Wednesday, January 14, 2009

MA program in International Political Economy-Germany

Master of Arts in International Political Economy at Jacobs University Bremen

Program title: MA program in International Political Economy

Region and Country: Bremen, Germany

Language of instruction: English

Program description:
The MA in International Political Economy offers a specialization in the rich interactions between economic systems and political institutions. It is based on the belief that an examination of these interactions provides students with a better understanding of pressing social challenges and public policy choices. While the focus of the program is on current political economy issues, it also provides students with insight into the historical dimension of the globalization process. In cooperation with the Bremer Energie Institut, the program gives students the opportunity to become acquainted with the international political economy of natural resources and energy supply.

Program structure:

The program comprises four areas:

* The Common Thematic Area (M1) comprises two theory and two methods modules that are identical for the three MA programs International Political Economy, Comparative Politics & Sociology , and Global Visual
Communication .

* The Specific Thematic Area (M2) comprises three modules (Economic History, Political Economy, and International Political Economy). These modules consist of a foundations seminar and an issues seminar. Furthermore an additional foundations seminar must be taken from a companion program (Comparative Politics & Sociology
or Global Visual Communication
).

* The Optional Area (M3) is covered by any graduate course from the social sciences or humanities at Jacobs University (excepting the Research Colloquium; see M4 below).
* The Research Area (M4) is covered by the Research Colloquium that MA students are required to attend during their fourth semester of study while writing their MA thesis.

Link to the program website http://www.jacobs-university.de/ipe/

Financial Aid Offered:
Graduate program tuition at Jacobs University costs €20,000/year. Stipends and tuition waivers, however, are available to students who qualify.

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Erasmus Mundus Scholarship: MSc in Network and e-Business

Scholarship: full
Deadline: 31 January 2009
Open to: students that did not spend more then a year during the last 5 years in any of the EU countries

1 Scholarship available for SEE students as part of Balkan cooperation window

Announcement follows:

This is a joint MSc programme between University of Reading (UoR), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), University Carlos III Madrid (UC3M) and Trinity College Dublin.

Course aims
* To prepare the future professionals for the digital economy to be capable of understanding the technical underpinnings and business opportunities of the new economy
* To provide in-depth study and training encompassing state-of-the-art principles and techniques in students chosen specialist e-business route. This is provided through having a set of in-depth specialist modules
* To provide students with research and development skills through a substantial 6-month research and development project undertaken in one of the participating institutions
* To provide the students with an opportunity to study in a multi-cultural environment sharing knowledge with other students from different background.

Studentships and Admissions


The application process for the 2009/2010 intake is now open: Apply online http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/mundus/projects/other3_en.html
The deadline for application for scholarships is 31 January 2009.

SOURCE http://www.mladiinfo.com/scholarships/erasmus-mundus-scholarship-msc-in-network-and-e-business.html Read more ...

Scholarships for International Masters in Economy, State and Society

Scholarship: up to 42 000 Euros
Deadline: January 21, 2009
Open to: third countries citizens + Balkan countries students

Course description:
Building on the existing strengths of six leading European universities, this Masters programme in Economy, State & Society situates the study of the emerging economies and societies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in a global context. The multidisciplinary, language-based programme is
organised along four tracks: Economics & Business; Politics & Security; Nation & Society; and History & Culture.

The states of CEE have undergone far-reaching political, economic and social change since 1989, culminating in the 2004 and 2007 European Union enlargements. Understanding the comparative economic advantages of the CEE states, their relationship with the EU border states, the importance of
migration flows, health and security for the wider region as well as the obstacles faced in developing a truly knowledge-based economy are essential both for the European and the global community.

This MA will raise the global expertise in this area by addressing these key issues in the context of the region’s economies, states and societies.
Participants spend the first year at University College London and the second at a university in the CEE country whose language they have been studying. In year 1: all students: study a language; take electives relating to their specialist track; undertake research methodology courses; and participate in a variety of research skills modules – including ‘Academic writing in English’. In year 2, students continue to receive language training, produce a 15-20,000-word research dissertation in English and take additional specialised electives. All non-language elements of the course are conducted in English.

