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5 sjajnih stipendija za studiranje u inostranstvu (II dio)

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Ako vam je želja da konkurišete za stipendije Univerziteta iz cijelog svijeta, i uz našu pomoć i pratnju tokom cijelog procesa dođete do iste, zaista ste na pravom mjestu.

Na nedjeljnoj bazi ćemo objavljivati najnovija dešavanja u vezi sa različitim stipendijama iz čitavog svijeta na kojima mogu da apliciraju studenti i mladi iz Crne Gore i regiona.  Za sve dodatne informacije, naš tim stoji na raspolaganju kontaktom na mejl info@ekonomist.me, na FB stranici Ekonomist ili na Twitter nalogu Ekonomist .

Protekle nedelje smo pisali I dio teksta koji se odnosio na stipendije za studiranje u inostranstvu i izdvojili smo čak 14 njih.

Sada nastavljamo:

  • VESUVIO International School Schlarship 

    Location(s): Italy


    As a private higher education institute, Vesuvio International School provides a limited number of scholarships for new students. The scholarships are competitive and linked to VISH admissions strategy which aims to assist motivated young people to study at our institution


    Each scholarship has specific criteria and eligibility for a scholarship is examined on a case-by-case basis for those students who have submitted a complete application. Scholarships are offered to applicants to the International Bachelor or MBA programs.

    Welcome to Vesuvio International School 

    VISH is an international institute which welcomes domestic and international students in order to create a mix of cultures, training and professional empowerment and enhance the academic growth.

    Today, attending a VISH course means to achieve the concept of technical learning by integrate training opportunities in the area of Business, Hospitality, Tourism Management and will be prepared to reach the suitable position in the Industry.


    Deadline: September 29, 2017

    Cost/funding for participants:


  • Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholars Program – Simmons College


    Location (s): Boston, MA, USA


    The Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholars Program is a competitive merit award that recognizes the best and brightest students interested in a transformative education at Simmons College. This is the most prestigious award offered at Simmons, and acknowledges excellence through focus on study abroad, scholarly research, and intellectual curiosity.


    The scholarship covers full tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board. An additional annual award of $3000 is given for study abroad, short-term courses, summer internship tuition, or research support. The scholarship is awarded for the duration of a four-year period of full-time undergraduate study, and supersedes any previously awarded merit scholarship. Students who meet the criteria below, are often also interested in the Simmons Honors Program.

    Description of Ideal Candidate:

    Students applying for the Kotzen Scholarship must meet the following criteria:

    • Apply as a freshman for the fall semester
    • Standardized test score of 28 or higher (ACT), 1300 or higher (new SAT) or 1250 or higher (old SAT – CR+M). Minimum of 600 in each SAT section strongly recommended.
    • Non-native English speakers must submit TOEFL and SAT or ACT scores
    • GPA of 3.3 or higher, unweighted
    • College preparatory curriculum including an advanced level math course during, or prior to, your senior year of high school
    • A record of taking honors, advanced placement (AP) and international baccalaureate (IB) courses, as available in their high school systems


    Deadline: The application period is open for one or more cycles a year

    Cost/funding for participants:

Benefits of the scholarship include:

  • The scholarship covers full tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board.
  • An annual award of $3,000 is given for study abroad, short-term courses, summer internship tuition, and research support.


  • Universität Hamburg – Degree completion grants for international students

    Grant Undergraduate Master

    Location (s): Hamburg, Germany


    International undergraduate students (i.e., students who are nationals of countries other than Germany) seeking a degree from Universität Hamburg and whose monthly income does not exceed €450 can apply for a degree completion grant.


    Universität Hamburg is the largest institution for research and education in the north of Germany. As one of the country's largest universities, we offer a diverse course spectrum and excellent research opportunities.

    The University boasts numerous interdisciplinary projects in a broad range of subjects and an extensive partner network with leading institutions on a regional, national and international scale.

    Description of Ideal Candidate:

    The maximum funding period for students pursuing DiplomMagisterStaatsexamen degrees is twelve months.

    BA, BSc/MA, MSc degree students can apply for the grant to cover their degree exam period. Funding periods begin with registration for degree exams and end with the final exam. Thus, the maximum funding period for these degrees is six months.

    The following groups are excluded from funding:

    • international students who do not fulfill the prerequisites of Section 8 of the German Federal Education and Training Assistance Act (Bundesausbildungsförderungsgesetz, BAFöG)
    • doctoral students


    Deadline: The application period is open for one or more cycles a year

    Cost/funding for participants:

    The maximum level of the grant is €450 per month and it may be authorized for up to 12 months.

    The degree completion grant is not intended to fully finance the final phase of your studies. Rather, it should be considered as supplemental support on your path towards your degree.



  • Overview

    Six Scholarships are being offered as part of the University of Malta’s commitment to provide support for students from India to join its various courses for academic studies at the Foundation level.


