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USA: Harvard Academy Scholars Program

The Academy Scholars Program identifies and supports outstanding scholars at the start of their careers whose work combines disciplinary excellence in the social sciences (including history and law) with a command of the language, history, or culture of non-Western countries or regions. Their scholarship may elucidate domestic, comparative, or transnational issues, past or present. The Academy Scholars are [read more..]

USA: Yale World Fellows Program

The Yale World Fellows Program seeks applications from mid-career emerging leaders who have distinguished themselves within their own professions, regions, countries, or at an international level. Successful applicants uniformly possess the extraordinary qualities of mind and character that strong leadership requires. Candidates for the Fellowship must demonstrate themselves to be driving forces [read more..]

2012-2013 Scholarships

Friday, December 31, 2010

Master Scholarship in System Dynamics

Overview

The European master programme in System Dynamics is specifically designed for students who are interested in learning how to initiate strategic change in organizations.

With the growing interconnectedness of society and increasing turbulence, organisations in the public and private sectors are continuously confronted with the need for improvement in strategy development, policy design and decision making in and across complex, dynamic domains.

11 Category A scholarships: Third country (i.e. non-European) students: Foreach Third-country student, the scholarship amounts to € 24.000 per year, for a maximum of two years. This includes a contribution to travel, installation and any other type of costs to a maximum of €8.000; a contribution to participation costs (including insurance coverage) to a maximum of € 4.000/semester and a monthly allowance of €1.000/month.

If you wish to enroll in the European Master programme in System Dynamics, you should meet the following requirements:


*you should hold a BSc. degree in social sciences, management sciences, natural sciences or engineering sciences. Students from other disciplines but with a strong interest in System Dynamics are also invited to apply.
*your average grades must be between A and B.
*you must be able to hand over proof of proficiency in English

The language requirements for admission to the programme are:

* TOEFL > 550 (paper based), > 233 (computer based), > 79 (lnternet based);
* IELTS > 6.5 (overall score)
* CAE/CPE (copy of degree required).

If you think you meet the conditions for following the European Master in System Dynamics, you can send us the application form together with:

* your CV, including a short summary of your thesis
* legally certified copies of your diplomas and transcripts
* legally certified translations of your diplomas and transcripts by an officially recognized translator
* a copy of your passport
* a letter of motivation, describing why you think you should be admitted to the programme
* 3 letters of recommendation
* a copy of IELTS, TOEFL or CAE/CPE certificate

Contact detail

Email: info@europeansystemdynamics.eu
Website: http://www.europeansystemdynamics.eu


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AHRC Professional Preparation Master’s Scholarships, Newcastle

Overview

The International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies (ICCHS) at Newcastle is a recognised centre for interdisciplinary research and consultancy into museum, heritage and gallery studies.

Our well established MA programmes are vocational and provide students from all over the world with the knowledge, skills and understanding required to work in a variety of roles, from curators, education officers and managers to cultural policy makers. The programmes benefit from our experience in and engagement with the sector and we also use a wide variety of external lecturers who are all practitioners in the field, working for organisations such as the National Trust, the V&A, English Heritage, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, and Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums.

For 2011 entry we expect to have four studentships available through the AHRC’s Professional Preparation Master's scheme. This scheme supports students undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma or Master’s course that focuses on developing high level skills and competencies for professional practice. A full award covers fees and an annual, tax free stipend of up to £8,845 (2011/12 rates). A partial award covers fees only. If you are a part time student, support is pro rata. To see if you would be eligible for a full or partial award, please see the AHRC's student eligibility criteria.


Eligibility

You should meet the AHRC’s student eligibility criteria* and be intending to undertake one of the following programmes at Newcastle University in September 2011:

• MA Art Museum and Gallery Education
• MA Art Museum and Gallery Studies
• MA Heritage Education and Interpretation
• MA Heritage Management
• MA Museum Studies

*Please note that if you require a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK, you will not be eligible for this funding.

Person Specification

An upper-second-class honours degree (or international equivalent) from a recognised university or college. Those able to demonstrate considerable work experience in the museum, gallery or heritage sectors are equally encouraged to apply. Most students have acquired some preliminary experience of work in museums, galleries or a heritage organisation, usually as volunteers, and this is recommended, though not a prerequisite for acceptance onto our courses.

How to Apply

You must complete the University’s online Postgraduate Application Form, quoting the reference code AHR11 in the relevant section of the ‘your details’ tab on the online application form.

You should pay particular attention to the personal statement and the sections outlining previous relevant work and your educational background. You should provide detailed information on the breakdown of your marks for your previous degrees including, where possible, the final classification.

Your application should include:

• A personal statement of no more than 500 words. The statement needs to show your commitment and knowledge of the sector you wish to work in, including details of relevant work experience in your chosen sector; and explains clearly how the qualification will enhance your professional skills to enable you to enter that profession.
• Contact details for two referees. You should choose your referees carefully as they will be required to write a reference that provides detailed and evidenced comment about you and your suitability for your chosen programme.

Please do not send a CV as this is not part of the application process and will not be considered.

Closing date for applications: 2nd March 2011. However you are strongly advised to submit an application well in advance, as incomplete applications may not be considered after this date.

Considering Your Application

We will consider your application in two parts. First, we will let you know if you have received an offer of a place on your chosen programme.

Secondly, we will let you know if you have been shortlisted for one of the AHRC Professional Preparation Master’s studentships. If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to an interview, likely to be held in late March/early April 2011. Please note that we will not be able to pay any expenses incurred in travelling to Newcastle for interviews.

Further Information
Jane Hagger
Tel: +44 (0) 191 222 6525
Email: Jane.hagger@ncl.ac.uk

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/funding/search/list/ahrc-ppm-mst


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Fulbright Grants with the European Commission

Overview

Funding is available for American and European researchers, lecturers, international educators, and graduate students to focus on a wide range of issues concerning the European Union and the U.S.-EU relationship. The Fulbright-Schuman Program provides $3,000 per month plus a travel stipend, visa, and health and accident insurance for grants between two months and one academic year.

The program is open to citizens of all 27 EU member states and to U.S. citizens with two years of relevant experience. European participants focus on research and/or post-graduate study at an accredited American university or independent research center. Americans conduct research or lecturing in any of the EU member states, either independently or in affiliation with European universities and other institutions. The Fulbright-Schuman Program is administered by the Fulbright Commission in Brussels and is jointly financed by the U.S. Department of State and the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission.


Final Application deadlines:

U.S. Scholars - August 1, 2011
U.S. Students - October 1, 2011
European Scholars - March 1, 2012
European Students - March 1, 2012


Erica Lutes

Educational Adviser & Program Manager

COMMISSION FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE
Between the United States and Belgium
Royal Library of Belgium
Boulevard de L'Empereur, 4, Keizerslaan
B-1000 Brussels – Belgium

Email: fulbright.advisor@kbr.be
Visit the website at http://www.fulbrightschuman.eu


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SEVEN Fund Teaching Fellowship Competition

Overview

The SEVEN Fund 2011 Teaching Fellowships enable teachers to travel to Rwanda and study business solutions to poverty. The objective of the Fellowship is to introduce the concepts of business solutions to poverty within the K-12 curriculum. Applicants are not required to have any previous experience in this area; instead, we ask only that you are interested and willing to learn. Winners will be invited to spend two weeks in Rwanda with the SEVEN Fund team, meeting with leaders in the private, government, and education sectors. Individual meetings and trips will also be arranged depending upon the interests of the winning teachers, allowing for the customized exploration of personal interests For example, a biology teacher might spend time with scientists working in Rwanda’s emerging biotech cluster or visiting an innovative sciences school; an art teacher might travel the country to study artisan cooperatives specializing in different handicrafts; a journalism teacher might shadow the editor of a major national Rwandan publication.

Three Fellows will be selected from public school settings, and one Fellow will be chosen from a faith-based school. Interested applicants must submit applications online by January 15th, and the winner will be notified during the first week of February.

What will the Fellowship include?

Fellows will travel to Rwanda for a two-week period during Summer 2011. The exact dates will be determined with the winners, but will occur between June and August 2011. Fellows will be provided with round-trip coach class airfare, lodging, and a daily stipend to cover incidental expenses, such as meals and local transportation. Experienced SEVEN Fund staff will travel with the teachers throughout the two weeks and coordinate all details of the trip.


During the two weeks, the Fellows will meet leaders from around Rwanda; will attend sessions led by SEVEN Fund principals exploring the concepts of business solutions to poverty; will explore for-profit ventures across different sectors in Rwanda; and will complete an individual project that aligns with their personal and academic interests.

