Dec 28, 2011

PhD and Master Scholarship at Washington University in St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) offers scholarship through the McDonnell International Scholars Academy program. This scholarship is partnership based and it is open for Indonesian citizens who are graduates of University of Indonesia.

Admission is open until February 1, 2012.

For the 2012-13 academic year, Scholars will receive:

1. full tuition for study in a graduate or professional degree program. This support will continue as long as the Scholar is making satisfactory progress toward a degree.
2. a 12-month living stipend for each year that the Scholar is making satisfactory progress toward a degree. This stipend is set at $26,000 for the year beginning August 16, 2012.
3. a one-time travel allowance of up to $1,500 for travel to St. Louis for a period of study as an Academy Scholar.
4. an annual travel allowance of up to $2,000 for a trip to the Scholar's alma mater.

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*Important notes:* WUSTL is a fully funded university where many graduate studies offer a waiver for the tuition fee and provide stipend for accepted graduate students. In other words, even if you do not get a scholarship, acceptance in WUSTL graduate schools might still mean a full coverage of education and living cost. Application to WUSTL graduate schools (not McDonnell scholarship) is open for students from any background, *not only for UI graduates*. Please refer o each graduate school’s website for further info. WUSTL main website is

Sherria Ayuandini

2010 McDonnell Scholar

PhD candidate in Anthropology
Washington University in St. Louis

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PhD scholarship available at QUT’s BPM Group

Applications are invited from suitable qualified graduates for four PhD scholarships at the
Business Process Management Group, Information Systems Discipline at Queensland University of Technology as part of the ARC project “Designing Process Models for Decision-Making”. The term of the scholarship is three years. The scholarships provide financial support towards study and living costs.

Project Background
When seeking to re-design business processes – a perennial top priority of chief information executives – organisations use graphical documentations of their business processes, so called process models. These models act as blueprints of organizational processes, and are a key tool for making re-design decisions, i.e., decisions about where, how and why changes to the processes should be enacted to warrant increased revenues, business growth, improved operational efficiency, cost reductions or increased compliance.

A process model that documents a business process in an incomplete, incorrect, cumbersome to decipher, or otherwise deficient manner will not convey the information about the business domain to the decision maker such that a good decision can be facilitated. Any re-design of the processes, in consequence, will then fail to deliver the expected benefits. When creating process models, therefore, business analysts require principles that guide them in conceiving graphical representations of business processes that are useful, intuitive and accurate to the
decision-makers (process owners, process managers, business analysts, systems designers and the like) working with these models.

This project aims to develop a theory, and theory-driven guidelines, for developing
understandable process models. Specifically, it will deliver:
• A fundamental theory about factors and consequences of process modelling for decision-making tasks; and
• on the basis of the new and validated theory, practical guidelines based on rigorous empirical insights to guide the creation of useful, intuitive and accurate process models for decision-making.

Project Governance
The research project is led by Associate Professor Jan Recker, PhD. Jan is Alexandervon-Humboldt Fellow and Associate Professor for Information Systems at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, where he is co-leader of the Business Process Management research group. His main areas of research include business process design in organizational practice, user acceptance and IT-enabled business transformations. His research is published in the MIS Quarterly, the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, the European Journal of Information Systems, Information & Management, the Scandinavian Journal of Information
Systems, Information Systems, and other key journals.

Jan is currently the highest ranked researcher in Information Systems in Europe and Australia, based on publications in the top six journals over the last three years. He is an Associate Editor for the Communications of the AIS, a member of the editorial board of several international journals and serves on the program committee of various conferences.

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The Research Group
QUT’s BPM research group is one of the largest BPM research groups in the world with impressive academic achievements, significant third-party funded research projects and major industry linkages.

QUT’s BPM Group is situated within the Information Systems Discipline, the highest ranked IS research department in Australia based on research quality. The discipline is currently the highest ranked IS department in Australia or Europe in terms of publications in the top six IS journals worldwide.

QUT’s BPM Group has a global reputation for its work on BPM maturity management, process improvement, process modeling, and workflow technology. The group has had substantial impact on the global body of BPM knowledge and its uptake in industry and academia. Research from the BPM group has appeared in premier outlets journals such as the MIS Quarterly, the Journal of the AIS, the European Journal of IS, Decision Support Systems, Information Systems, ACM
Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, and others.

