Yes, today our blog is in English, because for most the offers, if you cannot read and understand the announcements, it means that it is not for you.
Each summer the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University swings open the doors of our vibrant yellow house to welcome a group of talented and curious students as full-time interns – Berkterns! – who are passionate about the promise of the Internet. Finding connected and complementary research inquiries among their diverse backgrounds, students represent all levels of study, are being trained in disciplines across the board, and come from universities all over the world to tackle issues related to the core of Berkman’s research agenda, including law, technology, innovation, and knowledge; the relationships between Internet and civic activity; and the intersection of technology, learning, and development. Summer interns jump head first into the swirl of the Berkman universe, where they are deeply and substantively involved in our research projects and efforts.
- Internships are open to students enrolled across the full spectrum of disciplines.
- Internships are open to students at different levels of academic study including those in bachelor’s, master’s, law, and Ph.D programs (some flexibility with high school students is possible).
- Summer interns do not need to be U.S. residents or in school in the U.S.; indeed, we encourage international students to apply.
- Summer interns do not need an existing affiliation with Harvard University.
The application deadline for all students for Summer 2014 is Sunday, February 16, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
The Berkman Center website shows a list of other institutions which offer internship opportunities.
- The fellowships are open to candidates who will have successfully defended their Ph.D. by 31 July preceding the start of the fellowship on 1 September.
- Candidates are eligible during the 7-year period following the successful completion of their Ph.D. (For example, to apply for 2014/15, the Ph.D. should be completed between 31/7/2007 and 31/7/2014)
- Extensions to the 7-year rule are allowed in cases of applicants whose academic career has been interrupted due to maternity leave, illness or mandatory military service. In particular, for each maternity leave an additional year will be permitted, while in the case of a long or recurrent illness the total period of illness may be taken into account in calculating eligibility.
- Explanation of the circumstances should be included in the application in the field marked ‘Additional Notes’. Supporting documents will be requested from candidates proposed for selection.
- Candidates who have received their Ph.D. from the EUI can only apply for JMF after they have been away from the Institute in a full-time occupation or with another fellowship for at least one year after defending the Ph.D.
- Candidates of all nationalities are eligible for the Jean Monnet Fellowships.
The annual deadline for applications is 25 October 2014
- Candidates who have received their Ph.D. or officially been accepted for defense by the time of the start of the programme (1 September).
- Candidates are eligible during the five-year period following the successful completion of their Ph.D. For example, to apply for 2014/2015 you should have received or submitted your Ph.D. betweeen 1/9/2009 and 1/9/2014 and the Ph.D. defense should take place no later than 31/12/2014.
- Extensions to the five-year rule are allowed for applicants whose academic career has been interrupted for maternity leave, illness or mandatory military service. Cite circumstances in the application in the field ‘Additional Notes’. Successful candidates will be asked to provide supporting documents.
- EUI graduates can only apply for Max Weber Fellowships after having been away from the EUI and in a full-time occupation or with another fellowship for at least one year after defending their Ph.D.
- Candidates of all nationalities are eligible for the Max Weber Fellowships.
Applications are invited for Beijing government scholarships from international students studying or applying for studying in Beijing. Duration differs with respect to the subjects chosen. It takes around 4 to 5 years for undergraduates, 2 to 3 years for Masters degree candidates and 3 years for PhD degree candidates. The duration varies for Chinese language students, general scholar candidates and senior scholar candidates. An applicant receives financial support from other Chinese government scholarship programs or organizations/agencies would not be eligible for the Beijing Municipal Government Scholarship.
Application Deadline: Students must notice that applications with application materials should be handed to the relevant university or college before the end of February
The Africa Biosciences Challenge Fund (ABCF), managed by the BecA-ILRI Hub, provides fellowships to scientists and graduate students from African national agricultural research organisations and universities to undertake biosciences research-for-development projects at the BecA-ILRI Hub. The purpose of the ABCF fellowship program is to develop capacity for agricultural biosciences research in Africa, to support research projects that ultimately contribute towards increasing food and nutritional security or food safety in Africa, and to facilitate access to the BecA-ILRI Hub by African researchers.
We seek applicants with innovative ideas for short to medium term research projects (up to 12 months) that can be undertaken at the BecA-ILRI Hub. Projects must be in the areas of food and nutritional security or food safety in Africa.
National (passport holder) of a BecA-ILRI Hub target country: Burundi, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Congo Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Kenya, Madagascar, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda. In exceptional cases we may consider applicants from other African countries.
Countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
The programme provides researchers with a PhD degree with an opportunity to conduct research at Swedish universities and research institutes. Priority will be given to applicants with a PhD degree from 2009 or later.
The scholarships will be granted for long-term visits (6, 9 or 12 months) during the academic year 2014/2015 (1 September 2014 to 31 August 2015).
Other organizations also offer scholarships or travel grants for studies in Sweden.
Scholarships for students in a variety of countries
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) funds the Linnaeus-Palme programme (in Swedish only), part of which offers teachers and students in developing countries the opportunity to come to Sweden. The programme is administered by Sweden’sInternational Programme Office for Education and Training. NOTE: The programme offers a framework for cooperation between a Swedish university and one in the developing world. Thus, you cannot apply directly for scholarships but instead do this through your home university.
The University of Gothenburg maintains a large list of links to scholarship funds and foundations. However, only some of these scholarship providers offer information in English.
Rotary International offers district and global grants to those with district clubs in their area.
If you can summon an endorsement by a UNESCO National Commission, aUNESCO Fellowship might be an option.
The Open Society Foundations offer individual fellow- or scholarships to nationals of various countries.
Compiled in a database by the Institute of International Education, various scholarship programmes are available to a number of countries.