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Norway to provide scholarships through AIT

The Norwegian government has launched a scholarship program for Myanmar students through the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT). The 30 million krone (US$5.2 million) program comes shortly after Norway lifted its trade and investments sanctions. The country, however, continues to follow European Union sanctions. It is thought to be the first scholarship program funded by a European Union country that ...

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Upcoming scholarship deadlines

Upcoming scholarship deadlines Feb. 27 and 28, 3 to 5:30 p.m.: SAT Preparation Class at Lodi High. Fee of $89 includes five hours of instruction, test-taking tips and strategies, and take-home study material. Register online at www.rmass.com. Scholarship deadlines   Feb. 15: Best Buy @15 Scholarship Program will award 1,200 scholarships of $1,000 each to students in grades 9 through ...

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Scholarship is accepting applications

South Rock Island Township is accepting applications for the Township Officials of Illinois scholarship program for graduating high school seniors planning to attend an Illinois college or university in the fall. The program is for students that have demonstrated a willingness to accept leadership responsibilities and serve their communities. The state organization will award seven $2,000 scholarships to graduating seniors. ...

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Students to benefit from Rwandan scholarships

Rwanda will give scholarships to students from the East African Community (EAC) to study at Carnegie Mellon University in the capital, Kigali, according to an announcement by the Ministry of Education. “The scholarships will be offered to students who fulfill the academic requirements and acceptance to the CMU Rwanda programmes upon completion of an evaluation form for the assessment of ...

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Kingdom offers scholarships to Filipino undergraduates

Some 150 Filipinos may avail of graduate courses offered by Saudi Arabia’s government, Philippine ambassador to the Kingdom Ezzedin Tago said. Tago said Saudi Minister for Higher Education Khalid Al-Anqari announced the graduate courses are for Filipinos in various universities in the Kingdom. He said he will encourage Filipinos seeking higher education to apply for the scholarships available in all ...

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