Thursday, May 1, 2008

OPPORTUNITY FOR MASTERS STUDY AT BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY (BGSU)-OHIO

OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDY AT BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY - LOCATED IN OHIO, USA

Bowling Green State University (BGSU), a university of approximately 20,000 students located in Bowling Green, Ohio USA (which is
located in the Northwestern part of Ohio, USA) has agreed to admit Tanzania students who show a lot of promise for building up the country
of Tanzania, by awarding tuition waivers to these excellent Tanzanian students who do not otherwise have all the funds needed for study at a
university in the United States. This opportunity is available through the Great Lakes Consortium for International Training and
Development (GLC) and its Tanzania Project Advisor Karl Gingrich. Tuition waivers mean that they will grant the accepted students
$54,000 (USD) in tuition fee waivers for four years of undergraduate study. This opportunity is also available for graduate level studies for
those who have a university degree, not a diploma, under a similar program. Tuition waivers for graduate students are gained through being
accepted for an assistantship, which also usually carries with it a stipend for living expenses in addition to tuition waivers.

It is the responsibility of the student applicant to make certain that all of the following is accomplished. Those being considered have
kept in close e-mail and personal contact during this entire process. It is not the responsibility of BGSU or the GLC to keep in contact
with the student applicant.

Consideration will only be given to those students who meet all of the following 11 criteria:
1 - The student must return to Tanzania after completion of their studies, and work to develop Tanzania. The goal of this program is to build
up the country of Tanzania by providing higher education opportunities to exceptional Tanzania students. Its goal is not to create a pathway
for immigration to the US.

2 – The undergraduate student is expected to stay in the US for the entire four year undergraduate period in order to complete their entire
course of study. Any family obligations must be taken care of prior to their travel to the US. Spouses and other dependents cannot come
with the students.

3 – Karl Gingrich will interview all prospective students before they begin this process. All admission applications for this study opportunity
will be submitted and coordinated through Karl Gingrich, GLC Project Advisor – e-mail: gingrich@tds.net. Any other contact or
submissions will make it difficult and possibly impossible to process your application for this program. No other person in Tanzania is
authorized to recommend students for this program. However, there are some people in Tanzania who are aware of this program and they
can provide information to assist you in this program.

4 - The student must take a course of study which BGSU offers. The many courses of study can be reviewed on the web site www.bgsu.edu.

5 – In order to assess a student’s academic achievements and to determine their eligibility for this program, a copy of the student’s records
must be submitted for review to Karl Gingrich. These records are their national exam reports and all of their annual secondary school
reports, in addition to any other academic reports that they might have. For graduate students all the transcripts from their degree program
must be submitted. These records must show that the student is an outstanding student, meaning that for undergraduate studies they are a
Division One student in both A and O levels, and for graduate level studies they must provide evidence of a very high Grade Point Average
from their university degree work. The Certified Copies of student records can be submitted either in person to Karl Gingrich when he is in
Tanzania or by scanning them into a file and sending them through e-mail attachment files to gingrich@tds.net.
Bowling Green State University will be the sole and final determinant of those accepted into this program for either the
undergraduate or the graduate levels, based upon the original records submitted.

6 – At the proper time and when told to do so, the student must take the English language examination (TOEFL). For graduate level studies
the student must also take, in advance of their consideration, the GRE examination (or other graduate level test as specified by the BGSU
catalog.) These examinations are administered at the University of Dar es Salaam. There is a fee for these examinations. Other places in
Tanzania to sit for these examinations are not accepted and the results will be rejected. You can only take these examinations and
TOEFL at an official authorized testing center.

7 - After being accepted by BGSU, and when BGSU provides them with a US government form I-20, the student will be required to take
their Tanzania Passport to the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam and obtain a US student visa. There is a fee for this.