To find out more, please visit the research group’s website
( Application Criteria

The successful applicant
- has a Master's degree in information systems, business administration, or a comparable field. He or she completed the Master’s degree with a GPA of 6 or higher (or equivalent).
- has the ambition and capabilities to complete a high-quality PhD project within 3 years.
- has a strong research mindset, and evidence of skills in theoretical and empirical research.
- possesses strong analytical and problem-solving capabilities.
- speaks and writes fluently in English.
- likes to work in an international setting.

Application Procedure
Applicants are required to submit a letter of application for the scholarship to Associate Professor Jan Recker ( by 31 December 2011, briefly describing qualifications, relevant skills and areas of research interest.

Applicants will be screened and, if suitable, invited for further assessment and interviews.

The following supporting documents are required:
- CV including a comprehensive list and details of all publications if any.
- Certified copies of academic transcripts.
- Copies of most important research papers or theses
- A letter stating how the above criteria are met by the applicant
- 2 letters of reference from academics who have taught/supervised the applicant at university.

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Dec 7, 2011

UNESCO-IHE twenty PhD positions on pro-poor sanitation innovation

UNESCO-IHE and partners offering twenty PhD positions on pro-poor sanitation innovation
Updated - Monday 05 December 2011

Twenty PhD Positions are available in the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded project on pro-poor sanitation innovations, named "Stimulating local innovation on sanitation for the urban poor in sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia".

UNESCO-IHE, The Netherlands, and its partners Makerere University in Uganda, KNUST in Ghana, AIT in Thailand, 2iE in Burkina Faso, ITB in Indonesia, UCT in South Africa, UFMG in Brazil, and Univalle in Colombia were awarded a US$ 8 million grant from the Gates Foundation to finance the 5-year capacity building and research project.

To support the research component of the project 20 PhD positions for junior researchers are funded by the project at 8 host institutions.

The five research themes are:

Smart sanitation provision for slums & informal settlements
Emergency sanitation following natural & anthropological disasters
Resource oriented decentralized sanitation
Low cost wastewater collection & treatment
Faecal sludge management
Deadline for application: 15 December 2011

For more information and application instructions go to the UNESCO-IHE web site

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Dec 4, 2011

Master and Research Scholarships KFUPM 2012 2013, Saudi Arabia

Info Saudi Arabia Postgraduate Scholarships KFUPM 2012/2013 for master and research

We welcome outstanding and talented prospective graduate students from around the nation and the world to apply for Graduate Studies. Besides national students, KFUPM currently has international graduate students from 28 different nationalities. This adds to the richness & diversity of the academic and research environment at KFUPM.

The University currently offers 30 Master programs and 10 Doctoral programs in a full range of traditional disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary programs that anticipate market trends and respond to national needs. KFUPM provides full MS and PhD scholarships for distinguished graduate applicants who demonstrate high potential for conducting original research in the fields of Engineering, Sciences and Business.

Online Application

All graduate admissions are administered by the Deanship of Graduate Studies (DGS). Candidates who intend to enroll in graduate programs at the University need to submit an online application available on the website of DGS on the link The online application is available only during the application periods according to the posted application deadlines on the link . The graduate admission is open twice a year for the two semesters: The Fall Term (usually starting in September) and the Spring Term (usually starting in February).

After submission of the online application, mandatory documents need to be uploaded through the Upload System using the same Login ID and PIN created for the online application using this link:
Mandatory documents for application (without which application will not be processed)

Copy of identification (National ID for Saudi nationals / Passport for international applicants / Iqama for residents of Saudi Arabia).
Complete official transcripts for BS degree and MS degree (if applying to PhD).
Statement-of-Purpose (a one-page essay focusing on career and research goals).
Recommendation Letters from 3 Professors through the online recommendation system after submitting the online application.
GMAT scores for MBA program (for international applicants).

Other supporting documents (needed for final admission decision)

Certificates for BS degree and MS degree (if applying to PhD).
TOEFL score (min. is 68 iBT for MS and 79 iBT for PhD).
Acceptable GRE General score (min. Quant. is 700, min. Analytical is 3.0).
Upon approval, original/certified copies of degree certificate(s) and transcript(s) are to be sent through postal mail.

Application Deadlines
The online application is available only during the application periods according to the posted application deadlines on the link
Distinguished Partnership of KFUPM with International Institutions
KFUPM has very strong collaborative partnership on conducting innovative research with the following international institutions:

MIT: Clean Water and Clean Energy research.
*Stanford University: Oil and Gas research.
California Institute of Technology (Caltech): Refining and Petrochemicals research.
Cambridge University: Oil and Gas research.
KAUST: Many research disciplines.
Saudi Aramco (the largest oil company worldwide): Many research disciplines.
SABIC (the 5th petrochemical company worldwide): Petrochemical research.

