Apply For Postgraduate Fellowships at University of Notre Dame in USA, 2017-2018

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Deadline: October 15, 2016.

The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) is offering graduate fellowships for the academic year 2017-2018. Both US and international students can apply for these fellowships.

The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) is dedicated to fostering and supporting integrative scholarship addressing ultimate questions at the intersection of the arts, engineering, humanities, law, and formal, natural, and social sciences, especially those that transcend disciplinary boundaries.

The Institute supports research that is directed toward or extends the inquiry to include, ultimate questions and questions of value, especially as they engage the Catholic intellectual tradition.

Course Level: Fellowships are available to graduate students for pursuing the research program.

Study Subject: Fellowships are awarded to study the subjects offered at Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS).

Scholarship Award: Graduate fellowships range up to a maximum of $25,000 (gross amount) and include a $1,000 research account, office facilities in the Institute, a computer and printer, access to University libraries and other facilities, and twice-weekly Institute seminars and other events.

Scholarship can be taken in the USA

Eligibility: The Institute welcomes applications from graduate students in all disciplines, including the arts, engineering, the humanities, law, and the formal, natural, and social sciences with projects that are creative, innovative, or align with the intellectual orientation of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study. Graduate students from all institutions are invited to apply. The Institute seeks applicants with:

  • excellent records of scholarly, artistic, or research accomplishment in their field(s);
  • projects that touch on normative, integrative, or ultimate questions, especially as they engage the Catholic intellectual tradition;
  • projects characterized by clarity of thought, coherence, and impact;
  • the ability to interact with other fellows and to engage in collegial discussions of research presentations; and
  • a willingness to contribute to a cooperative community of scholars.

One goal of the fellowship selection process is the creation of a diverse and collaborative community of scholars. Applicants who are members of traditionally under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. There are no citizenship requirements for fellowships; non-U.S. nationals are welcome to apply.

Nationality: The US and international students can apply for Graduate Fellowships.

How to apply: Applications for the 2017-2018 Fellowships at the NDIAS must be submitted online. The application is comprised of the following:

  • Completed online application form;
  • Current curriculum vitae (no more than four pages);
  • Proposal abstract (no more than 400 words);
  • Fellowship research proposal (no more than six pages, double-spaced);
  • Proposal bibliography (no more than two pages, single-spaced);
  • (Optional) up to two pages of non-text materials supporting the research proposal;
  • (Optional) cover letter; and
  • Three letters of reference (please see note on professional reference letter requirements).

Application Form

Application Deadline: The application deadline is October 15, 2016.

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Boston University USA Scholarships for US and International Students, 2017

 

Deadline: December 1, 2016

Boston University is offering 20 scholarships for the US and international students. A Trustee Scholarship covers full undergraduate tuition plus the University orientation and mandatory undergraduate student fees and is renewable for four years if certain criteria are met.

Boston University’s most prestigious merit-based award recognizes students who show outstanding academic and leadership abilities.

Boston University is a private research university located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The university is nonsectarian but is historically affiliated with the United Methodist Church.

Applicants from outside the home country(USA) will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.

Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing the undergraduate degree program at Boston University in the USA.

Study Subject: Scholarships are provided to learn any of the courses offered by the Boston University in the USA.

Scholarship Award: A Trustee Scholarship covers full undergraduate tuition plus the University orientation and mandatory undergraduate student fees and is renewable for four years if certain criteria are met.

Scholarship can be taken in the USA

Eligibility: 

  • Boston University welcomes about 20 outstanding students to the Trustee Scholars Program. Many of our current Scholars had perfect 4.0-grade point averages in high school and typically ranked in the top 5–10% of their class.
  • In addition to exceptional academic credentials, Trustee Scholars are intellectually and creatively adventurous and demonstrate viewpoints, experiences or achievements beyond the usual. They are, in other words, not just top students, but extraordinary people. At BU, scholars also become part of a unique campus community that offers many intellectual, cultural, and social opportunities.
  • While the competition is especially rigorous, the benefits are considerable. A Trustee Scholarship covers full undergraduate tuition plus the University orientation and mandatory undergraduate student fees and is renewable for four years if certain criteria are met.

Nationality: The US and international applicants are eligible to apply.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have their previous degree.

Test Requirement: No

English Language Requirements: Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.

How to Apply: To be considered for a Trustee Scholarship:

  • Submit the Common Application and all required materials for admission to one of the undergraduate degree programs at Boston University by December 1.
  • Boston University Trustee Scholars are encouraged to develop well-informed and well-reasoned views on important political, social, and artistic issues. We select students who have a sense of how to present persuasive arguments in support of their views. With that in mind, please select one of the questions below and respond with an essay explaining your perspective in 600 words or less. Please complete your essay on the Common Application as part of your application to Boston University.
    -Building on recent successes in DNA research–including genetically modified crops, the creation of insulin within genetically modified cells, and the sequencing of the human genome–scientists have begun discussions about the fabrication of all DNA present in human chromosomes. Some foresee dramatic breakthroughs for humankind, while others worry that the knowledge would give parents the ability to select the traits of their offspring and perhaps allow for the creation of humans without biological parents. There is widespread agreement that the research touches ethical as well as scientific questions.
    In your view, do the potential benefits outweigh its risks?  If so, how should its risks be addressed?
    -Several countries are now developing prototypes for “robot weapons,” which will have the capacity to locate targets and launch strikes without human intervention. Supporters say this is a logical and necessary step, given the growing technological sophistication of warfare. Critics contend, on both moral and strategic grounds, that humans must be directly involved whenever lethal force is used.
    Do you think the potential use of such weapons should be pursued?  Why?
    -The German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote: “One cannot escape the world more certainly than through art, and one cannot bind oneself to it more certainly than through art.”
    With extended reference to one novel, poem, play, piece of music, or work of art, please discuss what you believe this sentence to mean.
  • In addition, please submit a short essay of no more than 300 words, to the statement below:
    “Something that’s not on the resume”
    Give us a glimpse of a passion, dream, or mental pursuit that absorbs and delights you.