8 - The student will be required to provide evidence that they have funds available for traveling to the US, totaling at least $2,700 to $3,000 ,
for their immediate travel and student living expenses. You will be required to show this evidence in order to obtain a US Student Visa at
the US Embassy. These costs are broken down and will be used as:

a - Air transportation one way from Tanzania to Bowling Green Ohio. The nearest airport is Toledo Ohio or Detroit Michigan;

b - Sufficient funds to begin living and studying in the US; approximately $1,900 which is broken down and needed for: first
semester’s books cost $400; deposit on apartment and first month’s rent cost $450; first month’s food cost $100; first semester’s
medical insurance cost $800; miscellaneous school supplies cost $150. If you come without these funds you will have many
difficulties. There is no one other then yourself who will pay these expenses for you. Failure to come with these funds may make
it necessary for you to return to Tanzania immediately. You will use all of these funds at once upon arrival in the U.S.

9 - In order to pay for all of your on-going living expenses while you are studying at BGSU, the student will work on the BGSU campus.
You will be expected to work at least 20 hours each week and you will be paid for this work. The pay received from this work will provide
for your ongoing living expenses.

10 – The GLC will assist all the students when they arrive and while they are at BGSU and the GLC will provide advice and other support
for their comfort and safety while they are at BGSU. The GLC will not provide financial support.

11 – Those students who can pay for their own annual tuition can also apply through Karl Gingrich and we will assist them in the application
process, assimilation into the campus, gaining jobs to pay for living expenses, and an introduction to other East African students studying at
BGSU. The GLC will also assist these tuition paying students to gain in-state tuition fees which is a substantial reduction in the tuition cost.

This process for the selection of students for tuition waivers is a very long process, typically taking at least one year. Students who are
considering this process are encouraged to begin early. Students who wish to study in the U.S. are also encouraged to inquire at the US
Embassy in Dar es Salaam. There are regularly scheduled programs at the Embassy to help prospective students gain additional information
on study in the U.S. The embassy personnel are aware of this BGSU program.

For further information on this opportunity please contact
Karl Gingrich e-mail - gingrich@tds net 19364 CR 7, Findlay, Ohio 45840
USA telephone 419 387 7356;
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NEW SCHOLARSHIP FOR MA in HUMAN RIGHTS PRACTICE (UK)

MA in Human Rights Practice Scholarships, UK

The Erasmus Mundus MA in Human Rights Practice Scholarships are for study at Roehampton University (London, UK), Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden and Universitet I Tromsø in Norway.

Programme length: 2 years
Number of places: 35
The Award: Students will receive a multiple degree award from Roehampton, Göteborgs and Tromsø.
Entry Requirements: Applicants need a good 1st degree recognized by the Masters consortium in a related field of social sciences and / or relevant professional experience.

English Language Qualification: International students will need an English Language qualification of either IELTS 6.5 (minimum 6.0 in all sections) or TOEFL 575 (232 computer based).
Selection Process: The call for applications will be made in July of every year and open for 6 months (closing date January of the following year).
This allows students ample time to obtain their necessary English Language qualification.

Applications are checked on arrival to ensure that they meet the entry criteria. Those applications that meet the criteria are carried forward to the selection Board held in January of every year.

Due weight will be given to the stated rationale for undertaking this International Programme, i.e. the ability to communicate clearly, the nature and relevance of prior experience and the manner in which international co-operatic and understanding will be fostered after completion.

Scholarship Information: The EU Commission will grant scholarships to highly qualified third-country graduate students and scholars—to students to follow a selected Erasmus Mundus Masters Course, to scholars to carry out teaching and research assignments and scholarly work in the institutions participating in the Course.

Students and scholars must apply to Roehampton University. The MA SEN consortia will apply to the Commission for Scholarship funds. Scholarships are paid through the MA SEN consortia. Graduate students would receive a grant of EURO 42,000 for 24 months study.
Scholar students would receive a grant of EURO 13,000 for 3 months study.
Deadline: 10th January

Further information:
Further information can be found on the Erasmus Mundus MA SEN website:http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/international/erasmusmundus/

Enquiries and applications:
Hilary.jones@roehampton.ac.uk orinternational@roehampton.ac.uk
International CentreDownshire HouseRoehampton UniversityRoehampton LaneLondon SW15 4HTPhone: +44 (0) 20 8392 3192Fax: +44 (0) 208392 3031
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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

PRESS RELEASE (GREEN CARD LOTTERY-Apply October - November 2008)

Press Release

U.S. Embassy alert on visa lottery scam

April 20, 2007

The U.S. Embassy warns about recurring fraudulent schemes involving the Diversity Visa Lottery in which applicants are randomly selected for immigration to the United States. Scammers send spam emails pretending to be from the U.S. government congratulating the recipient that they have been selected in the Visa Lottery. A typical scam message is below.

