• AACC International Scholarships
  • AAUW International Fellowships
  • Aerospace Russia Scholarships
  • Africa Thesis Award
  • African Graduate Fellowship, American University in Cairo
  • African Women Public Service Fellowship
  • Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship Programme
  • Agris Mundus Master in Sustainable Development – Agriculture Scholarships
  • Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships (AFPF)
  • Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship
  • Altrusa International Foundation Grants
  • Amelia Earhart Fellowship Program
  • American Speech Language Hearing Foundation Scholarships
  • Amity Teacher Program
  • Amity Intern Teacher Program
  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/ACLS Early Career Fellowships
  • Andrzejewski Memorial Fund
  • Ashoka-Lemelson Fellowship Program
  • Associated Board International Scholarships
  • Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation
  • AWAM – Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance Scholarships
  • AWS Foundation Scholarships
  • Australian Development Scholarships
  • Australian National University Undergraduate Scholarships

  • AACC International Scholarships are awarded annually by the AACC International Foundation. The foundation awards both undergraduate and graduate scholarships.
    To qualify, applicants must be a current AACC (American Association of Cereal Chemists) International student member and
    must be majoring in a program of courses and/or participating in research that would normally lead to a career in cereal chemistry and technology (including oilseeds).
    For study in:
    Field of Study: cereal chemistry and technology (including oilseeds)
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award: Assistantship
    Grade Level: Graduate, Doctoral, Postdoctoral
    Submission Deadline: March 1stSite for more information:http://www.aaccnet.org/foundation/
    AAUW International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

    Fellowships support one year of study in the United States at the Master’s, PhD or Postdoctural level.

    Six of these awards are available to members of International Federation of University Women affiliate organizations.

    For study in: North America

    Field of Study: Unrestricted/Other

    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide

    Award Amount: $18,000; $20,000; $30,000

    Type of Award: Assistantship

    Grade Level: Graduate, Doctoral, Postdoctoral

    Submission Deadline: Postmark deadline: 1st of December


    “Aerospace Russia” partial Scholarships for a four years of study at an Institution of Civil Aviation Higher Professional Learning in Russian Federation.For study in:Russia
    Field of Study: Aviation/Aerospace, Engineering, Business Management / Finance, Law/Criminal Justice
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:8000 USD
    Type of Award:
    Grade Level: Undergraduate, Professional
    Submission Deadline: NoneSite for more information:http://www.estudiosenrusia.com
    Africa Thesis Award:Masters thesis on an African-related subject

    The African Studies Centre (ASC), the Netherlands institute for Southern Africa (NiZA) and the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) are offering you the chance to win €4000 in The Africa Thesis Award. The award aims to encourage student research and writing on Africa and to promote the study of African cultures and societies.
    It is presented annually to a student whose Masters thesis has been completed on the basis of research conducted on Africa.

    The award consists of a prize of €1000 for the winning thesis and an additional €3000 for the writing of a PhD proposal or for fieldwork to update the original data for a wider audience. The winning thesis will be published in the ASC Research Report Series and a summary of the work will be proposed to a CODESRIA journal.

    Who can apply :Any final-year student who has completed his/her Masters thesis with distinction at a university in Africa or the Netherlands can apply.

    The thesis has to be based on independent empirical research related to Africa.

    For study in:Africa/Nederlands
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount: €1000- €4000
    Type of Award:
    Grade Level: Graduate
    Submission Deadline: None

    Site for more information:

    The African Graduate Fellowship is a competitive fellowship program for bright, highly motivated African students interested in pursuing a master’s degree at American University in Cairo (AUC).

    Each year, fellowships are offered to nationals of African countries (not including Egyptians) for full-time study in any of the graduate programs offered at AUC.

    Applications should be submitted together with all supporting documents by December 15 for fellowships beginning the following September.

    For study in:American University in Cairo
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award: Fellowship
    Grade Level: Masters
    Submission Deadline: December 15

    Site for more information:

    The African Women Public Service Fellowship is made possible by a donation from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

    It offers African women the opportunity for graduate study at New York University, Wagner (USA), to prepare them for public service in their home countries.

