Bursa per Shqiptaret

Diskutime tek 'Rrjeti i Studenteve Shqiptare ne Bote' filluar nga alinos, 11 Oct 2005.

  1. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

    Bursa per Shqiptaret

    Duke qene se tema e vjeter mbeti ne forumin e pare, po e rihap duke vendosur ato mundesi bursash qe me vijne neper duar.

    Nje burse per Gjermani

    <font color="blue"> Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

    die Stiftungsinitiative ist eine Gemeinschaftsaktion
    von den oben
    genannten privaten Stiftungen und
    Wissenschaftsorganisationen. Sie wurde
    1998 von sechs Stiftungen initiiert und förderte in
    den vergangenen 6
    Jahren 383 Semesterdozenturen in 21 Ländern Mittel-
    und Osteuropas. Das
    Programm wird vom DAAD und der HRK durchgeführt.

    Ab September 2005 beginnt eine neue Phase der
    Projektförderung, bei der
    ein regionaler Schwerpunkt auf Südosteuropa gelegt
    wird. Hochschulen in
    Albanien, Bosnien und Herzegowina, Bulgarien,
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    Gesellschafts- und Kulturwissenschaften richten. Den
    Schwerpunkt bilden die Geschichts-, Politik-, Rechts-,
    Sozial- und
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    Deutsch als
    Fremdsprache. Aber auch andere deutschsprachige
    Studiengänge können in
    besonderer Weise gefördert werden. Eine Ausschreibung
    über die zu
    besetzenden Gastdozenturen für das Sommersemester 2006
    erfolgt in der
    Fachzeitung "Forschung und Lehre" mit dem
    Erscheinungstermin Oktober
    2005. Der Bewerbungsschluss ist der 28.10.2005.

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    Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst Referat 322
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  3. alinos

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    Budapest, Hungary

    In the United States, CEU is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States; (1-215) 662-5606.
    In Hungary, the Parliament, on June 21, 2004, had passed an act establishing a Hungarian private higher education institution under the name Kozep-europai Egyetem (translated as Central European University). And, after the successful accreditation of the Kozep-europai Egyetem, approved by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee and the Hungarian Higher Education and Research Council on April 9, 2005, the act on the state recognition of Central European University came into force. Further information on CEU’s Hungarian accreditation is available at http://www.ceu.hu/hungarian_accreditation.html.


    Economics (MA, PhD) Medieval Studies (MA, PhD)
    Environmental Sciences and Policy (MS, PhD) Nationalism Studies (MA)
    Gender Studies (MA, PhD) Philosophy (PhD)
    History (MA, PhD) Political Science (MA, PhD)
    International Relations and European Studies (MA) Sociology and Social Anthropology (MA, PhD)
    Legal Studies (LLM, MA, SJD) CEU Business School (BBA, MBA, IMM, MS)
    Mathematics and its Applications (PhD) Master of Public Policy (MPP)

    2006/2007 application deadline: January 6, 2006

    Financial Aid: Full and partial financial aid is awarded on an academic-merit basis. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office or visit the Prospective Students section at www.ceu.hu
    Admissions Office:
    Nador utca 9, 1051 Budapest, Hungary
    Tel: (36-1) 327-3009, 327-3210. Fax: (36-1) 327-3211
    E-mail: admissions@ceu.hu
    Website: www.ceu.hu
    Contact in Albania: zharasan@yahoo.com

    Non-Discrimination Policy:
    CEU does not discriminate on the basis of &amp;#61485; including, but not limited to &amp;#61485; race, color, national or ethnic origin,
    religion, gender or sexual orientation in administering its educational policies, admissions policies,
    scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
  4. b.k.

