Scholarships for Singaporean

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Bondless Scholarships/Free Education/Low Tuition for Singaporean

I saw surfing around and found this info.
It might interest smart students looking for scholarships.

http://www.newzealandeducated.com/scholarships/page2.html

New Zealand International Undergraduate Fees Scholarships
Funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand, the New Zealand International Undergraduate Fees Scholarships (NZIUFS) are a significant educational opportunity.

The Scholarships provide financial support by way of international tuition fees for eligible students from designated localities undertaking undergraduate study at New Zealand institutions. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

A World Class Opportunity
New Zealand institutions provide the opportunity to study under internationally recognised academics and researchers in a range of disciplines. A qualification from a New Zealand institution ranks with the best internationally.

New Zealand degrees have a reputation globally for being practical, modern and desirable. In some niche areas such as biotechnology, forensic science and marine engineering, New Zealand degrees are acknowledged as being world leading. Students educated in the New Zealand education environment are earning a reputation as a new breed of innovative thinkers and are enjoying success the world over.

Educational Partnership
The New Zealand International Undergraduate Scholarships reflect the New Zealand Government’s commitment to deepening New Zealand’s educational partnerships with participating countries and regions.

The New Zealand education system provides students with the knowledge and skills to achieve results equal to the world’s best. The scholarship programme is about sharing this excellence with the rest of the world, and bringing the best from elsewhere to share their knowledge with New Zealand.

Up to 28 scholarships will be awarded for students undertaking undergraduate study in the 2006 New Zealand academic year. Students are to submit their applications to the designated agency in their country of citizenship. They will then nominate a set number of candidates to Education New Zealand for final selection.

***** please refer to post
http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/showpost.php?p=31045914&postcount=156
 
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"Be in the top 10% or at an 'Excellent' level in the final secondary qualification in their country and first year of university." ... woah, not easy huh
y do they want to offer to 1st yr uni student? What do they mean by excellent level? First class, second upper?
 

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y do they want to offer to 1st yr uni student? What do they mean by excellent level? First class, second upper?
Sillporeans questions too much. When things are given free, most ppl will take and don't ask why! If U really like to know, email them and perhaps u can post it here to share. How many Hardwarezoners know about this scholarship. How many Sillyporeans are aware of it?
 

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Another Scholarship I found....

http://www.jeffersonscholars.org/undergraduate/

Jefferson Scholars Undergraduate Entering Class, 2005-2006:

18 states 2 foreign countries 83% recognized by National Merit Scholarship Corporation 63% members of National Honor Society or Cum Laude Society 100% rank in top 5 percent of high school class 1523 average combined SAT score 25 perfect scores of 800 on either math or verbal section

The Selection Process

Awarded solely on the basis of merit, Jefferson Scholarships are granted to candidates who have undergone a rigorous selection process. Each year the Foundation identifies finalists through two avenues: 45 regional competitions around the country, and a separate competition for all students, including international applicants to U.Va., attending schools not eligible to compete in the regional competitions. For the 2004-2005 competition, the Foundation received over 800 nominations from secondary schools participating in the regional competitions. Regional selection committees—comprised of alumni and friends of the University—review transcripts, extracurriculars, essays, and teacher recommendations before conducting one or more rounds of interviews.

Of these regional nominees, 85 finalists were chosen to come to Charlottesville to compete at the National Selection Weekend. Additionally, with the cooperation of the University's Office of Admission, all applicants to the University who attended secondary schools outside the geographical regions, applicants to the Schools of Nursing and Architecture, and all international applicants were screened as potential Jefferson Scholar candidates. In 2004-2005 the Jefferson Scholars Foundation invited eleven of these additional candidates to the national competition.

In March, all 96 finalists arrived on Grounds for the four-day National Selection Weekend. Activities included participation in seminars led by University professors, a written exercise, a math/logic exam, and personal interviews. At the competition’s conclusion, the National Selection Committee offered Jefferson Scholarships to 44 of the finalists.

