DAAD scholarships offer graduates the opportunity to continue their education in Germany with a postgraduate or continuing course of study. The scholarships also promote the exchange of experience and networking amongst colleagues.
Who can apply? Foreign applicants who have gained a first university degree in the fields of Fine Art, Design, Visual Communication and Film at the latest by the time they commence their scholarship-supported study programme.
What can be funded? In this study programme, you can complete
a Master’s degree/postgraduate degree leading to a final qualification, or
a complementary course that does not lead to a final qualification at a state or state-recognised German university of your choice (not an undergraduate course).
This programme only funds projects in the artistic and creative area. Other DAAD scholarship programmes are available for applicants from the field of History of Art or Art Studies or for artists with a scientific project.
Duration of the funding Master’s degree:
Between 10 and 24 months depending on the length of the chosen study programme
Start: usually from 1st October, or earlier if a language course is taken prior to the study programme
The scholarships are awarded for the duration of the standard period of study for the chosen study programme (up to a maximum of 24 months). To receive further funding after the first year of study for 2-year courses, proof of academic achievements thus far should indicate that the study programme can be successfully completed within the standard period of study.
Applicants who are already in Germany in the first year of a postgraduate course at the time of application may apply for funding for their second year of study. In this case, it is not possible to extend the scholarship.
AEON Scholarship 2018-2019 akan diberikan kepada 6 orang mahasiswa/i IPB dengan jumlah sebesar USD 1250/tahun untuk setiap mahasiswa/i. Pemberian beasiswa akan dievaluasi setiap tahunnya berdasarkan prestasi akademik dari setiap mahasiswa/i.
Adapun kriteria penerima beasiswa yang dibutuhkan adalah:
Mahasiswa Aktif IPB S1 Regular
Semester V (lima)
Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan
Matematika dan IPA
Ekonomi dan Manajemen
IPK =00 pada saat proses seleksi, penerimaan dan sepanjang menerima beasiswa
Tidak sedang menerima beasiswa/tunjangan dari lembaga lain
Bukan perokok aktif pada proses penyeleksian, pemberian dan sepanjang penerimaan beasiswa
Aktif dan memiliki ketertarikan pada kegiatan sosial
A doctoral scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding candidate to undertake research to develop implement and deliver a high-performance Australian rules football training program.
This Industry PhD scholarship, established by La Trobe University in partnership with the Bendigo Pioneers (AFL Academy) based in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia will be awarded to a qualified applicant with a background in exercise conditioning and athlete monitoring.
This research project focuses on evaluating the high-performance training in the AFL Victoria’s academy program with the aim of developing, implementing and leading a high-performance program to promote and optimise player performance. It will contribute to and evaluate the program’s ability to support a competitive high-performance environment for the region’s talented youth Australian rules football players to reach their full athletic potential.
The research project will be based in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, and the PhD candidate will divide their time between AFL Victoria and La Trobe’s Bendigo campus.
Applicants should have a high level of achievement, including a first class honours degree or equivalent and be eligible for accreditation as an Exercise Scientist with Exercise & Sports Science Australia.
Benefits of the scholarship Benefits of the scholarship include:
A La Trobe PhD Scholarship for 3.5 years, with a value of $27,082 per annum (2018 rate)
A fee-relief scholarship (LTU-FFRS) for up to four years for international applicants
Academic supervision provided by La Trobe
Industry supervision and mentoring provided by AFL Victoria
Opportunities to work with AFL Victoria staff, and build professional and community networks in the sector
Opportunities to work with La Trobe’s outstanding researchers
Access to La Trobe’s suite of professional development programs.
Full Scholarships for Doctoral Researchers in Navigation, Robotics, Computer Vision, Geoinformatics, Filtering techniques
The DAAD and the Research Training Group “Integrity and Collaboration in Dynamic Sensor Networks” (www.icsens.uni-hannover.de) jointly award 2 full scholarships for doctoral studies financed by the DAAD Graduate School Scholarship Programme (GSSP). The scholarships will be awarded in 2019.
Desired Skills and Experience We are looking for highly motivated international candidates with an outstanding M.Sc. degree in geodesy and geoinformatics, information technology, computer science, applied mathematics, robotics, or a related discipline. Furthermore, the ability for interdisciplinary and independent work as well as a very good command of the English language and a passion for learning German are required.
Please take notice of the following requirements:
we only accept applications of foreign students. German applications will not be considered in the GSSP program,
by the time of your nomination to the DAAD (December 2018), you must not have been resided in Germany for more than 15 months,
at the time of application, your last final exam must have taken place no longer than 6 years ago,
candidates for the scholarships are selected in a multi-step process jointly conducted by the RTG and the DAAD. The final decisions and the financial administration are in the responsibility of the DAAD. Please visit the DAAD website for further information on the application process and the required documents (Guidelines and Information for Foreign Applicants),
incomplete applications as well as applications which are not submitted to the DAAD in the second step will not be considered.
About the employer We offer an attractive position in an interdisciplinary team working in a highly relevant topical field of research, which provides excellent opportunities for further professional qualification. The structured supervision program is designed to allow for a graduation within three years.
Eligibility International students (non-Canadian citizens paying differential tuition) entering any direct-entry college at the U of S will be considered for an International Student Scholarship.
Recipients are eligible to receive the International Student Entrance Scholarship in addition to a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship.
