University of Southampton Postgraduate Research Studentships 2007 2008 in Law
From the academic year 2007/2008, Southampton University Law School will be offering up to 8 studentships in designated research fields, including biotechnology law, company law, comparative land law, comparative and EU competition law, criminal law, education and social welfare law, environmental law, EU and international (human rights) law, international commercial arbitration and litigation, international and comparative law of evidence, IT and IP law, Law of the Internet and e-commerce, taxation, and tort law. The School is one of only 8 UK law schools to hold the highest rating for outstanding international excellence in legal research (RAE 5*) and currently has some 30 students in candidature for the M.Phil./PhD. degrees.
Studentships available to UK/EU students:
Up to 3 studentships consisting of: fee waiver plus GTA opportunity amounting to £3,575. GTAs are subject to School needs and will normally only be available in core subjects (constitutional and administrative law, contract, EU, property and tort). Any reduced teaching load during the first year will be off-set in later years.
Some studentships will include the opportunity to be a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA). All are fixed term for one year, but renewable thereafter up to three years in total, subject to satisfactory progress. You must apply to research a designated topic, to be selected from a list made available on our Website: www.law.soton.ac.uk/researchstudentships/index.htm You must also satisfy our normal entry requirements.
Studentships open to All Students:
Up to 5 studentships consisting of: fee waiver at UK/EU level. ORSAS funding for international students may be available. For full details, please visit our website: www.law.soton.ac.uk.
Applications must be received by 1 March 2007. The starting date for the studentships must be no later than 30 June 2007.
Master Doctoral Water Engineering Management in Thailand
Source : Asian Institute of Technology - Thailand Dead Line: 15 Februari 2007 The Netherlands Ministry for Development Cooperation's Master's and Doctoral scholarships in Sustainable Poverty Reduction
Students from Asian developing nations are offered the opportunity to pursue their master's or doctoral studies in fields relating to ustainable poverty reduction at one of Asia 's leading postgraduate institutions.
The Netherlands Ministry for Development Cooperation and the Asian Institute of Technology have partnered to offer a program called "Human Resource Development for Asian Partner Countries" from October 2006 to December 2009. Master's and doctoral scholarships will be provided to students from seven partner countries of the Netherlands in Asia, i.e., Afghanistan , Bangladesh , Indonesia , Mongolia , Pakistan , Sri Lanka and Vietnam . The scholarships cover the costs of degree programs in fields relevant to sustainable development, environmental protection and the promotion of gender equity. The three focal areas are water engineering and management, rural development and sustainable use of natural resources, and urban environmental management.
Water engineering and management includes waterways and coastal engineering, irrigation engineering, water resources and water supply drainage. Expertise areas also include water transport, flood control, beach protection, erosion, water supply and wastewater collection and sewerage treatment systems, and integrated watershed development management.
Rural development and sustainable use of natural resources addresses rural development and the need to consider economic productivity versus the necessity to conserve rural areas. In AIT many programs aim to contribute to technology to stimulate rural developments including agricultural and food engineering, bioprocess technology, aquaculture and aquatic resources management, pulp and paper technology, natural resources management, as well as regional and rural development planning.
Urban environmental management addresses the sustainable development of urbanized areas as many of the partner countries are facing rapid urbanization. Thus, the concerns should address urban economy and living environment, conservation of urban natural environments and greening, prevention of environmental deterioration, impacts of urbanization, urban transportation, urban affordable sanitation and sewage treatment. Urban environmental management focuses on the utilization of human and other resources to improve and maintain the quality of urban areas.
• Scholarship recipients will be selected according to AIT's admission criteria, rules and regulations to ensure that the most suitable candidates are admitted based on an assessment of the needs in the Netherlands ' seven partner countries in Asia .
• At least 40 per cent of the scholarships will be offered to women candidates.
• After successful completion of graduate studies and professional training in AIT, the scholarship recipients are obliged to return to their home countries for strengthening institutional capacities and contributing in building sustainable societies.
• Recipients are required to conduct thesis research on topics relevant to their respective home country's development needs incorporating environmental protection and sustainable development concerns.
• A scholarships provides grants for tuition and fees, monthly stipend, medical insurance, educational visa and one round trip air travel.
• For the master's program, preference will be given to staff of public sector agencies, government departments, training institutions and universities.
