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Training Scholarships, 2018-2019

Want to gain practical exposure with the help of training scholarships? Scholarship-positions.com is here to help worldwide students with the beneficial information regarding training scholarships. These scholarships are mainly meant for those students who want to gain practical experience. Several scholarship providers as Universities, Organizations and Centers offer training scholarships and grants to help students in completing their training. This section of training scholarships is mainly for those international students who are concerned with the realistic knowledge in terms of training. Successful recipients will get a financial aid that includes all expenses related with the Training Program. For more information on training scholarships click the links below.

Wellcome Trust Training Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Wellcome Trust is offering Training Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Research should be aimed at understanding and improving public health and tropical medicine of local, national and global relevance. This fellowship is normally for three years (non-renewable), but may be for up to four years for those who wish to undertake a relevant Master’s training or diploma course. Candidates shortlisted for interview will normally be notified four weeks before the interview date. Interviews will be conducted at our offices in London. Preliminary application deadline is 23 May and Full application deadline is 18 July.

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SMSC International Conservation Training Scholarships
George Mason University is offering training scholarships for applicants who must obtain acceptance into the professional training course to which he/she has applied. Applicant must be a non-US citizen. They must be early- to mid-career. Course application deadlines are posted on each course’s webpage.

Women Divers Hall of Fame Scholarships and Training Grants
Each year, WDHOF awards scholarships and training grants that provide financial and educational support to individuals of all ages. Training grants are intended to support tuition and fees, independent research, and/or an internship program at an accredited university. Scholarships are paid directly to the recipient. Applications deadline is November 20.

Earl Warren Training Scholarships
The Earl Warren Scholarship is awarded annually to rising law students whose commitment to social justice reveals outstanding potential for training as civil rights and public interest attorneys. Preference is generally given to law students entering their first year of full-time legal study at an accredited law school. Applications for the 2017 – 2018 academic year will be available on November 30.

IOP Teacher Training Scholarships
IOP Institute of Physics is offering 150 Teacher Training Scholarships for UK, EEA or Swiss Teachers in the field of Physics in UK. Applicants must have a physics, engineering or mathematics degree or have a conditional PGCE offer subject to completing a Subject Knowledge Enhancement course in physics. Last date of submitting applications is 30 November.

Professional Training Scholarship
Association of Zoos and Aquariums is funding training scholarship that will cover the costs associated with course tuition, meals, lodging and travel. Only one scholarship application may be submitted per individual per year. This scholarship is a merit based scholarship. Last date of submitting applications is 15 July each year.

UNESCO Training Fellowships
Full UNESCO training fellowships for short courses now open to nationals of developing countries. The fellowships offered under this scheme are of short term duration (6 months maximum) and are intended for specialized training at the postgraduate level.

ESSO Training Fellowships for International Fellows
The ESSO Education Committee offers a number of training fellowships to support trainees in Surgical Oncology. Both European and non-European citizens can apply. European applicants may choose to visit European or non-European units, while non-European applicants must choose to visit a European centre. The Education and Training Committee grants two types of fellowships each year: (1) Up to 10 Standard training fellowships (value 2.000 EUR): from 1 to 3 months, (2) 1 major training fellowship (value 10.000 EUR): from 4 to 12 months. The application deadline is 31st October.

ISA Call Applications for COMRA Fellowship and Engineering Training Programme
The International Seabed Authority invites applications for training fellowship to provide on-land training opportunities in 2015 for four trainees from developing States. COMRA will pay for a round-trip airline tickets (economy class) for the trainees. Local ground transportation, accommodations, travel insurance and allowance will be also provided by COMRA. Two trainees will receive training in a five-month fellowship programme between March and July 2015 and another two trainees for a six-week engineering training programme between March and April. Both programmes will be undertaken in cooperation with both Second Institute of Oceanography in Hangzhou, China and Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China. The application deadline is 20 January.

SEASREP Language Training and Postgraduate Study Grants for Southeast Asians
The SEASREP Foundation is inviting applications for Southeast Asia grants available for language training and postgraduate study. The language training grant supports the any foreign Southeast Asian national or local language (other than applicant’s own) study through a non-degree course and postgraduate study grant is awarded to pursue M.A. or PhD in social sciences or humanities and postdoctoral research program. Applications should be submitted by 9th January.

ICTP-IAEA Sandwich Training Educational Programme (STEP) Fellowships
IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation through the IAEA Technical Cooperation Fund is offering fellowships to candidates from the IAEA member States. These fellowships are awarded to PhD students in the fields of physics and mathematics. The fellowships are awarded for a period of at least three months to be spent by the fellows at host institutes during the first year and it may be renewed for up to two additional successive years. The STEP fellowship includes a stipend of EU 1,400 per month during each stay at the host institute as well as the costs of travel and medical insurance.

Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship for Specialized Training College Students
Applications are open for Japanese Government Scholarships available for international students to pursuing training programme at a Japanese specialized training College. Scholarship awards will be tenable for three years including one-year preparatory education in the Japanese language and other subjects due to be provided upon arrival in Japan. The deadline of the applications differs according to the country. Please contact with Japanese embassy or consulate general in your country.

Bilateral Training Scholarships
Bilateral scholarships are funded by exchange programmes based on formal or informal agreements between Sweden and other countries. Applicants must be fluent in English or proficient in Swedish. Scholarships are awarded for the purpose of research, university studies or training. Deadlines vary according to the courses.

Foundation Center Training Scholarships
The Foundation Center is now offering training scholarships that are designed to assist under-resourced nonprofits build their internal capacity. Training scholarships are for $100 each. Each nonprofit organization is eligible to receive up to two scholarships per calendar year.

Institute for Social Research (ISR)-Rackham Summer Training Awards
The Institute for Social Research is funding awards to encourage and support graduate students from the University of Michigan to attend ISR summer programs. The financing of the ISR-Rackham Summer Training Awards to attend the summer programs is provided by the University of Michigan.

DFG Research Training Group Doctoral Fellowships in Germany
Applications are invited by DFG-Research Training Group at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich for up to 7 available doctoral fellowships starting in April for 1,5 years (18 months). The scholarship amounts to € 1,300 per month; additional funding for travel grants etc. will also be available.Applicants should have a university degree equivalent to Master level in literature, with a G.P.A. above the average. In exceptional cases, admission is possible on the basis of a B.A. (honours) Researchers work in close consultation with a group of supervisors whose fields of competence include literature written in English, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and other languages. The application deadline is December 1.

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