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  • Friday, October 11, 2019

  • CUI

  • International Office

Brief Description:

The Chancellor’s International Scholarships are allocated annually via a combined postgraduate research scholarship competition and are open to all overseas students in any discipline offered at Warwick.

Host Institution(s): University of Warwick, UK

Course Level: PhD Degree

Subject(s): PhD programme in any discipline offered at Warwick.

Grants: Awards made for entry in autumn 2020 will include both of the following:

· The full payment of overseas tuition fees (worth up to £24,010)

· A maintenance stipend in line with UKRI rates (provisional £15,239 for full time award holders in 2020/21, expected to be confirmed February 2020)

· Length of funding: 3.5 years unless you are already in your first year of study when you apply then the length of funding will be reduced accordingly



Applicants for a Chancellor’s International Scholarship must also be applying for a PhD at the University of Warwick to begin in October 2020;

· Students currently enrolled on a PhD or MPhil/PhD at the University of Warwick may apply in their first year of registration only.

· Applicants must expect to be ‘overseas’ students for fees purposes, but there is no other nationality criteria;

· Applicants may be from any discipline at Warwick.

· Scholarships cannot be deferred to the next academic year.


Deadline: 16 Jan 2020 (annual)


For more detail about eligibility and how to apply,




Warwick Chancellor’

  • Thursday, October 10, 2019

  • CUI

  • International Office

The Implementer-Led Design, Evidence, Analysis and Learning (IDEAL) Activity has announced the first Request for Applications (RFA) through its Small Grants Program. The purpose of this request for applications (RFA) is to solicit applications that support the development of tools and topic-specific learning events to strengthen the capacity of U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Food for Peace (FFP) grantees, and the broader food and nutrition security implementing partner community.
IDEAL is a five-year USAID FFP funded activity that aims to address knowledge and capacity gaps expressed by the food and nutrition security implementing community. The goal of IDEAL is to strengthen food and nutrition security among FFP-target populations through promotion of systems-level approaches to improve the design, implementation and overall effectiveness of emergency and development food and nutrition security activities. It seeks to achieve this through four pathways: (A) capacity strengthening; (B) peer-to-peer learning; (C) small grants program (SGP); and (D) stakeholder consultations.

The objective 
of this RFA is to solicit applications from food and nutrition security practitioners to support the development of products and tools, conduct events, and implement practical activities to improve the quality of food and nutrition security programming among FFP-target populations. Successful Micro Grant applications will align with IDEAL’s content focus areas, the FFP Learning Agenda and identified gaps and needs expressed by implementing partners.

This RFA is not intended to solicit applications for research work done by Development Food Security Activities (DFSAs) during the Refine and Implement (R&I) period.

Content Focus Areas for IDEAL

Strengthening the quality and impact of emergency programming

  • Data collection and analysis for improved program design and impact
  • Adaptive management and application of learning
  • Integrated activity design and implementation
  • Sustainability and planning for exit
  • Social and behavior change
  • Equity, empowerment, social cohesion and social accountability

Final funding levels for each award will depend on content, relevance, quality, number of applications received, needs, and competing priorities, with a ceiling of $50,000 US Dollars, subject to availability of funds.

The duration of an award under this RFA may be up to 12 months from the date of the award. IDEAL, Save the Children Federation, and/or USAID reserves the right to cancel this RFA at any time.

Eligible Applicants

  • Prime applicants may be U.S. and non-U.S. nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), for-profit organizations, or institutions of higher education that can contribute to IDEAL’s strategic objective of promoting systems-level approaches to improving the design, implementation and overall effectiveness of emergency and development food and nutrition security activities.
  • Experience with USAID or FFP funding is not required to apply.
  • Applications by for-profit organizations cannot include profit in the proposed budget.
  • IDEAL will not accept applications from individuals. All applicants must be legally recognized organizational entities under applicable law. Applicants must comply with all applicable Dun and Bradstreet Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number and System for Award Management (SAM). Applicants are not required to have a DUNS number at the time of application but must have a DUNS number at the time of the award. Hence, applicants should be in the process of receiving a DUNS number to avoid any delays in the award process.
  • Applicants must have completed all required steps (if any) with the host government to legally operate their program by the time of award.