No one may apply for a Jefferson Scholarship. For the regional competitions, a prospective Jefferson Scholar must be nominated by his/her school (eligible schools may nominate one student per year from the senior class). A total of 2,100 secondary schools were eligible to participate in the regional competitions in 2004-2005. To be considered in the at-large and international screening processes, students must have applied to the University and returned their completed application to the Office of Admission by January 1. Additionally, at-large and international candidates must request that the Educational Testing Service forward their SAT results directly to the University.
 

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Another scholarship that is well known by ppl going to OZ..

http://www.scholarships.unsw.edu.au/internat.htm
http://www.scholarships.unsw.edu.au/GJ application form.pdf
The UNSW Golden Jubilee Scholarships (I)

The Scholarships provide tuition fees for the minimum program duration. The Scholarships have been established to encourage outstanding Diplomats from Singapore and Malaysia to complete an undergraduate degree at UNSW. To be eligible, applicant's must be proposing to undertake an undergraduate qualification at UNSW in one of the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, the Built Environment, Commerce and Economics, Engineering, Science or the College of Fine Arts. Successful applicants will be granted advanced standing on the basis of their studies in Singapore and Malaysia. It is expected that the successful applicants will be the most outstanding or the second highest ranked final year diplomate graduating from Engineering, Business, Biotechnology, Mass Communications, Information Technology, Science, Architecture and Built Environment (including Industrial Design). Applicants must be graduands of the following institutions and have achieved the grades or standards indicated:

Singapore


  • Nanyang Polytechnic- A or Distinction Average over the duration of the course
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic- A or Distinction Average over the duration of the course or be Merit Award Recipients
  • Singapore Polytechnic- A or AD/Distinction Average over the duration of the course
  • Temasek Polytechnic- A or Distinction Average over the duration of the course
  • Republic Polytechnic - A or Distinction Average over the duration of the course
 

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universities overseas offering scholarships to international students

York University
http://www.yorku.ca/web/futurestudents/scholarships/Scholarship_Intl.html

Awarded automatically based on academic performance
If you qualify for one of these awards, you will receive an email and follow-up letter letting you know the name of the scholarship you have won and the amount of your award.


The Global Leader of Tomorrow Award (4)

CND$15,000 renewable up to 4 years

- Outstanding academic achievement (A average or equivalent)
- Nominated by your high school
- Demonstrated record of community service
- Achievement in the arts or sports
- Excellence in other areas of individual endeavour
- Preference given where financial needs demonstrated
- Entering undergraduate program in:
* Faculty of Arts
* Atkinson (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Administrative Studies only)
* Environmental Studies
* Fine Arts
* Glendon
* Science & Engineering
* Schulich School of Business
- Not out of full-time school for more than two years
- To renew - must have a high academic standing (7.8 on a 9-point York scale)

Partial awards are listed
http://www.studycanada.ca/singapore/scholarships.htm
 
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If u don't know anything related to my qns, my response to a busybody singaporean like u is to shut up
Alrighty! next time I see your BIG NAME, am I am F***** busybody. I shut my big gap.. haha
 

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hey guys keep this post alive please. its actually a very good threat for students. btw, post more of these offers for poly people especially like the unsw one.
 

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Another one, by Busybody..
I heard from XXX that a guy from NP got this..

Uni of Arizona
Might be ulu Uni b4.. but McCain might have help?? LOL

National Magazine Rankings
U.S. News & World Report's 2008 edition of "America's Best Colleges" lists UA in the top tier of its "Best National Universities" and 45th among public universities.
UA undergraduate programs that garner special attention in the U.S. News & World Report rankings include:

- Business (Eller College of Management), No. 21
- Accounting, No. 25
- Entrepreneurship, No. 6; No. 4 among public programs
- Management, No. 20
- Management Information Systems, No. 4; No. 2 among public programs
- Marketing, No. 17

U.S. News also cites UA's College of Engineering among the top 50 engineering programs in the nation.

