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The Moscow EAC is pleased to send you the monthly program announcement for November 2006. Each month, we send this announcement to our contacts to provide you with updated information on opportunities for study in the United States. If you want to unsubscribe, please send us a note.

This month program announcement includes info on the following programs:

John Quincy Adams Fulbright Fellowship

In honor of the 200th anniversary of U.S. - Russia diplomatic relations in 2007, Russian citizens are invited to compete for a special Fulbright fellowship for the 2007-08 academic year in honor of John Quincy Adams, the first US representative to Russia. Five special Fulbright Fellowships will be awarded to outstanding Russian graduate students, young university instructors and scholars who specialize in the fields of history, international relations, political science and related fields. The deadline for submitting application is December 18, 2006.
More details are available at the Russian Fulbright program website -

Russian International Education Administrators (RIEA) Program.

This new Fulbright program aims to enhance and improve professional skills of university administrators who work with incoming international students from around the world and especially from the USA. It will help Russian international education professionals gain critical knowledge surrounding the needs of these students in the areas of academic placement, insurance and medical requirements, safety, cross-cultural challenges, and language training. The deadline for submitting application is December 11, 2006.

More details are available at the Russian Fulbright program website -

Global Fulbright Scholar-In-Residence Program: Visiting Faculty for Spring Semester 2008

Application Deadline: March 1, 2007

The worldwide Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program brings visiting scholars and professionals from abroad to lecture at U.S. colleges and universities. Fulbright Scholars-in-Residence can have a significant impact on U.S. colleges and universities. In addition to teaching courses, scholars give campus-wide and community lectures, help initiate international programs and contribute to curriculum development. Although preference is given to proposals in the humanities or social sciences, other fields focusing on international issues will be considered.

Under the Scholar-in-Residence (SIR) Program, interested institutions submit proposals to invite scholars to teach one or more courses and to be in residence for a semester or an academic year. Proposals are welcome from individual institutions, as well as from consortia of two or more institutions. Institutions may suggest suitable candidates or have CIES recruit scholars from a particular world area.

Small liberal arts colleges, community colleges, and minority-serving institutions are given priority in applications to host a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence.

The deadline to apply for a Scholar in Residence for the semester beginning in January 2008 is March 1, 2007.

Proposal guidelines and application forms may be downloaded from:

For more information, please contact Senior Program Officer Karen
Watts at or at 202.686.4004.

Studio Art or Graphic Design Award by William Woods University - Undergraduate Scholarship of $1000 to $5,000

Basis for Award: Intended major in Studio Art or Graphic Design.

Application Procedures: Apply for admission and be accepted for enrollment to William Woods University. Complete and submit the William Woods University Scholarship and Award Application. Present a portfolio of 10-15 current art works that display your artistic skill and creativity for evaluation by the Visual Arts faculty. Portfolio reviews may be scheduled through the Office of Enrollment Services. Participate in an interview with a member of the Visual Arts faculty.
Host Institution: William Woods University

Field of Study: Filmmaking, Arts/Art History
Award Amount: $1000 to $3,000 applied toward tuition, room and board.
A limited amount of up to $5,000, are available to exceptional students whom the faculty feels could act as academic and creative role models within the division.

Grade Level: Undergraduate // Submission Deadline: March 1

University of Dayton - International Undergraduate Student Scholarship

Description: The University of Dayton offers merit-based scholarships to selected international undergraduate applicants. We encourage students to take the SAT-I to be competitive for scholarships, though it is not a requirement.

Field of Study: Chemistry, Theology/Religon, Social Sciences, Sciences, Psychology, Political Science, Music, Medicine and Health Sciences, Mathematics, Liberal Arts/Humanities, Law/Criminal Justice, Languages / Linguistics, Journalism/Broadcasting, International Relations, History, Food Science/Nutrition, English Language and Literature, Engineering, Education/Counseling, Economics, Computer Sciences / IT, Communications, Business Management / Finance, Arts/Art History, Biology

Award Amount: varies // Includes: Partial tuition // Submission Deadline: May 1

University of Illinois, College of Law Ц LL.M . European High Achievers Scholarship: $2,000 to full tuition

Backed by the world-class reputation of the University of Illinois, the College of Law has long been a global leader. The scholarship and expertise of its international law faculty influence the legal environment on every continent. Established more than a century ago, the College shares the world-class reputation of the University of Illinois. One of 16 colleges, schools, and institutes on the University's flagship Urbana-Champaign campus, the law school is consistently ranked among the nation's top 10 public law schools and a peer of the nation's private elite. You'll find the College of Law to be a unique blend of tradition and innovation, attributes you might expect from a college sharing space with the birthplace of the light-emitting diode and the first graphical Web browser.

