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Master Trainers Faculty Development Program, HEC, Pakistan

Master Trainers Faculty Development Program, HEC, Pakistan

There are two Master Trainers-Faculty Professional Development Programs;

i) Master Trainers-Faculty Professional Development Program

ii) Advanced Training for MT-FPDP Alumni at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Extension, Thailand

Master Trainers Faculty Development Program, HEC, Pakistan

Master Trainers Faculty Development Program, HEC, Pakistan

There are two Master Trainers-Faculty Professional Development Programs;

i) Master Trainers-Faculty Professional Development Program

ii) Advanced Training for MT-FPDP Alumni at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Extension, Thailand

HEC, ELTR Sponsored indigenous Scholarships

HEC, ELTR Sponsored indigenous Scholarships

Last Date: March 15, 2013

ELTR, HEC, Indigenous scholarship

HEC, ELTR Sponsored indigenous Scholarships

HEC, ELTR Sponsored indigenous Scholarships

Last Date: March 15, 2013

ELTR, HEC, Indigenous scholarship

Wilson Center, Pakistan Scholar Programme, 2013-14

How to Apply

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Fellowship Fund for Pakistan are pleased to announce the 2013-14 competition for the Wilson Center’s Pakistan Scholar Program. One Pakistan Scholar, who must be from, and based in, Pakistan, will be selected each year. Successful applicants will spend 9 months in residence at the Woodrow Wilson Center, in the heart of Washington, D.C., where they will carry out advanced, policy-oriented research and writing.

This scholar program is made possible by generous financial support provided by the Fellowship Fund for Pakistan, a charitable trust based in Karachi.

Current Wilson Center Pakistan Scholar

Simbal Khan, 2012-13

Previous Wilson Center Pakistan Scholars

Zahid Husain, 2011-12 Huma Yusuf, 2010-11 Dr. Sabiha Mansoor, 2009-10 Amb. Riaz Mohammad Khan, 2008-09 Dr. Samia Altaf, 2007-08 Khaled Ahmed, 2006-07 Dr. Mushtaq Khan, 2005-06 Dr. Ayesha Siddiqa, 2004-05

The Wilson Center

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is Washington’s only independent, wide-ranging, non-partisan institute for advanced research where vital current issues and their historical and cultural background are explored through research and dialogue. Created by the Congress of the United States as the nation’s official memorial to its twentieth-eighth president, the Center seeks to commemorate through its residential fellowship program both the scholarly depth and the public policy concerns of Woodrow Wilson.

Eligibility

This competition is open to men and women who are from, and based in, Pakistan. Applications will be accepted from individuals in academia, business, journalism, government, law, and related professions. Candidates must be currently pursuing research on key public policy issues facing Pakistan, research designed to bridge the gap between the academic and the policymaking worlds.

The Wilson Center customarily expects its visiting scholars to possess the terminal degree in their field. For academics, such as university professors, the terminal degree generally means a Ph.D. But other professions have different terminal degrees; for journalists or businesspeople, it could well be a B.A. In exceptional cases, the Wilson Center will waive the terminal degree requirement for highly qualified and unusually talented applicants. But under no circumstances will the Pakistan Scholar competition be open to anyone currently pursuing a graduate degree or working on a doctoral dissertation.

In addition, applicants must have at least eight years of professional or research experience. Preference will be given to applicants who have published scholarly books or substantial articles in academic or policy-related journals or newspapers.

Applicants must be completely fluent in both written and spoken English.

Length of Appointment and Responsibilities

Pakistan Scholars will be in residence at the Woodrow Wilson Center for the U.S. academic year, September 2013 – May 2014. While at the Wilson Center, Pakistan Scholars will be expected to carry out a full schedule of rigorous research and writing based on the topic outlined in the research proposal submitted at the time of application. They will also be expected to participate in workshops, seminars, and conferences organized by the Center’s Asia Program, and in other ways to participate in the intellectual life of the Wilson Center and the larger community of South Asia observers in Washington.