Graduates of the programme will have acquired language competence, cultural awareness and a deeprooted knowledge and understanding of the economies, states and societies of CEE. Graduates will have developed a set of skills suited to entering a career in the private or public sectors or for developing a research career in academia.

Who is IMESS for?

The Masters programme is designed to attract and challenge the brightest international students (final year undergraduates may apply) as well as professionals wishing to retrain to achieve European expertise and meet the challenges of the changing global environment. Students from all countries may apply to the programme. Evidence of English language ability is essential but there are no other language pre-requisites. Non-EU students, including those from candidate countries (Turkey, Croatia, FYR Macedonia) are invited to apply for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship and there are also scholarship opportunities for EU students.

Additionally, for established International Scholars the IMESS consortium offers a number of three-month Research Fellowships to be spent at one of the consortium universities conducting research in the spirit of IMESS and contributing to the teaching of IMESS.

Erasmus Mundus Scholarships

The Erasmus Mundus (EM) scholarships are European Union funded scholarships to support non-EU students (EU students see below) in studying selected European Masters programmes, including IMESS.

For entry in 2009 there will be approximately 17 EM scholarships for non-EU students. In addition, applicants from the Western Balkans and Turkey, are invited to apply for an equivalent scholarship under a special EU regional 'window' targeting applicants from the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo (under UNSC Resolution 1244/99) and Turkey.

Scholarship applicants satisfying the Erasmus Mundus criteria are eligible to apply for one of a number of Erasmus Mundus Scholarships of €21,000 per year (€42,000 in total). Scholarship holders must pay tuition fees to the IMESS consortium of €14,800 per year (€29,600 in total). These monies will be deducted from the scholarship and scholarship holders will receive a balance on a quarterly basis.

The scholarship therefore covers the fees, associated with attendance at two of Europe's leading universities, but does NOT cover all of the costs associated with attending the Programme. Rather, participants will need some additional source of funding to cover the full costs associated with accommodation, food, travel and books. For example, in year one (all students are in London) it is estimated that the average living costs for a single graduate student for an academic year are approximately 12,000 Euros. Living costs in year 2 vary.

Erasmus Mundus scholarship holders will also benefit from the insurance provided through the European Executive Agency (full details at Erasmus Mundus Insurance). Students may wish to top up this insurance with a supplementary private policy.

The next Erasmus Mundus Scholarship application deadline for IMESS is January 21 2009 – UCL registry must have received your full application by no later than this date. Please note that students can only apply to a maximum of 3 Erasmus Mundus Programmes in any one year.

For full details on 'how to apply' please refer to the 'Application Process' page of this website.

For further details on the Erasmus Mundus scheme see the web page HERE or for a more student oriented perspective see HERE http://www.em-a.eu/home.html Read more ...

Journalism Fellowships

The Dag Hammarskjold Scholarship Fund for Journalists is now accepting applications
from professional journalists from developing countries for its Journalism Fellowships Program.

The Fellowships are available to radio, television, print and web journalists, age 25 to 35, from developing countries who are interested in coming to New York to report on international affairs during the 63rd session of the United Nations General Assembly.

The Fellowships will begin in mid-September and extend to late November and will include the cost of travel and accommodations in New York, as well as a per diem allowance.

The Fellowship Program is open to journalists who are native citizens of Africa and are currently working full-time for a bona fide media organization in a developing nation.

Applicants must demonstrate an interest in and commitment to international affairs and to conveying a better understanding of the United Nations to their readers and audiences.

They must also have approval from their media organizations to spend up to two months in New York to report from the United Nations.
The Fund will provide: round-trip airfare to New York; modest accommodations; health insurance for the duration of the fellowship, and a daily allowance to cover food and other necessities.

Questions about the program, eligibility and application process can be direction to info@unjournalismfellowship.org

Secretary
Dag Hammerskjöld Scholarship Fund
132 East 43rd Street, No. 457
New York, NY 10017

Deadline: usually end of April every year.
For further details, and application materials, contact: Journalism Fellowships http://unjournalismfellowship.org/node/7 Read more ...

Human Rights Essay Competition

International Essay Competition Conference and workshop participation in Berlin.
The Irmgard Coninx Foundation is continuing its program on human rights with an international conferences and adjunct workshops to address the social, political, theoretical, and pragmatic issues of human rights today.