    The fellowship award supports tuition, housing, travel to and from the United States, and a small stipend to cover books and miscellaneous expenses.

    To qualify for the Fellowship, prospective applicants must meet the general admissions criteria for NYU and be citizens and resident in an African country at the time of application. Application deadlines; January 15

    For study in:New York University, Wagner (USA)
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award: Fellowship
    Grade Level: Graduate
    Submission Deadline: Jan 15th

    Site for more information:

    The Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship Programme provides a limited number of scholarships each year for postgraduate studies to outstanding students from developing countries who have no other means of financing their studies.

    Scholarships are awarded on a 50% grant : 50% loan basis through a competitive application process once a year in June or July. The Foundation gives priority to requests for Master’s level courses but is also willing to consider applications for PhD programmes, when doctoral degrees are necessary for the career objectives of the student.

    Requests will also be considered for travel and study awards for PhD students doing their research in Third World countries on topics judged to be of interest to the Aga Khan Development Network.

    Applications for short-term courses are not considered; neither are applications from students who have already started their course of study.

    Geographic Scope: The Foundation accepts applications from countries where it has branches, affiliates or other AKDN agencies which can help with processing applications and interviewing applicants. At present, these are include Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique and Madagascar.

    Selection Criteria: The main criteria for selecting award winners are:

    l) excellent academic records, 2) genuine financial need, 3) admission to a reputable institution of higher learning and 4) thoughtful and coherent educational and career plans.

    Candidates are also evaluated on their extra-curricular interests and achievements, potential to achieve their goals and likelihood to succeed in a foreign academic environment.

    Applicants are expected to have some years of work experience in their field of interest.

    Age Limit: Preference is given to students under 30 years of age.

    Financial Assistance: The Foundation assists students with tuition fees and living expenses only.

    The cost of travel is not included in AKF scholarships. Applicants are requested to make every effort to obtain funding from other sources as well, so that the amount requested from the Foundation can be reduced to a minimum.

    Preference is given to those who have been able to secure some funding from alternative sources.

    Loan Conditions Half of the scholarship amount is considered as a loan, which must be reimbursed with an annual service charge of 5%. A guarantor is required to co-sign the loan agreement. The payback period is five years, starting six months after the study period funded by the Aga Khan Foundation.

    Application Procedures: The application procedures of AKF’s International Scholarship Programme are decentralised.

    Students may obtain application forms as of January 1st each year from AKF offices or Aga Khan Education Services / Boards in their countries of current residence.

    Completed Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship Programme applications should be returned to the agency from which the form was obtained, or to the address indicated on the front of the form.


    They should not be sent to Geneva. The deadline for submission of applications is March 31.

    Applicants should be prepared to be interviewed by local Scholarship Committees about their financial situation, their academic performance, extra-curricular achievements and career plans.

    Interview reports are sent with the applications to Geneva for the final selection.

    The Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship Programme Selection Meeting takes place in late June or early July and the Aga Khan Foundation notifies all students of the outcome of their application shortly thereafter.

    For study in:Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique and Madagascar
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award: Scholarship
    Grade Level: Graduate
    Submission Deadline: March 31st

    Site for more information:

    The Agris Mundus Master in Sustainable Development in Agriculture Scholarships are provided by the Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union. Scholarships are offered to select non European candidates. The amount is 21000 Euros per year which should cover the living costs, transportation costs and subscription fees.

    The Agris mundus consortium and the European commission select who receives an Erasmus Mundus scholarship. The application for scholarship is included in the Application form.

    Admission Criteria

    • Bachelor of Sciences (180 ECTS) in a field related to agricultural development or, alternatively, a BA in the Social Sciences or equivalent from a reputable institution;
    • In the selection process, preference will be given to candidates with appropriate professional experience with strongly convincing recommendation by an academic or a professional body;
    • Sufficient language level in English, Spanish or Italian, depending on the training track for which they apply.