Application Deadline: The application deadline is December 1, 2016.

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Postgraduate Study at Harvard University with Academy Scholars Program for 2016/17

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Deadline: October 1, 2016

The Academy Scholars Program identifies and supports outstanding scholars at the start of their careers whose work combines disciplinary excellence in the social sciences (including history and law) with a command of the language, history, or culture of non-Western countries or regions. Their scholarship may elucidate domestic, comparative, or transnational issues, past or present.

The Academy Scholars are a select community of individuals with resourcefulness, initiative, curiosity, and originality, whose work in non-Western cultures or regions shows promise as a foundation for exceptional careers in major universities or international institutions.

Academy Scholars are appointed for two years by The Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies and are provided time, guidance, and access to Harvard University facilities. They receive substantial financial and research assistance to undertake sustained projects of research and/or acquire accessory training in their chosen fields and areas. The Senior Scholars, a distinguished group of senior Harvard University faculty members, act as mentors to the Academy Scholars to help them achieve their intellectual potential.

This program is open to all recent PhD recipients and doctoral candidates.

 Eligibility Requirements:

The Academy Scholars Program is open to scholars from all countries and citizenships.

We consider applicants who are already enrolled in or who have recently completed a PhD or equivalent doctoral program in the social sciences. Predoctoral candidates must have finished all field research and be in the writing stage of their dissertation at the time of application. If you have completed a PhD program, the PhD completion date must be within three years of our October 1 application deadline.

Worth:

Each year four to five Academy Scholars are named for two-year appointments. Academy Scholars are expected to reside in the Cambridge/Boston area for the duration of their appointments unless traveling for pre-approved research purposes.

Postdoctoral Academy Scholars will receive an annual stipend of $67,000, and predoctoral Academy Scholars will receive an annual stipend of $31,000. This stipend is supplemented by funding for conference and research travel, research assistants, and health insurance coverage. Some teaching is permitted but not required.

Applications are welcome from qualified persons without regard to nationality, gender, or race

Application Procedure

All application materials need to arrive by the deadline of October 1. We do not accept late applications.

The completed application will include:

  1. Cover letter
  2. Curriculum vitae (CV) or resumé
  3. Research proposal (2500 word maximum)
  4. Official PhD program transcript
  5. Three letters of recommendation (uploaded through the online application)

Letters should be addressed to the “Selection Committee.”
Letters of recommendation need to arrive by the deadline of October 1.

The online application is accessed through the homepage of The Harvard Academy’s website. All parts of the application are submitted online.

Questions should be emailed to:
applicationinquiries@wcfia.harvard.edu

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MBA Scholarships for International Students at New York University Stern in USA, 2017

 

Deadline: October 15, 2017
New York University Stern is offering merit-based scholarships for domestic and international students. These scholarships are available to pursuing full-time MBA program.

The New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business is one of the oldest and most prestigious business schools in the world. It is also a founding member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

All applicants whose native language is not English and who have not received a university degree in an English-speaking country must take the IELTS  or the TOEFL.

Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing full-time MBA program.

Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the area of business administration.

Scholarship Award: Awards range from partial tuition to full tuition and fees. All applicants (domestic and international) are considered for merit-based scholarships. No additional materials are required to be considered. Scholarship decisions are made at the time of admission and are included in your official emailed admission letter. All scholarship decisions are final. Below are the Stern merit-based scholarships awarded to incoming Full-time MBA students:

  • Dean’s Scholarship: The Dean’s Scholarship is one of Stern’s most prestigious scholarships and is awarded to a limited number of some of our most meritorious admitted students. This full tuition scholarship is presented in the name of Dean Peter Blair Henry and affords the opportunity to connect directly with Dean Henry.
  • Named Faculty Scholarship: The Named Faculty Scholarship is designed to pair some of our most meritorious students with some of Stern’s most distinguished and prestigious faculty. This full tuition scholarship matches admitted students based on their background and interests with a designated faculty member in that field. Named faculty scholars have the opportunity to develop close ties to their designated faculty members through informal interactions. This past year, 12 faculty members were selected with the honor of participation: Bruce Buchanan, Aswath Damodaran, Rob Engle, Scott Galloway, Alvin Lieberman, Sonia Marciano, Elizabeth Morrison, Glenn Okun, Priya Raghubir, Michael Spence, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, and Batia Wiesenfeld.
  • Consortium Fellowship: (a full tuition fellowship awarded in conjunction with a partner organization) – The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management seeks to enhance the representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in business education and management. U.S. citizens and permanent residents from these underrepresented groups, as well as other people who can demonstrate a commitment to the Consortium’s mission, are eligible. Applicants must apply to NYU Stern through the Consortium application to be considered for this full tuition fellowship.
  • Military Veterans Scholarship: This full tuition scholarship includes a small stipend and the scholarship is awarded to meritorious U.S. Military Veterans who have also exemplified leadership, honour and service. This award is supported by an anonymous donor with matching funds supplied by the Stern School.
  • Stern Scholarship: This one-year scholarship covers full tuition for the first year of study and is awarded to admitted students showing strong merit. This scholarship is awarded for the first year of the program only.
  • Community Scholarship: This one-year $10,000 scholarship is awarded to a select group of admitted students who demonstrate exceptional interpersonal skills and the potential to be strong contributors to the Stern community. This scholarship is awarded for the first year of the program only.
  • Forté Fellowship: (awarded in conjunction with a partner organization)- The Forté Foundation is a consortium of major corporations, top business schools and influential nonprofit organizations dedicated to educating and advancing women in business. Stern designates Forté Fellows at the time of admission to exceptional women candidates who are also receiving a merit-based scholarship.

Scholarship can be taken in the USA

Eligibility: Students entering Stern’s MBA program are required to hold a four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the U.S. or an equivalent degree from a foreign country.