"European Alumni Scholarship" - Awarded to high academic achievers from any country in Europe. Amount to be determined. The College of Law has a variety of scholarships available for incoming as well as current students. All students are automatically considered for scholarships. Scholarships range from $2,000 to full tuition and are awarded to students who show the greatest promise for success in the study of law.

Application Deadline is February 15

To assist non-native speakers of English prepare for an LL.M. program, the College of Law offers an introductory Legal English course, which will meet July 23 to August 10, 2007.

The Legal English Program is an intensive three-week certificate program designed for non-native speakers of English who have been admitted to an LL.M. program or as a Law School visiting scholar for Fall 2007. This program offers 75 hours of instruction over three weeks. Sixty-three hours of that time will be spent improving students' proficiency in English generally, with special focus on developing the English language, vocabulary, and academic skills required to succeed in an American law school. Students will also receive 12 hours of instruction in fundamentals of the United States
legal system and the study of law in the U.S.

Request an LL.M. Program Brochure and Application by sending an email
to or by contacting us at:

Office of Graduate and International Legal Studies
University of Illinois College of Law
Champaign, IL 61820 USA
(217) 333-6066 phone

Brandeis University, Master of Arts in Coexistence and Conflict Ц Tuition remission

"Become a leader in the field of coexistence and conflict". Managing intercommunal conflict and violence is critical to national and international security in today's world. Societies are becoming more diverse, and many more countries are facing ethnic, religious, cultural, and social conflicts. The globalization of such conflicts is also increasing. There is a crucial need to bring greater professional expertise and creative leadership to bear upon the challenges posed by these conflicts. The Master's Program in Coexistence and Conflict at Brandeis University is intended to meet these challenges.

Brandeis offers a limited number of need-based partial tuition scholarships to students in the Coexistence and Conflict Master's Program. Scholarships provide tuition remission: they do not include travel and other expenses. Students are encouraged to apply for financial aid as early as possible, as it increases your chances of receiving financial aid.

Financial aid and scholarships:

Dowling College: Financial Aid for Graduate Students - Institutional Grants and Scholarships listing

Dowling College stands out among other U.S. colleges with its prestigious faculty, small classes, extensive support services, an superior residence halls. Dowling is known as "The Personal College" because we provide each student with the attention and support they need to succeed.

Graduate programs

School of Arts & Sciences
Liberal Studies
Integrated Mathematics and Science Education

School of Business
Corporate Finance
General Management
Health Care Management
Information Systems Management
Public Management
Joint JD/MBA Program
Advanced Certificates School of Education
Adolescence Education
Childhood and Early Childhood Education
Literacy Education
Special Education
Ed.D. in Educational Administration
Advanced Certificates

Dowling College offers a variety of special scholarships which are referred to as Designated and Endowed Scholarships. These scholarships have been made available through the generosity of donors who are dedicated to the mission of Dowling College and are committed to the advancement of our students. Though financial need is not always a requirement, all applicants must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as well as the Designated and Endowed Scholarship Application.

* Grace LeGendre Endowment Fund
* Leonard B. Kaplan Memorial Graduate Education Award
* Clara and Dominick Buonaspina Endowed Scholarship
* The Doris Pike Endowed Presidential Scholarship
* Helen Manowitz Presidential Endowed Scholarship (Stafford
Enterprises, Inc.)
* William J. Condon Xi Chi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi Recognition Scholarship
Financial aid:

University of Arkansas, Spring International Language Center: Transfer and apply for funding

Intensive English courses:

Х Prepare international students to enter US colleges or universities
(academic and TOEFL preparation)
Х Assist professionals who desire to strengthen their English
language skills
Х Teach anyone who seeks to improve their English communication skills

Spring International Language Center is an intensive English language program which prepares international students for U.S. universities, including English language mastery, research skills, academic writing, and cultural orientation. SILC also offers professional training for teachers of English as a foreign language. It is located at the University of Arkansas, in the pleasant, safe city of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Founded in 1990, the program has 6 levels of courses from elementary to advanced and an expert ESL faculty, some with more than 20 years of experience. Graduation from this program allows admission to the University of Arkansas without a TOEFL score. SILC also offers special short courses on request and has an excellent homestay program.