Teachers who complete the requirements of the program will receive a $1,000 stipend.

jullrich@sevenfund.org

Visit the website at http://www.sevenfund.org/teaching-fellowship/


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MA Fellowship for African Studies at Stanford University

Overview

The Center for African Studies, with support from the School of Humanities and Sciences, will offer two partial fellowships to incoming M.A. students beginning with the class of 2011-2012. All applicants for the M.A. Program in African Studies are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE

Application is due on January 31.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Write a two page essay on the following scenario: a foundation has offered you $50,000 to develop a project of your choice that would be undertaken in Africa. Describe what the project entails, why it is necessary, its significance, and how the project will be evaluated. Be sure to consider the question of sustainability over time. Tell us where in Africa this project will take place.
You may include this essay with your application materials or mail separately, by hard copy to the address below. To submit your application by email, identify your essay by CAS M.A. fellowship application in the subject line and send to lhubbard@stanford.edu.


Please send application to:

Center for African Studies
Stanford University
417 Galvez Mall
Encina Hall West, Room 216
Stanford, CA 94305-6045
Email: lhubbard@stanford.edu

http://africanstudies.stanford.edu/fellowships/ma_fellowship


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Fellowship in Economic and Social History

Overview

The German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, is now accepting applications for a six-month fellowship in American or European Economic and Social History, with the possibility of extending it to one year (depending on the availability of funding). Preference is given to applicants on the postdoctoral level. The monthly stipend is € 3000 for EU citizens and $3200 for US citizens. The Fellow is expected to be in residence at the GHI and participate in GHI activities and events, including planning an economic/social history workshop financed by the GHI. The Fellow will have the opportunity to make use of the resources in the Washington, DC area, including the Library of Congress and the National Archives, while pursuing his or her own research agenda. The starting date of the fellowship is September 2011.

How to apply

To apply please send a cover letter, a CV, the names and contact information of three references, a 5-page research project proposal, a one-page proposal for an economic/social history workshop, and two writing samples, such as an article or a book chapter, no later than February 15, 2011. Submission of documents by email is strongly preferred. Please send an emailThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your application to Bryan Hart.


For more information, please contact:

PD Dr. Uwe Spiekermann
German Historical Institute
1607 New Hampshire Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20009
spiekermann@ghi-dc.org
http://www.ghi-dc.org/


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Fellowship opportunities for PhD work in Jewish studies

Overview

The Tam Institute for Jewish Studies (TIJS) at Emory University offers several top-off fellowships to support PhD students pursuing Jewish studies topics in any of the James T. Laney Graduate School’s programs, including the Graduate Division of Religion and the departments of history, comparative literature, and anthropology. These fellowships supplement the generous departmental fellowships and tuition waivers awarded to all accepted PhD students. No separate application is required; departments and programs will nominate appropriate candidates who are offered admission.

The Ph.D. program in Jewish history provides students with rigorous training in their fields of specialization while encouraging comparative study. Students who focus on Jewish history are encouraged to study its chronological breadth while choosing a geographic area of specialization for coursework and examinations. They may also enroll in a Certificate Program in Jewish Studies (currently in development), which will present them with cross-disciplinary perspectives through coursework and participation in a regular colloquium, the Seminar Series in Jewish Studies, which brings together graduate students and faculty from across the university for intellectual interchange. The Certificate Program will offer students a credential beyond their departmental training that strengthens their ability to compete for national fellowships, postdoctoral awards, and tenure-track positions in Jewish history.

Emory PhD students working in Jewish studies–related fields can expect:

- Training in disciplinary-based departments with support from a nationally prominent Jewish studies program
- Close contact with distinguished faculty in your home department and access to twenty Jewish studies scholars across the University
- The resources of a major research institution, including significant Judaica library holdings and manuscript collections
- Teaching assistantships, research associateships, and opportunities to teach your own courses, both in your home department and in Jewish studies
- Generous support for language training, study abroad, and summer research


FELLOWSHIP SUPPORT

All students accepted to the Graduate Division of Religion are awarded tuition waivers and competitive fellowship support. A limited number of Tam Institute for Jewish Studies Fellowships are regularly awarded by the Laney Graduate School to outstanding Ph.D. applicants in various Jewish studies-related fields and are intended to supplement the departmental fellowships. Applicants indicating an interest in Jewish history will automatically be considered for these awards.

APPLICATIONS

Applicants for Ph.D. study in the Graduate Division of Religion should complete the Laney Graduate School application available at http://www.gs.emory.edu/admissions/application.php and should specify Jewish history as their area of interest. The application deadline is January 3 for admission in Fall 2011.

For more information on the Jewish history program,
contact Professor Eric L. Goldstein at egoldst@emory.edu.

http://religion.emory.edu/about/index.html


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Doctoral Fellowship in International Business History

Overview

The German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, is now accepting applications for a six-month doctoral fellowship in International Business History. A six-month extension of this term is possible. The recipient must begin the term in the summer of 2011.

Preference will be given to fellows whose projects fit into the GHI's research foci on transatlantic relations and the history of consumption. Comparative work is also strongly encouraged.

The fellow will be expected to be in residence at the GHI and participate in GHI activities and events. The fellow will have the opportunity to make use of the resources in the Washington, DC, area, including the Library of Congress and the National Archives, while pursuing his or her own research agenda. Travel within the US to work in archives and libraries will also be possible.


The monthly stipend is €1,700 for doctoral students from European institutions; students based at North American institutions will receive a stipend of $1,900. In addition, fellowship recipients based in Europe will receive reimbursement for their round-trip airfare to the US.

While applications may be written in either English or German, we recommend that applicants use the language in which they are most proficient. They will be notified approximately six weeks after the deadline.

To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, two letters of reference, and a 5-page research project proposal by February 15, 2011. Submission of documents by email is strongly preferred. Please send an emailThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your application to Bryan Hart.

For more information, please contact:

PD Dr. Uwe Spiekermann ( e-mail )
- International Business History Fellowship -
German Historical Institute Washington DC
1607 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington DC 20009
U.S.A.

http://www.ghi-dc.org/


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Fellowship Programme of the International Youth Library

Overview

The International Youth Library’s fellowship programme has two primary goals: to support research in the field of international children’s and youth literature and illustration, and to promote academic exchange and international cooperation.

Through the fellowship programme, which has been funded by the Foreign Ministry of the Federal Republic of Germany for 50 years, the International Youth Library would like to encourage comparative research about literature for children and youth in an increasingly networked world. At the same time we would like to encourage the academic use of our international collection of books for children and youth, which spans 400 years.

The International Youth Library offers academic fellowships for up to 12 scholars each year. The length of the stay can range from six weeks to four months. Scholars work on research projects that they have already started in their home countries. In the application, scholars must explain the academic relevancy of the project, and demonstrate that access to the collection of the International Youth Library is necessary for completion of the research project because of insufficient access to needed primary and secondary literature in their home countries. Applications from junior scholars are especially welcome.


The International Youth Library, housed in the late-medieval Blutenburg Castle, boasts the world’s largest collection of international children’s and youth literature. The unique collection includes more than 580,000 children’s and youth books in more than 130 languages, published during the past 400 years. Additionally, there are nearly 30,000 international reference titles, as well as almost 130 current periodicals. The growth of the collection is supported by approximately 1,000 international publishing houses, which regularly donate their latest titles to the International Youth Library.

Fellowship holders work in the reading room of the research library and are supported by staff members in both the content and organizational aspects of their research projects. Our international scholars are invited to take part in our events and to describe their research projects at roundtable discussions. We also assist with the organization of visits to other libraries and research facilities.

Application requirements:


• Academic qualification
• International focus of the research project
• Sufficient fluency in either German or English
• Non-German citizenship

Deadline for applications: September 30th for a fellowship stay in the following year.

For more information:
Visit the International Youth Library’s website:
www.ijb.de E-mail: direktion@ijb.de


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Two Postdoctoral Fellows in Environmental Epigenetics

Overview

The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research (CBMR) has been established at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, to conduct research into basic metabolic functions. The center which consists of five scientific sections and a number of international research satellites was established through a grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation. The position is in the section for Integrative Physiology headed by Juleen Zierath in the group for Environmental Epigenetics lead by Romain Barres.

Project Description:

Type 2 Diabetes is growing at pandemic rates worldwide, reflecting a synergic interaction between genetic and environmental factors. Epigenetics refers to heritable states of gene expression that are not due to changes in DNA sequence. Two major epigenetic processes, DNA methylation and histone modifications, form the molecular basis of epigenetics, principally by modulating the access of the transcription machinery to the chromatin. Previously, we showed that environmental factors such as diet participate in the etiology of T2D through epigenetic modifications in somatic tissues. The molecular mechanisms involved are yet to be identified. We are seeking two highly motivated Postdoctoral Fellows with excellent skills in molecular biology, biochemistry and cellular biology, to dissect the molecular mechanisms involved in nutrient and exercise-induced epigenetic modifications in metabolic tissues.

