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 arising from that scholarship, and to promote the Library’s rich and varied collections. Four to seven fellowships, of periods from three to six months, are awarded annually.


Deadline: April 30, 2011.


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Oslo Peace Scholarship


The Graduate Studies in International Affairs (GSIA) program in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, in partnership with the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO) and Bjørknes College, offers one scholarship each year for full-time study in the Master of International Affairs specialising in Peace and Conflict Studies degree program.


Deadline: April 30, 2011


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MS/PhD scholarships at SEARCA


The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) invites applications for its graduate scholarship (MS and PhD) in agriculture and related fields (including biological sciences, social sciences, economics and statistics, forestry and fisheries, environmental sciences, agro-industrial technology and engineering, biochemistry, and development management) for School Year 2011-2012.


Deadlines : 1 April and 1 September.


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Master in Public Administration Scholarship


The 1-year Master in Public Administration (MPA) programme provides an intensive, interdisciplinary course of study for experienced professionals who wish to acquire new knowledge and skills to enhance their leadership and managerial capabilities.


Taught by expert faculty using a problem-based learning approach and real-world case studies, MPA students learn to apply the techniques of policy analysis and programme evaluation to resolve complex multi-dimensional policy challenges, as well as sharpen their leadership and communication skills. The School also conducts an active programme of seminars and public lectures by political, not-for-profit and business leaders to enable all students to complement their formal learning with the opportunity to interact with distinguished individuals who are shaping the future.


The MPA class comprises approximately 60 accomplished and motivated individuals who bring with them a wealth of diverse experiences to enhance the classroom learning experience. Students come from many different countries – from Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Asia and the Pacific and Africa. They work in a variety of sectors such as finance, trade, education, media, health, transport, housing, foreign affairs and development. Despite their short time together, or perhaps because of the shared experience of learning and working under tremendous pressure, MPA students forge an enduring international network of professional and personal contacts.


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The Vietnam Anti-corruption Initiative Program 2011 (VACI 2011)


The Vietnam Anti-corruption Initiative Program 2011 (VACI 2011) with the theme “Strengthening public integrity and law implementation for effective anti-corruption” is co-organized by the Government Inspectorate and the World Bank. VACI 2011 aims at seeking and providing seed-funding to innovative ideas at grassroots levels that help develop a service oriented public administration, strengthen public integrity and public service ethics, strengthen transparency and the right to access information and improve effectiveness of law implementing. The Program also creates opportunities for local innovators to meet, exchange ideas, share information and network with other people responding to the same concerns. The co-organizers as well as co-sponsors of the VACI 2011 would like to invite you all to participate in the Program and submit your proposals to the Organizing Committee.


Deadline: May 31, 2011


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Fulbright Scholarship for Master's Study Programs AY2012


The Fulbright Program in Vietnam, U.S. Embassy - Hanoi is pleased to announce the new application cycle of the Fulbright Vietnamese Student Scholarship Program. This Program provides qualified Vietnamese citizens with full scholarships to support master's study programs in the U.S. that begin in the academic year 2012-2013.


Deadline: April 1, 2011.


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Talisman Vietnam Postgraduate Scholarship


To enhance the quality of the local workforce in the oil and gas industry of Vietnam, Talisman Vietnam Limited is pleased to sponsor two full postgraduate scholarships for fall enrollment of the 2011 academic year for Vietnamese professionals wishing to undertake a Master’s degree in petroleum related fields at the University of Alberta, Canada.


Deadline: April 30, 2011.


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ASEAN Secondary and Pre-University Scholarships - Ministry of Education (Singapore)


The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Scholarships aim to provide opportunities to the young people of ASEAN to develop their potential and equip them with skills that will enable them to confidently step into the new millennium.


Citizens of any one of ASEAN countries (Philippines; Indonesia; Thailand; Vietnam; Brunei; Singapore; Laos; Cambodia; Burma; Malaysia) are eligible to participate.


Deadline: Varies


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Asian Development Bank: Japan Scholarship Program


The Japan Scholarship Program provides an opportunity for well-qualified citizens of ADB's developing member countries to pursue postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions in the Asian and Pacific Region. The ADB-JSP provides full scholarships for one to two years. Applications must be received at least 6 months prior to commencement of studies.