      Duration: 2 years (120 ECTS)
      Lead university: Centre National d’Etudes Agronomiques des Régions Chaudes of Agropolis, Montpellier, France
      Partner universities: The Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands; Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University (KVL), Denmark; University of Cork, Ireland; University of Catania, Italy; Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain.

    For study in:Netherlands,Denmark, Ireland,Italy, Spain, France
    Field of Study: Agricultural development/Other
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:21000 Euros
    Type of Award: Scholarship
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline: January

    Site for more information:
    Site: www.natura.czu.cz/agrismundus

    Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships (AFPF) are for journalists from countries other than the U.S.

    They work as reporters for six months on publications in US so as to further understanding of the press.

    Application Information: Application form required. Application forms are available online.

    Applications should include: Curriculum vitae, Essay, Letter(s) of recommendation and Work samples.

    The program runs from mid-March to September.

    It is offered annually to approximately ten professional print journalists between the ages of 25 and 35.

    The Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships is one of the most successful and admired programs in international education for journalists. AFPF is unique in that it is the only program to offer foreign journalists a non-academic, long-term, hands-on experience in a single news organization.

    Fellowships provide a working visit of approximately six months in the U.S. Fellows must be professional journalists, fluent in spoken and written English, with at least three years experience in the profession and an employer, preferably an independent publication, willing to endorse their application, to continue part of their salary during the fellowship, and to employ them when the fellowship ends.

    The fellowships cover all costs of international and national U.S. travel. A monthly stipend is provided to cover basic living expenses.
    Contact: E-mail: info@pressfellowships.org

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award: Fellowships
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline: Sept 1st

    Site for more information:

    The ALPHA DELTA KAPPA Scholarships are for women only.

    The scholarships amount is $10,000 to foreign education students to study at an American institution of higher learning. Recipients may apply for scholarship for an additional year.

    Purpose: To promote better world-wide understanding through the field of education and focus attention upon the operations of Alpha Delta Kappa (an international honorary society for women educators). Through the program, scholarships may be offered to foreign women students interested in learning American educational techniques.

    Eligibility: Recipients must be single women with no dependents and must maintain such status throughout the scholarship period. They must be at least 20 years of age and no more than 35 at the time of the application deadline of year study is to begin, and be a non-U.S. citizen living outside of the U.S. and retain such status throughout the duration of the scholarship. Recipients must have well rounded personalities and display qualities of leadership. They also need to rank academically in the top quarter of their class.

    Special Features: The scholarships are tenable in the U.S. at any accredited institution of higher learning.

    Limitations: The recipient is encouraged to live in an American college or university dormitory or college approved housing.

    The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and under thirty years of age.

    She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside the United States.

    Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program.

    Number of Scholarships Awarded: Seven each year.

    For more detailed guidelines and application deadlines, contact :

    Alpha Delta Kappa, 1615 West 92nd Street, Kansas City, MO 64114, USA. Tel. 1 (816) 363-5525, 1 (800) 247-2311.

    Email: headquarters@alphadeltakappa.org

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:$10,000
    Type of Award: Scholarships
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline: Jan 1st

    Site for more information:

    This grant is open to third world women who are seeking graduate degrees at recognized colleges or universitites in the US.

    Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:$250 – $1,000
    Type of Award:Grant
    Grade Level: Graduate
    Submission Deadline: None, rolling basis

    Site for more information:
    Site: http://www.altrusa.com/

    Women of any nationality are eligible for the Amelia Earhart Fellowship Program. Defense-related and post-doctoral research programs are not eligible.

    To apply, you must meet the following requirements:

    • Be registered in an accredited Ph.D./doctoral program in a qualifying area of science or engineering closely related to advanced studies in aerospace-related science or aerospace-related engineering.
    • A letter of acceptance or verification of enrollment must be submitted with the application.
    • Demonstrate a superior academic record at a recognized university or college with accredited courses in aerospace-related studies as verified by transcripts and recommendations.
    • Provide evidence of a well-defined research program in aerospace-related science or aerospace-related engineering as described in the application essay, research and publications.
    • Clearly demonstrate the relationship of the research to aerospace and furnish verification of her research program through at least one of the reference letters required with the application [i.e. research supervisor or advisor must be one of the referees].