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  • Thursday, October 10, 2019

  • CUI

  • International Office

Call for Applications

Three Erasmus+ Fully funded Mobilities (Student)


Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey

Applications are invited from Architecture & Design undergrad students for an exchange semester at METU for SPRING 2019-20 SEMESTER


Students: Architecture students who have successfully completed 1st year at CUI, having minimum of 3.30 CGPA and excellent English communication skills.

Application deadline:

23rd October, 2019

Application procedure:

Completed application form along with required documents may be sent to Office of HOD (Architecture) at CUI (Islamabad) by the deadline.

Scholarship: Full tuition fee waiver, monthly stipend to cover living costs and international travel grant.

For checking host university, its program and courses visit

For any further info, contact:

Name: Nadeem Akhtar

Title/Designation: Assistant Program Officer


Phone# (+92) 301-5425180

  • Thursday, October 3, 2019

  • CUI

  • International Office

For information regarding signing of Mevlana Exchange Protocol and for query, please contact Mr. Arif Awan Senior Program officer, International Office ( 

For Convenience Application Form is attached. More information may also be sought from following HEC website link:

  • Thursday, October 3, 2019

  • CUI

  • International Office

International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Life Sciences. From Biological Structures to Neural Circuits (IMPRS-LS) currently has an open call for fully funded PhD student positions. They are looking for outstanding graduates from all over the world to join their network of passionate young scientists.

The following documents are required for application:
  1. Curriculum Vitae (PDF file, max. 2-3 pages)
  2. Two letters of recommendation (more details see below)
  3. Transcript (record of study) and degree certificate for all completed degrees. If provided by the university, please also upload the supplementary information
  4. Temporary/provisional transcripts for degree programs, you are currently enrolled in
  5. Document qualifying for university studies (typically high school degree, Abitur, Matura or equivalent)
 Also recommend to providing the following additional documents:
  • Certificate of proficiency in English (unless you are native English speaker)
  • Information about relevant scholarships, prizes and awards (in case you do have some)
  • A GRE general and GRE subject(link is external) test report in either biochemistry, biology, chemistry or physics (Institution code: 2828, Institution name: INTL M PLANCK RES SCH LF SCI ). We particularly recommend a GRE subject test if you studied outside the EU. For applicants from India we also accept GATE as alternative.
  • Copy of passport (specifically recommended if you are an international candidate not residing in the EU)
  • It is also possible to upload a portrait picture, that will be displayed in your application file in case you wish to do so


Accepted file formats:

The following file types are accepted: pdf, jpg and png. Uploads have a size restriction of 4 MB each. IMPRS recommend that you scan documents with 300dpi. If a document consists of more than one page, please combine these pages into a single PDF document. If you do not have a pdf converter (such as Adobe Acrobat Professional) installed on your computer, please use any online PDF converter (for example the free is external)).

Application form:

The online application form allows to enter all required information and to upload corresponding documents. You may save, revisit and modify your application at any time prior to final submission. Please keep in mind that application only is complete, if application AND both letters of reference have been submitted before the deadline of application. After submission, applicant will no longer be able to edit. 


Letters of recommendation:

Applicants need to name and invite two referees through the online application platform. IMPRS recommend that applicant personally contact his/her referees before triggering the email invitations. Please keep in mind that applications, lacking letters of reference after the deadline for submission are incomplete and cannot be processed any further. It is in the interest of applicant, to ensure that the referees submit the letters of recommendation before the deadline.


Language skills requirements:

Successful candidates need to be fluent in written and spoken English and, unless native speakers, should document their proficiency in English. Ideally, this can be achieved with a TOEFL report (institutional code of IMPRS-LS: 7426), an IELTS report or a Cambridge ESOL certificate (equivalent language tests are also. If an English proficiency test can’t be provided, applicants should describe their English skills in the application form and explain why they think their English skills are sufficient to successfully complete doctoral studies at IMPRS-LS. In that case it is helpful, if academic training was in English or if you spend extended periods of time in an English speaking country.

Minimal scores:
IMPRS expect language proficiency test scores that are at or above the listed minimal scores in all subsections

Minimal score overall: 80
Reading: 20, Listening: 20, Speaking: 20, Writing: 20

Minimal band score overall: 6.5
Reading: 6.5, Listening: 6.5, Speaking: 6.5, Writing: 6.5

CEFR levels (Cambridge ESOL)
Minimal score overall: B2 or higher (C1 or C2)

German language skills are not required but interested international doctoral students are invited to take German language courses funded by IMPRS-LS.

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