Scholarships at the University of Strathclyde 2020| Partially Funded

Country: UK ; City: Glasgow


Apply for the Scholarships at the University of Strathclyde 2020. The deadline for the application is 24th August 2020. The name of the scholarship is an MBA Visionary Scholarship at the University of Strathclyde, 2020.

The University of Strathclyde is offering scholarships to students from the UK, EEA, RUK, EU, UK, and Islands, International regions. Additionally, the scholarship amounts to GBP 5,000 for a duration of one year.


The University of Strathclyde is a Scottish public research university located in Glasgow, United Kingdom. Founded in 1796 as the Andersonian Institute, it is Glasgow’s second-oldest university. The university receiving its royal charter in 1964 as the UK’s first technological university. It takes its name from the historic Kingdom of Strathclyde.

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  • UK, EEA, RUK, EU, UK, and Islands, International students are eligible to apply for the MBA Visionary Scholarship at the University of Strathclyde, 2020.
  • Additionally, applicants who are already registered in the program do not qualify to apply.
  • Also, the University prefers the candidates with excellent managerial and leadership skills.
  • Similarly, successful candidates of the MBA Visionary Scholarship at the University of Strathclyde, 2020 will be notified by the middle of September 2020.


Applicants of MBA Visionary Scholarship at the University of Strathclyde, 2020 must submit a 1000 word statement and state which scholarship they wish for and how they meet the scholarship criteria.


Deadline24 August,2020
Open toAll Nationalities
OrganizerUniversity of Strathclyde

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6th AFMAM 2020: Call for Applications Is Now Open!

September 4-6, 2020 – Hanoi, Vietnam
Deadline: May 8, 2020

The ASEAN Foundation is pleased to organise the 6th ASEAN Foundation Model ASEAN Meeting (AFMAM) 2020 in Hanoi, Viet Nam. This year’s AFMAM will involve the simulation of the ASEAN+1 engagement which address the thematic focus of “The Role of ASEAN Youths in Promoting Networking and Cooperation to Build a Clean and Green ASEAN Community through Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Protection of the Environment”.


1. Free registration/application
2. Round trip air travel from the capital city of the country of origin to the venue in Hanoi, Viet Nam
3. Accommodation and meals
4. An exciting and unforgettable lifetime experience with us and your peers from other ASEAN Member States


Team members:
1. Enrolled as a student of tertiary education institution taking diploma or undergraduate studies (or equivalent level) from any disciplines at education institutions in the ASEAN Member States when the programme takes place
2. Between 18 and 25 years of age when the programme takes place
3. English proficient, verbal and written
Team advisor:
1. Faculty/academic member (lecturer or teaching assistant) of a department or faculty of a tertiary education institution in the ASEAN Member States when the programme takes place
2. 25 years old or older on 3 September 2020
3. English proficient, verbal and written

For further details & Application: Official website,

Xiamen University International Scholarships for Doctoral, Masters and Undergraduate Students 2020, China


Disciplines: Any

XMU Scholarships for International Students

Application Guide to Xiamen University New International Students Scholarships for 2020

In 2006, XMU found out its own scholarships for international students studying in degree programs. Scholarship awardees will have their tuition fees covered. Moreover, monthly living allowances are going to be provided to outstanding postgraduates in accordance with the standards of Chinese Government Scholarships.

1. Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens in healthiness .

2. Educational background and age limits (as of September 1, 2020):

(1) Bachelor’s programs: hold a high school diploma or above and be under the age of 25;

(2) Master’s programs: hold a baccalaureate or above and be under the age of 40;

(3) Doctoral programs: hold a academic degree or above and be under the age of 45.

Duration of Scholarships

1. Bachelor’s programs: 4 or 5 years;

2. Master’s programs: 2 or 3 years;

3. Doctoral programs: 4 years.

Note: Scholarship recipients shall participate within the annual review in accordance with the relevant management regulations of the scholarships. those that pass the review can still apply for or enjoy the scholarships within the next school year . those that fail the review are going to be suspended or disqualified from the scholarships. the precise regulations and methods of the annual review shall be subject to the newest notice issued within the current year.