Selection Criteria Academic achievement
Apply By applying online for undergraduate admission, students will be eligible for consideration. The application deadline is February 15. Students must also submit the necessary supporting documents, pay the $90 CDN application fee and meet U of S admissions requirements (including English Language Proficiency) by March 1. The application form can be found online.
Lazarski University Foundation scholarship is a grant programme awarded to current students and those who want to start studying at Lazarski University.
The programme is aimed at supporting students who are talented, studious and socially active but do not have sufficient resources to cover the tuition fee.
The grant covers the whole or a part of the tuition fee at Lazarski University.
The total sum available for the academic year 2018/2019 is PLN 20,000.
Who can apply? If you are starting your studies at Lazarski University or you already are our student and your average grade has always been above 4.2, you can apply.
Students from outside Poland can also apply.
How to apply?
You have to fill in an electronic application form available on below and attach documents confirming your achievements, a declaration of your average grade (included in the application form) and a declaration of your income (a specimen available on the Foundation website).
The Grant Committee will verify the declaration of your average grade based on the data provided by the programme Uczelnia XP. Thus, it is not necessary to obtain any confirmation documents from the Dean’s Office.
You can check your average grade for the whole period of studies on https://oceny.lazarski.pl. In order to get access, login to Wirtualna Uczelnia with your usual login details.
A declaration of income must be signed. A document without a signature will not be accepted.
The deadline for submitting applications and scanned documents is 9th October 2018.
The Massey University College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarship (“the Scholarship”) aims to attract highly capable new international students with demonstrated academic excellence to study in a College of Humanities and Social Sciences full-time undergraduate or postgraduate programme.
The Scholarship is applicable to any of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences programmes offered to new international full fee-paying students across all Massey University campuses.
The Scholarships will be competitive and awarded based on academic merit at the discretion of the selection committee.
The Scholarship is valued at NZD $5,000 for each 120 credits enrolled, for the total credit value of the Programme.
Undergraduate Programme maximum: NZD $20,000 (for a 4-year programme)
Postgraduate Programme maximum: NZD $10,000 (for a 2-year programme)
The total number of new scholarships to be awarded each year is subject to approval by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Executive Group.
Eligibility Recipients must be full-fee paying international students, who are neither citizens nor permanent residents of New Zealand or Australia, and who are enrolling for the first time in a programme at Massey University.
Applicants must remain full-fee paying international students throughout the duration of their study in order to remain eligible for the scholarship.
The recipient must be enrolled full-time (equivalent to at least 120 credits per year) in an eligible undergraduate or postgraduate programme offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
The Research Training Program (RTP) stipends are provided to support the general living costs of both domestic and overseas students undertaking Research Doctorate degrees.
A limited number of scholarships are available to domestic and overseas students who wish to continue their education through a Higher Degree Research (HDR) PhD program.
The RTP scholarship is awarded through a competitive application processes. Bond University HDR Scholarships Committee meets biannually to award fee waivers and living stipends based on a merit based selection process
Students cannot apply if they are receiving an equivalent award or scholarship from the Commonwealth designed to offset HDR fees.
Eligibility The scholarship application process is open to domestic and overseas HDR students who are studying, or intend on studying, a PhD Doctorate by Research at Bond University.
Prestigious Erasmus Mundus scholarships are available for well qualified applicants to the International Master in Tourism Development & Culture (TourDC). The University of Glasgow is the leading partner in the consortium of universities that have developed this joint Masters programme. Other degree awarding partners include University of Malta, Lund University (Sweden) and University Institute Lisbon.
Eligibility Applicants must hold an offer of a place for the programme (unconditional or conditional) for September 2019 entry.
EMJMD student scholarships can be offered to students from any region of the world – however no more than three from the same country or with the same nationality will be awarded in the same intake. The scholarship’s terms depend on your country of origin/residence.
Join an ambitious team at the UK’s leading campus-based university to complete a project that combines education, psychology and medicine.
Applicants should have a good first degree (2:1 or above) in a relevant discipline and a Masters degree in a related discipline is desirable. Funding is available for three years to cover fees for PhD registration (2018/19 home/EU rates: £4,260) and a research studentship stipend of currently £14,777 per annum for 2018/19. Non-EU students would be required to pay the balance (currently approximately £11,200 per annum) of the overseas fees themselves. The post will be shared between the internationally renowned institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences (iPCHS), and the Keele’s Medical School Education Research Group (MERG).
The project: Accurate assessment of the clinical skills of trainee healthcare professionals is vital for both patient safety and educational development and fairness. Current assessment approaches rely on observation and judgement by professionals but are limited by problematic variability in scores. This PhD will contribute to the growing field of “Assessor Cognition” in medical education. Several studies have shown that recently-observed performances influence examiners’ judgements, and may influence their attention. This has lead to pragmatic suggestions that observing “benchmarking” videos prior to examining may direct assessors’ attention and result in more consistent judgements. Despite this, little prior work has investigated whether or how benchmarking influences assessors’ attention and what impact this has on their judgements.
The programme of study will use an initial qualitative think-aloud based approach to study the influence of benchmarking performances on assessors’ attention. It will then use experimental methods to test the influence of mediating factors. Finally, in either the later stages of the PhD or in follow-up work, it will trial an intervention based on benchmarking in the context of a medical student Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE). As a result the PhD’s findings are anticipated to directly inform current practice, and be of interest to national and international audiences and policy makers. The candidate will be supported, but given considerable latitude, to develop the research approach in terms of theory, focus and methods.