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  • Thursday, October 26, 2017

  • CIIT

  • International Office

Brief Description:

Hughes Hall is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in England. It is the oldest of the four Cambridge colleges which admit only mature students.

Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University. Up to two Hughes Hall PhD Scholarships are awarded each year for full-time PhD study, in conjunction with the University of Cambridge. These awards are available to all nationalities and for all subjects.

Course Level:

Scholarships are available for pursuing full-time PhD study, in conjunction with the University of Cambridge.

Subject(s): Scholarships are awarded to study all the subjects offered by the university.

Grants:

These cover both maintenance and fees for all three fee-paying years. Maintenance will be paid monthly by Hughes Hall at the university’s published rate and fees via a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for a Home/EU student or a Cambridge International Scholarship for an overseas student.

Eligibility: These awards are available to all nationalities.

Deadline: The application deadline is December 1, 2017.

For more detail about eligibility and how to apply, please visit:

https://www.hughes.cam.ac.uk/study-with-us/scholarships/

  • Thursday, October 26, 2017

  • CIIT

  • International Office

Brief Description:

The Radboud Scholarship Programme offers a selected number of talented prospective non-EEA students the opportunity to receive a scholarship to pursue a complete English-taught Master’s degree programme at Radboud University.

Course Level: Master

Subject(s): Eligible English-taught Master’s Degree Programme offered by the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Medical Sciences, and Faculty of Law. 

Grants: The scholarship consists of a partial tuition waiver. The tuition fee will be waived to the level of an EEA student. For example: a grant holder in 2018/2019 will pay a tuition fee of only €2,060, instead of €9,879 or €10,856.

In addition, the Radboud Scholarship also covers costs such as those for visa, residence permit, health insurance and liability insurance. This amounts to about €940.

Eligibility: You will only be eligible to obtain a Radboud Scholarship if you:

  • Hold a non-EU/EEA passport
  • Are not eligible for the lower EEA tuition fee for other reasons
  • Have (will obtain) a Bachelor’s degree achieved outside the Netherlands, have no degrees achieved in the Netherlands and did not receive any previous education in the Netherlands
  • Have been fully admitted to the English-taught Master’s degree programme starting 1 September 2018 as stated in the formal letter of admission
  • Are able to comply with the conditions for obtaining a visa for the Netherlands
  • Are enrolled at Radboud University as a full-time student for the academic year and Master’s degree programme for which the scholarship will be awarded.

Deadline:  1 March 2018 (annual)

For more detail about eligibility and how to apply, please visit:

http://www.ru.nl/english/education/masters/european-law/scholarships-loans/scholarships/rsprogramme/

  • Thursday, October 26, 2017

  • CIIT

  • International Office

Brief Description:

Chalmers will be offering around 50 IPOET scholarships in 2018, funded by the Swedish Council for Higher Education, to prospective fee-paying students.

Course Level: Master

Subject(s): Unrestricted – all of the current Master’s Programmes at Chalmers 

Grants:

A 75% reduction of the tuition fees (4 semesters / 2 year programme)

  • Students who excel during their first year of studies may receive an increased scholarship reduction, which covers 85% of the tuition fee during the second and final year of studies
  • No funds are transferred to the scholarship laureates

Eligibility:

  • Citizens from non-EU/EEA countries who are required to pay tuition fees for Swedish university education
  • 1st year Master’s Programme applicants
  • The selection is based on the applicants’ relative academic excellence, which primarily includes weighted average grade but also home university´s stature (including position on global ranking lists) and priority order of the application for Chalmers Master´s programmes.

Deadline: 15 January, 2018 (annual)

For more detail about eligibility and how to apply, please visit:

http://www.chalmers.se/en/education/fees-finance/Pages/iPOET.aspx

  • Thursday, October 26, 2017

  • CIIT

  • International Office

Brief Description:

Each year, École Normale Supérieure (ENS) organizes an international selection allowing the most promising international students, either in Science or in Arts & Humanities, to follow a Master’s Degree and Diploma at the University.

Course Level:  Master

Subject(s): Master’s Degree at ENS (or one of ENS’ partner institutions), as well as ENS Diploma in the fields of Science or Arts & Humanities.

Grants:

  • Monthly grant of 1,000 Euros for three years and a room on one of the ENS campuses.

Eligibility:

  • Candidates must not be after their 26th birthday when they apply.
  • Candidates must not have applied to the International Selection before.
  • Candidates must not have lived in France more than 10 months during the academic year of the selection (September 1st – August 31st) nor the previous year.
  • Candidates must justify at least one year of undergraduate studies awarded by a foreign university during the calendar year preceding the start of applications.
  • Candidates justify at least two years of undergraduate studies in a foreign university, on the 1st of September following admission.

As an exception, the Director of ENS could authorize the application of a candidate whose academic background outside France is not standard.

Deadline: 9 Nov 2017 (annual)

For more detail about eligibility and how to apply, please visit: http://www.ens.fr/

  • Thursday, October 26, 2017

  • CIIT

  • International Office

Brief Description:

The Clarendon Fund is a major graduate scholarship scheme at the University of Oxford, offering around 140 new scholarships every year. Clarendon Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and potential across all degree-bearing subjects at the graduate level at the University of Oxford.

Course Level/Field of study:

PhD programs in Health Research, Natural Sciences, Engineering Research, Social Sciences/Humanities Research       

Host Institution(s):

Canadian Universities with Vanier CGS allocation. Without exception, the Vanier CGS is tenable only at the eligible Canadian institution that submitted the nomination.

Grants: The scholarship is worth $50,000 per year for three years.   

Eligibility: To be considered for a Vanier CGS, you must:

Be nominated by only one Canadian institution, which must have received a Vanier CGS quota; http://www.vanier.gc.ca/en/appendix_a_cgs_2015_16_to_2017_18.html

  • Be pursuing your first doctoral degree (including joint undergraduate/graduate research program such as: MD/PhD, DVM/PhD, JD/PhD
  • Not have completed more than 20 months of doctoral studies as of May 1, 2018
  • Have achieved a first-class average, as determined by your institution, in each of the last two years of full-time study or equivalent. Candidates are encouraged to contact the institution for its definition of a first-class average; and
  • Must not hold, or have held, a doctoral-level scholarship or fellowship from CIHR, NSERC or SSHRC to undertake or complete a doctoral degree.

Deadline: 01 Nov, 2017

For more details please visit:  http://www.vanier.gc.ca/en/home-accueil.html

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