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International Foundation of Science (IFS) Research Grants


Applications for IFS Research Grants are welcome from young scientists in developing countries to do research on the sustainable management, use or conservation of biological or water resources. This broad statement covers natural science and social science research on agriculture, soils, animal production, food science, forestry, agroforestry, aquatic resources, natural products, water resources, etc. Applications are accepted all year and are to be made on an IFS Application Form.


This grant is for citizen of a developing country, with a Master’s degree and under 40 years of age.


Deadline: June 30, 2011.


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e8 scholarship on sustainable energy development


The purpose of the e8 scholarship is to support outstanding students pursuing advanced studies in sustainable energy development and to encourage meaningful contributions to the collective body of knowledge about this subject.


The e8 considers an outstanding student to be one


who graduates with excellent grades in the top 20% of her/his class

who is determined to advance her/his knowledge and understanding

who has a history of community involvement

who is committed to sustainable energy

who is committed to return and contribute to her/his home country


To be eligible to apply for this scholarship, students must:


- plan to undertake studies at the Masters level in areas directly related to sustainable energy development


- be citizens of the developing countries and territories identified for OECD official development aid in the DAC List of ODA Recipients effective as of 2006.


The e8 Masters Scholarship deadline is March 11, 2011.  


Request for Research Proposals - Earthwatch Institute


The institute supports scholarly field research worldwide in the biological, physical, social, and cultural sciences. The priority research areas are: climate change, oceans, sustainable cultures, and sustainable resource management.  


Deadline: Continuous


Relation Between Education and Social Opportunity - Research Programs; Spencer Foundation


The Spencer Foundation provides funding for research projects that study education in the United States and abroad. The foundation funds research grants that range in size from smaller grants that can be completed within a year, to larger, multi-year endeavors.


Deadline: Continuous


Social Science Capability Building Award - Social Policy Evaluation and Research Committee (SPEaR); New Zealand Government


The Social Science Capability Building Award funds innovative workshops, seminars and speakers that address the needs of professional social scientists, research students, policy practitioners, and/or social policy agencies. This award is focused on skills-building to increase social science capability by linking New Zealanders with national and international experts on relevant social policy topics and methodologies.


Deadline: May 2011


Asian Youth Fellowship (AYF) - Japan Foundation Asia Center; Japan Foundation – Tokyo


The Japan Foundation offers scholarships for Asian students to study the Japanese language, who wish to study at graduate schools in Japan and have strong wish to contribute to regional cooperation after obtaining a masters or Ph.D. degree. The objective of AYF program is to nurture human resources for the regional cooperation and development of the area, as well as to promote and enhance friendship and mutual understanding among Asian countries.


Deadline: Continuous


Visiting Scholars Program - Harvard-Yenching Institute (HYI)


HYI is an independent foundation dedicated to advancing higher education in Asia in the humanities and social sciences, with special attention to the study of Asian culture. The institute's Visiting Scholars Program offers younger faculty members in the humanities and social sciences the opportunity to undertake postdoctoral research at Harvard University. The proposed research project should be related to the humanities and social sciences with an emphasis on culture.


Deadline: September 30, 2011


World Forest Institute (WFI) International Fellowship - Bringing Together Foresters from Around the World


The Fellowship Program offers participants many opportunities, such as:


Conducting studies in the Pacific Northwest related to forestry; Meeting with many different forestry organizations and corporations; Building a network of forestry contacts ; and Promoting the dissemination and exchange of information regarding global forest resources and their utilization.


Fellows leave the program with a solid understanding of how the US forestry sector operates and who the key players are. Additionally, Fellows gain invaluable cultural experience and English language skills.


The Fellowship is a Blend of Research, Networking, and Cultural Exchange


WFI brings Fellows in three times each year: May 1, and October 1. These are our preferential dates, but we are flexible and willing to work with any other schedule you may have. If you are planning for a full year Fellowship, the start date is unimportant. If planning for a shorter Fellowship, we recommend that your stay encompass the summer months (June through October). During the summer months more site visits are scheduled due to drier weather. Applications are due two months prior to the start date.


Abe Fellowship - Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP)


The Abe Fellowship is designed to encourage international multidisciplinary research on topics of pressing global concern. The program seeks to foster the development of a new generation of researchers who are interested in policy-relevant topics of long-range importance and who are willing to become key members of a bilateral and global research network built around such topics.


Deadline: April 1, 2011


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