Nationality: Both domestic and international students can apply for these scholarships.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: Students entering Stern’s MBA program are required to hold a four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the U.S. or an equivalent degree from a foreign country.

Test Requirement: Before submitting an application, students must take the GMAT, administered by Pearson VUE, or the GRE, administered by Educational Testing Services. Stern’s GMAT reporting code for the Full-time program is 5TF-HW-35. Stern’s GRE reporting code for the Full-time program is 4455.

English Language Requirement: All applicants whose native language is not English and who have not received a university degree in an English-speaking country must take the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).

How to Apply: Applicants must apply via Stern online application. Use this Application Checklist to ensure students have accounted for all components in the Stern online application. Application Checklist:

  • Standardized Tests – GMAT or GRE (and TOEFL or IELTS if required)
  • Transcripts and Degrees – scanned or self-reported unofficial transcripts
  • Professional Information – résumé and work history
  • Essays
  • Recommendations (one from current supervisor or explanation)
  • International Student Supplement (if applicable)
  • Non-refundable Application Fee

Application Form

Application Deadline: The application deadlines are:
1st Deadline: October 15, 2017
2nd Deadline: November 15, 2017
3rd Deadline: January 15, 2017
4th Deadline: March 15, 2017

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Study In USA with Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship for African students, 2016

 

Deadline: 15 June, 2016

Applications are invited for Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship from African students who have completed or be in the final year of completing, their university studies. Up to eight fellowships are award annually. Fellowship pays for tuition and associated fees
(approximately US $145,000). Within two years of graduation from Stanford GSB, Stanford Africa MBA Fellows are required to return to Africa to work for at least two years in a professional role that contributes to the continent’s development.

Eligibility and Requirements

Stanford Africa MBA Fellows must first be selected as finalists through the fellowship application process. Stanford will select up to 100 Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship finalists based on:

If you are not selected as a Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship finalist, you remain welcome to apply to the Stanford MBA Program in any application round and you will remain eligible to receive other forms of financial aid.

Merit

We evaluate three criteria when considering candidates for both the Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship and the MBA Program: intellectual vitality, demonstrated leadership potential, and personal qualities and contributions that will add to the class. To learn more about the requirements and qualities we seek in candidates in the Admission section of our website.

Commitment to Developing Africa

You must be a citizen of an African country. Dual citizens are eligible for the fellowship as long as you hold citizenship of an African nation. Residents of an African country who do not have citizenship belonging to an African country are ineligible at this time.

You must have completed, or be in the final year of completing, your university studies. If you studied at an undergraduate or graduate institution in Africa, we especially encourage you to consider applying for the Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship Program. African citizens who studied in countries outside of Africa are also eligible for the fellowship.

Stanford Africa MBA Fellows must return to work in Africa, within two years of Stanford MBA graduation, for a period of at least two years. Stanford MBA students pursue a wide variety of careers after graduation. As a Stanford Africa MBA Fellow, you will devote the management and leadership skills learned at Stanford to developing the African economy. As such, we expect Stanford Africa MBA Fellows to work for African organizations with significant operations and impact in the region. Please read our Frequently Asked Questions below for more information.

Financial Need

Stanford will determine your financial need based on personal financial information you submit in the Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship application. After you are selected as a finalist and admitted to the MBA Program, you will complete Stanford’s financial aid application process, which requires information about your assets and income, including copies of your tax returns. For more information visit the Financial Aid section of our website.

Application Requirements

Read this information carefully, as requirements to apply to this fellowship differ from the requirements for the Stanford MBA Program application.

Application Process

Apply to the Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship Program
(15 June 2016)
You will be asked to provide:
Educational history

  • Official transcripts are not considered at this stage. Finalists will be required to submit an unofficial copy of your transcripts in the MBA Application and will submit official copies upon admission to the MBA Program.
  • You may also submit the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and/or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), if available. These are optional at the fellowship application stage. If you are selected as a finalist, you’ll be required to take one of these exams as part of your application to the Stanford MBA Program.

Awards and honors (academic, professional, or personal)
Employment history

  • Letters of recommendation are not considered at this stage. Finalists will be required to submit two Letters of Recommendation in the MBA Application.

One-page resume or curriculum vitae (CV)
250-word essay addressing how you plan to make an impact in Africa
Individual financial information

2. Finalists notified
(7 July 2016)
Up to 100 finalists will be selected for the Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship.

3. Finalists apply to Stanford MBA Program
(Round 1, 21 September 2016 or Round 2, 10 January 2017)
Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship finalists must apply to the Stanford MBA Program in either round one or round two to be eligible for the fellowship. However, we strongly encourage you to apply in round one. Over the last few years, the number of applications we receive in round two has increased, making it more competitive. Submitting in round one also gives you more time to prepare and plan for the program, including completing the visa application process.

Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship finalists must submit the Stanford MBA Program application, including GMAT or GRE scores, and if applicable, one of the English language tests (IELTS, PTE, or TOEFL). Finalists may request up to one voucher to cover the cost of either the GMAT or GRE test. The MBA application fee will be waived for finalists.

4. Receive an offer of admission
(December 2016 or March 2017)

Stanford GSB will select up to eight Stanford Africa MBA Fellows each year from among the finalists.

5. Enroll in two-year Stanford MBA Program
(September 2017)

6. Successfully complete the two-year Stanford MBA Program
(June 2019)

7. Within two years of graduation from the Stanford MBA Program, return to Africa
(June 2021)

Work in Africa – in a business, government, or non-profit organization – for at least two consecutive years.

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Oprah Winfrey Foundation African Public Service Fellowship In USA, 2016

 

Deadline: December 15, 2016
The African Women Public Service Fellowship program offers postgraduate master and executive master level support to eligible women from Africa. The fellowship expands the opportunity and makes it possible for these women to attend the New York University Wagner Institution, which offers an exceptional program to help women expand their Public Service in their home countries. 

