Bachelor Degree Scholarships 2011-2012, Colby-Sawyer College, USA
Early Action Scholarship
Early Action Award
Requirements: Must apply for Early Action (non-binding) by December 1
Value: $2,000 per year
Other Notes: Students must submit and complete an application for admission during the early action deadline period. The award is in addition to other scholarships and is renewable for four years of study provided the student continues to be enrolled full-time and remains in good academic standing.
Wesson Honors Scholarship
Requirements: Students with a 3.75 GPA at point of admission are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Value: $17,000 per year
Other Notes: This award is competitive and includes direct admission into the Wesson Honors Program. Selection is by committee review and awards are limited. It is renewable annually for four years of study dependent upon good academic standing in the Wesson Honors Program.
Deadline: Scholarships are limited and we recommended that students complete their applications for admission and the Wesson Honors Program by February 1. Please note: Students who qualify to apply for the Wesson Honors program will be notified through the mail, following their acceptance to Colby-Sawyer. Applying for the honors program is separate from our Merit Award application process and eligible students are encouraged to pursue both.
Requirements: 3.5 GPA at point of admission
Value: $16,000 per year
Other Notes: This award is competitive and selection is by committee review. Students receiving this award have graduated from high school with honors level classes and a rigorous college preparatory program. It is renewable annually for four years of study dependent upon maintaining a 3.3 GPA while enrolled at Colby-Sawyer.
Deadline: Scholarships are limited and we recommended that students complete their application for admission by February 1.
Requirements: 3.3 GPA at point of admission
Value: $14,000 per year
Other Notes: Renewable annually for four years of study dependent upon maintaining a 3.0 GPA while enrolled at Colby-Sawyer.
Requirements: 3.0 GPA at point of admission
Value: $12,000 per year
Other Notes: Renewable annually for four years of study dependent upon maintaining a 2.75 GPA while enrolled at Colby-Sawyer.
Merit Based Awards
Colby-Sawyer College acknowledges the unique talents and interests of our students through our Merit Awards. Awards will be available in fields such as leadership, community service, art, and creative writing. Students are eligible to apply for merit awards at any point, including prior to being accepted. Students may only apply for one merit award.
Deadline: February 1
Office of Admissions
541 Main Street
New London, NH 03257
Email: admissions[ at ]colby-sawyer.edu
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Bachelor Degree Scholarships 2011-2012, Colby-Sawyer College, USA
PhD Scholarships at DTU Fotonik, Denmark
DTU Fotonik seeks qualified candidates for a number of vacant PhD positions. Candidates are invited to apply for a specific project from the list below or to submit individual project proposals. Additional information concerning individual project proposals should be obtained by contacting the potential main supervisor directly. The procedure for these projects is described below.
Network architecture for high demanding video applications
Cognitive approach for service oriented integration of home, access and core networks
Photonic crystal THz fibers and functional fiber devices
Multi-color all-fiber femtosecond laser tunable in the near-infrared, visible, and ultraviolet range
Light Sources & Industrial Sensors
IR and THz sensing
Enhanced phase microscopy
Control of optomechanical nanomembranes with applications for coherent single-photon sources
Plasmonic nanostructures for improved photovoltaic devices
Other projects: Individual research projects
You may also apply for a PhD project at DTU Fotonik in a different way. In case the above-mentioned projects do not match your interests, you are allowed to provide a project description of your own. In this case, you are required to first contact a potential supervisor directly in order to agree on the project description and supervision. Staff lists are provided in the homepages of each of the department research areas.
Applicable for all scholarships
Candidates should have a masterâ€™s in engineering or a similar degree with an academic level equivalent to the masterâ€™s degree in engineering.
The scholarships for the PhD degree are subject to academic approval, and the candidates will be enrolled in one of the general degree programmes of DTU. For information about the general requirements for enrolment and the general planning of the scholarship studies, please see the DTU PhD Guide.
The salary and appointment terms are consistent with the current rules for PhD degree students. The period of employment is 3 years.
The application must be received no later than 1 November 2010 by using the online-system. Please open the link below â€œapply for this job onlineâ€ (â€sÃ¸g stillingen onlineâ€) and fill in the application form. In the space marked â€œcommentâ€, please write which position you are applying for.
Your application must include following documents:
-A letter motivating the application
-Grade transcripts and BSc/MSc diploma
-Conversion of grade average to Danish grades ( please use spreadsheet ).
-Incomplete applications will not be considered.
All applicants will receive an answer no later than end of December 2010.
Deadline for application: 1 November 2010
All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.
Apply for this job online.