Conditional Admission to the University of Arkansas: The UA conditionally accepts students who are academically and financially admissible, but who are not yet proficient in English. For more information:

Additional information contact: Vicki Bergman-Lanier, Ph.D. Director
Spring International Language Center
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
Tel : 1-479-575-7600
Email :
Web : //

University of San Diego, Masters of Arts in Peace and Justice Studies - Minimum of $11,500

The Masters of Arts in Peace and Justice Studies is an interdisciplinary program emphasizing ethics, international affairs, and conflict resolution. The goals of the Program are : to produce graduates who will be capable of relating disciplinary and cross-disciplinary theories of peace and justice to real world problem-solving involving regional and international conflict; to foster scholarly agendas that examine the dynamics of justice and peace-building across multi-level conflicts; and, to facilitate faculty and student interaction and development across disciplines and academic units at USD, along with outreach to the community and the larger society.

Preference will be given to applicants with language skills (other than English) and work or volunteer experience in policy areas to peace, conflict, and human rights.

Financial aid: all applicants accepted into the Program are eligible to be considered for the Gandhi Fellowship. The Gandhi Fellowship and other financial aid are offered to permit full-time study. Contact the Office of Financial Aid Service at USD for information regarding financial aid and loans. Students selected for awards will receive a minimum of $11,500 applied to tuition. Gandhi Fellows will be involved in various activities in the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice in collaboration with USD faculty and Institute officials.

Additional Requirements for Admission:

Х Entrance Semesters: Summer (August)
Х Application Deadline: not listed
Х Minimum Grade Point Average: 3.00 (4.00 scale) in all undergraduate
course work
Х Standardized Admission Test
Х Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test only

Contact: Lee Ann Otto, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Political Science
Director, Peace and Justice Studies Program


Merit-based Diversity Award from Microsoft - 100% tuition

We encourage student populations currently underrepresented in the field of computer science to pursue technical degrees. All candidates who meet the criteria for eligibility described below may apply.

As a recipient of one of our scholarships, you'll enjoy the benefits for one academic year. It covers up to 100 percent of your tuition for the academic year as posted by the financial aid office of your university or college. Microsoft will make payments to the designated school, and they're not transferable to other academic institutions. You may use the funds for tuition only-not for other costs listed on your bursar bill, such as room and board.

You'll also need to enroll and complete a salaried summer internship of 12 weeks or more at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington. (Microsoft reserves the right not to offer an internship position to the scholarship winner if an appropriate match cannot be found.)

To be eligible, you must be enrolled full time in a Bachelor's degree program at a college or university in the United States, Canada, or Mexico at the time you submit the application. Plus, we'll need to see that you're making satisfactory progress toward an undergraduate degree in computer science, computer engineering, or a related technical discipline such as electrical engineering, math, or physics-and that you demonstrate an interest in computer science.
Because the scholarship is merit based, you must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average out of a possible 4.0, or a 4.0 cumulative grade point average out of a possible 5.0.

Application deadline: January 15, 2007

Information on:

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/ACLS Early Career Fellowships - Stipend: $25,000

The American Council of Learned Societies is launching this year a significant new fellowship program providing support for young scholars to complete their dissertation and, later, to advance their research after being awarded the Ph.D.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/ACLS Early Career Fellowship Program will award fellowships in two categories: Dissertation Completion Fellowships and Fellowships for Recent Doctoral Recipients.

Dissertation Completion Fellowships :
Stipend: $25,000, plus funds for research costs of up to $3,000 and
for university fees of up to $5,000.
Completed applications must be submitted through the ACLS Online
Fellowship Application system ( no later than 9 p.m.
Eastern Standard Time, November 15, 2006. Decisions will be announced
in late March 2007.

