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Based on applications received for the PhD programme by 29th June 2012, the Law Faculty at University College Cork will be offering a limited number of studentships to support full-time PhD studies in the Faculty. These will be valued from €12,000 to €15,000 per annum (including fees). The studentships are tenable for up to 3 years, although renewal each year is contingent on demonstration of adequate progress. For further information, see All applicants wishing to commence in September 2012 must apply by the closing date of 29th June 2012. A detailed research proposal is required for all applications, and students are advised to make contact with a potential research supervisor in advance of applying.
These scholarships include return air-fare between Vietnam and the place of study, tuition fees and a monthly stipend. Accommodation will be provided by the host institution free of cost. Under this programme the nominee is eligible for training or a visit to India on not more than one occasion. The nominee is required to have five years minimum work experience and needs to be between 25 and 45 years in age. Further information at: or or
The Vietnam Education Foundation (VEF) application and selection process is open, competitive, and transparent. The VEF Fellowship provides financial support, which is cost-shared by U.S. universities, for a graduate degree program in the United States in the fields of sciences (natural, physical, and environmental), engineering, mathematics, medicine (including public health), and technology (including information technology).  By March 28, nominees must provide documentation of unconditional official graduate admission to a VEF Alliance School or to another appropriate U.S. graduate program that accepts the terms of VEF financial support. The nominee is then awarded a VEF Fellowship pending approval by the VEF Board of Directors. Further details at:
The U.S. Embassy in Vietnam is pleased to announce the Fulbright Vietnamese Student Scholarship Program for the academic year 2013-2014. The Fulbright Program will arrange placement at universities in the United States. Successful candidates will receive a full scholarship which covers tuition and fees, monthly stipend, round-trip airfare to the U.S. and health insurance. The application and supporting documents must arrive at the Fulbright Office no later than 5:00p.m., May 2, 2012. Applications can be hand-delivered or sent via post to the following address: Fulbright Vietnamese Student Program Public Affairs Section, U.S. Embassy 7 Lang Ha, Ha Noi Further details at
The University of Fribourg offers a limited number of scholarships during the year masters degree or research for your doctorates/PhD/Post-PhD at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) with scholarships. Deadlines are 28 Feb and 30 Sept every year Details at :
The New Zealand Government, through the New Zealand Aid Programme, provides scholarships for qualified students from Vietnam to undertake development-related studies at a university or polytechnic in New Zealand. Successful applicants are entitled to return air travel, full tuition fees, establishment allowance, a living allowance to cover day to day costs, reunion airfare for unaccompanied awardees. Applications from Vietnam close on 30th June 2012 for study beginning in early 2013. Visit or for more information or contact Development Programme Coordinator- New Zealand ASEAN Scholars awards New Zealand Embassy Level 5, 63 Ly Thai To Street Hanoi – Viet Nam Tel: (+84 4) 3824 1481 Fax: (+84 4) 3824 1480 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   Website:
The Foundation was established in 1999 to commemorate the founder of the A. Wilhelmsen group of companies, the late Mr Anders Wilhelmsen, and his wife Mrs Aslaug Wilhelmsen. The objects of the Foundation are to support socially beneficial work within research and education by providing financial assistance and awarding scholarships to enable foreign students to attend Norwegian universities and colleges, particularly within the fields of economics and management. Further details at:
The Heinrich Boll Foundation grants scholarships to approximately 1,000 undergraduates, graduates, and PhD students of all subjects and nationalities per year. Undergraduates, graduates, and PhD students interested in obtaining a scholarship can apply directly to the Heinrich Böll Foundation. They should be able to demonstrate an excellent academic record and show that they are socially and politically active. In the case of PhD students, the quality of their research project will also be considered.Next application deadline is March 1, 2012.For more information or to apply, please follow this link:
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