The applications are open for the fully-funded scholarship program in Psychology at Cardiff University. Interested applicants can apply until 3rd February 2020.


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Organization: Cardiff University is a public research university located in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom.


Duty Station: Cardiff, UK


Open To: interested candidates


Timeframe:  October 2020


Deadline: 3 february 2020


Job description: Master in Psychology, research and case study on patients


Qualifications:  full class/good upper second degree, or a distinction/merit at masters level; proven ability in research 


Wage/Fees: 15,009 pounds


Application process: go on the website offer and follow the application procedure


Useful links: Cardiff University Scholarship


Contact Information: Cardiff University 


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The University of Iowa School of Art and Art History seeks applications from emerging to established artists in printmaking for the Grant Wood Fellowship Program for the 2020-21 academic year.


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Organization: The University of Iowa is one of the nation's premier public research universities with 32,535 students from 114 countries and all 50 states. 


Duty Station: Iowa City, USA


Open To: graduate


Timeframe:  not mentioned


Deadline:  February 1, 2020


Job description: Teach one class per semester in the University of Iowa School of Art & Art History, Printmaking Area.  The candidate may teach either an introductory, intermediate or an advanced course depending on the needs of the program. • Present a public lecture about their work • Participate in limited public outreach activities (e.g.: workshops, discussion of your work with a local arts organization) • Shared exhibition at end-of-year with the Grant Wood Fellow in Painting & Drawing, and possibly the fellow in Performing Arts.

Qualifications: MFA in printmaking by the start of the appointment or have a combination of education and experience that exceeds the MFA degree. Evidence of a national exhibition record.University level teaching experience beyond their graduate career. Demonstration of a promising program of creative research that contributes to the current needs of the undergraduate and graduate student population in the Studio Art Division. Understanding of a variety of conceptual approaches in the teaching of printmaking, proficiency in critical theory and contemporary art.


Wage/Fees: $40,000 salary and benefits


Application process: C.V. including a phone number, email, mailing address and the URL for their website. Letter of interest. One-page artist statement. Link to their artist website providing digital documentation of recent work (at least 20 images with a description of work). 3 professional references – names and contact information only


Useful links: IOWA Fellowship


Contact Information: University of Iowa


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The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung awards scholarships to international master students and graduates in order to enable study and research at universities in Germany. They promote intercultural dialogues, the formation of international networks as well as the internationalization of universities and science.


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Organization: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, a political foundation that is active nationwide. The overseas offices serve more than 200 projects in more than 120 countries worldwide. 


Duty Station: Germany


Open To: Only students in master, postgraduate or doctoral studies (age limit of 30 years for all applicants)


Timeframe: one year at least (two semesters)


Deadline: July, 14 2020


Job description: The scholarships consist not only of financial assistance but also include a program of ideational support. The scholars are expected to participate actively in this program throughout the eligibility period, including the participation in at least four multi-day seminars of our annual agenda, regular attendance and active participation in the meetings of the regional scholar group at their university. The activities of these regional scholar groups offer a unique opportunity to enter into an interdisciplinary, political and personal exchange with other scholars, alumni and representatives of our foundation at the universities, the so called “Vertrauensdozenten”. After finishing their studies in Germany, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung expects its former scholars to contribute actively to the development of their home country’s relations with the Federal Republic of Germany.


Qualifications: The Sponsorship Program for Foreign Students (Ausländerförderung) is aimed at international students and graduates who have acquired a university degree in their home country and who intend to complete postgraduate or master studies, doctoral studies or a research stay at a university in Germany. The candidate must be able to provide evidence of above average academic performance, bring broad general education and distinct interest in political issues, have a positive attitude towards democracy and human rights and have been actively engaged in voluntary work for the benefit of the people and the society in their home countries. A sufficient knowledge of the German language (level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) is obligatory for all scholars even if the courses of their planned studies are taught in English.


Wage/Fees: Graduates (master or postgraduate students) receive a monthly scholarship of € 850. PhD-students receive a monthly scholarship of € 1.200. Beside the monthly scholarship payments, multiple subsidies for our scholars are given. On request, health care insurance of up to the amount of € 120 per month. A family supplement provided that you and your spouse live together in one place in Germany for at least three months and that his/her income does not exceed the amount of € 450 per month. A supplement of € 194 per month for children living with you in Germany is granted. Fees resulting from courses at the university in Germany that are directly related to your studies can be refunded up to the amount of € 500 per semester. In contrast, we do not refund regular semester fees resulting from matriculation or annual re-registration.