Centers for Research Excellence at KFUPM
To provide extreme support for research in areas of excellence, KFUPM has established the following Centers for Research Excellence, in which graduate students can conduct their research:

KFUPM-MIT Collaboration Center on Clean Water and Clean Energy.
National Center of Excellence on Nanotechnology.
National Center of Excellence on Renewable Energy.
National Center of Excellence on Refining and Petrochemicals.
National Center of Excellence on Corrosion.

Graduate Scholarships:
Two types of assistantships are offered to enrolled Master students:

Graduate Assistantship: Open to exceptional Saudi Graduate Assistants continuing MS degrees at KFUPM, who display outstanding performance in their Bachelor education.
Research Assistantship: Open to national and international Master students, whose performance is exceptional in their Bachelor education.

Two types of lectureships are offered to enrolled Ph.D. students:

Lecturer: Open to exceptional Saudi Lecturers continuing Ph.D. degrees at KFUPM, who perform excellent in their Bachelor & Master education.
Lecturer-B: Open to national and international exceptional Ph.D. students, whose performance is exceptional in their Bachelor & Master education.

Part-Time Education
Like most reputed international universities, KFUPM also offers this flexible opportunity to working individuals who are interested to pursue higher studies. Such students are charged a modest tuition fee. This prospect is limited to the nationals and residents of the Kingdom.

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Dec 2, 2011

PhD fellowship humic substances - University of Naples

Dear Colleagues,

A call for a PhD fellowship at the University of Naples Federico II reserved to foreign students is now open.

I recall that the experimental work will focus on the application of Humeomics [Nebbioso and Piccolo. Basis of a Humeomics Science: chemical fractionation and molecular characterization of humic biosuprastructures. /Biomacromolecules/ , 12, 1187-1199 (2011)] to determine humic molecular biomarkers in natural and agricultural soils. Candidates should have a backgound in humus and general chemistry and willingness to apply physical-chemical instrumentation such as NMR, GC-MS and LC-MS.

Interested candidates should contact Prof. Alessandro Piccolo
(alessandro.piccolo@ With best regards, Alessandro Piccolo Prof. Dr.h.c. Alessandro Piccolo
Ordinario di Chimica Agraria
Università di Napoli Federico II
Via Università 100
80055 Portici, Italy
Tel. +39 081 2539160
Fax +39 081 2539186
E-mail: alessandro.piccolo@

And Director of CERMANU
Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca sulla Risonanza Magnetica Nucleare
Università di Napoli Federico II
Via Università 100
Tel. +39 081 2539448

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12 PhD positions at Gjovik University College, Norway

Currently announced positions (deadline is 15th of December):

The faculty of Computer Science and Media Technology announces 12 PhD projects. The faculty consists of two sections: the Norwegian Information Security Laboratory (NISlab) and the Media Technology Laboratory (MTL). Of the 12 positions are 8 within NISlab and the remaining 4 withing MTL.

Positions within NISlab (click on the project title for more detailed information) :

Algorithmic Game-Theoretical Models of Colluding Adversaries under External Constraints (NISlab)
The project seeks to extend recent results in coalitional and algorithmic game theory where the transferable utility assumption commonly made does not hold. These constraints arise from the notion of active adversaries, which do not allow for equilibria to be studied naively, and also from the need to accomodate the existence of a nature player simultaneously.
Contact: Prof. Stephen Wolthusen (stephen.wolthusen@

Civil Law Concepts in Access Control (NISlab)
The project is to investigate how access control models could benefit from integration of civil law concepts: Business contracts could be more easily expressed as access control policies; liability for events in computer systems could be addressed more easily.
Contact: Assoc. Prof. Hanno Langweg (hanno.langweg@

Fake-Resistant Fingerprint Biometrics
Authentication of individuals based on fingerprints is a widely used approach. However it is easy to reproduce an artefact and thus fake state of the art sensors. The project shall research effective spoofing countermeasures based on new imaging techniques.
Contact: Prof. Christoph Busch (christoph.busch@

