This page is dedicated for the scholarship information that I found for master degree. The scholarship can be from any universities in the world and on various field of study.
The consortium composed of:
- Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) (Belgium)
- Universite Francois-Rabelais Tours (UFRT) (France)
- Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC) (Spain)
- Ecole Centrale Paris (ECP) (France)
- Technische Universitaet Berlin (TUB) (Germany)
launch the second edition of the Erasmus Mundus Master Course on
"Information Technologies for Business Intelligence" (IT4BI)
The Erasmus Mundus programme provides EU-funded SCHOLARSHIPS to students
who have been selected by the consortium.
For students applying for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship:
December 21st, 2012 : scholarship application
January 7th, 2013 : uploading reference letters
End of February 2013: preliminary decision of the scholarship
End of April 2013 : formal confirmation of the scholarship
For students not applying for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship:
April 30th, 2013: non-European students
June 30th, 2013 : European students
Candidates are required to apply via the IT4BI online
application available at http://cs.ulb.ac.be/emundus/
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA AND SELECTION PROCEDURE
Detailed information is available at http://it4bi.univ-tours.fr/home/students/admission/
Enquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of the IT4BI Consortium,
Government Scholarship is a scholarship set up by the Chinese
government to facilitate students and scholars from all over the world
to conduct their study and research in Chinese universities. The
scholarship aims to increase the mutual understanding and friendship
between people of China and people from the rest of the world and to
develop the communication and cooperation between China and the rest of
the world in the field of Education, Technology, Culture and Economics.
the year 2008 under approval of the Ministry of Education of China,
Nanjing University will start to offer Chinese Government Scholarships
to outstanding master or PhD students. Nanjing University is one of the
top universities in China under the direct supervision of Ministry
Education of China. Nanjing University was founded in the year 1902 and
it is well-known for its strong academic portfolio and outstanding
University is located in the heart of a historical city Nanjing. It is
surrounded by a beautiful scenery, excellent environment and accessible
transportation. The University is currently host to 23 schools and 65
departments offering 162 majors for master degrees and 93 PhD degrees. A
master degree takes 3 years while a PhD degree takes 3 to 4 years.
Nanjing University uses a credit system, acquiring the total number of
credits for the degree and successfully passing the oral defense of the
Graduation Paper for a student to graduate.
Background: Applicant must have completed a four-year undergraduate
degree for master degree pursuer and a master degree or equivalent for
PhD degree pursuer.
(2) Chinese Language: Applicant must be willing to learn Chinese language, if applicable, and receive education in Chinese language.
(3) Health: Applicant must be mentally and physically healthy.
※Students currently studying in China are not applicable. Students who have been granted for other Chinese scholarship or funding（2012-2013） are not applicable.
TERM OF SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship will be tenable for three years and four years from the date of award for masters’ degree and PhD degree, respectively. One-year
preparatory education in Chinese language prior to grantees’ study of
his major will be provided with full scholarship benefits if deemed
Grantee will be provided a monthly stipend of RMB 1,700 and RMB 2,000
for masters’ degree student and PhD degree student, respectively.
(2) School Fees: Fees for matriculation and tuition will be paid by the Chinese government.
(3) Health Insurance: A health insurance will be provided to the grantee by CSC for the entire duration of his/her scholarship.
Accommodation: A free accommodation will be provided to a grantee in
the International Dormitory of the University for the entire duration of
Applicants must log on the on-line application system to do an on-line registration and application（laihua.csc.edu.cn）.
After fill in the application form on-line (agency number for Nanjing
University is 10284), applicant must click the “submit” button and print
out application from the application system. After the on-line
application is complete, applicants must submit the following documents
to the Scholarship Coordinator (address below) by the required date. The
submitted documents will not be returned.