      Applicant must be registered in a Ph.D./doctorate program by the time the Fellowship is awarded.

      Award:The Fellowship of US$6,000 may be used at any university or college offering accredited post-graduate courses and degrees.

      Students must be registered in a Ph.D./doctoral program when funds are received. Current fellows may apply to renew the Fellowship for a second year and will undergo the same application and evaluation procedures as first-time applicants.


      All applications for Amelia Earhart Fellowships, recommendations, transcripts, and letter of current standing must be received or post-marked by 15 November to be considered. All applicants will be notified by April.

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:US$6,000
    Type of Award: Fellowship
    Grade Level: doctorate
    Submission Deadline: November 15th

    Site for more information:

    Each year the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHF) offers several scholarship and grant competitions to graduate students and new researchers in the field of communication sciences and disorders. Up to ten Graduate Student Scholarships are available annually for master’s or doctoral level students studying audiology or speech language pathology. Of the ten scholarships, one gives priority to a student with a disability, one gives priority to an international student studying in the US, and one gives priority to a US citizen who is a member of an ethnic or racial minority group.

    The scholarships range between $2,000 and $4,000. Two $2,000 Student Research Grants are available annually to master’s and doctoral students. One is for a one-year study in Early Childhood Language Development, and the other is for a one-year study in Clinical or Rehabilitative Audiology. Up to seven $5,000 New Investigator Research Grants are available each year to individuals who have received their latest degree (master’s or doctoral level) in communication sciences and disorders within the last five years and are starting their research careers. The one-year proposal must be for research to be initiated. One $5,000 Speech Science Research Grant is available in alternate years to an individual who has completed a doctoral degree within the last five years and who proposes a one-year study in the area of speech science.

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:$2000-$5000
    Type of Award: Scholarship/Grant
    Grade Level: Graduate
    Submission Deadline: None

    Site for more information: Site: http://www.ashfoundation.org/foundation/

    Nature of work – Full time teaching job

    The Amity Exchange Teacher program arranges for certified professional teachers to serve as temporary paid faculty at primary and secondary levels in USA. International teachers can be assigned up for up to three years at a school. Our international teachers currently educate American students in a variety of fields including foreign languages, bilingual education, math, science and special education.

    Exchange Teacher Program Requirements:

    • English Fluency
    • Three years of classroom experience
    • Teaching certification/license from home country
    • Academic background in education
    • Equivalent of US bachelor’s degree

      Amity Exchange Teachers can spend from one to three years as visiting faculty at a school in the US. Once an Amity Teacher is selected by a school, he or she is responsible for teaching full-time at the school. Employment follows the local laws and regulations.

      Teachers Admissions
      Amity Institute
      3065 Rosecrans Place, Suite 104
      San Diego, CA 92110

    For study in:For work in (1-3years)- USA
    Field of Study: For work in – USA
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award:
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline: None

    Site for more information:
    Site: http://www.amity.org/

    Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/ACLS Early Career Fellowships


    • Dissertation Completion Fellowships
    • Fellowships for Recent Doctoral Recipients
      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.

      A grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supports this program.

      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.
    • Tenure: one year beginning summer 2007.
    • Completed applications must be submitted through the ACLS Online Fellowship Application system (ofa.acls.org) no later than 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, November 15, 2006.
    • Decisions will be announced in late March 2007.

      The Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships are to assist graduate students in the humanities and related social sciences* in the last year of Ph.D. dissertation writing.

      This program aims to encourage timely completion of the Ph.D.

      Applicants must be prepared to complete their dissertations within the period of their fellowship tenure or shortly thereafter.

      ACLS will award 65 Fellowships in this competition for a one-year term beginning between June and September 2007 for the 2007-2008 academic year.

      The Fellowship tenure may be carried out in residence at the Fellow’s home institution, abroad, or at another appropriate site for the research.

