Bursa per shqiptaret

Diskutime tek 'Rrjeti i Studenteve Shqiptare ne Bote' filluar nga alinos, 25 Jul 2003.

  1. Alanis

    Alanis Primus registratum

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    :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
     
  2. beshbossi

    beshbossi Primus registratum

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    ku po sheh vend per :thumbsup: ????
     
  3. Ledio

    Ledio Primus registratum

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    O Alino a di ndonje gje per bursa ne shkollat e larta ne Angli SHBA apo Kanada per elektronike? :thumbsup:
     
  4. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    Cyril
    cdo gje qe gjej e postoj ketu /pf/images/graemlins/smile.gif

    The Central European University (CEU) has announced its Summer University
    (SUN) program for 2004.


    The SUN is an academic program for young faculty,
    researchers and professionals, postdocs and advanced doctoral students. It
    offers a series of intensive two and three-week long high-level, research
    based courses in the social sciences and humanities.

    The program utilizes CEU's recognized regional expertise and wider network,
    involving internationally acclaimed faculty worldwide, creating a space for
    mutually enriching dialogue between our regional and western scholarship.
    The teaching teams' joint expertise is shared with participants in a
    comparative framework during the summer courses.

    Additional information and a list of courses being offered in 2004 can be
    found at the following link:

    http://www.ceu.hu/sun/SUN_2004/courses_in_2004.htm
     
  5. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    Summer Institute on Conflict Management and Resolution International School for Humanities and Social Sciences (ISHSS)
    Universiteit van Amsterdam
    June 7th - 18th, 2004



    Participate in this new summer institute in the heart of Amsterdam, which offers a unique integration of theory and practice. For development and relief workers, academics, and MA and PhD students. Conflict is ubiquitous, and it frustrates our best intentions and initiatives. For the professional who brings passion and purpose to his/her work, a high level of competence in conflict management is likely to make the difference between disillusionment and fulfillment. For the professional's organization, it will make a crucial difference in organizational performance. This Summer Institute is designed to enable current and future professionals to be more effective in dealing with the conflicts with which they are confronted every day - conflict with the external environment and conflict within their own organizations. The primary focus will be on the challenges of being part of an organization attempting to deliver services in high-conflict situations, e.g. humanitarian relief efforts and post-conflict economic development programmes. To accomplish this goal, the course will be a stimulating integration of theory and practice, bringing the highest level of academic breadth and depth together with practical, hands-on training and personal development. This is critical, because effective, real-world conflict management is both reflective, requiring analysis and strategic planning, and immediate, requiring well-honed skills to cope with conflict's inevitable stresses and provocations. This course therefore has three strongly interrelated objectives: an understanding of theory and conceptual frameworks, the development of competencies and skill, and the attainment of the self-awareness that makes possible the utilization of the first two in "real time" - when it counts!

    Student Profile
    In order to achieve a balance between students and professionals and to achieve cultural and geographic diversity, the Summer Institute on Conflict Management and Resolution welcomes participation by:
    Graduate students from all over the world;
    Professionals with academic training at the BA level from any field, including those working in government agencies, development organisations, non-governmental organisations, companies, and media; and
    University faculty, particularly from non-Western countries.


    Course of Study
    The programme takes two weeks starting on June 7th. Classes are held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.

    Application deadline
    The application deadline is April 15, 2004.
     
  6. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    The Byron Hanke Fellowship - For Graduate Research on Community Associations

