Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Win a $2,000 No-Essay College Scholarship

College Prowler, an online guidebook to find the right college for students is offering the easiest possible scholarship to win a $2,000 that can be used for undergraduate or graduate level education. No essay is required. Simply fill out College Prowler's form by September 30, 2010 for a chance to win. Applicants must be a legal resident of the United States and planning to enroll in school within the next 12 months. International students are also eligible if they have a valid visa.

How to win:

  • Fill out the form to the right for a chance at $2,000.
  • College Prowler will verify that your information is correct.

  • They'll randomly select one winner every month. Winners will be contacted directly and announced on their facebook page. See the past winners.


  • Open to all current students and those planning to enroll within 12 months.
  • One entry per person. Multiple entries or invalid information will result in disqualification.

  • See all the official rules


Saturday, August 21, 2010


Government of Switzerland Offered GRADUATE Scholarships for international students.

Deadline for applications: 11 Oct. 2010

Topic: Various Specialties.
Country: Switzerland
Duration: 01 academic year (nine months)
>Language: French, German, Italian or English (in some cases)
Code: 20100417BMAE

Swiss Government

Universities and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.


  1. The trainee receives a monthly, manual review of application at: http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/es/home/reps/sameri/vper/emblim/peredu.html
  2. Health insurance against sickness and accidents (except dental).
  3. The scholarship does not cover one-way airfare, but if it covers return tickets.

Directed To:

=> Scholarships will be targeted at those who, with honors, holding a diploma and wish to continue their graduate studies in Switzerland.


1 .- application folder of the Office of Scholarships and Student Loans-Obec (attach pay stub). Fill out all forms of Obec.
2 .- Three (3) letters of the workplace or university. One, addressed to the Chief (e) of the Office of Scholarships and Student Loans, another Executive Director of the Peruvian International Cooperation Agency-APCI, and the other, the entity sponsoring the scholarship.
3 .- Application form for Switzerland. This form, PDF format, must be completed on screen, printed and signed by the applicant, see attached (no manuscript form). Must have a photo, do not accept photocopies of photos.
4 .- Copy of all university degrees (photocopies of certificates containing the courses that the applicant has made during his university studies, with the notes thereon, copies of graduate certificates, graduate and professional degree will lend weight to his candidacy.
5 .- Two letters of recommendation (original) of teachers, on letterhead and seal of the university.
6 .- Nominations for the stages of research: Full Research Project of approximately five pages and a presentation of papers or research studies conducted to date that may be of particular interest for the grant of scholarship.
Nominations for a Master: A covering letter of approximately 2 pages stating the reasons for choosing to study in Switzerland, the importance of this choice to study in Switzerland, the importance of this choice for future career and professional projects at the end of the scholarship studies.
7. Curriculum vitae (in the language of the relevant study)
8.Candidaturas for research stages: a copy of the confirmation of a university professor who leaves a Swiss who agrees to supervise the investigations (one university).
Nominations for a Master: copies of correspondence with the management or supervisor Master. At the time of submitting his candidacy, it is not necessary to be admitted to the Master Programme (one Master Program)
9 .- Do not exceed 35 years (considered only those born after 01/01/1976).
10.-Photocopy of the last certificate of the language of study (attach other language certificates required by the university or ETH Switzerland, scoring required)
Return Commitment 11.-signed by the candidate to return to Peru once they finish their fellowship and their period of study in Switzerland, under the Annex.
12.-Affidavit of no criminal record or police, according to the Annex.
13.-All documents must be accompanied by the appropriate translation (French, German, Italian or English). It is not necessary to submit official translations for now, until the Swiss University so requests, the same candidate can do the translation of documents into the language of study chosen, each original document and copies will be stapled behind translation.
14 .- Do not receive another scholarship at the same time. Unable to work in Switzerland.

NOTE .- The records are incomplete or poorly presented will not be examined.

