Oct 052012

Department of Geography, University of Cambridge

University of Cambridge offers Scholarship for MPhil Programme in Conservation Leadership to Support Students from  Less Developed and Developing Countries, UK 2013

Study Subject(s):Field of interest is Conservation Leadership
Course Level:Scholarship is available for MPhil Students
Scholarship Provider: University of Cambridge
Scholarship can be taken at: UK

Eligibility:This course is designed for graduates with three to five years of relevant experience in biodiversity conservation, who have a specific knowledge of conservation, public policy, business strategy or the voluntary sector anywhere in the world. The unique features of this course are its delivery by a partnership between several university departments and conservation organizations based around Cambridge who form the Cambridge Conservation Initiative and its engagement with management and leadership.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Scholarship is open for developing countries

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Sep 032012

As we know change is the law of nature.  It is also applicable in the case of education. Educational sector is very wide now. Now it is not just limit to acquiring knowledge and gaining skills about a particular field. It is much more than it. It is considered as the key of successful career and a bright future.

Students seeks profession oriented field of study which can help them in building a successful career. At present there are many majors available which provide career oriented study. Among the various majors, Law is a good option for students to make career in it.

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Jul 112012

University of Cambridge

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Admissions information
About 25 undergraduates are expected to enter the Department for the Part I each year.

To become a member of the University a prospective undergraduate must first be admitted by a College.

Colleges house students, supply teaching in supervisions, enter students for University examinations, and present students for their degrees.
All Colleges, except St. Catharine’s, Girton and Robinson, admit students for the History of Art Tripos, and students are advised to contact a range of Colleges for information, and especially to attend a College Open Day.
The Department of History of Art normally prefers candidates taking the Art and Design A Level to offer three additional academic subjects at A Level. It is not necessary for one of these to be History of Art.

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Mar 062012

Cambridge Judge Business School

The Sainsbury Bursary Scheme provides Cambridge MBA bursaries for students from the charitable or voluntary sectors who need financial aid to help fund their MBAs. There are up to five awards each year, worth either £14,000 or £28,000 towards the cost of the MBA fees.

If you want to be considered for a Sainsbury Bursary, you must apply to the Cambridge MBA programme by 20 April.

What next?

Following the interview, if an offer is made to you, please send MBA Admissions an email explaining why you think you should be considered for a Sainsbury Bursary (see eligibility criteria below).

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Mar 012012

Cambridge Judge Business School

Supported by Cambridge Judge Business School

This bursary aims to encourage more women with a finance background to undertake an MBA, with the hope that more women will take up senior finance positions in future.

The bursary offers £10,000 to one candidate per intake. The successful recipient will also be mentored by Ruth Whaley as part of this award. Ruth is the founder and Principal at Barset Consulting LLC, a Risk Management Consulting firm in New York: she is a senior finance executive with more than 25 years’ experience in global fixed income and risk management at the executive and board level.

Eligibility criteria

This bursary is open to women currently working in finance. Candidates need to have accepted an offer of admission from the Cambridge MBA programme, have a high GMAT score, and have attended a top university.

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Jan 132012

Department of Geography, University of Cambridge

Miriam Rothschild Scholarship Programme in Conservation Leadership to support students from less developed and developing countries that are rich in biodiversity, to attend the MPhil in Conservation Leadership at University of Cambridge, UK

Study Subject(s):Conservation Leadership
Course Level:MPhil
Scholarship Provider: University of Cambridge
Scholarship can be taken at: UK

The MPhil in Conservation Leadership is aimed at graduates of any discipline with at least three to five years of relevant professional experience, either in employment or in a voluntary capacity.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

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Jan 082012

University of Cambridge

Deadline: February 15 2012

The University of Cambridge invites applications for a doctoral studentship funded by a Wellcome Trust strategic award in history of medicine. We seek outstanding candidates whose research would fall within the theme ‘Generation to Reproduction’.

Possible areas for doctoral projects include, but are not limited to:

*patient–practitioner relations around fertility and other encounters that framed the generative body;
* the influence of diseases, including venereal diseases, on reproductive behaviour and demographic patterns
*representation and communication of generation and reproduction
*ancient, medieval and early-modern investigations into generation
*generation and childbirth in medical cases and casebooks
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Nov 202011

University of Cambridge

Gates Cambridge Scholarship are only available for full-time postgraduate degrees offered at the University of Cambridge.

Applicants apply simultaneously for admission as a graduate student to the University of Cambridge and a Gates Cambridge Scholarship using the one application pack – see how to apply for full details.

Before submitting an application all applicants should:

  • Read through the entire ‘apply’ section of this website
  • Fully research their proposed degree at Cambridge via the Graduate Studies Prospectus
  • Consult the website of the department to which they are applying to ensure they are knowledgeable and up to date about the course, its requirements and any special application instructions
  • Submit a full application by the relevant deadline

Applications for 2012 are now open!

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Aug 272011

If you are planning to do engineering, then studying engineering abroad is a wise decision. One gets well-rounded education with an access to the latest innovations and research facilities. Engineering is a very broad discipline which is further divided into many branches and each specializing in a particular field like Computer Science, Mechanical, and Electronics etc. It is not just that the scope of engineering is only limited to its own sphere of influence but it also very much linked with fields like art, medicine and biology.

Every country has its own criteria for admissions but there are some points that are common across the board. A strong academic record, completion of the high school equivalent of the country you are applying to (if you are applying for UG program) and similarly higher qualifications for higher studies, Language proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL), achievements in extracurricular activities.

The following is a list of top 50 Engineering and Technology Universities 2010-2011 rated by THE.

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Mar 092011

Scholarship for PhD studies in Linguistics, University of Cambridge, UK

Study Subject: Linguistics
Employer: University of Cambridge
Level: PhD

Applications are invited for five PhD studentships covering the period 1 October 2011 to 30 September 2014, working under the general supervision of Professor Ian Roberts in the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages (although each student will in fact be assigned a four-member PhD committee). This award has become available as a result of an ERC Advanced Grant “Rethinking Comparative Syntax”. Successful applicants for these awards are expected to begin PhD study on 1 October 2011 and will receive a student stipend sufficient to meet the fees and maintenance requirements.

Applicants should have completed a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Linguistics, with a specialisation in Syntax and expect to attain or have attained a mark of distinction. Demonstrable interest in one or more specific topics in comparative syntactic research over and above what is set out in the research proposal, and/or a good knowledge of some language(s) other than English, as well as excellent writing skills in English, are desirable. Eligible candidates must submit an advanced proposal of research relevant to the “Rethinking Comparative Syntax” project, in particular, in relation to that project, they should indicate which of the five main empirical areas of research described there they would prefer to carry out doctoral work on.

Scholarship Application Deadline: 31 March 2011

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