    The Community Associations Institute Research Foundation (CAIRF) is proud to announce an annual Fellowship, available to graduate students working on topics related to community associations. Community associations govern common-interest communities of any kind -- condominiums, cooperatives, townhouse developments, planned unit developments and other developments where homeowners support an association with mandatory financial assessments, and are subject to use and aesthetic restrictions. The Research Foundation Executive Committee maintains the right to determine the amount of the stipend. Fellows are expected to prepare a research project on community associations.
    Areas and Topics of Study
    In the past, the CAIRF has recognized outstanding achievement in the academic study of community associations through the annual CAI Research Foundation Award of Excellence. Papers submitted for this prestigious award have come from a wide range of academic disciplines, including law, economics, sociology and urban planning. All of these disciplines are appropriate areas of graduate studies for a Hanke Fellowship, along with any others which the Research Foundation may be persuaded are relevant to community associations. Within the field of community associations and common interest communities, Hanke Fellowship projects may address management, institutions, organization and administration, public policy, architecture, as well as political, economic, social, and intellectual trends in community association housing. Projects may focus on either applied or theoretical research. The Research Foundation is especially interested in substantive papers from the social sciences, which place community association housing within political or economic organizational models. In all cases, the topic must have the approval of the graduate student's general academic advisor, or of another full-time faculty member, who will supervise the Hanke Fellow's Project. The project topic must have potential of furthering understanding of residential community associations.
    Application
    As part of the Hanke Fellowship's application, the student must commit to research and to write a substantial paper dealing with community associations or common-interest communities. The paper shall be on a scale appropriate for a master's thesis, doctoral dissertation, or a law review quality article.
    Application for a Hanke Fellowship consists of a letter to the Chair of the Community Associations Institute Research Foundation. The application should:
    - Set forth the applicant's qualifications;
    - Describe in some detail the applicant's proposed research project on community associations;
    - Include three letters of recommendation in support of the candidate;
    - Include a brief writing sample (approximately 5 to 20 pages).
    - Some finalists may be asked to provide official transcripts.
    There is no deadline for applying for a fellowship.
    Please visit the website www.cairf.org for additional information.
     
  7. Danae

    Danae Primus registratum

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    sot te kam permendur gjithe diten tek flisja me penelken per shqiperine,studentet jashte e per ata cfare bejme per te rrite shpresen,ke nje vend te vecante per informacionin qe perhap.
    kemi vendose te kthehemi pas unit,kokeforta cupat,apo nuk kemi shembujt.
     
  8. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    EUROCONTROL

    réf. LX-2003-CA/085 (AVIS DE CONCOURS)

    1 ASSISTANT BIBLIOTHECAIRE (F/M)

    C5/C4


    Institut de la Navigation Aérienne (INA)


    Bibliothèque et Service de documentation


    DELAI : 05.02.2004 inclus
    LIEU : Luxembourg





    réf. HQ-2003-BT/116 (AVIS DE CONCOURS)

    1 ASSISTANT PROCEDURES ATM (F/M)

    B3/B2


    Service prestataire de gestion de la circulation aérienne en Europe (SBU EATM)


    Division prestataire « Espace aérien, gestion des courants de trafic aérien et navigation »(AFN)


    DELAI : 05.02.2004 inclus
    LIEU : Bruxelles





    réf. HQ-2003-AA/118 (AVIS DE CONCOURS)

    1 GESTIONNAIRE DU PLAN EUROPEEN D’ACTION STRATEGIQUE POUR LA SECURITE (F/M)

    A4/A1


    Service prestataire de gestion de la circulation aérienne en Europe (SBU EATM)


    Direction « Programmes ATM » (DAP) – Division prestataire « Amélioration de la sécurité »
    (SAF)


    DELAI : 05.02.2004 inclus
    LIEU : Bruxelles





    réf. HQ-2003-AA/122 (AVIS DE CONCOURS)

    1 GESTIONNAIRE DU DOMAINE « COMMUNICATIONS » (F/M)

    A4/A1


    Service prestataire de gestion de la circulation aérienne en Europe (SBU EATM)


    Direction « Stratégies ATM » (DAS) – Division prestataire « Gestion des communications et
    de la surveillance » (CSM)


    DELAI : 05.02.2004 inclus
    LIEU : Bruxelles





    ð Pour la description détaillée, visiter le site : www.eurocontrol.be.





    TRANSLATION CENTRE FOR THE BODIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION (CdT)

    SELECTION D’AGENT TEMPORAIRE C5/C4 – SECRETAIRE (F/M)

    réf. C5/C4 - 2004 - SECRETAIRE


    DELAI : 30.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : LUXEMBOURG





    ð Pour la description détaillée, visiter le site : www.cdt.eu.int.





