Tuesday, September 22, 2009

MSc programme in Logistics - Molde University College (NORWAY)

The Quota Scheme

The Quota Scheme for students from developing countries/ Central-and Eastern Europe and Central Asia was implemented by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Education in the autumn 1994 as a Norwegian Governmental Development Assistance Scheme to promote capacity building in the students' home countries, and at the students' home institutions, and to increase the participation of students from these countries in the process of internationalisation of higher education. The Quota Scheme covers the students' living expenses while studying in Norway, travel allowances according to fixed national rates at minimum student prices, support to cover fieldwork periods in the students' home country as part of the study programme in Norway, and additional family allowances for children when they are staying together with the student in Norway. At the moment the yearly support is NOK 85000 for students at undergraduate and graduate programmes (NOK 8500 per month for 10 months per year). PhD students obtain NOK 102 000 per year (NOK 8500 per month for 12 months per year). A major part of the support (60 %) is given as a loan, that will only be waived if the student is permanently settling down in his or her home country after completing the education in Norway. A minor part of the support (40 %) is given as a scholarship. If the student does not settle down in the home country after completing the study programme in Norway, he or she must repay the loan on the same conditions as for Norwegian citizens receiving loans from the State Educational Loan Fund. The State Educational Loan Fund is dealing with the payments for loan and scholarships under the Quota Scheme, but the nomination of candidates for the limited Quota Scheme seats first takes place at the Norwegian Universities and University Colleges in relation to their admission.





English Language Requirements for Applicants for Admission to Degree Programmes
Applicants for admission, with non-Norwegian/ non-Nordic educational background, to regular undergraduate degree programmes held in Norwegian at Molde University College, must pass either a TOEFL test with a minimum paper-based test score of 500 (or a minimum score of 173 on computer-based test or 61 on internet-based test) or an IELTS test with a minimum score of 5.0. For admission to the international MSc programme in Logistics or the PhD programme in Logistics, applicants must pass either a TOEFL test with a minimum paper-based test score of 550 (or a minimum score of 213 on computer-based test or 79 on internet-based test) or an IELTS test with a minimum score of 6.0. Applicants who have passed the course "engelsk grunnkurs" at one of the Norwegian Higher Secondary Schools, will also fulfil the English requirements. There are no English requirements for international exchange students invited under the ERASMUS, NORDPLUS programmes.

Exemptions from English Language Requirements for Applicants for Admission to Degree Programmes


Applicants from countries having ratified the Lisbon Convention (like e.g. countries within EU/ the European Economic Area), must document a minimum of 7 years of English as a subject from their primary and secondary school when submitting their application form. Applicants who have spent at least one year in the UK, US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, completing one year of higher secondary school or university/ college studies are exempted from the TOEFL/ IELTS requirements.

Exempted are also applicants from African countries with a BBA/BA/BSc/BEng/BTech degree where the language of instruction has been English, and applicants with a university degree in English language (BA in English). Applicants who have passed English as a subject at either GCE O- or A-level, SSC (Senior Secondary School Certificate) in West African countries, Cambridge Overseas School Certificate or equivalent national secondary educations in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa and Zambia are also exempted from the English language requirements.

APPLICATION FORM FOR QUOTA APPLICATION: CLICK HERE


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British Chevening Scholarships for Study in UK 2010/2011 – Open Now

The Chevening Scholarships programme is funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) through the British High Commission, Canberra and administered by the British Council. The programme offers outstanding graduates and young professionals the opportunity to study at UK universities.

The awards are made for one year’s formal study for a postgraduate qualification or for a shorter period of not less than three months to pursue private study or research at a university or similar institution in the UK.

The scholarship includes:

a return economy airfare to the UK from any city of your country
all compulsory academic fees
monthly stipend
book allowance
thesis allowance



Chevening scholarships are targeted towards a broad range of fields and disciplines. Priority is given to the following areas:

Science and innovation
New and renewable energy resources and energy security
Global environmental issues
Science policy
Sustainable development
Human rights
Political science


Important information for all applicants

•Applications for Chevening Scholarships for study in the 2010/11 academic year open on Saturday 1 August. The application deadline is midnight Sunday 18 October.
•Applications will ONLY be accepted via the new online application system. For further details on how to submit your application, and to complete the online application procedure, please go to https://www.chevening.fco.gov.uk/CheveningApplications/ca_start.aspx
•No late applications will be accepted.
•In your application you will be asked to list contact details for two referees. Note, referees should be professional and/or academic.
•A Medical Form is only required once an award has been made.


For Your Country Applications Please visit http://www.chevening.com/how-apply/b


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Monday, September 21, 2009

A Master of Arts in Global Studies-A Europen Perspective

Successful students of the European Master 'Global Studies' will receive a double degree M.A. in Global Studies from the two partner universities where they spent an academic year. The M.A. certificate will be accompanied by a Diploma Supplement, which contains further information about the educational university systems used in the Consortium, the qualifications gained by the student during the participation in the programme and her/his mobility track. Each student will also receive a transcript of records that list all the courses the student has attended and the grades she/he has received.


