masters program | Scholarship for Nigerians and Africans - Part 2

2011 Biosciences International Scholarships at University of Exeter, UK

Please submit an application for the programme, together with a supporting statement of up to 500 words describing what you hope to achieve with this MSc, plus your transcripts. The Course Director will award scholarships on the basis of both your application to the programme and your scholarship supporting statement.Three scholarships of £3,000 each for high-calibre International students starting one of our eligible Biosciences Masters programme in 2011.

Scholarship Application Deadline:30 June 2011

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Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy (ADA) Bachelors and Masters Scholarships 2011 for International Students: International Studies, Business Administration

The Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy (ADA), Government of Azerbaijan, is a school of International Affairs located in Baku, at the center of an increasingly significant part of the world, has offered scholarships for foreign students for Bachelor or Master studies for the Academic Year 2011-12. The details are as under:

Programs Offered:
Bachelors Program:
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (BAIS)

For either degree, the curriculum is divided into two components:
General Education: Year 1 and 2
Specialized Education: Year 3 and 4

The applicants who are selected in ADA will take one-year Intensive English Language Program (IELP). Those who pass the English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT) at the end of the IELP start their study in the first year of the four year bachelor program.

Masters Program:

Master in Diplomacy and International Affairs (MADIA)
· International Security and Conflict Resolution
· Caspian Basin Studies specializations

Scholarship Application Deadline:1 May 2011

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Chevening UCL Israel Alumni Association and Chaim Herzog Award in UK -2011: Public policy, governance and politics.

The University College London (UCL) Israel Alumni Association and the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) offer an annual award in memory of the late President Chaim Herzog. The award will enable the recipient to undertake a Masters Programme at UCL in September 2011. All applications will be considered, however priority is given to public policy, governance and politics.Competition for Chevening scholarships is intense. A typical successful applicant would be:

A graduate with proven academic skills. Committed to return to Israel and contribute to the socio-economic and/or political development through implementing new skills and knowledge acquired in the UK. Be able to show at interview that they possess the personal qualities to benefit from their scholarship and use it to succeed in their chosen career. Have a clear idea how their scholarship will benefit Israel on their return with the potential to rise to senior and influential positions in the public or private sectors. Have excellent English Language skills, that will meet the entry requirements for admission onto Postgraduate courses in the UK. Applicants should be Israeli nationals currently living in Israel. Preference is given to candidates who have a proven track record of success or excellence in their professional life, and who display intellectual ability and leadership potential. Preference will be given to applicants who have never studied in the UK. Preference is given to Masters candidates. PhD candidates will not be considered. We welcome applications for scholarships.

Scholarship Application Deadline:18 March 2011

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