Graduate programs and specializations that U.S. News ranked in the nation's top 25 are:
- Applied math, No. 13
- Analytical chemistry, No. 7
- Atomic/molecular/optical physics, No. 8
- Audiology, No. 8
- Entrepreneurship, No. 13
- Environmental Health, No. 25
- Geology, No. 7
- Geochemistry, No. 16
- Geophysics, No. 12
- Industrial/Manufacturing, No. 23
- Latin American History, No. 11
- Pharmacy, No. 4
- Photography, No. 9
- Rehabilitation Counseling, No. 5
- Social Psychology, No. 5
- Sociology, No. 17
- Speech-language pathology, No. 6

Programs ranked top 50:
37 Political Sci
42 Math
35 Physics
46 Public Affairs
30 Public Affairs Specialties: Public Management Administration
26 Clinical Psychology
46 History
41 Economics

http://internationalstudents.arizona.edu/new_scholarship.shtml

The UA has limited number of academic scholarships available to new undergraduate international students at their first point of entry to the University of Arizona. However, scholarships based on need are not available. To become eligible for consideration, you must meet the following criteria:
  1. Submit an undergraduate admission application (with $75 application fee) to the UA International Student Admissions Office. The undergraduate application for admission also serves as the application for the scholarship. The application must be complete, including financial guarantee verification documentation. You can access the international undergraduate admission application online at http://admissions.arizona.edu/International.html.

    If you have further questions or if you do not have access to the internet you can call International Student Admissions: (520) 621-3111 or write:

    International Student Undergraduate Admissions
    University of Arizona
    P.O. Box 210040
    Tucson, AZ 85721
    United States of America

    You may also e-mail your request to intluga@arizona.edu.
  2. You must have completed the equivalent of a U.S. High school education program that is recognized by the Ministry of Education in your home country. An applicant's academic record will be evaluated according to the national standards of his or her country and equivalency to the American education system. Scores from aptitude test, for example, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the Academic Collegiate Test (ACT), may also be reviewed in determining an applicant's academic competitiveness. Though not required, these scores may enhance your application.
All students are urged to apply for admission well in advance of the semester they wish to attend. However, the application for admission and all required credentials must reach the university by April 1 for the summer (June and July) and fall (beginning in August) terms; and October 1 for the spring term (beginning in January). If you are selected as a recipient of a scholarship, you will be contacted by the end of the semester prior to your entry to the UA.

* The following information applies to scholarships awarded prior to Fall 2006.* Scholarships awarded in Fall 2006 and after have different terms and conditions.

These scholarships cover tuition fees or tuition and registration fees for up to eight semesters or until the completion of the first undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona. Students who are awarded an International Student Scholarship must fulfill the following requirements each semester in order to continue receiving this scholarship:


  1. Maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.50
  2. Complete 20 community service hours each semester in which an award is received. Students must complete a Community Service Affidavit and submit it to ISPS at the end of each semester. Click here for links to community organizations or visit the Project Volunteer Office on Campus.
  3. Complete a minimum of 12 undergraduate units at the University of Arizona for credit each semester.
Scholarship students who do not continue to fulfill these requirements jeopardize continued receipt of their award.

If you have further questions regarding the International Student Scholarship program
e-mail isps@email.arizona.edu.

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Tuiition fees for 2008/2009 = US$19K.
after taking 12+ credits, You are charged at a fix rate.
http://www.bursar.arizona.edu/students/fees/?term=091&feetype=uasouth-SV

summer and winter session International students pay in-state rate.
2008 summer: 9 credits = US$2231, regular rate is US$7006.50, a savings of 68%!
Residents and Non-Residents are charged tuition at the same rate for Summer and Winter Sessions.
 
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Not real real Scholarship but you pay less, maybe CND$3000 a yr? In Quebec.

http://www.meq.gouv.qc.ca/gr-pub/m_englis.htm
http://www.mcgill.ca/student-accounts/fees/tuition/exemptions/

List of "RANKED" Quebec Universities
McGill Uni - Ranked 1 in Medical Doctoral 2005 ranking
Uni of Montreal - Ranked 7 in Medical Doctoral 2005 ranking
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Concordia - Ranked 8 in [/font]Comprehensive 2005 ranking
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Bishop’s - Ranked 5 in [/font]Primarily undergraduate 2005 ranking

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Exemptions from differential fees
In accordance with the regulations prescribed by the Ministère de l`Éducation, Loisir et Sport du Québec (MELS) there are eight categories of exemption from international tuition fees; these are outlined below. A complete list of the guidelines and regulations can be read in the "Politique Relative aux Droits de Scolarité Exigés des Étudiants Étrangers par les Universités du Québec" on the Ministère de l`Éducation, Loisir et Sport du Québec (MELS) website.

