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2015 Professional Development Scholarship Program Cycle: The OAS Department of Human Development, Education and Employment is pleased to distribute Circular OAS/DHDEE/CIR.082/2014, which invites institutions in OAS Member and Permanent Observer States to submit proposals of scholarship offers for participation in their professional development courses to be held in 2015. Inquiries can be sent to: LZeaYonker@oas.org or PDSP@oas.org
Online Course: Teacher Training and Managing WEB 2.0 Tools: The Educational Portal of the Americas of the OAS, in collaboration with PADF, is offering an online course in Teacher Training and Managing WEB 2.0 tools for citizens of Barbados, Saint Lucia, and Trinidad and Tobago. Twenty-five qualified participants from each of these countries will receive a full scholarship to take the course. The objective of the course is to train teachers in the use of ICTs to develop innovative learning strategies and teaching methodologies that utilizes tools from the Web 2.0 to improve the quality of education.
Organization of American States and University of the West Indies: The Organization of American States (OAS), through the Department of Human Development, Education and Employment (DHDEE) and the University of the West Indies (UWI), through the OAS Partnerships Program for Education and Training (PAEC), are offering scholarships to qualified candidates of the Americas to participate in its masters degree programs.
German Academic Exchange Service: This website is here to help students, researchers and faculty in the USA and Canada on their journey to study or research in Germany. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is a publicly-funded independent organization of higher education institutions in Germany. Our 14 international offices provide information as well as financial support to over 57,000 highly-qualified students and faculty per year for international research and study.
OAS Scholarship Opportunities: The OAS Academic Scholarship Program (Regular Program), established in 1958, grants scholarships every year for the pursuit of Master’s Degrees, Doctoral Degrees and Research leading to a degree.
Study in Australia - For more information on studying in Australia. It provides an accurate and reliable list of all scholarships supplied by Australia-based organisations, institutions and government bodies to international students studying or planning to study in Australia on student visa.
Study in Britain and Ireland - It provides postgraduate scholarships for international students who want to study in Britain or Ireland.
The International Scholarship Search is the premier financial aid, college scholarship and international scholarship resource for students wishing to study abroad. At this site, you will find the most comprehensive listing of grants, scholarships, loan programs, and other information to assist college and university students in their pursuit to study abroad.
The Humboldt Area Foundation manages more than 200 scholarship funds. Whether you are interested in applying for a scholarship for a school or creating a fund, we hope you’ll check out the following information.2. 2012/2013 FULBRIGHT GRADUATE STUDENT PROGRAM
Under the Fulbright Graduate Student Program, candidates in the humanities, natural sciences, mathematics/engineering or social sciences who wish to continue their studies in the United States for either a Master's or a Ph.D. degree in these fields are eligible to apply. This is a very competitive program and consideration will only be given to Jamaican-citizen graduates of local universities with first-class honors, upper second-class honors, or lower second-class honors Bachelor's degrees. No one with a Pass degree or an overall C average or below may apply. Applications will be accepted by the Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the American Embassy in Kingston NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011.
INTERVIEWS of pre-screened candidates will take place in the embassy's Public Affairs Section in early-mid July 2011.
Persons with "green cards" (alien registration cards), or already pursuing studies at a U.S. university, or who are living in the United States, are NOT eligible to apply for these awards. Recipients should plan to return to Jamaica on completion of their studies in the United States and must spend at least two years in Jamaica before becoming eligible for consideration to immigrate to the U.S.
Applicants will be required to take the next sitting of the paper-based Graduate Record Examination (GRE) on February 12, 2011 (registration deadline/receipt date at the Educational Testing Service [ETS] in Princeton, New Jersey: December 31, 2010). Detailed information about the GRE can be obtained at www.gre.org<http://www.gre.org>. To schedule an appointment for the paper-based Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), one may do so on-line at www.mba.com<http://www.mba.com/>; by calling 1-800-GMAT-NOW; or by completing the International Test Scheduling Form in the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) bulletin, if paying with a U.S. credit card. There is no test center for the GMAT in Jamaica. Applicants must submit their GRE or GMAT scores along with their applications. GRE and GMAT bulletins will soon be available from the U.S. Embassy's Public Affairs Section, 142 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6. Additional information can be obtained from the embassy's Information Resource Center at 702-6172 or 702-6163. No application will be considered without these scores. U.S. universities require a good GRE or GMAT score from applicants, along with application forms, transcripts and other supporting documents. With two years of full funding from Fulbright, the successful candidate may pursue either a Master's degree or a Ph.D. degree in the humanities or social sciences at a U.S. university.
This is a very competitive scholarship program and consideration will be given only to Jamaican citizens who are graduates of local institutions. Recipients should plan to return to Jamaica and must spend at least two years in Jamaica before they can immigrate to the U.S. While not guaranteed, we hope Jamaica will receive four Fulbright student grants for the 2012/2013 academic year.
Persons who are ineligible: * those with "green cards" (alien registration cards); * those who are already pursuing studies at a U.S. university; * those who are resident in the U.S.
A preliminary application form, along with information about this Fulbright program, is available electronically by contacting the U.S. Embassy at KingstonExchanges@state.gov<mailto:KingstonExchanges@state.gov>; Ms. Cheryl Brown, Manager, Office of Sponsored Research, University of the West Indies, Mona at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>; Ms. Garcia Imoru, Financial Aid Officer, University of Technology, Jamaica at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>; or Dr. Beverly Cameron, Vice President, Academic Administration, Northern Caribbean University, Mandeville at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>.
Completed application forms, along with supporting documents and your GRE or GMAT scores, must be submitted in hardcopy to Mrs. Angella Harvey, the embassy's Cultural Affairs Specialist, no later than Friday, May 27, 2011. Final interviews of pre-screened candidates will take place in the embassy's Public Affairs Section in early-mid July 2011.
Candidates in the humanities, natural sciences, mathematics/engineering or social sciences are eligible to apply for a Fulbright scholarship to pursue either master's or doctoral degrees in any of the following disciplines:
Humanities (History, Languages and linguistics; Literature) Performing arts Philosophy Religion (Divinity, i.e., M. Div. or D. Min. excluded) Visual arts Social sciences (Anthropology; Archaeology; Area studies; Cultural and ethnic studies) Economics (MBA excluded) Gender and sexuality studies Geography Political science Psychology Sociology Natural sciences (Space sciences; Earth sciences; Life sciences) Chemistry Physics Computer sciences Mathematics Agriculture Architecture and design Education Engineering Environmental studies and Forestry Family and consumer science Health sciences (Nursing and Medicine excluded) Human physical performance and recreation Journalism, media studies and communication Library and museum studies Military sciences Public administration Social work (M.S.W. excluded)
Please note that professional degrees and those leading to a professional credential are excluded