The Crawford Fund Fellowship has been set up to provide further training for an agricultural scientist whose work has shown potential. This prestigious Award provides an opportunity for the successful candidate to spend a period of focussed study and training in Australia.


Deadline: April, 2011.


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The United World Colleges scholarships


Those scholarships are for 11th graders to gain an International Baccalaureate degree and the unique experience at one of the United World Colleges. Scholarships include tuition, room and board for two years of study at the school. Air tickets, pocket money, medical insurance and other costs are not normally included.


Deadline: March 31, 2011.


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2011 World Bank International Essay Competition


Young people are on the move. Improvements in transportation, technology development and increased international trade, as well as issues such as unemployment, war, health and economic hardship have prompted more young people to migrate within and across national borders in search of work, education and a better quality of life. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) estimates that young people between 15 and 30 years of age account for about one-third of all migrants. The World Bank International Essay Competition 2011 would like to hear your views on the opportunities, challenges and implications of youth migration.


Deadline: March 17, 2011


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The Sunday Business Post CIMA Scholarship


UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) are delighted to partner with The Sunday Business Post to offer readers the chance to win a scholarship to cover full tuition fees for an MSc in Strategic Management Accounting, worth up to €13,000 over the two year programme period.


Deadline: May 31, 2011. 


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Harold White Fellowships


The National Library of Australia offers annual fellowships to established researchers and writers. Established by the Council of the National Library of Australia in 1983 as the National Library Fellowships, the first Fellows commenced their research at the Library in 1984. The fellowships were renamed in honour of Sir Harold White CBE (1905-1992), the first National Librarian, in 1985.


The fellowships scheme aims to promote the Library as a centre of scholarly activity and research, encourage scholarly and literary use of the Library’s collections and production of publications arisin