Scholarship for Indian students
Job Description: The University of Chichester is delighted to have been selected by the Charles Wallace India Trust to offer a Writerâ€™s Fellowship.
The University has joined an elite group of institutions who cooperate with the Charles Wallace India Trust, to welcome an Indian writer to the UK and provide them with an opportunity to spend time at a British university, devoting themselves to their own writing and contributing to the life of the host institute.
The successful applicant will be based in the English and Creative Writing Department at the University of Chichester. The institution has a thriving literary community, with an annual programme of talks by leading writers, editors and agents. Many of its students have gone on to publish their work with leading UK publishers. Its academic staff are highly qualified and experienced individuals, many of whom are practising and published poets, novelists and dramatists.
Who is the fellowship for?
The fellowship is awarded by the University of Chichester and the Charles Wallace India Trust to an individual who:
* Is an Indian citizen, domiciled and resident;
* Has completed university-level education in the field of literature and/or has between five and seven years of professional experience;
* Has a clear proposal stating what they plan to do at the University of Chichester and how they hope to use the experience on their return to India;
* Has not been given a Charles Wallace India Trust grant within the previous five years.
What is its value?
The Charles Wallace India Trust currently pays Â£1227 a month to the writer to cover all accommodation, living and local travel costs. The Fellowship is for two months. International return fares are also covered.
Application deadline: 30,September2010
Further fellowship information and Application
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Scholarship for South African Citizens for Masters and Doctoral Studies
Job Description: The Ernst & Ethel Ericksen Trust was established by Ethel Eriksen in the early 1980â€²s. The trust provides study grants to students doing post graduate study and has enabled scholars from all walks of life to fulfill their dreams, and in so doing benefit South Africa.
* The student must be a South African citizen.
* Study must be at a South African university.
* Students must have completed their honours in order to apply.
Application Deadline: 30 September 2010
Contact Address: Ernst & Ethel Eriksen Trust
Private Bag x 67
Fax2Email : 0865830478
Cell : 083 453 1789
Email : eeetrust-at-eject.co.za
Further Scholarship Information and Application
Scholarship for those students who have Accounting and Finance, Organizational Performance and Employment Relations, Leadership, Management
Kent Business School (KBS) invites applications for a full time research studentship leading to the degree of PhD commencing in January 2011. Kent Business School is the business and management department of the University of Kent. Over the last five years the School has experienced a major shift in research culture and undergone
considerable expansion appointing over 19 senior research-active academics. In the 2008 RAE, 55% of our research was classified as â€œworld leading and internationally excellentâ€ and the Business School leapt from the middle of the RAE table to the top third of all UK Business Schools.
The School has a fully dedicated staff of 57 academics with international expertise and research backgrounds from 20 countries. The School currently has nearly 80 research students of which over half are from the EU or UK. PhD students attend a rich and varied programme of research and business seminars and participation in a yearly Poster
Applications are invited for a funded full-time PhD Research Studentship in any area of Management. The studentship covers Home/EU fees and provides a monthly stipend (approximately Â£13,500 p.a). The ideal candidate would normally be expected to hold a 2:1 or First class honours degree plus a masterâ€™s degree, or equivalently an upper 5-year undergraduate degree if coming from Europe. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential. Applications will be assessed based on previous academic achievements and relevant skills.
Application deadline: 31 October2010
Further scholarship information and Application:
Applications are invited for a full-time PhD studentship in the area of Quantitative Finance starting as soon as possible but no later than January 2011. The studentship will involve working on Numerical Techniques for Calibrating Market Price of Risk under the supervision of Professor Radu Tunaru. The project will involve applications using real-estate data, interest rate data and equity options data and it is covering both theoretical work and empirical work. The research is aiming at producing high-impact papers in top quality journals and also important recommendations to practitioners in the finance industry.