For Master programs, the candidate should undertake, in parallel with the scholarship application, all necessary steps to enroll in a program. They are two different ways and the candidate should compulsorily brought before a Swiss university in order to apply for a scholarship. The regular registration deadlines must be respected Program. Any application fee and other expenses related to enrollment in programs run by the candidate.

Be attached to the medical certificate, according to the form Certificat médical / Aerztliches Zeugnis only if it is found that the application meets all requirements of the Federal Grants Commission (the physician chosen by the Embassy of Switzerland will sign this certificate, putting their stamps with the number of tuition). The Embassy of Switzerland issued later this form directly to the person concerned.

The Embassy submitted to the decision of the Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreign Students in Switzerland the files checked, evaluated and selected by this Diplomatic Mission, giving priority to the study visits ("stages") for research projects. Excluding grants in artistic fields.

It should be noted that while the candidates meet the required conditions, the grant shall not be granted automatically and that the final decision rests with the Federal Grants Commission to undertake a selection among candidates from all countries and awarded their scholarship to the best, regardless of their nationality.

* Studies / specialties / postgraduates at Swiss universities: To see the studies (majors) may be in Switzerland, we recommend visiting the website (in French and German). There is also a link to postgraduate studies. However, it should be noted that not all specialties / postgraduates are included in the scholarship program. It is appropriate that stakeholders are advised to contact the Swiss embassy before submitting his candidacy.

For further information visit the website of the Swiss Embassy:


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Sunday, June 20, 2010


The Government of Japan through Monbukagakusho - Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, initiated the call for applicants to graduate and undergraduate scholarships for the year 20 1 1 for international students.

(1) Country: Venezuela (An applicant who has Japanese nationality at the time of application will not be eligible)

(2) Age: under 35 (born after 2 April 1976)

(3) Academic Background: Applicant must be a college graduate or have academic ability equal or superior to that of a college graduate.

(4) Major field of study: The candidate must apply the appropriate area above the field of study or a related area.

(5) Japanese Language: The candidate must be willing to learn the Japanese language, be interested in Japan and have enthusiasm to deepen their understanding of Japan after his arrival, and be able to undertake studies and research while adapting to life in Japan.

(6) Health: Applicant must be physically and mentally healthy enough to carry out studies at a university.

(7) Arrival in Japan: The candidate must be able to leave for and arrive in Japan between the 1st and April 7, 1920 January 1 or between 1 and October 7, 1920 January 1.

(8) Dates to note:

Nomination Close: Friday is May 28, 2010

Language Exam: Tuesday June 8, 2010

Interviews: Thursday June 17, 2010

Application Form [Word]
Annex Form [Word]
Study Area [Word]
M Eddic Certificate [PDF]
Letters of recommendation ndaci or No [Word]
Explanatory (English) [PDF]


(1) Country: Venezuela (An applicant who has Japanese nationality at the time of application will not be eligible)

(2) Age: The candidate must be born between April 2, 1989 and April 1, 1994.

(3) Academic Background: Applicant must have completed a regular course of 12 years of school education or have graduated from a school equivalent to senior high in Japan.

(4) Major field of study:

Social Sciences and Humanities

Law, Politics, Pedagogy, Sociology, Literature, History, Japanese Language, Economics, Management and Others

Natural Sciences

Science, Studies of electricity and electronics, mechanics, civil engineering, architecture, chemical, agricultural, hygienic and biology, medicine, dentistry and other fields.

(5) Japanese Language: The candidate must be willing to learn the Japanese language and receive university education in that language.

(6) Health: Applicant must be physically and mentally healthy enough to continue studies at a university in Japan.

(7) Arrival in Japan: If selected, the candidate must be able to leave for and arrive in Japan between the 1st and April 7, 1920 January 1.