    EUROPEAN AGENCY FOR RECONSTRUCTION (EAR)

    réf. BEL 027/TA
    1 MANAGER OF PROGRAMMING AND QUALITY ASSURANCE (F/M)


    A5/A4


    DELAI : 18.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : Belgrade, YOUGOSLAVIE





    réf. HTE 040/TA
    1 ADVISOR FOR MONITORING & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (F/M)


    A7/A6


    DELAI : 18.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : Thessalonique, GRECE





    ð Pour la description détaillée, visiter le site : www.ear.eu.int ou envoyer un e-mail : admn@ear.eu.int.<br />




    ORGANISATION DE COOPERATION ET DE DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUES (OCDE)

    réf. VAC(03)098
    1 ECONOMISTE/ANALYSTE DE LA DEMOGRAPHIE (F/M)


    A3/A2


    DELAI : 08.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)099
    2 ANALYSTE EN TRANSPORT (F/M)



    A3/A2


    DELAI : 22.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)100
    1 CHEF DE LA SECTION DES RECETTES (F/M)


    A3/A2


    DELAI : 22.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)101
    1 CHEF DE PROJET – CONFLIS, PAIX ET COOPERATION SUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT (F/M)


    A3/A2



    DELAI : 15.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)102
    1 CHEF DE PROJET – PROCESSUS D’APPRENTISSAGE ET CONSEIL SUR LES PARTENARIATS DIFFICILES (F/M)


    A3/A2


    DELAI : 22.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)103
    1 ANALYSTE DES POLITIQUES - BIOTECHNOLOGIE (F/M)


    A3/A2


    DELAI : 15.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)104
    1 ANALYSTE – ADMINISTRATION ELECTRONIQUE (F/M)


    A3/A2



    DELAI : 15.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)105
    1 CHEF DE PROJET/ANALYSTE (PROGRAMME INTERNATIONAL POUR LE SUIVI DES ACQUIS DES ELEVES –
    PISA) (F/M)


    A3/A2


    DELAI : 15.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    réf. VAC(03)106
    1 ECONOMISTE PRINCIPAL (F/M)



    A4



    DELAI : 15.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : PARIS, F





    ð Pour la description détaillée, visiter le site : www.oecd.org.





    DELEGATION DE LA COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE EN INDE

    réf. DAT I 9965 – ECO - COOP
    1 PROJECT MANAGER (ALAT) IN ECONOMIC COOPERATION
    SECTION


    DELAI : 20.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : New Deli, INDIA





    ð Pour la description détaillée, envoyer un e-mail : DELEGATION-INDIA-JOBBOX@cec.eu.int<br />




    EUROPEAN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORY (EMBL)

    EMBL/03/PD/12
    1 RESEARCH POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN YEAST / EM (F/M)


    DELAI : à confirmer
    LIEU : Heidelberg, GERMANY





    EMBL/V/03/PD/14, /15, /16 - POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS (F/M) :

    03/PD/14
    CRYSTAL OPTIMISATION AND DERIVATIZATION ALGORITHM DESIGN

    03/PD/15
    DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND EXPLOITATION OF OLINE MICROSPECTOPHOTOMETERS

    03/PD/16
    DESIGN AND CONTRUCTION OF CORRECTION AND EXPLOITATION ALGORITHMS FOR SYSTEMATIC DATA
    ERRORS


    DELAI : 31.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : Grenoble, FRANCE





    EMBL/V/03/130
    2 SOFTWARE ENGINEERS (F/M)


    Grade 6 or 7



    DELAI : 09.01.2001 inclus
    LIEU : Hinxton, near Cambridge, U.K.





    EMBL/V/03/131
    1 DATABASE DEVELOPER (F/M)


    Grade 6 or 7



    DELAI : 09.01.2001 inclus
    LIEU : Hinxton, near Cambridge, U.K.





    EMBL/V/03/132
    1 WEB DEVELOPER (F/M)



    Grade 6 , 7 or 8



    DELAI : 09.01.2001 inclus
    LIEU : Hinxton, near Cambridge, U.K.





    ð Pour la description détaillée, visiter le site : www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/jobs ou envoyer un e-mail : jobs@embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/jobs/ (toujours mentionner la référence du poste).





    INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)

    réf. 112003
    1 FINANCE ASSISTANT (F/M)



    DELAI : 31.01.2004 inclus
    LIEU : BRUXELLES





    ð Pour la description détaillée, visiter le site : www.belgium.iom.int
     
  9. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    American Council of Learned Societies Has Funding
    Available for East European Language Training

    Deadline: January 15, 2004


    The American Council of Learned Societies
    ( http://www.acls.org/ ) is accepting applications from
    individuals and institutions for East European Language
    Training programs.

    Individuals may apply for a grant of up to $2,500 for a
    summer course of study in Albanian, Bosnian-Croatian-
    Serbian, Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian,
    Lithuanian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, or
    Slovene. Applicants may request support for beginning,
    intermediate, or advanced language study at institutions
    of higher education in the U.S., or, in exceptional cases,
    for courses at the advanced level in Eastern Europe.
    Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the
    U.S. and have completed, at a minimum, a four-year college
    degree. Applications should state the name of the
    institution the applicant wishes to attend, along with a
    statement of the significance of this training for his/her
    career plans. The awards are intended for people who will
    use East European languages in academic research or
    teaching. Approximately twelve grants will be available.

    In addition, grants of up to $10,000 will be available to
    U.S. institutions to support intensive summer 2005 course
    instruction in Albanian, Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian,
    Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian,
    Lithuanian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, or
    Slovene.

    See the ACLS Web site for complete program information.

    RFP Link: http://www.acls.org/eeguide.htm


    Location: US Institutions/Scholars Only
    Deadline: Jan 15,2004
    Website: http://www.acls.org/eeguide.htm
     
  10. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    Civic Education Project Teaching Fellowships 2004-05 Eastern Europe, Former Soviet Union, and Mongolia Social Sciences, Law, Journalism/Media
    Studies


    Civic Education Project Teaching Fellowships 2004-05 Eastern
    Europe, Former Soviet Union, and Mongolia Social Sciences, Law,
    Journalism/Media Studies

    The Civic Education Project (CEP) invites applications for its
    2004-05 Visiting Faculty Fellowship Program. Applications will be
    accepted from October 1, 2003, until March 1, 2004. Fellowships
    begin in September 2004 and finish in May/June 2005.

    CEP welcomes applications from faculty, retired faculty, Ph.D.s,
    and advanced postgraduate students in the social sciences
    (including area studies, anthropology, economics, history,
    political science, psychology, public administration, and
    sociology). CEP also offers teaching fellowships in law and
    journalism/media studies. Applicants must hold, or be expecting
    to receive, a graduate degree from a Western university, and be
    applying to teach outside their country of citizenship.

    Visiting Faculty Fellows teach courses for one academic year (two
    semesters) at CEP partner universities located throughout Eastern
    Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Mongolia.

    In addition to teaching, CEP Fellows work on a variety of
    outreach projects outside the classroom and benefit from the
    diverse academic network connecting CEP program countries. The
    fellowship package includes a stipend, round-trip air travel,
    accommodation, health insurance, and allowances for language
    lessons and books.

    For application forms and guidelines, please see the fellowship
    programs area of our web site: www.cep.org.hu/programs/index.html.

    For further information please contact our offices:

    CEP European
    Office: CEP
    North American Office:
    1051
    Budapest
    1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW
    Szent Istvan ter
    11./b Suite #
    506
    Hungary
    Washington DC 20036, USA


    e-mail:
    cep@cepnet.hu e-
    mail: cepdc@jhu.edu<br />
    tel: (+36) 1 327
    3219 (+001)
    202 663 7792
    fax: (+36) 1 327
    3221
    (+001) 202 663 7799

    www.cep.org.hu

    Categories: Anthropology, Area Studies, Economics, Gender
    Studies, History, International Relations, Journalism/Media
    Studies, Law, Public Administration, Political Science,
    Psychology, Sociology, Social Sciences

    Location: CEE/NIs region
    Deadline: March 1, 2003
    Website: www.cep.org.hu
     
  11. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    Me duket se e kam vene dhe nje here por duke qene se deadline eshte tani afer, po e postoj perseri /pf/images/graemlins/smile.gif

    January 15, 2004 deadline

    The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs is now
    accepting
    applications for its nonresidential Fellows Program. The program
    supports
    promising younger scholars, educators, and practitioners who are
    engaged
    with the ethical dimensions of international affairs. The program is
    open
    to junior scholars and mid-career professionals worldwide. Individuals
    from developing countries are encouraged to apply. All fellows must be
    fluent in English.

