kuwait graduate scholarships for developing countries

KNB or Developing Countries Partnership Scholarship Program, 2012 Indonesia

candidates from the developing countries all around the world. In fact, this program has been attracting more applicants. By 2009, there would be 476 students from 42 countries had been awarded the scholarship. The program objectives are: Promote a deeper cultural understanding among developing countries Strengthen the relationship and to initiate the mutual cooperation among developing countries Actively contribute to the development of human resource quality -Maximum of age is 35 years old -Posses a bachelor degree or equivalent -Have a TOEFL score of 450 or equivalent -Submit completed application form -Must be nominated by the Indonesian Embassy…

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2012 IDB Scholarship Programme for Muslim Communities in Non-Member Countries (SPMC)

The Programme was launched in 1404H (1983G), named The IDB Scholarship Programme for Muslim Communities in Non-Member Countries (SPMC). The objective of the Programme is to improve the socio-economic conditions and to preserve the cultural and religious identities of Muslim Communities in Non-member Countries through developing their human capital resources. The Programme provides scholarship to the academically meritorious but financially needy young Muslim students to pursue undergraduate or first-degree study in professional courses. To be eligible for this scholarship, the student/applicant must be able to meet the following basic criteria: Age not over 24 years. Completed senior…

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2016 Norman E. Borlaug LEAP Fellowships in Agriculture Program, USA

Applications are invited for Norman E. Borlaug LEAP (Leadership Enhancement in Agriculture Program) fellowships available for Sub-Saharan African students. Fellowships are available for conducting research in the field of agriculture and related disciplines. To support this vision, USDA and USAID established the Norman E. Borlaug International Science and Technology Fellowship Program. The program was created to educate and train students, researchers, policymakers, scientists, and faculty members from developing countries, in the latest science and agricultural technologies. The Borlaug LEAP offers fellowships to enhance the quality of thesis research of graduate students from developing countries who show strong promise as leaders in the field of…

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PhD Fellowships at the Center for Geo-Information at Wageningen University (NL) and Graduate School, Netherlands

The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) advances human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity by conducting research to inform policies and practices that affect forests in developing countries. We are one of 15 Centres within the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). Our headquarters are in Bogor, Indonesia, and we have offices in Asia, Africa and South America. We are looking for people who share our mission and our commitment to professionalism, innovation, impact and collaboration. We currently have two exciting opportunities as PhD Fellowships titled “Monitoring Tropical Forest Carbon and Links to Agriculture for REDD+” and…

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Graduate Scholarship funded by the Brian Perry Charitable Trust at University of Waikato, New Zealand

The Brian Perry Charitable Trust Graduate Scholarship in Science & Engineering was established by the Perry Foundation in 1999 with the first scholarship awarded for 2002. The scholarships shall be awarded each year by the University of Waikato Scholarships Committee, on the recommendation of the Selection Panel. The selection panel will consist of a representative of the Brian Perry Charitable Trust, a representative of the University of Waikato Scholarships Committee, the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in Science and Engineering, and the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies in Science and Engineering, or their nominees. In any year, no…

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