Forensic Author Attribution (NISlab)
The project will study machine-learning techniques for the forensic attribution and identification of authors of text-based communication, e.g., email, messages and chat. Main objective is to design computational methods that are able to cope with sparse, imbalanced data sets, obfuscation, and partial knowledge in the final decision-making.
Contact: Prof. Katrin Franke (katrin.franke@

KEYstroke dynamics BiOmetric Authentication Research and Development (KEYBOARD) (NISlab)
The project seeks to investigate security and performance of static and continuous keystroke dynamics systems. Special attention will be on biometric keystroke dynamics on mobile devices like iPad and using keystroke dynamics to enhance security for online. One of the main research goals will be to investigate the security of keystroke dynamics systems.
Contact: Assoc. Prof. Patrick Bours (patrick.bours@

Large-Scale Online Learning for Intrusion Detection and Proactive Forensics (NISlab)
The project will study and develop new machine-learning techniques for intrusion detection and proactive forensics. A main objective is to design computational methods and algorithms that are able to cope with massive data, obfuscation, adversarial activities and changing environments.
Contact: Prof. Katrin Franke (katrin.franke@

Process Tracking for Forensic Readiness in Operating Systems (NISlab)
Forensic analysis of computer systems suffers from a sparseness of logging of events. The project seeks to establish a log of all state-changing activities of important processes, analogous to a flight data recorder used to investigate plane crashes.
Contact: Assoc. Prof. Hanno Langweg (hanno.langweg@

Using Theories from Economics and Finance to Address Information Security Risk Management (NISlab)
Risk is a consequence of lack of information. To ensure effective risk management, it is not obvious what kind of information should be collected and how much resources should be spent on collecting this additional information. The research will take a multidisiplinary perspective, importing ideas from (behavioural) economics, (computational) finance, Information Security, Computer Science etc.
Contact: Prof. Einar Snekkenes (einar.snekkenes@

Positions within MTL (click on the project title for more detailed information) :

Audio- and Video-Guided Interactive Performance of Computer Music (MTL)
The project is to investigate into how auditory, visual, and other clues and cues can be used to guide the performance of computer music, turning the computer into more of an interplayer. This will enable the improvisation tempo, dynamics and phrasing found in human performances.
Contact: Assoc. Prof. Ivar Farup (ivar.farup@hig. no).

Mobile and Web-Based Learning (MTL)
This project focuses on the use of mobile and web-based technologies in technology-enhanced learning. A main objective is to investigate how such technologies can be used to improve the value and the importance of students' own learning activities as they are creating, interacting with, augmenting, and sharing learning objects.
Contact: Prof. Rune Hjelsvold (rune.hjelsvold@

Mobile Augmented Reality and Pervasive Gaming (MTL)
This projects focuses on the intersection of mobile augmented reality with gaming. Specific areas of research will include improvements to the tracking, display, and interaction with augmented data.
Contact: Assoc. Prof. Simon McCallum (simon.mccallum@

Quality Evaluation and Enhancement of Reproduced Images (MTL)
The project will focus on the development of image quality metrics correlated with perceived image quality as well as the innovative usage of such metrics to improve or optimise the quality of colour image reproduction algorithms, devices, or systems.
Contact: Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg (jon.hardeberg@

General information on a PhD positions at the faculty of Computer Science and Media Technology, as well as specific information on NISlab can be provided by the head of NISlab, Ass.Prof. Patrick Bours (patrick.bours@ Specific information on MTL can be provided by the head of MTL, Ass.Prof. Terje Stafseng (terje.stafseng@ All the above position will soon be officially announced at (or for the norwegian version).

General requirements for these 12 PhD positions:
The successful candidates will be chosen to provide the best possible match between research projects and candidate qualifications. Candidates should state clearly one or at most two projects of interest from the above lists. Applications must be made through the electronic application system EasyCruit (link will be availble from and

Candidates are expected to have successfully completed an undergraduate and MSc degree in a relevant discipline and should have demonstrated the ability to successfully conduct research projects. English language proficiency (both written and spoken) should also be documented. Individual research areas described above may have further requirements.

Gjøvik University College particularly invites applications from qualified female candidates. The department provides a friendly, highly international research environment using English as its working language.

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PhD studentship at School of Mathematical Sciences at University College Dublin

A PhD studentship in mathematics is available in the School of Mathematical Sciences at University College Dublin for up to four years to work on a project Positivity in Matrix Theory. The project addresses one of the most intriguing and challenging mathematical topics in the theory of positive operators: spectral properties of nonnegative matrices.