The programme was made possible by a donation from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

The New York University Wagner Institution announces a call for applications for the African Women Public Service Fellowship.

Course(s) Offered: Public service & related fields
Course Level: Graduate (masters fellowships)
Provider: Oprah Winfrey Foundation
Country to Study in: USA

Eligibility
To qualify for the fellowship, prospective applicants must meet the general admissions criteria:

  1. Be an African woman residing in an African country at the time of application
  2. Pay the non-refundable application fee is $85 (see official website via link below to learn how you may bypass this fee)
  3. Submit one or more recommendations
  4. Give a personal interview
  5. Have work or volunteer experience

It is very important to note that ALL applicants must commit to return to their respective home countries at the conclusion of the program with the goal of assuming a leadership position on the continent where they can meaningfully contribute to the challenges currently confronting Africa.

For more information or to request an NYU Wagner viewbook, visit the admissions page.

Selection Criteria:
NYU Wagner’s admissions committee pays particular attention to applications from women who possess strong academic records; who have a demonstrated commitment to public service; and for whom a Wagner education would significantly enhance their ability to have a deep and lasting impact on public service issues in their home country and region.

Eligible groups
Citizens of ALL African countries.

Participating Institution(s)
Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, New York (NY); United States

Fields of study
Master level courses in Public service – applicants study in one of two graduate programs: the Master of Public Administration or the Executive MPA: Concentration on International Public Service Organizations. For more see the MPA or the Executive MPA.

Number of awards
Not specified by sponsors

Sponsorship duration
The MPA is a two-year program; while the Executive MPA is for one-year

Scholarship Benefits
The awards for either program will support tuition, housing, travel to and from the United States and a small stipend to cover books and miscellaneous expenses.

Method of Application
Are you a woman? Are you eligible? If you are, then you may apply. NYU offers a Web-basedapplication to make your application process as easy and convenient as possible. NYU does not accept paper applications.

Admissions at NYU is conducted on a deadline-driven timetable. Once an application is submitted, it will be reviewed for completeness and forwarded to the Admissions Committee for review. All applications are reviewed as is, however applications that are missing materials are at a profound disadvantage. Before submitting the online application, all transcripts should be scanned and uploaded into the online application. Transcripts submitted after the application deadline will not be accepted. Failure to complete this requirement may result in withdrawal of an application.

It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) for detailed information on how to apply to this fellowship.

DEADLINES:
Online applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time on the day of the deadline. Any mailed application material must be postmarked by the deadline date.

Deadlines for Fall 2016 Masters, Non-degree and Certificate applications: December 15, 2015(early), March 1, 2016 (regular), May 1, 2016 (final). Deadlines for Fall 2016 Executive program applications: May 1, 2016 (early) and December 15, 2016 (final).

PLEASE NOTE:
The Admissions Committee begins reviewing Fall applications in December of the prior year. Spring application review begins in September of the prior fall. Master’s applicants receive a decision by e-mail according to the Notification Timetable. NYU Wagner will continue to accept applications after the deadline on a space available basis.

International applicants are automatically considered for all merit-based scholarships.
There are no special forms or applications to fill out to be considered for the African Women Public Service Fellowship. You will automatically be considered for all scholarships, including the African Women Public Service Fellowship.

For priority admission and merit aid consideration you should submit your application as early as possible. International candidates are encouraged to apply early so that they will have enough time to arrange for a visa, which can be very time-consuming and involve detailed documentation and interviews.

Application Deadline: 15 December 2016
Open to International Applicants: Yes

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Susan R. Meisinger Graduate Study Fellowship for Overseas Students, 2016

 

Deadline: 15 August, 2016

Applications are invited for graduate fellowship to pursue master program in Human Resources at an accredited university within or outside of the United States. International students can apply for the fellowship.

The main objective of the SHRM is to provide high quality, comprehensive educational and training opportunities that are compatible to changing needs of the students.

SHRM is a preeminent and globally recognized authority whose leadership, perspective, resources and expertise are sought and utilized to address the most pressing, current and emerging human resource management issues. SHRM provides education, thought leadership, certification, community and advocacy to enhance the practice of human resource management and the effectiveness of HR professionals in the organizations and communities they serve.

Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.

Course Level: The fellowship is available for pursuing master degree at an accredited university with an equal commitment to both teaching and research.

Study Subject: The fellowship is offered to study master program in Human Resources.

Scholarship Award: At least one new fellowship of up to $10,000 annually will be granted each year if qualified applications are received. Each fellowship is renewable for one additional year for a total of two years of graduate study and up to $20,000 total for the fellowship, as long as the recipient remains enrolled in the original degree program cited in the application.

Scholarship can be taken at: USA and Abroad

Eligibility: The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for this fellowship:
-The fellowship is open to all eligible first-time master’s degree students attending accredited universities all across the world; it is not limited to U.S.-based students. To be eligible to apply, any HR professional must be a first-time master’s student seeking a degree in HR and must meet at least one of the following criteria:
-Be a member of SHRM or
-Hold a professional certification (e.g., SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP).
-Note: Individuals who already hold a master’s degree, regardless of the field in which they earned a master’s degree, are not eligible to apply for this fellowship. The fellowship is for individuals seeking their first master’s degree, in HR, who are starting studies this year or who have at least two years of study left in the master’s program. Ph.D. candidates are not eligible to apply for the fellowship.
-Candidates must meet all of the following eligibility requirements:
-Earned a minimum GPA of 3.5 overall in his or her undergraduate major and current master’s program (if already enrolled) based on a 4-point grading scale or any scale analogous to a 4- point grading scale.
-Has a minimum of five years of work experience in HR.
-Has a minimum of 10 years of total professional work experience.
-Has been accepted into a qualified master’s program (see question 15 for definition of a qualified program) within or outside of the United States seeking an HR-related master’s degree for the first time, or is already enrolled in such program and has a minimum of two years of study remaining in an HR-related master’s degree program.