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    </font><blockquote><font class="small">Citim:</font><hr />
    University of Southampton;
    Fully-funded PhD studentship School of Physics and Astronomy and School of Engineering Sciences Computational and experimental investigations of 3D magnetic nanostructures

    A fully-funded PhD position, providing a stipend of L12,000 p.a. (no deduction for tax, health insurance etc.) and tuition fees, is available on a joint project between the Magnetism Group in the School of Physics and Astronomy (Prof. Peter de Groot) and the Computational Engineering and Design Group (CED) in the School of Engineering Sciences (Dr Hans Fangohr) at the University of Southampton (United Kingdom).
    The funding is available only to EU applicants. We are seeking a physicist/mathematician/material scientist with interests in solid state physics and computational modeling to carry out a three-year PhD research project.
    The successful candidate will study the magnetic properties of ferromagnetic structures of length scales of micrometers and below, focusing in particular on theoretical studies based on numerical modeling combined with magnetization measurements on nanostructures prepared at Southampton and at the University of Illinois Chicago. Linking the computational and experimental data is central to this project. A broad range of facilities, including a 384 CPU Opteron Linux cluster and various magnetometers, are available to this project.

    Knowledge in the following areas would be advantageous (but can be obtained on the job): magnetism, finite element methods, programming in Python, C or OCaml. Some programming experience (in any language) is required.

    We offer an international atmosphere in a lively, interdisciplinary research environment with links between the Magnetism Group and the CED, but also involving groups in Chemistry, Electronics and Computer Sciences, and Mathematics. The 3-year position should be taken up as soon as possible (preferably in 2005).

    Potential candidates should for further information contact: Dr Hans Fangohr (fangohr@soton.ac.uk ) or Prof Peter de Groot (pajdeg@phys.soton.ac.uk)

    Application forms can be requested and returned to: Ms Kim Lange (ksl@phys.soton.ac.uk)
    To be returned no later than 14 Dec 2005. Please quote the reference number 05F0202

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Kjo eshte per shqipetare me pashaporte te EU.
  5. regele

    regele Forumium maestatis

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    Per mendimin tim kush do burse dhe nuk ka burime te shumta per te gjetur informacion, le te marre nje xhiro andej nga ambasadat dhe te pyese se cfare programesh kane keto vende! Me siguri do te jete nje keshilltar apo atashe qe do te ofroje kete informacion!
  6. D-J

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    megjith deshiren ndjeshmerin (apo ndjenjat) qellimin dhe interesin e mir te vajzave un mendoj se ata qe qofte dhe rastessisht kerkojn apo gjenden para ktij informacioni ne forum nuk meritojn bursa fare /pf/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
  7. alinos

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    Si cdo vit Central European University
    <font color="blue">
    The Department of Political Science at Central European University (CEU) is
    announcing a call for applications for graduate studies in political science
    for the academic year 2006-2007. The application deadline is January 6,

    CEU is a US chartered graduate institution located in Hungary. It brings
    together students and faculty from a diverse regional and international
    background in an open and liberal academic setting. CEU now enrolls about
    450 MA and 350 PhD students from over 70 countries each year. The language
    of instruction is English. More facts and figures are available at

    The Department of Political Science has about twenty international
    residential faculty members. It offers Master of Arts and Doctor of
    Philosophy programs in Political Science, which are registered by the Board
    of Regents of the University of the State of New York (USA) for and on
    behalf of the New York State Education Department.

    The MA program consists of one year of course work, including a short
    thesis. The PhD program consists of one year of course work and up to five
    years allocated to writing the dissertation. MA students can, in the course
    of earning their MA in Political Science, also obtain certificates of
    specialization. For updated lists of certificate specializations, detailed
    curricula, course syllabi, a list of recent MA and PhD thesis topics, and
    more information on the faculty at the Department of Political Science,
    visit the www.ceu.hu/polsci website, or contact the department at:

    Department of Political Science
    Central European University
    Nádor u. 9, 1051 Budapest, Hungary
    Tel: (36-1) 327-3025
    Fax: (36-1) 327-3087
    Email: polsci@ceu.hu

