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2013 A W Mellon-UCT Graduate Scholarship in Rhetoric at University of Cape Town, South Africa

The A W Mellon Foundation has provided a grant to support scholarships to be awarded to graduate students who will register for full-time study for the Masters’ and Doctoral degrees in the Centre for Rhetoric Studies at the University of Cape Town. Applications for the scholarships are invited from excellent Honours and Master’s graduates in a relevant discipline, who will register for the Master’s or Doctoral degree in the Centre for Rhetoric Studies, and who will study and/or conduct research on the significance of rhetoric for a democratic society. -Applicants must have achieved a first or upper…

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Commonwealth Shared Scholarship 2012 for Masters at Liverpool Hope University, UK

The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme is a joint initiative between the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (with funding from Department for International Development), and UK universities, to support scholarships for students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the United Kingdom. Liverpool Hope University has one award available and applications are open for MSc Environmental Management. Applicants must: 1. be nationals of (or permanently domiciled in) a developing Commonwealth country, and not currently be living or studying in a developed country (please see the Shared Scholarships prospectus for a list of eligible countries)…

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NRF Free-Standing Honours/BTECH Scholarship For 2012, South Africa

The 2012 call for NRF applications for full-time Master’s, Honours or BTech study is now open for hardcopy applications. If students have already submitted an online application for Master’s, they do not need to complete the hardcopy application as the electronic version will be considered. Minimum eligibility requirements for applicants is as follows: 1. SA citizen (permanent residents can apply for the Innovation Honours/BTech scholarships only) 3. Full-time Honours/BTech study in 2012 and registering for the first time 4. Must have an average of at least 60% in their previous degree…

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2012 Commonwealth/Chevening Scholarships For African Human Rights Advocates at University Of Oxford, UK

The five scholarships provide fully funded opportunities for part-time postgraduate study in international human rights law at the University of Oxford, starting September 2012. The course of study is taught over 22 months and consists of two residential sessions in Oxford and two periods of distance learning. The scholarships are intended for human rights advocates from African Commonwealth countries (see Appendix 1 for list of eligible countries) who would be unable, without assistance, to take up their place on this course. Subject to satisfactory progress, the scholarships lead to the award of a Master of Studies (MSt) in

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Walter Kirby Singing Scholarship for Undergraduate Students in Music, New Zealand 2012

This Scholarship, a bequest by the late Walter Kirby, of Melbourne, is open for competition annually and is tenable at the School of Music. Open to students who intend to pursue the study of Music at a higher level than Stage I for the degree of Bachelor of Music, not specialising in performance, or for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. The Scholarship shall be open to students between the ages of seventeen and twenty-three, both inclusive, at the closing date for entry for the Scholarship, who satisfy the prerequisites required to take papers in Music at…

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