Eligible Countries International

Host Country China

Study Levels BADoctoralGraduateMAMaster’sPhDPostgraduateUndergraduate


SOAS Master’s Scholarships 2020, University of London, UK

University of London

SOAS, University of London



AnthropologyArt HistoryAsian StudiesCultureDevelopment StudiesEconomicsFinanceGender StudiesHistoryHuman RightsHumanitiesInternational RelationsLanguagesLawLinguisticsLiteratureManagementMiddle Eastern StudiesPhilosophyPolicyPolitical SciencesReligious StudiesSocial SciencesSociology

SOAS Master’s Scholarships

There are 11 SOAS Master’s scholarships available at SOAS. Each scholarship is valued at £19,229 in total. Fees are going to be deducted from this amount and therefore the remainder are going to be used toward maintenance.

Eligible Programmes
Eleven scholarships, one for every of the subsequent departments:

Part-time programmes or full-time 2 years aren’t eligible for the SOAS Master’s Scholarships.

  • School of Law – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • Department of Politics & International Studies – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • School of Finance & Management – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • Department of Economics – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • Department of Development Studies – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • School of History, Religions and Philosophies – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • Department of Anthropology and Sociology – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • School of Arts – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • Interdisciplinary Studies (Centre of Development, Environment and Policy, Centre of Gender Studies, Centre of worldwide Media and Communications & Centre of International Studies and Diplomacy) – any 12 months full-time master’s programme
  • School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics – Eligible programmes:
    • the full-time MA Linguistics
    • the full-time MA Language, Documentation and outline
    • the full-time MA Translation
    • the full-time MA literary study (Africa/Asia)
    • the full-time MA Cultural Studies
    • the full-time MA Postcolonial studies

Candidate Criteria

  • Applicants must possess or expect to be awarded a primary Class honours or equivalent. Students with a non-UK degree to be adjudged within the top rank by their referees and transcript.
  • This scholarship is hospitable UK/EU applicants only
  • Applicants must have a suggestion of admission to pursue one among the eligible full-time masters programmes at SOAS by the scholarship application deadline.
  • Applicants must meet English language condition of their offer of admission to review at SOAS as soon as possible but no later than 1 June 2020. If your offer is conditional on English, please arrange your English test and make sure you meet English requirements as soon as possible.
  • Please note that the majority scholarships don’t cover funding or maybe leave Pre-sessionals. Please check the wording of your scholarship offer carefully to ascertain if you’re eligible for a Pre-sessional course or whether you would like to realize SOAS direct entry scores by the deadline laid out in your scholarship terms and conditions.
  • The scholarship can’t be held along side the other major scholarship or studentship.

Eligible Countries International

Host Country United Kingdom

Study Levels MAMaster’s

For more information click “LINK” below.


Jagdish Bhagwati LLM Fellowship for Indian Students in USA, 2016-2017

agdish Bhagwati LLM Fellowship is open for Indian students at the Columbia University. Fellowship is available for pursuing LL.M. Program at Columbia Law School. Fellowship will provide partial to full funding for up to three fellows per academic year. The application deadline is December 15, 2015.

Study Subject(s): Fellowship is awarded to students who wish to specialize in the study of WTO law and multilateralism in trade, and their merits vis-à-vis plurilateral trade initiatives such as TTIP and TPP.
Course Level: Fellowship is available for pursuing LL.M. Program at Columbia Law School.
Scholarship Provider: Columbia University, USA
Scholarship can be taken at: USA

Eligibility: To be eligible for admission to the LL.M. Program, applicants must hold a first degree in law. A degree in a field other than law, even if followed by a master’s degree in law, generally does not suffice for admission. Applicants who have earned a law degree by correspondence course work or distance learning are not eligible for admission. As the LL.M. is a full-time program of study, students are not permitted to accept off-campus employment while enrolled in the program.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Indian students can apply this Jagdish Bhagwati LL.M. Fellowship.