    For specific admission information and online admission forms see the CEU
    website http://www.ceu.hu/prospective_students.html
  8. b.k.

    b.k. Primus registratum

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    Shume shqiptare kane perfituar nga keto bursa.
    Kembengulja eshte virtuti me i mire ne keto raste.
  9. regele

    regele Forumium maestatis

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    Jo vetem kembebgulja /pf/images/graemlins/smile.gif Dhe pregatitja! Duhet te njohesh mire cfare ke bere ne shkolle, te dish gjuhe te huaja (anglishtja me sa kam degjuar une eshte e rendesishme /pf/images/graemlins/smile.gif ) Pastaj fillon kembengulja!
  10. alinos

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    <font color="brown"> Hertie-Foundation and Gerda Henkel Foundation
    Berlin School for Comparative European History
    (Berliner Kolleg für Vergleichende Geschichte Europas)

    The Berliner Kolleg für Vergleichende Geschichte Europas (BKVGE;
    School for Comparative European History), which was established on 1
    2004, will grant 10 further fellowships for doctoral students from
    European states. Seven fellowships will be provided by the
    Hertie-Stiftung (Frankfurt am Main), while the Gerda Henkel Stiftung
    (Düsseldorf) will support three more doctoral students. The
    (1030 Euros per month) will be granted to successful candidates for 30
    months, starting on 1 April 2006.

    The doctoral programme of the BKVGE deals with 'The Europeanization of
    Europe. Historical Comparison and Transfer.' Four fields of research
    receive particular attention:

    * the public sphere and citizenship
    * migration and transfer
    * the state and social self-organisation
    * identities and images of Europe and Europeans in global perspective.

    Proposals should be related to one of these fields. Comparative
    and projects which deal with transfers and entanglements in European
    history since the late eighteenth century are particularly welcome.

    Applicants should have an excellent academic record with a major in
    history, a good command of German, and at least one additional
    language. They will be required to live in Berlin and to participate
    the academic activities of the BKVGE. They should also be interested
    Germany as well as in issues of European integration. Moreover, they
    expected to be involved in some practical civic engagement.

    Deadline: 10 December 2005.

    Only applicants from East European states are kindly requested to
    complete the form which is available on the internet site of the BKVGE
    (www.fu-berlin.de/zvge, click Ausschreibungen). Please send your
    applications with a curriculum vitae, a description of your project
    proposal (8 - 10 pages), and assessments (transcripts with grades) to:

    PD Dr. Arnd Bauerkämper
    Berliner Kolleg für Vergleichende Geschichte Europas
    Koserstraße 20
    14195 Berlin.

  11. alinos

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    <font color="green">
    Scholarships available through:

    Invitation for Tender to Postgraduate Master´s Course â€&amp;#347;Peace and
    Policy Studiesâ€&amp;#357; 2005/6 at the University of Hamburg

    Academic Network â€&amp;#347;Peace Research and Security Policyâ€&amp;#357;

    Principles and Goals of the Course

    The postgraduate course â€&amp;#347;Master of Peace and Security Policy
    Studiesâ€&amp;#357; (M.
    P. S.) is conducted by the University of Hamburg in cooperation with
    Institut f&amp;#258;&amp;#317;r Friedensforschung und Sicherheitspolitik (IFSH) and
    scientific institutions and partners of the network
    â€&amp;#347;Friedensforschung und
    Sicherheitspolitikâ€&amp;#357; (KoFrieS). The Deutsche Stiftung
    (DSF) and the German Academic Exchange Service (GAES) offer
    for this course.

