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2016 Mexican Government Scholarships for Foreign Students

Deadline: 31 August 2015
Open to: international students holding Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD Degree
Scholarship: monthly stipend ranges from 8,412.00 Mexican pesos (equivalent to 507€) to 10,515.00 Mexican pesos (equivalent to 634€)


For decades, the Mexican cultural diplomacy has worked in different successful programs, such as the human capital training through scholarships for academic degrees awarding and research work performing in different areas of knowledge. The Directorate-General for Educational and Cultural Cooperation, through the Academic Exchange Department, designs and manages the Ministry of Foreign Affairs´ Scholarship Program for Foreigners. These scholarships are awarded to study any one of the courses available at participating Mexican institutions except Business administration, marketing, plastic surgery, accounting, dentistry and advertising. Scholarships are offered to study:

  • Specialization Studies, Master´s and PhD Degrees;
  • Medical Specializations;
  • Postgraduate Research;
  • Postdoctoral Fellowships;
  • Bachelor´s Degree and Postgraduate Mobility;
  • Art Production Fellowships;
  • High-level Conferences;
  • Fellowships for Mexicanologists;
  • Media Contributors Fellowships; and
  • Fellowships for visiting professors.


Requirements for all applicants:

  • Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree, as required by the program for which the scholarship is requested;
  • Be accepted to or currently enrolled in a program at one of the participating Mexican institutions;
  • Be a citizen of one of the eligible countries. See list HERE;
  • Minimum grade point average of eight (8.0) on a scale from zero (0.0) to ten (10), or the equivalent, for the last academic degree received.


  • Monthly stipend of 4 times the minimum salary in Mexico City for undergraduate mobility scholarships, specializations, master’s degrees or master’s-level research, Spanish language or Mexican culture courses, currently the equivalent of $8,412.00 pesos (approximately US $546.234 ).
  • Monthly stipend of 5 times the minimum salary in Mexico City for doctoral studies and research, postdoctoral fellowships and medical specializations and subspecializations, currently the equivalent of $10,515.00 pesos (approximately US $681.90).
  • Registration fees and tuition, as established by the program at each institution (see the academic programs offered by the participating IES).
  • Health insurance from the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), starting in the third month of the scholarship (the scholarship recipient must have health insurance that covers both major and minor medical expenses and provides international coverage for the first three months in Mexico).
  • Round-trip international airfare at the beginning and end of the scholarship.
  • Transportation from Mexico City to the host institution and back at the start and end of the scholarship, if studying outside of Mexico City.


Applications for the scholarship will be accepted from April 15 to August 31, 2015. The results will be announced starting in November 2015 by Mexico’s diplomatic offices abroad. The applicant must submit the following documents (if they are in any language other than Spanish must be accompanied by a Spanish translation):

  1. Official nomination from his/her government;
  2. Application form.
  3. An explanation of why the applicant is interested in studying or conducting research in Mexico.
  4. Curriculum vitae (maximum of 3 pages).
  5. Acceptance letter from the Mexican host institution, signed by the responsible party (Director of the International Affairs Office, Director of Academic Exchanges, Head of the Graduate Studies Department, Graduate Studies Coordinator, etc.), stating the length of the studies with the start and end dates and the type of studies. 2 For research, the acceptance letter should also state that the candidate will receive the mentoring needed for the research project and, if possible, the name of the advisor.
  6. Coy of the diploma for the highest degree received.
  7. Copy of the transcript for the last degree received showing a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 8/10. If a different scale is used, the equivalent on a 10-point scale must be submitted.
  8. For mobility scholarships, a letter from the applicant’s institution agreeing to give academic credit for the classes or course of study that will be taken in Mexico.
  9. For research grants, a copy of the academic document showing the applicant has finished or is currently enrolled in a Master’s or doctoral program.
  10. Candidates already in Mexico must have a current immigration document, with a Temporary Resident Student Visa (card).
  11. If Spanish is not the applicant’s native language, include certificate of an advanced level of proficiency in Spanish from a university or language center.
  12. Copy of birth certificate.
  13. Copy of passport.
  14. Medical certificate of good health in the original issued by a public or private institution no more than three months prior to submitting the documents. Independent health certificates will not be accepted.
  15. 4 recent original photographs (not digital), full face on a white background, 3cm x 3cm, with name and nationality noted on the back.

Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores

Agencia Mexicana de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

Plaza Juárez 20, Piso 4

Colonia Centro, C.P. 06010

México, D.F.

For more information please visit the official website.


Deadline: 31 August 2015
Open to: candidates who hold a university degree in disciplines relevant to human rights
Scholarship: monthly grant of 500 EUR, travel expenses/health insurance etc (3X up to 400 Euros per year)



All documents must be submitted in English language. Translation to English language of all documents issued in other languages must be provided by an official translation service/Court translator or your university/college. ONLY originals or certified translations will be considered valid.

  1. Application Form;
  2. University diploma
  3. Academic records /transcript
  4. Citizenship certificate
  5. Birth certificate
  6. Passport photocopy
  7. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  8. Two recommendation letters
  9. English language certificate

Interested candidates must apply online HERE.

For further information please contact us at:

ERMA program coordinator:

ERMA academic tutor:

The official website

Excellence Master Fellowships at the Univ. of Geneva

Deadline: 15 March 2016
Open to: students from any university with very good performance in their studies with Bc degree
Fellowship: CHF 10’000 to CHF 15’000 per year (approximately EUR 9,595 – EUR 14,393)


The Faculty of science of the University of Geneva is an internationally top-ranked scientific institution covering a broad range of scientific disciplines: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Physics. The Masters of the Faculty of Science constitute an ideal entry for high-level professional and academic careers. Therefore the Faculty of Science, in collaboration with several sponsors, has established an Excellence Fellowship Program to support outstanding and highly motivated candidates who intend to pursue a Master of Science in any of the disciplines covered by the Faculty (Complete list of the Master programs). French proficiency is not a formal requirement for the Masters of the Faculty of science.


Application for an Excellence Fellowship is open to students from any university with very good performance in their studies (belonging to the best 10% of their bachelor’s program) and that have completed the Bachelor degree or expect to complete it within 6 months. Selection of the applicants will be based on excellence. Evaluation will be made on the basis of the documentation sent by the applicants.


The Excellence Fellowship consists of a grant amounting to CHF 10’000 to CHF 15’000/year (no teaching duties); it is awarded for one year and extended for the regular duration of the chosen Master’s programme (three or four semesters) provided the applicant is academically successful at the end of his/her first semester of studies.

How to apply?

The deadline for applications is 15 March 2016. The application (in English or French) consists of:

  • Application Form (60 Kb, doc);
  • A Curriculum Vitae including the transcript of exams passed during the bachelor education, with grades;
  • A two-page essay in which the applicant describes his/her specific scientific interests, specifies the Master’s program at the Faculty of Science he/her would like to pursue, and motivates the intention to pursue a Master of Science programme at the University of Geneva;
  • If possible: Letters of references from two professors (preferably sent by them directly to the e-mail address indicated below). They should specifically attest if the candidate fulfills the conditions of the Excellence Fellowship Program (see above);
  • Any other pertinent information like results of GRE (General requirement examination), of TOEFL or other language test.

Applications should be sent as an UNIQUE pdf file by e-mail to the Dean of the Faculty of Science: For the application to be considered, each student has to fulfill the enrollment procedure as described on the DIFE website.

For more information please visit the official website.

Travel Film Scholarship 2015

Aspiring documentary makers can apply for a mentored trip to capture the culture and the communities of Colombia’s Pacific Coast.

World Nomads is accepting applications for a travel documentary scholarship. The trip will take place Nov. 21 to Dec. 3.

The winner will spend seven days filming in Colombia under the mentorship of filmmaker and director Brian Rapsey, followed by three days in a post-production workshop in Bogotá.

Applicants must be proficient in English.

The deadline is Sept. 7.

For more information, click here.

Study in Israel | Israel Government Scholarships

Deadline: 30 November 2015
Open to: foreign students with  a BA or BSc degree (or higher)
Scholarship: full and partial scholarships


The Foreign Ministry formulates, implements and presents the foreign policy of the Government of Israel. It represents the state vis-a-vis foreign governments and international organizations, explains its positions and problems throughout the world, endeavors to promote its economic, cultural, and scientific relations, and fosters cooperation with developing countries. Israel currently maintains diplomatic relations with 162 countries.

The Government of Israel is pleased to offer scholarships to foreign students. Students can choose either a short-term scholarship or a long-term scholarship.