• Doctoral scholarships are available only to candidates who are lecturers or university teaching staff. Doctoral degree program candidates must be certified by their local employers to study abroad and must have re-employment contracts to ensure that they return back to work after their completion of the doctoral degree program at AIT. Applicants must provide a relevant research proposal and demonstrate a strong academic background and experience.
• All recipients of the scholarships should take at least one course on gender and development issues.
• Applicants must adhere to AIT's admissions requirements, procedures and policies. To learn more, click here:
August semester: 15 February
Note: Applicants who are required to attend Bridging program, who require early offer of admission or who have visa or passport restrictions, are encouraged to submit applications at least two months before the deadline.
You may apply online or download application forms at here:
You may also receive the application package by mail for a nominal application processing fee of US$25.
Admissions and Scholarships Unit Asian Institute of Technology P.O. Box 4 , Klong Luang Pathumthani 12120 , Thailand Phone: (662) 5245031-5033 Fax: (662) 524-6326 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.ait.ac.th
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PhD Scholarship in Structural Fire Engineering 2007 in New Zealand
The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Canterbury is offering a PhD scholarship in Structural Fire Engineering, as part of the Future Building System research project. The candidate will be investigating the fire performance of innovative reinforced concrete building systems which include a large number of precast and prestressed concrete components.
This is a continuation of an ongoing PhD project on “Modelling and Analysis of RC Frames with Precast Hollow Core Flooring Systems in Fire”, which is finishing in March/April 2007, supervised by Professor Andy Buchanan, Dr Rajesh Dhakal and Dr Peter Moss.
Closing date: 31 January 2007 Value: NZ$20,000 per year (tax free) for 3 years.
Applicants: The ideal candidate will have a good degree in structural engineering, with a further qualification in fire engineering. Some experience in using structural fire analysis programs (such as SAFIR or VULCAN) will be an added advantage. For candidates with a previous degree in fire engineering, this project will take 3 years. Those without any fire engineering qualifications will require an additional year to take fire engineering courses. In order to register your interest and to discuss the research in more detail, contact Dr Rajesh Dhakal or Prof Andy Buchanan.
Master Program International Scholarships at ENS Lyon
For the fourth year in a row, the ENS Lyon is offering outstanding international students the chance to receive a 1,000 euro per month scholarship for studies in one of the master programs offered at the ENS Lyon. This scholarship program is for students who have completed their undergraduate studies at a university outside of France and would like to do their first or second year of master studies in Lyon. The ENS Lyon organizes an international selection for Master studies aimed at the most outstanding recent graduates and students currently in their final year of undergraduate studies at a university abroad. Candidatures are accepted for the first or second year of master studies. If accepted, candidates become ENS Lyon International Students and receive a monthly allowance of €1,000 to study in one of the Master programs (mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, molecular and cellular biology, and Earth sciences) offered by the ENS Lyon.
The scholarship is awarded for one academic year and is renewable for a second year in order to obtain the Master. Renewal depends on the participants academic achievement.
Candidatures are accepted under the following conditions:
Candidates must have undertaken their higher education outside of France. Candidates must have already obtained their undergraduate degree or be enrolled in their final year of undergraduate studies and obtaining a degree equivalent to a Bachelor of Science (180 ECTS credits) at the time of their departure for France. Candidates may apply only once. Details and applications: visit thewebsite Contact: email@example.com n/b : Beasiswa s2 (master) di Perancis / Prancis
Full Fee Master’s Scholarships 2007 University of Exeter in UK
This prestigious new scheme for 2007 entry offers up to 18 full-fee one-year scholarships for taught Masters programmes across all subjects in the arts, sciences, humanities and social sciences. These are aimed at high-achieving UK and international students who can demonstrate not only exceptional academic ability (typically First Class Honours or international equivalent) but also the potential and intention to progress to doctoral study at Exeter.
Application deadline:30 March 2007 Funding information
Value: Full Home or International Master’s tuition fees Number of awards per year: 18 Funding applies to: Open to applicants from a range of countries Funding duration: 1 year
Contacts and how to apply Administrative contact and how to apply: Scholarship Administrator Admissions Office University of Exeter Northcote House The Queens Drive EXETER UK EX4 4QJ
No separate application form is required but you should provide a supporting statement to accompany your application stating why you wish to apply for a scholarship and demonstrating how you meet the criteria in respect of demonstrating your commitment and potential to progress to a research degree (MPhil or PhD).