The PhD student will join the Business School at the University of Kent at Canterbury. Kent Business School is the business and management department of the University of Kent and has expertise in Management Science, Marketing, Management and Finance. Over the last five years the School has experienced a major shift in research culture and undergone considerable expansion appointing over 19 senior research-active academics. In the 2008 RAE, 55% of our research was classified as â€œworld leading and internationally excellentâ€ and the Business School leapt from the middle of the RAE table to the top third of all UK Business Schools.
The School has a fully dedicated staff of 57 academics with international expertise and research backgrounds from 20 countries. The School currently has nearly 80 research students of which over half are from the EU or UK. PhD students attend a rich and varied programme of research and business seminars and participation in a yearly Poster Competition.
The studentship covers Home/EU fees and provides a monthly stipend (approximately Â£13,500 p.a). The ideal candidate would normally be expected to hold a 2:1 or First class honours degree plus an MSc, or equivalently an upper 5-year undergraduate degree if coming from Europe, with a background in financial engineering, financial mathematical finance, operational research, mathematics, statistics, computer science or some other quantitative discipline relating to the project. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential. Knowledge of or experience in the use Matlab is highly desirable while other computer programming (preferably C/C++ or S-Plus) is highly appreciated. Experience with handling large datasets and working with econometric packages would also be useful. Applications will be assessed based on previous academic achievements and relevant skills.
How to Apply
Initial applications should be sent to Claire Baldock, Research Secretary, Kent Business School, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7PE, telephone 01227 823009, e-mail email@example.com quoting â€˜Tunaru PhD Studentshipâ€™ in the e-mail subject. Further details regarding the studentship are available through the web link below:
Applications should be sent electronically and include all of the following materials:
A cover letter or proposal explaining your specific interest in the research project, relevant training and skills appropriate to working on the project, and long-term career goals
A curriculum vitae (CV)
Official transcript(s) of your undergraduate/postgraduate degrees
Names and contact information of two references (one of which must be from an academic institution you have studied at) who can supply letters of support if short-listed for the position
If English is not your first language then evidence should be supplied that meets the minimum English language requirements (Click for details).
Informal enquiries may be directed by email to:
Professor Radu Tunaru, Kent Business School, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Completed applications should be received no later than: 31st October 2010
Further scholarship information and Application:
Post graduate Scholarship in Biochemistry for MSc Students in biochemistry or biomedicine or corresponding education
Job description: Studies on molecular level of structure, function and protein-protein interactions concerning a particular group of molecular chaperons, so called small heat shock proteins. They interact with not clarified mechanisms with other proteins in the cell and prevent aggregation. Preliminary results indicate that the interaction occurs with the terminal endings of the proteins, what we call â€œthe terminomeâ€. The results are significant for the understanding of and the possibility to prevent diseases that are due to protein aggregation, and for plants to resist water shortage, drought and increased temperatures.
Basic entry requirements for PhD studies are: a degree at advanced level, courses to an extent of at least 240 credits, of which at least 60 at advanced level, or corresponding proficiencies aquired in Sweden or elsewhere. Special requirements for this position: MSc in biochemistry or biomedicine or corresponding education. Good communication skills are required and also independence in reading scientific literature and writing reports. Education in bioinformatics and practical experience of protein chemical methodology is meritorious.
Basis of Assessment:
Regulations for employment as a postgraduate student can be found in the Swedish Statute Book (SFS 1998:80). Only those admitted to postgraduate studies can be appointed to such a position. When appointing applicants to such a position, first and foremost their ability to benefit from postgraduate studies must be taken into consideration. In addition to pursuing postgraduate studies, the doctoral student may also perform other duties, including research, teaching and administration, according to the specific regulations.
Application deadline: 2010-10-19
Further scholarship details and application:
This programme offers the unique opportunity for interdisciplinary studies of law and economics at two or even three European and Non-European universities. Each partner university awards a Master degree (LL.M. / M.A. / M.Sc.). The programme provides students with an advanced understanding of the economic effects of divergent laws and prepares students for a professional career, for example, in public organisations, in multinational law firms or consultancy firms. Graduates are also well prepared for doctorate research in a PhD programme such as the European Doctorate in Law and Economics (EDLE).