Application process: the candidate can use the online procedure to fill out the application form online and upload all required application documents: resume in tabular form including details about your previous voluntary work or social commitment, copies of your examination certificates in German translation if the originals are not in English, copies of your studies performance records if you have been studying at a University in Germany, proof of German language skills (DSH exam or the DaF-test). An informal academic letter of recommendation. An informal letter of recommendation concerning the applicant’s personality, the certificate of admission or matriculation from your university in Germany. Two passport photographs: If applying for a doctoral scholarship, please attach additionally. A detailed description of your doctoral thesis, written in German or English (4-5 pages). A second academic letter of recommendation.


Useful links: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Scholarship


Contact Information: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Portal;


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Vorresti studiare in Indonesia? Avvera il tuo desiderio e candidati per il Future Global Leaders Scholarships all’Universitas Islam Indonesia.


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Ente: Universitas Islamic Indonesia, la più antica università privata del paese


Dove: Indonesia


Quando: non specificato


Destinatari: tutti, esclusi cittadini indonesiani


Scadenza: non specificato


Descrizione dell’offerta: borsa di studio per il miglior studente a livello internazionale per conseguire un diploma universitario nell’anno accademico 2019-2020.


Requisiti: per partecipare all’erogazione del fondo, si deve aver completato il ciclo di studi secondario nel proprio paese e aver avuto ottimi risultati scolastici. 


Retribuzione: I vincitori di borsa di studio saranno esentati dal pagamento delle tasse universitarie


Guida all’application: I candidati sono tenuti ad essere iscritti all’università. Dopo essere stati ammessi possono richiedere la borsa di studio, allegando il certificato di laurea e relativa traduzione giurata, allegare una scansione a colori della prima pagina del passaporto, un certificato di sana e robusta costituzione, il curriculum vitae aggiornato, una dichiarazione di intenti e che durante il soggiorno con visto per studio non si svolgerà alcun lavoro. necessaria una dichiarazione nella quale si afferma di sottostare alla legge indonesiana per il periodo del soggiorno.


Informazioni utili: è presente un Campus Universitario


Link utili: Universitas Islamic Indonesia; Study Portal Scholarship


Contatti Utili: UII +62 274 898444

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I World Fellows sono persone di carattere, integrità, energia e talento. Sono dinamici, creativi, dirompenti e innovativi. Sono leader altruisti che servono, ispirano e motivano gli altri. Hanno dimostrato un impatto nella società, sono in crescita nelle loro carriere e sono ambiziosi per evolversi al massimo delle loro potenzialità. Pensi di poter essere uno di loro? Fai domanda per questa posizione!


Per opportunità simili visita la sezione: Formazione per le Carriere Internazionali.


Ente: Dalla sua fondazione nel 1701, la Yale University si è dedicata all'espansione e alla condivisione delle conoscenze, ispirando l'innovazione e preservando le informazioni culturali e scientifiche per le generazioni future.


Dove: New Haven, Connecticut.


Quando: Data di inizio: Settembre/Ottobre 2020.


Destinatari: Candidati con il seguente profilo:

  • avere almeno cinque anni e in genere non più di vent'anni di carriera, con risultati professionali comprovati a livello regionale, nazionale o internazionale e una chiara indicazione di futuri contributi ed eccellenze. L'età media di un Greenberg World Fellow è di 39 anni, anche se non esiste un limite di età minima o massima.


Scadenza:  NS.


Descrizione dell’offerta: Il Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program è un programma a tempo pieno di quattro mesi basato sul Jackson Institute for Global Affairs di Yale. Il programma offre ai World Fellows l'opportunità di espandere la propria visione, imparare gli uni dagli altri e crescere personalmente e professionalmente. I World Fellows contribuiscono alla vita intellettuale di Yale, tengono conferenze e partecipano a panel, collaborano con colleghi, classi di audit e studenti tutor.



  • avere un’ottima padronanza della lingua inglese. Una padronanza eccellente della lingua inglese è essenziale;
  • essere cittadino di un paese diverso dagli Stati Uniti. Mentre i cittadini con doppia cittadinanza sono ammissibili, viene data preferenza ai candidati il cui lavoro è focalizzato al di fuori degli Stati Uniti.


Retribuzione: La Yale University offre questo pacchetto di compensazione:

  • Uno stipendio tassabile per coprire i costi della vita a New Haven;
  • Un modesto appartamento arredato con una o due camere da letto per la durata del programma;
  • Assicurazione sanitaria;
  • Andata e ritorno dal paese di origine.

Non ci sono tasse di iscrizione o altri costi da applicare.