    The M. P. S.-course is trans- and interdisciplinarily orientated. It
    meant as a combination of â€&amp;#347;hands onâ€&amp;#357; and classroom-based learning.
    course aims at introducing highly qualified humanities and sciences
    graduates from German or foreign universities as well as academically
    qualified, experienced practicioners to problems of peace- and
    security-policy and to fundamental issues relating their practical
    application. Furthermore, the course aims at imparting methods and
    of peace research and thus at preparing the students for work in
    peace-studies research and teaching or for practical work for national
    international organisations, administrations, associations, and
    (e. g. peace-keeping, monitoring, verification, development aid,
    arbitration, conversion, administration).

    Admission Requirements

    The course is designed for students who wish to work in the fields of
    studies or peace- and security-policy. Applicants must have 240 points
    (usually a four-year course) and must have achieved an honours degree
    at a
    German or foreign university. Applications showing professional
    and scientific or practical experience in fields related to problems
    peace and international security will be prefered. As both teaching
    research are done in German and English, sufficient knowledge of both
    languages is required. Students may choose whether to complete
    and examinations, including their master´s thesis, in the English or

    Language Skills

    A good working knowledge of both German and English is required for
    admission. Appropriate evidence must be provided by the applicants.
    Concerning German language skills, the German Language Examination for
    Foreign Students´ Admission to University (Sprachpr&amp;#258;&amp;#317;fung f&amp;#258;&amp;#317;r den
    Hochschulzugang ausl&amp;#258;¤ndischer Studierender) (DSH), the examination
    as a Foreign Language, or any examination of equal value are accepted.

    Concerning English language skills, the TOEFL (230 points/570
    (www.toefl.org), the IELTS (5.5), the Advanced C, or any examination
    equal value are accepted.

    Applicants who are German or English native speakers are not required
    prove their skills.

    Financial Support

    The DSF grants a total of 15 scholarships of € 1000,- each. The
    Committee decides about who will receive a scholarship. There will be
    distinctions between German and foreign applicants. Interest in a
    scholarship should be mentioned in the letter of application.
    for students from the countries of the Stability Pact for
    Europe there is a limited number of scholarships from GAES funds.
    Additionally, applicants already holding a scholarship (e. g. a GAES
    scholarship) may apply.

    Detailed information about the course are found at:

    Documents in Support of an Application

    1.application form (available online for download) with photo

    2.curriculum vitae

    3.school-leaver´s certificate qualifying for university (German
    â€&amp;#347;Abiturâ€&amp;#357; or

    4.certifications of academic degrees and, if at hand, references from
    previous employers

    5.certificates of language skills

    6.written acknowledgement of willingness to pay on time, assuming
    application is successful, the one-time fee of € 500,- in accordance
    paragraph 27 of the Postgraduate Course Statutes

    7.if wanted, statement of interest in applying for a scholarship
    (informally in covering letter)

    Certificates and other documentary evidence must be provided in German
    English. Translations must be officialy certified. Only complete
    received on time will be accepted.

    Applications for the academic year 2005/6 must be received between
    15th, 200 5 and March 15th, 200 6 .

    Written applications to:

    Kooperationsverband Friedensforschung und Sicherheitspolitik

    Institut f&amp;#258;&amp;#317;r Friedensforschung und Sicherheitspolitik an der

    Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans J. Giessmann

    z. Hd. Frau Heinke Peters

    Falkenstein 1

    D-22587 Hamburg

    Please direct any inquiries to:

    Dr. Patricia Schneider

    Institut f&amp;#258;&amp;#317;r Friedensforschung und Sicherheitspolitik an der

    Falkenstein 1

    D-22587 Hamburg

    tel. +49-40-866077-20

    fax +49-40-8663615



    me falni gabimet por keshtu me ka ardhur njoftimi...
  12. b.k.

    b.k. Primus registratum

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    Keto qe thua ti as qe nuk vihen ne diskutim, jane elementare fare.
  13. alinos

