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Scholarship Program f the German Academic exchange Service (DAAD) in Germany for the academic year 2013/2014. Detailed information can be found through this link below: http://offices.ju.edu.jo/offices/OIR/Lists/ScholarShip/Attachments/79/DAAD%202013-2014.pdf
  
The EPIC Programme offers scholarships for undergraduate, master, doctoral and post-doctoral students and staff. With the support of the Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Union these scholarships will cover travel, insurance, participation costs and a monthly subsistence allowance. For more information please visit this link : http://www3.cardiffmet.ac.uk/english/international/epic/pages/home.aspx
  

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Athens Information Technology (AIT) Scholarships 
This scheme offers 9 annual scholarships, offered to Jordanian students interested in pursuing a post graduate degree in Information Technology. Nine scholarships are granted at the Masters level, three for each of the following programs.

1) Masters of Science in Web Science and Networked Media (WiNMe)

Application deadline: July 17, 2013 & August 16th, 2013 (two admission rounds)

Eligibility criteria:
- Applicants must hold a Bachelor University Degree
- Applicants must demonstrate competence in the English language (TOEFL, IELTS, CAE, CPE, etc.).

Period of study: 16 months Full Time, 32 months Part Time

Admission date: September 2013

How to apply:
Applicants are requested to apply on line by visiting our website at: www.ait.gr/mswinme

  

Masters of Science in Management of Business, Innovation and Technology (MBIT)

Application deadline: July 17, 2013 & August 16th, 2013 (two admission rounds)

Eligibility criteria:
- Applicants must hold a Bachelor University Degree
- Applicants must demonstrate competence in the English language (TOEFL, IELTS, CAE, CPE, etc.)
- Applicants should possess at least 2 years of proven work experience

Period of study: 12 months Full Time, 24 months Part Time

Admission date: September 2013

How to apply:
Applicants are requested to apply on line by visiting our website at: www.ait.gr/masters

  

Masters of Science in Information and Telecommunications Technologies (MSITT)

Application deadline: July 17, 2013 & August 16th, 2013 (two admission rounds)

Eligibility criteria:
- Applicants must hold a Bachelor University Degree
- Applicants must demonstrate competence in the English language (TOEFL, IELTS, CAE, CPE, etc.)

Period of study: 12 months Full Time, 24 months Part Time

Admission date: September 2013

How to apply:
Applicants are requested to apply on line by visiting our website at: www.ait.gr/MSITT

  
Brunei Darussalam Government is offering scholarships tp foriegn students to pursue their studies programs in Doctorate, Master's, and Diplomas in the Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali, and Institute Teknologi Brunei for the academic year 2013-2014. For more information, you can visit the link below: http://www.mofat.gov.bn/index.php/announcement
  
The Middle East Rule of Law Masters Scholarships Program (MEROL) offers fellowships for graduate study leading to masters degrees. Eligible fields include law (LLM), public policy/public administration, media/communications studies, gender/women’s studies, and social work. The program aims to assist in the creation of a critical mass of reform-minded professionals in the Middle East working in fields crucial to the development and sustainability of open societies. Funded by the Open Society Foundations and host partner universities, the program supports Middle Eastern students from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Syria, and Palestine who demonstrate both academic excellence and strong leadership potential. Eligibility Criteria Applicants must: be legal residents of Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Syria, or Palestine (West Bank or Gaza, including East Jerusalem) at the time of the a pplication demonstrate an excellent academic record and have an advanced degree (Minimum: Bachelor’s) display impressive civil society leadership potential have strong English language ability, which will be tested through tests and interviews (Minimum TOEFL score: 480) be able to begin the program in August or September 2013 be able to receive and maintain a U.S. J-1 visa (for students placed in the U.S.) or a Hungarian visa (for students placed at the Central European University in Budapest) participate in an intensive academic writing program in summer 2013 prior to departure to US commit to returning to their home country upon degree completion Competition will be merit based and selection made on the basis of academic excellence, professional aptitude, leadership potential in the field of specialization, and proven commitment to open society values. Ineligibility Criteria Employees of the Open Society Foundations directly involved in the administration of scholarships are not eligible; nor are individuals receiving other Open Society Foundations-funded support during the fellowship period. Guidelines More detailed guidelines and an application form are available for download on in the left-hand column. The deadline for applications to the 2013–2014 academic year is February 7, 2013. Please mail applications to the appropriate AMIDEAST office listed in the application and program guidelines. For more information please visit the link below: http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/grants/middle-east-rule-law-masters-scholarship
  