The project includes a range of nucleic acid related techniques (DNA and RNA extraction, miRNA cloning, bisulfite sequencing, methylcytosine capture, sequencing, pyrosequencing), cell biology techniques (tissue culture, gene expression, gene silencing, cell imaging) and excellent computing skills (knowledge of databases, design of primers and processing of sequencing results). Candidates with additional background in bioinformatics would be highly regarded.


Selection criteria:
Essential criteria
PhD in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology or related science
Expertise and experience in nucleic acids related techniques and tissue culture
Expertise in any of the following: bisulfite sequencing, generation of miRNA libraries, sequencing, gene transfer or silencing, confocal microscopy
Excellent computing skills related to the processing of sequencing data
Proven track record in nucleic acid research, chromatin structure or regulation of transcription
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated capacity for effective team work

Desirable criteria
Previous background in bioinformatics
Knowledge in mammalian physiology and metabolic diseases

Relationships:
The post holders will report to the Leader of the Environmental Epigenetics Group (Romain Barres), the Head of the Integrative Physiology Section (Juleen Zierath) and the Managing Director of CBMR (Anne Stæhr Johansen).
The post holders are expected to interact with staff at all levels, both internally and externally, regarding relevant research topics.

Highly motivated and ambitious candidates are encouraged to apply. Solid experience and an excellent track record gained in leading laboratories in the research field will be considered a distinct advantage. In all cases, ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration, and thus we encourage all - regardless of their personal background and status - to apply.

You can read more about the Center for Basic Metabolic Research on: http://metabol.ku.dk.

Deadline: 03-01-2011

For further information, please contact Group Leader Romain Barres, email: barres@sund.ku.dk.

Your application marked "211-0004/10-3860" including a CV and list of publications must be sent as one document to NNF Center for Basic Metabolic Research before January the 3rd, 2011. Your application should be sent by e-mail to metaboljobs@cbmr.ku.dk.


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Fellow in Mental Health Research at Australian National University

Overview

The Centre for Mental Health Research aims to improve the mental health of Australians through research and development, training, policy and the dissemination of health information. To expand the research profile of the Centre, applications from individuals working in epidemiology, e-health, ageing, or health services research would be welcome, although it is not a requirement that the applicant work in one of these areas. The centre has a focus on theoretical, applied and translational research.

The successful applicant will have a solid research record, relevant academic qualifications, and the capacity to attract grant funding. A willingness to supervise research students and to participate in the life of the Centre and the College are also desired attributes.

Grade Level C

Salary Package $93,589 - $104,348 pa plus 17% superannuation


PURPOSE STATEMENT:

A Level C Academic (Research Intensive) is expected to make independent or original contributions to the research effort within his/her field of expertise and to the organisational unit or inter-disciplinary area of which he/she is a part. This position will also help bridge the current gap between early career academics and students, and high level and profile researchers.

An academic at this level is expected to play a major role in research including the exercise of some leadership in research.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITY AREAS:

POSITION DIMENSIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS:


ROLE STATEMENT:

Specific duties required of a Level C Academic may include:

1. The conduct of research and the production of conference and seminar papers and publications with occasional contributions to the teaching program within the field of the staff member's research;
2. Supervision of research-support and administrative staff involved in the staff member's research and where appropriate the supervision of the research of less senior research-intensive academic staff;
3. Involvement, where appropriate, in the promotion of research links with outside bodies, including the preparation of research proposal submissions for external funding;
4. Significant role in research projects at a national level including, where appropriate, leadership of research teams or management of projects;
5. Responsible for overseeing the financial management of grants received for his/her research projects;
6. Significant involvement in professional activities including, subject to availability of funds, attendance at conferences and seminars in the field of expertise;
7. Supervision of major honours or postgraduate research projects within the field of the staff member's area of research;
8. Various research-related administrative functions;
9. Attendance at meetings associated with research or the work of the organisational unit to which the research is connected and/or departmental and/or faculty meetings and a major role in planning and committee work;
10.Other duties as consistent with the classification of the position.
Selection criteria
1. A PhD or equivalent in a field relevant to mental health or ageing combined with subsequent research experience and training and a proven strong record of publications, conference papers, reports or other contributions in population based mental health

2. Evidence of commitment to participate and succeed in competitive and non-competitive research grant schemes coupled with demonstrated successful research outcomes.

3. Demonstrated experience in the supervision of doctoral students, or a willingness to develop such capacity coupled with the ability to work effectively both independently and within a team of people from diverse backgrounds to achieve research objectives

4. Excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as proven expertise in outreach to research stakeholders or a capacity to develop such expertise.

5. A demonstrated understanding of equal opportunity principles and policies, and a commitment to their application in a university context.

3 January 2011

Enquiries: Professor Helen Christensen, T: 02 6125 8409, E: Helen.Christensen@anu.edu.au

http://www.anu.edu.au/


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Post-Doctoral/Research Fellows in Philosophy at Australian National University

Overview

The School of Philosophy, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, seeks to appoint three research-only Postdoctoral/Research Fellows (Level A/B). The Fellows will be appointed in association with projects directed by Professors David Chalmers (on consciousness and related topics) and Daniel Stoljar and Frank Jackson (on philosophical progress).

Two of these positions are associated with the Centre of Consciousness, directed by Professor David Chalmers and one of the positions is associated with the Philosophical Progress grant, just awarded to Professors Frank Jackson and Daniel Stoljar by the ARC.

Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in philosophy or a related discipline prior to appointment, and should specialize in the philosophy of mind or language, metaphilosophy, metaphysics, epistemology, or cognitive science. Appointment will be for up to three years. The School will consider proposals to fill the positions by secondment from other institutions, and particularly welcomes applications from female candidates.

Grade Level A-B

Salary Package $56,113 - $88,212 pa plus 17% superannuation


PURPOSE STATEMENT:

The successful applicants will contribute to the development of research and teaching in Philosophy, with a particular focus on the Philosophical Progress Project and the Centre for Consciousness.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITY AREAS:

Position Dimensions and Relationships:

The appointees will facilitate links and partnerships across the University, and nationally and internationally, building on the School's reputation. The appointees will provide links to other areas with cognate interests across the ANU, where appropriate.

The appointees and are expected to participate fully throughout the year in all aspects of the academic life of the school, including attending school seminar programs, School, Research School and College meetings, and actively engaging in the governance of the School, Research School and College.

Role Statement:

* The conduct of research in philosophy related to the Philosophical Progress Project and the Centre for Consciousness with the productions or contribution to the production of conference and seminar papers and publications from that research;
* Involvement in professional activities including, subject to availability of funds, attendance at conferences and seminars in the field of expertise;
* Some administrative functions primarily connected with the area of research of the academic;
* Distinguished contribution to supervision of PhD students and other HDRs in these areas
* Actively participate in the intellectual life of the School of Philosophy.
* Other duties as consistent with the classification of the position.

Selection criteria

Level A

1. PhD in Philosophy or equivalent with the capacity to undertake research and evidence of an active research agenda.
2. Capacity to supervise graduate students.
3. Capacity to contribute to the intellectual life and administration of the School of Philosophy.
4. Willingness to seek external funding to support the applicant's individual and collaborative research activities.
5. Demonstrated ability to communicate and interact effectively with a variety of staff and students and the proven ability to promote, develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships both nationally and internationally.
6. Demonstrated ability to foster inclusive, respectful and productive working relationships with staff, students and colleagues at all levels.
7. A demonstrated high-level of understanding of equal opportunity principles and a commitment to the application of EO policies in a University context.

Level B

1. PhD in Philosophy or equivalent with demonstrated track record to undertake research and evidence of a research agenda
2. Demonstrated ability to supervise graduate students.
3. Capacity to contribute to the intellectual life and administration of the School of Philosophy.
4. Demonstrated ability and willingness to seek grants from outside funding bodies.
5. Demonstrated ability to communicate and interact effectively with a variety of staff and students and the proven ability to promote, develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships both nationally and internationally.
6. Demonstrated ability to foster inclusive, respectful and productive working relationships with staff, students and colleagues at all levels.
7. A demonstrated high-level of understanding of equal opportunity principles and a commitment to the application of EO policies in a University context.

If you wish to discuss the position after obtaining the selection
documentation, please contact:
Professor Daniel Stoljar, T: (02) 6125 2076
E: Daniel.Stoljar@anu.edu.au
Professor David Chalmers, T: (02) 6125 3001
E: david.chalmers@anu.edu.au
And see: http://consc.net/fellows.html


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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Master Scholarships in Space Science and Technology

Overview

Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Space Science and Technology – SpaceMaster, 120 ECTS opens opportunities for all highly qualified students around the world to study space science and technology at an advanced level at six excellent European and two leading third-country universities in a research-oriented environment. The educational cooperation is supported by the associated scientific and industrial organisations. This provides direct contacts with professional research and business sectors, including the following associated members:

- Swedish Institute of Space Physics
- Swedish Space Corporation
- EISCAT Scientific Association
- Honeywell International s.r.o.
- EADS, Innovation Works

During two years of full-time studies the students obtain cross-disciplinary theoretical knowledge and practical skills by using the available scientific facilities such as radar systems, stratospheric balloons, robots, rockets and satellites. Specially organised study visits to European space companies help the students to establish direct contacts with space industry. The Course is given in English. The Master Degree is achieved after successful accomplishment of
120 ECTS. The student who fulfil the requirements for the Master Degree receive a double Master Diploma, i.e. a Diploma certificate from Luleå University of Technology and a Diploma certificate from the second European partner university.