These schemes often use a spoof U.S. government website. They may have domain names similar to government agencies, official-looking emblems (eagles, flags, or other American images like the Statue of Liberty or the U.S. Capitol), the official seals or logos of — and links to — other government sites, and list Washington, D.C., mailing addresses.

U.S. Embassy spokesperson, Jeffery A. Salaiz gave some tips on recognizing and avoiding these scams.
- Those selected in the Visa Lottery are notified by regular mail, not by email. - Applicants never have to pay any fee until they come in person to the Embassy for their interview. Any communication that asks for money or bank account information to be sent in advance is a scam.

- Do not click on to any websites in these scam messages. The act of opening these links can make you vulnerable to viruses or other malicious codes. Information about the Diversity Visa Lottery can be found at http://www.travel.state.gov .

- Any questions about a Diversity Visa Lottery notification can be referred to the embassy at DRSIV@state.gov.

Winners of the diversity visa lottery have to be interviewed. To establish their eligibility, they must provide proof of a high school education or its equivalent, or show two years of work experience in an occupation that requires at least two years of training or experience within the past five years. Those selected need also process their immigrant visa applications before departure.

The U.S. Embassy continues to invite those wishing to enter DV lottery, and ask them to submit online at www.dvlottery.state.gov. (This site is only accessible during the application period. Application period normally lasts for two months only (October - November). Paper entries or mail-in requests are not accepted.

The text below is from a typical scam message. It is entirely fraudulent.

From: US DEPARTMENT OF STATE [mailto:dvprogram.state.gov@hotmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 5:04 PM
Subject: AMERICAN DV2007 VISA LOTTERY PROGRAM.SUCCESS NOTIFICATION LETTER.

DV LOTTERY.STATE.GOV,
U.S Department of State,
Kentucky Consular Center, 1001 Visa Crest Migrate,
KY 41901-1000
www.dvlottery.state.gov

Dear Winner,
It is my pleasure to congratulate you on your success in the AMERICAN DV2007 VISA LOTTERY PROGRAM which was applied and processed by our agency. You were selected as one of the lucky winners on our internet screening machine,for the DV2007 USA national visa lottery program. Your visa lottery winner's identity is ID-7200DV and your serial net visa passport with us is SNVPh700IU.In this respect, you are directed to forward the following requirements:

l. Your present contact address (for correspondence)
2. Your recent passport photograph .
3. REGULAR MAIL. You can also send your photo(s) by regular mail. The photo must be between 2 by 2 inches (37-50 mm) square, with the applicant's,spouse's, or child's name printed on the back.Please mail the photos to:

Immigration Services:
PA/PL,Rm.3206,
U.S.Department of State
Kentucky Consular Center
1001 Visa Crest Migrate,
KY 41901-1000.

Or preferably, you can scan them and send via email for faster processing.Clearance/acceptance fees is($989.67) Details of requirements:

Your present contact address should be forwarded strictly to our receiving correspondent Mr. James Peterson through his email address jpeterson_statedept@yahoo.com We accept Western Union Money Transfer as the ONLY payment method due to some reasons from our past experiences. (Credit card is not acceptable, please.)For information on how to send across the fees, please contact the Clearance Officer Mr.Brad Greenwalt through his email (officer_clearance@yahoo.com ). Your payment confirmation shall be sent to you as soon as clarification is done on your payment.

Providing the above requirements will assure you of getting your Visa Lottery Acknowledgement Card and Visa Lottery Security Code which we shall send to your email address.