    Candidates must link their applications to one of the Council's five
    program areas:

    Environmental Values
    Ethics and the Use of Force
    History and the Politics of Reconciliation
    Human Rights
    Justice and the World Economy.

    The deadline for applications is January 15, 2004. Please visit our
    website at http://www.carnegiecouncil.org/page.php/prmID/48 for more
    details.

    Inquiries may be addressed to:
    Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs
    170 East 64th Street
    New York, NY 10021
    e-mail: fellows@cceia.org<br /> NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE
     
  12. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    Australian PHD Scholarship

    PhD stipend for research in 'the ethics of recognition'.

    The Department of Philosophy and Centre for Research in Social
    Inclusion (CSRI) at Macquarie University invites expressions of
    interest
    from suitably qualified Australian and overseas students who wish to
    pursue doctoral studies in the area: 'applying the ethics of
    recognition'. A scholarship providing a stipend of A$18,484 per annum
    tax exempt is available. In addition, a research assistantship may be
    offered for occasional work arising from the CRSI's activities. For
    further information on the Centre see the Centre's website at
    http://www.crsi.mq.edu.au
    or contact the Centre Manager Ms Obelia Modjeska, ph 9850 9171 or email
    omodjesk@scmp.mq.edu.au

    Project Title: Applying the Ethics of Recognition

    Project team: Dr Nicholas Smith, Dr Jean-Philippe Deranty, Dr Robert
    Sinnerbrink.

    Project: The project involves an examination of the normative
    structure of recognitive relations and its relevance for understanding
    contemporary issues of justice. The particular area in which the
    ethics of recognition is applied will depend on the knowledge,
    experience, and interests of the researcher. Possibilities include (but
    are not limited to) inequality, violence, detention, ethnic and
    religious conflicts, indigenous rights, poverty, and workplace
    relations.

    Further information: Dr Nicholas Smith, Telephone: 02 9850 8881;
    email:
    Nicholas.Smith@scmp.mq.edu.au

    Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian Permanent Residents
    should consult the RAACE conditions of award on the Higher Degree
    Research Unit website: http://www.ro.mq.edu.au/hdru/scholar.htm.
    Application forms are also available from this website; by phoning
    (02)
    9850 7277; or by emailing pgschol@mq.edu.au.<br />
    For all other International students, the conditions of award for
    International Macquarie University Research Scholarships (iMURS) are
    available at the following website:
    http://www.international.mq.edu.au/study/research/research_scholarships_imurs.html#1


    Applications close 30 January 2004 and should be forwarded to:

    The Scholarships Coordinator

    Higher Degree Research Unit

    Cottage C4C

    Macquarie University

    NSW 2109

    Dr Nicholas Smith
    Senior Lecturer
    Director of the Centre for Research on Social Inclusion
    Department of Philosophy
    Macquarie University
    North Ryde
    NSW 2109
    Australia

    ph. (61) (02) 9850 8881
    fax (61) (02) 9850 8892
     
  13. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    Course Development Competition (CDC) 2004-2005 academic year

    Call for Proposals: The Course Development Competition is a 10-month grant offered to faculty from East-Central Europe, the former Soviet Union and Mongolia who wish to develop and introduce new university courses at their institutions. Proposed courses should be innovative in content, methodology and teaching approach. The competition is open to individuals and groups, and the grant includes monthly stipends, allowances for book purchases, preparing teaching materials, photocopying, etc.,as well as additional travel costs.

    Deadline: 31, January 2004.

    For more detailed descriptions of the program and the application procedure please see
    http://www.ceu.hu
     
  14. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    OSI Studentships for Doctoral Study in 2004-7

    The Department of Educational Studies expects to offer two studentships, funded by the Open Society Institute, Budapest, for doctoral work in Oxford commencing in October 2004.
    Those selected for the studentships will undertake research in areas related to the work in education of the Open Society Institute. Applicants are expected to be graduates with good language skills. Excellent command of English is required, together with ability to read and communicate in Russian. Knowledge of other languages of the region (Central Eastern Europe and the countries of the former Soviet Union) will be an advantage.