Scholarship Description: The Indian government has underwritten the Jagdish Bhagwati Fellowship to support graduate students at Columbia Law School who wish to specialize in the study of WTO law and multilateralism in trade, and their merits vis-à-vis plurilateral trade initiatives such as TTIP and TPP. The Law School offers a comprehensive course in this area, co-taught by Professors Jagdish Bhagwati (Economics) and Petros C. Mavroidis (Law). In addition, the Law School and other divisions of Columbia University offer specialized seminars in international trade law and related topics. The Jagdish Bhagwati Fellowship will provide partial to full funding for up to three fellows per academic year.

Number of award(s): There are three fellowships available.

What does it cover? The Jagdish Bhagwati Fellowship will provide partial to full funding for up to three fellows per academic year.

How to Apply: A complete Jagdish Bhagwati LL.M. Fellowship Application consists of:
-A completed application for admission to the LL.M. program through LSAC, including your résumé/CV;
-A separate two-page essay describing your academic and professional exposure to international trade, as well as your specific interests within this area. Additionally, if as part of your LL.M. studies you are interested in conducting research in the area of international trade, detail your research agenda in your essay. Label the first page of your essay “Application for Jagdish Bhagwati Fellowship,” and upload the essay to the appropriate section of the LSAC online application; and
-A completed Application for Financial Assistance as part of the LSAC Online LL.M. application. In providing a candid picture of your financial resources, you are enabling the selection committee to determine the appropriate level of assistance to provide to each Fellow and to maximize the number of Fellowships it can award each year.

Online Application

Scholarship Application Deadline: The application deadline for the 2016-2017 Jagdish Bhagwati Fellowship is December 15, 2015 (the same deadline as the application for the LL.M. Program).

Further Official Scholarship Information and Application

MY Parliament Fellowship : Work with Members of Parliament.

MY Parliament Fellowship

MY Parliament Fellowship presents an opportunity for promising graduates and young working professionals to engage themselves in the policy making process and contribute to a better India. It is a platform for the change makers of tomorrow to get a holistic understanding and experiential learning of governance and public policy. The fellowship aims at transforming the citizens from passive recipients to active participants in a democracy.


The fellowship would be a unique opportunity for the fellow to interact and learn from various policy think tanks, policy professionals and practitioners from around the world. Subsequently they would be assigned to work on live projects in a selected constituency under the guidance of the respective MP.


The Aga Khan Foundation Scholarships 2015

Deadline: March 31, 2015

The Aga Khan Foundation provides a limited number of scholarships each year for postgraduate studies to outstanding students from select developing countries who have no other means of financing their studies, in order to develop effective scholars and leaders and to prepare them for employment, primarily within the AKDN. Scholarships are awarded on a 50% grant : 50% loan basis through a competitive application process once a year in June or July. The Foundation gives priority to requests for Master’s level courses but is willing to consider applications for PhD programmes, only in the case of outstanding students who are highly recommended for doctoral studies by their professors and who need a PhD for the fulfilment of their career objectives (academic or research oriented).

Applications for short-term courses are not considered; neither are applications from students who have already started their course of study.


Geographic Scope
The Foundation accepts applications from nationals of the following countries: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Syria, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Madagascar and Mozambique. In France, Portugal, UK, USA and Canada, applications are accepted from those who areoriginally from one of the above developing countries, are interested in development-related studies and who have no other means of financing their education.

Residency Requirement
The Foundation only accepts applications of eligible nationals listed above who are residing in one of the countries where there are local Aga Khan Foundation (AKF), Aga Khan Education Services (AKES), or Aga Khan Education Board (AKEB) offices which process applications and interview candidates.

Age Limit
Preference is given to students under 30 years of age.

Financial Assistance

The Foundation assists students with tuition fees and living expenses only. The cost of travel is not included in AKF scholarships. Funding for PhD programmes is only provided for the first two years of study, after which the students are expected to find alternative sources of assistance. Financial assistance is provided according to the needs of students, but the ISP must be considered a lender of last resort.