Students wishing to qualify for one of these categories must complete an International Fee Exemption form which can be obtained from the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's Office and provide all the relevant documents required for the category. Questions related to any of the above exemptions may be addressed to the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's Office.

For more information on the documents required for each exemption category and application procedures, please refer to the Admission, Recruitment and Registrar's Office website.


  1. Citizens of France
  2. Citizens of those countries which have signed an agreement with the Ministère de l`Éducation, Loisir et Sport du Québec (MELS)
  3. Students admitted to Canada under section 7(1)(a) of the Immigration Act — diplomatic, consular and other representatives of foreign countries, the UN, and other international agencies, their dependents and entourage
  4. Students whose status as a convention refugee has been accepted by the Canadian Government
  5. Students enrolled in an eligible French degree program
  6. Students whose spouse or unmarried students whose parent holds a Temporary Work Permit valid for a position in Quebec
  7. Students employed by, or dependents of those employed by a recognized non-Governmental International Organization
  8. Students participating in a Fonds de la Recherche en Santé du Québec program
 
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Since so many Singaporeans going UofMelb, they must be aware of this.

http://wff2.ecom.unimelb.edu.au/future/ugrad/scholarships.html


International Undergraduate Scholarships

International students who are offered a place in the single Bachelor of Commerce at the University are automatically considered for a scholarship by the Faculty of Economics and Commerce. There are 12 international undergraduate scholarships available each year. They are valued at 25% fee remission.

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Scholarships


Melbourne Access Scholarships

Up to 200 Melbourne Access Scholarships are available to students who have experienced ongoing circumstances which impact on their preparation for university study. These scholarships provide a HECS exempt Commonwealth supported place and an allowance of $2,000 per year for up to four years.

In 2006 the Faculty of Economics and Commerce has 33 of these scholarships for students in the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Commerce/combined degree, except for BCom/BMus and the BCom/LLB. These students should refer to the Faculty of Music and Faculty of Law respectively.

Applications for 2006 entry closed on 7 October, 2005. Information about closing dates for 2007 will be posted once it becomes available.

For more information about Access Melbourne, see the University's Access Melbourne brochure, or visit www.access.unimelb.edu.au .

For more information visit http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/scholarships/ugrad/prospect/access.html

Melbourne National Scholarships

Melbourne National Scholarships are nationally recognised awards which are highly sought after by outstanding students from Victoria and interstate. Selection is based on academic merit and takes into account ENTER score achieved, school reference, awards received and activities.

Applications for 2006 entry closed on 31 October, 2005. Information about closing dates for 2007 will be posted once it becomes available.

For more information visit http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/scholarships/ugrad/prospect/national.html

Commonwealth Learning Scholarships

There are two types of Commonwealth Learning Scholarships which aim to assist low-income students with their tertiary education.

Applications for new students in 2006 closed on 7 October, 2005. Information about closing dates for 2007 will be posted once it becomes available.

For more information visit http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/scholarships/ugrad/prospect/CLS.html

Economics and Commerce Merit Scholarships

The Faculty of Economics and Commerce offers up to ten scholarships to domestic students enrolled in the single Bachelor of Commerce degree. International students are not eligible. Selection is based on academic merit. Students must be enrolled full-time for the duration of their degree. The scholarships are valued at a maximum of $7000 for three years.

No application is necessary. All domestic students who are offered a place in the single BCom are automatically considered.

International Undergraduate Scholarships

International students who are offered a place in the single Bachelor of Commerce at the University are automatically considered for a scholarship by the Faculty of Economics and Commerce. There are 12 international undergraduate scholarships available each year. They are valued at 25% fee remission.