PhD Positions at The University of Melbourne, Australia
1 PhD position in peer-to-peer networks, 1 PhD position in ad-hoc transport
At the University of Melbourne there are two new openings for PhD students:
-one in the area of peer-to-peer networks
(for students with a background in computer science or electrical engineering)
-one in the area of computational transportation science
(for students with a background in computer science, geomatics or related).
A new interdisciplinary project (Effective Decentralized Transport Management) will develop novel peer-to-peer communication mechanisms in hybrid sensor networks with stationary and mobile nodes, and test their applicability and efficiency in a cooperative ad-hoc transportation scenario. We are looking for two PhD students that collaboratively investigate the two aspects of this project. The research in peer-to-peer networks will investigate novel multidimensional routing protocols to support delay sensitive applications in heterogeneous networks. The research in cooperative ad-hoc transportation will use these novel structures for efficient management of ride sharing, an application that requires both, directed and in-depth information of transport supply for local users planning a trip.
Position 1: solid background in network protocols and structured peer-to-peer networks
Position 2: solid background in spatial / spatiotemporal information
good programming skills in object-oriented or declarative languages
interest in world-leading research as well as in development
research training (e.g., a project and thesis at the end of the masters programme)
The fix-term positions are funded by full scholarships from National ICT Australia (NICTA) for three years, which can be extended for another six months, and a fee relief from the Melbourne School of Engineering for candidates of a scholarship score of 80 or above. With this level of funding, and excellent free social services on campus, students can easily live in Melbourne, one of the most liveable cities in the world. Expected start is 1 February 2011. Candidates must fulfil the entry criteria for research higher degree students at the University of Melbourne.
NICTA is Australiaâ€™s ICT Centre of Excellence. It is the largest organisation in Australia dedicated to ICT research. NICTA focuses on use-inspired basic research to address the technology challenges facing industry, community and the national interest.
NICTA offers prospective students an enhanced PHD program with access to specialist coursework; world-class supervision in a challenging and supporting environment; practical research with industry and domain experience; professional skills development by offering courses in project management, commercialisation and communication; placement in a particular NICTA research program with the opportunity to work on state-of-the-art research; opportunities to work on development and commercialisation projects; research internships; and world-class infrastructure.
NICTA also has a strong emphasis on use-inspired research that has the potential to be commercialised. Hence, students have an opportunity to work on research projects that may lead to commercialisation opportunities.
For more information, visit: www.nicta.com.au
About the University of Melbourne:
The University of Melbourne is in all international rankings among the top 100 universities in the world, and its School of Engineering is ranked even higher. For more information, visit: www.unimelb.edu.au
References to previous work:
Santosh Kulkarni, Scott Douglas, David Churchill (2010), Badumna: A decentralised network engine for virtual environments. Computer Networks, 54 (12): 1953-1967.
Winter, S. (2008): Intelligent Self-Organizing Transport. KÃ¼nstliche Intelligenz, 08 (3): 25-28.
Applications should be sent via email to:
Santosh Kulkarni, santosh.kulkarni[ at ]nicta.com.au (for position 1)
Stephan Winter, winter[ at ]unimelb.edu.au (for position 2)
All applications for position 1 sent by 1st December 2010 will be considered. All applications for position 2 sent in by 15 November 2010 will be considered. Applications by women are highly encouraged.
Full Scholarship Masters Degree Program at Korea, South Korea
The following is the admission guide for international applicants at The Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University.
- Peace and Global Governance
- Asia Pacific Studies
- New Politics and Future Governance
- A person whose nationality isnâ€™t Korean and is a graduate or a graduate-to-be for a bachelorâ€™s or masterâ€™s degree.
Scholarship and benefits
- Official academic language : English
(All official academic events, classes, examination are conducted in English)
- Full Scholarship for tuition and accommodation fee
- Accommodation fees are for 8 months of school days during the year. Vacations are not included.
- Free text books
- Other scholarship opportunities
- Separate Campus etc
For details regarding scholarship please refer to the following link.
- April 30 for Fall semester
- October 31 for Spring semester
- Applications with postal mark until the deadline will be accepted.
- Applications still must physically arrive within one week after the deadline.
Application Schedule, required documents
- Please, refer to the attached file (Admission Guideline for International Applicants.pdf)
- None (May change in future admissions, as for the 2011 Spring admission there are no admission fee)
Contact information regarding admission
- E-mail : gip[ at ]khu.ac.kr
- Postal Address: The Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University 258-5 Bupyeong-ri, Jinjeop-eup, Namyangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, 472-864 Korea
- Tel: +82-31-570-7013
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