Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore is offering four fully-funded Commonwealth PhD Scholarships – find out how to apply for this exciting opportunity!
This great opportunity is designed to nurture future leaders, with an emphasis on those interested in science and engineering. Four scholarships are available in any research specialism offered by NTU – you will not only have a fully-funded scholarship, but also benefit from international experience and cross-cultural exchange when studying and researching abroad.
Eligibility and how to apply
- Citizens of any Commonwealth country are eligible to apply, excluding Singapore citizens and Singapore permanent residents
- The scholarships fund full tuition fees, a living allowance of 2000 Singapore dollars per month and a resettlement & airfare grant of 2500 Singapore dollars.
- Applications are open now and close on 31 January 2018. The scholarship start date will be August 2018.
- More information on the terms and conditions can be found on the NTU website. Please read these before applying.
Applicants must complete the online NTU graduate research programme application and indicate on the form that they also wish to apply for the Commonwealth Scholarship. Applications should be made via the NTU website.
Applications are invited for Kennedy Scholarships to enable British citizens, educated in the UK, to take graduate programmes across the full range of Schools and courses at Harvard and MIT
Kennedy Scholarships comprise full tuition and health insurance fees, a generous stipend for living, a contribution to transatlantic travel and a discretionary grant for vacation travel in the USA. They are part of the British national memorial to President Kennedy and have been awarded annually in competition since 1965 with many former scholars now in leading positions.
Up to 10 awards will be offered for 2016-17.
All applicants must have studied at a UK University or University College. In addition, they may be: studying for a first degree and due to graduate in the academic year 2015-2016, or a graduate of a UK university or university college who has completed a first degree not earlier than 2011 and who will have spent at least 2 of the 7 academic years prior to 01.09.2016 at a UK university or university college.
Awards will not be made to postdoctoral candidates wishing to pursue further research in their own field.
Applicants must meet the eligibility requirements of their chosen programmes and, in addition to their Kennedy Scholarship application, should submit a separate and independent application to their preferred School, meeting all deadlines etc.
A Kennedy Scholarship does not guarantee admission to Harvard or MIT.
Applications must be submitted online at www.kennedytrust.org.uk by 23.59 on 28th October 2015.
Contact details for 2 referees must be supplied who will be emailed automatically once an application is submitted.
Full information about the award and how to apply is on the website.
The Daiwa Scholarship is a unique 19-month programme of language study, work placement and homestay in Japan, following a month of Japanese language tuition in the UK. Daiwa Scholarships offer young and talented UK citizens with strong leadership potential, the opportunity to acquire Japanese language skills, and to access expertise and knowledge relevant to their career goals.
The selected Daiwa Scholars will undertake a month of Japanese language study in the UK during August 2016 before moving to Japan in mid-September 2016 for the remainder of the Scholarship.
No previous experience of Japan or Japanese is necessary.
You can find a link to the Daiwa Scholarship flyer here. The link to the online application notes and form can be found here. The Foundation is also happy to provide advice about possible applications – please contact email@example.com.
If you are interested in applying you should attend the briefing organised by the Daiwa Foundation in Sheffield on
Wednesday 28 October 2015, 12:00pm
LTE Hicks Building
More info: http://www.shef.ac.uk/careers
The closing date for the 2016 programme will be Thursday 3 December 2015.