(Positivity arises in a large variety of settings: time, money, goods, buffer sizes, queue lengths, network data, packet flow rates, human, animal and plant populations, concentration of substances, light intensity levels, probabilities---these are all positive. The wide range of applications of positivity gives rise to many problems that have substantial value in pure mathematics and enrich research in linear algebra and other branches of mathematics.)

Candidate Profile

The successful applicant should have a B.S. or masters degree in pure or applied mathematics. Relevant background would include linear and abstract algebra, functional analysis, combinatorics, computational skills and experience writing mathematical text.


The fellowship includes an annual stipend of e18,000 (tax free) and payment of annual tuition fees for European Union students, as well as funding for international research visits and attendance at international conferences. Note that the scholarship does not cover full tuition for students from outside the European Union, which is significant.

How to apply

Applications should include a CV, unofficial transcripts of undergraduate grades, a short statement (no more than 200 words) of mathematical interests, and the names and contact details of two academic references. Application materials should be sent as e-mail attachments in PDF format.

Enquiries and applications should be made to Dr Helena Šmigoc:
Helena dot Smigoc at ucd dot ie


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US/Canada Grants for the Academic Year 2012-13

For students from developing countries who are currently studying in the United States or Canada, the MMMF awards grants of approximately $12,000 each; grants are not renewable. The MMMF also typically invites the recipients to Washington DC to participate in a three day Awards Program organized in their honor.

A woman is eligible to apply for an MMMF grant if she meets all the following criteria:
has a record of service to women and children and a commitment to improve the lives of women and children in developing countries
resides in the U.S. or Canada at the time she submits the application
is enrolled (in residence) at an accredited U.S. or Canadian educational institution for the academic year 2011-2012, and intends to be enrolled for the 2012-2013 academic year
will use the grant toward the completion of her degree
is a national of a lower or middle income developing member country, as designated by the MMMF Country Eligibility List
is not a U.S. or Canadian citizen, permanent U.S. resident or Canadian Landed Immigrant
intends to return to her country (or other developing country) within two years of completing use of the MMMF grant and perform at least two years of service
demonstrates financial need and satisfactory academic performance
is at least 25 years old by December 31, 2011
is not related to a World Bank Group staff member or his/her spouse
There are no exceptions to the MMMF Scholarship criteria listed above.


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Howard E. LeFevre '29 Emerging Practitioner Fellowship

The Architecture Section of the Knowlton School of Architecture (KSA) is searching for applicants with demonstrated talent and enthusiasm for the making and teaching of architecture. Within an award-winning facility designed by Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, the KSA fosters a unique environment for innovative design research and critical inquiry. The School enjoys the benefits of a large research institution including collaborative relationships with The Wexner Center for the Arts and the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design. The School is comprised of three sections: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and City and Regional Planning. Architecture has approximately 300 students (225 UG and 75 G), 14 fulltime faculty members, and 20 adjunct faculty members. The strong regional base of the school is complemented by a broad global agenda, evidenced by international programs and initiatives throughout the world. Augmenting the intellectual environment of the Section are the Herbert Baumer Distinguished Visiting Professorships, the Howard E. LeFevre ’29 Emerging Practitioner Fellowship and outstanding lecture and exhibition series. Publications include Source Books and PRAXIS, Journal of Writing and Building.

The Fellowship provides a 9-month residency for an emerging practitioner to investigate a specific project related to his/her overall development, to produce within the Fellowship period an exhibition and lecture of that work, and to develop their ideas in the context of teaching in architectural design studio. A Graduate Research Assistant will assist in producing the proposed project and monograph. A wide range of possible topics for study will be considered, with preference to those which can most take advantage of the school’s resources in history, contemporary culture and theory; advanced techniques in the design of buildings and cities; and research in technology, media and material assemblies.

To apply, send a letter of interest, a 1 page proposal of the residency project, curriculum vitae, 3 references, and portfolio to the address below. The search will remain open until the postion is filled.

