Chevening Scholarships for Indonesian Students, UK

Chevening Chevening is the UK Government’s global scholarship programme that offers future leaders the unique opportunity to study in the UK. These scholarships are awarded to outstanding professionals from your country and beyond to pursue a one-year master’s degree in any subject at any UK university.

Chevening provides fully-funded scholarships, leaving you free to focus on achieving your academic goals and enjoying the experience of a lifetime. You will live and study in the UK for a year, during which time you will develop professionally and academically, grow your network, experience UK culture, and build lasting positive relationships with the UK.

If you have ambition, leadership potential, and a strong academic background, we encourage you to apply to study in the UK, a classroom like no other.

How to apply
Applications for 2019/2020 Chevening Scholarships are open from 6 August. They close on 6 November 2018 at 12:00 GMT.

Applications can only be submitted using the Chevening online application system, available through the ‘apply’ button on this page.

Required documents
Prior to starting your application for a Chevening Scholarship please ensure you have the following ready:

  • Valid passport/national ID card
  • University transcripts and degree certificates (undergraduate, postgraduate)
  • Three different UK master’s course choices
  • Names of two referees who know you in a professional or academic capacity

Please note that if you are shortlisted for an award, you will be required to log into the online application system and request a reference from your referees. The request will generate an email to the referees and they will need to submit the reference by Monday, 25 February 2019. If your referees do not submit by this deadline, you will be unable to proceed with an interview.

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Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students, Bangor University, UK

Bangor University was founded in 1884, making it one of the oldest and most prestigious degree awarding institutions in the UK. For more than 125 years students from all over the world have graduated from Bangor and as a result gone on to achieve great success in their chosen careers.

Situated near to the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia and with the sea close by, Bangor is one of the most attractive study locations in the UK, but yet one of the least expensive places to be a student in the UK.

All applications received on or before the 1st June 2012 will be automatically considered for a scholarship of up to £1,000.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Successful candidates who have applied to study at Bangor University before the 1st June 2012 will be eligible for the International Scholarship.
  • The International Scholarship will apply to undergraduate students beginning their courses in September 2012.
  • Students who receive other types of scholarships from Bangor University or other sources will not be entitled to the International Scholarship.
  • The International Scholarship is offered in the form of a deduction in tuitions fees which are payable by the end of October, 2012.
  • The scholarship is not open to UK/EU applicants.

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Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students, Bangor University, UK

Guaranteed scholarships are available for outstanding International students applying for postgraduate study…

  • Successful applicants who have been offered a place to study at Bangor University will be awarded a £500 scholarship
  • £1,000 will be awarded to applicants who have achieved a 2.1 (or equivalent) in their bachelors programme
  • £2,000 will be awarded to applicants who have achieved a 1st class honours (or equivalent) in their bachelors programme
  • £5,000 will be awarded to a limited number of exceptional applicants (applications must be received by 1st June 2012)

Applicants are NOT required to complete a scholarship application form. Scholarships will continue each year throughout the postgraduate research programme subject to satisfactory performance.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • The International Scholarship will apply to students beginning their Postgraduate course in September 2012
  • Students who receive other types of scholarships from Bangor University or other sources will not be entitled to the International Scholarship
  • The International Scholarship is offered in the form of a deduction in tuitions fees which are payable by the end of October, 2012
  • The scholarship is not open to UK/EU applicants
  • Students applying for MSc Forestry (distance learning) are eligible to receive the above scholarships and will be rewarded in subsequent years subject to satisfactory performance*
    *students who are entitled to £2,000 scholarship will be rewarded thorugh a £1,000 fee deduction in their second year and a additional £1,000 deduction towards their dissertation fee, students who are entitled £1,000 scholarship will be given £500 fee deduction to their second year fee and a additional £500 off in their dissertation fee

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International Research Scholarship, Bangor University, UK

Bangor University offers an International Research Scholarship of up to £1500 reduction in fees. Scholarship application forms can be downloaded here.