Who Can Apply?
The EMLE is a postgraduate course. Preference will be given to applicants who already have a first master degree.
The minimum requirement for admission is a bachelor degree, provided that this degree leads up to employability in the relevant labour market. In particular with respect to the legal profession, stricter job qualifying criteria (first master degree) may be required by national regulations.
Applicants with a bachelor degree only need to provide proof that this degree is an appropriate level of qualification in the labour market in their home country.
Besides graduates in Law or Economics, students with a first degree in Business Administration or in other social sciences may also apply if the curriculum includes a substantial number of courses in law and/or economics. The above requirement with respect to employability in the labour market equally applies.
No student may apply to more than three Erasmus Mundus courses in any given year.
The application procedure differs depending on whether an applicant is considered a â€˜European studentâ€™ or â€˜third country studentâ€™ in accordance with the criteria of the European Union (the official definition of â€˜third country studentsâ€™ is available at the Erasmus Mundus website). European students are those who either
have a passport of an EU Member State or of the EEA-EFTA states (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway), or
have carried out their main activities (studies, work, etc) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in any of the above countries.
All applicants who are characterized by neither of the above conditions are considered as third country students.
Note that students with multiple nationalities who are citizens of one of the countires listed in the definition, as well as of a non-European country, and who have not spent 12 months in Europe may choose whether they want to apply as European or as third country students.
Please proceed to the application procedure for the academic year 2011/2012:
European students (deadline December 15, 2010 â€“ procedure open soon)
Third country students (deadline November 15, 2010 â€“ procedure open)
Scholarship opportunities for EMLE students
The European Union provides attractive scholarship opportunities for EMLE students through two separate programmes.
First, the Erasmus Mundus Programme offers generous grants to both European and third country students.
Second, European students may also benefit from the Erasmus Mobility Grants.
Furthermore, the fifteen highest ranked admitted non-European applicants who are not nominated for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship will receive a partial waiver of the tuition fee of 4,000 euro.
Please follow the links for more information.
Application Deadline : 15 November 2010
The Faculty of Law offers two scholarships in each academic year for â€œNew International Candidatesâ€ 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.
Value : $2,500.00
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 â€“ 15 September
Close â€“ 15 December
Spring Semester (July to November)
Open â€“ 1 March
Close â€“ 15 June
*Where no applicant satisfies the award conditions the scholarship will not be awarded.
UTS Faculty of Law
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007
Phone: +61 2 9514 3760
The Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation was founded in 1990 to develop
scholarship and award programs that encourage women to choose engineering as a career
to honour the memory of the 14 women at Ã‰cole Polytechnique whose contributions to
Canada ended on December 6, 1989.
Each year CEMF offers up to five $5,000 Undergraduate Engineering Scholarships to
young women across Canada who are proven leaders, active in their community and
volunteer work, and act as mentors to other young women to encourage them to pursue a
career in engineering. These scholarships are not based on academic achievement.
Applicants must be female engineering students at the undergraduate level enrolled fulltime in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university. One scholarship may be awarded in each of the regions of British Columbia, Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic.
All application packages must be Post-marked or Courier Date-stamped no later
than Midnight Friday, January 14, 2011.
Further information, visit scholarship link below
The School of Business and Management currently has three studentships available for entry onto the PhD Programme in January 2011.
Research within the School clusters around six broad themes
innovation, networks and knowledge;
communications, discourse and narratives;
equality and diversity;
business history. Faculty conduct research across one or more of these themes. We also host the
Centre for Research in Equality and Diversity, the Globalisation Research Centre, the Business History Research Centre and co-host the Centre for Global Security and Development with the School of Geography and the School of Politics.
More about PhD research.
We are looking to attract applications from candidates with an interest in one of three broad areas â€“ innovation, ethics and communications. However we welcome applications which may be inter-disciplinary and cross-cut any of our research themes, for example the ethics, fairness and diversity of contemporary policy and employment practices, the globalisation of innovation, pedagogical issues associated with the use of digital communication, transparency and accountability in the context of globalisation, fairtrade governance structures and impacts on local development etc.