Electronic submittals are encouraged; contact chair of committee for details. Material should be sent to:
Douglas Graf, Chair
Architecture Faculty Search Committee
The Knowlton School of Architecture
275 West Woodruff Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1138

The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affi rmative Action Employer. To build a diverse workforce, Ohio State encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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PhD Scholarship for research on either the Environmental or Maritime History of Southeast Asia

A fully funded three and half year PhD scholarship is available to work under the supervision of Professor James Warren, who is coordinating one research stream of a 7-year Major Collaborative Research Initiative (MCRI) anchored at McGill University entitled 'The Indian Ocean World: The Making of the First Global Economy in the context of Human–Environment Interaction'. For further information please download the flyer here

The Asia Research Centre provides high quality training to postgraduate students. In-house seminars, seminars held in cooperation with other institutions at Murdoch University, and visits to the Centre by eminent scholars, policy-makers and industry representatives ensure that postgraduates interact in a stimulating and supportive environment.

The Centre encourages application from potential doctoral students.

As a first step, prospective students should acquaint themselves with staff expertise outlined on this web site. This should give some indication of whether or not the topic being proposed falls within the range of interests and capacities of the Centre.

If this looks to be the case, prospective applicants should address the thesis proposal structure laid out below. Potential students are required to submit a thesis proposal (no more than 8 pages) in keeping with the headings outlined in the following PDF document entitled "Phd Thesis Proposal".

Please note that this proposal is not a formal application for admission to Murdoch University. The admission process information is available at for international students and for domestic students.

Scholarship options for international students include AusAID, and Endeavour Awards,

Asia Research Centre postgraduates are eligible to apply for both the ST Leong Memorial Scholarship and School of Social Sciences and Humanities Bursary to help fund their fieldwork.

Please e-mail thesis proposals to the Postgraduate Coordinator of the Asia Research Center at with a copy to the Centre’s Administrative Officer, Mrs Tamara Dent at

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2 MPhil/PhD Fee-Waiver Bursaries in History


The Department of History is inviting applications for 2 three-year bursaries, open to incoming students, tenable from 24 September 2012. Bursaries will be initially offered for one year and will be renewed annually, subject to satisfactory progress reports.

Deadline for applications: 5pm, Tuesday 8 May 2012

The department will waive the full-time Home/EU tuition fees otherwise payable by the student. This award is open to applications from incoming students who have been awarded a full-time place on the MPhil/PhD programme in the History department commencing in September 2012.

We also welcome applications from international students – however, the award will not exceed the home/EU fee per annum. In this instance, the bursaries will comprise fee-discount awards rather than full fee waivers.

Bursaries will be awarded on the basis of academic excellence. Consideration will also be given to allocation of awards across the spectrum of subjects studied within the department. For more details on the existing expertise in the department, see:

The award cannot be held in combination with an award from a Research council or similar body.

The deadline for applications is 5pm Tuesday 8 May 2012. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews on Wednesday 6 June.

In order to apply you should fill out and e-mail the PhD bursary application form to Ms Kerstin Feurle, the History Department Postgraduate Coordinator, at k.feurle ( Please mark your e-mail with the subject heading BURSARY APPLICATION.

NB You must have first been awarded a place on MPhil/PhD programme in History before applying for a bursary.

Any queries should be directed to Ms Feurle at k.feurle (

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Goldsmiths Humanitarian Scholarship

There are four awards available to students studying for a taught Master’s degree at Goldsmiths. The scholarship provides full tuition fees and living costs for one year, as well as airfares to and from the UK.

Two of these awards will be reserved for students from Palestine. The remaining two scholarships are open to students who are from countries affected by widespread oppression, persecution, political or military strife such that their human right to postgraduate education is denied to them.

To be eligible for the scholarship, you must have applied for a place on a full-time postgraduate taught degree and have an international fee liability. You will also need to demonstrate academic excellence and/or significant achievement in your chosen field of study.

Please note that you will not be eligible to apply for this scholarship if you:

Are currently studying in the UK
Are currently resident in the UK
Already hold a Master’s qualification
How to apply

You will need to complete a Humanitarian scholarship application form 2012-13 (MS Word) and return it by email to or by post to International Office, Goldsmiths University of London, New Cross, London SE14 6NW, United Kingdom.

Please note that your application form for a scholarship is processed separately from your application form for admission. You must therefore ensure that you provide COPIES of all relevant transcripts and certificates with the application.

We encourage students to apply as soon as possible. Applications must reach us by 1 April 2012.

Selection criteria
All applications will be assessed on academic merit and potential to contribute to the life of the college – financial circumstances will not be taken into account.

Further Information
If you have any queries regarding these scholarships, please email

Please note that scholarship and funding schemes are subject to availability of funds, and the details given here are subject to change at any time. Potential applicants are therefore urged to check this information regularly to ensure that they are aware of available schemes, current procedures and deadlines.

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