    Further information on the Department of Educational Studies: http://www.edstud.ox.ac.uk.

    For more information applicants are invited to contact Professor David Phillips: david.phillips@edstud.ox.ac.uk
     
  15. alinos

    alinos Forumium maestatis

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    Materiali i bashkangjitur marre nga nje mailing list shqiptare pershkruan mundesi bursash per shqiptaret ne Shtetet e Bashkuara te Amerikes (USA) dhe gjera te tjera ndihmese:

    1. Kriteret qe duhet te plotesojne ata qe jane te ligjshem ne USA dhe
    duan te perfitojne ndihme financiare per te ndjekur studimet universitare dhe

    2. Nje list te shkurter te disa fondacioneve dhe agjencive Amerikane te
    cilat ofrojne mbeshtetje financiare per studentet e huaj. Sidoqofte,
    kjo list nuk eshte plote.

    Mendova qe mund te jetë me interes per shqiptaret aktualisht me banim
    ne USA statusi i te cileve eshte: me green card, azilant, refugjat, dhe
    rezident i kushtezuar.

    Materiali pershkrues nuk eshte perkthyer ne shqip me supozimin qe ata
    te cilet jane te interesuar per bursa dhe ndihme financiare per shkollim
    ne USA, e plotesojne kushtin paraprak, ate te gjuhes angleze.
    Perndryshe, kush ka ndonje pyetje me specifike sa i perket ndihmes financiare
    per shkollim ne Universitetet Amerikane eshte i mirepritur t'me shkruaj
    privatisht.

    Pershendetje

    L. Daku
    Virginia Tech

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    In light of this, here are some potential other sources of aid for students that wish to travel from international countries to the United States. While this list is not exhaustive, it includes the better-known programs for international students and funding opportunities to help start an extraordinary adventure. Please contact the following administrations directly.

    Press Fellowships. The fund is administered by Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships with awards that is based upon merit. The annual number of awards is 10. The purpose of the fellowships is to allow foreign nationals to work for U.S. newspapers or news magazines, thereby enhancing their professional future. Field of study must be journalism. Contact is John M. Sirek, Director, Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships, 2000 L Street NW #200, Washington, DC 20036, phone:202-416-1691, fax is 202-416-1695, email: afpf@aol.com<br />AUW/IFUW International Fellowships: Administered by American Association of University Women and International Federal of University Women. The annual number of awards is 6. The fields of study is unrestricted. To be eligible one has to be a graduate women only. The contact is Fellowships and Grants, AAUW educational Foundation, PO Box 4030, Iowa City, IA 52243-4030.
    International Scholarship Program: Administered by American College of Physicians, with 4 annual awards that are awarded to students that are studying medicine that impact the practice of internal medicine in countries other than the United States. Contact is Ana Santoya, International Coordinator, American College of Physicians, Independence Mall West, Sixth Street at Pace, Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572, phone: 215-351-2520, fax: 215-351-2529, email: 75364.2740@compuserve<br />International/ Minority Student Scholarship: Administered by American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage study in communication sciences and disorders at a U.S. institution accredited by ASHA. The fields of study that the scholarship recipients should be pursuing are Communication Disorders, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Eligibility is unrestricted and diverse students are encouraged to apply. Contact: American Speech-Language Foundation, 10801 Rockville pike, Rockville, MD 20852, phone: 301-897-5700, fax 301-571-0457.
    Lindbergh Grant: Administered by Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation, with 10 annual Awards with field of study being: Agricultural Plant Pathology, Aviation and Airway Safety, Biomedical Engineering, Communications, Natural Resources, Humanities, Visual and Performing Arts, Water Quality and Wastewater Treatment. The average award is $10580. Contact: Marlene White, Grants Administrator, Lindbergh Foundation, 708 South Third Street, Suite 110, Minneapolis, MN 55415, phone: 612-338-1703, fax: 612-338-6826.
    Graduate Degree Fellowships: Administered by Education Foundation of the National Restaurant Association, with fields of study in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management, Service Management, Operations. Contact: Educational Foundation, National Restaurant Association, 250 South Wacker Drive, Suite 1400, Chicago, IL 60606-5834.
    Scholarships for Courses of the Foundation for European Language and Educational Centres, Administered by Eurocentres. Field of study requirements: American Literature, American Studies, Ethnic and Cultural Studies, French Language and Literature, European Studies, German Language and Literature, Italian Language and Literature, Japanese Language and Literature, Russian Language and Literature. Contact: Student's Assistance Department, Eurocentres, Seestrasse 247, Zurich, CH-8038, Switzerland.
    Ford Foundation: Administered by Ford Foundation, with 242 awards for students that are studying Urban poverty, rural poverty and resources, rights and social justice, governance and public policy, international affairs. Contact: The Secretary, Ford Foundation, 320 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10017, phone: 212-573-5000, fax: 212-599-4584.
     
