Scholarship for Ethiopia

Scholarship for Ethiopian Students and students from Ethiopia to study in Germany

Within the Master of Public Policy (MPP) at the Brandt School a specialisation in Conflict Studies and Management (CSM) is offered as a selective track. The MPP is a two-year, practice-oriented degree programme taught in English and designed for students seeking a career in the public or non-profit sector. During their course of studies, students learn to understand the theoretical underpinnings of political processes and develop critical, analytical and practical abilities. For this purpose, the core curriculum combines quantitative and qualitative approaches to public policy-analysis with elements dedicated to the advancement of personal skills and systematic practical training.

The specialisation in CSM provides students with a sound theoretical basis for analysing contemporary conflicts and developing policy responses to them. Furthermore, it conveys practical skills to assess policy interventions critically and develop approaches to conflict resolution.

Thus, in line with the special focus of a public policy school, the Brandt School looks at conflict studies and management with a special interest in how policy-making and public policy as a research perspective (discipline) need to be re-thought in the context of conflict management and post-conflict reconstruction efforts. In particular, the role of governments, international actors and NGOs as policy-makers in conflict areas, fragile states and war-torn countries will be considered in the CSMP.

The MPP specialising in CSM is designed for students with an academic background in international relations, political sciences and the wider social or human sciences with a proven interest or practical experience in the fields of post-conflict-management and reconstruction, peace building, institutional development and governance, regional security (esp. developing frameworks for regional security architectures), conflict resolution or terrorism.

The MPP specialising in CSM

  • Provides a coherent overview of conflict studies and conflict management theory and practice;
  • Provides different theoretical frameworks that may be used to organise historical knowledge and interpret contemporary policy-making;
  • Examines theories and models of state-, institution-, and peace-building, and evaluates attempts to manage, resolve, or transform conflicts;
  • Provides an ambitious example of the manner in which the multi-disciplinary approach of public policy associated with conflict studies can overcome the limitations of studying conflict through any single disciplinary lens.

Master’s Scholarships

The Master’s Scholarships are awarded for the normal duration of the Master’s course (2 years) with an additional German language course of generally 6 months before the beginning of studies. All scholarships will initially be awarded for a maximum of 12 months and can be extended for another year upon application.

DAAD pays a monthly scholarship rate of currently 750 €. The scholarship also includes contributions to health insurance in Germany. In addition, DAAD grants an appropriate travel allowance as well as a study and research subsidy and in applicable cases rent subsidies and / or family allowances.

The scholarship holders will be exempted from tuition fees. They will be offered special tutoring at the Brandt School, and there is the possibility of further activities.

Application Requirements

Applications are open to candidates from countries in the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, South East Asia, Africa and Latin America (List of countries).

At the time of their application, applicants for a CSMP Master’s scholarship must

  • have completed their studies with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (excellent or very good) in one of the following areas: International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies/War Studies, International Law, Area Studies, Political Sciences with concentrations in conflict studies or conflict regions. Highly qualified applicants with different academic backgrounds who demonstrate at least two years practical experience in the field are also eligible.
  • have excellent knowledge of English; please provide evidence of this by submission of appropriate language certificates (e.g. TOEFL: 550/213/80); knowledge of German is advantageous, but not required.
  • in general have completed their Bachelor’s degree in the last six years.
  • two years professional experience would be an asset.
  • Applicants cannot be considered if they have been in Germany for more than one year at the time of application.

Read more http://scholarization.blogspot.com/2011/06/daad-masters-scholarship-in-conflict.html

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ENDEAVOUR AWARDS

About Endeavour Awards (2012-2013)

The Endeavour Awards is the Australian Government’s internationally competitive, merit-based scholarship program providing opportunities for citizens of the Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe and Americas to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia. Awards are also available for Australians to undertake study, research and professional development abroad.

The Endeavour Awards aim to:

 Develop on-going educational, research and professional linkages between individuals, organisations and countries;

 Provide opportunities for high achieving individuals from Australia and overseas to increase their skills and enhance their global awareness;

 Contribute to Australia’s position as a high quality education and training provider, and a leader in research and innovation; and

 Increase the productivity of Australians through an international study, research or professional development experience.

The Endeavour Awards are a part of the Australia Awards initiative which was announced by the Government in November 2009. The Australia Awards have been established to maximise the benefit to Australia of its extensive scholarship programs, and to support enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours.

The Australia Awards will bring together the international development awards administrated by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) and the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations’ (DEEWR) Endeavour Awards under a single recognisable brand. The Australia Awards are being progressively phased in commencing in 2010.

Awards

1. Endeavour Postgraduate Awards
-International (Asia-Pacific and Middle East; The Americas and Caribbean) applicants only
-Postgraduate study/research for an Australian Masters degree or PhD
-Up to 2 years for a Masters; Up to 4 years for a PhD
-Up to $228,500 (PhD) and $118,500 (Masters) in total
-Health and travel insurance will be provided.

2. Endeavour Research Fellowships
-International (Asia-Pacific and Middle East; The Americas and Caribbean; Europe) and Australian applicants
-Research towards a Masters degree or PhD in home country; or postdoctoral research
-4 – 6 months
-Up to $23,500 in total ($AUD2,500 per month), not covering tution fees
-Health and travel insurance will be provided.

3. Endeavour Europe Awards

-International (Europe) applicants only
-Postgraduate study/research for an Australian Masters degree or PhD
-4 months – 1 year
-Up to $38,500 in total ($AUD2,500 per month), not covering tuition fees
-Health and travel insurance will be provided.

Eligibility for Endeavour Postgraduate Awards, Endeavour Research Fellowships, Endeavour Europe Awards

-a record of high-level academic achievement in the applicant’s chosen field of study;
-a well defined study or research program;
-a proposal that is relevant to the needs and interests of Australia and the applicant’s home country;
-the applicant’s potential to foster ongoing collaboration and cooperation with Australia and potential to participate at a high level in the academic or wider community in their home country on return from Australia, and
-outstanding community service or civic participation that has benefited your community (see explanation below)

4. Endeavour Vocational Education and Training (VET) Awards
-International (Asia-Pacific and Middle East; The Americas and Caribean; Europe) applicants only
-Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree
-1- 2.5 years
-Up to $119,500 in total ($AUD2,500 per month), tuition fees up to a max, of $AUD13, 000 per year

How to apply ?  visit  http://scholarization.blogspot.com/2011/01/endeavour-awards-from-australian.html 

 

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