Nationality: International students can apply for the fellowship.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirements: Applicants must earned a minimum GPA of 3.5 overall in his or her undergraduate major and current master’s program (if already enrolled) based on a 4-point grading scale or any scale analogous to a 4- point grading scale.

English language Requirements: Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.

Supporting Material: Before sending, use this application checklist to ensure all attachments to the application form are included:
-Cover letter
-Application form
-Essay
-Current resume or curriculum vitae
-A minimum of two, current reference letters that address their qualifications for the fellowship
-Official or unofficial copy of transcript(s)
-Documentation to show they have been accepted to a qualified, accredited university for master’s study in HR

How to Apply: Applicants have submit one hard copy of their application package with a cover letter by post.

Application Form

Application Deadline: All required materials must be submitted together in one package. Applications will not be returned. Completed applications must be received by Monday, August 15, 2016. All applicants will be notified of results via mail by the first week of October.

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Hurford Youth Fellowship Program in USA For Youths Worldwide, 2016

 

Deadline: 18 May 2016.

The World Youth Movement for Democracy (WYMD) is a network that aims to support the development of sustainable democracy movements by empowering the next generation of democracy activists. Opens for applications for fellowship for a period of four months from fellows from around the world.

A working knowledge of English is an important prerequisite for participation in the program for general communication purposes. All application materials must be submitted in English.

Course Level: This is four months fellowship programme. Fellows are expected to work full-time on their fellowship projects at the NED office in Washington, D.C.

Study Subject: During 4 months, each fellow will have the opportunity to build their leadership skills and contribute to the development of the world youth movement for democracy.

Worth of Award

  • Each fellow will receive a monthly stipend for living expenses, plus basic health insurance and roundtrip travel to and from Washington, D.C.
  • Stipends take into account the cost of living in Washington, D.C.
  • Fellows are provided with a fully equipped office, including Internet and email access, and a limited budget for fellowship-related long-distance phone calls.

Scholarship can be taken at: USA

Eligibility

 To be eligible for an Academy Stavros Niarchos Foundation Fellowship, candidates must:
Applicants interested in the Hurford Youth Fellows Program must be no older than 30 years of age. They must demonstrate strong interest in democratic activism and in the advancement of democracy in their respective communities, as well as worldwide. Youth affiliated with civil society organizations are especially encouraged to apply. Please Note: The Hurford Youth Fellows Program is open to applicants from any country. It does not provide scholarship funds or any other type of financial aid to university or graduate students, nor is it designed to support postdoctoral research. The program is not an educational program offering academic courses leading toward a degree. In addition, it does not provide financial support to those seeking to complete professional training programs, attend conferences, or pursue internships at other organizations.

How to Apply

The mode of application is online.

Nationality: Fellows from around the world are eligible to apply for this fellowship programme.

Supporting Material: Applicants are asked to submit the following:
– Applicant Form;
– C.V./Resume;
– Two Letters of Recommendation
-All application materials should be uploaded to the online application

Deadline: All application materials must be submitted by 18 May 2016.

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Study in USA with Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship for Sub-Saharan Africa Students, 2016/2017

 

Deadline: deadlines vary by country – 1 June every year for some countries.

Eligible Countries: African countriesSee embassy websites for specific details about the eligible Sub-Saharan African countries

To be taken at (country): USA institutions

Eligible Field of Study

Agricultural and Rural Development, Communications/Journalism, Economic Development, Educational Administration, Planning and Policy, Finance and Banking, Higher Education Administration, HIV/AIDS Policy and Prevention, Human Resource Management, Law and Human Rights, Natural Resources, Environmental Policy, and Climate Change, Public Health Policy and Management, Public Policy Analysis and Public Administration. Substance Abuse Education, Treatment and Prevention, Teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Technology Policy and Management, Trafficking in Persons Policy and Prevention, Urban and Regional Planning

About Scholarship

The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program is a non-degree program for experienced professionals interested in strengthening their leadership skills through a mutual exchange of knowledge and understanding about issues of common concern in the U.S. and the Fellows’ home countries. As a non-degree program, the Fellowship offers valuable opportunities for professional development through selected university courses, attending conferences, networking, and practical work experiences. If you are interested in broadening your perspectives and becoming a global leader, the Humphrey Fellowship is for you.

During the year, Fellows pursue both their individual program goals and work closely with their Humphrey colleagues in workshops and seminars. Unlike a typical graduate school experience, the Program encourages Fellows to travel away from their host campus to learn more about American culture and to network with their American peers.

Scholarship Type: non-degree fellowship

Selection Criteria and Eligibility

To apply for this scholarship program, applicants must possess;

  • An undergraduate (first university or Bachelor’s) degree
  • a minimum of five years of full-time, professional experience
  • limited or no prior experience in the United States
  • demonstrated leadership qualities
  • a record of public service in the community
  • English language ability.

Number of Scholarships: not specified

Value of Scholarship: The Fellowship provides for:

  • Payment of tuition and fees at the assigned host university;
  • Pre-academic English language training, if required;
  • A maintenance (living) allowance, including a one-time settling-in allowance;
  • Accident and sickness coverage;
  • A book allowance;
  • A one-time computer subsidy;
  • Air travel (international travel to and from the U.S. for the Program and domestic travel to required program events);
  • A Professional Development allowance for professional activities, such as field trips, professional visits and conferences.

Duration of Scholarship: not specified

Deadline: deadlines vary by country. The nominating U.S. Embassy or Binational Fulbright Commission will advise you of its internal deadline for receiving applications. For example the deadline for Nigerian applicants is 1 June every year.

Embassies and Commissions must submit their nominations to the Institute of International Education office in Washington, DC by October 1.

How to Apply

Please contact the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy or Binational Fulbright Commission in your country for more information about application procedures and deadlines.

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Study in The USA!! East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Scholarships For B.Sc & M.Sc Students

 

Application Deadline: 1 July / 1 October 2016

Participating Institutions
East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee; USA

East Tennessee State University, ETSU, offers merit scholarships, the International Students Academic Merit Scholarship, to international students.

