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Updated on 07th of Dec.(16 Mehr )

Tips on Applying for a Scholarship

In today’s world employers receive about 200-500 applications for each scholarship opening. They just received a bunch of dates and numbers and little personal information of candidates. Therefore is it very difficult to judge a potential candidate without having interview and personal discussion. But calling for interview is expansive and it’s not possible to call every candidate for the Interview. Therefore it is very important that your scholarship application should stand out exceptionally in the crowd and get selected for the next stage. Scholarship-Positions.com is trying to provide helpful tips about how to apply for scholarships.

Watch out for scholarship scams: Each year many students and parents are defrauded by scholarship scams. Never pay for a scholarship search. There is never a good reason to pay for a scholarship search. The information you will need is available for free.

Get full scholarship information: Each scholarship has its own application procedure. It is important to read the materials carefully and to understand what information is requested. Make sure you get as much information about the scholarship as possible. Write, call or e-mail the provider of the scholarship to ensure you have full details of application procedures and what will be expected of the successful applicant. If the scholarship entails a particular project, find out the full objectives and intended methodology of the project. If the scholarship is being funded by a private enterprise, gather as much information as you can about the company, its philosophy and its goals. You can never have too much information. Carefully typed applications make the best impression.

Eligibility: Apply only for those scholarships for which you are eligible. It is highly doubtful that you will be awarded if you are not eligible for a scholarship. Check thoroughly to ensure that you are actually eligible for the scholarship before you embark on the application process. It is pointless to submit an application, no matter how perfect it may be, for a scholarship for which you are ineligible. Check for any gender, age, nationality, indigenous or other special group restrictions on applications and only apply if you definitely match the eligibility criteria. If in doubt, check first.

Things to consider for your before applying for scholarship:

People who will judge your application don’t know you. They will just get a bunch of dates and numbers and little personal information. Even grades might be difficult to judge for them if they don’t know how they compare to those of other students in your local education system. Therefore, try to make as much of the more “personal” information as possible including your academic transcripts (but quality, not quantity!).

Take your time to write about “research experience” and “scientific interests”. Provide adequate reasoning as to why you want to do a study particular course and state your motivation in your own words. Marketing yourself is the key for a successful application.

But don’t overdo it! It is interesting to see applications from potential Nobel-prize candidates wishing to start a Masters/PhD thesis, but not even big leaders will buy this. After all, people don’t expect you to know everything before you have even started your PhD. What most group leaders are looking for are smart and open young people who show some enthusiasm for science and research or any other area you are applying for scholarships.

If you are applying from a country whose diverse educational system might not be very familiar to group leaders (e.g. China, India, Africa etc.), we encourage you to support you candidature with scores of internationally valid exams (GRE for aptitude and TOEFL/IELTS for English). However, this is NOT mandatory every where.

Prepare a resume/CV: Some scholarship applications will ask for your resume or CV. If you worked previously, list your experiences, but don’t sweat it if you don’t have much (or any!) work experience-many students don’t. Use your resume/CV to point out any awards and honors you’ve received, community service you’ve been involved with, and activities you’ve participated in.

Activities and Honors: List all relevant activities and honors, but be selective. If you have more activities than can fit in the space provided do not include the ones that are not significant; the two days you spent last spring on a community clean-up day, for instance.

Read the criteria for selection carefully to understand what the reviewers are looking for. For instance, the Presidential Scholarship looks for applicants who can show “leadership experience with [an] outstanding extracurricular record,” so include your volunteer and community service activities, emphasizing those in which you took a leadership role.

Most importantly, your activities should represent your varied talents and passions outside the class room. The reviewers are trying to get a sense of who you are and what you believe in. Make sure your activities reflect that.

Carefully choose your referees. Make sure the referee knows you well enough (e.g. from undergraduate work in his lab, multiple lectures, seminars, etc.) to give an opinion about you and write something on your behalf. This may be better than trying to get a letter from a “big fish” who might have seen your face but doesn’t know much about you and thus doesn’t need to have an interest in providing you with a good reference.

The ideal letter of recommendation: Your letters of recommendations should come from teachers or academic advisors who are familiar not only with your academic abilities, but with your personal interests and background and how those relate to your ability to carry out the program of study you wish to pursue. If the teacher or academic advisor is familiar with your extracurricular activities and leadership abilities, s/he should also incorporate that into the letter.

The letters should address the qualifications sought. Recommenders should address only those elements of your application on which they can comment confidently.

How to ask for a letter of recommendation: Start early. Discuss your plans with your recommenders now, before the application is even available. Let them know what you would like to study and why you want to apply for the scholarship. These discussions can help you clarify your goals and plans as well.

