To celebrate the opening of CSU’s new campus in Port Macquarie to international students, CSU offers a number of $5,000 and $10,000 tuition fee scholarships to new commencing international students enrolled in courses offered on Port Macquarie campus in Session 1, 2018.
Commencing full-time international students in either session one, February 2018 or session two July 2018.
CAMPUS: Port Macquarie
MUST BE STUDYING IN:
Bachelor of Accounting
Bachelor of Applied Science (Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism)
Bachelor of Business Studies
Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design)
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Environmental Science Management
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Medical Radiations Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Psychology
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
Bachelor of Social Work (TAFE integrated)
Master of Customs Administration
Master of Professional Accounting
Master of Information Technology
Applicant must be an international applicant for a course offered at Port Macquarie Campus for 201830 (February) or 201860 (July) sessions. International Exchange and Study Abroad applicants are not eligible for this scholarship.
Provide evidence of:
High Academic achievements 75% or GPA 5/7 or 3/4 or equivalent.
Community involvement and desire to be involved in the CSU Port Macquarie Community (1000 word essay).
Applicant must hold an unconditional offer* for a CSU course, delivered at CSU Port Macquarie.
* Unconditional offer means that the applicant has met all of the conditions of their conditional offer including meeting the English Language Proficiency requirements, providing certified documentation, and passing the Genuine Temporary Entrant checks, etc. Please Note: For many countries applicants will be required to apply for admissions via an approved CSU Education Agent. Please see the list of approved CSU Agents
In 2018-2019 Maastricht University offers one (1) Orange Tulip Scholarship Indonesia.
1 OTS scholarship for master’s programmes at Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience at the amount of 100% of the tuition fee.
The Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience (FPN) is a dynamic community consisting of 1500 students and 255 scientists, tutors/lecturers, technicians and other support staff. Together they ensure an inspiring environment that is engaged in education and research of a constantly high level.
Maastricht University (UM), the most international university in the Netherlands, stands out for its innovative approach to learning and international outlook. With almost 16,000 students and 4,000 staff, UM offers a wide choice of academic programmes, all of which are designed to bring out the best in its students.
Maastricht University has used Problem-Based Learning (PBL) ever since it was founded and has been an expert in this field for over 35 years. PBL is more than just acquiring knowledge; it’s about exchanging knowledge in a challenging and effective way. Maastricht University makes the difference. With unique Europe-focused and international-oriented programmes. After all, UM is “Leading in Learning”.
Researchers at UM work in multidisciplinary teams and in close cooperation with international institutes, business and industry. Our high-quality researchers have attracted international attention by taking the lead in several large European research projects. However, we’re not stopping there. Maastricht University’s research portfolio continues to attract national and international top researchers. But we also believe in young talent. That’s why UM integrates research into every level of our education.
The Department of Psychology will fund two new studentships at Home/EU fee rate, with a stipend (currently £15, 553) each year for three years, to support two of the research projects listed below. Of the three projects listed, the projects attracting the best two applicants will be awarded a PhD award starting in January 2018. Successful applicants will engage in PhD study full time and integrate into the life of the Department of Psychology, working with academic colleagues and undergraduate students.
Two scholarships are available to Masters students commencing any subject in Psychology within the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences. This scholarship covers fees at the UK/EU level for the one year duration of any MSc programme in Psychology. A small additional amount may also be available to contribute to research costs. This amount may vary.
The scholarship is open to applicants from any country, who are of high academic merit and lack adequate funding to undertake the degree. Applicants must be accepted on to a Masters programme in any subject in Psychology within the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences.
Eligible applicants should complete an online application.
Our University of Essex Psychology Doctoral Scholarship supports talented PhD students to study in our Department of Psychology. Two scholarships are available in 2017-18.
If you have an excellent academic background, the potential for future achievement and financial need, you could be eligible. Once awarded, you’ll receive the scholarship for three years of your PhD (subject to satisfactory progression). The scholarship includes:
a fee waiver equal to the Home/EU fee (international students will need to pay the balance of their fees)
a stipend of £12,000 per year
a training bursary of £480 per year
Proficio funding, which can be used to ‘buy’ advanced skills training
You can apply for this scholarship if you have been offered a place at Essex for a full-time PhD, starting in 2017-18.
MPhil and Masters by Dissertation courses are not eligible.