The Near East, South Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa Undergraduate Exchange Program (NESA UGRAD) is a part of the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD Program), a scholarship program managed by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for emerging student leaders from underrepresented sectors around the world. Launched in 2007, NESA UGRAD originally provided a substantive exchange experience for emerging student leaders from underrepresented sectors of the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia for one year of undergraduate, non-degree studies at a diverse network of accredited two-and four-year U.S. colleges and universities. Since 2007, over 500 students from more than 17 countries and locales have participated in the NESA UGRAD Program. Participant Eligibility NESA UGRAD is a merit-based competition. Applicants must be a citizen, national or permanent resident qualified to hold a valid passport issued by the country from which they apply. Applicants must be full-time students between the ages of 18 and 25 and be in good academic standing. Applicants should be proficient in written and spoken English. Students from diverse backgrounds and/or underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants should have a desire to participate in community service activities. Students must return to their home country after completion of the program. Host Institution Participation In 2012-2013, U.S. colleges and universities in 23 states welcomed over 95 NESA UGRAD participants. Host universities span the U.S. and include community colleges, small liberal arts institutions, state universities and minority-serving institutions. Host advisors on campus provide significant support to NESA UGRAD participants, assisting with cultural adjustment, academics, and professional guidance as participants integrate into campus and local communities. Award Benefits and Requirements Participants are actively engaged on and off campus. They take part in cultural enrichment activities throughout the year and experience various aspects of American life and local communities. They complete 20 hours of community service during the first term. Participants completing a full academic year program must complete an internship in their field of study during the second semester. Participants receive tuition and fees, campus housing, a meal plan, support for pre-approved cultural activities and a modest monthly stipend. Students interested in applying should download the following froms: Applicationform (PDF 695 kb) Recommendation form (PDF 82 kb) Supplemental form (PDF 107 kb) Filled out applications can be sent to AmmanExchanges@state.gov. A check list of the required supporting documents is included in the Supplemental form. DEADLINE: February 24, 2013 For general information about the Global UGRAD Program please visit the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program page.
  
  
Some grants are still available and the Executive Agency in Brussels have amended the possibility to have a second call open for applicants with Syrian nationality to fill remaining places at undergraduate, master, Post-doc and Staff-level. For more information please visit the link below: http://www.josyleem.eu/
  
In the 2012 call for applications, EMUNDUS DUNIABEAM will offer scholarships for undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, post-doctoral exchange and full degree scholarships. These scholarships are financed by the European Commission as part of the Erasmus Mundus Programme and will cover travel, insurance, tuition fees and subsistence allowance. Please check this page again for the dates of the next application period. The call for applications for the of EMUNDUS DUNIABEAM scholarships is now open at http://www.duniabeam.eu
  
Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP) for Graduate Students is designed to provide higher education in Korea for international students in order to promote international exchange in education and mutual friendship between the participating countries. -Brief Information on 2013 KGSP- - Host: National Institute for International Education (http://www.studyinkorea.go.kr) - Scholarship Period: One year Korean Language (September 2013 – August 2014) Two to three year Master/Ph.D Program (September 2014 ~ ) - Benefits: Full-tuition, Living allowance, Air-fare, and etc - Note: Application must be submitted to HUFS or overseas Korean Embassy according to nationality requirements Applicable Departments and majors at HUFS: Graduate School or Graduate School of Int’l & Area Studies Only - Application Deadline: March 22, 2013 - Eligibility and Required Documents: Please refer to attachment * Applicants who have ever enrolled in a university in Korea will be disqualified from applying to the KGSP program. (any degree or exchange program).