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Criteria for Sports Scholarships:
1. Student at the University of Birmingham and compete for the university in BUSA events.
2. Athletes competing at national/ International standard.
Criteria for Sports Bursaries:
1. Student at the University of Birmingham and compete for the university in BUSA events.
2. Athletes who have shown the potential to compete at national standard & making a significant contribution to the AU 1st team performance.
To apply for any of our scholarships, please download the application form here
For more information please contact Elizabeth Egan on 0121 414 4519 or email: email@example.com
Dateline for 2007-2008 Applications is Friday 27th July 2007
The scholarship awardees will be provided with a monthly stipend 800,000 Korean won(around US $800) for Master, and 1,100,000 Korean won (around US $1,100) for Ph.D. programs throughout their study. No tuition or registration fees are charged. All applicants should keep in mind the admission timetable in IRDA as follows.Applications for the IRDA program will be accepted twice annually. Admission periods are for both the Fall and Spring semesters. The current deadlines are as follows:
- for Fall Semester: by April 30
- for Spring Semester: by October 31
Applicants are strongly recommended to submit their application package before the application deadline. The admission approval notification is made no later than 30 days before the beginning of the semester.
You can download the application form using MS Word. Please fill out the form using MS Word and send in a printed hard copy of the completed application.
For further informations go to:
The PhD scholarships run for a period of three or four years depending on the educational level of the student. A three-year scholarship can only be awarded to applicants with a Master’s degree equivalent to a Danish graduate degree. Students with the equivalence of 4 years of university studies - where one year (60 ECTS) is transferable to one of the Master of IT programs at ITU - can be awarded a four-year scholarship.
Appointment and salary will be in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). Applicants must document that they will be able to fulfill the admission requirements before entering the PhD program.
Applications are preferred in English, though Danish would be accepted. It is the responsibility of the applicant that documentation such as diplomas or recommendations are either in English or Danish.
One scholarship within Formal Semantics and Types for Mobile Adaptive Business Processes ref. no. 225-0026:
The successful applicant will be an excellent student capable of conducting research, under supervision, at the highest international level. Applicants are expected to have an MSc (or having completed 4 years of studies towards a MSc) in Computer Science, Engineering or Mathematics and in particular have experience in one or more of the areas of type theory, formal semantics, process calculi, bigraphs, graph rewriting, concurrency theory and implementation of research-based software systems.
The PhD scholarship runs for a period of three years (possibly four years if initiated prior to obtaining a MSc). In the evaluation of the applications emphasis will especially be put on grade average, prior academic performance, collaborative skills and the ability to make a realistic and promising work plan for the project.
One scholarship within Computer Supported Mobile Work ref. no. 225-0027:
The successful applicant will be an excellent student capable of conducting research, under supervision, at the highest international level. Applicants are expected to have a solid background in a relevant field such as Social Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, or the Humanities, and in particular have experience in one or more of the areas of computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW), distributed computing, or mobile and pervasive computing. Applicants with experience with ethnographic field work in work settings or other kinds of qualitative studies will be preferred.
The PhD scholarship runs for a period of three years (possibly four years if initiated prior to obtaining a MSc). In the evaluation of the applications emphasis will especially be put on grade average and the ability to make a realistic and promising work plan for the project.
For more information on this project you may contact Associate Professor Thomas Hildebrandt at
The application must include:
- Completed application form available on our website: www1.itu.dk/sw38325.asp
- Letter of motivation
- Project description (see guidelines on our website)
- Documentation of previous studies; diplomas etc.
- Brief CV
- Copies of theses or up to 3 selected publications and a numbered list of all publications if any All application material, including all enclosures (see above points 1-6), must be assembled in a manner that makes it easy to copy, i.e. A4 format and unstapled.
The application in 1 copy including enclosures marked with the above mentioned ref. no. must be submitted to:
IT-Universitetet i København
Rued Langgaards Vej
72300 KBH. S.
You may also submit your application electronically (one file per person) in pdf-format to journalen@itu. dk3. Please note that applications sent to any other email address will not be taken into consideration.
Application deadline: 7 May 2007 at 12.00 noon.
The IT University invites all qualified candidates irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation or ethnic background to apply for the scholarships.
Funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand, the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships(NZIDRS) are a significant educational opportunity.
World Class Opportunity
New Zealand institutions provide the opportunity to study under internationally recognised academics and researchers in a wide range of disciplines. Qualifications attained from a New Zealand university rank with the best internationally. New Zealand degrees have a reputation globally for being practical, modern and desirable. In some niche areas, such as biotechnology, forensic science and marine engineering, New Zealand degrees are acknowledged as world-leading. Students educated in the New Zealand education environment are earning a reputation as a new breed of innovative thinkers and are enjoying success the world over.
