Posted by: Hendra Siry | 6 February, 2009

EU-scholarship for residents in South-East Asia

A new EU-scholarship opportunity,  EMMA programme (Erasmus Mundus Mobility with Asia), has become available for residents in South-East Asia.

Deadline for application is 28 February 2009!

The EMMA program profides funding opportunities for students, researchers and academic staff to take part in ‘mobilities’ between the target group countries and the EU. The programme offers study scholarships to attend courses at Master of Science level, pursue PhDs, Post Doctoral research and to facilitate academic staff exchange.

Eligable countries are: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar/Burma, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

For more information on the EMMA program and the other European partners, please refer to the EMMA home-page: http://math.unice.fr/EMMA

Option for study placement

ITC – the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation – (ITC) was selected to be a European Partner in this so-called EMMA programme (Erasmus Mundus Mobility with Asia)

ITC offers courses in Applied Earth Sciences (including disaster studies e.g. floods, landslides, earthquakes) , water resource management, natural resources, urban planning, earth opbeservation and geo-information science.

For the training opportunities at ITC, please visit ITC-EMMA page http://www.itc.nl/external/emma/fields.htm

Please note that the Hazard and Disaster related trainings fall under the program Applied Earth Sciences (section “Geography and Geology”)

Applicants affiliated with one of the Asian partner institutes (see below) can apply as “target group 1”; Nationals of the EMMA-countries can apply as “target group 2”; – Students living in a vulnerable situation in EMMA-countries can apply as “target group 3” (see EMMA website for details)

The Asian Consortium Partners are: Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (Bangladesh) ; BRAC University (Bangladesh) ; University of Dhaka (Bangladesh) ; Royal University of Phnom Penh (Cambodia); Jadavpur University (India); NED University of Engineering & Technology (Pakistan); Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines) ; University of the Philippines- Diliman (Philippines) .


Responses

  1. Sir/Madam

    I am an inhabitant of Bangladesh. I have successfully completed my secondary, higher secondary school certificate courses and University level. Now I am studying in master’s level. The name of my university is Shahjalal University of Science &Technology, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh. Now I am in M.S.S 1st year 2nd semester at Social Work discipline. I have already completed B.S.S (Hon’s) 4 years graduation course from 160 credits and CGPA is 3.42 out of 4.00. My class position was 1st at that time.
    But more recently I am interested to engage myself to any foreign institution about to enrich my educational qualification with the programmed of masters or equivalent regarding this subject (Social Work/ Social Welfare).

    I am from Bangladesh which is situated in least develop country so it is not possible me to continue my study with high academic cost. So if there any opportunity for me to admit in any top most institution with 100% Scholarship both (Academic & Accommodation completely) then it will be possible for me to analysis my dream for the future trend of my Study. If it is possible, please mail me or telephonic contact about this process. I hope that you will give me the positive responses.

    You’re faithfully
    MD. Kamrujjaman
    3027 2nd Student Hall
    Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh
    Kamrujjaman_sust@yahoo.com
    Cell : +8801912432332


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