Consortium of Universities responsible for the SpaceMaster Course:

Luleå University of Technology (LTU), Kiruna, Sweden (Coordinating University)
Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg (JMUW), Germany
Cranfield University (CU), United Kingdom
Czech Technical University (CTU), Prague, Czech Republic
Aalto University, School of Science and Technology (Aalto), Helsinki, Finland
Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III (UPS), France
University of Tokyo (Todai), Japan
Utah State University (USU), Logan, U.S.A.

Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree or Swedish Kandidatexamen with a minimum of 180 ECTS.

Areas: physics (space, plasma, nuclear, particle, fluid dynamics, aerodynamics), space science, planetology, astronomy, atmospheric science, remote sensing, numerical simulations, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, space engineering, aerospace engineering, robotics, automation, communication, electronics, mechatronics, control theory.

A minimum of 22.5 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) in mathematics at the university level is required.

English language requirements

- TEOFL Paper-based: Score of 4.5 (scale 1-6) in written test and a total score of 575
- Internet-based: Score of 20 (scale 0-30) in written test and a total score of 90
- IELTS Minimum score of 6,5, no band lower than 5,5
- Cambridge ESOL Certificate of Proficiency in English/CPE or Certificate in Advanced English/CAE

Selection Criteria

Applicants who fulfill the eligibility requirements will be admitted to the Course.

For the Erasmus Mundus (EM) scholarships the Consortium performs a ranking of all applicants within Category A and B respectively. The first ten applicants from Category A and first seven applicants from Category B with the highest ranks will receive the EM scholarships. Other eligible applicants will be admitted to the Course without the EM scholarship. They will be placed in reserve with the possibility to receive the EM scholarship in case of drop outs of the EM scholarship holders.

For ranking the following criteria are applied:

1.Study credits (academic grades during BSc or equivalent university studies)
2.University position (according to the Consortium internal ranking list)
3.Practical experience, professional capabilities (participation in experiments and project work, internship and trainee job in related and unrelated to the Course areas, other types of employment, available scientific publications if any. Indicate activity and time period)
4.Overseas experience (studies in European universities outside the home country. Indicate university, activity and time period).

The final rank will be calculated on the base of the achieved points using the four criteria. The applicants are encouraged to reflect all their activities in order to receive as high of a rank as possible.

Erasmus Mundus Scholarships

Erasmus Mundus scholarships will be awarded to students and scholars for each of the five Rounds of SpaceMaster beginning 2010-2014. The scholarships are available for EU and non-EU students. The number of scholarships for each Round will be defined by the EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).

- EM scholarship amount for Category A* is 32000 EUR (after deduction of the tuition fees for 2 years) and includes:

contribution to travel, installation and any other type of costs of 8000 EUR for two years of studies;

monthly allowance of 1000 EUR during 22 study months and 2 months internship at a partner university or associate member during the first year

- EM scholarship amount for Category B** is 15000 EUR (after deduction of the tuition fees for 2 years) and includes:

mobility grant of 3000 EUR for travel to a Third Country partner university;
monthly allowance of 500 EUR during 22 study months and 2 months internship at a partner university or associate member during the first year.

Documents

You must submit the following documents once you have completed your online application:

1.Cover sheet
2.Certificates and diplomas from your previous education (stamped and signed copies)
3.Transcripts of completed courses and academic grades (stamped and signed copies)
Please note: If your degree was awarded in Cameroon, Canada, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Sudan or the USA, your transcript of record must be sent directly from your university. If you include it in this information packet, it will not be accepted.
In addition, certain countries have specific documentation requirements. If you received your degree from Bangladesh, Cameroon, China, France, Germany, India, Nigeria, Nepal, Pakistan, the Phillipines or the United States, you should follow this link in order to see what your special requirements are:
Link to Country specific documentation requirements (via www.studera.nu)
4.Proof of English language skills
Please note: All TOEFL tests must be sent straight from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and reach University Studies in Sweden by the deadline for submitting documents. The institution code is Sweden 9520 and this must be stated.
5.A copy of the page in your passport with your personal data and photograph or some other document of identification (stamped and signed copies)
6.Curriculum Vitae including academic studies and professional experience
7.Recommendation letters in English from two senior experts in your field of studies (stamped and signed copies)
8.Compulsory Questionnaire Form, including Application for scholarship and Preferences for the Home University during the second year of SpaceMaster (pdf).


Application Deadline

17 January for both EU and non-EU students

Contact Information

For more information contact Mrs. Anette Snällfot-Brändström via e-mail: anesna@ltu.se

or

Dr. Victoria Barabash
Department of Space Science
Luleå University of Technology
Box 812
SE - 981 28 KIRUNA
Sweden
victoria.barabash@ltu.se
Website: www.spacemaster.eu


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Skeptical Theism Fellowships at University of Notre Dame

Overview

The Templeton Research Fellows in Evil and Skeptical Theism will provide one-year awards to up to four applicants, open rank. Fellows will be expected to spend the year in residence at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, IN, interacting with leading scholars in the philosophy of religion for the purpose of undertaking cutting-edge research on their topics.

The University of Notre Dame provides unique opportunities for sustained contact with scholars in philosophy of religion, theology, and early modern philosophy—contacts which not only can be quite helpful but, in the case of some topics, are the necessary prerequisites for excellent scholarship in the field.

Each successful applicant will receive a total fellowship award of $55,000 to $85,000. Stipend will depend on rank and circumstances of the applicant, and up to $15,000 of each award may be received as reimbursement for travel, re-location, or research-related expenses.


In addition, fellows will have joint access to up to $25,000 to convene a two-day workshop in the late spring of 2012 on the theme of skeptical theism. This workshop will enable fellows to showcase and receive feedback on their work, and promote a broader research agenda on these topics. Fellows will work with the Fellowship Directors to determine the workshop content and schedule, though all the logistical and administrative details will be handled by the Center’s administrative staff. Additional money will be available to invite outside scholars of interest to the fellows for brief visits during their tenure.

The three major components of the Templeton Research Fellows in Evil and Skeptical Theism Program are:

- Performing cutting edge research on skeptical theism and its relevance to the problem of evil.

- Researching the extent to which skeptical theism is plausible, and/or informs our conceptions of the nature and reality of God and evil.

- Utilizing the rich resources that are available at the University of Notre Dame and the Center for Philosophy of Religion.

Each Fellow is expected to complete and disseminate the results of their research through publications, lectures, or presentations at academic conferences within a short time after the end of the fellowship program. Fellows are also expected to submit a report to the Fellowship Directors describing the effects of their time as Fellows on the direction of their research within a year following the fellowship period, and to send the Fellowship Directors notices of presentations, as well as copies of any papers and books resulting from research conducted during the fellowship period.

Application Instructions

Applicants must have a Ph.D., and be affiliated with an accredited college or university. Applicants should be able to demonstrate strong promise of or an established record of successful publication. Applicants should prepare a timeline describing precisely the work that will be completed during the grant period, the order in which the work will be completed, and (when applicable) how the work to be completed at Notre Dame connects with the applicant’s larger research program.

Applicants are required to submit the following:

•A complete curriculum vitae
•Three confidential letters of recommendation (Letters should be sent by the recommenders themselves or by a placement service.)
•A project abstract of no more than 150 words
•A statement of no more than 1200 words specifying his or her project. For examples of eligible research topics, click here.
•One published or unpublished paper.

Application materials should be submitted electronically (except letters), if possible, to cpreligion@nd.edu. Hard copies may be sent to:

Templeton Skeptical Theism Fellowship
c/o Michael Rea, Director
Center for Philosophy of Religion
University of Notre Dame
418 Malloy Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Questions about the application process can also be sent to cpreligion@nd.edu. All application materials, including letters of recommendation, must be received no later than January 15, 2011.

http://philreligion.nd.edu/poe/fellowships_st.html


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Early Modern Fellowships in Philosophy of Religion and Theology

Overview

The Templeton Research Fellows in Early Modern Philosophy of Religion and Theology Program will provide one-year awards to at least two applicants, open rank. Fellows will be expected to spend the year in residence at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, IN, interacting with leading scholars in early modern philosophy of religion and theology and contemporary philosophy of religion for the purpose of undertaking cutting-edge research on their topics.

