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Vacancy: Become A UN Paid Volunteer

UN Paid Volunteers are between 18 and 55 years old, and work with UN agencies on the front lines of political, developmental and humanitarian operations. Who are UN Volunteers? UN Volunteers are a separate category of UN Volunteers recently created in response to the United Nations Secretary-General’s call for greater engagement …

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All African Presidential Scholars’ Program 2018/2019 | UMAPS

About the Award: The U-M African Presidential Scholars Program (UMAPS) brings early career faculty members from Ethiopia, Ghana, South Africa, Liberia, Uganda, Nigeria and other African countries to the University of Michigan for residencies lasting up to six months. Faculty members of colleges and universities in all other African countries cannot …

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Scholarships for International Students, 2017 | Lesley University, USA

The Lesley University is offering Lesley Merit Scholarships for first-year international students. Scholarships are available for pursuing the undergraduate programme. The Lesley University is a private, coeducational university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It offers education, expressive therapies, creative writing, counselling, and fine arts programs. Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing the undergraduate …

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Scholarship in USA: Pace University Merit-Based Scholarship for International Students, 2017/2018

Scholarship Description: Pace University is offering merit-based scholarships to international students. Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate programme Country of Study: United States of America Degree Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate programme. Available  Subject: Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university. Application Deadline: 1st November, 2017. Eligibility …

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MasterCard Scholarship Program For African Students at Stanford University – USA

The MasterCard Foundation education initiative at Stanford University USA will provide comprehensive support to 20 talented but economically disadvantaged students from Africa over the next eight years. The Scholars Program will support five (5) undergraduates from Sub-Saharan Africa each year, according to Karen Cooper, director of financial aid. The first students will enroll after …

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