Please read the full terms and conditions before applying for or accepting a scholarship or bursary. They contain important information about eligibility, how you’ll receive your funding and whether this award can be combined with others or not.
A PhD research fellowship in health psychology is available at the Department of Psychology. The positon forms part of the research project “Healthy sexual aging: A mixed-method study of sexual function and sexual well-being in older European adults” financed by the Norwegian Research Council. The appointment is for a period of three years (with no teaching requirement). The fellowship period may be reduced if the candidate has previously been employed in a research fellowship position.
Although the topic of sexual health is increasingly gaining legitimacy and importance, our knowledge regarding sexuality in older age is lacking, especially when it comes to the question of how biopsychosocial age-related changes may affect the body and sexuality in older age. The expressions of sexuality vary between and within different societies and cultures. In this new research project, the sexual well-being and sexual function of older adult men and women in Northern, Southern, and Central Europe will be compared. Quantitative sub-studies will be carried out as national, representative cross-sectional questionnaire surveys in Norway, Denmark, Portugal and Belgium. A qualitative sub-study will involve in-depth interviews of 25-35 men and women of different sexual orientations in different countries. The PhD research fellow in Norway will be affiliated to the quantitative project in Norway.
The findings from the different components will be contextualized to highlight cultural and policy-related differences between European regions, and their societal challenges and implications for health will be considered. Based on this analysis, the results will be used to inform the design and development of scalable, culturally appropriate awareness-raising interventions for the public and a professional intervention program for health practitioners working with aging populations.
Actress Nicole Kidman is proud to establish, with King’s College London, the ‘Dr Antony Kidman Scholarship in Health Psychology’ in honour of her late father Dr Antony Kidman. The scholarship will be awarded to one student each year undertaking a Master’s degree in Health Psychology. Considered a prestigious award, it will be given to exceptional students in financial hardship to support them with their studies at King’s.
What is the Dr Antony Kidman Scholarship in Health Psychology?
Dr Kidman was an Australian psychologist, biochemist and writer. He was a faculty member of the University of Technology, Sydney for more than 43 years until his death in September 2014. Dr Kidman established the Health Psychology Unit at the University of Technology in 1985 and was the Director until his death. In 2005, Dr Kidman was made a Member of the Order of Australia for his contribution to clinical psychology. His academic achievements include 154 journal articles and nine books as well as regular presentations at conferences internationally.
The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s (IoPPN) is Europe’s largest centre for research and post-graduate education in psychiatry, psychology and basic and clinical neuroscience. It is world renowned for the quality of its research and is the most cited research centre in the world in the fields of psychiatry and psychology, having recently surpassed Harvard in research rankings. The Department of Psychology at the IoPPN has grown to become one of the world’s largest groupings of psychologists undertaking research and education in the areas of clinical and health psychology, neuropsychology and neuroscience and developmental psychology. In 2014, the UK government judged the impact of King’s work in psychology to be ‘100% world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ and our research environment was judged as ‘100% world leading’.
We spend 1/3rd of our life asleep, and the brain is very busy during this time. The neural oscillations of sleep have known restorative functions, and are also critical for memory consolidation and emotional processing. My laboratory studies all of these functions of sleep, and potential PhD projects include investigations into ways to manipulate sleep (called ‘sleep engineering’) in order to enhance all of these functions. Sleep engineering included manipulation of oscillations through auditory and electrical (tACS / tDCS) stimulation and manipulation of memory replay (targeted memory reactivation) in sleep. In my laboratory we are interested in enhancing sleep to improve health (for instance by counteracting the impacts of ageing which lead to reductions in deep slow wave sleep). We are also interested in manipulating memory consolidation by triggering the replay of selected memories in different combinations and in different sleep stages. This can lead not only to stronger memory, but to integration of new memories with each other and with existing knowledge, providing a basis for creativity.
Two scholarships are available to Masters students commencing any subject in Psychology within the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences. This scholarship covers fees at the UK/EU level for the one year duration of any MSc programme in Psychology.
The scholarship is open to applicants from any country, who are of high academic merit and lack adequate funding to undertake the degree.
A small additional amount may also be available to contribute to research costs. This amount may vary.
To apply for a scholarship you must first apply for admission for an eligible programme of study at the University of Edinburgh.
Only applicants who have received an offer of admission (conditional or unconditional) on the closing date of the scholarship will be considered by the panel.