The University of Notre Dame provides unique opportunities for sustained contact with scholars in philosophy of religion, theology, and early modern philosophy—contacts which not only can be quite helpful but, in the case of some topics, are the necessary prerequisites for excellent scholarship in the field.

Each successful applicant will receive a total fellowship award of up to $55,000. Stipend will depend on rank and circumstances of the applicant, and up to $15,000 of each award may be received as reimbursement for travel, re-location, or research-related expenses.


The three major components of the Templeton Research Fellows in Early Modern Philosophy of Religion Program are:

- Performing cutting edge research on the problem of evil in early modern philosophy of religion and theology.

- Researching the extent to which conceptions of the nature and reality of evil were transformed and advanced in the distinctive intellectual culture of the seventeenth century.

- Utilizing the rich resources that are available at the University of Notre Dame and the Center for Philosophy of Religion.

Each Fellow is expected to complete and disseminate the results of their research through publications, lectures, or presentations at academic conferences within a short time after the end of the fellowship program. Fellows are also expected to submit a report to the Fellowship Directors describing the effects of their time as Fellows on the direction of their research within a year following the fellowship period, and to send the Fellowship Directors notices of presentations, as well as copies of any papers and books resulting from research conducted during the fellowship period.

Application Instructions

Applicants must have a Ph.D., and be affiliated with an accredited college or university. Applicants should be able to demonstrate strong promise of or an established record of successful publication. Applicants should prepare a timeline describing precisely the work that will be completed during the grant period, the order in which the work will be completed, and (when applicable) how the work to be completed at Notre Dame connects with the applicant’s larger research program.

Applicants are required to submit the following:

•A complete curriculum vitae
•Three confidential letters of recommendation (Letters should be sent by the recommenders themselves or by a placement service.)
•A project abstract of no more than 150 words
•A statement of no more than 1200 words specifying his or her project. For examples of eligible research topics, click here.
•One published or unpublished paper

Application materials should be submitted electronically (except letters), if possible, to cpreligion@nd.edu. Hard copies may be sent to:

Templeton Early Modern Fellowship
c/o Samuel Newlands, Associate Director
Center for Philosophy of Religion
University of Notre Dame
418 Malloy Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Questions about the application process can also be sent to cpreligion@nd.edu. All application materials, including letters of recommendation, must be received no later than January 15, 2011.

http://philreligion.nd.edu/poe/fellowships_em.html


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Vienna Graduate Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS)

Overview

The Vienna Graduate Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS) provides graduate education dominantly through intense research training and through advanced courses in one of the most active fields of modern physics.

In particular in recent years, many new ideas for future quantum technologies could already be demonstrated in the lab.

The Vienna doctoral program on Complex Quantum Systems offers PhD research and training opportunities in the following fields:

•Fundamental tests of physics
•Quantum information concepts and implementations
•Matter wave interferometry: foundations and applications
•Quantum technology on the nanoscale
•Quantum physics in the solid state
•Cold quantum gases & atom chips
•Entanglement of massive particles
•Hybrid quantum systems
•Strongly correlated quantum systems

The program provides the opportunity for highly gifted students to obtain a broad and interdisciplinary education in many of these fields and to prove themselves in cutting edge research.


Your benefit

The Vienna graduate program provides financial support for up to three years. Doctoral students admitted to the CoQuS program will have a regular employment at their hosting University.

The employment includes:

•A gross salary of about 1850 €/month (this incl. tax & health benefits)
•A tuition waiver
The graduate program will also provide support for

•Travel to scientific work shops, schools and conferences
•Exchange program to partner universities
•Soft skill trainings & language courses

The number of places in this excellence program is limited. The faculty members will select new students according to their academic excellence, scientific achievements and expected potential for future research.

Admission procedure

Students are requested to submit all of the following documents:

•Completed admission form: please download, complete and sign (!) the application form
•Curriculum vitae (CV)
•List of publications in scientific journals, poster contributions and talks at national and international meetings (if already applicable)
•All graded study records (if you feel it helps, even down to high school)
•Statement of interest: why do you feel to be the right person for CoQuS?
•Information about the candidate’s proficiency in English

The application deadline is on January 15

We ask the applicants to submit all of the above mentioned documents as single PDF files to canan.goeser@univie.ac.at.

All documents should be in English. German certificates do not need to be translated.

In addition:

At least 2 letters of recommendation and the reommender's question form will be required. They will only be accepted if they are sent by the recommenders themselves (not the students!) as attached pdf files to the CoQuS secretary Ms. Canan Göser: canan.goeser@univie.ac.at

http://www.coqus.at/admission/


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Nagoya University-JAGAM Scholarships

Overview

Japan Graduates’ Association of Malaysia (JAGAM) is pleased to announce that Nagoya University-JAGAM Scholarship is now opened for application until 7th January. Recipients of this scholarship will enroll for science, engineering or social science courses in October 2011 at Nagoya University under the Global 30 Undergraduate International Programs. These are new international programs where all the lectures are taught in English.

Students who are now sitting for 2010 UEC or STPM examinations are encouraged to apply. Applicants should ensure their duly completed forms returned to JAGAM before 4.00pm 7th January 2011.

About the Global 30 Undergraduate International Program
Information regarding the Global 30 International Program, Nagoya University and Nagoya City can be found at the NU Global 30 website at http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/

Scholarship Benefits

1. Each recipient can expect to receive up to a maximum of JPY500,000 per year

2. Recipients will be considered for receiving up to 100% tuition waiver on top of the scholarship allowance

3. One-way economy class airline ticket from KLIA to Chubu International Airport and a return economy-class ticket upon graduation (if applicable).

Eligibility for Application

1. Please refer to the Nagoya-JAGAM Scholarship Application Package.


Duration of Scholarship:

1. In principle, the scholarship will cover the four years of the recipient’s undergraduate study at Nagoya University.

Programs of Study

1. Please refer to the Nagoya-JAGAM Scholarship Application Package.

Terms and Conditions

1. Selected recipients must matriculate at Nagoya University on 1 October 2011, with the intention of completing the program at Nagoya University.

2. Scholarship will be terminated for a recipient in the following cases and the recipient may be ordered to return scholarship payments received up to the point of termination.

a. If any of his/her application documents is found to be falsely stated;

b. If he/she is subjected to disciplinary action by Nagoya University, such as expulsion or removal from register;

c. If it becomes definitive that he/she will not be able to complete his/her course within the standard course term because of his/her poor academic achievement or suspension;

d. If his/her resident status of "College Student" changes to any other status;

e. If a recipient receives additional scholarship from other governmental and/or private sources equivalent to or greater than JPY500,000 per year.

3. Upon successful graduation, recipients are required to join JAGAM as Life Members.

Application Process and Deadline

1. As the Nagoya University-JAGAM Scholarship accepts only paper-based application, please prepare the required forms and documents as stipulated in the Nagoya-JAGAM Scholarship Application Package.

2. Nagoya University-JAGAM Scholarship applicants are only required to pay the application fee upon successful application.

3. Due to the additional pre-selection process by JAGAM, application shall close at:

Closing Date: 7th January 2011 (Friday) 4.00pm

Application must reach JAGAM, either by hand or by post before closing date.

NU/JAGAM Scholarship Program 2011
JAGAM Secretariat
No. 88, Jalan SS2/4,
Petaling Jaya 47300
Selangor Darul Ehsan

For further enquiries, please contact
Ms Alice
Tel : 03-78774312
email: jagamkl@gmail.com

http://www.jagam.org.my/02_events/JCC_activities/2010/11-nov/N-J-scholarship.html


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HSBC Overseas Scholarship Scheme

Overview

The Hongkong Bank Foundation has a long history of supporting educational activities and nurturing young people for the betterment of the community. For the 2011/12 academic year, The Hongkong Bank Foundation is offering the HSBC Overseas Scholarships, at a maximum total value of HK$4,000,000, to selected local full-time undergraduate students. The scholarships will enable the recipients to spend one year of their degree programme at one of the designated overseas universities and return to our University to complete their studies and graduate. The Hong Kong Baptist University will nominate up to two eligible candidates to compete with students from other universities in Hong Kong for the Scholarships.

Each scholarship will cover (1) tuition fees and mandatory college fees, (2) a minimum economy return airfare, and (3) reasonable room and board costs, books, a small portion of living expenses and visa application fees.