The International Students Academic Merit Scholarship is open to new international students seeking a graduate or undergraduate degree at the university.

The scholarship only applies to in and out-of-state tuition and maintenance fees. No additional fees or costs are covered.

Eligibility
Students are encouraged to apply as soon as they are admitted to ETSU.

Applicants must:

  • Be admitted to ETSU as full-time, degree-seeking students.
  • Have or plan to have an F-1 or J-1 student visa
  • Have a demonstrated record of academic achievement
  • Submit a recommendation form
  • Fill out the scholarship application form.

Students who are NOT eligible:

  • Students continuing from an ETSU bachelor’s degree program to a second ETSU bachelor’s degree program
  • Graduate students receiving a graduate assistantship or tuition scholarship
  • Students receiving any other ETSU tuition scholarship
  • Students applying for the M.D. and Pharm. D. programs

Selection criteria:
Recipients must maintain full-time status.

Undergraduate recipients must maintain a 2.75 grade point average in order to continue receiving the scholarship. Graduate recipients must maintain a 3.0 GPA.

Recipients continuing from a bachelor’s to a master’s degree program must reapply for the scholarship.

Eligible groups
Citizens of ALL countries are eligible to apply.

Fields of study
All undergraduate level and postgraduate level fields of study are eligible

Number of awards
Not specified by the provider

Sponsorship duration
The award is available for:

  • Eight semesters for undergraduate recipients
  • Five semesters for recipients seeking a master’s degree, or commensurate with the length of the program.
  • Eight semesters for doctoral students, or commensurate with the length of the program (see ETSU graduate catalog).
  • Scholarship can be applied to summer semesters.

Undergraduate recipients must maintain a 2.75 grade point average in order to continue receiving the scholarship. Graduate recipients must maintain a 3.0 GPA.

Scholarship benefits
The scholarship covers 50 percent of the total of in and out-of-state tuition and maintenance fees only. No additional fees or costs are covered.

Recipients will be required to pay other fees such as program fees, course fees, housing costs, and medical insurance costs.

Method of Application
Scholarship applicants must apply for admission to ETSU before their scholarship applications can be reviewed. (Please see the admissions page).

Thereafter, you must: Submit a recommendation form AND Fill out the Scholarship Application Form. Completed applications, including letters of recommendation, need to be submitted by the deadline dates below.

It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) for complete information on this scholarship.

DEADLINES:
The deadline dates for submission of all applications and document are as follows:

  • Fall semester deadline: no later than July 1st
  • Spring semester deadline: no later than October 1st

PLEASE NOTE:
Applications received after the deadline will not be reviewed.

Students are encouraged to submit scholarship applications as soon as they are admitted to ETSU. An application cannot be reviewed until the applicant is admitted to the university.

The scholarship only applies to in and out-of-state tuition and maintenance fees. Recipients continuing from a bachelor’s to a master’s degree program must reapply for the scholarship.

Application Link

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Update!! New US Student Visa Rules To Study in America

 

International students now have the opportunity to work for three years after completing their education in United States.

 The United States federal government changed rules for non-immigrant student visas on Friday, saying that international students will now be eligible to stay for three years after finishing their degrees for training potentially leading to employment and later Green Card.

This makes United States one of the best countries to study abroad when compared to other countries, like United Kingdom, which does not offer employment opportunities to International Students after completing their degrees.

This opportunity will be available for students who will complete their degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

The new rule is seven months longer than old 17 month rule and will come in to effect on May 10, 2016. Extended time period will provide a successful transition from being an International Student to be an full-time American worker.

International students will have opportunity to try different jobs and discover how industry professionals across different sectors launched their careers in United States.

Here are some important points:

  • Only students who earned a degree from a school accredited by a U.S. Department of Education-recognized accrediting agency and certified by SEVP may apply for a STEM OPT extension.
  • Participating students who receive an additional qualifying degree from an accredited college or university can apply for a second STEM OPT extension.
  • Participating students can use a previously-earned qualifying degree to apply for a STEM OPT extension. The prior degree must not have already formed the basis of a STEM OPT extension and must be from a school that is both accredited by a U.S. Department of Education-recognized accrediting agency and certified by SEVP at the time of the student’s STEM OPT application. The student’s most recent degree must also be from an accredited and SEVP-certified institution.
  • Employers participating in STEM OPT must incorporate a formal training program that includes concrete learning objectives with proper oversight.
  • Employers and students must report material changes in their training program.
  • To guard against adverse effects on U.S. workers, terms and conditions of a student’s training opportunity – such as duties, hours, and compensation – must be on par with U.S. workers in similar positions in the same geographic area of employment. Additionally, the student must not replace a full-time, part-time, temporary or permanent U.S. worker.
  • Students must work a minimum of 20 hours per week per employer to qualify.
  • Students are permitted a limited period of unemployment during the initial period of post-completion OPT and the STEM OPT extension.
  • All STEM OPT employers must participate in DHS’ E-Verify program.

Three years is a long time and International Students will learn more about the American job market and gain valuable and practical tips on establishing a career in United State.

Most students find full-time job with a year after completing their degree and change their visa to H1-B, and later apply to Green-Card, which allows them to become American citizens.

Have a question? Ask our International Student Advisers, who have studied in United States, about their experiences during studying and working here.

Wishing you success!

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Norman E. Borlaug LEAP Fellowship Programme For Africans in the USA

 

Deadline: 6 April, 2016.

Location: USA

Applications are invited for Norman E. Borlaug LEAP (Leadership Enhancement in Agriculture Program) fellowships available for Sub-Saharan African students. Fellowships are available for conducting research in the field of agriculture and related disciplines.

To support this vision, USDA and USAID established the Norman E. Borlaug International Science and Technology Fellowship Program. The program was created to educate and train students, researchers, policymakers, scientists, and faculty members from developing countries, in the latest science and agricultural technologies.

