The University of Groningen in Netherland is offering a scholarship to all talented students from all developing countries. The scholarship is the Eric Bleumink Fund awards, by this scholarship the students may be able to pursue their Master’s programme. To be able to develop the students and make contributions to the development of their own Country land.
This scholarship started since the year 2000, they handed out more than 60 scholarships. Over 60 young, talented and ambitious people were able to follow their study at the University of Groningen. They are also introduced from different academic cultures, libraries, and international contacts that often lacking in their homeland.
The scholarships can be taken in Netherlands, for the students wanting to pursue their master’s programme and are awarded to learn any of the courses offered by the university. The scholarship covers the tuition fee, costs of international airfare travel, subsistence, books, and health insurance.
The student’s needs to have an excellent academic performance, meaning an excellent grade during their bachelor or undergraduate studies. An English proficiency, in good health and available to pursue the whole period of the program, and being able to take part of the programme.
For more information about the scholarship and the list of eligible developing countries please refer to this link: http://www.rug.nl/education/international-students/financial-matters/ericbleumink
The application deadline is December 1, 2017.
Training Awards for International Postgraduate at McGill University in Canada 2018
A two bursary awards for postgraduate training in residency program will be offered by The Department of Pediatrics at McGill University. The award is for international Medical doctors who are graduates of medical schools listed in the FAIMER Directory.
McGill University is a public research university located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Established in 1821 by royal charter, granted by King George IV of the United Kingdom. The University stands the name of James McGill, a Montreal commercial from Scotland whose heirloom in the year 1813 formed the university’s precursor, McGill College.
Bursary Award for Alan Ross Academic
The Alan Ross Academic Bursary Award is presented each year to successful applicants pursuing postgraduate training in a pediatric specialty after the students accomplished three years of core training in pediatrics, or corresponding. Successful students will anticipate pursuing an educational career in pediatrics upon achievement of training. The award is for Physicians who will be trained mostly in research and who might have a mutable degree of clinical contact.
Pediatrics Clinical Bursary Award
The pediatric clinical bursary award is being offered each year, a students who is pursuing a postgraduate training in a pediatric specialty after completed three years of core training in pediatrics or its corresponding. Upon completion of students training, they will intend to pursue an academic career in pediatrics. The majority of the training will consist of clinical work.
The scholarship amount is up to 44,400$ US Dollar each year, in the field of pediatrics. All international students are eligible to apply.
The deadline for application is March 15, 2018.
For further details please consult this link: https://www.mcgill.ca/peds/education-training/pgme/funding