Short Term Scholarship – granted for a Summer Language Course (Ulpan). At present the Ulpan course that they offer is a 3-4 week program at the Ulpan of the University Haifa.

Long Term Scholarship – granted for a period of maximum 8 months (one academic year). Students may apply to the programs are listed below:

  • Post Doctorate Program: Students will need to present a research plan and an acceptance letter from an Israeli supervisor at one of the Israeli universities;
  • Research program: Students may create their own research program under the supervision of an Israeli supervisor from one of the Israeli universities. Candidates will need to present a research plan and an acceptance letter;
  • PhD Students: PhD students who are registered for PhD studies in Israel may apply for a one academic year (8 months) scholarship from the Ministry. This scholarship is not renewable and the student will need to find other sources to finance the full degree. Registration to the PhD program is the student’s responsibility. The student will need to meet the Israeli university requirements for the PhD program;
  • MA students: MA students who are registered for MA studies in Israel to apply for a one academic year (8 months) scholarship from the Ministry. This scholarship is not renewable and the student will need to find other sources to finance the full degree. Registration to the MA program is at the student’s responsibility and the student will need to meet the university requirements for the MA program;
  • Overseas and International programs: It is possible to register to one of the Overseas or International Programs under the following restrictions: The scholarship will be given for one academic year (8 months) only and not for the full program. Tuition fees will not include extra courses such as summer Ulpan, Arabic language course, or any other additional course offered by the Overseas or International Program;
  • Special Programs: Some Israeli universities offer special post-graduate programs in English. It is possible to register to one of these special programs under the following restrictions: The scholarship will be given for one academic year (8 months) only and not the full program.


  • The applicant should hold a BA or BSc degree (or higher) and have a good record of academic achievement;
  • The applicant should be a citizen of the country where he/she applies for the scholarship and be under the age of 35 (at the beginning of the academic year);
  • Proof of English or Hebrew language proficiency;
  • The applicants should meet the academic requirements of the Israeli University to which they apply. A scholarship will be granted only after the required institute approves the acceptance of the candidate.


The scholarships are of two types: Full and Partial Scholarships.

Full scholarship includes:

  • Tuition fee;
  • Monthly allowance for one academic year (8 months only);
  • Basic health insurance.

Partial scholarship includes:

  • Part of the tuition fee;
  • Monthly allowance for one academic year (8 months only);
  • Basic health insurance.
  • Accommodation, transportation and travel arrangements to and from Israel are the applicant’s responsibility;
  • Scholarships will be granted only for study in universities and programs approved by the Israeli Council for Higher Education;
  • Scholarships for Ulpan language studies will be granted in the Ulpan chosen by the Ministry of foreign Affairs.

How to apply?

Date for the submission of application forms is different in each country but normally is no later than November 30. It is very advisable to contact your local Israeli embassy to verify the date for submitting applications and to receive more detailed information concerning the process of choosing the candidates for scholarship from your country.

Applications should include:

  • Completed application form;
  • Detailed letter describing the field the applicant intends to study in Israel, specifying the University he/she wishes to attend;
  • Curriculum Vitae;
  • Copies of letters exchanged with Israeli universities or the Israeli supervisor (in the case of a research or post doctorate);
  • Official original academic records (or notarized copies) of all relevant studies and test scores, diplomas attesting the completion of an academic degree, including a transcript of the student’s records;
  • At least two (2) letters of recommendation from lecturers/professors who taught the candidate;
  • Three (3) photographs;
  • Certificate of health.

All of the above should be printed in English and submitted in three (3) copies to the Israeli embassy in the applicant’s country.

For more information please visit the official website. 


White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI) Opportunities

Apply To Be a 2015-2016 WHIAAPI E3! Ambassador

WHIAAPI is pleased to launch the application for its E3! Ambassadors Program for the 2015-2016 year. The E3! Ambassadors Program equips young leaders with the opportunity to work with the federal government to brainstorm and implement their own unique ideas to help improve the overall quality of life for AAPIs across the country in the areas of education, mental health, pathways to public service, and immigration. The 2014 inaugural class of 31 E3! Ambassadors came from 29 different cities and hosted more than 55 events during the 2014-2015 year to educate, engage, and empower their campuses and communities. The deadline to apply is August 9, 2015. Read more.