Guida all’application: Dopo aver creato un account e aver effettuato l'accesso all'applicazione online, puoi caricare file e caricare le tue lettere di raccomandazione. I candidati sono tenuti a presentare un curriculum vitae (massimo 3 pagine), un abstract personale (massimo 1000 parole) e tre lettere di raccomandazione. I candidati hanno anche la possibilità di presentare una breve dichiarazione video.


Informazioni utili: Informazioni rilevanti per i candidati


Link utili

Yale University


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World Fellows are people of character, integrity, energy and talent. They are dynamic, creative, disruptive and innovative. They are selfless leaders who serve, inspire and motivate others. They have demonstrated impact, they are on the rise in their careers, and they are ambitious to grow to their full potential. Do you think you could be one of them? Apply for this position then!


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Organization: Since its founding in 1701, Yale has been dedicated to expanding and sharing knowledge, inspiring innovation, and preserving cultural and scientific information for future generations.


Duty Station: Yale University, Connecticut.


Open To: Candidates with the following profile:

  • be at least five, and typically not more than twenty, years into their careers, with demonstrated professional accomplishments at a regional, national, or international level, and a clear indication of future contributions and excellence. The average age of a Greenberg World Fellow is 39, though there is no minimum or maximum age limit.


Timeframe:  Start date: September/October 2020.


Deadline: NS.


Job description: The Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program is a four-month, full-time residential program based out of Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. The Program provides World Fellows the opportunity to expand their vision, learn from each other, and grow personally and professionally.  World Fellows contribute to Yale’s intellectual life, give talks and participate on panels, collaborate with peers, audit classes, and mentor students.



  • be fluent in English. An excellent command of the English language is essential;
  • be a citizen of a country other than the United States. While dual citizens are eligible, preference is given to candidates whose work is focused outside the US.


Wage/Fees: Yale University is offering this compensation package:

  • A taxable stipend to cover the costs of living in New Haven;
  • A modest, furnished one- or two-bedroom apartment for the duration of the program;
  • Medical insurance;
  • Round-trip travel from home country.

There is no application fee or other cost to apply.

Application process: After creating an account and accessing the online application, you can upload materials and request your letters of recommendation. Applicants are required to submit a résumé/curriculum vitae (maximum 3 pages), a personal statement (maximum 1000 words), and three letters of recommendation. Applicants also have the option of submitting a brief video statement.


Useful links:  

Yale University

Useful informations for applicants



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If you are going to attend University soon and are worried about the interview University Admission Guide gives a few tips how to make a great impression and be prepared at the interviews. Applying at the Universities will never been that easy.


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Organization: is Scotland's biggest recruitment site with almost 1.5 million visits per month . It is based in Glasgow and it’s also number 1 with recruiters and is used by thousands of companies including Scotland's biggest employers. Not Only helps finding the right opportunity but also helps with different guides of how to organize your career or how to be successful in your first steps toward your professional life. In this article talks about University Admission and how to make a great interview. For more guides about S1jobs please follow the link  published on our site


Mission: Getting into the university of your choice can be difficult – there are lots of people applying for a limited number of places, but with careful preparation you’ll improve your chances. This University Admission guide provides some essential tips. The guide is based in 4 most important  areas such as;Preparing for an Interview, you must own an unpredictable fluid nature of conversation. There are a series of steps you can take to make sure you’re as prepared as possible for any situation; Rereading your application in case you may be asked about what you wrote; Take public speaking lessons in order to learn how to confidently present yourself; Practising with friend and family; Researching past interviews to have an idea of what you should expect.Learn how to present yourself, be assertive, use a strong body language; take care of your look, be authentic and most important show your social skills.University Admission Guide helps you understand which are the common university interview questions and look how to best tackle them.

It’s essential to come across as an individual who has a genuine passion for their studies. There are a number of ways you can do this, including making it obvious you’re paying close attention and turning up to the interview with a clear and detailed knowledge of what the course covers – having read around the subject to see how it develops beyond what you have studied at school. Arguably the best way to demonstrate this interest is by asking questions yourself. While you won’t want to bombard the interviewer with queries, actively getting involved in the chat in this way shows you genuinely care about why you’re there.