For more information, please see :

Andrew W. Mellon East-Central European Research Visiting Fellowships 2007/2008 in the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Council of AMERICAN OVERSEAS RESEARCH CENTERS (CAORC) and the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) jointly award Andrew W. Mellon Visiting Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The three-month fellowships, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will enable scholars from Eastern and Central Europe to work in Vienna on research projects of their choice within the framework of the scholarly community and activities of the IWM.

Andrew W. Mellon Visiting Fellows are invited to spend three months at the IWM to pursue their research projects while working in residence at the Institute. The fellows will receive a stipend to cover living expenses, travel, health insurance and incidentals. The IWM will provide Andrew W. Mellon Visiting Fellows with a guest apartment, an office with a personal computer and access to e-mail and internet, in-house research facilities and other relevant sources in Vienna.
Fellowship terms are July - September 2007; October - December 2007;
January - March 2008; and April - June 2008.

Deadline for application: 15 December 2006

Contact : Institut fur die Wissenschaften vom Menschen
Fellowship Coordinator
Spittelauer Lande 3
1090 Wien

Or by e-mail to: Subject: Mellon Fellowships

American Law and Legal English Institute, the University of Delaware: Program update

We are pleased to announce that there are still spaces available in our January 2007 American Law and Legal English Institute!

The American Law and Legal English Institute (ALLEI) is an intensive, one-of-a-kind program. The four-week course will be offered in January 2007. ALLEI is specifically designed to help international attorneys, judges, and law professors increase their understanding of the theories and practice of American law and improve their proficiency in written and spoken English.

The ALLEI classes are taught by experienced University of Delaware faculty. Seminars and workshops are conducted by attorneys and judges from Delaware's legal community who are experts in their respective fields.

These seminars are offered on-campus, as well as on-location at various law firms and courts in Delaware. The seminars are presented by a number of internationally-known judges and attorneys, all outstanding members of Delaware's legal community. These seminars allow you to "meet the experts," and give you the opportunity to focus on specific areas of law and practice. Of course, there is plenty of time for questions, answers, and discussion.

For more information about the ALLEI program, please contact:

University of Delaware English Language Institute
189 West Main Street
Newark, DE 19716 USA
Phone: (302) 831-2674
Fax: (302) 831-6765

Maryland Institute College of Art - Eight $10,000 scholarships for new international students / Grad and undergrad scholarship opportunities

Launch of the Center for Design Thinking

I am pleased to announce that in January, MICA will launch the Center for Design Thinking under the directorship of Ellen Lupton. This Center will involve graduate and undergraduate students in research and publication projects that are developed jointly with faculty members or professionals in the field. The audience for the research and publications will be designers, artists, educators, and the general public.

Although MICA's Center for Design Thinking will not formally begin until January, the College has already embarked on the following projects, which serve as pilots for the Center's mission and are in various stages of completion:

In spring 2006, the Princeton Architectural Press published D.I.Y.
Do It Yourself, a design handbook written and designed with MFA
students and faculty.

As a spin-off from the D.I.Y. book, Princeton Architectural Press and Chronicle Books have asked MICA to produce a boxed set of project cards.

MICA has contracted with Princeton Architectural Press to co-publish the work Graphic Design: Structure and Experiment.

MICA is planning to hold a conference for design educators on campus during the spring of 2008 to celebrate the publication of Graphic Design: Structure and Experiment.

C. V. Starr Scholarship for International Students - This competition
awards eight $10,000 scholarships allocated over four years to
entering freshmen who are international students. To be eligible a
candidate must be a citizen of a foreign country. This merit-based
scholarship recognizes outstanding artistic achievement and a
commitment to pursuing a career as a visual artist.

Graduate scholarships: Outstanding international students selected for
a $12,000-per-year MICA International Graduate Fellowship.

Please see the website:

Contact: Melissa Rands
Office of International Affairs
Maryland Institute College of Art

The University Writing Scholarship (UWS) - up to $10,000

The University Writing Scholarship (UWS) is a program available to both undergraduate university/college students and high school seniors and juniors. The UWS is designed to continue the development of young authors, and bring awareness of the employment opportunities in the field of writing.