As in the years before the “Berlin Roundtables on Transnationalism” will start its new topic with an essay/working paper competition.

The conference and workshops will focus on: Population Politics and Human Rights.
45 essayists will be selected by an international jury and invited to join the international conference and workshops in Berlin.
The Irmgard Coninx Foundation will cover costs of travel to and accommodation in Berlin for invited participants.

Furthermore, for the best essay the Irmgard Coninx Foundation will award to up to three workshop participants a three months research grant in Berlin for each current year at the Social Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB) and the Humboldt University.
The Irmgard Coninx Foundation will provide for a monthly stipend of 1000 Euro plus accommodation.

Deadline: February 15.
Contact:
Imgard Coninx Stiftung
c/o Wissenschaftszentrum für Sozialforschung Berlin
Reichpietschufer 50
10785 Berlin
Germany

Email: info@irmgard-coninx-stiftung.de
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HTIR Internship Program - USA

Colorado Tech University (CTU) in Colorado Springs, Colorado offers a co-op internship program for students in all of their graduate Masters programs.
International students can work up to 40 hours per week in practical training jobs for which they are paid regular wages.
All of the internship employment positions are with off-campus American based companies in the Colorado Springs and Denver areas.

Submission Deadline: Ongoing
For study in: North America
Field of Study: Unrestricted/Other

Available to: Unrestricted/Worldwide
Award Amount: Full Tuition
Type of Award: Internship
Grade Level: Graduate, Postgraduate

Contact Information
15 Cottage Ave.,
Suite 501
Quincy, MA 02169
USA.

SOURCE http://www.internationalstudent.com/htir/ Read more ...

HEC MBA Scholarships for Excellence

The HEC Scholarships for Excellence are designed for exceptional applicants who understand the value proposition of an MBA from our top-ranked business school.
In turn, the award is our way of attracting the best students and helping them achieve their personal and professional goals.

Eligibility:
All MBA applicants are encouraged to apply for these merit-based scholarships, and we will base our decision on the overall strength of each application.

Candidates should have demonstrated academic excellence, career progression, leadership skills and management potential. Selection Criteria:
Candidates must complete an application, which includes an essay.

Personal Financial Statement:
Applicants must submit a detailed description of their financial circumstances as well as a cash-flow forecast for the 16-month duration at HEC.

Amount of Award:
Variable

Application Deadlines: Rolling

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Global Journalism -Master Scholarship in Sweden

There are a limited number of full Global Journalism Scholarships on offer from the Swedish Development Agency and the Swedish Institute for needy and deserving students.

The scholarships are for study at Örebro University. These cover travel, accommodation, insurance and other living expenses during the time spent in Sweden.
The master in Global Journalism is a two-year programme for journalists wanting to further their journalistic knowledge and skills focusing on international news reporting.

The programme has a global focus and brings together professional journalists from Africa, Asia, North and South America, and North and Eastern Europe.
The programme is offered in cooperation with journalism educations in Denmark, Finland, and Norway, and parts of the programme are given at universities in these countries. The language of instruction is English.

Requirements • The applicant must have a completed Bachelor degree, comparable to a Swedish Bachelor degree, from an institution of higher education of three years or more. The Bachelor degree must be in a social science or a humanities subject.

• The applicant must also have at least two years of professional journalistic experience.
• The applicant must have knowledge in English.
Degree awarded: A Swedish "Magisterexamen med inriktning mot global journalistik", translated in to English as Degree of Master of Global Journalism.

Application deadline; February 1.
For information about the programme, please contact global.journalism@hum.oru.se
For information about the application and the scholarships please contact freemover@oru.se

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Master Grants for Candidates from Developing Countries,Ghent University

Scholarships: 964 euro per month plus the yearly tuition fee
Deadline: 30 April 2009 (for 2009-2010)
Open to: candidates from developing countries

This Ghent University programme provides master grants to candidates from developing countries who wish to obtain a master's degree at Ghent University. The grants are available for all master programmes at Ghent University. They are awarded for the duration of the studies with a maximum of 2 years. In case of a two-year-programme the scholarship will only be paid for the full term if the student successfully completes the first year of the programme.