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    Hoover Fellowship in Economic and Social Ethics
    Université catholique de Louvain 2006-07
    Thanks to the continued support of the Hoover Foundation for the
    Development of the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), the Hoover
    Chair of Economic and Social Ethics hosts every year a number of
    post-doctoral fellows. The fellowhip is intended for scholars from
    outside Belgium, who hold a doctorate or possess equivalent
    qualifications and are active in the field of economic or social
    ethics. At least some rudiments of French and an active knowledge of
    either English or French are required.
    Fellows with no other source of income are offered an all-inclusive
    gross monthly stipend of Euros 2000 for a period not exceeding 4
    months. Fellows on paid leave from their own institution are offered a
    contribution to their travelling and housing expenses. All fellows are
    expected to stay for at least one month. They are provided with office
    space, internet connection, free access to various other services,
    some secretarial assistance and help in finding accommodation. They
    will be welcome to take an active part in the Chaire Hoover's
    activities and will have access to the University's seminars, lecture
    courses and libraries.
    Applications from scholars with an active interest in the main
    research themes of the members of the Hoover Chair are particularly
    welcome. These themes include the ethical critique of capitalism, the
    tension between cultural diversity and economic solidarity, linguistic
    justice, the future of European welfare states, the legitimacy of
    tradable quotas, global distributive justice, migration, the
    respective potentials of corporate social responsibilty and
    representative democracy as instruments for the achievement of ethical
    goals, deliberation and publicity in collective decision making. For
    more details, see the presentation of the members of the Chair and the
    list of recent activities and publications on
    http://www.etes.ucl.ac.be/. General information about the Universiy
    and its Faculties can be found on http://www.ucl.ac.be.

    If you wish to apply, we need to receive by 28 February 2006 at the
    address below:
    1. A letter (in French or English) stating briefly
    - your current research interests, and in particular what you intend
    working on during your stay;
    - your linguistic abilities;
    - whether you would be on paid leave from your own institution during
    your stay;
    - your preferences as to the length and timing of your stay ;
    - whether you intend coming with your family.
    2. a detailed Curriculum Vitae;
    3. two reference letters (sent directly by their authors).

    Thér&amp;#269;se Davio
    Université catholique de Louvain
    Chaire Hoover d'éthique économique et sociale,
    3 Place Montesquieu,
    B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
    Fax : +32 10 473952
    E-mail : davio@etes.ucl.ac.be

    Axel Gosseries Ramalho
    Research Fellow (Chercheur qualifie)
    Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS)
    Chaire Hoover d'éthique économique et sociale (UCL)
    Place Montesquieu, 3
    1348 Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)
    Tel: 32 10 47 29 03; Fax: 32 10 47 39 52
  14. alinos

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    <font color="blue">contact Professor David Sedley (dns1@cam.ac.uk)

    Ph.D studentship

    The following notice is of potential interest to all current and
    Master's students (or the equivalent) working in areas related to
    philosophy. Please pass it on to anyone you think may be both
    and eligible.
    Greco-Roman Philosophy in the First Century BC: Ph.D. studentshipThe
    Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, is running an
    project on Greco-Roman Philosophy in the First Century BC, from
    2005 to September 2009. In addition to two postdoctoral research posts
    (already filled), the project also has three years' funding for one
    student, to begin in October 2006. The holder of the studentship must
    become a registered PhD student in the Faculty. and must undertake to
    work on a theme that falls within the project's scope. In order to
    qualify under AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) rules, the
    student must be a UK or EU citizen. In the former case, a full
    fees-plus-maintenance award can be made, in the latter a fees-only
    Anyone who by 1 October 2006 will have completed a suitable Master's
    course or the equivalent can apply for the studentship. Applicants
    not necessarily have ancient philosophy as their primary
    The project is taking into account cultural, educational and political
    developments of the first century BC, and there might well be relevant
    themes that could be pursued by a PhD student whose main focus is on
    area such as the history, linguistic or literary theory, or science of
    the period. Anyone interested in being considered for the studentship
    should contact Professor David Sedley (dns1@cam.ac.uk) in the first
    instance. Details of the application- and selection-procedure will be
    communicated later. But those interested are advised to make contact
    later than the end of January 2006.
  15. alinos

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    <font color="brown"> Program Announcement

    November 1, 2005

    Stanford Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development 2006

    The Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University, California invites policy makers and activists from countries undergoing political, economic and social transitions to participate in its second annual summer fellows program on democracy, development, and the rule of law to be held July 31 - August 18, 2006 at Stanford University on its California campus.