Application Deadline Extended for Fall 2015 Internship Program

The application deadline for the WHIAAPI Fall 2015 Internship Program has been extended to August 7. Interns at the Initiative are responsible for assisting the staff on a wide range of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) issues and priorities.  In addition, interns will help write policy memos and proposals, draft blogs, assist with communications and social media, coordinate and staff events, and conduct outreach to national and local AAPI organizations and leaders. WHIAAPI Seattle interns will focus primarily on expanding AAPI regional engagement efforts through effective outreach and event planning. Read more.

Young AAPI Leaders Convene for the Fifth White House AAPI Youth Forum

On July 9, the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI), the White House Office of Public Engagement (OPE), and the East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU) hosted the fifth White House AAPI Youth Forum and launched the second year of the Initiative’s E3! Ambassadors youth engagement program. Over 150 young AAPI leaders attended the event, along with leaders in the Administration and community organizations throughout the country. Read more.

European Youth Media Days 2015

Deadline: 16 August 2015
Open to: Journalists between the ages of 18 and 30 years old, from Europe and neighboring countries
Venue: 20 – 22 October 2015 in Brussels, Belgium


Media freedom in Europe, European Youth Media Days 2015. Innovative, interactive and inspiring to promote dialogue, exchange, learning and networking in media.

Media freedom is one of the cornerstones in the development of democratic societies in Europe and has become a constitutional guarantee in many European states since WWII as well as one of the fundamental rules in modern European Union. However, not all EU Member States score the best in media freedom watch and reports from ONG or human rights watchdogs, and media and journalists’ liberties are an even more delicate issue in several EU neighbouring countries.


The call is open to young journalists aged between 18 and 30 who are citizens or legal residents of a EU Member State or neighbouring country only. The event will be held in English, so a working level of the language is required. Participants applying for the documentary workshop need to demonstrate experience in documentary filmmaking or video-reporting as well as to bring the camera and editing software (the movie has to be finished until December 22, 2015).


Costs – citizens or legal residents of the EU Members States

Participants’ travel costs (specific conditions apply, more information will be given after you have been selected) will be reimbursed by the European Parliament 1 to 2 weeks after the event, upon submission of all necessary documents (forms for completion and instructions will be sent by the European Parliament prior to the event). The European Parliament will also pay up to 360 Euroslump sum to working journalists (who need to provide a copy of their valid press card or a letter of instruction from their editor stating that they work as a paid journalist) or up to 180 Euroslump sum to journalism students or interns (who need to provide proof (e.g. in the form of a letter) from their university or from the organisation they are interning at) to cover accommodation, meals and local transport. The lump sums will be paid at the same time as the travel reimbursement, 1 to 2 weeks after the event.

Attention: for participants living in Brussels no lump sum or travel cost will be paid.

The young journalists chosen to participate will have to arrange their own accommodation and travel and provide the necessary documents to the European Parliament for reimbursement.


Costs – citizens or legal residents of the EU neighbouring countries [1]

Participants’ travel costs (up to 250 Euros, specific conditions apply, more information will be given after you have been selected) will be reimbursed by the European Youth Press 2 weeks after the event, upon submission of all necessary documents (reimbursement form will be sent by the EYP prior to the event). The European Youth Press will also pay up to 250 Euros in total to team members involved in the project to cover accommodation and meals in Brussels. They need to provide originals of the corresponding documents (receipts, invoices) and EYP reimbursement form. The lump sums will be paid at the same time with the travel reimbursement, 2 weeks after the event. Participants will have to arrange their own travel. European Youth Press will assist with finding the accommodation in Brussels. Team members are responsible to provide the European Youth Press with all necessary documents requested for reimbursement.


Include your CV, motivation letter and the links to two media samples (of any type) by August 16, 23:59 CET.

In order to apply, register HERE.

Young journalists from any other countries can participate at their own costs and need to contact the organisers prior to August 9.

If you have any questions, please send an email with the subject “EYMD 2015 questions” to

The official web-page.

The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship Program

Application Information


General Information
Program and Purpose
Salary and Benefits
Issue Areas Covered by the Scoville Fellowship
Selection Criteria
Application Materials
Submitting Applications
Selection Process
Starting Dates for Fellowship

Print a flyer about the Scoville Fellowship

General Information

The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship Program invites recent college and graduate school alumni to apply for full-time, six-to-nine month fellowships in Washington, DC. Outstanding individuals will be selected to work with nonprofit, public-interest organizations addressing peace and security issues. Applications are especially encouraged from candidates with a strong interest in these issues who have prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy.

