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ASF Scholarships for Dutch and International Students at Amsterdam University College in Netherlands, 2019

Amsterdam University College is offering ASF scholarships for Dutch and international students for February 2019 intake. An ASF Scholarship awardee must be fully admitted to the Amsterdam University College. AUC is full-time, selective three-year honours programme in liberal arts and sciences at the Bachelor level, taught in English, with a strong offering in the sciences and enrolling up to …

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International PhD Positions in Biological Sciences in Germany, 2014

Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology and Friedrich Miescher Laboratory Tuebingen are inviting applications for available International Germany PhD positions in the Biological Sciences. Approximately 20 new PhD students join the program each year. All PhD positions are fully funded for up to 4 years, either through stipends from the Max Planck Society or employment contracts. The PhD Program will …

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2015 INPEX Scholarships for Indonesian Students in Natural Sciences, Japan

INPEX Scholarship Foundation offers scholarships for Indonesian students to pursue postgraduate study in Japan. A maximum of three students will be accepted for the 2015 scholarship program. A scholarship is awarded for up to two years and eight months maximum. Applicants must have studied the course of Natural Science in the prestigious universities in Indonesia with more than 16 …

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Belgian Bilateral Scholarship Programme for Vietnamese Students in Belgium, 2015-16

Each year the government of Belgium offers Belgian Bilateral Scholarship Programme for Vietnamese students to pursue master studies at Belgian universities. There will be 30 full master scholarships awarded for the academic year 2015-2016. The scholarship will cover a return ticket to Belgium, all tuition fees, basic health insurance and a monthly stipend and allowances. Women and candidates coming from remote areas are …

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