(8) Dates to note:

Nomination Close: Wednesday June 23, 2010

Materials Testing and languages: Thursday July 8, 2010

Interviews: Wednesday July 14, 2010

Application Form [Word]
Annex Form [Word]
M Eddic Certificate [PDF]
Letters of recommendation ndaci or No [Word]
Explanatory (English) [PDF]

For more information using contact the Embassy of Japan Tel 261.83.33


Sunday, January 24, 2010

150 scholarships available in 2010/2011 for youth in developing countries to follow in Belgium Masters

As part of the curriculum and international internships 2010-2011, the CIUF (Inter University Council of the French Community of Belgium) grants 150 scholarships and 70 training fellowships.

List of international courses and training (advanced training for development)
13 International Masters (in 1 academic year (12 months), from September 15, 2010 to September 15, 2011)

-Master in Aquaculture (10 scholarships available)
-Master in Transport Management (12 scholarships available)
-Master in Public Health - Guidance Health and Development (13 scholarships available)
-Master in Science and Environmental Management in Developing Countries (12 scholarships available)
-Master in Management of Animal and Plant Resources in Tropical Environments (12 scholarships available)
-Master in Management of Natural Hazards (11 scholarships available)
-Master in Science and Technology of Foods (11 scholarships available)
-Master in Transfusion Medicine (10 scholarships available)
-European Master in Microfinance (12 scholarships available)
-Master in Protecting Tropical and Subtropical Crops (10 scholarships available)
-Master in International Economics and Development (11 scholarships available)
-Master in Development, Environment and Societies (14 scholarships available)
-Master in Public Health Methodology (12 scholarships available)
5 International Internships
-Internship at the Use of Information Technologies and Communication in the University Libraries (14 scholarships available)
-Training in Geographic Information System (14 scholarships available)
-Training in Management Systems Health Services - economics and resource management / planning (network A) - Management Science and Research in Health Systems (chain B) (14 scholarships available)
Methodological in-Training Support for Innovation in Family Agriculture (14 scholarships available)
-Training in Environment and Sustainable Management of Mineral Resources (14 scholarships available)

Eligibility Criteria
If its application is admissible, it is necessary that the candidate:
1. Originates from a developing country. To be eligible, applicants must reside and work in their country at the time of the introduction of the case,
2. Only nationals of following countries are allowed to apply for grants CUD:
South Africa, Algeria, Bangladesh, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, China, Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Cuba, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Guinea, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Niger, Peru, Philippines, DR Congo, Rwanda, El Salvador, Senegal, Suriname, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia, Zimbabwe
3. Is aged under 40 for courses, and less than 45 years for internships, and this at the start of training,
4. Holds a degree comparable to a diploma 2nd cycle of university education in Belgium. However, for certain courses, different requirements may be set, which will then be specified below,
5. Demonstrates a professional occupation in a developing country for at least two years after the end of his graduate or three years after his graduation when the applicant holds a diploma issued by 3rd round a university in an industrialized country,
6. Have a good knowledge of written French and spoken for trainings organized in another language, it is necessary to have a good knowledge of the course, written and spoken. We also ask candidates to commit to learn French in order to participate in daily life in Belgium,
7. Apply for ONE TRAINING

Modalities for the applications
How to submit a record of scholarship?
* The completed scholarship application and admission to a university francophone Belgium can be downloaded from this site.
* There will be thoroughly completed and sent to the CUD (University Commission for Development), only by regular mail or express mail, the CUD must be in possession for February 15 * 2010 (we do not consider the postmark. we do not take into account that the files arrived in our office by the deadline at the latest)
* Only will be considered the candidature files submitted on the appropriate forms, and in the language training is provided.
* All the necessary elements to the file must be transmitted in the same shipment. No additional file will be transmitted subsequently taken into consideration.
* All successful applicants and reserves will receive an email after the selections (May 2010). Unsuccessful applicants will receive an email in the month of June 2010.
* No document sent to the CUD will be returned to applicants.
* No follow-up will be given to files that do not meet the eligibility criteria clearly listed on the site (certified diploma, age, work experience ,...)
* before January 22, 2010 for the following courses:
* internship at the Use of Information Technologies and Communication in University Library
* internship methodological innovation support in family farming

» More info [Plz use google translator if Language problem]