Beasiswa Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program

The Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program is celebrating 50 years! Since the plan’s inception in 1959, the Government of Canada has provided scholarships of excellence to all member countries of the Commonwealth. The CCSP goal is to promote Canadian values and identity around the world and to help meet the human capital needs of developing countries.

Canada also played a leadership role in the establishment of the international Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan and is the largest contributor to this program after the United Kingdom.

* Graduate Students Exchanges (GSEP) are hosted by Canadian institutions for a period of five or six months and provide up to $10,000 to cover transportation, living and other related expenses during the students’ stay in Canada.

Student application process

Students interested in this scholarship program should contact their home institution to make their interest known, and to find out if there is an institutional collaboration or exchange agreement with a Canadian institution. The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) provides a database of international exchange agreements which, while not exhaustive, does provide a list of some existing agreements.

An institutional exchange agreement is desirable, however, where no agreement yet exists, research applications by students which may result in a new collaboration between professors from a Canadian and foreign university will be considered.

Further Scholarship Information and Application


StuNed Scholarship Programme

StuNed is a scholarship programme that aims to contribute to the development of Indonesia through strengthening the human resources of Indonesian organizations. Graduates commit themselves to return to Indonesia immediately after graduation and to be actively involved in the development.

StuNed – Master Country of origin

Field of study

Level of study

Requirements for application

Candidate must:

· have the Indonesian nationality

· have an S1 degree or equivalent with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.75

· have relevant work experience of at least two years (prior to the application deadline) by the present employer

· be young professionals who work for the government, NGO’s or universities
· have an academic or professional background related to the subject of the course,
· have a strong motivation to follow the chosen study programme
· have a high level of English proficiency; TOEFL Computer based 213, or ITP 550, IELTS 6)
· not have studied abroad in the past two years
· posses a (provisional) admission letter to the chosen study programme
· be no older than 40 (men) or 45 (women) years of age
· be in good health
· be available full time for the entire period of the study programme or course and be able to participate in and complete all courses

Deadline for application : 30 April 2010


· tuition fee
· monthly living allowance
· insurance package (travel, health, third party liability)
· international travel expenses
· travel expenses in the Netherlands directly related to the study programme
· contribution to study related expenses, such as books and study materials and shipping charges (total allowance depends on the length of the study)
· reimbursement of expenses for the residence permit

Further Scholarhship Information and Application

Beasiswa International Scholarships in Japan – SISF Foundation Scholarship 2010

Beasiswa International Scholarships in Japan – SISF Foundation Scholarship 2010
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SISF Scholarship 2010 April; applications are now open

We have received a notification from Sato International Scholarship Foundation (SISF) for their scholarship program for April, 2010.

* Students from the Following Countries are Eligible to Apply :
Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, East Timor, Vietnam.

* Amount of Scholarship
Undergraduate students 120,000 yen/month
Graduate students 180,000 yen /month (plus additional support to cover cost for attending conrerences)
* Duration of Scholarship : 2 years
* Number of Scholarships Granted : Around 10 students will be accepted.
* Details : Please check SISF’s website.

* How to apply :
You are required to apply through the Gakumu-gakari (educational affairs section ) of your Faculty/Division. First, please check the application deadline date of your Faculty/Division, then hand in all the application documents by the date.

Beasiswa African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme 2011, Sweden

The purpose of the programme
One important task of the Nordic Africa Institute is to establish and maintain relations with African research communities. This is inter alia carried out through a Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme, the aim of which is to provide opportunities for its participants to pursue their own research projects, thereby indirectly strengthening the academic milieux in African countries, and promoting scholarly exchange with Nordic research communities.

Who can apply ?
The Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme is directed at senior scholars in Africa engaged in research on/about the African continent with a proven track record of extensive post-graduate research experiences. We would especially like to encourage women to apply for these scholarships.

Applications are invited from scholars preferably with research projects related to the following current research clusters at the Institute :

1. Agrarian Change, Property and Resources
2. Conflict, Displacement and Transformation
3. Globalization, Trade and Regional Integration
4. Urban Dynamics

Please see this website for more details on the research clusters. Applicants are requested to identify which research theme they want to be attached to.