No application is necessary. International students offered a place in the single BCom are automatically considered.

For more information visit http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/scholarships/ugrad/prospect/internat.html

A.G Whitlam International Scholarships

The following scholarships are available through the generousity of the late Arthur Gordon Whitlam and are funded from the AG Whitlam Trust:

International Partner Institutions

Up to 8 scholarships are available per year to international students entering the Bachelor of Commerce who have attended one of the following international partner institutions:

Trinity Foundation Program, HELP, Taylors College, Sunway, BNU Zhuhai, Markham College. In addition Polytechnics and Singapore A Level students are considered.
 

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Another partial Scholarship for those heading to Adelaide Uni.


http://www.international.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships/ua/



The Adelaide Achiever Scholarships International (AASI) (OPEN)
Up to 11 Adelaide Achiever Scholarships may be available to international students from any country undertaking study in any academic discipline*. Benefits are payment of 50% tuition fees for the normal duration of the program.

* Scholarships awarded to students undertaking the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery program are only available for the first four years.
 

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Super Ulu School to many, University of Helsinki, have 1 Nobel Prize winner and CEO of Nokia as of June 2006.

Not Scholarships.. just found that it is NUS exchange Partner maybe good?
http://bba.nus.edu/sep_outgoing_partneru.htm

http://www.helsinki.fi/admissions/undergraduate_applicants.htm
http://www.helsinki.fi/studying/fees_and_costs.shtml
There are no tuition fees for regular degree students in Universities in Finland - education is subsidised by the State through the Ministry of Education. This applies also to the international degree students as well as exchange and visiting students.

The student unions in universities, however, charge an annual membership fee to cover their activities. At the University Helsinki, the fee was 67 € for the academic year 2005-06. Student health services are included in this fee. Membership is compulsory for those who are studying for their Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees; doctoral students may join the union if they wish. As for the exchange students, they do not have to pay the fee thanks to the regulations of exchange programmes and agreements, the fee is paid for them by the International Student Services.

All students have to pay for their books and other materials, plus their accommodation and living expenses. The total monthly living expenses of a single student average from 600 to 900 €. The rents in student dormitories and residence halls vary from 280 to 500 € per month.

The Student Union membership entitles students to various services at affordable prices as well as to different kinds of student discounts. In some cases the student status itself may give students some benefits.
 
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Another Super ulu Uni to many ppl but have 1 Nobel Prize winner! Gothenburg University, largest University in sweden. Below Program is taught in English and FREE Lah...

A link to a Ton of info for those planning to go for international experience in Sweden! Head easy to immigrate there., much easier than Oz or NZ...
http://www.swedenabroad.com/pages/general____40105.asp

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Software Engineering and Management (International), 120 p (*** OLD ***)
Software Engineering and Management, Bachelor´s Programme, 180 scp ( Updated in 2007)


http://www.ait.gu.se/english/education/bachelor/se_m180hec/

The competence to develop, integrate and adapt IT-solutions is vital for the exploitation of the societal and commercial potential of information technology. A highly educated and specialized work force with competence in software development, process technologies and leadership are therefore part of the foundation for IT development in society. The programme is given by the IT University of Göteborg, a collaboration of Göteborg University and Chalmers University of Technology.

Careers
The profession that you are being trained for is international in its character, where the majority of the literature and the nomenclature are in English. The workplaces where you are expected to do future work are also international to their character. The programme is multi-disciplinary and covers aspects of information sciences, informatics, business administration etc.

Subject-matter
The most obvious character of the programme is its explicit focus on practise oriented project work, where you work in a group with real problems and owners of demands. Each term consists of 3-4 shorter theory courses as well as a project course of 10 credit points (15 ECTS).
Each of the six terms have a theme. The theme determines the learning focus and thus also which major practical project is carried out that term.
• Term 1: Programming, programs and data
• Term 2: Systems development and organizational change
• Term 3: Intelligent agents and networks
• Term 4: Embedded systems and product development
• Term 5: Systems architecture in integration 3
• Term 6: IT management and software development processes.
In the beginning of the term the focus is on the more theoretical aspects, then moving on to the project work. The programme is international in its character and the education is given entirely in English.