More about the PhD programme.
One of the Studentships will entail working as a paid editorial assistant one day a week with the journal ephemera: theory and politics in organization, the other two will be scholarships without any specific tasks attached. All will be subject to the terms of conditions of Queen Mary funded College studentships in the Humanities and Social Sciences see http://ping.fm/BkpWN
The Studentships are open to home and overseas students and include payment of tuition fees and an annual stipend of Â£15,590.
The school strongly advises prospective PhD students to contact a member of the School before they apply to the programme. This will ensure that your research proposal is complementary to the expertise and strengths of the School. Details about the Schoolâ€™s academic staff and their research interests can be found below:
Academic Staff Details
For further information please contact:-
Miss Monira Begum
PhD Programme Administrator
Tel: 020 7882 8581
Information about the Doctoral Programme and the application procedure can be found here: http://ping.fm/YWxR5
The deadline for return of completed applications is 5.00pm (GMT) on 31st October 2010.
Westminster International Scholarships (starting January 2011)
These generous awards are aimed at fully funding you if you are from a developing country and will study a full-time Masters degree at the University. Particular preference will be given to you if you can demonstrate how the knowledge you acquire from your studies will aid the development of your own country.
Amount: Full tuition fee waivers, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London.
Eligibility: You must be an international student from a developing country and hold an offer for a full-time Masters degree.
Criteria: Academic excellence, development potential and financial need.
The deadline for scholarship applications for January 2011 is 1 November 2010 unless otherwise specified.
Further information: http://ping.fm/seawj
Application Form: http://ping.fm/sExku
With the support of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the International AIDS Society (IAS) has established a research fellowship programme focusing on HIV and drug use, with the goal of contributing to advances in the scientific understanding of drug use and HIV, while fostering international collaborative research on HIV and drug use (see FAQ for definition of research areas covered by the fellowship).
The fellowship programme is awarded as a stipend of US$75,000 in two categories: to a junior scientist for 18-month post-doctoral training, or to a well-established HIV researcher for an eight-month-long professional development training at leading host institutes excelling in HIV-related drug use research.
In 2011, up to four fellowships will be awarded. The fellows and their mentors will be invited to attend the IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention (IAS 2011), to be held in Rome, Italy, on 17-20 July 2011, where the awards ceremony will be held.
Post-doctoral training: Junior investigators with a doctoral degree (e.g., PhD, MD) obtained no more than six years before the time of application in the fields of behavioural and social sciences, biological sciences, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, medicine, physics or public health (other disciplines may also be considered) are eligible. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree or equivalent before the start of the fellowship, but not necessarily when applying.
Professional development training: The fellowship is geared towards well-established HIV or drug use scientists who are not currently active in the field of HIV-related drug use research, with a minimum of seven yearsâ€™ experience beyond post-doctoral level, and with a documented scientific record that includes peer-reviewed publications.
Applications are encouraged from any country, but preference will be given to applicants from low- and middle-income countries. As there are numerous national opportunities for research training within the US, applications from US citizens and permanent residents for fellowships within the US will not be accepted.
All applicants must choose a mentor in an institution different from their current institution (see FAQ for details).
Applicants must be able to start their fellowships before 1 June 2012.
Applications must be completed in English.
Applications for the 2011 programme must be submitted by the prospective fellow through the online application form that will be available on the IAS website from 8 December 2010 until 10 February 2011 (until midnight CET). Please read the application guidelines before applying online. Applicants will be asked to detail their research goals, provide an abstract of their proposed project, and write a research plan for the duration of their fellowship. The research project must be related to HIV and drug use, e.g., narcotics and alcohol (for more information see FAQ).
Applicants must have chosen an appropriate mentor who holds an established post for the duration of the fellowship and has a track record in research and training in HIV and drug use. Applicants must confirm that the host institute and the mentor can guarantee that space and facilities will be made available for the prospective fellow if he/she is successful in obtaining the fellowship.