Aside from the financial benefits that we are offering, the fundamental purpose of this program is to get aspiring authors interested in developing their creative and analytical abilities and providing them with a medium where their ideas can be expressed and shared on a national level.

Elder and Leemaur has up to $10,000 available to help support students that demonstrate the ability to formulate a well-structured, convincing argument on topics of academic interest.


Post Doc - Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow and Leader of its Country Strategy Research Program

The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) seeks a qualified candidate to server as a Post-Doctoral Fellow (PDF) for a one-year, fixed-term, renewable appointment reporting to the Head of IFPRI's 2020 Vision Initiative. This position will conduct research to support a major international conference on poverty reduction, scheduled for Fall 2007 in Beijing, China. This position is based at IFPRI headquarters located in Washington, D.C.

Essential Duties:
Specific tasks include but are not limited to:
Analyzing and preparing background research reports on key poverty and hunger issues to be addressed at the international conference as well as its in preparatory and follow-up events, such as progress in achieving the poverty and hunger Millennium Development Goals; review experiences with key strategies and actions and derive lessons from innovations and experiments to reduce poverty and hunger; examine trade-offs between pro-poor and social protection policies, and so forth;
Assisting with commissioning of background research papers Ц writing terms of reference, identifying authors, and coordinating peer reviews;
Providing substantive research support to the development of the conference program and conference outputs;
Communicating effectively research information to the conference and disseminating findings to different stakeholders.

Required Qualifications:
PhD in Economics, International Development, Public Policy or related field, focusing on poverty issues;
Experience working on poverty and hunger issues and on linkages between poverty, hunger, economic development, and social protection;
Good understanding of Millennium Development Goals and related issues;
Excellent analytical skills;
Demonstrated ability to write, edit, and publish peer-review-quality articles;
Experience with conducting paper reviews;
Excellent written and spoken English;
Excellent inter-personal skills along with ability to work independently and multi-task.

Preferred Qualifications:
Fluency in spoken and written Chinese

To apply : Email as attached word documents a detailed letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of at least three references to: . Please include Position #06-135 Rev in the subject line. Applications that do not include the position number and the job title will not be considered. For more information on IFPRI, please visit our website at


THE JOHN CARTER BROWN LIBRARY will award approximately thirty Research Fellowships for the year June 1, 2007 Ц June 30, 2008. Sponsorship of research at the John Carter Brown Library is reserved exclusively for scholars whose work is centered on the colonial history of the Americas, North and South, including all aspects of the European, African, and Native American involvement.

Fellowships are of two types: Short-Term Fellowships
Regular John Carter Brown Library Fellowships are available for periods of two to four months and carry a stipend of $1,800 per month. These Fellowships are open to Americans and foreign nationals who are engaged in pre- or post-doctoral, or independent, research. Graduate students must have passed their preliminary or general examinations at the time of application.

The stipends of many of the Fellows each year are paid out of restricted funds generously donated to the Library for this purpose:

1. The Paul W. McQuillen Memorial Fellowship, the Alice E. Adams Fellowship, the Charles H. Watts Memorial Fellowship, the Barbara S. Mosbacher Fellowship, the Helen Watson Buckner Memorial Fellowship, the Norman Fiering Fund, and the Library Associates Fellowship are open to scholars in any area of research related to the Library's holdings.
2. The Jeannette D. Black Memorial Fellowship is for research in the history of cartography or a closely related area.
3. The William Reese Company Fellowship is for research in bibliography and the history of printing.
4. The Ruth and Lincoln Ekstrom Fellowship is for research on the history of women and the family in the Americas prior to 1825, including the question of cultural influences on gender formation.
5. The Alexander O. Vietor Memorial Fellowship and the Marie L. and William R. Hartland Fellowship focus on research in early maritime history.
6. Center for New World Comparative Studies Fellowships are available for scholars engaged in research in the comparative history of the colonial Americas.
7. Maria Elena Cassiet Fellowships are restricted to scholars who are permanent residents of countries in Spanish America.
8. The Maury A. Bromsen Fellowship is focused on colonial Spanish American history.
9. The Touro National Heritage Trust Fellowship is for research on some aspect of the Jewish experience in the New World before 1825.
10. The nine-month J. M. Stuart Fellowship is reserved for a graduate student at Brown University.