    This program offers a unique approach to studying the ways in which democratic institutions and institutions that foster economic development can be established and strengthened in varying country contexts. In contrast to other programs of democracy promotion that seek to transfer ready made models to countries in transition, the Stanford Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development program provides a comparative perspective on the evolution of established democratic practices as well as a conceptual background into issues of democracy and good governance. The curriculum draws on the combined expertise of Stanford scholars and practitioners in the fields of political science, economics, law, sociology, and business and emphasizes the links between theory and practice.

    While traditional programs focus either on democratization, economic development, or the rule of law, the Stanford Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development program endeavors to locate the points of interaction among these areas. Ideas and learning flow two ways. Participants are exposed to the knowledge of Stanford faculty and, in turn, they bring their country and professional experiences into the seminars to help faculty and one another develop case-specific methodologies for addressing actual problems of democratic and economic development.

    In 2005, the program's inaugural year, 32 policy-makers from 28 countries participated as Fellows. Each week, instructors and fellows focused on a different theme - democracy, development, and rule of law, respectively - and studied the policy implications of the interrelations between the workings of political, economic, and legal institutions in theory and practice. Discussions were led by Stanford faculty and scholars at the forefront of research at the junction of democratic advancement, economic growth, and issues surrounding the establishment of rule of law and human rights. Prominent leaders of research and development institutions and social movements, such as the National Endowment for Democracy, enhanced the weekly agenda. The daily seminars were complemented with field trips to local government institutions, NGOs, and business organizations.

    Participants: Eligibility Criteria
    This program is aimed at early to mid-career policy-makers, academics, and leaders of civil society organizations (such as representatives of trade unions, non-governmental organizations, the media, business and professional associations) who will play important roles in their country's democratic, economic, and social development. We anticipate recruiting a group of 25-30 individuals dedicated to democracy and development promotion within their home countries
    (particularly in, but not limited to, the regions of the Middle East, Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia, and other parts of the former Soviet Union).

    Successful applicants will be proficient in spoken and written English and will have academic and practical credentials necessary to benefit fully from the course and actively contribute to programmatic discussions. The ideal course participant will have extraordinary motivation, at least three to five years of experience in a relevant field of democratic development, and a keen interest in learning and sharing knowledge and experiences in transforming their respective countries.

    CDDRL hopes that over time the participants in this annual program will form the core of a global network of public intellectuals and activists who are working on issues of democracy, development, and the rule of law.

    Funding: Stanford will pay travel, accommodation, living expenses, and visa costs for the duration of the three-week program for a certain portion of applicants. Where possible, applicants are encouraged to supply some or all of their own funding from their current employers, international non-governmental organizations, etc.
  16. alinos

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    <font color="purple"> Opportunities for Postdoctoral Research in Germany

    The Department of Philosophy in the University of Saarbrücken
    (http://www.uni-saarland.de/fak3/fr31/) invites candidates from
    Germany to apply for funding in support of research projects at the
    post-doctoral level to be undertaken in Saarbrücken for periods of
    three months to up to two years.