After the applicant submits his/her application, the mentor must then complete his/her part of the application, specifying the support that he/she will provide to the applicant, and assess the impact that the fellowship will have on the applicantâ€™s future career.
Applications are screened by the IAS to ensure that they are complete and eligible. All eligible applications will be independently assessed by at least two external experts (review and grading criteria can be found in the FAQ).
Once applications have been reviewed, based on the reviewersâ€™ assessments, the fellows will be selected. Selection is based on grades, reviewersâ€™ comments, and the maximum impact each fellowship would bring to the treatment and/or prevention of HIV/AIDS and drug use, as well as to collective capacity building in the recipientâ€™s home country.
The outcome of the selection will be made public approximately 10 weeks after the closing date. Fellows will be immediately notified by email. The fellowships must be started any time between 1 August 2011 and 1 June 2012.
Duration: Fellowships must be served continuously for the duration of the award. Fellows must start their research before 1 June 2012.
Terms: The award of US$75,000 will be made available to the host institution, which will provide the stipend to the fellow in accordance with its usual regulatory procedures. The stipend may cover only the cost of living, personal expenses (e.g., health and accident insurance) and one return journey to the country of origin during the fellowship period. The stipend may not be supplemented with funds from the NIH or any other US federal agency or another fellowship, regardless of the source. The fellow may receive supplemental support from other sources, providing that the additional funds do not impose a service and do not exceed a maximum of US $10,000 per year.
Work permit: The mentor and the host institution are responsible for supporting the fellow in obtaining the necessary visa and work permit, insurance and ethical approval to conduct his/her research in accordance with national requirements and the host institutionâ€™s regulatory procedures.
Reporting: Fellows and mentors must provide intermediary progress reports to the IAS every six months during the fellowship period, based on the template they will receive, as well as a final fellowship report, including an expenses report.
Before applying, applicants are advised to read the full IAS-NIDA fellowship Policies & Procedures.
Any questions may be directed to ResearchPromotion@iasociety.org.
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Wageningen University and Research centre is looking for a PhD or Post-Doc candidate who will work on one of the Systems Biology projects on Reconstruction of metabolic networks.
We are interested in candidates with a background in the exact sciences (statistics, mathematics, physics, (theoretical) biology), who are eager to work on a project in the life sciences.
The duration of the project is three years for a Post-Doc and four years for a PhD.
This position is embedded in a project aiming at unraveling flavonoid networks in Tomato. Amongst other factors, these networks are, responsible for Tomato taste and as such highly relevant in breeding new Tomato species. In this project, experimentalists and modelers strongly cooperate. The present position is on the modeling side and focuses on reconstructing the metabolite networks from the data generated in this project. To that end existing methods could be applied, but also new methods have to be developed.
Network reconstruction is one of the central research themes in Systems Biology, since biological systems at nearly all levels of aggregation can be modeled in terms of networks. In the present project, the measured metabolite levels form the observable expressions of the network components. The purpose is to reconstruct both the topology of the underlying network and to estimate the interaction strengths between the components. To that end the candidate should develop and apply both statistical and mathematical techniques. The combination of these approaches is believed to lead to most powerful methods in network reconstruction.
From the statistical point of view, various approaches are possible, like multivariate multiple regressions under constraints and penalties form a first type of statistical models to study. Alternatively, graphical models and random fields could be used. An important item will be how to incorporate prior biological knowledge. For this purpose, Bayesian techniques will be needed to be studied.
From the mathematical point of view, the emphasis is on describing the dynamics of networks in terms of differential equations. The challenge is to find the structure of these equations from the measured time series in order to detect the topology of the network and the interaction strengths. Parameter estimation by fitting possible models to the data is an inherent part of the work.
We are especially interested in candidates who want to apply their skills in and knowledge of one of the exact sciences to a life science setting, and who are interested to combine mathematical and statistical approaches.