Degree
Filosofie kandidatexamen i tillämpad informationsteknologi med inriktning mot Software Engineering and Management (Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Information Technology, specializing in Software Engineering and Managament).

For more information, see:
http://www.ituniv.se


Entrance Requirements: All students should fulfill the general entrance requirements for university studies in Sweden. All teaching, communication and literature will be in English and the programme will be open for foreign students without any knowledge of Swedish. Excellent knowledge in English is needed, the formal requirements being English A (or corresponding). The general entrance requirements and those for English A can be found at www.gu.se/English/student/adm.html. There is also a special requirements of Mathematics C (or corresponding).
Start/term: Autumn 2006, full time (100 %), Normal

Selection
Grades from upper secondary school.

Application and admission
The programme starts autumn 2006.
Applications are sent to the IT University of Göteborg at the latest March 1st 2006.
Application material and instructions can be found at www.ituniv.se/education or admission@ituniv.se. Send the application to the IT University of Göteborg, P.O. Box 8718, SE-402 75 Göteborg.

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http://www.studybarents.net/?deptid=21882
In Sweden you are allowed to work during your studies .
 
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Another Ulu one, but have 5 Nobel prize winners (2 in Econ, 1 in Physics, 1 in Chemistry, 1 for Peace) and it is largest Uni in Norway.

The University of Oslo.


http://www.uio.no/english/academics/admission/rds/financing.html
http://www.uio.no/english/student_life/budget.html

There are no tuition fees at the University of Oslo; however, the cost of living in Norway is high. We therefore emphasise that applicants to Degree Studies at all levels must provide their own financing and therefore the importance of having a realistic financial plan prior to coming to Norway.

In order to obtain a residence permit for Norway, students are required to document the possession of NOK 80,000 per year to cover living expenses.

The Norwegian immigration authorities may insist on documentary evidence of adequate means of support for the entire period of study. This means that you will be required to document this amount for each year of your entire stay in Norway before you will be granted a residence permit. The Norwegian immigration authorities are very strict on this point; an application for a student visa which lacks such documentation will be turned down.
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http://www.studybarents.net/?deptid=21882

In Norway , international students are not allowed to work the first semester they are there, you should bring sufficient funds to cover your entire stay in Norway .
 
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Someone looking at HongKong University.. prompt me to look if there are aid available.
Regular Tuition fee is HKD$70,000 for 2006-2007.
Will update post if I can find more info.

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Academic Awards

Around 1,200 scholarships and prizes are available for undergraduate students. The value of individual awards ranges from HK$1,000 to around HK$100,000, and the combined value of awards each year reaches HK$11 million. These scholarships and prizes are awarded on both academic merit and/or other specific conditions stipulated by the donors.

Some scholarships are advertised, and undergraduates can apply directly. Other scholarships and prizes are not publicised, and Heads of the applicable departments or Deans of Faculties are requested to recommend suitable nominees. For more details, please visit the Student Academic Awards website.


Academic Awards, Board of

Miss Joanne Fong

28592442

jfong@reg.hku.hk

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Faculty of Arts - Scholarships and award

http://arts.hku.hk/homepage/scholarships.html

School of Business
http://www.fbe.hku.hk/programs/index.asp?doc=scholarships
 
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Partial Scholarships/award for UK studies

Imperial College London
Agricola Scholarships up to £3,000 each.
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/P7098.htm

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University of Leeds - Biz school
http://scholarships.leeds.ac.uk/

Leeds University Business School - Undergraduate Scholarships
- 10 Awards
Closing date: See description.
Scholarships contributing £2500 towards fees are available to: 2 students from Gulf States, 2 students from Africa, 2 students from India, 2 students from South-east Asia (includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam) and 2 students from China . UCAS applicants who have applied for entry in September 2006 will automatically be considered after results have been notified to the Business School. The Business School will contact successful candidates.

Leeds University Business School - Undergraduate Scholarships
- 2 Awards
Closing date: See description.

