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Tips: scholarships / fellowships

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Honestly, students in developed countries are more fortunate that they have access to information and $ to pursue studies.

Below is a list of scholarships / fellowships / competitions, some of which you may not be eligible for, but there is nothing wrong with checking and taking the 1st step to apply. All the best!

International Essay Contest by Goi Peace Foundation and UNESCO
The World Bank International Essay Competition (max 25 years old)
St. Gallen Symposium, Switzerland (max 30 years old)
Global Initiative Symposium, Taiwan
IMUSE (Initiating Mutual Understanding through Student Exchange) Fellowship
DISCONTINUED: China Synergy Programme
Dragon 100 Young Chinese Leaders Forum
Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship Program
Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarship Program
Boren Scholarships (NSEP)
Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellows Program
Davis Projects for Peace
Fulbright Grants
George J. Mitchell Scholarships
DISCONTINUED: Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Program
Harry S. Truman Scholarship Program
Henry Fellowship
Luce Scholars Program
Marshall Scholarships
Morris K. Udall Scholarship Program
Mortimer Hays-Brandeis Traveling Fellowship Program
Rhodes Scholarships
Saint Andrew’s Society Graduate Scholarship Program
Winston Churchill Foundation Scholarships
Woodrow Wilson-Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship

My multiple online search since many years ago.
My talented fellow learners / students / colleagues.
My personal global mailing lists

Written by blueroselady

June 10, 2011 at 3:56 am

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