The annual MA award at the University of Sussex, which is funded by the James Henry Green Charitable Trust and is specifically targeted at South East Asian students is advertised here.
Applications for the 2013/2014 Chevening programme will open in October 2012, with a closing deadline of early December. More information on the programme can be found at and www.chevening.org/burma
CIEE is a non-profit, non-governmental international exchange organization. For over 60 years, our mission has been: “to help people gain understanding, acquire knowledge, and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world.” We develop and administer programs, advocate for the advancement of international education, and build knowledge through CIEE research, publications, and conferences
IEFA is the premier resource for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad. At this site, you will find the most comprehensive college scholarship search and grant listings, plus international student loan programs and other information to promote study abroad.
Our mission is to promote international education worldwide through the development and publication of the most comprehensive database of International Education Financial Aid information available on the Internet.
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Launched in 2001 by the International Youth Foundation, YouthActionNet strengthens, supports, and celebrates the role of young people in leading positive change in their communities. Each year, 20 exceptional young social entrepreneurs are selected as YouthActionNet Global Fellows following a competitive application process. The year-long Fellowship program includes
The Heinz Fellowship is offered annually and provides for one year of practical, professional, and non-degree educational experiences through the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Heinz Fellowships are granted to individuals from developing countries who demonstrate potential as future leaders in the public, government, non-profit, or private sectors. The goal is to improve the Fellows’ capacity to contribute to the development of their country and to enhance their understanding of the United States. This is accomplished through a year of auditing selected courses and participating in practical professional activities while based in Pittsburgh. Courses taken as part of the Heinz Fellowship do not earn credit towards an academic degree