    The Foundation Studies Programme is offered through the International School for Foundation Studies in the following streams:
    1. Medical, Dental and Health Sciences
    2. Science, Engineering and ICT
    3. Humanities and Commerce

    The International School for Foundation Studies offers a one-year bridging course, taught entirely in English. Successful students are guaranteed a place on various undergraduate courses at the University of Malta.

    The Certificate in Foundation Studies Course will:
    • Provide the knowledge, personal and interpersonal skills, and organisational framework upon which to base future studies;
    • Engage and stimulate while giving the appropriate support needed to move from a fully structured educational environment in high school to the knowledge, skills and attitudes required of degree students;
    • Enable successful progression to academic programmes of study by offering specific training and support in those core areas where further assistance may be require

    Description of Ideal Candidate:

    Scholarship holders who successfully complete the Foundation Studies Course will be required to submit an application for the degree course they are eligible for as follows:

    Medical Stream: Medicine, Dentistry and Dental or Health Sciences (e.g., Dental Hygiene, Dental Technology, Podiatry and Occupational Therapy);

    Science, Engineering and ICT Stream: Engineering, ICT, Science (Maths, Physics, Statistics & Operations Research) or Architecture;

    Humanities and Commerce Stream: Arts, Commerce, Media and Knowledge Sciences, Social Wellbeing, European Studies, or Tourism.

    Applicants for the above-mentioned courses who intend to apply for the scholarship must meet the entry requirements set out by the University of Malta as below:

    Eligibility Requirements

    • Secondary and/or high school certificate issued outside of Malta;

    • One of the following qualifications in English: GCSE (O level) English language, Minimum IELTS overall score of 5.5, with a reading and writing score of at least 5.0; TOEFL Internet-Based Test (iBT) with an overall 4
    Score of 61, and a minimum score of 17 in the reading and writing components; Cambridge First Certificate at grade C or better;

    • Qualifications which allow access to an undergraduate course in the selected discipline in the country where such qualifications originate;

    • Any other qualifications approved by the Admissions Board.

    The scholarship holders will be requested to enter into an agreement with the University of Malta for the duration of their studies in Malta


    Deadline: July 09, 2017

    Cost/funding for participants:

    The scholarships will cover the full tuition Fees for the Certificate in Foundation Studies Course (1 year) as well as the subsequent degree courses as per the following:

    (1) For a 3-year course:
    90% waiver for the first year
    75% for the second year
    50% for the third year

    (2) For a four-year course:
    100% waiver for the first year
    80% on the second year
    60% on the third year
    40% on the fourth year

    (3) For a five-year course:
    50% waiver for every year

    The scholarships will NOT cover travel expenses to and from Malta, living expenses, bench fees or books.



  • PhD Scholarship in Radioanalytical Chemistry – Technical University of Denmark (DTU) 


    Center for Nuclear Technologies, Technical University of Denmark (DTU Nutech) is seeking a PhD student working on radiochemical analysis of hard to measure radionuclides and characterization of nuclear waste. The candidate will work in the Radioecology Section, Hevesy Laboratory Division at DTU Nutech, at DTU Risø Campus close to Roskilde.


    About 14 employees in the Radioecology Section in Hevesy laboratory in DTU Nutech.  Work in the section covers research on development of radioanalytical methods, characterization of nuclear waste, radioactivity in marine and terrestrial environments, monitoring program and risk assessment of environmental radioactivity, public-sector consultancy.

    Responsibilities and tasks
    The work will cover the following tasks:

    • Development of radiochemical analysis method for hard to measure radionuclides (e.g., 135Cs and 126Sn) in waste samples from nuclear decommissioning using chemical separation combined with radiometric and mass spectrometry measurement
    • Characterization of various radioactive waste using the developed methods
    • Environmental tracer studies using 135Cs and 137Cs by analysis of archived environmental samples and the developed methods

    Opportunity is About:

    Description of Ideal Candidate:

    Applicants should have a master degree in radiochemistry or analytical chemistry with professional background and experience within one or more of the following fields:

    • Radioanalytical chemistry
    • Nuclear analytical techniques (alpha, beta, gamma and liquid scintillation counter) and applications
    • Inorganic mass spectrometric techniques (e.g. ICP-MS, AMS)
    • Environmental chemistry

    Applicants should be diligent, talented, and able to communicate scientific results in English both orally and in writing.  He/she must be able to work both in a team and individually. A preferred applicant has an excellent academic track record, solid research experience and is highly motivated towards developing new technology and making scientific breakthroughs.


    Deadline: July 16, 2017

    Cost/funding for participants:

    We offer

    • An highly qualified international working environment with state-of-the-art facilities
    • Interesting and challenging job
    • Membership for all employees in the collective group life and accident insurance
    • State pension fund

    The salary and appointment terms are consistent with the current rules for PhD degree students. The primary place of work is the Radioecology Section, Hevesy Laboratory at DTU Nutech , Risø Campus in Roskilde and the work period will be before 1st December 2017 for three years.



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