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    RON BROWN FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

    The Ron Brown Fellowship for 2004-2005 is subject to the availability of funds.

    Grantees will be placed in programs that will allow them to earn a graduate degree (Master's) in the United States. Most institutions require two years of study for a master's degree with the exception in law (LL.M. Degree), which is one year.


    The Ron Brown Fellowship Program offers scholarships in the fields of:

    Business Administration (MBA)
    Economics
    Educational Administration
    Environmental Management
    Journalism/Communications
    Law (LL.M)
    Public Administration
    Public Policy

    REQUIREMENTS:

    To be eligible for a fellowship, applicants must have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree (at the time of application from a recognized institution in the former Yugoslavia and demonstrated proficiency in English at the time of application. A score of at least 550 on the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or 213 on computer-based tests is required.Applicants must be under the age of 40 and citizens of Albania. Candidates for the faculty of business and finance are expected to take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) as soon as possible. Candidates studying in all other fields (with the exception of Law) are required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

    More detailed information and the application form can be found at the website of the American Embassy in Tirana.
    http://www.usemb-tirana.rpo.at/
     
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    Master's in European Studies in Germany

    Hochschule Bremen, Germany

    Scholarship / Financial aid: a number of scholarships available for exceptional international students
    Date: one academic year
    Deadline: April 15th, each year
    Open to: exceptional international students with a very good command of English, preferably from Eastern Europe or Asia


    Announcement follows:

    The Master of European Studies programme at the Hochschule Bremen is a 12 month, full-time programme in practice-oriented postgraduate education. Its vision is to prepare students for European leadership roles in the private and public sector. The programme provides a comprehensive yet profound and up-to-date study of economic,legal and political dynamics in Europe. Studies in European private and public management, in European economics, law and politics, an intensive seminar in Brussels plus a period of practical training offer an ideal combination of theoretical knowledge, management education, practical skills and European expertise. The programme begins in early October each year.

    Website: http://www.mes.hs-bremen.de
     
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    Senior Research Officer for Politics, Economics, and Society

    The Senior Research Officer (SRO) for Politics, Economics, and Society (PES) will direct the development and implementation of the South East European Research Centre.s (SEERC.s) PES research
    agenda, developing networks of researchers (within the University of Sheffield and CITY
    Liberal Studies, across the SEE region, and between researchers and institutions in the region and Europe and the US), and leading efforts to develop SEERC s work in policy research, policy analysis,and in influencing policy formation in SEE. The SRO for PES will work alongside the SRO for Business, IT, and Computer Science, both SROs will report to the Director. The SRO for PES will also assist in the identification of research funding and the writing of proposals, assist in the oversight of
    the SEERC Doctoral Programme, and the organization of SEERC conferences and other
    dissemination activities in the areas of PES. The ideal candidate will have solid background knowledge of the SEE region in its political, economic, and social dimensions, a strong research and/or policy background, a PhD degree in Economics, Social Science or a related field, at least five years experience conducting research, and good management skills. Fluency in English is essential, additional regional languages a plus. Salary commensurate with experience. SEERC is an international, not-for-profit research center/policy think tank jointly established by the University of Sheffield and CITY Liberal Studies; it is located in Thessaloniki, Greece. SEERC.s mission is to
    support the stable and peaceful development of South-East Europe by conducting pure and applied
    research and policy analysis in and for the region. Individuals interested in applying should send their CV’s to Christin Miariti, SEERC Executive Secretary at cmiariti@seerc.info or mail them to SEERC:

    17 Metropoleos St., Thessaloniki 54624, Greece. Questions can be directed to SEERC.s Director, Dr.

    David A. Stone at: +30-2310-253-477. (Balkan Academic News, 01.02.2004)
     
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    Alexander von Humboldt Foundation- Fellowships and Research Awards, Germany
    Application deadline: various



    The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation grants research fellowships and research awards to highly qualified scholars and scientists of all nationalities not resident in Germany, enabling them to undertake periods of research in Germany, as well as research fellowships to highly qualified German scholars, enabling them to spend periods of research at the institutes of former Humboldt guest-researchers abroad.

