Keyword : Fulbright Scholarship, Doctoral Scholarship at Fulbright, USA Scholarship
The deadline for the submission of application materials for all programs is May 31, 2007.
Maximum grant duration is three years. Preference will be given to applicants who serve as faculty members of state and private institutions of higher education in Indonesia. Applicants will possess:
◘ a Master’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.00 scale) ◘ leadership qualities ◘ a good understanding of Indonesian and international cultures ◘ a deep commitment to the chosen field of study ◘ a willingness to return to Indonesia upon completion of the Fulbright program ◘ a minimum TOEFL score of 600.
FULBRIGHT DOCTORAL DISSERTATION RESEARCH PROGRAM at USA
Keyword :Informasi Beasiswa, FULBRIGHT DOCTORAL, DISSERTATION RESEARCH PROGRAM, FULBRIGHTScholarship, Scholarship at USA
The deadline for the submission of application materials for all programs is May 31, 2007.
This research grant is intended to provide U.S. research opportunities for Indonesian university doctoral candidates who are in the final stages of writing their dissertation. The grant duration is for a period of three to six months. The applicant should have a minimum TOEFL score of 575 to participate in this program.
HOW TO APPLY
Candidates should complete the appropriate application forms and return them to AMINEF by the application deadline. Forms are available either by mail or in person at the AMINEF Office, Gedung Balai Pustaka, 6th floor, Jl. Gunung Sahari Raya 4, Jakarta 10720. Application forms may also be downloaded from the AMINEF Website at the following URL: www.aminef.or.id. Please return completed application forms to the AMINEF office along with a copy of your most recent TOEFL score and at least one letter of reference.
Exoplanetary Systems Research - Utrecht University at Netherlands
Applications and letters of reference are due by : 1 May 2007
Netherlands Exoplanetary Systems Research - Utrecht University
We have received funding for a high-precision imaging polarimeter to study the formation, evolution and structure of extra-solar planetary systems by detecting the polarization of starlight scattered by circumstellar material. The available position will primarily be in the areas of data analysis, interpretation, and modelling. The student will also have the opportunity to contribute to the design, construction, and calibration of the instrument.
The position is available starting from June 1, 2007 as a full-time temporary appointment for four years. Gross salary starts with 1956 euro per month and increases to 2502 euro in the fourth year of employment. The salary is supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8% and a year-end bonus of 3% per year. In addition we offer: a pension scheme, partially paid parental leave, facilities for child care. Conditions are based on the Collective Employment Agreement of the Dutch Universities. Further information about the position can be obtained from Dr Sandra Jeffers (S.V.Jeffers@astro.uu.nl) or Prof.dr Christoph Keller (C.U.Keller@astro.uu.nl). More information about the department of Physics and Astronomy and the Astronomical Institute can be found at www.phys.uu.nl and www.astro.uu.nl/siu/
Applications, including a research statement, a current CV, a list of publications, and three reference letters should be sent to:
The Personnel Office, Department of Physics and Astronomy, P.O. Box 80000, 3508 TA Utrecht, the Netherlands or by e-mail to: email@example.com. Please mention vacancy number 63706.
MPhil/PhD Scholarship in the Faculty of Arts, University of Plymouth at UK
The Scholarship will commence on : 1 October 2007
Applications are invited for a Scholarship in the Faculty of Arts, University of Plymouth for practice-led postgraduate research (MPhil/PhD) specialising in Three Dimensional Design. The Scholarship will commence on 1 October 2007.
We will consider proposals in any area of Design but would particularly welcome those from well-qualified applicants that relate to the following areas of our expertise:
- Design for a Sustainable Future - Digital Design for Creative Manufacturing - Design Thinking Expressed Through Making - Approaches to Trans-disciplinary Design Methods. The scholarship (UK/EU fees plus stipend of £12500 per annum for 2007/8) will be awarded to a new, full time student for 3 years (subject to satisfactory progress). Applications from non-UK/EU students are welcome with the expectation that funds have been secured to meet the difference in fee level. The successful candidate will have a good first degree, and preferably an MA or MDes (or equivalent experience) in a relevant discipline.
You will need to show potential to develop a range of appropriate advanced research skills. Scholarship applications will be assessed on a competitive basis reflecting scholarly, professional and industrial merit. We are concerned with the originality, viability and quality of the application and with its relevance and potential contribution to our research communities. The successful candidate will be part of a thriving University Design culture that offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes (3ddesign.org.uk), and will be located within Innovate, the Faculty’s Centre for Creative Industries (http://www.innovatecentre.co.uk)
How to Apply Applications should be made on a University of Plymouth Postgraduate Study application form. Please complete, sign and return your application form by post to the following address: The Faculty of Arts Research & Graduate Affairs Office, University of Plymouth, Earl Richards Road North, Exeter, Devon EX2 6AS, U.K.
In Section 1 of the form (’Programme of Study’) please write ‘Design Innovation Scholarship’. You should include a 500 word summary of your chosen project (in Section 8). Although you must provide names and details for two referees (Section 11), these will only be taken up if you are shortlisted for the Scholarship. Please note that you are expected to submit (e.g. via CD-rom) appropriate visual evidence of your ability to undertake the proposed project , or direct us to a website where this is accessible. If shortlisted, you will have the opportunity to supplement this material at interview (e.g. via portfolio).
