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  • scholarships — schol·ar·ship || skÉ‘ləʃɪp / skÉ’l n. financial grant given to a student to subsidize the cost of education; learning acquired through education, schooling, erudition …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Scholarships in Korea — There is no tuition fee in the Public universities of South Korea. Universities like KAIST, POSTECH etc also have their own scholarships for international students which is available on the universities list. Other than that multinationals like… …   Wikipedia

  • Scholarships of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — There are several notable Scholarships of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.Morehead Cain ScholarshipThe Morehead Cain Scholarship (originally the Morehead Scholarship) is a full four year scholarship modeled after the Rhodes… …   Wikipedia

  • Rotary Scholarships — Rotary International offers a number of scholarships worldwide for periods of 3 months, 6 months, 1 year and 2 years. Ambassadorial Mission The purpose of the Ambassadorial Scholarship is to further international understanding and friendly… …   Wikipedia

  • Hindu Hitachi Scholarships — The Hindu Hitachi Scholarships were started in 1959 in collaboration with The Hindu Newspaper (Based in Chennai, India) and Hitachi, Japan for providing exposure to Indian Engineers to advance Japanese technology and committed work culture. In… …   Wikipedia

  • Gates Scholarships — Die Gates Cambridge Scholarships wurden als Ehrenstipendien durch die Bill Melinda Gates Foundation im Jahre 2000 mit einem Stiftungsvolumen von 210 Millionen US Dollar eingerichtet. Herausragenden Studierenden aller Welt (exklusive dem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Goodwill Scholarships — are college level scholarships created and fully funded starting in 2003 by two private citizens in Prince William County, Virginia, to aid international students who study at the Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC).Unlike most other… …   Wikipedia

  • Helping Youth Through Educational Scholarships — (also known as HYTES) is a Canadian registered charity that provides scholarships for community minded and financially challenged secondary students in developing countries. Its initial delivery focus is for students in the East African countries …   Wikipedia

  • Traveling Scholarships — Infobox Book | name = Traveling Scholarships title orig = Bourses de voyage translator = image caption = author = Jules Verne illustrator = Léon Benett cover artist = country = France language = French series = Voyages Extraordinaires #51 subject …   Wikipedia

  • Rhodes Scholarships —    Cecil John Rhodes (1853 1902), for whom Rhodesia was named, was born at Bishop Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, the son of a clergyman. His family had neither wealth nor position, and Cecil suffered from poor health. In 1870, Rhodes went to… …   Dictionary of eponyms

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