As soon as you have the application forms (applications for Incoming Freshmen Scholarships are available at your high school counselor’s office, the Office of Recruitment Services and the Scholarship Office around early October), schedule a meeting with your recommender. Give your recommender a written description of the scholarship and a copy of your personal statement and proposed academic program. You may also want to provide a copy of your transcript and an autobiography or resume highlighting activities and honors. You should also give your recommenders appropriately addressed envelopes with postage, if necessary. Be sure to also give them plenty of time to write the letter, do not wait until the last minute.
You may also want to remind the recommender that it should include your full name with middle initial. You would be surprised on how many include only the first name of the student within the body of the letter.

The Personal Statement: The Statement of Purpose (often called “letter of intent” or “application essay” by various educational institutions) is one of the most important components of your application process. This document provides the admissions committee with information that allows them to become more acquainted with who you are; what you want to study at graduate school and why; experiences you have in the field; and what you plan on doing with the degree once you have mastered it. A statement of Purpose also serves as a writing sample and interview.

The following section is an excerpt from the Yale University Undergraduate career Services’ publication entitled Applying for Fellowships.

“The personal statement presents an opportunity for you to speak about yourself. Your essay should show that you have ideas and opinions, are able to think logically, and can express yourself clearly, with economy and elegance.

Clear writing is the result of clear thinking. The first and most important task is to decide what you want to say. This is a short essay. You must be highly selective. Consider carefully what you wish to impress upon the reader. Remember the nature of your audience. It is composed of people who are probably as intelligent as you are, well educated, and vastly experienced in this work. Do not try to fool or second guess your reader; you will seem silly if you do. Do not write in a cute, coy, or gimmicky style: selection committees have heard it all already. Do show that you have thought deeply and broadly about what you have learned in your academic career and what you hope to learn next.

When you have written a first draft, start the work of refining, simplifying, and polishing. Do you say exactly what you mean? Is any section, sentence, or word superfluous, ambiguous, or awkward?
Are your verbs strong and active? Have you removed unneeded qualifiers? Are you sure that each accomplishment and interest you mention supports one of your main ideas? Do not apologize. Do not misrepresent yourself. You are writing as an adult who wishes to join the community of scholars and other professionals. You must write as a peer and potential member of such a community.

Correctness and style are vital. Neatness counts. Check and check again your spelling, the agreement of verbs and persons, syntax. Your thoroughness demonstrates that you have learned and mastered this art and that your future teachers and colleagues will not be troubled with sloppy thinking or writing.
Ask several individuals whose judgment you respect to read and criticize a draft of your essay. Possible reviewers include faculty members, writing tutors, and friends who can assess how well your essay represents you.”

Transcripts: If the application requires a transcript from all the schools you have attended, request this information as soon as possible. Whether you e-mail, fax, or call in your requests, mail a letter as a backup. Some schools charge a nominal fee for official transcripts. After a few weeks have passed, call the schools to ensure that the transcripts have been sent to the proper address. If by chance you have to hand-deliver a transcript, do not tamper with the seal – this may render the transcript invalid.

Proofread Your Application Carefully: Use your computer’s spelling and grammar check features. Let someone else (parent, teacher, or friend) read and evaluate your application, another set of eyes always helps.


                                      Updated on 13th of Oct.(21 Mehr )

Scholarshipfor.info BioHealth Computing EM is a multi-track research oriented Master programme within the guidelines of the Bologna process whose scope is designing innovative tools and to work on a joint research program associating 4 areas of knowledge: clinical research, environmental and animal health, molecular biotechnology and computational mathematics.

Selection Criteria

Students are required having already completed a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc. degree or a nationally recognized degree equivalent to 180 ECTS) and the first year of a Master of Science (MSc degree or a nationally recognized degree equivalent to 60 ECTS), with a minimum grade of “B–“ in the ECTS grading scale (at least a score of 70%). If requested, the applicant must prove the international recognition of the mentioned Degree as equivalent to a B.Sc. + first year of Ms, and provide such official recognition translated in English.

In any case, applicants should hold a university degree by September 1st 2011. Students will be selected on the basis of their academic merits and language skills (English). Students are required having a fluent level in English, certified by a TOEFL score. The result has to be paper based at least 580, computer based at least 237 or internet based at least 92-93. An alternative is a minimum score of 6.5 from IELTS test. Furthermore, basic computer skills are required. The Consortium Committee can admit excellent students with a somewhat lower TOEFL (550, 213 or 79-80 respectively) or IELTS score (6.0).