How to apply


We are pleased that you are interested to apply for the Master course in Global Studies within our consortium. Please find in the following information on the requirements and a guide how to apply.

Admission criteria


Applicants should fulfil the following requirements:
A bachelors degree or recognised equivalent from an accredited institution in Social Sciences or Humanities
A sufficient undergraduate training to do graduate work in chosen field
Very good academic performance
Excellent English skills
Furthermore we do appreciate if applicants have at least a basic knowledge of German

Selection criteria


Admission decisions are made by the EMGS Selection Committee upon the following criteria:
very good/outstanding study results (= academic excellence)
academic potential and recommendation
level of language skills
quality/recognition of home institution having awarded the first degree
motivation
work experience/professional qualifications


Deadlines and timetable


The deadline for non-European (third country) applicants, that want to apply for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship is 15 December of each year for the next cycle of the programme starting in fall of the following year. Please send only one application to apply for the Master in Global Studies and the Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
For European (including German) applicants as well as those non-European applicants, that do not want to apply for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship the deadline is 15 June of each year for the next cycle of the programme starting in fall of the current year.

Approximately 2-3 weeks after your application has arrived in our offices you will receive a confirmation of receipt via e-mail. The final decision on the admission to the programme and the award of the Erasmus Mundus scholarship will be made in June, only.

The final decision on the admission to the programme for those students having applied in June will be made at the end of July of the same year. You will be informed via e-mail soon after a decision taken.

Where to apply

The application for the Master Course ‘Global Studies' is only through the Global and European Studies Institute of the University of Leipzig.



Please send your application to the following address:

Erasmus Mundus European Master in Global Studies
Global and European Studies Institute
Emil-Fuchs-Str. 1
04105 Leipzig
GERMANY

Your application needs to include:

Application form (see below) including your home address, your date and place of birth, your e-mail address, your preferred mobility track (preference since final decision on the study places is made by the consortium)
Microsoft Word format here
pdf file format here
The application form for EU and non-EU students is the same.
A Curriculum Vitae
Motivation letter which explains why you are interested in this particular Master course (1-2 pages)

Proof of nationality (copy of passport)
Certified copy or original hard copy (and certified translation if the document is not issued in English/German or French) of high school leaving certificate (secondary school diploma)

Certified copy or original hard copy (and certified translation if the document is not issued in English/German or French) of university diplomas (if you you graduate after the application deadline please send us the degree as soon as you receive it, the decision on the admission will in this case be made on the grades indicated on the transcript of records )
Certified copy or original hard copy (and certified translation if the document is not issued in English/German or French) of official transcript of study results from your university

Certified copy or original hard copy of English (and German) language test results. Applicants whose native language is not English must provide test scores for one of the following standardized English proficiency tests:
TOEFL (international): minimum score of 550 paper-based (or 213 computer-based or 80 internet-based). Please notice that the code number for the Master's course in Global Studies is: 4688.

IELTS: minimum score of 6,5
CPE: Grades A, B, C (Certificate of Proficiency in English)
CAE: Grades A, B (Certificate in Advanced English)
Applicants who have studied for more than one year in, or received a degree from, a college or university where English is both the language of instruction and the native language are not requested to take one of the above-mentionend proficiency test. An official certificate from the applicants' school/university is required to confirm that English is medium of instruction.

Two recommendation letters by academic teachers or employers (in a separate envelope, sealed by the persons recommending the candidate) including the reference names and e-mail addresses

A passport size photo


Please try to avoid the use of plastic/paper files and staples.



All applications are in English and in paper.



As indicated above some documents must be included as certified copies and certified translations in German or English or French and in the original language. All documents issued in English, German or French must be included as certfied copies only.

A certification can be made by any autority that does have an official seal with national coat of arms (in Germany these are town hall, police, courts, rectory and notaries).



Please note that in case you do not submit all documents requested by the date of the application deadline the missing documents might effect in a lower score point during the selection procedure and thus might lead to a reduced change to receive an admission for the programme and/or to be nominated for an Erasmus Mundus grant.



Electronic pre-application may be send to indicate an interest especially in those cases where air mail systems are operating under difficult conditions. Along with the electronic pre-application to em@uni-leipzig.de This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it please send:

Application form
A copy of your first degree, including completed and official certificates and transcripts of all previous university studies must be submitted. All academic records which are not in English must be accompanied by certified English translations.
A letter of motivation in which you explain why you are interested in this particular Master Course. (1-2 pages)
A statement regarding English proficiency.
A curriculum vitae in English


Please note as well that we do NOT return any of the documents you have sended no matter if you receive an admission to the Master course or not.

If you should have any questions concerning the application or the Master course, please write an e-mail to Ms. Konstanze Loeke: em@uni-leipzig.de This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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