    Research and teaching in the Department cover a broad range of topics
    analytical philosophy. There are three chairs, one for practical
    philosophy, one for theoretical philosophy (including the philosophy
    science), and one specializing in the philosophy of mind. In addition
    the Department has a strong orientation around metaphysics/ontology,
    which is supported by its association with the Institute for Formal
    Ontology and Medical Information Science (http://ifomis.org). The
    Department also has special interests in theories of justice and in
    on ethical aspects of international conflicts, and in ancient Greek

    Interested parties should write to Ulrich Nortmann

  17. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    <font color="blue"> The Central European University
    Nationalism Studies Program
    announces a

    Call for applications for MA, PhD and DSP studies at the Central
    University in Budapest

    About Nationalism Studies Program
    The Nationalism Studies Program was established at Central European
    University by the late Ernst Gellner with the goal of promoting the
    of nationalism in the post-communist countries of Central and Eastern
    Europe and the former Soviet Union. The aim of the program is to
    students in an empirical and theoretical study of issues of
    self-determination, problems of state-formation, ethnic conflict,
    protection and the related theme of globalization. Drawing upon the
    uniquely supranational milieu of Central European University, it
    a critical and non-sectarian study of nationalism.

    Students are encouraged to engage in an interdisciplinary study of
    nationalism, a subject that is inherently and fundamentally
    interdisciplinary. For this reason, the international teaching staff
    been assembled to represent a wide range of disciplinary expertise
    to the study of nationalism including history, social theory,
    legal studies, sociology, anthropology, international relations and
    political science. The program offers a wide selection of courses that
    provide a complex theoretical grounding in problems associated with
    nationhood and nationalism combined with advanced training in the
    methodology of applied social science. Additional courses focus on
    problems of nationalism in the context of economic and political
    as well as constitution building in post-1989 Central and Eastern
    with a comparative outlook on regime transitions outside the region.


    The faculty of the Nationalism Studies Program includes Mária M.
    András Kovács, Will Kymlicka, Shlomo Avineri, Rogers Brubaker, Donald
    Horowitz, Michael Stewart, Erica Benner, Walter Kemp, Selim Deringil,
    Rainer Bauböck, Tibor Várady, Victor Karády, Michael Miller, Zoltán
    Miklósi, Júlia Szalai and Florian Bieber.

    Grants and Scholarships

    Applicants to the Nationalism Studies Program can apply for tuition
    and living scholarhship. For information on the program and the
    grants and financial aid please visit our homepage


    The Master of Arts degree in Nationalism Studies is registered by the
    of Regents of the University of the State of New York (US) for and on
    behalf of the New York State Education Department.

    Central European University has an absolute charter from the Board of
    Regents of the University of the State of New York amd by the
    on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and

    In Hungary CEU is accredited under the name Közép-európai Egyetem.

    Application deadline

    CEU candidates who plan to apply for study grants from state sources,
    foundations or other organizations, may submit their application to
    from October 1, 2005. Early applicants need to specify their funding
    application deadline. Early applications must contain all required
    documents and test certificates. CEU will aim to inform candidates of
    admissions status within the timeframe needed to apply for such
    E(!e)arly applicants may also apply for CEU's financial aid program,
    the university will not be able to inform them about their CEU
    aid status until the competitive review of all other candidates has

    For the Academic Year 2006/2007 the final deadline of the application
    January 6, 2006.

    With questions regarding the program or the admission process please
    to Szabolcs Pogonyi, the program coordinator (pogonyi@ceu.hu).

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    Institut Européen des Hautes Etudes Internationales



    Academic year 2006/2007

    We would like to inform you about our Master's program in Advanced
    and International Studies, which is a nine months' intensive academic
    program committed to the studies of European integration as well as
    international relations.

    *Location:* Istanbul, Nice, Berlin

    *Duration:* 9 months (From October to July)

    *Deadline:* The deadline for applications is on *July 31th 2006.*

    * **A limited number of scholarship is avaible*
    *In any case, applications and especially request for financial aid
    reach the I.EH.E.I. as early as possible in order to be considered
    under the
    best conditions**.*

    * *

    *Curriculum Highlights:** *Students who successfully complete the
    acquire 60 ECTS credits. In addition to the stays
    Istanbul, Nice, Berlin, the Institute offers a study trip to European
    international organizations in Geneva, Strasbourg, Brussels, and

    *Program Value:* The program consists of academicians from various
    countries, as well as experts from research institutions and
    organizations. Over the last years, the Institute has graduated 5000
    students coming from more than 80 different countries, having offered
    many scholarship opportunities.