Stipend

The stipend provided to Pakistan Scholars is $5,000 per month. In addition, the Wilson Center will also pay a portion of health insurance premiums for the scholar, and provide assistance for travel from Pakistan. The scholars will be provided with suitable work space, a Windows-based computer, and where feasible, a part-time research assistant.

Procedures for Applications

Applicants should submit the following materials to the address given below, and electronically to ruhail@lucky-cement.com by March 15, 2013:

A) completed Application Form. (Please scroll down to the bottom of this webpage to download the form. You can use your computer to type directly onto the form.)

B) a brief (3-5 single-spaced pages) description of their proposed research project, its scholarly contribution, and its policy relevance. Project descriptions should include:

- a detailed explanation of the research topic; – discussion of the project’s originality; – discussion of the methods, approaches, sources, and materials to be used, and, where appropriate, the importance of Washington-area resources; and – discussion of the significance of the project as well as its relevance to contemporary Pakistan-related policy issues.

C) a c.v. or resume

D) two letters of recommendation

Applicants should request that the two letters of recommendation be sent to the address below by the application deadline. Recommendation letters should address the quality of the research proposal; the significance of the proposed research; the capabilities and achievements of the applicant; and the relevance of the project to contemporary Pakistan-related policy issues.

Application letters and letters of recommendation should be mailed to the following address by March 15, 2013:

Fellowship Fund For Pakistan Attention: Mr. Ruhail Thobhani c/o Lucky Cement Ltd. 6-A, Mohammad Ali Housing Society Karachi 75350 Pakistan

e-mail:ruhail@lucky-cement.com

Applications submitted via electronic mail will be considered only if followed by a hardcopy sent by mail or courier.

For inquiries about this fellowship competition, please send emails to shaheensheikh1@gmail.com or asia@wilsoncenter.org

Details here

Wilson Center, Pakistan Scholar Programme, 2013-14

How to Apply

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Fellowship Fund for Pakistan are pleased to announce the 2013-14 competition for the Wilson Center’s Pakistan Scholar Program. One Pakistan Scholar, who must be from, and based in, Pakistan, will be selected each year. Successful applicants will spend 9 months in residence at the Woodrow Wilson Center, in the heart of Washington, D.C., where they will carry out advanced, policy-oriented research and writing.

This scholar program is made possible by generous financial support provided by the Fellowship Fund for Pakistan, a charitable trust based in Karachi.

Current Wilson Center Pakistan Scholar

Simbal Khan, 2012-13

Previous Wilson Center Pakistan Scholars

Zahid Husain, 2011-12 Huma Yusuf, 2010-11 Dr. Sabiha Mansoor, 2009-10 Amb. Riaz Mohammad Khan, 2008-09 Dr. Samia Altaf, 2007-08 Khaled Ahmed, 2006-07 Dr. Mushtaq Khan, 2005-06 Dr. Ayesha Siddiqa, 2004-05

The Wilson Center

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is Washington’s only independent, wide-ranging, non-partisan institute for advanced research where vital current issues and their historical and cultural background are explored through research and dialogue. Created by the Congress of the United States as the nation’s official memorial to its twentieth-eighth president, the Center seeks to commemorate through its residential fellowship program both the scholarly depth and the public policy concerns of Woodrow Wilson.

Eligibility

This competition is open to men and women who are from, and based in, Pakistan. Applications will be accepted from individuals in academia, business, journalism, government, law, and related professions. Candidates must be currently pursuing research on key public policy issues facing Pakistan, research designed to bridge the gap between the academic and the policymaking worlds.

The Wilson Center customarily expects its visiting scholars to possess the terminal degree in their field. For academics, such as university professors, the terminal degree generally means a Ph.D. But other professions have different terminal degrees; for journalists or businesspeople, it could well be a B.A. In exceptional cases, the Wilson Center will waive the terminal degree requirement for highly qualified and unusually talented applicants. But under no circumstances will the Pakistan Scholar competition be open to anyone currently pursuing a graduate degree or working on a doctoral dissertation.