The foregoing list is intended to suggest areas of research on colonial America that may benefit from the use of JCB materials. Applicants should not, however, apply for a grant in a specific Fellowship category. All short-term applications are reveiwed as a group without reference to these categories.

A few Fellowships- without-stipend will be offered every year to highly qualified applicants. Scholars interested in this option must go through the normal application procedure.

Long-Term Fellowships
The Library will also receive applications for Long-Term Fellowships, several of which are funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), an independent agency of the U.S. Federal government, by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and by the InterAmericas Fellowship which supports research on the history of the West Indies and the Caribbean basin. The R. David Parsons Fellowship supports the study of the history of exploration and discovery.

Long-Term Fellowships are for five to nine months (with a stipend of $4,000 per month). The term for these Fellowships will typically begin between June 1 and July 15 or between January 15 and March 15. Applicants for NEH Long-Term Fellowships must be American citizens or have been resident in the United States for the three years immediately preceding the application deadline. Graduate students are not eligible for Long-Term Fellowships.

Recipients of all Fellowships are expected to relocate to Providence and to be in continuous residence at the John Carter Brown Library for the entire term of the award. Those living within commuting distance of the Library (approximately 45 miles distant) are ordinarily not eligible for JCB Fellowships.

Applications for all Fellowships will be evaluated by independent academic committees. Fellowships will be awarded on the basis of the applicant's scholarly qualifications, the merits and significance of the project, and the particular need that the holdings of the John Carter Brown Library will fill in the development of the project. A good guide to the spectrum of research supported by the JCB is the list of "Publications by Fellows."

Application forms can be downloaded from the Fellowship Applications page or they may be obtained by writing to the Director, John Carter Brown Library, Box 1894, Providence, RI 02912.

The deadline for submission of application materials is January 10, 2007; all materials must be postmarked no later than that date. Announcements of Fellowship awards will be made in mid-March, 2007.


Ph.D. Program in Design and Planning in the College of Architecture and Planning

The Ph.D. Program in Design and Planning in the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado will provide full funding, including tuition, to a qualified applicant seeking to undertake doctoral research on some aspect of children, youth and environments at the University of Colorado. The College hosts the journal Children, Youth and Environments and houses the Children, Youth and Environments Center for Design and Research, in whose activities the applicant will be expected to be involved.

Deadline for applications: February 15, 2007.

For more information, contact:
Willem van Vliet,
Director, PhD Program

College of Architecture and Planning
University of Colorado, CB 314
Boulder, CO 80309-0314 USA
Tel: 303 492-5015
Fax: 303 492-6163
CYE Center:

PhD Program:

Stanford Fellowships: CDDRL PRE/POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM **** 2007 - 2008*

The Center welcomes applications from pre-doctoral students at the write-up stage and from post-doctoral scholars working in any of the four program areas of democracy, development, evaluating the efficacy of democracy promotion, and rule of law. Applicants working at the intersection of two or more of these issue areas will receive preferential consideration. The Center expects to award between four and six fellowships each year. Appointments are for nine months of the academic year. Pre-doctoral fellows receive stipends of about $35,000 over 9 months; the Center also pays non-matriculated student tuition for pre-doctoral fellows as required by Stanford University. Post-doctoral fellows receive stipends in the range of about $40,000 over 9 months. Health care and other benefits are also provided as required by Stanford University for both pre- and post doctoral fellows.

Fellows spend the academic year at Stanford University completing their projects, participating in seminars, and interacting with each other and the resident faculty and research staff. The Center facilities on the Stanford campus include offices and cubicles. Fellows have access to other Stanford libraries as well as exercise facilities.

*Applications must be received by January 8th, 2007.*

For more information about the fellowship, and its application process lease visit our website at:

Brandeis University International Business School Dean's Prize Scholarship

Description: Dean's Prize Scholarships offer up to full tuition awards to US or International students of exceptional merit.