    *Subject Areas:* International Relations, European Integration,
    and Society, Federalism.

    *This program is supported by the European Union*.

    For further information, you are welcome to consult our web site at *

    Yours sincerely,

    Burcu GORAK

    E-mail: bgorak@bahcesehir.edu.tr
    Tel: +90 212 236 54 90 / 1294
    Fax: +90 212 258 70 83
    Site Internet : www.iehei.org/dheei/istanbul/presentation.htm

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    <font color="purple"> HUBRECHT LABORATORY
    Netherlands Institute for Developmental Biology
    The Hubrecht Laboratory, Netherlands Institute for Developmental Biology of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, is a research institute comprising 15 research groups which focus on a wide variety of topics concerning developmental genetics and disease. The Institute provides a highly interactive research environment with excellent central research facilities and is directed by Prof. Ronald Plasterk and Prof. Hans Clevers. The Institute has close connections with Utrecht University and plays a central role in the Utrecht Graduate School for Developmental Biology in which the Hubrecht PhD students participate.
    In the group of Dr. Edwin Cuppen a position is available for a

    PhD student

    who will be involved in the biochemical and behavioral characterization of recently generated rat knockout models for genes involved in neurobiological processes, as well as in the generation of novel rat knockout models using target-selected mutagenesis. This project is funded from a European Young Investigators Award to E. Cuppen (http://www.esf.org/euryi)

    Requirements: Applicants should have a background in molecular biology and/or behavioral research. Experience with model organisms and article 9 certification is preferred.

    Salary: According to the CAO-Nederlandse Universiteiten (CAO-NU). We offer an extensive package of fringe benefits.

    For more information: Please contact Edwin Cuppen (030-2121969 or email ecuppen@niob.knaw.nl) or visit the website www.niob.knaw.nl/researchpages/cuppen.

    Applications: Applications with curriculum vitae and description of research experience can be sent to: Personnel Department, Hubrecht Laboratory, Uppsalalaan 8, 3584 CT Utrecht, stating in the upper left corner vacancy HL 2006-01.

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    Sarajevo - Bologna

    A.Y. 2006-2007

    The European Regional Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democracy
    South East Europe is an intensive one-year course established through
    joint efforts of the participating universities and coordinated by the
    Universities of Sarajevo and Bologna. At present it is in its sixth
    year of
    implementation. The Degree is co-founded by the European Commission
    and the
    Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    The Master’s Programme is structured in three terms – I) October
    2006 –
    June 2007: Lecturing period at the University of Sarajevo; II) June
    – July
    2007: Internship work across South East Europe; III) September –
    2007: Master’s Thesis writing-up period at the University of
    Bologna. The
    teaching activities involve renowned Faculty members coming from more
    25 European and other countries. Internships take place at various
    NGOs, IGOs, think-tanks and research institutes dealing with issues of
    human rights and democracy in South East Europe. The third term is
    by the University of Bologna Residential Centre in Bertinoro, Italy.

    Each academic year the Programme enrolls 35 students from the
    countries of
    South East Europe and the European Union.


    Interested candidates should submit the filled in application form and
    other required documentation to the Center for Interdisciplinary
    Postgraduate Studies of the University of Sarajevo.

    The Programme is able to offer study grants based on the merit of each

    The application form and additional information are available at:

    The deadline for submitting the full application package is:

    June 1, 2006

    For further information please contact:

    Center for Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies, University of
    Zmaja od Bosne 8, Student’s Campus, 71 000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and
    Tel: + 387 33 668 685 ¨Fax: + 387 33 668 683

    E-mail: coordination@cps.edu.ba


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