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PhD Studentships in Mathematics at University of Bristol 2007
The Department of Mathematics invites applications from potential Ph.D. students in Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics to join our internationally leading research groups.
The Department is one of the leading centres for research and teaching in mathematics in the UK. There are groups working in Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics and Statistics.
In the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise, Applied Mathematics was graded 5*A (one of only three groups in the UK given the highest rating), Pure Mathematics was graded 5B (denoting excellence at an international level) and Statistics was graded 5*A (the only group in the UK given the highest rating). Applied and Statistics have recently been up-graded to the new “best 5*” rating. The research is wide-ranging and there are currently research groups in the following areas of mathematics: Algebra, Analysis, Number Theory, Logic, Dynamical Systems, Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical Physics, Probability and Statistics and Quantum Information. Please consult our webpages (http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk) for details of our current research interests and possible projects for Ph.D. study.
Fully funded, Research Council Studentships are available, subject to eligibility, and we expect to receive Overseas Research Studentships and University Scholarships.
Applicants are invited to attend the Postgraduate Open Day on 7 February 2006 with registration for this event at this page.
Full details of how to apply may be found on-line here: and for more information please contact our postgraduate coordinator at: (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There is no fixed closing date for Research Council Studentships, although we suggest that candidates should apply before 1st May 2007.
The Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Information Master and Doctoral Scholarships Programme 2007
Beasiswa s2 dan s3 dari Kementerian Depkominfo
Deadline: 15 February 2007
Government of Indonesia, through the Ministry of Communication and Information (Depkominfo), has announced the master and doctoral degree scholarships for Indonesian students for academic year 2007 in the fields of law, economics, computer science, engineering (informatics, electrical, telecommunication), social and political science, and education.
Clifford Chance Scholarship 2007at The Said Business School at Oxford UK
UK Clifford Chance Scholarship at The Said Business School, University of Oxford
Doctoral Scholarships Clifford Chance Centre for the Management of Professional Service Firms Saïd Business School.
Applications for Doctoral Scholarships are invited by the Clifford Chance Centre for the Management of Professional Service Firms at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School. The Centre conducts research into the internal and external dynamics of professional service firms.
Although our primary focus is on the management of such firms, and the issues faced by people working within them, the Centre is also concerned with the governance of professional service firms more generally, addressing policy issues of concern to both clients and regulators. Please consult the website for further details www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/ccc. The Members of the Centre are Dr Fiona Andersen-Gough, Dr Laura Empson, Dr Chris McKenna, and Prof. Tim Morris. Members of the Centre are currently studying firms within the legal, accounting, consulting and actuarial sectors. Research carried out within the Centre falls within the broad areas of Strategy, Organizational Behaviour, Accounting, and Business History. All members of the Centre are currently available to supervise doctoral students.
Clifford Chance Scholars are expected to be trained in social sciences or history to masters level. If you wish to apply for a scholarship for 2007 admission you must do the following by 12 January 2007.
Center for the Study of Law and Culture Scholarship 2007-2008 in USA
Center for the Study of Law and Culture Scholarship : USA
Deadline:15 February 2007
The Center for the Study of Law and Culture at Columbia University invites applications for residential fellowships for the 2007-2008 academic year to undertake research, writing and discussion in ways that span traditional academic disciplines. The CSLC welcomes scholars from any field who are interested in spending the academic year in residence at Columbia Law School working on scholarly projects relating to the CSLC's 2007-2008 theme: Executive Power. We aim to appoint fellows whose scholarship addresses the critical and legal implications of expanding executive power not merely from the perspective of the state—such as the Bush administration's celebrated attempt to expand executive privilege vis-à-vis the other branches of US government—but from the perspective of power more generally. Since the post-structural assault on theories of power that posited it as emanating from a concentrated source, critical theory has conceptualized power as dispersed, capillary, and simultaneously productive and repressive. What might be the ramifications on legal and critical thought and practice at the intersection of new attempts to concentrate institutionally various forms and careers of power? We invite in particular scholarship whose focus is outside the US and lies at the critical conjuncture of law and culture. Fellows will be required to present an original paper from their research and to participate in a year long colloquium on the same topic.
The Law & Culture Fellowship is available to senior graduate students and post-doctoral candidates, including untenured faculty.
