Tuesday, February 10, 2009

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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Postgraduate studentships for UK residents starting 2009

For UK/EU Students who meet the residency requirements, FULLY-FUNDED STUDENTSHIPS in the areas below.

The grade 5 RAE-rated School of Biological Sciences comprises 85 academic staff and 134 postgraduate students organised into 3 Research Divisions, Cell Regulation and Signalling, Integrative Biology, and Population and Evolutionary Biology. The School research income is approximately 15M p.a., has a state-of-the-art building and equipment, and offers an unrivalled range of research facilities and services, including the Centre for Cell Imaging, Functional Proteomics, and Advanced Genomics (including microarray). We offer a vibrant and interactive research environment for graduate students, that is supported by our acclaimed Graduate Training Programme. Applications are invited for studentships in the following projects funded by BBSRC and NERC.

(i) Studentships will be offered as part of a prestigious BBSRC 4-year PhD programme from the following projects:

Project 1: Prof. N. Hall, Prof. A.J. McCarthy (INDUSTRIAL CASE)
Metagenomics of microbial communities on human skin (more>>)

Project 2: Dr. J. Hartwell, Prof. N. Hall
Functional genomics of Crassulacean acid metabolism in Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi (more>>)

Project 3: Dr. JP de Magalhaes, Dr. P.A. Murray
Construction of mouse embryonic stem cell lines exhibiting longevity biomarkers (more>>)

Project 4: Dr. I Barsukov, Dr. D Bennett
Structural aspects of talin regulation through Rap1 signalling (more>>)

Project 5: Dr. H.E. Allison, Dr. M.J. Horsburgh (INDUSTRIAL CASE)
Metagenomic analysis of bacterial populations associated with canine oral health through pyrosequencing (more>>)

Project 6: Prof. S.S. Hasnain, Dr. J.G Grossmann, Dr. R.W. Strange
Structure-function studies of human extracellular superoxide dismutase (SOD3) (more>>)

Project 7: Professor J.E. Turnbull, Dr. P.A. Murray (CASE) CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS
Controlling stem cells with heparan sulphate analogues and polymer scaffolds (more>>)

(ii) 3.5-year NERC Studentships will be offered from the following projects:

Project 8: Prof. GDD Hurst, Dr. I. Saccheri
Following the Red Queen: co-evolution in bacterium/insect interactions (more>>)

Project 9: Prof. M Begon, Dr. J. Chantrey (CASE)
Transmission dynamics and pathogenesis of squirrelpox in UK red and grey squirrels (more>>)

Project 10: Prof. R.H. Marrs, Dr. J. Hartwell (CASE)
Is there a biological rationale for the Framework Species Approach to land restoration? (more>>)

Project 11: Prof. A.J. McCarthy, Dr. H.E. Allison
The molecular biology and microbiology of cellulose degradation by anaerobes (more>>)

Project 12: Prof. A.R. Cossins, Dr. O. Vasieva
Genomic and reverse genetic approaches to the identifying genes for inducible cold tolerance (more>>)

(iii) Three-year MRC In Vivo Initiative Studentship, with University of Manchester:

Project 13: Prof. M.R.H. White, Prof. J.R.E. Davis
Development of transcriptional patterning in the pituitary (more>>)

(iv) BBSRC SABR studentships, with University of Warwick

Project 14: Prof. M.R.H. White
Human Systems Biology (more>>)

(v) Following project available for self-funded students

Project 15: Dr. JP de Magalhaes
Developing and applying computational methods to understand the genetics of ageing (more>>)

Details of postgraduate training delivered by the School of Biological Sciences and the University.

Application by email, indicating the project(s) of interest (and supervisors) in priority order, giving the reasons for this, together with a c.v. including the names and contact details, together with e-mail addresses, of two academic referees, should be sent as soon as possible to: Mrs. Linda J. Marsh, Research Support Office, School of Biological Sciences, The Life Sciences Building, Crown Street, Liverpool L69 7ZB (email: biolres@liverpool.ac.uk, Fax: 0151 795 5122). Review of applications begins from mid January 2009. Please indicate where you first saw the project(s) advertised.


Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Master Software Engineering Scholarships in University of Tartu, Estonia


Estonia is well known for its eagerness in embracing technology driven innovation. It is a pioneer in electronic identity, electronic voting, and vigorous in adopting mobile technology, online banking and electronic government services. Estonia is also home to internationally successful IT innovations as well as a groundswell of IT ventures. The program will expose students to this exciting environment and provide them with skills in innovative and cutting-edge software technology.

Both EU and Non EU students can apply in University of Tartu. The main aspects of this scholarships are as follows:

Level: Postgraduate(Master's)
Department: Software Engineering
Total scholarships: at least Six
Type: Scholarship covers full tuition for 2 years of the program. Additionally, a stipend of €2550 per year will be granted to some students based on academic merit.
General admission requirements: Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and Proof of English language proficiency. Please View details for more...
Application Form: Application
Application deadline:
EU applicants - June 1
non-EU applicants - April15

At least six scholarships are available for foreign students to enroll in the newly created Master’s of Software Engineering at University of Tartu, Estonia, This program will be jointly offered by Estonia’s two major universities: University of Tartu and Tallinn University of Technology.

General admission requirements:

1. Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Information Technology, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Information Systems or a related field. Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics or Natural Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Business and Economics must have completed at least 24 ECTS in Information Technology, including courses in Programming, Database Technology and Software Engineering.
2. Proof of English language proficiency is required from international applicants for whom English is not a native language. One of the following is accepted: TOEFL 550 or higher (computer based - 213, internet based - 79/80); IELTS 6.5; Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English - C; Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English - B. For more information, please check: English language requirements

Application process:
The application process will be managed by the University of Tartu, which is the main coordinating institution. To apply:

applicants are required to fill in an online application and post the signed application and required documents listed below to the International Student Service: University of Tartu, Ülikooli 18, Tartu 50090, ESTONIA.
Please follow the directions given in the online system.

Documents to be submitted:

* application;
* completed and signed application form for recognition of prior learning;
* copy of the Bachelor’s diploma (or highest study level) and diploma supplement (transcript/mark sheet) in the original language (a copy certified by the educational institution issuing the document or a notarized copy);
* official translation of the diploma and diploma supplement (transcript/mark sheet) into English, translation certified;
* non-EU applicants only: certified copy of the upper secondary school certificate and list with grades;
* non-EU applicants only: official translation of the upper secondary school certificate and list with grades into English, translation certified;
* official test results of English language proficiency. For more information, please check: English language requirements;
* copy of an identification document.

Applicants will receive confirmation upon receipt of their application and its status. Completed applications will be considered by the Admission Commission and students accepted into the program will be notified of their admission soon after.

Application deadline:
EU applicants - June 1
non-EU applicants - April15

Curriculum structure:
Core compulsory module 36 ECTS
Specialization module 24 ECTS
Practice module 18 ECTS
Elective courses 12 ECTS
Master’s thesis 30 ECTS

Language of instruction:

Program duration:
2 years; possibility of credit transfer is available to graduates with a 4-year Bachelor’s degree

Tuition fees and scholarships:
The program fee is €3300/year and covers tuition, essential study materials, supervision and advice for thesis preparation. All students admitted in 2009/2010 will be automatically
considered for a scholarship covering full tuition for 2 years of the program. Additionally, a stipend of €2550 per year will be granted to some students based on academic merit.

Additional information:
University of Tartu www.ut.ee
Tallinn University of Technology www.ip.ttu.ee
Tartu www.tartu.ee
Tallinn www.tourism.tallinn.ee
Estonia www.visitestonia.com