BioHealth Computing EM is comitted to promote a balanced gender participation in the course, access to disadvantaged students and to students with disabilities or special needs. As such, in case students of different gender are ranked equally, the tie would be resolved in favour of the less represented gender in the scholarship or admitted list. Also, students with disabilities or special needs are subject to a more favourable evaluation in the setection process and, if selected, might qualify for additional funding from the Erasmus Mundus programme. Applicants are given the possibilty to include information regarding any sort of disability in their application form.

Scholarship Application Deadline: 11 April 2011

Application Form

                                   Updated on 13th of Oct.(21 Mehr)                           

Research fellow in modeling of persistent organic pollutants in the Baltic Sea

Scholarshipfor.Info – Research fellow* in modeling of persistent organic pollutants in the Baltic Sea within the Department of Applied Environmental Science (ref no SU 614-2256-10). Deadline for application: October 29, 2010 * Swedish “forskarassistent”; approximately equivalent to non-tenured Assistant Professor (US)

Subject

Modeling of persistent organic pollutants in the Baltic Sea.

Subject description

Modeling of persistent organic pollutants incorporates the development and application of mathematical models of the fate and bioaccumulation of organic contaminants to support the management of persistent organic pollutants.

Main tasks

Research, scientific communication with government agencies, and teaching and supervision.

Required qualifications

A person who has been awarded a PhD or a qualification from another country that is considered equivalent to a PhD is qualified for employment as a research fellow. Preference is given to candidates awarded their degree no more than five years before the closing date for applications. Candidates awarded their degree more than five years previously are also given preference if special grounds apply, such as leave of absence because of illness, leave of absence for military service, leave for an elected position in a trade union or student organization, or parental leave or other similar circumstances.

The applicant must have the ability to collaborate as well as the competence and qualities needed to carry out the work tasks successfully.

Assessment criteria

Special weight will be given to scientific proficiency.


Additional information

A research fellow is employed for 4 years. The employment can be extended if there are special grounds.

Further information about the position can be obtained from Michael McLachlan, telephone +46- (0)8- 674 72 28, e-mail: michael.mclachlan@itm.su.se

Administrative coordinator Mikael Stenberg, telephone +46-(0)8-16 20 86, e-mail: mikael.stenberg@science.su.se will provide further information about the application and appointment procedure if required.

Trade union representatives: Bo Ekengren, (SACO), Lisbeth Häggberg (Fackförbundet ST), telephone +46-(0)8-16 2000 (switchboard) och Gunnar Stenberg (SEKO) +46-(0)70-316 43 41.

Guidelines for the application are given in the Template for application for employment and for promotion to the rank of professor or senior lecturer at Stockholm University. The template and other relevant documents including Rules of Employment for the hiring of Teachers can be downloaded from Rules of Employment or be provided by the administrative coordinator. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application follows the template and that it is submitted before application deadline.

In order to apply for this position please use the Stockholm University web-based application form.

Activate application form for this position


Further information;
Stockholm University: www.su.se
Templates and rules regarding employment: www.su.se/nyanstallning
Department of Applied Environmental Science: www.itm.su.se

You are welcome to submit your application, quoting ref no SU 614-2256-10, no later than October 29, 2010. We would appreciate it if your application is written in English since it will be reviewed by international experts, English being the working language.
Disclaimer: In case of discrepancy between the Swedish original and the English translation of the job announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

                                   Updated on 06th of Oct.(14 Mehr)                           

Erasmus Scholarship

Scholarshipfor.Info – MERIT is a multitrack research-oriented master program based on a flexible curriculum that covers a wide area of knowledge in the field of Information and Communichttp://www.meritmaster.org/ation Technologies. The institutions participating in the consortium, located in Spain, Belgium, Germany, Italy and Sweden belong to CLUSTER.

The Master’s Course covers Information and Communication Technologies in a broad sense, including fundamentals such as electromagnetism, signal processing, and information theory, and applications such as communications, remote sensing and image and voice processing. Half of the course credits are obtained in a second institution of the consortium and a double degree is awarded upon successful completion of the program. The language of instruction is English and the program includes local language courses up to 6 ECTS per academic year. Admission is restricted to 40 students.

This Erasmus Mundus Master’s programme has three 15-week semesters in which students take courses. An additional fourth semester is devoted to the completion of the Master Thesis. The program is research oriented, as thus concentrates on the development of research skills. Graduates of the Course may want to pursue careers in a research institution by completing a Ph.D., joining industrial R+D departments or perhaps starting a technology spin-off company. Therefore, strong emphasis is placed during the Master’s Course on the student’s personal work programme, which is focused on developing research skills. All students should have completed a Bachelor’s degree related to Electrical Engineering or related field.