Founded in the fall of 2000, the Center for the Study of Law and Culture is an initiative at Columbia Law School designed to facilitate interdisciplinary study, research and scholarship on the intersections of law and culture. Our goal is to make the CSLC an institutional site for coordinating and coalescing the important, yet dispersed, interrogations of the relationship between law and culture that are already being undertaken across disciplines at Columbia University. By promoting and providing a home for cross-disciplinary engagement and collaboration, the CSLC will enrich each of our individual projects in law and culture studies.
Fellows will receive a stipend of $30,000, an office, computer, eligibility for university housing, and full access to university libraries, computer systems and recreational facilities. Fellows will be expected to participate in CSLC activities including presentation of a paper at the Center's Colloquium Series, and assistance in organizing Center events.
Applicants should submit: 1- a curriculum vitae 2- a writing sample (in the English language, about 25 pages in length) 3- a research statement (of approximately 1,000 words) that: - describes the proposed work during the fellowship period - explains the project's significance to the topic of Executive Power - sets forth its interdisciplinary nature 4- TWO letters of recommendation (if sent with application, letter should be sealed in letterhead envelope and signed over the flap by referee). If more than two are sent, it is not guaranteed that all letters will be read.
Applications must be received at our office no later than February 15, 2007. E-mail applications will be accepted. Letters of recommendation may be sent under separate cover. Incomplete applications will be immediately disqualified.
Direct questions and application materials to: Center for the Study of Law and Culture Columbia University 435 W. 116th Street New York, N.Y. 10027 USA email@example.com
Women, people of color, non-US and independent scholars are particularly invited to apply.
MSc Programme in Public Health at Maastricht University 2007
MSc Programme in Public Health at Maastricht University M.Sc. Programme in Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Maastricht University in cooperation with The Netherlands School of Public and Occupational Health, Amsterdam
Matra Training for European Cooperation (MTEC) Scholarships for Promising Students and Public Health Professionals. Approximately 30 full scholarships are made available by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the M.Sc. programme in Public Health as offered by the Faculty of Health Sciences of Maastricht University in cooperation with the Netherlands School of Public and Occupational Health (Amsterdam) for the coming academic year 2007/2008.
Coverage of the MTEC Scholarship
The MTEC scholarship covers tuition fee, study materials, housing, subsistence, travel to and from the home country, a personal development programme (including Action Learning) and a social programme.
Who May Apply For an MTEC Scholarship?
The MTEC scholarships are intended for both promising students and public health professionals, that is, those who have completed a bachelor degree in public health, the health sciences or an associated domain and have started their career in a relevant field of work.
The MTEC scholarships are meant for students and residents of the aforementioned countries (as listed on the front page) who completed their BSc with flying colours and who satisfy the criteria for admission to the MSc Public Health programme as offered by the Faculty of Health Sciences, Maastricht University. Public health professionals are required to submit proof of their employee to study for at least 10 months abroad and be issued with a guarantee that they can take up their position upon return.
Prospective students need to have completed a bachelor degree in public health, the health sciences or an associated domain, reside in the relevant states at the time of application, have a TOEFL score of at least 213 on the computer-based test; or 550 on the paper-based test, or a satisfactory score on a similar test, for example, at least 6.5 on an IELTS test and not be older than 35 years.
Candidates should apply through the website of EVD/CROSS (www.cross-agency.nl ) and consecutively send their printed application form to the Royal Netherlands Embassy in their country. Furthermore, applicants who want to be considered for a MTEC scholarship have to go through the regular admission procedure of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Maastricht University.
Applicants who have already been admitted to the M.Sc. Public Health programme by the Board of Admissions of the Faculty of Health Sciences, can directly apply for an MTEC scholarship by using the application form which is available at the website of EVD/CROSS.
Applications for admission for the academic year 2007/08 should be sent before the 1st of April 2007.
For more detailed information on the aforementioned five specialisations within the M.Sc. Public Health programme, the admission criteria, and the application procedures, please visit: www.fdgw.unimaas.nl/mtec
For specific questions on these procedures, please contact Mrs. Anke Schmitt (Officer Board of Admissions) at the Faculty of Health Sciences of Maastricht University by email (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or telephone (+ 31-43-3881438).
For more information about the MTEC scholarships, including conditions regarding application and the entitlements and obligations which are attached to the scholarships, and the application form, please visit: www.cross-agency.nl or contact Mr. Diederik ter Haar by email (email@example.com ) or telephone (+31 (0)70 778 8139).