Other Criteria: Students must study in the MA or MBA International Program. Programs focus on International Business, Economic Policy, and International Finance.

Field of Study: International Relations, Economics, Business Management / Finance

Award Amount: up to 100 percent of tuition

Includes: Scholarship applies only toward tuition fees.

Number of Awards: 10

Grade Level: Graduate

Submission: February 15

Brandeis University-International Business School American Leadership Awards

Description: American Leadership Awards recognize outstanding US citizens and residents with scholarships that offset part of tuition costs.

Other Criteria: Students must study in the MA or MBA International Program. Programs focus on International Business, Economic Policy, and International Finance.

Field of Study: International Relations, Economics, Business Management / Finance

Award Amount: 60 percent of tuition

Includes: Scholarship applies only toward tuition fees.

Number of Awards: 15

Grade Level: Graduate

Submission Deadline: February 15th

Brandeis University-International Business School Global Leadership Award

Description: Global Leadership Awards recognize outstanding candidates of other nationalities with scholarships that offset part of tuition costs at the Brandeis International Business School.

Other Criteria: Students must study in the MA or MBA International Program. Programs focus on International Business, Economic Policy, and International Finance.

Field of Study: International Relations, Economics, Business Management / Finance

Award Amount: up to 60 percent of tuition

Includes: Scholarship applies only toward tuition fees.

Number of Awards: 15

Grade Level: Graduate

Submission Deadline: February 15th

Troy State University Graduate Assistantship

Description: For assistantship in MBA program.

Field of Study: Business Management / Finance

Award Amount: $400 per month

Number of Awards: 1

Grade Level: Graduate, Postgraduate

Submission Deadline: Varies

Floriculture Industry Research and Scholarship Trust (FIRST) Harold Bettinger Memorial Scholarship

Description: Undergraduate or graduate student with a major or minor in business and/or marketing with the intent to apply it to a horticulture related business

Host Institution: Unrestricted/Other

For study in: Unrestricted/Worldwide

Country(ies) of Study: Unrestricted/Worldwide

Field of Study: Business Management / Finance, Horticulture/Floriculture

Award Amount: $1,000

Includes: Please see website for more information.

Number of Awards: 1

Grade Level: Undergraduate, Graduate

Submission Deadline: 1st May

Bentley College Graduate Assistantship

Description: To provide financial support for academically outstanding students who study full-time at our graduate school.

Field of Study: Business Management / Finance

Award Amount: Varies

Includes: Tuition, plus stipend for outstanding students.

Number of Awards: 30

Grade Level: Graduate

Submission Deadline: 1st March

Karla Scherer Foundation Scholarships

Description: The Karla Scherer Foundation offers one type of scholarship. This scholarship is for female students majoring only in Finance or Economics with plans for a corporate business career in the private sector.

Host Institution: Unrestricted/Other

Field of Study: Business Management / Finance

Award Amount: Varies

Includes: Please see website for more information.

Number of Awards: Variable

Grade Level: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate, Doctoral, Postdoctoral

Submission Deadline: 1st March

Dickinson State University Global Awareness Initiative

The Global Awareness Initiative is designed to promote international learning and provide a cross-cultural experience for DSU and visiting students and faculty. Begun in 2000, the initiative provides students and faculty with a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with living, learning and leading in the 21st century. The initiative has four primary objectives:
1.To create a more diverse and invigorating learning environment by recruiting and retaining international students and faculty;
2.To increase student and faculty involvement in foreign exchange programs;
3.To engage students and area citizens in activities which foster a greater understanding of the economic issues and opportunities related to globalization; and
4.To foster the ideal that individuals can contribute to world peace through education, understanding, tolerance and interaction with people from other cultures.
The initiative has to date resulted in the establishment of a DSU Multicultural Center to assist international students; a Global Awareness Scholarship Program to provide financial aid to international students; DSUТs participation in the Global Access Project, developed by the U.S. Department of State and designed to utilize expertise within the state department to increase American college studentsТ understanding of international affairs and to stimulate interest in careers in international relations and diplomacy; and exchange agreements between DSU and colleges and universities in Russia, Kazakhstan, China, England, Japan and Mexico.
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