Interviews will be held in Plymouth (to be held between 4 - 8 June 2007). If you are unavailable on any of these dates, please let us know when you submit your application. Non-UK applicants may be interviewed by video-conferencing.
Closing date for applications is 7 May 2007.
For further information about this opportunity, please contact the Faculty of Arts Research & Graduate Affairs Office: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (01392) 485087. www.plymouth.ac.uk/arts
Marie Curie Summer School 2007 on Knowledge Based Materials, Partial Melts and Amorphous Materials in France
The deadline for applications for funding for this year’s Summer School is : April 30th 2007
Following on from the successful 2005 Marie Curie Summer School on Single-Phase Materials, held in Hürtgenwald, Germany, and the 2006 school on Polyphase and Composite Materials in Älvdalen, Sweden are pleased to announce this year’s Summer School, which focuses on Partial Melts and Amorphous Materials. This year’s event will be hosted by Dr Mark Jessell from the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, and will run from the 20th to the 30th of August, 2007. The full presentations of the 2005 & 2006 summer schools, together with information on the 2007 event, including a list of speakers and the online application form may be found at:
Details of the eligibility requirements to receive one of the 30 EU fully funded places, and fees for non-eligible participants can be found at the above address. Research scientists not eligible for EU funding are also most welcome to apply on a fee-paying basis and should use the same application form.
Scholarships for Young Postgraduate Students in Islamicjerusalem Studies at United Kingdom
Application deadline : 15 May 2007
Islamic Research Academy (ISRA) is pleased to announce the continuation of it scholarships for Young Postgraduate Students in Islamicjerusalem Studies.
This year, there are a number of full and partial scholarships for young postgraduate students wishing to study full-time for an M.Litt. in Islamicjerusalem Studies at Al-Maktoum Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies- University of Aberdeen. The scholarship is only for one year beginning from September 2007. Winners of the scholarship will undertake the taught full-time M.Litt. course in Islamicjerusalem Studies at Al-Maktoum Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies in Dundee.
These prestigious scholarship schemes are serious efforts on the part of ISRA to prepare a team of scholars in this new field of inquiry, and a great human investment to prepare an academic team of young scholars as specialists in Islamicjerusalem Studies.
The full scholarship will cover the full student tuition fee and will also include a fixed monthly sum to cover living expenses (£500). Applicants for the scholarships will normally be required to hold at least a second upper Honours degree (2.1) in an appropriate discipline and the scholarships would particularly suit recent graduates who can show potential to excel.
CRITERIA FOR APPLYING
To apply for ISRA’s scholarship the candidate must normally fit the following criteria:
Candidates will normally be required to hold at least a second upper Honours degree (2.1) in an appropriate discipline. Any applicant whose first language is not English is required to have an IELTS score of 6.5 or above (including a score of 6 in the writing section); or equivalent (e.g. TOFEL 580) The candidate must be able to demonstrate evidence of interest in Islamicjerusalem Studies. This can be shown by submitting three copies of any relevant academic works including published or unpublished papers, books, manuscripts, monographs, etc. As the scholarships would particularly suit young recent graduates, applicants should be no more than 30 years old (ie: born after the year 1977) Administrative contact and how to apply: Applications can be made by submitting (non returnable):
A letter to the Secretary-General of the Islamic Research Academy explaining why the candidate should receive the scholarship. Al-Maktoum Institute/University of Aberdeen application Form for postgraduate studies (Fully completed and signed). Copies of degrees certificates and transcripts. Evidence of interest in the field. Written references from two academic referees. Three copies of the candidate’s Curriculum Vitae (CV). A copy of the candidate’s birth certificate. Proof of English language proficiency, i.e. IELTS certificate.
Further information and an application form can be found at: http://www.isra.org.uk/english/scholA.html
All applications should be submitted to:
Secretary General Islamic Research Academy (ISRA) 124 Blackness Road, Dundee, DD1 5PE United Kingdom
DISCLAIMER: All submissions will be referred to the Scholarships Committee at the Islamic Research Academy who will select the award winners. The Committee has the right to hold back the scholarships in the event that there is no suitable candidate(s). The decision of the committee is final, with no review procedures. Successful candidates will be expected to sign an agreement with the sponsor and start studying the full-time taught Masters course in September 2007; subject to them receiving an unconditional offer of acceptant from the University of Aberdeen to study at Al-Maktoum Institute.
PhD studentship in Physics, Queen’s University at Canada
Application Send resume and references to:
Dr. Kevin Robbie Department of Physics Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6 Canada
+1 (613) 533-2714 (phone) +1 (613) 533-6463 (fax)
We have an immediate opening for a student with a background in thin film physics or nanomaterials interested in pursuing a PhD or Masters at Queen’s University. We are particularly interested in those specializing in optics or photonics. Candidates require at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Physics, Engineering Physics, Materials Science or a related discipline. Students will gain experience working in an exciting lab, exploring fundamental questions of chaos and fractal growth of nanomaterials, while developing useful applications in optics, photonic crystals, and electromagnetic devices. Students will gain experience with thin film fabrication and nanotechnology in a state-of-the-art cleanroom and use equipment including a variable-angle spectroscopic ellipsometer, a custom designed deposition system, and an atomic force microscope.
Skills that are beneficial include: hands-on experience in a research lab, experience in a thin film fabrication facility, experience with ellipsometry, strong optics and photonics training, Labview programming experience, strong computer skills, and a careful, methodical approach to research and the scientific method.