ELIGIBILITY

Application is now open to non-final year undergraduate students who are enrolled in a degree programme, and who:

(1) are Hong Kong permanent residents with right of abode in Hong Kong (full disclosure regarding citizenship is required);

(2) are pursuing studies in disciplines under architecture, business and economics, communication, computer science/information systems, construction and land use, dentistry, design, education, engineering, health care, hotel and tourism, law, medicine, science (applied and basic), social sciences, textiles, arts subjects (linguistics & languages, translation, history, geography, fine arts & applied arts) and environment (UGC-funded programmes only). Students are allowed the flexibility to major in a different discipline while abroad;


(3) have attained a cumulative GPA score of 3.3 or above in the first semester of the academic year 2010/2011. Non-first year students should also have attained a cumulative GPA score of 3.3 or above in the academic year 2009/2010;

(4) have applied for admission/have been accepted for admission to one year full-time study at one of the designated overseas universities;

(5) have an appropriate study plan (it is advantageous for the applicants to seek advice from their departments on what courses to take in the designated overseas institutions so that credits gained overseas could be transferred to their studies in the University);

(6) have a minimum total TOEFL score of 90 (Internet-based test) with scores for individual sections not lower than 22 on listening, 17 on writing, 21 on reading, and 21 on speaking; or a minimum IELTS overall band score of 6.5, with no component below 6.0. These are irrespective of overseas universities’ requirements. Please note that the English proficiency tests must be taken on 12 February 2008 or later. If unavailable by the application deadline below, test results can be submitted to the Office of Student Affairs on or before 1 February 2011 (Tuesday);

(7) are well-rounded, participating in extra-curricular and/or community service activities;

(8) have no extensive experience of living or studying overseas;

(9) are in a financial situation which does not permit overseas study or extensive travel overseas; and

(10) are committed to Hong Kong

Scholarship recipients are expected to return to their home universities in Hong Kong after their year overseas to complete their degree in Hong Kong; otherwise, they have to reimburse the full cost of scholarship.

Scholarships will not be awarded to students who enroll in an overseas study course of less than a year or, arranged by HKBU or other organisations, for which financial support for the year abroad is already available either through HKBU or other sources.

APPLICATION

Please click here to download the application form. Completed application form together with copies of all relevant supporting documents (including HKID, HKCEE, HKALE & TOEFL/IELTS results, academic transcripts with grades of Semester 1 of 2010/11, certificates/awards for participation in extra-curricular activities and community services, and letters of appointment/reference letters for work experience, if any) should be submitted to the Office of Student Affairs, 8/F Yeung Shui Sang Building, Ho Sin Hang Campus, on or before January 14, 2011 (Friday).

Faculty members are welcome to nominate eligible students to apply.

SELECTION AND AWARD CRITERIA

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an internal selection interview in late January 2011. Nominated students are required to attend a panel interview arranged by HSBC in March 2011.

Conditional offers will be made in April 2011 by the Hongkong Bank Foundation to candidates who completely fulfil the selection criteria, are recommended by HKBU and short-listed by the HSBC panel. Confirmation of the scholarship awards will be made no later than the end of August 2011, subject to formal admission by overseas universities, and overall GPA of 3.3 or above at the end of 2010/11 academic year, an application form to the Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme (HKYAS) or alternate programmes similar to HKYAS, subject to the approval from HSBC, and a letter from the overseas university outlining the duration of the academic year and information on the number of courses/credits that a full-time overseas student should take.

ENQUIRY

For enquiries, please feel free to contact Ms. Joey Lau at 3411 7225 or by email to laujoey@hkbu.edu.hk.

http://sa.hkbu.edu.hk/campus/scholarships/HSBC_Overseas_2011.html


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Wellcome Trust Doctoral Studentship (ETHOX) at University of Oxford

Overview

Wellcome Trust Doctoral Studentship in the Ethics of Collaborative Global Health Research

The Ethox Centre, Department of Public Health, University of Oxford

The Ethox Centre has been awarded a major Wellcome Trust Enhancement Award to establish an international research network on the ethics of collaborative global health research. The network, which is a joint initiative of the Ethox Centre in Oxford and the Wellcome-KEMRI Unit in Kilifi, Kenya, will build ethics expertise and capacity both in the United Kingdom and in developing countries - with a particular emphasis on building capacity at the Wellcome Trust’s Major Overseas Programme sites. The research activities of the network will focus on five themes: community engagement; global ethics governance; the ethics of research collaboration; the roles and responsibilities of research actors; and challenges in empirical ethics research. The award will fund DPhil studentships, the development of on-line resources, and a range of training activities. The network will also act as a focus for the encouragement of local research initiatives in developing country sites. The network’s Principal Investigator is Professor Michael Parker.

Applications are invited for the third Wellcome Trust studentship to carry out doctoral research on the ethics of collaborative global health research. The studentship will be held at the Ethox Centre, which is a research centre located in the Division of Public Health at the University of Oxford. More information about the Ethox Centre and its research programmes can be found at www.ethox.org.uk. It is expected that the successful applicant will spend a significant proportion of the time of their studentship working in a developing country.


The successful applicant will carry out research in one of the Network’s five areas of interest, as outlined above. Applicants must be eligible for admission as a probationer research student to the University of Oxford (see graduate studies entrance requirements at:

http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/postgraduate_courses/apply/application_guide.html). Studentships will be for a fixed term of three years and will cover all fees plus an annual stipend at Wellcome Studentship rates (for 2011 this will be £19,339).

Closing date for applications: 12 noon GMT on 7th January.


For the further particulars and details of how to apply please see the document below or email: personnel@dphpc.ox.ac.uk

http://www.dphpc.ox.ac.uk/jobs/WTss


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Post Doctoral Positions in Bio/Nanotechnology and Material Science

Overview

Applications are invited for 4 Post-doctoral positions in bio/nanotechnology and material science related research programs. The research activities will take place in the Smart Materials Group of the (CBN), Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) that is based in Lecce, Italy.

The Center possesses world class facilities and expertise in the areas of materials processing and development with emphasis to surface science, nanoparticles production, magnetic, conducting and biocompatible nanocomposites, thermo/mechanical testing, laser spectroscopy, confocal and scanning probe microscopies, biology/biotechnology, genomics/proteomics, third generation photovoltaics, high performance computing, density functional-theory and computational nanoscience. Close collaborations exist with industry, University departments, and other research centers in Italy and abroad.

Description of the positions:

Position 1

Two years postdoctoral position in development and thermo/mechanical characterization of novel plastic nanocomposite materials targeting on mechanically reinforced and thermally resistive materials to be used in the areas of buildings and constructions, automotive and aviation industry, packaging. The candidate must have a PhD in one of the following areas: Materials Science, Physics, Engineering. Previous experience in thermo/mechanical characterization of materials will be appreciated.


Position 2

Two years postdoctoral position in the development, processing, chemical modifications and characterization of natural polymers, biopolymers and biocompatible polymers. The candidate must have a PhD in one of the following areas: Chemistry, Material Science, Chemical Engineering, Bio Engineering. Previous experience in polymer chemistry is essential, and experience in biopolymers will be highly appreciated.

Position 3

Two years postdoctoral position in surface processing and characterization of materials. The candidate must have a PhD in one of the following areas: Chemistry, Physics, Material Science, Chemical Engineering. Candidates with previous experience in surface patterning (photopatterning, laser ablation, electrochemical patterning, etc.), thin film deposition, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy will be preferred.

Position 4

Two years postdoctoral position in the development and characterization of magnetic and conducting polymer-based nanocomposites. The candidate must have a PhD in one of the following areas: Physics, Material Science, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering. Candidates with previous experience in any of the following fields: nanoparticles preparation, nanocomposites preparation, measurements of conductivity, magnetic characterization will be preferred.

Manifestation of interest for participation in the selection process should be sent by the 30th of January 2011 to Dr Athanassia Athanassiou ( athanassia.athanassiou@iit.itThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

In order to comply with the Italian law (art. 23 of Privacy Law of the Italian Legislative Decree n. 196/03), we have to kindly ask the candidate to give his/her consent to allow IIT to process his/her personal data.

The Italian Institute of Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer that actively seeks diversity in the workforce.

http://cbn.iit.it/


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Overseas Student Scholarships at Lingnan University

Overview

As the only liberal arts university in Hong Kong, Lingnan is committed to the provision of quality education distinguished by the best liberal arts traditions. It adopts a whole-person approach to education which enables its students to think, judge, care and, ultimately, act responsibly in the changing circumstances of Hong Kong, the region and the world.

Overseas Student Scholarships of HK$120,000 (i.e. about US$15,385) each per academic year will be awarded to successful applicants, covering tuition fee, hostel and other academic and living expenses.

Each scholarship is offered on an annual renewable basis and is tenable for a period of up to 3 years, subject to continued outstanding academic performance.

Eligibility

Non-local applicants (other than Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland citizens) should have attained at a recognised post-secondary institution outside Hong Kong an equivalent qualification to the Admission Requirements of the University, as stipulated below:

• a degree, an associate degree or a diploma awarded by a recognised post-secondary institution;
• an International Baccalaureate Diploma;
• satisfactory completion of the first year in a four-year undergraduate curriculum or the first year of an associate degree programme of a recognised institution;
• satisfactory completion of two years of full-time study in a post-Form Five institution, e.g. a technical institute; or
• other equivalent qualifications which the University will consider on a case-by-case basis.