The Borlaug LEAP offers fellowships to enhance the quality of thesis research of graduate students from developing countries who show strong promise as leaders in the field of agriculture and related disciplines. The program supports engaging a mentor at a US university and a CGIAR center.

Applicants must be fluent in reading, writing and speaking English. All semi-finalists must provide a TOEFL or IELTS score taken within the past year.  Only applicants enrolled at U.S. universities are exempt from this requirement. Minimum acceptable scores are: TOEFL, 550 (paper test); 80 (internet-based test). IELTS (academic modules), minimum of 7 on a 9-point scale.

Course Level: Fellowships are available for conducting research.

Study Subject: The Norman E. Borlaug Leadership Enhancement in Agriculture Program (Borlaug LEAP) awards fellowships to outstanding graduate students who show strong promise as leaders in the field of agriculture and related disciplines.  Fellowship is offered for conducting research on topics related to the US Government’s global hunger initiative — Feed the Future.  All topics related to agriculture (as defined by Title XII) and the Feed the Future initiative are admissible.

Scholarship Award: The award level is US$20,000 for a maximum of one year. The funds are administered as a grant to the US university mentor. Grant funds can be used to support a variety of research needs including student’s travel to the research site, research support at the CGIAR or US University, and US faculty member travel to the research site to mentor the student in collaboration with a CGIAR scientist.  Funds should not be used to pay tuition or salaries. The program supports internships for up to 12 months. Internships can be at the CGIAR, US graduate-level university or a combination of appropriate institutions. Students are encouraged to creatively plan an internship that best suits their educational needs and circumstances. A minimum of three months should be spent at any one location.

Eligibility: Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible to apply for this Fellowship:-
-An eligible candidate for a Borlaug LEAP fellowship must be:
-a citizen of a USAID-assisted country. Currently we are only accepting applications from citizens of USAID-assisted countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Applicants cannot hold citizenship or permanent residency in the US and/or any non-USAID assisted country. This includes applicants with dual citizenship.
-currently enrolled as an MS or PhD student at a US or sub-Saharan Africa developing country university. Candidates must maintain student status for the duration of the fellowship.
-fluent in reading, writing and speaking English. All semi-finalists must provide a TOEFL or IELTS score taken within the past year.  Only applicants enrolled at U.S. universities are exempt from this requirement.  Minimum acceptable scores are: TOEFL, 550 (paper test); 80 (internet-based test). IELTS (academic modules), minimum of 7 on a 9-point scale.
In addition, eligible candidates will have
-completed at least one year of graduate level course work in the graduate program the applicant is currently enrolled in with a US equivalent grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.
-a thesis-topic related to agricultural development and related fields. Title XII legislation broadly defines agriculture as:
“…the science and practice of activity related to food, feed, and fiber production, processing, marketing, distribution, utilization, and trade, and also includes family and consumer sciences, nutrition, food science and engineering, agricultural economics and other social sciences, forestry, wildlife, fisheries, aquaculture, floriculture, veterinary medicine, and other environmental and natural resources sciences.”
Successful candidates must:
-agree to return to their country of citizenship for a minimum of two years following graduation.
-remain enrolled as an MS or PhD student and have student status at their university for the duration of their fellowship.

Nationality: Citizens of Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Dem. Rep. Congo, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome/Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe can apply for these Borlaug fellowships.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirements: Applicants must be currently enrolled as an MS or PhD student at a US or sub-Saharan Africa developing country university. Candidates must maintain student status for the duration of the fellowship.

English language/ English Requirements: Applicants must be fluent in reading, writing and speaking English. All semi-finalists must provide a TOEFL or IELTS score taken within the past year. Only applicants enrolled at U.S. universities are exempt from this requirement. Minimum acceptable scores are: TOEFL, 550 (paper test); 80 (internet-based test). IELTS (academic modules), minimum of 7 on a 9-point scale.

Supporting Material: A complete application consists of, in this order, in PDF format:
-Applicant’s Information
-Project Title
-Seven-part Essay
-US Mentor Application
-US Mentor Reference Letter
-CGIAR Mentor Application
-CGIAR Reference Letter
-Developing Country Reference Letter
-Budget Form
-Budget Justification
-Leverage Form.

How to Apply: The mode of application is online.

Click here to get the Application Form

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Study At Iowa State University in USA with the International Undergraduate Merit Scholarships

 

Deadline: 1 March / 1 October 2016

Scholarship Description

Iowa State university (aka Iowa State) is filled with opportunity, cutting-edge research, state-of-the-art technology, world-class facilities, and internationally renowned faculty. It’s welcoming, hospitable and friendly, thus about 4,000 international students from more than 100 countries consider Iowa State their ‘home away from home’.

Iowa State is committed to enrolling a diverse and talented student population. The International Merit Scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated strong academic achievement, and outstanding talent or achievements in one or more of the eligible course areas (see below).

 

International Merit Scholarships

Course(s) Offered: Several fields
Course Level: Undergraduate
Provider: Iowa State University
Country to Study in: USA

Eligibility
Incoming international freshmen applicants and international transfer applicants with fewer than 66 transferrable semester credits.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • A cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) comparable to a minimum of 3.0 out of 4.0 (B)
  • The SAT is not required, but if submitted, it will be considered
  • A resume or CV listing your achievements
  • One letter of recommendation
  • A 500-word essay. You may write something that will help the committee get to know you better and tell us why you deserve the award, or you may answer one of the questions provided on the scholarship application form
  • Applicants must be international students and must have completed an international application for admission

Eligible groups
Citizens of ANY country may apply

Participating Institutions
Iowa State university, Ames, Iowa, United States

Fields of study
The following areas are eligible for this scholarship:
Math and sciences, the Arts, Extracurricular activities, Community service, Leadership, Innovation, or Entrepreneurship.