The scholarship consists of an allowance of 964 euro per month plus the yearly tuition fee.

For more information, you can contact Liesbeth Vandepitte at : Liesbeth.Vandepitte@ UGent.be

This is the right way to start your procedure:

* Decide what programme you would like to follow (consult the brochure ‘International Masters);
* take care of your admission, this can take 3 months (consult the admission pdf!);
* start completing your Application Form (your motivation is very important);
* when you have received your admission letter, send it together with your completed Application Form to Liesbeth Vandepitte (1 hard copy, 1 electronic copy).

All documents listed below, are the new documents for 2009-2010:
* Admission
* Master call 2009-2010
* Master application form 2009-2010
* How to fill in the application form 2009-2010
* Country list
* Brochure International Masters at Ghent University


Liesbeth Vandepitte
Administrative and technical staff
Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 25
9000 Gent
Phone: 09 264 95 55
Fax: 09 264 35 83
Email: Liesbeth.Vandepitte @ UGent.be

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MA / MSc Studies in Applied Linguistics/Discourse Studies in Canada

Scholarship: available
Deadline: February 15, 2009
Open to:all interested students
Institution/Organization: Carleton University
Department: Linguistics and Applied Languages Studies
Web Address http://www.carleton.ca/slals/index.html
Level: MA / MSc

Duties: Research,Teaching

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
Discourse Studies

Description:

The School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies at Carleton University invites applications for admission to the MA program in Applied Language Studies for Fall Semester 2009. Excellent funding packages consisting of scholarships and teaching/research assistantships are available for qualified applicants.

Our MA program in the School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies is well known as a dynamic community of learning where students can
investigate the various areas of applied language research with faculty members who are involved in areas such as language teaching and learning, writing studies, literacy studies, genre studies, and critical discourse studies. Our faculty members’ broad-ranging expertise provides students with a unique and flexible program.

Our graduate program has been very successful in preparing students for a wide range of employment opportunities, as well as for PhD work.

Carleton University offers three possible program paths to complete the Master’s degree in Applied Language Studies: a Coursework path (equivalent of
10 one-term courses); a Research Essay path (equivalent of 8 one-term courses plus a Research Essay); a Thesis path (equivalent of 6 one-term courses plus a thesis).

Funding

The possibilities for financial aid and assistance are different depending on whether you are an entering student, or a continuing student.
For entering students

If you are entering the program and have a high academic standing, you can receive financial aid in the form of entrance scholarships and teaching assistantships. These funds are awarded by the Faculty of Graduate Studies based primarily on prior academic performance, and are not available for students entering a qualifying year program, for part time students, or for returning students.

If your application is received by March 1, and you have been accepted for full time study, you will automatically be considered for teaching assistantships and scholarships unless you indicate on your application that you do not wish to be considered. Decisions about funding for entering students are announced in April.

Entrance Scholarships
Entrance Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to entering students either in combination with TAships, or on their own. Entrance scholarships are normally given only for the first three terms of study in a 12 month period (i.e. Fall, Winter and Summer term).

Teaching Assistantships
Teaching Assistantships (TAships) provide students with employment in the university for a maximum of 10 hours a week during academic terms. If you are awarded a TAship, you will be provided up to two years of fall - winter term support (i.e. a maximum of four terms). A student may request that one of the supported terms be a summer term; however, such a request will only be granted if there is adequate demand for TAs. Partial TAships, requiring 5 hours a week rather than 10, are sometimes offered.

TAships are decided by the beginning of the term, and as far as is possible, placements are made according to the student's interests and/or program of study. Most TAs assist in the Writing Tutorial Service, in credit ESL classes, in Modern Language classes or in undergraduate courses in Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.

For more information, please consult our website
Application Deadline: 15-Feb-2009

Mailing Address for Applications:
Attn: Ms. Joan Grant
215 Paterson Hall, Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa ON K1S 5B6
Canada

Contact Information:
Ms. Joan Grant
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Phone:613 520-2802
Fax:613 520-6641

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Tilburg University Scholarship Programme - Deadline 15th April

For the year 2009-2010 Tilburg University has 56 scholarships available for excellent international students who are admitted to a Master’s programme at Tilburg University (MA, MSc, LLM or MPhil).