(1) Printed Applicationform with recent photograph
true-copy of Academic transcript and Diploma of highest degree obtained
(English Translation is need if transcript and diploma were in language
other than Chinese and English)
(3) Two recommendation letter from adviser/professor of the last school attended
(5) Printed “Code for International Scholarship Students of Nanjing University” with applicant’s signature. (Download)
documents must be written in English. Any document written in any other
language must be attached with an English or Chinese translation.
Nanjing University now offers “China-Studies”, a brand new Master Program taught in English, for more information, please click here:
Applications are accepted from October 15th 2011 to December 15th 2011. Notification
of successful applicants will be posted on the official web site of the
Institute for International Students Nanjing University in March 2012.
School year starts from 1st of September, 2012.
For further inquiries, please contact:
Miss Zhou Chunyue
Institute for International Students
Nanjing University, 22 Hankou Rd
Nanjing, P.R.C. 210093
Scholarship Awards within the Foreign Development Assistance Programme - offer for the academic year 2012/2013
General information on the scholarship programme:
The Government of the Czech Republic offers a number of
scholarships within the framework of its Foreign Development Assistance Programme in support
of the study of foreign nationals from developing countries at public institutions of higher education in
the Czech Republic.
These so called Government Scholarships are designed to cover the standard length of
1) in Bachelor/Master study programmes plus one-year preparatory course of the Czech
language (which is combined with other field-specific training). Government scholarships of this category
are awarded to graduates from upper secondary schools who can enrol only in study programmes in which they follow
instruction in the Czech language. Depending on the subject area, applicants are normally required
to take entrance examinations at the respective institution of higher education. The scholarship award is conditional
upon a successful passing of entrance examinations;
2) in follow-up Master study programmes or Doctoral study programmes.
Government scholarships of this category are awarded to graduates of Bachelor or Master study programmes,
respectively, who enrol in study programmes with instruction in the English
Study Areas Available in English:
follow-up master study programme Natural Resources and Enviroment, Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and
Natural Resources, Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague (http://www.af.czu.cz/en/?r=1238&i=1859);
follow-up master study programme Technology and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering,
Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague (http://www.tf.czu.cz/en/?r=1158);
Scholarship applications together with the required attachments are to be
submitted to the appropriate Czech Embassy in the
applicant’s country before the deadline set by the Embassy so that the applicants’ dossiers
reach the respective Czech authorities (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport)
by 15 January each year.
Students who, at the time of application, stay in the Czech Republic may submit the respective documents to the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department for Development Co-operation, by 31 December of the preceding year at the
Foreign nationals who have been granted permanent residence in the Czech
Republic are not eligible to apply for Government
A limited number of scholarships is offered to students from developing countries
who file their applications with the respective National UNESCO Commissions. For
contact information on individual local offices see http://www.unesco.org/ (and
search under the heading Communities, National Commissions).
Applications sent directly to the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport will not be
Prospective applicants are advised to address their inquiries concerning, among others, their eligibility and
closing date for applications to the Czech
Embassies in their countries.
Detailed information on the terms and conditions of scholarship awards is provided in the binding
“Instructions regarding the Scholarship Award Scheme of the Government of the Czech Republic” issued
in Czech, English and Spanish (click below to download in PDF
or Word format):
The prospective applicants are advised to peruse the instructions before
Scholarship application forms may be obtained from the respective Czech Embassies or
downloaded here in PDF or Word format:
For the list of required attachments see part 2.1, 3.1 of the Instructions.
Attachment f) “Medicate Certificate” must be issued on the official form that is available at the respective
Czech Embassies and can be also downloaded here in Czech (PDF, Word), English (PDF, Word) or Spanish (PDF, Word).
A significant number of scholarships are awarded each
year to our students attending our Master and PhD's programmes.
Allocation of scholarships is based on the evaluation of candidate's
academic merit and financial need. Scholarships are awarded for one
year, with the possibility of renewal.
Categories of Scholarships
Usually, these full scholarships amount CHF 18,000. Recipients are
exempt from the Graduate Institute's tuition fees; however they are
still required to pay the fees at the University of Geneva. Some full
grants are awarded subject to special conditions (duration of study
and/or geographical origin of students).