Number of awards
Not specified

Sponsorship duration
Scholarship awards are RENEWABLE for both Freshmen and Transfer students. Freshman recipients will be funded for a maximum of 8 semesters, or completion of the degree, whichever comes first. Transfer recipients will be funded for a maximum of 5 semesters, or completion of the degree, whichever comes first.

However, the following criteria must be met during your Iowa State career to maintain the scholarship:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 while enrolled at Iowa State
  • Continuous enrollment in a minimum of 12 semester credits each semester (summers not included)
  • Only students assessed non-resident tuition are eligible for this award
  • The award may only be used toward undergraduate tuition and fees

Scholarship benefits
There are two International Merit Scholarship levels (see below). Freshmen and transfer applicants are eligible for both levels of awards.

Level Scholarship Amount
Gold $8,000/year (renewable)
Cardinal $4,000/year (renewable)

Method of Application
You must submit your “Undergraduate Application for Admission” and all required transcripts, financial documents, and examination results before you may apply for the International Merit Scholarship, as Iowa State will review your application file as part of its scholarship consideration.

Once you have submitted your application for admission, you may then complete the “International Merit Scholarship Application Form“. Please be sure to use your name exactly as it is entered on your application for admission so that Iowa State can match your scholarship application to your undergraduate application. You will use this form to upload your current resume or CV (in PDF format), type your essay, and send the letter of recommendation form to the person you have asked to provide it. (These items must all be submitted using this form. Iowa State will not accept any scholarship materials via email or post.)

It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) for complete information on this scholarship and on aplying to Iowa State University

DEADLINES:
There are two scholarship application deadlines – March 1 for the Fall Term, and October 1 for the Spring Term.

PLEASE NOTE:
Do not send any of your scholarship application materials through email or by post. Iowa State will neither accept such nor process them.

Iowa State University of Science and Technology, more commonly known as Iowa State University, Iowa State, or ISU, is a public land-grant and space-grant research university located in Ames, Iowa, United States.

Founded in 1858 and coeducational from its start, Iowa State became USA’s first designated land-grant institution when the Iowa Legislature accepted the provisions of the 1862 Morrill Act on September 11, 1862, making Iowa the first state in the nation to do so. Iowa State’s academic offerings are administered today through eight colleges, including the graduate college, that offer over 100 bachelor’s degree programs, 112 master’s degree programs, and 83 at the Ph.D. level, plus a professional degree program in Veterinary Medicine.

 

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Apply Now!! MasterCard Foundation Scholarship Program for Africans 2016

 

Deadline: Jan-July 2016
Study in: USA & Africa
Course starts September 2016

Brief description:

The vision of The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program is to educate and develop academically qualified yet economically disadvantaged young people in Africa who will contribute to the transformation of the continent. This $500 million program will provide students in secondary school and university with the knowledge and leadership skills needed to contribute to economic and social progress across Africa.

Host Institution(s):

The following universities/institutions were selected for their commitment to academic excellence, nurturing environments, and programs relevant to growth sectors in Africa, such as manufacturing, telecommunications, banking, and agriculture:

•  African Leadership Academy, South Africa
•  Ashesi University, Ghana
•  American University of Beirut, USA
•  Arizona State University, USA
•  Camfed , USA
•  Brac, Uganda
•  Duke University, USA
•  Earth University, Costa Rica
•  Forum for African Women Educationalists, Kenya
•  Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
•  Makerere University, Uganda
•  McGill University, Canada
•  Michigan State University, USA
•  Stanford University, USA
•  University of British Columbia, Canada
•  University of California, Berkeley, USA
•  University of Pretoria, South Africa
•  University of Toronto, Canada
•   Wellesley College, USA
•   University of Cape Town, South Africa

Field(s) of study:

Approved fields of studies offered by participating Universities/Institutions.  See the MasterCard Foundation Scholarship pages of the Universities/Institutions above.

Number of Scholarships:

The Scholarship Programs aims to give out $500 million worth of scholarships to 15,000 African students in 10 years.

Target group:

Citizens of Sub-Saharan Africa

Scholarship value/inclusions:

The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program is designed to provide students with holistic support, including:

Comprehensive Scholarships:  Students receive financial support for fees, uniforms, books and supplies, transportation, accommodation, and stipends.

21st Century Skill Building: Students benefit from enrichment in skill areas relevant to employment success, such as critical thinking, communications, and entrepreneurship.

Transition Support: Students will receive support during their transition into secondary school, university or the workforce with mentoring, career counseling, internships, leadership development, and other life skills coaching.

Give-back Component: An integral component of the Program is the commitment from the Scholars to give back to their communities and countries of origin. Students will demonstrate this commitment through volunteerism and community service, as well as other forms of experiential learning.

Alumni Network: Graduates of the Scholars Program will be connected through an alumni network that offers information, resources, and opportunities to consult with other graduates.

Eligibility:

Please check the specific eligibility criteria of the host institution/university you are interested in.

Application instructions:

Applications must be made directly to the participating university/institution of your choice. Deadline varies but is around January-July 2016.

It is important to visit the institution’s or university’s websites (see above links) and the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Visit the Official Scholarship Website for more information.


 

 

Fulbright Foreign Student Program in USA

 

Deadline: varies, February – October 2016

Brief description:

The Fulbright Foreign Student Program enables graduate students, young professionals and artists from abroad to study and conduct research in the United States at U.S. universities or other academic institutions.

Eligibility:

Program eligibility and selection procedures vary widely by country. Please see the country specific websites to find information about the Fulbright Program in your home country, including eligibility requirements and application guidelines.

Application instructions:

All Foreign Student Program applications are processed by bi-national Fulbright Commissions/Foundations or U.S. Embassies. Therefore, foreign students must apply through the Fulbright Commission/Foundation or U.S. Embassy in their home countries. Deadline varies per country but is around February to October annually.

It is important to visit the official website (link found below) and the country specific websites for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Visit the Official Scholarship Website for more information.