    More information
    Website: http://www.avh.de/en/programme/index.htm
     
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    A Training Course in International Affairs Management
    UNITAR is now accepting applications for the 2004 Session of the Fellowship Programme "Building Partnerships for Human Security and Development". The programme is conducted in English. Fluency in spoken and written English is required.
    The Fellowship Programme will take place at the Palais des Nations, the headquarter of the United Nations Office at Geneva, from 14 June to 2 July 2004.
    Please note that the deadline for applications is 3 March 2004.

    Introduction
    Human security and development have emerged to become foremost concerns of the 21st Century. Countless tragedies reveal how vulnerable societies are to human suffering and devastation. They also indicate how inexorably linked state security is to individual security, and how threats and challenges of insecurity, whatever their form and wherever their origin, can almost effortlessly erode the well being of individuals elsewhere. Responses to human security threats and developmental challenges require commitment and concerted action from a wide range of societal groups. Whether the issue is ensuring public safety, providing health care, preventing conflict, or rebuilding collapsed states, it is widely recognized that partnerships are instrumental, not only among actors affected by threats, but also with actors providing assistance to cope with such threats. Human security and development are thus highly inclusive concepts that require actors at multiple levels of society to work together. But as challenges become more complex and new actors attempt to play a contributing role, it is also necessary to ensure that individuals are empowered to take action on their own behalf and become full participants in decision-making processes.

    Objectives
    Building Partnerships for Human Security and Development is an intensive, three-week professional training course designed to address a range of human security and development related phenomena, their inter-relationships and the dynamics of building innovative and viable partnerships.

    Specifically, the course aims to:
    Enhance knowledge and understanding of human security and development, including the complex linkages that surface among their many dimensions; Increase awareness of broad-based partnerships and develop as well as refine key skills and know-how to improve their design and management; Identify good practices and lessons from partnership initiatives;
    and Provide an enabling environment for participants to network and lay the foundations for designing new, or strengthening existing, partnerships.
    The course will cover a range of human security and development topics, including threats to peace and security, and a number of economic, social, environmental, human rights and humanitarian issues. A key aspect of the course is its functional character, which places emphasis on partnerships and encourages participants to explore this theme through a number of specific human security and development challenges.
    The course will privilege practice-oriented training to enable participants to acquire a broad-based understanding of the topic through concept-learning (lectures), role-playing (interactive exercises), experience-sharing (participant presentations) and real world exposure (briefings).
    Candidates should be in the 30-45 years age range.
    The course will take place from 14 June to 2 July 2004 at the Palais des Nations, the headquarters of the United Nations Office at Geneva.
    A limited number of fellowships are available for participants from developing countries and countries with economies in transition.
    Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis and cover course fees, training material, accommodation and a local living stipend. UNITAR also issues tuition waivers for candidates from developing and transition economy countries. For all participants, travel expenses to and from Geneva must be covered individually or by the sponsoring organization. Applications will be reviewed and candidates selected on the basis of their merits and the potential benefit they may gain from their participation in the course. Equitable geographical distribution and gender balance will be ensured. The course will be conducted in English.
    Participants will receive a certificate based on their regular attendance, active participation and submission of a short paper prior to the beginning of the course. Participants will be required to revise the paper during the course and make a presentation at the end of the programme.

    Applications
    Application forms are available from UNITAR headquarters in Geneva and its New York and Hiroshima Offices, as well as from UNDP Country Offices worldwide. Forms may also be downloaded from UNITAR's website.
    Candidates will be informed of final decisions by late-March 2004.
    Location: Switzerland
    More information at website:www.unitar.org/diplomacy/fell_applicationforms.htm
     

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