Program and Purpose

Scoville Fellows will choose to work with one of the twenty-six organizations participating in the program. With the assistance of the program director, Fellows will select a placement which best matches their interests and the needs of the host organization. Participating organizations provide office space and support, supervision and guidance for Fellows’ work. With the exception of Congressional lobbying, Fellows may undertake a variety of activities, including research, writing, and organizing that support the goals of their host organization.

The purpose of the fellowship is to provide an opportunity for college graduates to gain practical knowledge and experience by contributing to the efforts of nonprofit, public-interest organizations working on peace and security issues.

Salary and Benefits

Fellows receive a salary of $2,900 per month and health insurance, plus travel expenses to Washington, DC. The program also provide $1,000 per fellow for professional development to attend relevant conferences or meetings that could cover travel, accommodations, and registration fees.

Some lenders may permit Scoville Fellows to defer college loan payments during their fellowship. Check with your individual lenders.

Issue Areas Covered by the Scoville Fellowship 

• Arms Control/Disarmament/Non-Proliferation – nuclear, biological, chemical and conventional
• Conflict Prevention/Resolution
• Defense Budget
• Dismantling Chemical and Nuclear Weapons
• Environmental and Energy Security, including the nexus of climate change and energy use,  conflict and resource scarcity
• Environmental Impact/Cleanup of Nuclear Weapons Production Complex
• Export Controls
• International Security
• Peacebuilding and peacekeeping
• Regional/Ethnic Conflicts
• Terrorism prevention, including biological and nuclear

Applicants whose area of interest falls outside of the above list are unlikely to be selected as a Scoville Fellow.

Selection Criteria

This is a highly competitive fellowship designed for people who have already demonstrated a strong interest in the field, and not intended for those who want to try a semester in Washington. Successful candidates must be good writers who are adept at working in a fast paced office environment. We are seeking people considering a career working on international peace and security issues with public-interest organizations, the Federal Government, academia, or media.

Prospective Fellows are expected to demonstrate excellent academic accomplishments and a strong interest in issues of peace and security. Graduate study, a college major, course work, or substantial independent reading that reflects the substantive focus of the fellowship is also a plus. Prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy is highly desirable. It is preferred, but not required, that such activities be focused on peace and security issues.

Experience with public-interest activism or advocacy such as

Organizing a campus forum and/or outreach campaign, meeting with decisionmakers, or rallies
Working with or joining a campus, local, or national organization
Active participation in conferences
Writing and publication of opinion pieces in both traditional and new media

Candidates are required to have completed a baccalaureate degree by the time the fellowship commences. Preference is given to United States citizens, although a fellowship to a foreign national residing in the U.S. is awarded periodically. Non-U.S. citizens living outside the United States are not eligible to apply. The Scoville Fellowship is not intended for students or scholars interested in pursuing independent research in Washington, DC.

Preference will be given to individuals who have not had substantial prior public-interest or government experience in the Washington, DC area.

Application Materials

Applicants must email the following items to by October 1, 2015 for the spring 2016 semester. An automated email response will be sent when items are received. Applicants who do not receive the email response within 24 hours of emailing materials should re-submit their application.

1. A cover sheet that includes the following items. Do not submit a cover letter.

Telephone Number

Email Address

Semester for which you are applying

Name, address, email address, and telephone number for each of your two references (whether these letters are included with your materials or will be emailed separately).

List 5-6 of our participating organizations that you would like to work with if chosen as a Scoville Fellow. Please check this list of organizations to see which are eligible to host a fellow during the upcoming term.

How you learned about the Scoville Fellowship. Please be specific about the publications, websites, professors, career advisor/career office, friend, web search, etc.

2. A full curriculum vitae. The c.v. should include complete educational and professional data, as well as information on the applicant’s extracurricular activities.

3. A personal essay of no more than 1,000 words discussing the candidate’s qualifications, interests, fellowship objectives and career goals. The essay should clearly address the candidate’s experience and interest in and passion for the area of international peace and security, particularly in public education.

4. A policy/opinion essay of no more than 1,000 words relevant to the field of peace and security taking a position on a contemporary, contentious issue addressed by the fellowship (see list of issue areas). Essays must be titled. Candidates may submit an essay (or an excerpt of one) written for a course so long as it does not exceed the 1,000 word limit.