MSc or PhD in Mathematics, Statistics,,Physics, (Theoretical) Biology
Affinity to modeling
Enthusiastic and innovative researcher with good communication skills
Good expression in written and oral English
Additional conditions of employment:
We offer you a full-time position for a period of 12 months with the intention to extend it with 36 months for PhDâ€™s and with 24 months for Post-Docs. For PhD the gross salary per month is â‚¬ 2042,= in the first year rising to â‚¬ 2612,= per month in the fourth year. For Post-Docs the maiximum gross salary per month is â‚¬ 3755,= dependent on training and experience.
Hay-profile: Promovendus or Post-Doc
Maximum hours per week: 38
The organization: Biometris
Biometris (www.biometris.wur.nl) is the research group of Wageningen University for mathematics and statistics. This department consists of about 65 mathematicians and statisticians, who are involved in Research for the Life Sciences, Consulting and Teaching. The group provides a very stimulating environment for PhD-students and Post-Docs. Biometris develops and applies quantitative models for the life sciences. Focal points are Quantitative Genetics, Systems Biology and Ecological Modeling. There is a long-standing and producÂ¬tive cooperation between Biometris staff members and applied scientists in a great variety of life science disciplines, inside and outside Wageningen University.
Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:
Prof.dr. F.A. van Eeuwijk
Telephone number: 0317-482902
E-mail address: email@example.com and
Prof.dr. J. Molenaar
Telephone number: 0317-486042
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: 3rd October 2010
[Netherlands] PhD Positions for the research on insect-plant interactions of the Laboratory of Entomology and Wageningen University
Food-web ecology has shown that plant responses to herbivory constitute a major force in structuring insect communities. Herbivores that induce responses in plants affect the plant phenotype and thereby indirectly, i.e. mediated through the plant, affect other community members. Such plant responses to environmental changes in terms of herbivore attack have been extensively characterized for pair wise interactions using transcriptomics on molecular genetic model plant species. Yet, food webs include multiple interacting organisms at several trophic levels that cause combinations of stresses that interact in inducing a response in plants.
This project will address interactions among 4 trophic levels in a plant-insect system. The project will address the mechanisms that underlie the trophic interaction network that provides hyperparasitoids with cues to locate their otherwise inconspicuous hosts (primary parasitoids) and how this even allows hyperparasitoids to smell abundance of their hosts from plant-derived cues, using ~omics tools.
An MSc degree in Biology or Plant Sciences with a multidisciplinary profile. You should be a molecular/chemical ecologist having experience with investigating arthropod behaviour, statistics and molecular techniques. Team player with demonstrable experience in collaboration with ecologists, molecular biologists and/or entomologists. Excellent communication skills.
A full-time position (38 hours), initially for 1 year after which a go/no go decision will be taken on extension with another three years.
Gross salary per month â‚¬ 2042,= in the first year rising to â‚¬ 2612,= per month in the fourth year, for a fulltime appointment.
Closing date for applications: 9 October 2010
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The Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE) is a two-year master's programme offering a double degree from two universities. The students enter one of the universities and continue the second year at one of the other institutions in another country
COSSE is a joint initiative of four European universities COSSE
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Technical University of Delft, the Netherlands
Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen â€“ NÃ¼rnberg, Germany
The EACEA (the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency) awards 7 to 10 category A scholarships and 6 to 8 category B scholarships per Erasmus Mundus Master's programme.
Scholarships (non-EU member states) can be awarded to applicants from non-EU member states (but not to applicants from Norway, Liechtenstein or Iceland) unless they have resided in a EU member state or in Norway, Liechtenstein or Iceland, for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years (by 31 January of the year of enrollment).