Scholarship Regulations

  • Applicants must be resident overseas for fees purposes
  • Students wishing to apply for a scholarship must firstly submit an application to study at Bangor University. Completed scholarship applications must be sent directly to the International Office by scan, fax or post. Applications should be received at the university no later than 30th of June 2011. Any applications received after the 30th of June, 2011 will not be considered
  • Correct scholarship applications must be used (2011 Entry). All scholarship applications must be fully completed. Incomplete applications will not be considered and will be sent back to you
  • International Scholarships are awarded only to students who have not been offered any other awards, scholarships or bursaries from Bangor University, its Colleges or Schools
  • The International Office will reduce or totally withhold an award if the holder has not made distinct progress in his/her studies as certified by tutors and as shown in the examinations of the University, or if his/her conduct and diligence has not been satisfactory
  • All scholarships shall be reviewed on an annual basis
  • If you are currently a student at Bangor University, please note that you will not be eligible to apply for the International Scholarship.
  • Students who will be enrolled at ELCOS should apply for the International Scholarship before arriving at Bangor to study the English Language Course at ELCOS
  • International Scholarships are awarded only to students who have not been offered any other awards, scholarships or bursaries from Bangor University, its Colleges or Schools
  • All awards will be announced at the beginning of July 2011 via e-mail notification.

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Master Scholarships in Sustainable Forest and Nature Management, Erasmus Mundus, Europe

The MSc programme in Sustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA) is a two-year world-class integrated programme aimed at qualifying graduates to deal with the enormous challenge in sustainable management of natural resources, namely the challenge of management of forests and nature areas in an integrated landscape context. Through a top-level, research-based education, graduates will gain the required competencies for working with sustainable forest and nature management issues: a significant theoretical foundation, practical and international experience, and a cross-disciplinary approach.

The SUFONAMA programme is offered by a consortium of five European universities:

  • University of Copenhagen,
  • Bangor University,
  • University of Göttingen,
  • Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and
  • University of Padova.

Programme
The programme consists of a first study year at one of three institutions (Bangor, Copenhagen, Göttingen) followed by a second study year at one of the four other institutions. The aim of the first study year is to provide a thorough and broad introduction to sustainable forestry and nature management. The first year ends with a compulsory Joint Summer Module, run as a two-week excursion to a Consortium country. The first year allows students to choose freely among the five specialization options in the second year. Each specialization is based on the partner universities` research strengths. The specialization includes a masters thesis based on research and fieldwork in Europe.

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PhD Studentships, Dr Giovanni d’Avossa, School of Psychology, Bangor University, UK

Applications are invited for a three-year fully funded PhD studentship in the School of Psychology, Bangor University under the supervision of Dr Giovanni d’Avossa. The studentship is available from October 1st 2010 (or as soon as possible thereafter) and includes payment of UK / EU level tuition fees, a maintenance allowance of approximately £13,590 and a research allowance of £750 per year for 3 years.

Project
The lab research interests are the central mechanisms of visual attention and spatial vision assessed with behavioral and functional imaging methods. A large registry of brain injured patients with focal lesions in cortical and subcortical structures is maintained by Prof. Rafal and Dr. d’Avossa, allowing interested applicants the opportunity to test individuals with specific visual and attentional impairments. The lab has equipment for visual testing, including a large touch screen and state of the art eye-tracker.  The lab is also well set up for the analysis of imaging data acquired on the 3T Phillips MR scanner housed in the ground floor of the building where the School of Psychology is located.

In addition to the requirements listed below, applicants should have a strong background in psychology, biology, physical sciences or engineering.

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PhD Studentships, Prof Oliver Turnbull, School of Psychology, Bangor University, UK

Applications are invited for a three-year, fully funded, full-time PhD studentship in the School of Psychology, Bangor University under the supervision of Prof Oliver Turnbull. The studentship is available from October 1st 2010 (or as soon as possible thereafter) and includes payment of UK / EU level tuition fees, a maintenance allowance of approximately £13,590 and a research allowance of £750 per year for 3 years.

