Centrul pentru Studii Europene (CES) – fundatie politica/think-tank al
Partidului Popular European – este in cautarea unei persoane dinamice,
motivate si inovatoare pentru ocuparea postului de ‘Project Officer’.
Pozitia este full-time, la sediul organizatiei din Bruxelles.

Data limita pentru depunerea candidaturii (CV si scrisoare de motivatie)
este: 22 august 2010

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The five IMD MBA Alumni Scholarships are designed to encourage diversity in the class. One is awarded to each region: Asia, Africa/Middle East, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Western Europe/North America/Oceania.

Number of scholarships: Five (one from each area)

Amount: CHF 30,000

Geographic region

Africa / Middle EastAsiaEastern EuropeLatin AmericaWestern Europe / North America / OceaniaWho can qualify

Accepted candidates who are citizens, but not necessarily current residents, of the above geographical areas


Submitting an essay on: “As a business
leader, which issue would you set as your first priority to address in
your region / country? Why would you choose this issue? How would you,
personally, address it?” (maximum 1000 words)

Please draw on your own experiences in your answer, rather than on
general, broad statements. The committee is looking for essays that are
personal, visionary and demonstrate leadership, which include a clearly articulated description of how the solution could be implemented.

Jury: IMD MBA alumni loan committee

Deadline: September 30

Contact: Scholarship essays, or questions, should be sent to mbafinance[at]

IMD MBA scholarship conditions

Applicants must have been accepted into the IMD MBA program prior to their application.

Our scholarship applications are essay based, with winning essays typically including the following features:

Relevance to the essay titleOrganization and structureFully developed argumentsPersuasivenessPersonal element and/or passionRead more..

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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.

Post-doctoral Academy Scholars will receive an annual stipend of
$48,000, and pre-doctoral Academy Scholars will receive an annual
stipend of $28,000. Applications for the 2011-2012 class of Academy
Scholars are due by October 1, 2010. Finalist interviews will take
place in Cambridge on December 6. Notification of Scholarships will be
made in January, 2011.

For complete information on how to apply visit:

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Survey of Schools, ICT and Education (SMART 2010/0039)

Please note that, as of 5 July 2010, the tender specifications for
this call have been updated, due to a change with regard to the
categories of schools to be considered for analysis.

The objectives of the study are to collect information on and assess
the impact of ICT use in schools for the purpose of teaching/learning.
To this end, (an) appropriate survey(s) will be designed and carried
out in the 27 EU Member States + Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Turkey
and the results assessed and discussed in a study report, also
containing an extensive set of data charts and tables. In addition,
information on the situation in each country will be prepared in the
form of a set of individual country profiles.

Deadline for download documents: 5/9/2010
Deadline to submit an offer: 10/9/2010

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Application deadline: *August 31, 2010*

The Matsumae International Foundation (MIF)<> is
a nongovernmental organization. Its Fund is solely based on donations from
many Japanese people who have responded with goodwill to Dr. Shigeyoshi
Matsumae’s call. While many donations have been kindly offered by
enterprises and groups, most of the donors are individuals who are
sympathetic with the Founder’s ideals, and maintain contributions to the
Fund from their limited incomes. Successful applicants are urged to
seriously consider and understand the goodwill of those persons, and ensure
that the provided fellowships are utilized effectively.


Applicants of non-Japanese nationality who meet all of the following
eligibility requirements are invited to submit the required application

1. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. (Doctorate) degree, or be recognized by the
Matsumae International Foundation as possessing equivalent academic

2. Applicants must be below 40-years old level at the time of application.

3. Applicants must have sufficient conversational ability in English or
Japanese to prevent insurmountable difficulties during their research
activities in Japan.

4. Applicants should not have been in Japan in the past and/or in the

5. Applicants should have firm positions and professions in their home
countries, and should return to their countries on completion of their
fellowship stay by the Foundation.

6. Applicants who have previously been invited by the Foundation are not
eligible for this fellowship program.

7. Applicants must be of sound health and not physically handicapped in any
way which would not prevent from carrying out research in Japan.

FIELDS OF STUDY: Fields of study such as natural science, engineering and
medicine are given first priority.

PERIOD and NUMBER OF FELLOWSHIPS: At the time of application, please
indicate the length of your stay (between 3 to 6 months) from April 2011 to
March 2012. The Foundation prefers long stays (such as six months) to
shorter (such as three months). The number of fellowships given is about 20.

HOST INSTITUTION IN JAPAN: Applicants are free to select host institutions
(university research laboratories, national research institutions or the
corresponding facilities of private industry) in which to carry out their
research. However, applicants are cautioned that they are obliged to obtain
acceptance from such host institutions prior to submitting their
applications. The Foundation cannot give counsel or advice to an applicant
concerning his/her host institution in Japan.