Grants and facilities

The Guest Researcher’s scholarship includes a return air-fare (Economy Class), accommodation, a subsistence allowance of SEK (Swedish kronor) 300 (approx. USD 40) a day plus an installation grant of SEK 2,500 (approx. USD 350), a shared office and free photocopying facilities up to a maximum of 1,000 copies. Guest Researchers have access to a computer/MS Word at the office and have to do their own typing.

The maximum duration of the stay is 90 days. To be entitled to the travel costs, the Guest Researcher has to stay for at least two months.

Please note that most academic institutions in the Nordic countries, including the Nordic Africa Institute, are closed or at least running at a reduced capacity during the periods 15 June–15 August and 15 December–15 January. Applicants are thus asked to avoid these periods.

The Institute’s library is specialized in literature on contemporary Africa. Guest researchers also have access to the Uppsala University Library, the Dag Hammarskjöld Library and the Library of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Expected commitments

As a part of the exchange between the Guest Researchers and the Nordic institutions, each Guest Researcher is expected to make a lecture tour to at least one other Nordic country. Train or special fare air tickets and accommodation will be provided for this trip.

Sometimes, the Institute also invites the Guest Researcher to write a short article for its website. In addition the Guest Researcher is invited to produce a discussion paper to be published within the Institute’s publications’ series. The draft of the discussion paper should be presented preferably in a public forum prior to the end of the stay in Uppsala.

The application should contain

* a complete application form (pdf) (3 copies)
* an up-to-date curriculum vitæ (3 copies)
* a well elaborated research proposal outlining the main features of the research topic pursued during the period in Uppsala, and the expected result (3 copies)
* copies of and/or references to the applicant’s writings
* a letter of support from his/her Head of Department or other senior scholar in the same field.

Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.


Applications for positions in 2011 must reach the Institute by 1 April, 2010 . Please note that airmail from Africa may take several weeks to reach Sweden. Selection of Guest Researchers will take place during April–May 2010.

The application should be addressed to

The Programme Officer
The African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet
P.O. Box 1703
SE-751 47 Uppsala, Sweden
For further information, please contact
Nina Klinge-Nygård, (, phone +46 18 56 22 34

Beasiswa Scholarships for a Master’s Course in MathMods (Mathematical Modelling in Engineering)

Beasiswa Scholarships for a Master’s Course in MathMods (Mathematical Modelling in Engineering)
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Scholarships for a Master’s Course in MathMods (Mathematical Modelling in Engineering)

Job Description : Several Erasmus Mundus scholarships are offered by the European Commission to both non-European and European students to attend MathMods MSc course. Some scholarships are exclusively dedicated to students from Western Balkans and Turkey.

MathMods is a two-year Master of Science (MSc) programme (120 ECTS) within 5 European universities, providing students with a cross cultural education while getting acquainted with both theory and applications of mathematical modelling in engineering.

The MathMods Master’s degree course will be given in four semesters. Each semester will total 30 ECTS credits. Mobility scheme will provide for at least two locations. The first year will be common for all students. This will guarantee an equal knowledge platform for all of them. The second year will be divided into five tracks, which reflect the partners’ field of excellence. Students will spend their fourth semester on preparing their Master’s Thesis.
* First semester: Theory (UAQ)
* Second semester: Numerics (at either UNSA or UHH)
* Third semester: Applications (UAB / UHH / UAQ / GUT / UNSA)
* Fourth semester: Thesis (UAB / UHH / UAQ / GUT / UNSA)

The language of the whole course will be exclusively English at each of the five universities. Students will also have to attend a local language course during the semester they are spending in each university partner.

Admission criteria. Applicants must have obtained a recognized Bachelor’s Degree (BS, BSc, SB, etc.) – or a degree at the level of a Bachelor’s Degree, for instance its equivalent from a college, university, or technical school of high standing, or 180 ECTS credits in the European system – in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Engineering with a large background in Mathematics.

All applicants whose native language is not English are required to prove a satisfactory level of spoken and written English, certified by TOEFL (550 points), IELTS (6.0 points) or equivalent.
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Category : Scholarships, Master of Science
Contact address : MathMods Programme
Dipartimento di Matematica Pura e Applicata
Università degli Studi dell’Aquila
Via Vetoio (Coppito) 1
L’Aquila (AQ)