      The Fellowships include funds for university fees and research support (together with stipend the award may total up to $33,000) but may not be held concurrently with any other major fellowship or grant.


    • A Ph.D. candidate in a humanities or social science department in the United States. (Students preparing theses for master’s degrees are not eligible.)
    • All requirements for the Ph.D. except the dissertation completed before beginning fellowship tenure.
    • No more than six years in the degree program; awardees can hold this Fellowship no later than their seventh year.**


      Eligibility for these 25 Fellowships will be limited to scholars who held Dissertation Completion Fellowships (or were ranked as Alternates in that fellowship competition) and who completed their dissertations within the period specified in their first fellowship application. Also eligible will be scholars who held other national dissertation fellowships—such as the Whiting Fellowships—and who completed their dissertations within the period specified in their first application.


      Only Ph.D. students holding such a dissertation completion fellowship during the *** academic year will eligible to apply. Those who will have already completed the doctorate prior to the 2007-08 academic year will not be eligible.These Fellowships will carry stipends of $30,000 to allow the Fellow to devote an academic year to research.

      Awardees will have up to two years from the date of the award to take up Fellowship tenure. We expect that some awardees may use their Fellowship to take leave from a faculty position; those without a full-time position may choose to affiliate with a humanities research center or conduct research independently.

    • Application RequirementsThe application process is comprised of the following:
      • Completed application form
      • Statement of all university and external support received during graduate study: fellowships, teaching or research assistantships, tuition grants, and summer support.
      • Proposal (no more than 5 pages, double spaced)
    • Bibliography (no more than 2 pages)
    • Completed chapter of the dissertation.
    • Timeline for the expected completion of dissertation writing and defense.
    • Two reference letters
    • A letter from the applicant’s institution (preferably from the applicant’s chair or dean), including (1) a statement attesting to the viability of the proposed timeline for completion, (2) stipulation that, in the event of an award, the university will not charge the student tuition or fees beyond a limit of $5,000 and will provide for any additional costs, such as health insurance, and (3) a pledge that if an ACLS award is made, the university will not provide the applicant with any subsequent aid.

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:Varies
    Type of Award: Dissertation Completion Fellowships
    Grade Level: PhD
    Submission Deadline: None

    Site for more information:

    The Andrzejewski Memorial Fund was established in 1995 in honour of the noted linguist, this fund supports language research and development, journalism, broadcasting and education in the Horn of Africa. In the past it has supported PhD students studying Somali poetry and theatre, minority languages in Ethiopia and Eritrea. The grant has also been made to support the publication of a book of Oromo folk stories.Contact Details;

    Africa Educational Trust
    38 King Street,
    London WC2E 8JR
    UK. Tel: +44 (0)20 7836 5075 or +44 (0)20 7836 7940 Fax: +44 (0)20 7379 0090 Email: info@africaeducationaltrust.org

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award:
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline: None

    Site for more information:
    For application, visit; http://www.africaeducationaltrust.org/uk.html

    The Lemelson Foundation and Ashoka, an Arlington, Virginia-based organization that pioneered the field of social entrepreneurship, are partnering on the “Ashoka-Lemelson Fellowship Program,” a $4 million, three-year pilot effort to build a critical mass of 100 inventor-entrepreneurs and catalyze their growth and impact.

    Using the resources and partners that both organizations have developed, the project will identify, support, and recognize individuals whose innovations provide new solutions for achieving sustainable social change. Ashoka will apply its search-and-selection methodology to identify early-stage and advanced-stage inventor-entrepreneurs, primarily in Latin America, Asia, and Africa, who are working to solve the word’s intractable problems. Using its long-established selection criteria and five-step process, Ashoka will elect into the Ashoka-Lemelson Fellowship program social entrepreneurs who fit into one of the following four categories:

