British Council is now accepting proposals for New Art new Audiences (nAnA) Grants 2017. This Scholarship program is an annual open call for artists, arts organisations, and art collectives from cities within England, Ethiopia, Kenya, Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Scotland, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Wales. nAnA gives an opportunity for artists from these cities to create new art together, and to showcase this art to audiences across these countries. The deadline for applications is on 13th of August.
Paid Traineeship in Switzerland by the Policy and Humanitarian Diplomacy Division of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) offers five traineeship positions for a period of one year, starting either in January, February or March 2018. The deadline for applications is on 7th of August.
The Prague College is offering scholarships for international students to pursue undergraduate or graduate programmes. These scholarships will cover up to 10%, 20% or more of tuition fees for either a single academic year or the duration of the programme. The aim of the scholarships is to give students an excellent university experience. The deadline for applications is on 31st of July.
Northern Michigan University is offering International Academic Awards to pursue undergraduate programme. These scholarships are available to new NMU students who enroll Fall 2017 or later. The application process is ongoing.
Those of you who would like to study in Australia are welcome to appy for The Australian National University Excellence Scholarship. The program is available exclusively to international students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The deadline is on 15th of October.
The Harvard Academy Scholars Program identifies and supports outstanding scholars at the start of their careers whose work combines disciplinary excellence in the social sciences (including history and law) with a command of the language and history or culture of non-Western countries or regions. All application materials need to arrive by the deadline of October 1st.
Young people today have access to a wide range of programs to study abroad, and the number of them is constantly growing. Studying abroad is a great chance to see how the systems in other countries work, and also to test yourself as a person. A typical list of advantages that come along includes new friendships, experiences, traveling, and so on. As with everything else in life, not even this resists turning into a cliché. The reason is that many perceive a semester or a year abroad as an “academic vacation“. For all of you who are about to go abroad and study as exchange students, take a moment to decide whether you just want months of fun, or a meaningful experience (which doesn’t exclude wild parties).
The Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) offers scholarships to foreign students to study for a period of one year at designated Japanese universities in order to deepen their understanding of the Japanese language, Japanese affairs, and Japanese culture. The deadline for applications is ongoing.
Students from all over the world are welcome to apply for The Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program. The program is designed to attract the most promising future leaders from all disciplines and countries to Stanford University. The deadline for submissions is 27 September.
Each year, many international students come to China to obtain university degrees. In this article, Tausif Ali, a PhD Student at Hohai University, highlights some of the key factors behind his decision to study in China by citing some facts and figures.