They may be required to achieve:

• a minimum of Grade C in English in the GCE O-Level or GCSE Examination or an equivalent public examination; or
• a TOEFL score of 213 in the computer-based test, or 550 in the paper-based test, or 79 in the internet-based test; or
• an IELTS overall band score of 5.5.

Non-local applicants who enter Hong Kong for the purpose of education should make sure that they are eligible to apply for a student visa/ entry permit issued by the Director of Immigration of the HKSAR Government to stay in Hong Kong for the entire period of study at the University. The University will provide assistance as far as possible.

Selection criteria

The scholarship will be awarded to a student who has good academic standing and a good track record in community services. For candidates of comparable academic merits, preference will be given to the candidate with better proven records of community services.

Application deadline: 31 March.

Online application can be made through scholarization

http://www.ln.edu.hk/admissions/da/intl/scholarships/index.php

please contact us at UGadm@LN.edu.hk

Source: http://www.ln.edu.hk/admissions/da/intl/download/Leaflet.pdf


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Edinburgh Legal Education Trust LLM Scholarships

Overview

The scholarship is available for postgraduate research in Scots private law at the University of Edinburgh leading to the degree of LLM by Research (i.e. by a thesis of up to 30.000 words). The subject may be studied in a comparative or historical context. The scholarship is offered by the Edinburgh Legal Education Trust, which was formed in 1996 for the advancement of legal education. The Trustees wish to award a single scholarship for study beginning in September 2011.

Eligibility

The scholarship is open to anyone who, by the start of the LLM programme, holds an honours degree in law, or an ordinary degree in law plus an honours degree in a different discipline and who is accepted by the University of Edinburgh for the degree of LLM by Research (by a thesis of up to 30,000 words). The scholarship is not available for the LLM in Legal Research or the LLM in History and Philosophy of Law Further details about postgraduate study at Edinburgh may be obtained from the Postgraduate Office, School of Law, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL (www.law.ed.ac.uk). An application to the Trust may be made in advance of being accepted by the University of Edinburgh.

Value

The scholarship has the same value as a Studentship awarded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). This means that the scholarship comprises fees at home students’ rate (currently £5,100) and a maintenance award (currently £9,490). In addition, a limited amount of assistance may be given by the Trust in respect of research expenses, but this will not normally exceed £400 in a year.


Fees will be paid by the Trust directly to the University of Edinburgh. The maintenance allowance will be paid in four equal instalments on 15 September, 15 December, 15 March and 15 June.


Alternative funding

The scholarship is intended only for those who are unable to obtain alternative funding. Wherever possible, candidates are expected to apply also to other funding bodies. For information on funding, see http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/pg/scholarships.aspx.

Part-time employment

Scholars are expected to devote their whole time to the study of their subject. Part-time teaching and other work relevant to the Scholar’s research may be undertaken but must not exceed three hours per week. For any other paid part-time employment, the permission of the Trustees is required.

Scholars must inform the Scholarship Administrator of any other awards which they receive during the year. The Trustees reserve the right to review the level of the scholarship in the light of the availability of other funding.

Applications and closing date

Applications should be made via the School of Law scholarship application form, available at http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/pg/scholarships.aspx.

The Scholarship Administrator, Dr Andrew Steven, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL (email: andrew.steven@ed.ac.uk) (telephone 0131 650 2037) would be glad to discuss applications and to give informal guidance.

Applications should normally be received by 2 May 2011. The Trustees reserve full discretion to offer, or not to offer, a scholarship.

http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/pg/scholarships.aspx


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Edinburgh Legal Education Trust PhD Scholarships

Overview

The scholarship is available for postgraduate research in Scots law at the University of Edinburgh leading to the degree of PhD. Research in any area of Scots law, private or public, is eligible for funding, and the subject may be studied in a comparative or historical context. The scholarship is offered by the Edinburgh Legal Education Trust, which was formed in 1996 for the advancement of legal education. The Trustees wish to award a single scholarship for study beginning in either September 2011 or September 2012.

Eligibility

The scholarship is open to anyone who, by the start of the PhD programme, holds an honours or a masters degree in law (or equivalent), and who is accepted by the University of Edinburgh for postgraduate study in an appropriate area. Further details about postgraduate study at Edinburgh may be obtained from the Postgraduate Office, School of Law, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL (www.law.ed.ac.uk).

An application to the Trust may be made in advance of being accepted by the University of Edinburgh, and should be made in advance in the case of an applicant intending to begin postgraduate study in September 2012. Applicants applying only to begin their studies in September 2012 may disregard the requirement on the School's scholarship form that a complete application for admission must be submitted before the scholarship application was made. However, such applicants should ensure that their application includes full details of their grades in individual courses, and that they arrange for two referees to submit references to the School of Law Postgraduate Office - by email to pg.law@ed.ac.uk - by the closing date.


Duration

The scholarship is awarded for one year in the first instance, but will be renewed annually for a further two years, subject to satisfactory progress.


Value

The scholarship has the same value as a Studentship awarded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). This means that the scholarship comprises fees at home students’ rate (currently £3,400) and a maintenance award (currently £13,590). In addition, a limited amount of assistance may be given by the Trust in respect of research expenses, but this will not normally exceed £400 in a year.

Fees will be paid by the Trust directly to the University of Edinburgh. The maintenance allowance will be paid in four equal instalments on 15 September, 15 December, 15 March and 15 June.

Alternative funding

The scholarship is intended only for those who are unable to obtain alternative funding. Wherever possible, candidates are expected to apply also to other funding bodies. For information on funding, see http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/pg/scholarships.aspx. Note that the AHRC will not usually support students who do not already hold a masters degree.

Part-time employment

Scholars are expected to devote their whole time to the study of their subject. Part-time teaching and other work relevant to the Scholar’s research may be undertaken but must not exceed three hours per week. For any other paid part-time employment, the permission of the Trustees is required.

Scholars must inform the Scholarship Administrator of any other awards which they receive during the year. The Trustees reserve the right to review the level of the scholarship in the light of the availability of other funding.

Applications and closing date

Applications should be made via the School of Law scholarship application form, available at

The Scholarship Administrator, Dr Andrew Steven, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL (email: andrew.steven@ed.ac.uk) (telephone 0131 650 2037) would be glad to discuss applications and to give informal guidance.

Applications should normally be received by 2 May 2011. (Please note that the same closing date applies for applicants intending to commence their study in 2011 as for those intending to commence in 2012.) The Trustees reserve full discretion to offer, or not to offer, a scholarship.

http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/pg/scholarships.aspx


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Principal's Career Development Scholarship

Overview

The University of Edinburgh will offer almost 60 PhD scholarships for students starting their PhD research at the University in the 2011-2012 academic session. The awards are open to UK, EU and overseas students undertaking a research degree and may be held in any field of study.

In order to attract the best and brightest PhD students, the University of Edinburgh seeks to offer not only unparalleled research facilities and superb supervision, but also to provide development opportunities which will support our research students as they progress beyond their PhD, through an innovative programme of integrated research, training and career development.

This exciting new scholarship scheme provides a valuable opportunity for postgraduate research students to undertake a package of training and development which will help them to develop the necessary skills required to meet their career choices, and offer them a breadth of development opportunities in areas such as teaching, public engagement, entrepreneurship, and research.


Award

Each scholarship will cover the UK/EU rate of tuition fee (about £3,500 in 2011-2012) as well as a stipend which will increase each year.

In 2011-2012 the level of stipend will be £14,000.

In 2012-2013 this will increase to £14,500, and in year three the level will be £15,000.

Subject to satisfactory progress, the awards are tenable for up to three years

Eligibility

The awards are open to UK, EU and overseas students applying to study for a research degree in 2011-2012. Award applicants should contact the School with whom they intend to study before applying for the award to ascertain whether the funding is available for the discipline involved.

Applicants must have already applied for admission to a full-time PhD research programme of study at the University.

They must be of outstanding academic merit and research potential. Candidates must have, or expect to obtain, a UK first class or 2:1 honours degree at undergraduate level or the international equivalent.

Other factors such as financial status, nationality and the proposed field of study are not taken into account.

The University will not generally consider candidates who have already obtained a PhD, or formal equivalent, as a result of direct research training.

Candidates are required to have good English Language skills with scholarship applicants normally requiring a minimum IELTS of 7.0.

Please also note that if you have applied for consecutive registration where you will start your Master's programme of study in 2011 and your PhD the following year in 2012, that you will not be eligible to apply for a Principal's Career Development Scholarship in 2011. Principal's awards cannot be held concurrently with fully-funded scholarships but can be held with partial awards such as Scottish Overseas Research Students Award Scheme (SORSAS) awards.

Applying

Completed application forms must be received by Scholarships and Student Funding Services no later than 1 February 2011.