The value of these grants varies according to the individual needs of
the recipient student. Recipients still need to cover their tuition
These grants cover tuition fees for one academic year. They are awarded to exceptional students.
Scholarships awarded by the Graduate Institute
- Scholarships from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, intended for nationals from countries of the South or countries in transition;
- Scholarships financed by a Geneva-based foundation and granted to
students from developing countries on the provision that they undertake
to return to their country at the end of their studies so that their
fellow countrymen may benefit from their training;
- Elemér Hantos scholarships awarded by the Fondation pour l’Europe centrale and intended for students from the region;
- Fondation Ousseimi scholarships;
- Scholarships from the Tokyo Foundation usually awarded to PhD students;
- Shelby and Kathryn Davis scholarships intended for PhD students from American universities or from Muslim countries;
- Pierre du Bois scholarships intended for Latin-American PhD candidates of the International History department;
- Gallatin scholarships intended to finance a 10-month study by a PhD student in an American university of their choice;
- The Washington DC Alumni Chapter Scholarship awarded to a first year PhD student from an American university;
Candidates who wish to apply for financial assistance must return the duly completed scholarship request form together with their application form by 15 January 2012.
Current students are also eligible to apply for scholarships to assist them with their studies. The deadline for applications is 30 May 2011.
Other financial assistance
Note: Students in receipt of grants from sources other than the
Institute or the Swiss Government are required to pay the Institute’s
Employment possibilities at the Institute
There are a certain number of paid employment opportunities available
at the Graduate Institute including teaching assistant positions and
general support positions (telephone operators, library assistants, IT
taken from: http://www.graduateinstitute.ch/corporate/admissions/fees-scholarships_en.html
Applications for 2012 are now open!
Application materials for the 2012-13 academic year are now available from the University's Graduate Studies Prospectus from 1 September 2011.
details about the Gates Cambridge Scholarships - how to apply, the
application timetable, selection criteria, the interview process, the
value of the scholarship, FAQs - are available via left side navigation
A poster for for advertsing the Scholarships for 2012-13 is available here.
Gates Cambridge Scholarship are only available for full-time postgraduate degrees offered at the University of Cambridge.
apply simultaneously for admission as a graduate student to the
University of Cambridge and a Gates Cambridge Scholarship using the one
application pack - see how to apply for full details.
Before submitting an application all applicants should:
- Read through the entire 'apply' section of this website
- Fully research their proposed degree at Cambridge via the Graduate Studies Prospectus
the website of the department to which they are applying to ensure they
are knowledgeable and up to date about the course, its requirements and
any special application instructions
- Submit a full application by the relevant deadline
are a couple of MPhil/PhD opportunities at the Monash University,
Sunway Campus, Malaysia. You can have a look at this link http://www.monash.edu.my/advancement/studentrecruitment/applications/HDR-Steps.html
The scholarships announcement is simply "Monash University Sunway
Campus (Malaysia) is offering some full MPhil/PhD scholarships. The
School of IT offers scholarships to eligible candidates for the Higher
Degree by Research (HDR) degree programs. The scholarships offered are
worth RM 48,000.00 per year for the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) program
and RM 54,000 per year for the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program."
That simply means the school of IT waives about 30K RM tuition fees and
pays about 2K monthly payment towards living expenses.
The school research interests can be viewed on the school website at http://www.infotech.monash.edu.my/research-strength/intelligent-system.html
. We are also open if you have any proposal for a research project. I mainly work in the following areas:
1. Computer Security: Access control (authorisation and authentication), Cryptography, Network Security, Data Hiding, etc
2. Decision Support Systems application in Security
projects are already open and needs allocation, so positions are open
until all are filled. Outstanding research proposals are always welcome.
applicants, please send your CV along with your transcripts, statement
of research (if any), and any other supporting documents to the
following email: email@example.com