Useful links:

University Admission Guide

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The Global Economics and Social Affairs Master-GESAM is an international course organised by the outstanding University Ca’ Foscari in Venice, in collaboration with the International Labour Organization. The Master’s degree programme provides a wide range of interesting disciplines, from economics, global affairs to legal disciplines, entirely taught in English. The GESAM programme prepares future leaders, who can face global challenges, and equips students with the essential skills to identify and interpret global issues and their trends. The Master is designed for people who wishes to undertake an international career and acquire management skills in order to combine market and competitiveness trends with the ever-increasing need to promote sustainable development with special attention to social and environmental aspects. The last part of the course is a Summer School in Geneva, furthermore while working on the final dissertation the student will have the chance to attend a period of study and research at one of the university partners of the GESAM. This year will be its fifth edition and the enrollment for this unique international Master is currently open


International Careers team interviewed Joanne Houston’s a former student attending GESAM. Let’s have a look and read  about the importance of choosing GESAM for her career and life!

Why did you choose Master GESAM?

J: Over the last few years I have developed an ever-increasing interest in economic sciences and their connection to social issues. Before starting the Master program, I attended courses such as International Trade, Labor Economics, Foreign Direct Investment and Financial Crisis, that make me analyze the connection between economics, politics and social phenomena. This allowed me to understand that the political and institutional system is closely related to its economic development, which, in turn, strongly influences social phenomena. So, the elements that most pushed me to choose this Master were firstly the chance to deepen this complexity, furthermore to understand which aspects are to be considered fundamental for a sustainable economical approach, are. The way the Master is shaped, pushed me to choose it. Thanks to lectures, workshops, internships and theses, it offers varied solutions, and therefore the possibility to observe issues from different points of view.

Do you think it was useful to follow the Master's course in English?

J: Yes, a lot. A Masters in English makes possible to gather not only students from different cultures, but also teachers. During the Master's Degree, I could follow lectures taught from teachers of different countries, such as: Italy, China, France, Germany and Switzerland. This was extremely interesting, as it allowed me to experience various teaching methods; in addition it gave me the possibility to have a confrontation with new points of view. Carrying out a Master's degree in English is also more practical, because it allows to write the dissertation and address topics in the most esteemed/ required language for an employment.


The Faculty Committee consists of University professors, of Officers of Non-Governmental Organizations and Institutions and Technicians, both national and international, experts in the economic, legal and social fields. Would you share with us the most positive memory fixed on your mind about a lecture in class?

J: I really appreciate to have lessons with professors of several background. Every single day I could take advantage from a different teaching method, which made the whole programme more fascinating. Raymond Saner and Lichia were among the first professors we had. Fantastic, like many others! They challenged us, from the first moment, they motivated us to think about very interesting as complicated issues. With them we have deepened Sustainable Development Goals, from one hand through a more traditional lecture, and from the other hand through a more interactive activities. For example, we were divided into two groups and we played a simulation game in order to find a solution to problems in relation with Sustainable Development Goals. In few hours thanks to this kind of activity I had the chance to understand how difficult it is to tackle topics related to sustainability, because you need to consider several perspectives.


What about the Summer School experience in Geneva?

J: Very interesting! First of all, I had the opportunity to visit a new city and to meet all my classmates a month later the end of the lessons. Together, we followed interesting presentations and lessons at the International Labor Organization (ILO), we learned a lot of this institution during the weeks in Venice. This allowed us to look more closely at how the ILO works, and to better understand its structure. Some officials of this institution, we met, talked to us about some of their projects. We also had the chance to see again some professors, known in Venice, during lessons we have had before the Summer School experience. The last day in Geneva was instead dedicated to guided visits to the World Trade Organization and the United Nations, another amazing experience.

Thanks to the Master -GESAM students are offered the opportunity to apply for an internship. The Master-GESAM arranges internships to students in several working environments, in Italy or abroad, at NGOs, Research Centres, Enterprises, Banks, Institutions, in order to create a suitable solution tailored to the needs of each student. How was your internship experience?

J: Currently, I am doing an internship in Brussels at CSR Europe. I've been in Belgium for three months, and I'm halfway through my internship experience. I am lucky to work with experts in the field of sustainability and social responsibility, which is allowing me to deepen the topics covered in the Master, and to learn more. I work with people who are passionate about their work, prepared, and available all the time, in a lively and very interesting city. This experience helped me to affirm my interest in working in the field of sustainability for the forthcoming scenarios, in an international environment. Therefore, I can say that my internship experience has been, and still is very interesting. An advice: organize well and on time because many organizations and institutions have precise deadlines for the applications of traineeships.

Who would you recommend to enroll in the Master-GESAM?

J: I would recommend Master-GESAM to all those interested in learning more about issues related to sustainability, work, international law, anyone is interested in deepening the connection between economy and social issues, and to those who are generally interested in understanding deeply the link between economic, social and political contexts. I would also recommend this Master to those who want to put themselves to the test. Certainly, I had the opportunity to share the study experience with students from different educational paths, which allowed me to consider topics from new points of view.

