Arts | Scholarship for Nigerians and Africans - Part 5

Malta Government (S.Europe) Scholarships for International Applicants

A vibrant arts sector underpins a healthy, open, contemporary society. An energised, growing and sustainable arts community, which spans all art forms and delivers quality outcomes, will sustain an even more demanding leisure industry and is vital to ensure the future cultural, social, intellectual and economic wellbeing of Malta.

Aims and Objectives
Without prejudice to, and in line with, clause 1 above, the Arts Scholarships Scheme shall have the following aims and objectives:

the Arts Scholarship scheme aims at providing more opportunities to promote specialisation in the arts, including performance, music, dance, design, creative writing, film and the visual arts or any combination there of;these scholarships are intended to support individuals who are exceptionally talented in any field of the arts so that one is able to pursue a programme of studies leading to a specialised level in the arts.

Scholarship Application Deadline:29 April 2011

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IMPRS-UFAST PhD Scholarship Programme, Germany: ultrafast imaging with a view to exploring structural changes of atoms, molecules, condensed, biological, or warm dense matter on femtosecond time scales.

IMPRS-UFAST is a PhD programme which offers unique training opportunities in the field of ultrafast imaging with a view to exploring structural changes of atoms, molecules, condensed, biological, or warm dense matter on femtosecond time scales. Students work and research alongside an international and interdisciplinary team of experts with access to first-class research facilities and whilst obtaining a PhD degree. Our mission is to enable young scientists to achieve their full potential through supervised thesis research complemented by a multifaceted programme of lectures, interactive workshops and advanced courses. The duration of the programme is 3 years.
IMPRS-UFAST students normally graduate from the programme with a doctorate (Dr. rer. Nat, the German equivalent to a PhD) which is awarded by the University of Hamburg. The language of instruction is English and the Research School strives to attract a diversity of talented students from around the world. Funding in form of stipends and PhD contracts is available. Applicants will hold or are about to receive an MSc, a German “Diplom” or an equivalent degree in an area relevant to the programme. Please apply online under . The programme starts in October 2011.The IMPRS-UFAST is a collaboration of the Max Planck Society, the University of Hamburg, Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY), and European XFEL GmbH. The location of the School is Hamburg, Germany.

Scholarship Application Deadline: 10 April 2011

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Newcastle University Latin America Scholarship – Mexico, UK: Humanities Arts and Social Sciences (HASS), Science, Agriculture and Engineering (SAgE), and Medical Sciences

Newcastle University is delighted to announce a new international scholarship scheme.  2 scholarships will be available to Mexican students beginning postgraduate courses in Newcastle University in September 2011. The value of each award is £3000, payable towards the full international tuition fee.
Eligibility: In order to apply for one of these scholarships you must satisfy the following conditions: you must be a national of (or permanently domiciled) Mexico. You must hold a Conditional or Unconditional offer of a place on a Postgraduate degree programme at Newcastle University. You must have been assessed as international/overseas for fees purposes. You intend to register to start your studies during the 2011-12 academic years

Scholarship Application Deadline: 30th June 2011

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