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The Cervantes Institute Offers Scholarships

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The Cervantes Institute Offers Scholarships

The Cervantes Institute offers university graduates internship scholarships to train in various departments. Successful candidates will intern for an initial duration of 12 months at Cervantes Institute centers in the autonomous community of Madrid. That period can be extended for another 12 months depending on budget availability and following a favorable review from the intern’s manager. Interns will receive 800 Euros a month.

Interns are required to know Spanish, and candidates who are not from a Spanish-speaking country must hold a diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE) at a minimum level of C1. They must also hold or have fulfilled the requirements to obtain by the application deadline, a university degree (bachelors degree, doctorate degree, or equivalent degrees on specialized subjects related to the positions being offered, which you can see in the Anexo I section of the announcement published in the official state bulletin.

Interns may not have received the scholarship previously.

The selection process will be carried out in two phases. In the first one, the merits and achievements of candidates will be considered according to the documentation provided by the candidates themselves: the résumé –from which most of the points will be awarded, academic records and knowledge of languages. The ten candidates who earn the most points will be invited to a personal interview.

The deadline to apply has passed for this round. E-mail (seleccion.sede@cervantes.es) for more information on when the next deadline will be, or check their web site.

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Fellowship Opportunities at the Pacific Forum CSIS

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Fellowship Opportunities at the Pacific Forum CSIS

The Pacific Forum CSIS is accepting applications for three of its five Honolulu-based research fellowships. This is an exciting opportunity for bright young scholars and professionals to research Asia-Pacific foreign policy issues under the supervision and guidance of Pacific Forum senior staff. Additionally, fellows are active participants in the Pacific Forum’s Young Leaders Program, where they will interact with senior-level experts and officials at conferences and dialogues throughout the region.

The following resident fellowships are currently open for application: Read More…

Study Abroad Funding Sources

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Study Abroad Funding Sources

Nationally Competitive Scholarships

Alfred Russell Wallace Grants
Operation Wallacea (a network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research programmes)
U.S. undergraduate students looking to join one of the Operation Wallacea biodiversity teams
1 grant of $1500, 1 grant of $750, and 3 grants of $500
February 27, 2015 for summer 2015
http://opwall.com/about-us/alfred-russel-wallace-grants/

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Applicants must be Pell Grant recipients and are encouraged to select underrepresented destinations and study critical-need languages
up to $5,000; Critical Need Language Awards up to $8,000
October 7 for spring and summer (early application)
March 3 for summer (regular application), fall semester, and academic year
http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program Read More…

2015 Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship

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2015 Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship

The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program is pleased to announce the opening of its application period and an expansion to thirty fellowships for 2015.   The Fellowship welcomes applications from individuals who want to make a difference in the world through service as Foreign Service officers in the U.S. Department of State.

The Rangel Graduate Fellowship Program provides benefits of up to $95,000 over two years toward a two-year master’s degree, arranges internships on Capitol Hill and at U.S. embassies, and provides mentorship and professional development support. Read More…

Hybl Democracy Studies Fellowship

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Hybl Democracy Studies Fellowship

Application deadline: Monday, 31 March

IFES is pleased to announce its annual Hybl Democracy Studies Fellowship Program. William Hybl, vice chairman of IFES’ Board of Directors, and wife Kathy, fund one fellowship (6–8 weeks, dates flexible) each year exclusively for graduate students at universities in the Rocky Mountain region. The Hybl Fellow receives a stipend of $5,000 and works in our international headquarters in Washington, D.C. Fellows are housed in the F. Clifton White Applied Research Center and benefit from access to IFES experts, IFES’ online Virtual Resource Center collection, and proximity to the various libraries and organizations of Washington. Read More…