What are you in now?

J: At the moment I am in Brussels, where I am doing an internship at CSR Europe, an organization that deals with projects related to corporate social responsibility. In particular, I deal with projects related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the circular economy, topics that strongly fascinate me. Thanks to many of the lectures attended during the Master's Degree, I had the opportunity to deepen the SDGs from different points of view, something that is helping me a lot in this experience. This Master and my current internship experience give me the opportunity to get into the world of corporate social responsibility more deeply, and convinced me to look for future opportunities of employment in the field of sustainability.


More interested in GESAM? To learn more about this unique programme just have a look at the previous article, which gives you more details about Master-GESAM


Joanne Houston

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The Newcastle University offers international and EU Student Scholarship awarded to undergraduate and postgraduate students! Apply now and start your academic year at the Newcastle University!


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Organization: The Newcastle Colleges merged to form King's College in 1937. In 1963, when the federal University was dissolved, King's College became the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. The University changed its trading name to Newcastle University in 2006. The Newcastle University have a world-class reputation for research excellence and are spearheading three major societal challenges that have a significant impact on global society. These themes are: Ageing, Sustainability, and Social Renewal. The University research excellence was rewarded in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, where Newcastle is ranked: 16th in the country for research power, 3rd in the UK for research quality, 8th in the UK for Medical and Life Sciences research quality and in the top 12 for Geography, Architecture and Planning, and Cultural and Media Studies.


Duty Station: Newcastle, UK


Open to: All students interested and possessing the required qualifications


Timeframe: Commences September


Deadline: no deadline. However, interested applicants are strongly advised to apply early.


Job Description: Newcastle Law School has scholarships available to international and home/EU students intending to pursue studies at Newcastle University in one of the following programmes:


- International Business Law

- Environmental Regulation and Sustainable Development

- International Law


The following scholarships are available:

 - 5 partial awards of £3,000 each to international applicants

- 2 partial awards of £2,500 each to home/EU applicants

- 1 full-tuition fee scholarship to an international applicant


Qualification: The Scholarships are awarded exclusively on academic merit in recognition of academic excellence. Ideal candidates should possess the following qualifications:

- recent law graduates

- undergraduates completing their course before September 2016

- those currently completing professional legal qualifications

- non-Law graduates in a discipline related to the programme

- International and home/EU students


Wage/Fee: From £2,500 to £3,000


Application process: Candidates must create a personal account on the University website (see Useful Link) and apply on-line for admissions by selecting an undergraduate or postgraduate.


Useful Link:

Vacancy Page

Newcastle University website

Application Page


Contacts information:


Newcastle University

Newcastle upon Tyne

Tyne and Wear




tel. number: +44 (0) 191 208 6000


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Even if you find a problem, you will find a solution as well”. This is how today, at the Opening Ceremony of the Rome International Careers Festival, Eva Ratti defined the role of a researcher. She focuses her attention on PhD, a payed training under a supervisor.

After having graduated from Astrophysics in Italy, Eva Ratti went to the Netherlands and was granted a PhD. Then, coming back to Italy, she became aware of the lack of opportunities for “Philosophiae doctors” who choose to stick with science.

As statistics show, only 5% of those who take a PhD continue with research, while the other 95% have to find another job. That’s why people think that there is no future for research in Italy and most of the Italian researchers leave their country to go abroad.

“Staying abroad helps you open your mind to other cultures, share your opinions, compare ideas and work on yourself. It makes you become a citizen of the world. On the other side, it is difficult to stay away from home, having to deal with another language and a different culture.” Eva said. In order to solve this problem, Eva Ratti decided to create a startup, with the aim of fueling the innovation power of companies and organizations by connecting them with those coming from a scientific research experience who are seeking career opportunities in the corporate world. Although society and science are considered two separate worlds, Eva underlines the fact that these realities are interacting and that “the methods of science affect our everyday life and thinking heavily”. An example to clarify is when you take medicines in a certain way, you trust the pharmacist who sold it to you . The pharmacist trusts the producers of the medicine and these people trust the research.

Eva Ratti stresses the concept that knowing science helps you in many ways since its very nature makes you grow a critical and thoughtful mentality. Ultimately, thanks to these knowledges you’ll less naif and more aware of the world around you. In this sense, for those who choose to get a PhD with true motivation and awareness, applying one's knowledge to everyday life could be an added value, given the fact that researchers are best trained to face the challenges of innovation.

Giulia Maccone, Giordana Falzea, Alessandro Triolo

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