Important notice: Please make sure you report and forward your Visa Lottery Code and Acknowledgement Card to the USA embassy in your individual country for your Green Card and other necessary claims.

According to the United States of America's Code of Conduct and Constitution Vol.176/866:Act 690SN guiding all immigration, and Green Card permit Agencies, Non-Response,14 days after you receive this message to your winner's status shall reveal "No interest" and we would in return, refer your lottery code and acknowledgement card back to the USA Government/Immigration Service Center. We shall be anticipating your reply soon.

CONGRATULATIONS ONCE MORE.

Mrs. Magdalene Collins, Coordinator.
KELVIN POWELL
Executive Director.

Note: Your response/reply should be sent ONLY to the above stated Email network. This is for security reasons.
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CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIP (BRITAIN) Apply for 2009 intake

Chevening Scholarships

A prestigious award to fund your UK postgraduate studies

Have you recently enrolled, or are about to enroll, on a twelve-month postgraduate course in the UK? Do you want help with funding your studies? Are you 39 or under and already experienced in your chosen career? Would you like to develop your career and become part of an influential global alumnus? Then a British Chevening Scholarship could be right for you.

What is a Chevening Scholarship?
The Chevening Scholarship Programme is a prestigious awards scheme that funds international postgraduate students who want to study in the UK. Funded by the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and administered by the British Council, the scheme operates in over 150 countries and annually provides funding for over 2,300 students.

Why should I choose a Chevening Scholarship?
The Chevening scholarship gives you the chance to experience a world-renowned educational system. In addition, this provides you with the opportunity to experience UK life and meet other Chevening scholars. Once you become a Chevening scholar, you will discover many opportunities to develop your career and become a future leader in your field.

Can you apply?
You can apply for a Chevening scholarship after you have completed your undergraduate studies and have already begun a career in your chosen field. You'll be expected to show you have at least two years' working experience, with an excellent track record illustrating your achievements, and evidence that you will become a leader in your chosen field. You will also need an upper second-class degree or higher.

You must not be over 39 years old and must be a Tanzanian citizen when you apply.
You must have good English language skills (most UK Higher Education institutions require a minimum IELTS of 6.5 for admission onto postgraduate courses).

You are expected to show a commitment to return to Tanzania, where you will contribute to the country's socio-economic development using the new skills and knowledge acquired during your stay in the UK.

You cannot apply for a scholarship for undergraduate or PhD study.
How do you apply?
You will need to submit the following documents to us:

Application form
Curriculum Vitae
supporting letters from two referees
photocopies of academic certificates
Transcript/record of exams that you have passed.
Birth certificate (with translation)
The deadline for applications is mid-December every year.

What financial support does the Scholarship offer?
The scholarship funds most Master's courses, running over a period of twelve months in the UK only.

This scholarship covers:
a gratis student visa
all your academic fees
a monthly allowance to cover living expenses
an arrival and departure allowance to help with travel
a book and clothing allowance
travel costs to and from the UK.

For further information about Chevening programme please visit Chevening website or e-mail info@britishcouncil.or.tz


Attached Application Form (Ona "sample yake")










INFORMATION ABOUT APPLYING FOR
CHEVENING AWARDS


The Foreign and Commonwealth Office provides a limited number of scholarships to the UK for Post-graduate study not exceeding 12 months in duration. Co-sponsorship or cost sharing of awards is encouraged.

The awards are aimed at potential high achievers. Candidates must have an Upper Second Class degree or above and should have at least three year’s work experience.

The maximum age to apply for a Chevening Award is 40 years.

Applicants should write to the Training Department, British Council, PO Box 9100, Dar es Salaam, and should give brief details of their age, work experience, degree held and subject of interest.

The closing date for applications for awards starting in September 2008 ends on 15 December 2007. Short-listing will be done in January 2008 and successful candidates will be notified and invited to attend an interview.

Because of the large number of applications we receive we regret that we cannot reply to all letters to notify rejection.











CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS
APPLICATION FORM – CHEV/1




The Scholarship Scheme of the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office




PHOTOGRAPH

Please complete all parts of this form in black ink or typescript andattach a recent photograph of yourself. Enclose two additional copesof the photograph, after printing your name on the back and signingeach one.

A note at the end of this form explains who will see the informationyou supply to us, and why.

PART A PERSONAL DETAILS

Family name: (as in your passport)


Other name(s):


Title:
Mr
Mrs
Miss
Ms
Dr
Sex:
Male
Female


Place of birth:

Date of birth:


Status:
Single

Married
Divorced
Widowed

Nationality:


Number of children (if applicable):


Will any member of your family accompany you to the UK? If yes, please specify which ones and state how you propose to meet their expenses. Under the Chevening Scholarships programme, we cannot pay married or child allowances; any stipend you receive is intended to cover your expenses only.


Your address, where we should send letters:
Name, address of next of kin or person in your home country who should be contacted in the event of an emergency (Please state relationship).


E-mail:

E-mail:

Telephone number:

Telephone number:

Mobile number:

Mobile number:




Please tick this box to confirm that you have told your emergency contacts that you are giving us their names and contact details


Where are you currently working or studying?


If you are currently working, please provide details of your post, grade and main responsibilities.


If you are currently studying, what qualifications do you expect to obtain, and when do you expect to obtain it?



PART B: ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Please list all academic qualifications gained since completing your secondary education, stating the institutions attended, the main subjects of study, and when the main courses started and finished. Please indicate with an asterisk (*) those courses which were entirely, or mostly, in English medium – i.e. where the language of instruction or supervision was English. Please attach photocopies of all relevant academic certificates or transcripts, with accompanying translations into English if they are in another language.

Qualification(including class or level)
Institution
Subject
From
To































PART C: PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND
Please list all positions held since completing your secondary or tertiary education.

Position
Organisation/Institution
From
To



























PART D: PROPOSED COURSE OF STUDY IN THE UK

What qualification(s) would you like to obtain, and in which subject(s)? If there are alternatives to your first choice, please state order of preference. If you wish to conduct research rather than obtain a formal qualification, please state so clearly.
1.

2.

3.


At which institution(s) would you like to study or conduct research? If there are alternatives to your first choice, please state order of preference. If you have no particular preferences and would like the British Council to identify a suitable instittuion for you, please do not complete this section.
1.

2.

3.



Are you applying for a fully funded Chevening Scholarship?
Yes

No:


If no, how do you propose to supplement your scholarship?



Have you already been in contact with the institution(s) of your choice?
Yes
No:

If yes, please attach photocopies of all relevant correspondence (e.g. acknowledgements of applications and offer letters).


Have you ever studied in the UK?
Yes
No:

If yes, were you in receipt of a British Government funded award or scholarship? Please give full details.


If you answered ‘yes’ to the last question, please give full details of the study programme.


Have you ever visited the UK on holiday or for other purposes?
Yes
No:

If yes, please indicate when and what the purpose of your visit was.


Are you applying for any other scholarships or awards to study in the UK, to be funded either by the British Council, or by other institutions or foundations?
Yes
No:

If yes, please give full details.


PART E REFEREES

Please attach letters from two (2) referees (both of whom should be professional or academic) in support of your application for a Chevening Scholarship. Please provide details of the two referees below. If you are unable to attach letters from your referees, please ask them to write to us as soon as possible.


FIRST REFEREE

Title and name:

Position:

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PART F: STATEMENTS ABOUT YOURSELF AND YOUR PLANS

Personal Statement

What are your reasons for applying for the course you wish to study? Explain how it will help your career and personal development on your return to your home country. Try to do this in no more than 250 words. If you are applying to undertake research, explain your research proposal at the beginning of your answer, and explain what benefits it will bring to your country. Be brief, we can explore the detail at interview if necessary.




Your Plans for the Future

Please provide an outline of your ambitions and career plan. How do you intend to ‘make a difference’ in your country? Try to do this in no more than 250 words. We can discuss your plans at interview.