PhD Student Position with the VLSI Research 2007 at Sweden
PhD Student Position with the VLSI Research Group at Chalmers University of Technology
Today integrated circuits exhibit rapidly increasing power dissipation due to static leakage in idle circuits. Innovative device technology on its own does not provide scalable leakage-problem solutions that manage to keep up with increasing device density.
Leakage already now can present insurmountable design obstacles to energy-limited embedded Systems-On-Chips. To pave the way for future, dense Systems-On-Chips, breakthroughs are needed in the art of co-utilizing software and devices to efficiently combat leakage.
This PhD student position is within a research project that deals with intelligent power down of idle circuits to eliminate or at least curb the escalating static power dissipation. The research will address both software and hardware issues, such as run-time application profiling and power-gating circuits. The purpose is to transfer a circuit that has a history of long idle times into ultra low leakage mode. Here the circuit remains until the time of activation approaches; then the circuit is gradually woken up.
This project is inspired by and connected to Intel-funded work on power-gating circuit techniques and a project on flexible embedded architectures, called FlexSoC.
This position requires a Masters degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or an equivalent degree. The candidate must have a strong interest in electronic systems design.
The work of this PhD student position consists of 80% research and 20% teaching, and the salary is based on the existing employment agreement for PhD student positions at Chalmers.
For further information, please contact Professor Per Larsson-Edefors, tel 031-772 1700 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Associate Professor Lars Svensson, tel 031-772 1704
The application, which should preferably be sent by e-mail, must contain: CV, exam diploma with grades, contact details of reference persons, MSc thesis paper, and a short (at most one page) description of the candidate`s strengths, relevant for this position.
Mark the application with reference number 145/2006. Last day for application is January 31, 2007. The applications should be sent to Registrator, e-mail: email@example.com or to the address:
Registrator Chalmers University of Technology SE-412 96 Göteborg, Sweden Telephone: +46 31 772 10 00 Fax Registrar: +46 31 772 49 22
Union representatives SACO: Jan Lindér, SEKO: Ralf Berndtsson, ST: Monika Orrbacke
Master Scholarship for Developing Countries Students at Belgium
Postgraduate Scholarships for Students from Developing Countries at Ghent University
This programme of UGent provides postgraduate scholarships to candidates from developing countries who wish to obtain a master’s degree at Ghent University. The grants are available for all master programmes at Ghent University. They are awarded for the duration of the studies with a maximum of 2 years. In case of a two-year-programme the scholarship will only be paid for the full term if the student successfully completes the first year of the programme.
The scholarship consists of an allowance of € 850 per month plus the yearly tuition fee.
Postgraduate Research Awards 2007, School of Pharmacy in UK
Postgraduate Research Awards 2007, School of Pharmacy Queens University Belfast
Postgraduate Research Awards 2007 Medicine, Health & Life Sciences School of Medicine & Dentistry, School of Pharmacy
Queen's University Belfast is a broadly based research-driven university with a dynamic world class research and education portfolio, and strong international connections.
Funding is available for a number of awards through the Department for Employment & Learning (DEL), including Collaborative Awards in Science and Technology (CAST), Overseas Research Students Awards Scheme (ORSAS) and the European Social Fund (ESF), for postgraduate students commencing in October 2007. University Studentships will be allocated for international students in key research areas in realisation of its internationalisation strategy. Awards will be made on a selective basis to areas of research priority in Schools, and will be available on a competitive basis to the best-qualified candidates. Full details are available on the website at www.qub.ac.uk/postgraduate
School of Medicine & Dentistry: Clinical & Population Sciences; Respiratory Medicine; Oral Science & Health Care. http://www.qub.ac.uk/cm/
School of Pharmacy: Molecular Therapeutics; Pharmaceutical Science & Practice. http://www.qub.ac.uk/pha
Individual awards vary but cover fees and a minimum maintenance allowance of £12,600 per annum. Applicants must have, or expect to obtain, at least a 2.1 honours degree or equivalent; ORSAS applicants are expected to have a first class honours degree or equivalent.
The closing date for receipt of all applications is Wednesday 14th February 2007. Applications are invited to be made electronically at https://pg.apply.qub.ac.uk.
For further information about research areas, please visit the relevant school web-sites.