Download Fellowship Announcement <>
Download Application Form <>

E-mail :

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International Student Scholarships and Assistantships at Georgia
College and State University – up to $19,000 per academic year for

Application deadline for Spring 2011 semester: September 1st, 2010

Georgia College & State University is proud to announce International
Student Scholarships for the Spring 2011 semester. Each of these
awards is approximately $19,000/year at the undergraduate level. Our
university offers challenging undergraduate and graduate programs in
the Schools of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Business, Education and Health
Sciences! Visit the degree programs website http://www.gcsu.
edu/academics/ majorsandminors. htm to find out more about the
academic opportunities available at Georgia College & State

Learn more about International Student Scholarships

and International Graduate Assistantships
that can significantly reduce the cost of tuition while studying in
the United States.

The international admission and scholarship application deadline for
the Spring 2011 semester is September 1st, 2010.

For more information:

Jason Wynn
International Admissions Counselor
International Education Center
Georgia College & State University
Phone: (+1) 478-445-4789
Fax: (+1) 478-445-2623

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Position Title: Researcher
Reports to: Coordinator of Research and Advocacy

Purpose of the position: The Researcher is responsible for the
development and implementation of research and advocacy work in
relation to ERRC strategic priorities, by providing human rights
research knowledge and know-how, strong analysis and effective
communication skills.

Areas of Responsibility: Split focus (50/50% of time) – women’s rights
across Europe and general human rights focus in several countries to
be determined,
In consultation with the Coordinator of Research and Advocacy, and in
accordance with the thematic and country focus of this position:

   1.  Organise and participate in desk and field research on human
rights developments pertaining to Roma, consisting of fact-finding and
analysis, including in rapid response to emergencies;
   2. Provide timely, accurate and impartial assessment of the human
rights situation of Roma;
   3. Develop and maintain effective relations with colleagues and
external contacts and partners including Romani representatives, other
human rights activists and civil society representatives, researchers,
governmental and inter-governmental representatives, service providers
and lawyers;
   4. Write reports, advocacy submissions, letters of concern and
other materials for internal use and publication and provide input
into materials produced by colleagues;
   5. Effectively store and share information and research works
within the programmes and legal departments;
   6. Stay abreast of international and domestic advocacy
opportunities and provide input on which meetings and opportunities
the ERRC should seize;
   7.  Represent the ERRC externally with civil society organisations,
governmental and inter-governmental bodies, social, political and
other actors, and communicate ERRC positions;
   8. Establish individual work plans and monitor progress;
   9. Undertake necessary administrative tasks for own work;
  10. Contribute to the Roma Rights journal and other ERRC
communications tools, as appropriate;
  11. Help implement ERRC training programmes, as necessary;
  12. Collaborate with ERRC interns and contribute to their learning
and development; and
  13. Other tasks as requested.

Required experience and skills:

    * University degree in human rights, gender studies, social
sciences or a related field;
    * At least two years experience conducting desk and field research
on human rights, women’s rights or related issues;
    * Experience writing research and advocacy reports and other materials;
    * Significant experience living and working in Romani communities
is desirable;
    * Advocacy or campaigning experience at local level is a plus;
    * Strong English language skills required; knowledge of Russian,
Italian, Romanian and/or Romani preferred;
    *Strong, clear oral communication skills; ability to represent
effectively ERRC positions in public;
    *Understanding and sensitivity in dealing with different people
and groups including survivors of human rights violations;
    * Strong team player; ability to work independently;
    * Attentive to deadlines, flexible and able to deal with high workload;
    * Willingness to travel for work, either alone or with colleagues;
    * Demonstrated commitment to the promotion of Roma rights;
    * Proven ability to work in a diverse team.

Remuneration: Based at the ERRC office in Budapest, the remuneration
level for this full time position shall be commensurate with
experience, ranging between 24,000 – 27,000 EUR gross per year
(payable in Hungarian forints). In accordance with the annual budget
approved by the board of directors, ERRC employees are provided fringe
benefits and access to a professional development fund.   Expected
start date: The successful applicant is expected to start no later
than the end of September 2010.

How to apply:   Qualified candidates should send the following
application materials; persons submitting incomplete application
packages will not be considered for the position:

      Maximum 500 word letter of interest
      Detailed CV in English;
      Contact details for two present or former employers (reference
should be from immediate supervisor) and one other relevant referee;
      An unedited English-language writing sample by the applicant
(preferably human rights focused).

Submit to: Dora Eke – ERRC Researcher Search
Fax: +36.1.413.2201

Application deadline: 16:00 on 16 August 2010. Applications received
after this date will not be considered. Short-listed applicants will
be notified within three weeks of the deadline; applicants who are not
shortlisted will not be contacted.   The ERRC is committed to equal
opportunity for all. Romani candidates are particularly encouraged to
apply for this position.   The European Roma Rights Centre is an
international public interest law organisation which monitors the
human rights situation of Roma and provides legal defence in cases of
human rights abuse. For more information about the European Roma
Rights Centre, visit the ERRC on the web at:

To support the ERRC, please visit this link:
European Roma Rights Centre
1016 Budapest
Naphegy ter 8
Fax: +36.1.413.2201

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