Tilburg University Scholarships include (for the academic year 2009-2010):

A partial tuition waiver of € 7,812 for non-EEA students. Students pay only € 2,484 instead of the high graduate fee of € 10,296. EEA students pay the same fee as Dutch students, which is € 1,619.
€ 5,000 for the covering of living expenses for one academic year, both for EEA and non-EEA students.

To qualify for a Tilburg University Scholarship, candidates must fulfill the following admission requirements:

-Candidates must have graduated with excellent results in their Bachelor's programme
-Candidates must have scored at least 577 in the TOEFL paper based test, 233 in the TOEFL computer based test, or 90 in the TOEFL internet based test or alternatively 6.5 in the Academic IELTS test
-Candidates should provide two independent letters of reference
-Candidates must have been admitted to one of the Master's programmes at Tilburg University; they have to meet the particular programme's criteria
-Candidates must be able to comply with the conditions to obtain a Dutch visa, if applicable (see here for more information).
-Candidates are encouraged to apply for external scholarships like Huygens Scholarship Programme, Bappenas, Stuned and Netherlands Fellowship Programme as well. If a student receives an external scholarship, fully covering tuition waiver and living expenses, the Tilburg University Scholarship (including tuition waiver and living expenses) will be canceled. If an external scholarship would be less than the Tilburg University Scholarship, the Tilburg University Scholarship will be awarded partially.

When you apply for a Master's programme at Tilburg University you will automatically be considered for the Tilburg University Scholarship Programme. The application deadline for Master's programmes for both EEA and non-EEA students is April 15th, 2009.

Tilburg University Scholarships are awarded for one academic year. Candidates applying for one of the MPhil programmes have to apply for the scholarship again for their second year of the MPhil programme.

If the student should leave the programme prematurely, Tilburg University reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship.

SOURCE http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/prospectivestudents/masters/scholarships/tusp/ Read more ...

International Media Studies - Master's Programme Scholarship

Region
Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Latin America, South Asia, South East and East Asia

Deadline DateMay 31, 2009


The International Media Studies Master’s Programme is a 4-semester, full-time programme for further education. The programme combines topics like media and development, journalism, communication science, and media economics, while developing practical media skills and competencies. It is a joint project from the University of Bonn, the Bonn Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, and Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster with its headquarters in Bonn, Germany. The bilingual German and English Master’s Programme plans to award full scholarships to 15 applicants from Africa, Asia, Latin America, or Eastern Europe.


The deadline for application is May 31 2009.

Application Information
Click here for more information http://www.comminit.com/en/node/282953/36

Contact
Dr. Christoph Schmidt
Head, Academic Department/ Head, Administration
Deutsche Welle
DW-AKADEMIE
Bonn
53110
Germany
Tel: 49 228 429 3503

Fax: 49 228 429 3520

International Media Studies Master’s Programme website
DW-AKADEMIE website

E-Mail Christoph.Schmidt@dw-world.de

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European Master in Informatics (EuMi)

Wednesday, 20 May 2009 20:11

Scholarship: up to 42 000 euros
Deadline: May 20,2009
Open to: non-EU students

Course description:
The University of Trento (Italy), the RWTH Aachen University (Germany), and the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) are offering a two-year Joint Masters Programme, named European Master in Informatics (EuMI). The objective is to educate professionals who will understand advanced techniques, tools, and methodologies in the field of Computer Science, and who will be able to put this knowledge into practice in key domains of application. In particular, EuMI offers three areas of specialisation in Net-Centric Informatics, Life-Science Informatics, and Embedded Systems Informatics. These are application domains that, being emergent, rapidly evolving, and of growing impact on the society, require specialised competencies not covered by more traditional degree programmes.

For each area of specialisation, a joint curriculum is defined which involves two Universities. The student undertaking the Erasmus Mundus Master’s curriculum will visit both Universities, taking courses focussing on advanced topics in theoretical and practical Computer Science within a selected area of specialisation. Courses are taught in English. Students will also have the opportunity to take courses on the culture and language of the visited European countries. At the end of the programme, a Master’s Thesis will be prepared on a research topic jointly selected with the two host Universities.

