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Erasmus Mundus - IMMIT Scholarships
« on: September 08, 2010, 10:35:02 AM »
International Master in Management of IT (IMMIT), which is jointly offered by IAE Aix Graduate School of Management, Université Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseille III (France), Turku University (Finland) and Tilburg University (The Netherlands). You will find relevant information about this exciting two-year Master’s programme on this website, including course descriptions, interviews with students, alumni and professors and case examples. As the international reputation of the IMMIT programme continues to grow, so will your credentials in the eyes of future employers around the globe.

IMMIT offers you:

* a highly innovative programme for top students
* outstanding academic quality
* experience with the international classroom and a broadening of your views on Business and IT
* small sized classes
* a strong international orientation
* guaranteed internships, which means fast track career opportunities
* exposure to cutting edge research and education in a fast growing discipline
* a coherent and well-structured programme

Scholarship for third-country nationals, eligible for an Erasmus Mundus Category A scholarship, are citizens from all other countries than: the 27 EU Member States.

Erasmus Mundus Scholarships receive a total of approx. €48.000 during the 2 years of studies. This is a full scholarship that should cover yearly tuition fees, living expenses and travel expenses. A more detailed description of the amount will be given to the student as soon as the scholarship has been awarded.

Applicants need to meet the following admission criteria:

* The IMMIT programme is open to students with a Bachelor’s or equivalent undergraduate degree (180 ECTS) either in Management/Economics/Business Administration or in Computer Science/Information System. Students with an engineering degree can be admitted if their previous education includes IT and information systems.
* A satisfactory scholastic average, a minimum of 3.0 (B) grade-point average, in course work completed during the Bachelor’s degree.
* If you are required an English proficiency test then include an official copy of one of the following English proficiency tests: Academic IELTS (min. 6.5 overall/6.0 on parts), TOEFL (min. paper based: 575, computer based: 233, internet based: 90) or Cambridge Proficiency
* An official copy of your GMAT test. The average GMAT score of accepted students is 600. Or an official copy of your GRE test score. Our incoming students usually score above the 75% percentile on the quantitative section.
* Students with a relevant Bachelor degree from one of the partner institutions of the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, IAE Aix-en-Provence and Turku University do not need to submit the GMAT/GRE test score. (Note: a GMAT/GRE is however required in case a student wants to qualify for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship Category A or Category B).
* A statement of purpose (motivation letter).
* Two letters of recommendation
* Complete resume in English

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NED Grant

The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a private, nonprofit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world. Each year, NED makes more than 1,000 grants to support the projects of non-governmental groups abroad who are working for democratic goals in more than 90 countries.

Each year NED makes direct grants to hundreds of nongovernmental groups abroad working to ensure human rights, an independent media, the rule of law and to advance other democratic goals.

We encourage applications for financial support from activist organizations in diverse situations, such as transitional countries where the goal is democratic consolidation, authoritarian countries where the goals are liberalization, and the protection of human rights.

How are funding decisions made?
Funding decisions are made on a quarterly basis by the NED Board of Directors. In addition to evaluating how a program fits within the Endowment's overall priorities, the Board considers factors such as the urgency of a program, its relevance to specific needs and conditions in a particular country, and the democratic commitment and experience of the applicant.

What types of programs is the Endowment interested in?
The Endowment is especially interested in proposals that originate with local democratic groups. It is also interested in nonpartisan programs seeking to strengthen democratic values. Note that the Endowment does not make grants to individuals.

All proposed projects must be consistent with the Endowment's general purposes as briefly outlined in the first paragraph of About Us.

How can my organization apply for a grant from the Endowment?
To apply for a NED grant, submit a proposal cover sheet, proposal and budget to or to the appropriate regional Program contact person at the NED. The Endowment can only process incoming proposals if they are accompanied by a Proposal Cover Sheet.

Where can I find a Proposal Cover Sheet?
For your convenience, you can download a proposal cover sheet here :: PDF. It is also in the “pdf” file to the right of this text.

Where can I find NED’s proposal guidelines?
Proposal and budget guidelines are here :: PDF and in the “pdf” files to the right of this text.

What should I make sure to include in the proposal?
Please consult the attached proposal guidelines for guidance on proposal content.
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Re: Erasmus Mundus - IMMIT Scholarships
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2010, 04:33:54 PM »
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