5. Official transcript(s) detailing the candidate’s entire college academic record including undergraduate, graduate and foreign study in a single PDF, and listed in chronological order. Applicants who have attended more than one college or university must submit official transcripts from each school if the grades do not appear on the transcript of the school from which they graduated. Transcripts should have the school seal and signature of the registrar but do not need to be mailed in a sealed envelope. Photocopies of official transcripts are acceptable; web-printed transcripts lacking the proper seal and signature are not. Applicants are requested to submit high-resolution transcripts that are easy to read; those who submit difficult to read transcripts will be asked to resubmit a higher resolution version, which may delay processing of the application. Candidates whose current courses are not listed on their transcript are required to submit a list of these courses on a separate sheet of paper. When emailing applications, candidates are asked not to include the guide to grades often found on the back of the transcript.

6. Two letters of reference. Each letter should address the accomplishments and standing of the candidate; the candidate’s interest and experience in international peace and security issues; the candidate’s ability to communicate, both orally and in writing; the candidate’s maturity and judgment, and the candidate’s potential to make a significant contribution to peace and security issues. Applicants must not submit more than two reference letters. Signatures are preferred but not required. Reference letters must be submitted as an attached Word or PDF document rather than in the body of the email.

Submitting Applications

Please read the following instructions for submitting applications. Failure to comply with this request may delay the processing of your application and hinder your chances of being selected for an interview.

● All application materials must be emailed to In the subject line write Scoville Application–Last name of applicant. Do not submit more than one copy of your application.

● Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit all application items as one compiled Adobe PDF file or Microsoft Word document in the order listed above.  Transcripts should be listed in chronological order beginning with freshman year courses and grades. We understand that some reference writers and universities prefer to send letters and transcripts directly to a potential employer. In that case these items should be emailed to We will reluctantly accept reference letters and transcripts in paper copies if they are not available as emails.

● Items 1-4 must be emailed as a single PDF or Word document and must not exceed 10 pages. We will not accept any of these documents in paper form.

● Applicants are responsible for ensuring that all materials, including reference letters and transcripts, arrive on time. Owing to the time it takes to process applications the program will not be able to confirm the arrival of items for several weeks after the deadline. Therefore applicants should confirm with their reference writers and universities that items have been submitted. Failure to send all items on time may adversely impact a candidate’s application.

● We request that complete applications not exceed 2 MB. Applicants may need to condense items in PDF and/or scan transcripts in black and white rather than color to minimize the email space. Scanned items should not exceed 150 dpi. We only accept materials submitted in PDF or Word formats.

● Official academic transcripts should be scanned and emailed rather than sent in the mail. Applicants should scan and email multi-page transcripts as a single attachment rather than send a separate attachment for each page of the transcript. Transcripts from undergraduate, graduate, and foreign study should be submitted in chronological order in a single attachment. Do not send email copies of transcripts that need to be downloaded or that require a password to open; these transcripts are only available to be downloaded for a limited time and are difficult to merge into a PDF document. Instead print, scan, and email the transcript as an attachment. Applicants may need to rotate their transcripts 90 degrees so they can be read on the computer. Applicants are asked not to submit copies of certificates or diplomas.

● Applicants are requested to list their name on each page of the application and to number each page of a multi-page document.

● Board members reviewing applications will only read items sent as attachments. Any message to the program director may be sent in a separate email to

● Applicants should not submit blank pages or extraneous documents.

● Applicants are requested not to submit materials more than one month prior to the deadline.

● In order to expedite the processing of the applications we request that applicants and others submitting materials on their behalf use the following titles when naming attachments:

If you are submitting all required items in a single email, including all transcripts and reference letters, title the attachment Last name of applicant-Complete

If one or both of your reference letters or your transcript is being sent separately, either by email or mail, title your attachments as follows:

Application Item Title of attached document
Items 1-4 Last name of applicant-1-4
Items 1-4 and all transcripts Last name of applicant-1-5
Official transcript(s) Last name of applicant-Transcript
Two letters of reference Last name of applicant-Last name of letter writer

● There is no need to write Scoville Fellowship or the semester for which you are applying in the title of each document.

