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EAC / Study in the US / Financial Aid / Program Announcements / November 2003

The Fund for American Studies.

The Fund for American Studies, Georgetown University and Charles University take pride in presenting the premier leadership program in Central and Eastern Europe, the American Institute of Political and Economic Systems (AIPES) in Prague, Czech Republic during the summer of 2004. Students who are accepted may receive scholarship assistance.

The Institute offers a cross-cultural educational experience for university students from Europe, former states of the Soviet Union, and the United States. The Institute explores the political and economic climate of Eastern and Central Europe within the post-Soviet era. The strong faculty and challenging curriculum offer tremendous social, scholastic and cultural benefits to last students a lifetime. Both graduate and undergraduate credit is available from Georgetown University for students who attend the program.

Students must apply online by visiting website at The AIPES website is the best resource for information and communication. The website provides information detailing the Institute's academic and admission procedures and it also enables applicants to check their application status online.

The Institute employs a rolling basis for admission decisions, and students are encouraged to apply before the early decision deadline of January 30, 2004. Final deadline: March 15, 2004. Should you have any questions about the program, or would like to request brochures, please send an email at

American Institute on Political and Economic Systems
1706 New Hampshire Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20009, USA
Tel: 1-(202) 986-0384
Fax: 1-(202)986-8930

American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation.
AAUW Educational Foundation International Fellowships for 2004-2005.

The American Association of University Women Educational Foundation is pleased to announce its 2004-2005 International fellowships. Fellowships are available to women who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States to study at the graduate or post-graduate level in the United States. A limited number of awards are available to members of the International Federation of University Women (IFUW) to study in any country other than their own.


Master's/First Professional Fellowship$18,000
Doctorate Fellowship$20,000
Postdoctoral Fellowship$30,000

Criteria for Selection: Applicants are judged on academic excellence, professional potential, and on the importance of their studies to their home countries.

• Current AAUW Educational Foundation fellowship recipients and past International Fellowship recipients are not eligible to apply.
• Citizens and permanent residents or the US and dual US/X citizens are not eligible to apply.
• Applicants must have earned an academic degree equivalent to a US bachelor's degree before December, 31, 2003.

Completed application forms and supporting papers for the 2004-2005 fellowship cycle must be mailed as a single package on or before December, 15, 2003. A postmark or other official stamp indicating the date of mailing must be clearly visible. APPLICATIONS MAILED AFTER DECEMBER 15, 2003 WILL BE DISQUALIFIED (Applications received in the AAUW Educational Foundation offices after January 10, 2004 will not be considered regardless of postmark).

Application Preparation:
• A money order or dollar draft of $ 30.00, payable to the AAUW Educational Foundation and drawn on an US bank, must accompany all applications.
• Applications submitted from overseas must be sent by airmail.
• Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Application Information:
Applications can be downloaded directly from the AAUW website at, or requested from the AAUW Educational Foundation customer service office:

AAUW Educational Foundation,
Dept. 60, 2201 Dodge Street, Iowa City,
IA 52243-4030,
phone: 319/337-1716, extension 60.

Asia Pacific Leadership Program

The Asia Pacific Leadership Program is an innovative certificate program designed to meet new educational and human resourse needs during a time of increasing regional interdependence. It will create a network of leaders from the United States, Asia, and the Pacific who are familiar with the issues and cultures of the region and trained to exercise leadership toward the well-being of the countries and peoples of the region. The program has been established through generous funding support from the Freeman Foundation.

The program seeks outstanding early to mid-career professionals and students from the United States and countries of the Asia Pacific region. For currently and recently enrolled graduate students, the program complements studies at home institutions but provides them with Asia Pacific colleagues and faculty typically unavailable at home. The program particularly seeks to involve graduate students receiving their degrees from home institutions in the Asia Pacific region who may otherwise not come to the United States. The program's graduates will leave the Center with a broad regional perspective, knowledgeable about the societies and issues of the region, and trained to exercise leadership and promote cooperations. It is expected that graduates will seek or return to positions in business, government, non-governmental organizations and universities.

Fall 2004/Spring 2005 Program
East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawai'i

Application Deadline: February 1, 2004

The Fall 2004/Spring 2005 program will feature a Core Seminar, Leadership Seminar, group projects, experiental learning, a field study, and internships as available. Individuals must be admitted to the University of Hawai'i as post-baccalaureate unclassfied students, which will allow them to enroll in elective courses at the University. The field study will be conducted after the competition of courses and will conclude with final presentations in Honolulu.

Funding: Participants must provide round-trip air transportation to Honolulu,and partial program tuition, room, board, and other personal expenses, estimated at $1200 per month. The remaining program tuition, educational expenses allowance, and field study expenses are provided through generous funding support from the Freeman Foundation. Some additional scholarship support is available.

• Early to mid-career professionals
• Recent bachelor degree recipients
• Currently enrolled graduate students

For more information and application materials, visit or e-mail inquiries to

AAUW Educational Foundation,
Dept. 60, 2201 Dodge Street, Iowa City,
IA 52243-4030,
phone: 319/337-1716, extension 60.
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