Further details of these can be found at www.qub.ac.uk/postgraduate or telephoning the Postgraduate Office on 028 9097 2585
British Kingston University Country Specific Scholarships for Postgraduate Study Kingston University administers these scholarships based on level of study and country. You can apply if you: are an international student (classified as “overseas” for fee purposes) from one of the countries listed; have an offer of a place on a postgraduate course; and are not currently registered on a course.
Country-specific postgraduate scholarships are available for:
China Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria Pakistan Turkey USA How are the scholarships awarded? The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of:
academic merit financial need what you expect to gain from the course you are taking what you intend to do after completing the course.
China awards Two awards of £3,000 for 2007 entry are open to prospective full-time postgraduates in any subject area on a one-year taught Master's degree.
be nationals of the People’s Republic of China (mainland only) be classified as “overseas” for fee purposes not be currently registered on a postgraduate course at Kingston University have received an offer of a place at Kingston for 2007 entry
The closing date for applications is 31 May 2007.
Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria awards Two awards of £3,000 for 2007 entry are open to prospective full-time postgraduates in any subject area on a one-year taught Master's degree.
be nationals of Kenya, Ghana or Nigeria be classified as “overseas” for fee purposes not be currently registered on a postgraduate course at Kingston University have received an offer of a place at Kingston for 2007 entry
The closing date for applications is 31 May 2007.
Pakistan awards Two awards of £3,000 for 2007 entry are open to prospective full-time postgraduates in any subject area on a one-year taught Master's degree.
be nationals of Pakistan be classified as “overseas” for fee purposes not be currently registered on a postgraduate course at Kingston University have received an offer of a place at Kingston for 2007 entry
The closing date for applications is 31 May 2007.
Turkey awards Two awards of £3,000 for 2007 entry are open to prospective full-time postgraduates in any subject area on a one-year taught Master's degree.
be nationals of Turkey be classified as “overseas” for fee purposes not be currently registered on a postgraduate course at Kingston University have received an offer of a place at Kingston for 2007 entry
The closing date for applications is 31 May 2007.
USA awards Two awards of £3000 for 2007 entry are open to prospective full-time postgraduates in any subject area on a one-year taught Master's degree.
be nationals of the USA be classified as “overseas” for fee purposes not currently registered on a postgraduate course at Kingston University have received an offer of a place at Kingston for 2007 entry
The closing date for applications is 31 May 2007. More information on how to apply, please visit the application page. Source of this announcement can be found here.
Undergraduate Scholarships 2007 CN Yang Scholars Programme International at NTU Singapore
Singapore CN Yang Scholars Programme International Undergraduate Scholarships NTU
The CN Yang Scholars Programme is a premier undergraduate programme at Nanyang Technological University for science and engineering students. The programme is named in honour of Professor CN Yang, Nobel Laureate in Physics (1957) and one of the greatest scientists of our era.
The Scholars Programme is open to all nationalities.
Candidates with international qualifications should have outstanding academic results and extra-curricular activities. Candidates should have offered Advanced Mathematics, Phyiscs and Chemistry at High School level and will be required to offer these subjects at the University Entrance Examination, if shortlisted.
Application for the Scholars Programme for international students is open. The closing date for the Scholars Programme is the same as the application for admission.
Terms and Conditions
Students on the CN Yang Scholars Programme will be awarded the Nanyang Scholarship which covers the entire duration of the undergraduate studies on condition that scholars maintain a minimum CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) of 3.5 over 5. The academic performance is monitored on a semester basis.
The Nanyang Scholarship ceases once the student is no longer placed on the CN Yang Scholars Programme.
The scholarship covers the following:
Tuition fee directly payable by students (after Tuition Grant)
Living allowance of $6,000 per annum Book allowance of $500 per annum Computer allowance of $1,500 (One-off) Settling in allowance of $250 (One-off)
The CN Yang Scholar would be guaranteed a place in the hall of residence during the 4 years of his undergraduate life.
Candidates in receipt of other scholarships are not eligible for the Nanyang Scholarship.
There is no bond attached to the Nanyang Scholarship apart from the 3-year bond applicable to all foreign students under the Tuition Grant Scheme.
Please satisfy yourself of your eligibility for the application before submitting the application form. False information or willful suppression of material facts will render your application disqualified, or if the Scholarship is awarded to you, the award will be invalid and you will be required to pay back the amounts received.
The CN Yang Scholars Programme is tenable for the pursuit of any Science and Engineering course in NTU except Maritime Studies.
For more details on the CN Yang Scholars Programme, click here.