Loan Conditions

Half of the scholarship amount is considered as a loan, which must be reimbursed with an annual service charge of 5%. A guarantor is required to co-sign the loan agreement. The payback period is five years, starting six months after the study period funded by the Aga Khan Foundation.

Application Procedures

The application procedures of AKF’s International Scholarship Programme are decentralised. Students may obtain application forms as of January 1st each year from AKF offices or Aga Khan Education Services / Boards in their countries of current residence. Completed applications should be returned to the agency from which the form was obtained. They should not be sent to Geneva.

Application Deadline

The deadline for submission of entire completed applications is March 31, although in certain countries internal deadlines may be earlier in order to process and review applications. Applicants are advised to contact the local offices for  dates and requirements as these may vary from country to country. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

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Gandhi Fellowship Program 2015-2017 !

7 Reasons to join the Fellowship

You will get a grassroots understanding of various issues and eco systems.

As a Fellow, you will go beyond a theory of change to apply it in a real context. You will closely interact with the school eco-system – HM, Teachers, Children and the larger community. The first-hand feel of creating change on-ground will help you in understanding the challenges of the real world.

You will gain a deepened understanding of your own abilities as you experience change.

The only way to know yourself better is to put yourself in different and difficult circumstances and see how you react. From acting and reflecting, you will get insights into yourself – you will see old ideas of yourself fade away and find new strengths you didn’t know existed.

You will develop a strengthened peer network which you can leverage on in future.

You will be closely living and working with other fellows during the 2-year program. As you embark on a career of social change, you will find this network of change leaders invaluable.

You will create outer transformation by impacting both school and quality of learning.

How often do you get a chance in your life to change something significant? Imagine, if you transform 5 schools in these 2 years, you will have impacted the lives of children who will study in them forever.

You will have supportive ecosystem.

You will have a coach to guide you in resolving your challenges, get training in the form of induction, field visits & personal reflection workshops and there will be periodic expert reviews to help you understand your areas of improvement. You will receive supervision in rolling out the Academic Support Programme in schools and coaching in honing your own abilities.

You will learn to navigate through a multi-stakeholder system.

To make any social change happen, you must know how to work with different stakeholders. Working with different stakeholders in the school ecosystem will help you navigate any multi-stakeholder system.

You will be able to be articulate a strong Private Dream and find the means to fulfill it.

Working closely with social change and reflecting will help you identify your own private dream. The real-life experience will help you understand how to go about realizing it.

Before you fill up your application form for applying for the fellowship, these are certain things that you have to remember-

1) Create your log-in using email address and remember the password for further processes. You are allowed to submit ONLY ONE application for this year’s selection process.

2) Provide accurate contact information along with detailed academic and extra curricular data. Email address and mobile number provided in the application form must be available to you even after you leave your college or job.

3) Please fill the application form completely and click the submit button after saving your data.

4) Please do not send us printed or hand-written hard-copies of your application form.

5) This is an application form that requires you to take your time and give due thought to each question. While it will capture several pieces of essential information, it is also meant to give insights into you as a person.

We would like to know about your accomplishments and the roads that led to them, about important roles that you may have played as a leader or as the member of a team, about your capacity for problem solving and of course about the texture and depth of your drive to create constructive change in the world around.

Apply here

CSJ Legal Fellowships

CSJ is calling for applications from qualified Indian advocates for a two-year Fellowship program. CSJ’s Fellowship Program is a two-year program that serves as an apprenticeship for young professionals. The program develops young advocates into leaders who have refined and practical professional skills, high standards of personal and professional ethics and a heart to serve the poor and disadvantaged.

Fellows will directly represent clients of sexual violence throughout criminal proceedings, advocating for their best interests starting at the police station till judgment. The position is based in Delhi, India and requires little if any travel outside the area.

