2014-2015 Quota Scholarship Scheme in Norway for 800 Bachelors, Masters and PhD Students from Developing Countries

Description: The Norwegian Government offer scholarship funds for the Quota Scholarship scheme for Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD Students from Developing Countries at universities and university colleges in Norway 2014/2015 Accepted Subject Areas: Students usually apply for degree programmes that serve as a continuation of…

France: PhD Position-Bayesian Model of the Joint Development of Perception, Action and Phonology

The Speech Unit(e)s project is focused on the speech unification process associating the auditory, visual and motor streams in the human brain, in an interdisciplinary approach combining cognitive psychology, neurosciences, phonetics (both descriptive and developmental) and computational models. The framework…

Algeria Government Undergraduate Scholarships for Tanzanian Students, 2014-2015

Eligibility: Applicants must: -have completed and passed Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education and have obtained an average grade of ‘B’ in the relevant subjects. -not be admitted in Higher learning institutions -not be older than 25 years of age by September…

Algeria Government Undergraduate Scholarships for Tanzanian Students, 2014-2015

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Doctoral Research Fellowship in Conservation at University of Oslo in Norway

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2014 Canberra International PhD Scholarship in Australia

University of CanberraUniversity of Canberra, Australia, invites application for one International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) each year to applicants commencing a PhD at the institution. Candidates who are allocated an IPRS are not required to pay their tuition fees or Overseas Student Health Cover.

Worth of Award: The maximum value of an IPRS in a year is equal to:
i) the annual course cost, as determined by the University; plus
ii) the cost of a standard Overseas Student Health Cover policy approved by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aging and which covers the student and their spouse and dependents (if any) for the period of the IPRS.
• An IPRS scholarship recipient will concurrently be awarded either an Australian Postgraduate Award or a University of Canberra Higher Degree by Research Stipend to assist with general living expenses.
• An IPRS scholarship does not cover the cost of student union or amenities fees, costs associated with overseas fieldwork, bridging English language course or travel expenses associated with the relocation of the recipient to take up the award.

Eligibility:
To be Eligible for an IPRS, an Applicant must:
• have completed a Bachelor degree with First Class Honours, or be regarded by the University as having an equivalent level of attainment;
• be enrolled, or be seeking to enrol, as a full-time candidate in a Doctor of Philosophy Course at the University in the year for which the award is to be allocated;
• Intend to enrol in an area of research concentration. These are areas in which the University has particular strength including a concentration of research resources;
• be a citizen of any overseas country except New Zealand, and not hold Australian citizenship or Australian permanent resident status; and
• Not have consumed more than 2.5 equivalent full-time study load (EFTSL) (i.e. have been enrolled in a maximum of 2.5 years full-time equivalent (FTE) study) in current enrolment in a HDR by the date that the scholarship is due to commence.

Ineligibility:
An IPRS will not be Awarded to a Candidate who:
• is in receipt of an equivalent award, scholarship or salary providing a benefit greater than 75% of the IPRS rate to undertake the HDR. Income earned from sources unrelated to the course of study is not subject to the 75% rule;
• is on paid study leave;
• holds a research doctorate or equivalent;
• has held an Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) scholarship within the two years prior to commencing the IPRS.
• is in receipt of any other scholarship under which course tuition fees are covered;
• has consumed more than 2.5 EFTSL in current enrolment in a HDR by the date that stipend payments are due to commence.

How to Apply:
• You must provide a full CV, 1,000 word proposal and two examples of academic writing including one published work and the name and contact details of two academic referees.
• All applications

Deadline: October 31, 2014

Click here to Download the Information Sheet (Doc): http://www.canberra.edu.au/research/
hdr-documents/scholarship/IPRS-2014-Conditions-of-Award.docx

2014 Canberra International PhD Scholarship in Australia

University of CanberraUniversity of Canberra, Australia, invites application for one International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) each year to applicants commencing a PhD at the institution. Candidates who are allocated an IPRS are not required to pay their tuition fees or Overseas Student Health Cover.

Worth of Award: The maximum value of an IPRS in a year is equal to:
i) the annual course cost, as determined by the University; plus
ii) the cost of a standard Overseas Student Health Cover policy approved by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aging and which covers the student and their spouse and dependents (if any) for the period of the IPRS.
• An IPRS scholarship recipient will concurrently be awarded either an Australian Postgraduate Award or a University of Canberra Higher Degree by Research Stipend to assist with general living expenses.
• An IPRS scholarship does not cover the cost of student union or amenities fees, costs associated with overseas fieldwork, bridging English language course or travel expenses associated with the relocation of the recipient to take up the award.

Eligibility:
To be Eligible for an IPRS, an Applicant must:
• have completed a Bachelor degree with First Class Honours, or be regarded by the University as having an equivalent level of attainment;
• be enrolled, or be seeking to enrol, as a full-time candidate in a Doctor of Philosophy Course at the University in the year for which the award is to be allocated;
• Intend to enrol in an area of research concentration. These are areas in which the University has particular strength including a concentration of research resources;
• be a citizen of any overseas country except New Zealand, and not hold Australian citizenship or Australian permanent resident status; and
• Not have consumed more than 2.5 equivalent full-time study load (EFTSL) (i.e. have been enrolled in a maximum of 2.5 years full-time equivalent (FTE) study) in current enrolment in a HDR by the date that the scholarship is due to commence.

Ineligibility:
An IPRS will not be Awarded to a Candidate who:
• is in receipt of an equivalent award, scholarship or salary providing a benefit greater than 75% of the IPRS rate to undertake the HDR. Income earned from sources unrelated to the course of study is not subject to the 75% rule;
• is on paid study leave;
• holds a research doctorate or equivalent;
• has held an Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) scholarship within the two years prior to commencing the IPRS.
• is in receipt of any other scholarship under which course tuition fees are covered;
• has consumed more than 2.5 EFTSL in current enrolment in a HDR by the date that stipend payments are due to commence.

How to Apply:
• You must provide a full CV, 1,000 word proposal and two examples of academic writing including one published work and the name and contact details of two academic referees.
• All applications

Deadline: October 31, 2014

Click here to Download the Information Sheet (Doc): http://www.canberra.edu.au/research/
hdr-documents/scholarship/IPRS-2014-Conditions-of-Award.docx

Engineering PhD Studentships at University of Kent in UK, 2014

Eligibility: Candidates with a strong first or Masters degree in Electronic or Computer Engineering or a related subject. Successful candidates will demonstrate academic excellence and outstanding research potential. Subject: Various Courses Level: Pursuing PhD research program at University of Kent in UK. Online Application: The mode of applying is online. Provider: University of Kent For Which Country: UK For Whom: National Description: The School of […]