Two scholarships contributing £3,000 towards fees are available to students from any non-EU country. UCAS applicants who have applied for entry in September 2006 will automatically be considered after results have been notified to the Business School. The Business School will contact successful candidates.

Leeds University Business School - Undergraduate Scholarships
- 1 Award
Closing date: See description

One scholarship paying full fees is available to students from any non-EU country. UCAS applicants, who have applied for entry in September 2006, will automatically be considered after results have been notified to the Business School. The Business School will contact successful candidates.

School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering - Carter Bursary (Singapore) - Variable number of Awards Closing date: Open

These bursaries provide a contribution of £1,750 towards academic fees and are available to all new undergraduate students from Singapore. Not usually held in conjunction with any other award. Available each year of study, subject to satisfactory performance.


School of Mathematics - Leeds International Bursary - Variable number of Awards Closing date: See description.

The School of Mathematics are offering a contribution of £400 towards academic fees to all Year 1 International students. The awards are renewable only after satisfactory progress during each year.

Procter Department of Food Science - Undergraduate Scholarship
- Variable number of Awards Closing date: Open

A number of scholarships contributing £1000 towards academic fees are available to international students accepted onto Food Science, Food Bioscience, Food Studies and Nutrition, and Food Production, Processing and Marketing courses.

Institute of Psychological Sciences - International Scholarships
- Unlimited Closing date: July 2006

Awards contributing £1,000 per academic year for each year that a student pays international fees are available to students who wish to study the BSc Psychology degree at Leeds. Scholarships will be awarded once a student has been accepted onto the course.

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University of Sussex
http://www.sussex.ac.uk/scholarships_and_bursaries/ug/overseas/
Chancellor's International Scholarships

Up to forty Chancellor's International Scholarships of £2,200 are available to new overseas fee paying students each year who are applying to study at Undergraduate and Postgraduate taught degree level.

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Northumbria University
http://northumbria.ac.uk/brochure/international/gl/scholarships/


In most cases the amount of scholarship given will be in the range GBP £ 500-2,000. If you are awarded a scholarship, your tuition fees in your first academic year of study will be reduced by the relevant amount. All of the schools listed below are offering scholarships in all subject areas:

School Amount Applied Sciences £ 500 Arts and Social Sciences £ 1,000 Built Environment £ 500-£ 2,000 Computing, Engineering and Information Sciences £ 1,000 Design £ 1,000 Health, Community and Education Studies £ 500 Law £ 1,000 Newcastle Business School £ 1,000 Psychology and Sports Sciences £ 500
 
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The University of British Columbia
Cost of attending : CND$21K for Biz, CND$21.5K for Engineering
http://students.ubc.ca/welcome/finance.cfm?page=scholarships&view=international

Not too Ulu Uni... look at NUS site
http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/AbtUs/milestones.htm
"1961
Staff from the University of British Columbia were seconded to the sub-department of Business Administration, Department of Economics. "

International Leaders of Tomorrow Award


The University of British Columbia offers a limited number of financial awards for international students. The International Leader of Tomorrow program provides access to UBC for outstanding international students who do not have the economic means to study at the post-secondary level.

These awards are only available to students who are neither Canadian citizens nor permanent residents of Canada, and who will be studying at UBC in an undergraduate program on a Canadian study permit. The International Leader of Tomorrow awards range in value from $14,000 to $34,000 CAD, depending on financial need.

To be eligible, students must demonstrate an exceptional level of scholastic achievement, extracurricular achievement, leadership abilities, and that they would not be able to attend UBC without receiving the award.

Both secondary and post-secondary schools are invited to nominate one student from their school. Students must be attending the institution that nominates them at the time of their nomination. The deadline for completed nomination packages for the 2006 Awards is February 28, 2006. Counsellors interested in nominating students for the 2006 Awards may request a nomination package from UBC's International Student Recruitment and Reception office, beginning fall 2005.

Please note that students interested in these awards must have their counsellor contact International Student Reception to request a package. Nomination packages will not be sent directly to students.
 
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