    • Individuals who have invented a technology or creatively redesigned or adapted an existing technology;
    • Individuals who use a new technology to teach or grow new inventors, or who employ an innovative approach to inspiring young people to study or pursue careers in science and technology;
    • Individuals who are developing new economic models and marketing strategies for disseminating technologies to those earning less than $2-3 a day; or
    • Individuals whose work creates an enabling environment for invention-led development.
      Further, the Ashoka-Lemelson Fellows Program will unite three strategies of The Lemelson Foundation – mentoring, recognition, and dissemination – to support inventor-entrepreneurs. For example:
    • Linking inventor-entrepreneurs to Ashoka’s strategic partners around the globe will provide fellows with critical mentoring support;
    • Regional ceremonies and workshops will provide national recognition of new Fellows’ work;
    • Publicity and press events will disseminate information and draw attention to the importance of invention and innovation; and Support for the development of creative business models will ensure that technologies are disseminated to those living on less than $2-3 a day.

    Contact details

    Ashoka Global Headquarters,
    1700 North Moore Street,
    Suite 2000 (20th Floor) Arlington,
    VA 22209,
    United States.

    Tel: +1 703 527 8300,

    Fax: +1 703 527 8383,
    Email: info@ashoka.org

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award: Fellowship
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline:

    Site for more information:
    Site for information ; http://www.lemelson.org

    Associated Board International Scholarships enable outstanding musicians to study on courses at one of the four Royal Schools of Music in the UK:

    • Royal Academy of Music
    • Royal College of Music
    • Royal Northern College of Music
    • Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama
    • There are normally four undergraduate awards each year, tenable at each of the Royal Schools for a four-year undergraduate performance course, and four postgraduate awards covering one or two-year postgraduate performance, composition or conducting courses at the Royal Schools.

      The scholarships provide;

    • Tuition fees for the designated course
    • A grant of £3000 per year towards living expenses, normally paid by termly instalments.
    • A flight ticket home upon satisfactory completion of the course.


    • You must be a national of a country that is not a member of the European Union.
    • You will not be eligible to apply if you have been living or studying in the UK for a period of more than one year immediately preceding 31 January in the year of entry to the course or if you have home fee status.
    • For undergraduate study you should normally be at least 17 years of age by 31 January in the year of entry to the course.


    • Postgraduates should normally be at least 21 years of age by 31 January in the year of entry.
    • You will be expected to demonstrate outstanding musical promise and proficiency in your principal study or chosen field. Application

      You must first apply for admission to a course at one or more of the Royal Schools of music, and must observe the admission procedures and application deadlines for the individual Schools.

      You should then complete an International Scholarships Eligibility Form

      (download it at http://www.abrsm.org/resources/intScholForm02.pdf)

      and post this directly to the Associated Board’s office:

      The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music
      24 Portland Place
      London W1B 1LU
      United Kingdom

      The closing date for scholarship applications for courses beginning in September is be 31 January every year.

      You will need to follow the audition procedures of the individual Royal School(s) that you apply to; you will not be required to do a separate audition for an ABRSM International Scholarship.

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:£3000
    Type of Award: Grant
    Grade Level: Undergraduate, graduate
    Submission Deadline: 31 January

    Site for more information:
    Site http://www.abrsm.org/?page=home

    Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) offers several scholarships and awards to individuals interested in obtaining skills in the field of aviation maintenance and technology. AWAM membership is required, but there are no gender restrictions, unless stated otherwise. You can fill a simple membership form online. Applications are usually available in September and must be submitted by the end of December.For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:
    Type of Award: scholarships
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline: DecemberSite for more information:
    Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) http://www.awam.org/scholarships.htm
    Types of support: Undergraduate, Masters, Doctoral Fellowships, Postdoctoral support; Research; Student loans to individuals; Technical education support.

    Application deadline: Varies

    The American Welding Society offers scholarships, fellowships and student loans to individuals who wish to enter the field of welding and related areas of study.

    International Scholarship Program International students are eligible for AWS scholarships. AWS awards scholarships to international students wishing to pursue their education in welding and related joining technologies who are not assigned to an AWS section. Recipients must be full-time students pursuing a bachelor’s degree and must be in the top 20 percent of the institution’s grading system. Proof of country citizenship is required. Deadline – Apr. 1.