Besides the practical experience of handling cases of sexual violence, Fellows receive training in:

Leadership development

  • Self awareness
  • Character development
  • Servant leadership
  • Professional ethics

Soft skills development

  • Communication and presentations
  • Time management

Professional skills development

  • Substantive, procedural and evidentiary law on crimes of sexual violence
  • Physical, emotional and psychological impact of rape
  • Negotiation and persuasion
  • Client interviewing
  • Witness preparation
  • Legal research and writing
  • Direct and cross-examination
  • Case management


  • Bachelor of Laws degree required, Master of Laws preferred
  • Registered with the Bar Council of India
  • Demonstrated commitment to the poor and vulnerable sections of society
  • Excellent comprehension of written and spoken English and Hindi
  • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work in challenging, sometimes hostile, environments
  • Uncompromising insistence on truth, integrity and excellence in work
  • Persistent, bold, yet diplomatic, when standing up for client interests
  • Willingness to learn and stretch oneself beyond comfort levels
  • Willingness to respond to sexual violence cases at the police station at all times, including late night

Duration of Fellowship: Two years

Honorarium: During the first year, Fellows will receive an honorarium of Rs. 30,000 per month.  During the second year, the honorarium may increase based on merit.

Application deadline: Ongoing

Application process: Interested candidates should email a cover letter and curriculum vitae to CSJ will contact you shortly afterwards with further details if you meet the basic requirements.

For more info click here

Swaniti Fellow

Job Description:

a. Work with Member(s) of Parliament and Legislators on Swaniti Engagements where Fellows would work on research or program implementation as taken on by the Swaniti Team under the supervision of the Engagement Manager

b. Support in conducting research, and other additional support as recommended by Engagement Managers, for Parliamentarians and Legislators.

c. Lead any outreach efforts, as required by the Swaniti Team, in order to promote engagements and help disseminate information about the Swaniti work

d. Provide research support for development of knowledge outputs and other Research and Development activities as undertaken by Swaniti

e. Support Swaniti team in any other way required as deemed appropriate by the Engagement Manager


a. At least an undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) from premier College or University in India or abroad

b. Excellent academic and professional track record

c. Experience in collection, compilation and analysis of data

d. Specialization in the area of livelihood and/or gender (preferable)

e. 1-3 years of work experience (preferable)

Duration of Employment 
This is a full time opportunity with Swaniti with a minimum one-year commitment.

Application form available at


Gyan-Setu Fellowship

Gyan-Setu invites applications from young, motivated and passionate people, to be involved in Gyan-Setu as a Fellow. This one year full-time Fellowship program (extendible up to two years) will provide an opportunity to up to 5 fellows to be a part of this unique program aimed at working towards “national integration” in remote areas of India through “science-based education” using “hands-on activities”.

As a Gyan-Setu Fellow, you will be able to collectively reach out to and influence around 25,000 students from 500 schools spread across remote areas from 8 states, through hands-on educational activities conducted by around 300 volunteers.

You will have learning opportunity on broadly three aspects, as illustrated in the image below.

Fellowship concept map 2

  • School education: You will get to learn various aspects about school education, in particular science education, through your involvement in designing and conducting hands-on activities supplementary to national curriculum framework.
  • Management and leadership skills: You will learn and practice management, communication skills, team work and leadership abilities through coordination of the program with volunteers, Regional partner organizations and the organizing team.
  • Community development in remote areas: You will develop a first-hand and in-depth understanding of social conditions in remote areas of developmentally challenged states (program locations of Gyan-Setu). This will be through your regular field visits and Study-based project.


If you are in your final year of graduation and if you expect to complete it before the joining date of Fellowship, you can apply. The students not in their final year of graduation are not eligible.

The selection of Fellows will be based on the following criteria.

  • Good academic record
  • Passion to work in education field: good experience of designing and conducting educational activities for school children
  • Intent to work towards disadvantaged/under-served sections of the society
  • Leadership qualities: experience of leading an initiative at college or professional level
  • Team work/Organizational attitude: experience of organizing an activity in a team, e.g. college events.

Applicants will be selected through the following three steps.