Reference letters and transcripts that are not available by email may be mailed to
Paul Revsine
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship
322 4th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002


The deadline for receipt of all application materials is:

Spring 2016 Fellowship–October 1, 2015
Fall 2016 Fellowship–January 4, 2016

Selection Process

The fellowship’s board of directors selects the top applicants for Washington interviews. The fellowship pays for travel and accommodations for the finalists during the interview weekend. Interviews take place approximately 12-15 weeks after the application deadline. All unsuccessful applicants will be notified at that time.

Starting Dates for Fellowship

Spring Fellowship–begin between January 15 and April 1
Fall Fellowship–begin between July 15 and October 1


The Émigré Memorial German Internship Program–German State Parliaments (EMGIP) is a fellowship program that provides U.S. and Canadian students with internships at a German state parliament (Landtag).

Internships afford students an excellent opportunity to gain government work experience, improve their advanced German language skills, and learn about German culture firsthand.

This professional opportunity overseas is ideal for students planning on pursuing careers at a regional level of government in the United States or Canada, or who have an interest in a specific policy issue such as the environment, education, or healthcare.

EMGIP runs three times a year—fall, spring, and early summer—for one to three months, depending on elections, holiday schedules and state offices’ preferences.

Program Benefits

  • Monthly stipends to ensure a total monthly salary of EUR 670 for U.S. citizens
  • One- to three-month internship in a German Landtag in target internship field
  • Health insurance (optional)
  • Pre-departure orientation mailing
  • Housing assistance
  • Work authorization services
  • Support throughout the program in Germany and the United States
  • Re-entry information about marketing your experience abroad in the United States

Candidates for EMGIP must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • U.S. or Canadian citizen
  • Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at accredited U.S. or Canadian colleges and universities before, during and after the program may apply.
  • 18–30 years of age
  • High-intermediate German skills (oral & written). Candidates must be able and willing to communicate in German and possess good command of professional vocabulary in field.
  • Minimum of two years of university level studies in a field related to one of the following: international relations, public administration, political science, law, economics, European studies with emphasis on Germany, German or German studies, with a minor in one of the fields listed
  • Some relevant work experience (e.g. internship, volunteer work, summer job). It is important that a candidate knows how to adjust to a professional environment and how to use theoretical skills in the workplace.

Application Deadlines

  • October 1, 2015 for Spring 2016
  • December 1, 2015 for early Summer 2016
  • March 31, 2016 for Fall 2016

2015 Full Master Scholarships at South Australia University

Deadline: 31 August 2015
Open to: Australian and International graduates
Scholarship: annual stipend of $25,849, tuition fees, health insurance


The University of South Australia is a globally-focused, locally-engaged institution established on the dual principles of equity and excellence. With more than 33,000 students, the university is South Australia’s largest and has more than 10,000 International students.

The University of South Australia is inviting applications for the President’s Scholarships available for Australian and International students and awarded on the basis of academic merit. Scholarships are available to support students enrolling in areas of research concentration and research strength and are nearly always given to doctorate by research candidates but can be given to masters by research candidates in some cases.


In order to be eligible for the scholarship you must have a University of South Australia supervisor willing to nominate you for consideration and outstanding academic records, and be a citizen of an overseas country eligible for entry to Australia for the time required to complete the research degree.

Criteria for Australian applicants:

  • Generally an applicant must have first-class Honours or equivalent to be eligible;
  • Scholarships are awarded on the basis that the candidate will be studying full-time. In some cases, candidates can apply to receive scholarships on a part-time basis if there are compelling social reasons (eg the need to provide full-time care of children, disabled, sick, injured or elderly). The need to undertake part- or full-time work is not considered a compelling social reason.

Criteria for International applicants:

  • Generally an applicant must have first-class Honours or equivalent to be eligible;
  • An awardee must be enrolled on a full-time basis as a candidate for a Masters by Research or PhD at the University of South Australia.
  • An awardee shall be enrolled as an internal candidate at the University of South Australia.


The UPS scholarship includes a living allowance of at least $25,849 per annum. In addition UPS will cover tuition fees and Overseas Student Health Cover.


Interested candidates must apply online HERE. In your application you will need to attach electronic copies of documentation, including:

  • transcripts of undergraduate, honours and postgraduate courses undertaken (even if not completed);
  • certification of English language proficiency (if relevant);
  • passport details or evidence of citizenship.

If your application is successful you will need to send your original or certified original documents to:

Graduate Research Centre
City West campus
University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471
Adelaide, South Australia 5001

The deadline to apply is 31 August 2015.

For any enquiries please contact the Graduate Research Centre at:

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