    Student Loan Program

    It awards student loans to AWS members wishing to continue their studies in welding and related fields of education. Recipients must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent, and a minimum GPA of 2.0. All recipients must be members in good standing with the American Welding Society. Non-members will be charged a $15 application fee and will receive a one-year membership in the AWS.

    Research Fellowships

    The American Welding Society offers Fellowships or Grants to students seeking a master’s or Ph.D. degree in welding or related fields. The fellowships are up to $25,000 per year to recipients. Fellowships are renewable. Deadline Jan. 4.

    Additional information

    See Web site for further guidelines and forms.

    AWS Foundation 550 N.W. Lejeune Rd. Miami, FL 33126 Telephone: (305) 443-9353 USA.

    Contact: Frank G. Delaurier, Exec. Dir. Tel.: (800) 443-9353, ext. 293; FAX: (305) 443-7559; E-mail: found@aws.org;

    For study in:
    Field of Study:
    Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
    Award Amount:$25000
    Type of Award: Fellowship/Scholarship/Loans
    Grade Level:
    Submission Deadline: Jan 4th /April 1st/None

    Site for more information:
    Visit AWS Foundation Scholarships website http://www.aws.org/awards

    There are two categories of Australian Development Scholarships:

    Public sector Applicants are public sector employees who are nominated by their governments for an ADS award through a competitive selection process.

    Open/equity Applicants do not need to be nominated by their government or employer. Anyone who meets the selection criteria may apply under this category.

    Australian Development Scholarship Benefits

    Scholarships are offered for the minimum period necessary for the individual to complete the academic program specified by the institution, including any preparatory training.


    • Tuition
    • Airfare – Payment of a single return, economy class airfare to and from Australia, via the most direct route.
    • Establishment Allowance – A once only payment as a contribution towards expenses such as rental bonds, text books, study materials, additional medical insurance, home contents insurance, excess baggage upon return home etc.
    • Contribution to Living Expenses – a fortnightly contribution to basic living expenses paid at a rate determined by AusAID.
    • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) – provided to cover the student’s basic medical costs.
    • Pre-course English – if deemed necessary may be available for students for in-country and/or in-Australia training.
    • Supplementary Academic Support (Tutorial Assistance) – May be available when essential to improving the student’s performance to ensure their academic success
    • Fieldwork – May be available for eligible research students.

      General Eligibility Criteria

      Applicants for ADS must satisfy both the general eligibility criteria and specific criteria established for each country.

      Applicants will also need to satisfy all requirements of the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA).

      Applicants must:

    • be a citizen of an ADS participating country (nationals of Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, South Africa, Swaziland, Uganda, and Zambia.)
    • not already be studying at an Australian institution at the time of application
    • satisfy the admission requirements of the Institution at which the ADS is to be undertaken
    • not hold Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent resident status.
    • not be married to/or be a defacto of, or engaged to be married to, a person who holds or is eligible to hold an Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent resident status
    • not hold or have held an Australian government funded scholarship in the preceding 12 months at the time of application
    • for undergraduate courses, have completed high school in their country of citizenship
    • for postgraduate courses, have been resident and/or working in their country of citizenship prior to the date of their ADS application.Australian Development Scholarships (ADS) – Kenya For further information contact:

      ADS Project Manager, GRM International, 1115 Burnett Street, Private Bag X38, Hatfield, Pretoria 0028, South Africa.

      Tel: +27 12 362 1412

      Fax: +27 12 362 1214


      Email: lerona@grminternational.co.za or


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    Site for more information:
    Australian Development Scholarships Website ( http://www.adsafrica.com.au/ )

    About five Australian National University Undergraduate Scholarships are offered every year. The Australian National University scholarships cover tuition fees and Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) premiums for international students who are immediate school leavers. The full undergraduate tuition scholarships are available for students from any country. To apply, you must have completed or be about to complete high school. In addition, you must have exceptional academicFor study in:Australia
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    Submission Deadline: NoneSite for more information:
    Site:Click this link to visit Australian National University Undergraduate Scholarships website.

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