University of Canterbury Doctoral Scholarships are tenable for study towards the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Canterbury.
To be eligible for a scholarship, an applicant must have met the academic requirements for enrolment in the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Canterbury on 10 December (for those applying by 15 October), or 15 June (for those applying by 15 May) in the year of application.
Students already enrolled for the PhD at the University may apply for a scholarship, although this will normally be considered only for students in their first or second year of study.
Please note that applications forms are only available from approximately 8 weeks ahead of the closing date. For external scholarships, please refer to details on the External Web Site below.
While every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct, applicants are advised to check the application forms and regulations for eligibility criteria, scholarship value and tenure, and closing dates.
VLIR-UOS awards scholarships to students from developing countries so that they can follow a master or training programme in Belgium. These scholarships cover all related expenses. Every year, VLIR-UOS awards up to 180 scholarships to first-year master students and 70 scholarships to training participants.
All programmes are specifically designed for people in positions of responsibility in civil society (e.g. universities, schools, NGOs, local communities, governments).
The target group for master programmes comprises students from developing countries. Training programmes are tailored to people from developing countries with a certain degree of professional experience.
Although these programmes are primarily oriented towards students and professionals from developing countries, they are also open to other people.
Applicants applying for both academic admission and a VLIR-UOS scholarship need to consider both the admission requirements and the scholarship criteria. Applicants applying for academic admission but not for a scholarship simply need to fulfill only the admission requirements of the host university running the programme.
The host university is in charge of the academic admission of applications. Study results will be taken into consideration during the selection, but the most important academic selection criteria are relevant professional experience and prospects for applying the acquired insights after return to the developing country. The academic admission requirements are specific to every programme. Please peruse the requirements from the relevant programme.
A joint selection committee of VLIR-UOS and the host university is responsible for selecting scholarships. The host university – not the applicant – forwards the scholarship applications to the VLIR-UOS secretariat if the academic admission requirements are met. The VLIR-UOS scholarship criteria relate to the qualifications required of all scholarship applicants and selection criteria evaluated by the selection committee. Download the VLIR-UOS scholarship criteria at the bottom of this page.
IHS awards Humane Studies Fellowships of up to $15,000 to graduate students and outstanding undergraduates planning academic careers with liberty-advancing research interests.
Overview The application for the Humane Studies Fellowship is now available!
Last year, we awarded more than $650,000 to 190 students pursuing degrees at universities worldwide. They study in disciplines such as sociology, economics, psychology, history, law, and philosophy.
The fellows are researching ideas that will further individual liberty - ideas such as the influence of historical events upon contemporary laws, how individuals respond to government restrictions, and potential new institutions and approaches that maximize freedom of action.
To be eligible for the fellowship, you must be an undergraduate in your junior or senior year or a graduate student pursuing a degree in any subject at any university full-time during the 2010-2011 academic year. Citizens of all countries are eligible to apply.
For the 2010 entering MBA class, more than 75 percent received scholarships assistance with the average award exceeding US$15,000 per year. For the class entering in August 2011, our maximum scholarship package will be US$89,500 throughout the duration of the program - nearly a full tuition waiver.
In a city over 50 academic institutions and a distinct cosmopolitan flavor, Boston University and the School of Management stands out as one of North America`s top 10 international universities. With nearly 4,500 international students, over 1,100 international scholars, and approximately 1,200 participants in the Center for English Language and Orientation Programs (CELOP), it is clear that Boston University is a truly global institution.
Over the next few months, our admission team will be traveling the world (Milan, London, Madrid, Istanbul, Athens) - meeting with prospective students at over 100 events on four continents. We travel far and wide in search of the strongest candidates for our portfolio of management programs.
To attract the highest quality students, we offer a range of scholarship programs. For the 2010 entering MBA class, more than 75 percent received scholarships assistance with the average award exceeding US$15,000 per year. For the class entering in August 2011, our maximum scholarship package will be US$89,500 throughout the duration of the program - nearly a full tuition waiver.
This past year we added the Master of Science in Mathematical Finance program to our portfolio of offerings. For recent graduates with a strong background and an interest in financial engineering, this three-semester program is the only of its kind in the Boston area. A required summer internship gives our graduates hands-on experience, making them more attractive for future employers. Partial scholarships awards are available.
If you have questions, or if you need additional information, please free to contact the Graduate Admission office.
Boston University School of Management Graduate Admission 595 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, Massachusetts, 02215 T 617-353-2670 F 617-353-7368