Entitlements under the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships are as follows:
- Full tuition fees for three (3) years of full-time doctoral study
- NZ$18,000 per annum living allowance (NZ$1500 per month)
- Up to NZ$600 per annum health insurance allowance
- NZ$2000 (across 3 year tenure) travel allowance. This is intended to be used for conference attendance and field research
- NZ$800 (across 3 year tenure) book and thesis allowance
- NZ$500 One-off establishment allowance. Only to be paid to those students who are travelling to NZ specifically to take up the NZIDRS. No student already located in NZ is eligible to receive this amount
- Additional funds are not available to support accompanying dependants
Please note :
- The New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS) are open to all International Students meeting the eligibility criteria.
- Prospective candidates are advised to start corresponding with academics in the relevant departments of New Zealand universities regarding the availability of appropriate supervision well in advance of submitting their application papers. Evidence that supervision is available is required as a part of the NZIDRS application process. Please see the 'NZIDRS Terms & Conditions' for further information.
In 2007, NZIDRS Applications will be accepted until 5pm on Monday the 16th of July (NZ Time).
No applications will be considered by the Selection Panel if they arrive after the stated close date.
Should you have any questions regarding the New Zealand International Docotral Research Scholarships, please contact the Education New Zealand Scholarships Manager at
The Commonwealth Government of Australia provides funding for a limited number of Carnegie Mellon UniversityAusAID Scholarships to eligible applicants for the following Masters level programs in Adelaide:
- Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM)
- Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT)
An innovative and distinguished graduate program that prepares students to advance the public interest by developing exceptional analytic, quantitative and technical skills.
2. Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT)
A unique graduate program offering a mix of technology, management and strategy courses to provide students with an understanding of information technology from both operational and strategic perspectives.
The programs are delivered in three semesters over 12 months, full time. Scholarship recipients will gain knowledge and skills that they can apply to the development of their home country upon completion of their study. Scholarships include full tuition, return economy airfares, a contribution to living expenses and basic medical insurance.
Scholarship applicants must meet AusAID’s eligibility criteria and the minimum requirements for admission to Carnegie Mellon University:
- A Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of relevant professional experience
- A current Academic IELTS test score which meets the University’s minimum requirements (6.5 overall or higher) or equivalent TOEFL.
Information about the scholarships and degree programs can be found on the website or by contacting
Applications close 30 May 2007.
Students of the BGSE who have a paper accepted at a conference are provided with travel funds if the attendance of the conference is endorsed by the supervisor. Similar funds are available to attend summer schools.
The BGSE does not raise tuition. Yet most students register with the University of Bonn as a doctoral student. Registration costs are approximately € 150 per term, including a seasonal ticket for public transportation.
Outstanding (top 10%) students with a university degree in economics or related fields, such as mathematics, statistics, business administration, accounting, and finance, are encouraged to apply for admission to the BGSE. Successful applicants who already hold a Master degree (or equivalent) are admitted as doctoral students of the Economics Department of Bonn University; applicants who only hold a Bachelor join the BGSE as students of the Master in Economics offered by the Department and transfer to doctoral status upon successful completion of the course work required for the Master degree.
The application requires a form that must be filled in online as well as a short curriculum vitae, academic transcripts and two confidential letters (formless) of recommendation from academic teachers that must be sent by ordinary mail to the following address:
Prof. Urs Schweizer
University of Bonn
D-53113 Bonn, Germany
Applicants who have taken the GRE or the TOEFL should include a copy of their test scores with their application. Applications must arrive by May 15 for entry into the program starting the following October.
The material submitted cannot be returned to the applicant. Applicants will learn the decision of the admission committee by June 15.
For more details open:
Applications for the Graduate School studentships are currently being sought from students who intend to undertake research in one of the following Schools:
School of Humanities
School of Law
School of Physical Sciences & Engineering
School of Social Sciences & Public Policy
Level of Award
Each studentship will cover tuition fees at home/EU level and provide an annual stipend (£14600 approx. for 2007/08) for up to three years subject to satisfactory progress.
These studentships are open to home, EU and international students. Existing research students are not eligible to apply. In order to be eligible applicants must:
-intend to register for a full-time MPhil/PhD research degree programme only at King's
-have commenced the admissions application process to one of the above Schools
-be due to commence a MPhil/PhD research degree programme during 2007/08
-complete and submit a Graduate School studentship application form by the required deadline
Candidates should complete the Graduate School Studentship application form (Word or pdf format) and return it to the Graduate School Support Office by 1 May 2007. This deadline is absolute; any applications received after this deadline will not be considered.
All candidates must have commenced their admissions application process before submitting a studentship applicatiion
Candidates are ordinarily expected to have applied for relevant Research Council funding through King's where possible/appropriate (this does not apply to international students); please contact the relevant School Office to discuss this further.
All applications received will be acknowledged and candidates will be notified of the College's decision, following the selection process undertaken at both School and College level, by mid June 2007.
If you wish to undertake your research within one of the following Schools within King's, Medicine, Nursing & Midwifery, Dental instittute or Biomedical & Health Sciences, please contact these Schools directly for further information regarding Graduate School studentship funding.
For general information about these studentships and other funding opportunities please email the Graduate School.
Graduate School Support Office
King's College London
7.38 James Clerk Maxwell Building
London SE1 8WA
Tel: 020 7848 3376/3389
Fax: 020 7848 3366