Eligible applicants should complete an online application form.

Postgraduate Research Scholarship Online Application

UK and EU applicants should apply as normal to the relevant UK Research Council, while overseas students should apply to the Scottish Overseas Research Students Award Scheme (SORSAS) as well as to other external sources of funding.

Successful candidates who receive other sources of partial funding will have the value of their Career Development PhD Scholarship altered accordingly.

Selection Procedure

The University will use the information you provide on your scholarship application form together with the information contained in the supporting documentation (two references and academic transcript) which you submitted as part of your application for admission to administer and assess your scholarship application and to select successful applicants.

Shortlisted candidates should expect to be invited to attend an interview which will take place either in person or by telephone.

The winners of the scholarship will be announced by Friday 29 April 2011.

Scholarships and Student Funding Services

The University of Edinburgh

Old College
South Bridge
Edinburgh, EH8 9YL
Work: +44 (0)131 651 4070
Fax: +44 (0)131 651 4066
Email: scholarships@ed.ac.uk

http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/student-funding/postgraduate/international/development


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Scottish Overseas Research Students Award Scheme

Overview

This award is designed to attract high quality overseas research students to Scottish universities.

Each award covers the difference between the tuition fee for a UK/EU graduate student and that chargeable to an overseas graduate student. The awards do not cover maintenance expenses.

Subject to satisfactory progress, the awards are tenable for up to three years.

All candidates who apply for a Scottish Overseas Research Students Award Scheme (SORSAS) award and are unsuccessful, will automatically be considered for an Edinburgh Global Research Scholarship.

The University of Edinburgh will award 30 Edinburgh Global Research Scholarships in session 2011-2012 which like the SORSAS Awards will cover the difference between the overseas rate of fee and the home rate of fee.

Eligibility

The awards are open to overseas students undertaking a research degree and may be held in any field of study.

Applicants must be liable to pay tuition fees at the rate applicable to overseas students and must have already applied for admission to a full-time PhD research programme of study or currently be pursuing such a programme.


Academic merit

Applicants must be of outstanding academic merit and research potential.

Although candidates with an upper second class honours Bachelor's degree (or the overseas equivalent) can be considered, in order to be competitive you should really have a first class Bachelor's degree supplemented by an excellent Master's degree.

Other factors such as financial status, nationality and the proposed field of study are not taken into account.

Excluding factors

The University of Edinburgh will not generally consider candidates who have already obtained a PhD, or formal equivalent, as a result of direct research training; or who are due to enter the third year of their PhD programme of study.

Please also note that if you have applied for consecutive registration where you will start your Master's programme of study in 2011 and your PhD the following year in 2012, that you will not be eligible to apply for an SORSAS award in 2011.

SORSAS awards cannot be held concurrently with fully-funded scholarships such as a Commonwealth Scholarship, or a Marshall Scholarship.

Students who have previously held an SORSAS award will not be considered eligible for a second one.

Applying

Completed application forms must be received by Scholarships and Student Funding Services no later than 1 February 2011.

Eligible applicants should complete an online application form.

Postgraduate Research Scholarship Online Application

Notification of award

The deadline for the receipt of College nominations and associated SORSAS applications to Scholarships and Student Funding Services is 1 April 2011.

Successful applications will receive their SORSAS result letter in April 2011.

Contact

For more details on this award please contact Scholarships and Student Funding Services.

Scholarships and Student Funding Services

The University of Edinburgh

Old College
South Bridge
Edinburgh, EH8 9YL
Work: +44 (0)131 651 4070
Fax: +44 (0)131 651 4066
Email: scholarships@ed.ac.uk

http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/student-funding/postgraduate/international/sorsas


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Africa LLM/MSc Tercentenary Scholarship

Overview

The Africa LLM/MSc Tercentenary Scholarship is open to all African students applying for the LLMs in Law; Commercial Law; European Law; Innovation, Technology and the Law; International Law; Global Environment and Climate Change Law; Intellectual Property Law and also the MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

One scholarship will be available each academic year until 2013/2014.

The award is open to all suitably qualified African applicants; however, the 2011/2012 scholarship is particularly aimed at applicants who are citizens of (and normally resident in) Eastern and Central Africa, including Zambia, Ethiopia, Malawi, DR Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Somalia. If no suitable application is received from these countries, the scholarship will pass to the next most suitable applicant. The award will be made solely on academic merit.

The scholarship will cover the costs of postgraduate tuition fees for one academic year. The successful applicant will also be given a partial maintenance grant (£6500) to help fund their studies at the University of Edinburgh. The maintenance grant will not cover the full costs of studying at the university and applicants should ensure they have sufficient financial support to complete their studies.


More detailed information can be obtained by emailing pg.law@ed.ac.uk.

The closing date for the receipt of applications for 2011-2012 will be 31 May 2011. Applicants must complete the school's scholarship application form to indicate that they wish to be considered for this award.

Applications for postgraduate programmes must be made in parallel through the normal University application route.

http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/pg/files/Scholarshipapplicationform.doc


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China Scholarships Council/University of Edinburgh Scholarships

Overview

Up to twenty scholarships will be available for PhD study to candidates who are citizens and permanent residents of the People's Republic of China at the time of applying for entry for the academic year 2011-2012.

Candidates should have satisfied all English language requirements and have received an offer of admission from the University of Edinburgh to study on a full-time PhD degree programme by the time the University puts forward their list of endorsed applications (Tuesday 1 March 2011).

The scholarships are available for study in the following areas of study:

■ Communication and Information Technology
■ Agriculture
■ Life Sciences and Public Health
■ Materials Science and New Materials
■ Energy and the Environment
■ Engineering
■ Applied Social Science and WTO-related areas
■ Business and Law
■ Mathematics

While the above academic areas are the priority areas as specified by the Chinese Ministry, applicants to other research areas will also be considered.

For successful applicants, the University will provide scholarships to cover tuition fees for up to 20 students, and CSC will consider their application for a living allowance as prescribed from time to time by the Chinese Government (which includes Student Health cover), a return airfare from China to the UK by the most economical route, and visa application fees.

Eligibility

The scholarships will be awarded to citizens and permanent residents of the People's Republic of China at the time of application who are accepted for admission on a full-time basis for a postgraduate PhD degree programme at the University of Edinburgh.

Candidates should not be currently working or studying outside China at the time of application, and successful candidates must agree to return to China upon completion of their research degree at the University of Edinburgh.

Candidates should satisfy the selection criteria set out by CSC by completing the CSC Application Form and the CSC Employer Reference Form which can be found on the CSC website.


Criteria

The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit with candidates requiring the equivalent of a first-class honours degree from a Chinese university.

Applying

Applicants should apply online for PhD admission to the University of Edinburgh by Tuesday 1 February 2011, and should complete a China Scholarship Council/University of Edinburgh Joint Scholarship application form which should be submitted to the relevant College/School, also by Tuesday 1 February 2011.

China Scholarship Council/University of Edinburgh Joint Scholarship application form
College/School contact details can be found below.

In addition to applying to the University for admission, candidates should also complete the China Scholarship Council (CSC)application form and Employer Reference and submit to the CSC. Application forms are available online between 21 February 2011 and 18 March 2011 on the CSC website.

China Scholarship Council

Applicants should submit the following to the CSC as soon as the online CSC application form becomes available on 21 February 2011 (The CSC will however accept applications up to 18 March 2011):

■hard copy of the signed CSC Application Form
■completed CSC Employer Reference Form
■a copy of the full postgraduate application form for PhD admission at the University of Edinburgh
■a copy of all supporting documentation submitted with your PhD application

You may also find the following page on the CSC website helpful:

China Scholarship Council

Selection Procedure

College staff will submit to the Head of Scholarships and Student Funding Services by Tuesday 1 March 2011:

■a list of ranked candidates of applicants who have been offered a place of admission at the University which will include the student's name and subject area (All endorsed applications where a candidate has been offered a conditional offer of admission should have satisfied all English language requirements.)
■a copy of the postgraduate offer of admission letter
■a copy of the Award letter detailing the value of the University Scholarship
Robert Lawrie will submit all the applications on behalf of the University, together with a copy of all Award letters which will detail the value of the University Scholarship which each scholar will receive, to the CSC in mid March 2011.

College contacts

College of Humanities & Social Science

Postgraduate Office

David Hume Tower
George Square
Edinburgh, EH8 9JX
Work: 0131 650 4086
Email: hsspg@ed.ac.uk
Web: www.hss.ed.ac.uk/Postgraduate/College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine

Graduate School

The Chancellor’s Building
49 Little France Crescent
Edinburgh, EH16 4SB
Tel: 0131 242 6358
Email: mvmpg@ed.ac.uk
Web: www.mvm.ed.ac.uk/gradschool

http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/student-funding/postgraduate/international/region/china-council


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