Q. What are the deadlines and other important dates for application?

A. The important dates are as follows.

  • Starting of online applications: 15th March, 2014
  • Closing of online applications: 15th April, 2014
  • Telephonic interviews: 16th to 20th April, 2014
  • In-person interviews + On-field visit: 1st to 15th May, 2014
  • Joining of selected Fellows: 20th May, 2014
  • Fellowship duration: June, 2014 to June, 2015

ou will be invited to Pune for the third and last step of selection procedure i.e. in-person interview and on-field visit. Accommodation and food will be provided for this, in Pune and at locations of the on-field visit. But travel expenses (for both interview and on-field visit) will be required to be managed by the applicants. No reimbursement will be provided for this. However, if some applicant is unable to make the expenses for on-field visit, he/she can be provided financial support, assessing the need on one-on-one basis. This will be decided only when an applicant reaches this last step of selection procedure.

SpicyIP Fellowship: Call for Applications

WORK DESCRIPTION: researching and writing on developments in the Indian intellectual property rights and innovation policy scenario.

WHO CAN APPLY: The 2013-2014 fellowship is open to all interested students and carries a stipend of Rs. 15,000.


As their mission statement reads, writers at Spicy IP are bound by an interest in fostering a more transparent, collaborative and productive IP and Innovation eco-system in India. Last year, Managing IP listed SpicyIP as one of the top 50 shapers of the future of intellectual property! With their email subscription list now having over 3500 members and their blog receiving over 80,000 viewers monthly, their blog stats too show the growth they’ve had over the years. Some of our their achievements are listed here. They are now looking to share this platform with up to 3 new similarly dedicated Fellows.

  • Fellows will be chosen based on quality of guest posts submitted to us over a 6 week period from 14th December, 2012 to 25th January, 2013.
  • At least three guest posts per applicant need to be submitted in this 6 week period.
  • These guest posts are to be submitted to with “fellowship” in the subject line. (important: if “fellowship” is not put in the subject line, the mail may be missed)


  • Ability to research
  • Critical analysis
  • Ability to write succinctly
  • Language skills


  • All students and recent graduates are welcome to apply.
  • To be considered for the Fellowship, each applicant must submit at least 3 guest posts within the 6 week period from 14th December, 2012 to 25th January, 2013.
  • These guest posts must pass our standard editorial check for the blog which include:
    • A upper word limit of 900 words per post.
    • Clarity of language
    • Clear analysis
    • Relevance of topic
    • Posts on current events will be preferred but conceptual and purely analytical posts will be accepted too.
    • If the topic has already been covered on the blog, then the post will not be carried unless it brings in a new angle or overlooked aspect.


  • Once selected, Fellows will be on a probationary period for the first month (February 2013).
  • Fellows will be required to either:
    • Write 6 posts per month for 12 months. If notified in advance, this can be reduced to 4 per month during internship periods; and a complete break period for exam durations.; OR 
    • 5 posts per month for 12 months. If notified in advance, up to 4 weeks can be taken off.
  • These posts can be either the Fellow’s own preferred topics so long as they fit within our broader mission statement or can be chosen from a pool of topics open to all members.
  • These posts must be a minimum of 350 words per post.
  • The fellowship period will begin on February 1st, 2013 and run till January 31st, 2014.
  • The stipend will be paid in in 3 parts of Rs 5000 each, payable every 4 months for the duration of the fellowship.


  • The Fellows will be selected from the guest posters during the above mentioned 6 week period and will be notified as soon as it ends on 25th January, 2013.
  • Based on these submitted guest posts, current SpicyIP team members will decide by consensus to whom the Fellowships will be awarded.
  • Once selected, the Fellows will be announced on the blog.
  • Up to three Fellows may be selected.


  • Once selected, if an applicant does not fulfill or otherwise terminates his obligation before the end of the fellowship period, the fellowship will be considered cancelled.
  • The same will be notified on the blog and that applicant will receive no more than what s/he has already received up to that point.
  • For the duration of the first month of the fellowship, i.e., February 2013, the Fellow will be on a probationary period and we reserve the right to terminate the fellowship if the candidate is deemed unfit in that period.