Project
The last half-century has produced a vast literature on episodic memory systems, and their (hippocampally-mediated) biological underpinnings. There has also been a substantial literature on other memory systems, such as semantic or procedural skills, that are independent of episodic memory. However, despite a century-long anecdotal history (beginning with Claparade), the role for emotion-based learning systems, the role of emotion-mediated memory, has been far less investigated.

The proposed study will study the (previously un-investigated) issue of how emotions are modified in the patchy and distorted recall of these amnesic patients. In particular, the study seeks to establish whether specific classes of emotion are better recalled, do specific emotions prime each other, and whether these patterns of memory error relate to pre-morbid personality.

All of these issue bear on important emotion-related questions, especially on the relationship between emotions, and how these are developed and maintained throughout the life-span. However, studying this through the lens of amnesia represents a highly novel research strategy. Moreover, the topic has substantial clinical implications – perhaps most obviously in relation to dementia.

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PhD Studentships, Prof David Linden, School of Psychology, Bangor University, UK

Applications are invited for a three-year fully funded PhD studentship in the School of Psychology, Bangor University under the supervision of Prof David Linden. The studentship is available from October 1st 2010 (or as soon as possible thereafter) and includes payment of UK / EU level tuition fees, a maintenance allowance of approximately £13,590 and a research allowance of £750 per year for 3 years.

Project
The project will use functional magnetic resonance imaging and behavioural methods to study the emotion networks of the brain and the effects of neurofeedback (see Johnston et al., Neuroimage 49:1066, 2010). We will move from the basic understanding of the brain mechanisms of emotions to clinical applications. The project is based in the Bangor Imaging Unit of the School’s Wolfson Centre for Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience, which houses a 3 Tesla fMRI system. Combinations with other techniques supported in the Centre (EEG, TMS, behavioural genetics) are also possible. We will provide all relevant training and opportunity to participate in the very active seminar and journal club programme of the Centre and the PhD programme of the Wales Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience.

For more information visit the lab website.

In addition to the requirements listed below, applicants should have a background in psychology, medicine, cognitive neuroscience, computer science/visualization, or engineering.

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PhD Studentships, Prof Bob Woods, School of Psychology, Bangor University, UK

ESRC Funded 1+3 Studentship (Prof Bob Woods)
Applications are invited for a fully funded 1+3 Masters course followed by a PhD Studentship for 4 years full time study registered in the School of Psychology at Bangor University (start date 1st October 2010) under the supervision of Prof Bob Woods and co-supervision of Prof Linda Clare.

The student will undertake an ESRC recognized MSc (MSc in Psychological Research link to http://www.bangor.ac.uk/psychology/postgraduate/masters/psych_res.php?catid=&subid=7704) for 1 year prior to starting the PhD programme (3 years), and the entrance criteria will initially be for entrance onto the MSc.

The studentship includes payment of UK / EU level tuition fees, a maintenance allowance of approximately £13,590 p.a. and a research allowance of £750 p.a.

Project
The precise focus and scope of the project will be influenced by discussions between the student and the supervisory team. However, at this stage it is envisaged that the project will focus on those identified as having some degree of cognitive impairment, but not extensive enough to constitute a dementia. CFAS methodology provides a number of operational definitions that can be applied to generate samples having a given degree of impairment. The study will initially use data from the main study to identify the relationship of this impairment to indicators of health, mood and well-being, comparing this relationship across the different operational definitions.

It will then go onto to carry out qualitative interviews with participants purposively sampled to have a range of mood scores and health problems, but similar levels of cognitive impairment. These interviews will explore the relationship of health, mood and cognitive impairment. It will seek to identify the influence of multiple co-morbidities on cognitive impairment and to identify people with mild cognitive impairment that is primarily characterized by increased anxiety and worry, with a view to considering and developing possible interventions.

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