance measurement and management systems. Professor Bourne said of the Third Sector PhD opportunity:
“Performance Management is as critical in the third sector as it is in the commercial world. Performance measurement and impact reporting is of growing importance to non-profits and we are delighted to be working with The Cranfield Trust to offer the opportunity for a PhD student to undertake in depth research in this area.”
This investment in voluntary sector management supports Cranfield School of Management’s and The Cranfield Trust’s existing commitments to scholarship places on Cranfield’s prestigious MBA programmes. For the seventh year, new students have won scholarships on the Executive (part time) and Modular MBA programmes.
Amanda Tincknell, Chief Executive of The Cranfield Trust, said
“Our work with 200 voluntary organisations a year demonstrates the importance of managers developing the skills they need to meet the challenges of service delivery, particularly in this difficult economic climate.
Demonstrating the effectiveness of your organisation is vital as competition in the sector, and between voluntary sector and private sector service providers continues to grow. Having had outstanding scholarship students on the Cranfield MBA programme over the past 7 years we are now looking for an exceptional voluntary sector manager to take up the opportunity provided by Cranfield School of Management to gain a PhD and make a real contribution to voluntary sector thinking in the impact field.”
The successful candidate will be registered as a full-time PhD student within Cranfield School of Management for 4 years from 27 September 2010. Full-time fees will be paid by Cranfield in addition to a bursary of £13,500 per year to cover living expenses.
Candidates should have a strong management background in the voluntary sector, ideally at a senior level, which includes experience of reporting to funders and other stakeholders. They are also expected to be able to demonstrate a strong interest in performance.
In the first instance, please submit a CV together with, on a separate sheet, a description of how you meet the requirements for the project, including: your background and previous experience of research; how these relate to the advertised topic; what background reading you have done around the topic; why you want to do a PhD in this area, and any further information that supports your application to carry out this particular project. These should be emailed to Wendy Habgood, PhD Programme Manager, e: email@example.com by 28 May 2010.
Candidates will then be invited to submit a formal application form, which may be downloaded from the Cranfield School of Management website and shortlisted applicants will be invited to an assessment day at Cranfield. The deadline for final applications is 18 June 2010.
For an informal discussion about the project contact Professor Mike Bourne on +44(0)1234 754514.
Full details of the PhD programme and a downloadable application form may be found on the website athttp://www.som.cranfield.ac.uk/som/doctorates/
The Cranfield Trust
The Cranfield Trust is a leading provider of pro bono management consultancy to voluntary organisations addressing issues of poverty, disability and social exclusion.
The Trust works with a register of volunteers from the commercial sector, many of whom are Cranfield alumni. Its website is at www.cranfieldtrust.org
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