On the successful completion of EuMi, students will be awarded a Master of Informatics and will receive a degree from each of the Universities where they spent a part of their study: a “Laurea Specialistica in Informatica” (“Specialist Degree in Computer Science”) by the University of Trento,
a “Master of Science in Computer Science” by RWTH Aachen University, a “Master of Science in Informatics” by the University of Edinburgh.

The EuMI programme is intended for a small number of top-level international students. In order to guarantee a ratio between the teachers involved in the Joint Master and the EuMI students of close to one, a maximum of 30 students per year will be selected. Candidates should have a solid background in basic Computer Science disciplines and a keen interest in the fields of Net-Centric Informatics, Embedded Systems Informatics, or Life-Sciences Informatics. Prerequisites are a first level degree in Computer Science or closely-related disciplines and a fluent knowledge of spoken and written English.

Admission requirements and selection criteria

Students are accepted in the program regardless of sex, age, or nationality. A student to be accepted must fulfil the following requirements:

* A first level (at least three years) degree in Computer Science or closely related disciplines, awarded by an internationally recognised university-level institution.
Students who have not yet completed their first degree, but expect to graduate before August 31 2008 can apply provided that they will obtain the degree and supply the EuMI secretariat with a degree certificate by August 31.
* Fluent written and spoken English knowledge, certified by either an IELTS score of at least 6.0, a TOEFL score of at least 550 (paper-based) / 217 (computer-based) / 81 (internet-based) or CAE score of at least C; students with higher English scores (IELTS 6.5; TOEFL 580 / 237 / 88; CAE B or A) will be preferred. Student who have not yet a certificate, but who expect to have it before August 31, can apply to EuMI. If selected, the admission will be conditional on the receipt of the English certificate by EuMI before August 31.
Applicants who are Nationals of the exonerated Countries (please see list in the FAQ ) do not have to submit a language certificates. IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE EXONERATED LIST, YOU NEED AN OFFICIAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE CERTIFICATE, EVEN IN CASE OF ENGLISH SPEAKING ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES.

Students will be selected according to the following criteria:

* Profile: academic records, work experience, other related qualifications
* Level of English knowledge
* Research & Development experience
* Motivation
* Reference letters


A maximum number of 20 students will be selected for the academic year 2009-10.
More info HERE

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MBA Scholarships IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, Italy

Tuesday, 30 June 2009 22:46

Scholarships: full
Deadline: June 30, 2009
Open to: all international students
XX edition (September 2009 – September 2010)

Scholarship Competition

MIB School of Management of Trieste, Italy is pleased to announce a competition for scholarships for International Students
The Scholarships will go toward tuition fees to attend the XX edition of the MBA in International Business programme (September 2009 - September 2010).
The Scholarships will cover up to 100% of the tuition fees (equivalent to 20.000,00 EUR - twenty thousand EUR). The amount of the scholarships will be discounted from the overall tuition fees. In case of course abandonment or exclusion for any reason, no amount of the scholarship will be paid or reimbursed.

Candidates must meet the following requirements:

* Academic degree (or equivalent qualification) in any discipline.
* Good working knowledge of English (TOEFL certificate is recommended).
* Minimum 3 years of work experience.
* Less than 35 years of age as of September 2009.

MIB School of Management will award scholarships to the best candidates on the basis of educational qualifications, professional skills and motivation shown during the entrance interview.
To be considered for a scholarship, the application form for the programme must be completed on-line

In order to finalize the application, the following documents must be received:

* Degree certificate
* Two letters of recommendation
* A certificate demonstrating adequate knowledge of English such as TOEFL (verification of skills may be made directly by the School
* A deductive reasoning test score such as GMAT (alternatively, verification will be made directly by the School).

The documentation must be sent by June 30, 2009 to the following address:

Ms. Barbara Sepic
Admissions Officer
MIB School of Management
Largo Caduti di Nasiriya 1
34142 Trieste - Italy
Prof. Vladimir Nanut
Dean and Director
MIB School of Management

For more information about the available scholarships click following LINK

SOURCE
http://www.mib.edu/cms/data/pages/000039.aspx
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