In addition, applicants must have at least eight years of professional or research experience. Preference will be given to applicants who have published scholarly books or substantial articles in academic or policy-related journals or newspapers.

Applicants must be completely fluent in both written and spoken English.

Length of Appointment and Responsibilities

Pakistan Scholars will be in residence at the Woodrow Wilson Center for the U.S. academic year, September 2013 – May 2014. While at the Wilson Center, Pakistan Scholars will be expected to carry out a full schedule of rigorous research and writing based on the topic outlined in the research proposal submitted at the time of application. They will also be expected to participate in workshops, seminars, and conferences organized by the Center’s Asia Program, and in other ways to participate in the intellectual life of the Wilson Center and the larger community of South Asia observers in Washington.

Stipend

The stipend provided to Pakistan Scholars is $5,000 per month. In addition, the Wilson Center will also pay a portion of health insurance premiums for the scholar, and provide assistance for travel from Pakistan. The scholars will be provided with suitable work space, a Windows-based computer, and where feasible, a part-time research assistant.

Procedures for Applications

Applicants should submit the following materials to the address given below, and electronically to ruhail@lucky-cement.com by March 15, 2013:

A) completed Application Form. (Please scroll down to the bottom of this webpage to download the form. You can use your computer to type directly onto the form.)

B) a brief (3-5 single-spaced pages) description of their proposed research project, its scholarly contribution, and its policy relevance. Project descriptions should include:

- a detailed explanation of the research topic; – discussion of the project’s originality; – discussion of the methods, approaches, sources, and materials to be used, and, where appropriate, the importance of Washington-area resources; and – discussion of the significance of the project as well as its relevance to contemporary Pakistan-related policy issues.

C) a c.v. or resume

D) two letters of recommendation

Applicants should request that the two letters of recommendation be sent to the address below by the application deadline. Recommendation letters should address the quality of the research proposal; the significance of the proposed research; the capabilities and achievements of the applicant; and the relevance of the project to contemporary Pakistan-related policy issues.

Application letters and letters of recommendation should be mailed to the following address by March 15, 2013:

Fellowship Fund For Pakistan Attention: Mr. Ruhail Thobhani c/o Lucky Cement Ltd. 6-A, Mohammad Ali Housing Society Karachi 75350 Pakistan

e-mail:ruhail@lucky-cement.com

Applications submitted via electronic mail will be considered only if followed by a hardcopy sent by mail or courier.

For inquiries about this fellowship competition, please send emails to shaheensheikh1@gmail.com or asia@wilsoncenter.org

Details here

HEC 90% Overseas Scholarships 2013

HEC Scholarships for University of Cambridge
90% overseas scholarships: Fall 2013
Last Date: 15th April 2013

HEC Scholarships, University of Cambridge,2013

IUPUI Competitive Freshman Scholarship

IUPUI Competitive Freshman Scholarship 2012-2013

In order to be considered for IUPUI competitive scholarships, you must fill out a scholarship application (via downloaded paper application or online process). You can print an application from your personal computer and mail it to the Scholarship Office, come to IUPUI and pick up an application or contact our office and we will send you an application in the mail.

Deadline: Nov 15, Feb 01, Feb 15, April 01

You can contact us by emailing us at escholar@iupui.edu or by calling (317) 274-5516. If you prefer, you can also apply via the Online Competitive Application instead. (You will only need to complete your app via ONE (1) method).

Ministry of Education Huayu Enrichment Scholarship (HES) International Student Directions, Republic of China

Ministry of Education Huayu Enrichment Scholarship (HES) International Student Directions, Republic of China

To encourage international students (Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao SAR students are not eligible) to undertake Huayu courses in the Republic of China (Taiwan); in order to provide them with opportunities to increase their understanding of Taiwanese culture and society, and to promote mutual understanding and interactions between Taiwan and the international community.

Deadline: 31st March each year

Masters Scholarships for International Students, University of Twente, Netherlands

University of Twente offers (Graduate)