Are you a Potential Leader?

Chevening is unique in that it looks for future leaders, who can use their influence and standing to bring benefits to their communities and countries. Describe your most outstanding non-academic achievement where you demonstrated leadership potential. It should involve other people, and it may be an extra-curricular/sport/community/professional activity or an assignment. Try to do this in no more than 250 words. We can discuss it further at interview.




IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT YOU SHOULD READ AND UNDERSTAND BEFORESIGNING THIS APPLICATION FORM

Anyone applying for a Chevening scholarship should be aware of the following:

(i) Application: your application (including anything you add at interview or afterwards) should be accurate, not omit any facts that are relevant and not be misleading. If we find that there were significant effors or omissions in the information you have supplied to us in the course of your application you will not be offered a scholarship, or you will have your scholarship withdrawn or terminated.
(ii) Selection: the section process will be fair. No applicant will have, or should seek or accept, any unfair advantage. No member of the British Council or the Foreign and Commonwealth Office will unfairly promote or disadvantage the interests of any applicant. If we find that you have secured an unfair advantage in the selection process we reserve the right not to offer you a scholarship, or withdraw or terminate your scholarship.
(iii) Finding a course of study: we encourage applicants to identify the course and institution that fits their precise needs, to apply independently and secure a conditional place on the course as early as possible. Many of the most popular courses at top institutions are filled very early. If you cannot or do not find a course, we will help scholars who are successful at interview to find a course and institution that fits their requirements. But if we cannot find a suitable course at a suitable institution (perhaps because all the places have already been allocated) then we reserve the right to withdraw the offer of a scholarship. Our policy is not to allow applicants to defer. An applicant who has not secured a place on a suitable course will have to reapply again. You must not make commitments, especially commitments with financial consequences, until you know that you have a confirmed place on a suitable course.
(iv) Medical: We expect all applicants to reveal all relevant details in the medical form that accompanies their application, if necessary provided in confidence in a sealed envelope addressed to the Chevening Officer at the Embassy (or High Commission) to ensure your privacy is protected. If you are offered a scholarship it will be conditional on a further satisfactory medical report. If that medical report is not satisfactory we reserve the right to withdraw the offer of a scholarship. If you are successful at interview It will be in your interest to arrange for your medical report to be completed as soon as possible. You must not make commitments, especially commitments with financial consequences, until you know that your medical report is satisfactory.
(v) Entry clearance: You must tell us when you apply if there is anything (such as previous convictions or associations with terrorist organisations) that may be an impediment to securing a visa or entry clearance to study in the UK. If we find that we cannot provide you with a visa for any reason then we will withdraw the offer of a scholarship. You should not make commitments, especially commitments with financial consequences, unless you are certain that there will be no impediment to you securing a visa or entry clearance to study.
(vi) Changes of circumstances: If your circumstances change through an event or events which were genuinely beyond your control, or in ways that are generally unexpected, you should contact us immediately. We will take reasonable steps to ensure that you can take up your scholarship, perhaps by providing extra support or finding an alternative course at an institution that can provide such support. But we reserve the right to withdraw the offer of a scholarship if we feel that the circumstances are such that this is in the best interests of the applicant or the FCO.


Data Protection
Thank you for providing us with information about yourself on this form. We will look after the information carefully and use it to consider your suitability for a scholarship and to manage the application process. It will be made available to staff at the British Council and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. It may also be made available for these reasons to co-sponsors of the Chevening programme, and to members of any panel that interviews you. If you are successful, the information (and the information you tell us at the interview and at other times) may be passed to external consultants to obtain advice on suitable courses or other training opportunities in UK. Your information may also be passed to UK Higher Education Institutions to help secure a place on a course in the UK. After we know that you have a confirmed place on a course we will ask you again for permission to use the information in new ways that will become necessary as you proceed to take up your scholarship. If you are unsuccessful the information will be held securely and destroyed in due course.

In signing the application form for a Chevening scholarship you accept that you will be bound by these conditions.

You also accept that we will use the information you have given us in the ways we have described.


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