Oxford University Clarendon Fund Scholarships for Graduate Studies, UK

The Clarendon Fund is the University of Oxford’s flagship scholarship scheme. The awards are sponsored by Oxford University Press and are only available at the University of Oxford for all full-time and part-time graduate degrees.
Host Institution(s): University of Oxford in United Kingdom
Field of study: Any field of study offered at University of Oxford.
Number of Awards: Approximately 100 scholarships will be available
Target group: All candidates including international students accepted to start a graduate course at Oxford Annually.
Scholarship value/inclusions:
The majority of awards cover University and college fees and provide an annual grant for living expenses £13,290 p/a.
Some awards are partial only, covering either fees only or maintenance only. Partial funding may also be offered if scholars-elect secure external funding.
Awards are made for the full duration of your fee liability, subject to an annual renewal process based on satisfactory academic progress and a review of financial circumstances.
Awards are based on academic excellence and potential.
Frequently Asked Questions
Application Deadline: 8 Jan/22 Jan. The 2011-12 application round will open in September 2010.
For More Information and Application, Please Visit Clarendon Fund, Oxford University UK Website at:

EM Masters Scholarships in Strategic Project Management, Sweden

A number of Masters in Strategic Project Management Scholarships are granted by the Swedish Government and the Erasmus Mundus Consortium.
All enrolled students will be granted a scholarship by the Swedish government (€ 6,000) in addition to any Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
Admission criteria
There are three core admission criteria:
Excellence of the candidate: outstanding achievement in the applicant’s first degree.
The minimum admission qualification is a high-quality Bachelor degree (or an equivalent academic degree) of minimum three years duration and 180 ECTS credits in a cognate discipline, or semi-cognate discipline with considerable relevant experience, e.g. business and management, science and engineering.
Language ability: for non-native English speaking applicants a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent is required (e.g. TOEFL 600 or 250 computer-based). A language policy exists for students with a slightly lower level of English (e.g. IELTS 6.0) who wish to apply; they are encouraged to take advantage of the pre-sessional English language course at Heriot-Watt University .
Student motivation and relevance of the Masters Course to a student’s professional experience to date and future career aspirations.
Application procedure
All applications for admission will be forwarded to the co-ordinating institution ( Heriot-Watt University ) for processing.
Documents required in English WHICH MUST BE SUBMITTED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION are as follows:
Application form including letter of motivation.
Curriculum vitae.
Certified copy of your university qualification.
Certified copy of the certificate issued by the competent academic authority confirming the examinations passed, detailed study programmes and the number of hours for each module studied.
Proof of level of English.
Two letters of recommendation, preferably from the university or institute that awarded your first degree.
Administrative papers: a copy of a valid ID document.
Application forms
Application forms are available from HWU, who are the co-ordinating institution for this course.
You can download an application form, or complete one online by visiting
If you do apply online, please ensure you print
off a copy of your application form and enclose along with all your supporting documentation – this will allow us to match your supporting documents with your online application and process your application as quickly as possible.
Application deadline – January 31st.
For further details, and application materials, go to:

Arab Student Aid International (ASAI) Scholarship 2010-11

The Arab Student Aid International is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization operating in the United States; donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law. ASAI is formally registered in the State of Ohio, USA, as a charitable public foundation. ASAI is an educational, independent, charitable, non-profit, non-political, non-religious, tax-exempt organization

Scholarship Interest-Free loan Requirements & Conditions:

For the Academic year 2010/2011, the new Deadline for the “Fall Semester” is September 01, 2010. (No exemption)

Policy of ASAI Scholarship Loan:

Financial Aid is given for one degree only; either the Master Degree or the PhD Degree but not both.
For the PhD applicants Financial Aid is given for three academic years if needed, and for Master applicants for two academic years if needed.
Only one applicant from the same family is accepted.
Amount of Loan is determined based on: number of applicants, level of living in country of study, field of specialization, and our allocation budget restrictions.
Repayment of loans must be secured through (2 guarantors) and must be paid within 3 years through an installments plan or at one time.
Deadline dates are as follow:
- Fall Semester – September 01, 2010
- Spring Semester – January 01, 2011
Loan is given once during the academic year regardless of the time of application.
Loan renewal request should be submitted as our loan doesn’t renewed automatically.
Applicant current GPA is (B+) Very good or higher.
Eligibility Requirements for 2010/2011 Fall Semester – Scholarship Interest-Free Loans:

You must finish one semester (full-time) in your current program. To be eligible for the scholarship loan (If not, you are not eligible until your finished your first semester).
You must be an Arab citizen (students who are a permanent resident or citizen of a non-Arab country do not qualify, including those with a dual citizenship).
You must have student visa (those who have immigrant visa don’t qualify).
You should plan to return to the Arab countries to work, and serve your Arab community after your graduation.
You must be academically a highly-qualified student,
Should be in financial need with proven documentation.
Enrollment for a PhD or Master (MA/MS) program at an accredited university outside your country of residence (Applicants who are enrolled as Bachelors degree (BA) student’s are not eligible).
Applicants should be registered as full-time students; applicants who are registered as a part-time, online, via correspondence, etc. are not eligible.
If you meet these eight requirements, you can fill out the forms listed below. Please read scholarship loan agreement carefully.

The following documents should be submitted to ASAI Scholarship Committee before a decision is made on the request for financial assistance:

Completed Application and forms.
A Personal photo (Passport size).
Official copy’s of all previous degree/’s transcript/’s that you have. (Official transcripts required). for example:
Masters degree applicants, you should submit the transcript of your Bachelors Degree, and
PhD degree applicants, you should submit the transcript of your Masters Degree.
Proof of enrollment an official enrollment letter from your university stating that you are officially registered at the present time at an accredited university and have completed one semester in the PhD or MA/MS Program.
Official transcript of grades (Photocopies are not acceptable) to proof that you have completed one semester as a full-time student in the PhD or Masters program with a “B” overall average, excluding pre-requisite courses.
Two Letters of recommendation from your current instructor or main supervisors .
A Copy of your student visa and your passport or your national ID.
A Copy of I-20 or J-1 Visa (for the students studying in USA)
2010 – 2011 Fall Semester – Scholarship Loan Application & Forms

Scholarship Application Form A-1
Scholarship Agreement Form A-2
Financial Guarantee Form A-3
Please note:

When all of the above ASAI requirements are met and the official documents are received, qualified students will be notified based on the decision of the ASAI student committee on or before the second week of January, 2011

All applications, and forms must be completed and returned to ASAI Main Office to the following address before Deadline date: January 01, 2011

Arab Student Aid International
P.O. Box 3546
Dublin, Ohio 43016


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