The category A scholarship includes:
Travel and installation costs: â‚¬ 8000 for a 2 year programme
Participation costs (including insurance coverage): â‚¬ 4000/semester
Monthly allowance: â‚¬ 1000/month
Scholarships (EU-member states) can be awarded to applicants from EU-member states and to applicants from Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland
The category B scholarship includes:
Travel and installation costs â€“ only if the EM master's programme includes a mobility period to a Third-Country partner: â‚¬ 3000
Participation costs (including insurance coverage): â‚¬ 2000/semester
Monthly allowance: â‚¬ 500/month
Candidates who apply for an Erasmus Mundus Master Programme are at the same time considered for a scholarship nomination for this specific programme. The scholarships are awarded to the highest ranked candidates that fulfill the following scholarship conditions:
The applicant has applied correctly, fulfilled the admission requirements and is nominated for a scholarship by the EM consortium.
The applicant has not applied to more than three (3) Erasmus Mundus master's programmes during one round of applications.
The applicant should be able to spend his study period in at least two of the consortium partner countries. These two countries must be different from the country in which the applicant has obtained his/her last university degree; the mandatory mobility periods cannot be replaced by virtual mobility, neither can they take place in institutions outside the consortium.
The applicant has not yet benefited from an EM master's programme scholarship.
The applicant should not benefit from another Community grant while pursuing their Erasmus Mundus masters studies.
The applicant should be enrolled as a full-time student and commit himself to participate in the master's programme in accordance with the terms defined by the consortium in the Student Agreement. Failure to do so could lead to the cancellation of the scholarship.
All applicants must submit the required documents, regardless of prio applications.
A signed cover sheet (generated from the web-based application at studera.nu/english â€“ Application code: COSSE)
A correctly certified copy of your bachelor's degree in original language and translated into English.
A correctly certified copy of your transcript of records in original language and translated into English. All courses taken must be included. Please also provide the university course descriptions from your university study guide or the university website.
Proof of your English proficiency.
GRE test-scores, if available. (GRE General Test as well as GRE Subject Tests in Computer Science and Mathematics).
A Curriculum vitae including details on your academic career.
A letter of motivation including an indication of which specialization you wish to take and why, an indication of your preferred mobility track, a brief summary of your thesis work, stating the credits and grade.
A copy of your passport or some other kind of identification in English.
Two letters of recommendation from professors of the most recently attended higher institution.
The Erasmus Mundus master's programme in Systems Biology (euSYSBIO) is a two-year Master's programme including compulsory mobilty for the students. This programe is cooperation between KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden (KTH), Instituto Superior Tecnologico in Portugal (IST) and Aalto University school of Science and Technology in Finland. The euSYSBIO programme offers education of high international standard as well as cultural experience from two different European countries and a double degree from two universities. Candidates who apply for an Erasmus Mundus Master Programme are at the same time considered for a scholarship nomination for this specific programme. The scholarships are awarded to the highest ranked candidates that fulfill the following scholarship conditions. Category A Scholarship (non-EU member states but not to applicants from Norway, Liechtenstein or Iceland) includes: Travel and installation costs: â‚¬ 8000 for a 2 year programme Participation costs (including insurance coverage): â‚¬ 4000/semester Monthly allowance: â‚¬ 1000/month Category B Scholarships (from EU-member states and to applicants from Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland) includes: Travel and installation costs â€“ only if the EM master's programme includes a mobility period to a Third-Country partner: â‚¬ 3000 Participation costs (including insurance coverage): â‚¬ 2000/semester Monthly allowance: â‚¬ 500/month Application Procedure All interested applicants should submit following documents: A signed cover sheet (generated from the web-based application at studera.nu/English â€“ application code SYSBI) A correctly certified copy of your bachelor's degree in original language and translated into English. A correctly certified copy of your transcript of records in original language and translated into English. All courses taken must be included. If possible, please provide the university course descriptions from your university study guide or university website. Descriptions of the following courses should be included: multivariate calculus, linear algebra, computer science and programming. Proof of your English proficiency. GRE test-scores, if available. A Curriculum vitae including details on your academic career. A letter of motivation. A copy of your passport or some other kind of identification in English. Two letters of recommendation from professors of the most recently attended higher institution. If you have work experience or other (publications, patents, posters, etc.) to support your application, please include certificates of these in your application.
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