The Call for Erasmus Mundus Category A student scholarships (non Europeans) for the 2011-2013 programme will open on December 1st 2010.

The Call for Erasmus Mundus Category B student scholarships (Europeans or non-Europeans with special restrictions) for the 2011-2013 programme will open on December 1st 2010.

More Information


                                   Updated on 20th of Sep.(29 Shahrivar)                     


[USA] Journalism scholarship for foreign students

Scholarshipfor.Info – The Foreign Press Association is offering a minimum of three scholarships to foreign graduate students of journalism in the United States, First Prize of $10,000.00, Second Prize of $7,500.00 and Third Prize of $5,000.00. The awards are meant to encourage the pursuit of a career in journalism focusing on international affairs.

Applicants must:
Submit a one page statement indicating how a scholarship will affect your future plans Indicate if financial aid is needed. List all scholarships and fellowships you have received towards your studies in the United States.

The awards will be presented at the Annual Awards Reception in May 2011

Submissions must be received no later than December 30, 2010.

Send to:

Suzanne Adams
FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND
333 East 46th Street, Suite 1K
New York, NY 10017

Download the application from Here.

                                   Updated on 13th of Sep.(22 Shahrivar)                     

MBA Scholarship at Nottingham University

Scholarshipfor.Info – For the 2011/12 program, the School is offering a number of scholarships for the Nottingham MBA. The School will only consider you eligible for a scholarship once you have been offered a place on the program and have accepted your place by paying the course deposit.


Nottingham MBA Leadership Scholarships
The Nottingham MBA has a number of competitive scholarships available to all self-funding applicants. We award scholarships to exceptional candidates on individual merit, considering the following criteria:

* Academic achievement to date
* Career experience and progression to date
* The quality of your application
* Your potential to contribute to the learning experience of the programme

If you are awarded a scholarship, the Business School may ask you to become an Ambassador to support and promote the Nottingham MBA.
Nottingham MBA International Scholarships
The Business School provides several half fee scholarships for nationals from particular countries who want to student for the full-time MBA.

If you are awarded a scholarship, the Business School may ask you to become an Ambassador to support and promote the Nottingham MBA.
International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) Scholarships. The ICCSR will be providing scholarships and bursaries for exceptional candidates.

Applying and deadlines
The deadline for all scholarship applications is Friday May 27th, 2011.

No decisions can be made until after the closing date.

Further Information

                                   Updated on 12th of Sep.(21 Shahrivar)                     

Scholarshipfor.Info – The Aftermath Project holds a yearly grant competition open to working photographers worldwide covering the aftermath of conflict. The Aftermath Project’s mission is to support photographic projects that tell the other half of the story of conflict — the story of what it takes for individuals to learn to live again, to rebuild destroyed lives and homes, to restore civil societies, to address the lingering wounds of war while struggling to create new avenues for peace.

Grant proposals should reflect an understanding of this mission. Proposals may relate to the aftermath of numerous kinds of conflict, not just international wars. The conflict may have been at the community level. It may have been a regional one, such as a rebel insurgency, or it may have been a full-scale war. There is no specific time frame which defines “aftermath,” although in general The Aftermath Project seeks to support stories which are no longer being covered by the mainstream media, or which have been ignored by the media. In general, conflict should be over for a situation to be deemed an “aftermath.” There are specific cases, however, where conflict may have continued for so long, or be the result of an aftermath situation, that they will be considered to be within the scope of The Aftermath Project.

Eligibility

The Aftermath Project is open to working photographers world-wide who are interested in creating work that helps illuminate aftermath issues, and encourages greater public understanding and discussion of these issues. Only those submissions including all required materials will be considered for entry.

Grant

Two grants for $20,000 each will be given for work to be done in 2010.
Three finalists will also be named (there is no monetary award for finalists, but their work is publicized and included in The Aftermath Project publications, etc.).

How to apply

Proposals should include an explanation of the specific aftermath issues related to the project being proposed, as well as an overview of the applicant’s plans for covering the story during the course of the grant year i.e the proposed timing of trips, etc. For more detailed information about the application process click here to download the application guide.

Contact Person
Sara Terry at sara@theaftermathproject.org

Application deadline: 1 November 2010

Further information

                                   Updated on 9th of Sep.(18 Shahrivar)                     

Scholarshipfor.Info – MESPOM is an Erasmus Mundus Masters course in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management operated by four leading European and two North American Universities and supported by the European Commission.


The MESPOM study programme is in English and lasts two years. The students study in at least three out of six consortium universities:

* International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at Lund University (Sweden)
* University of Manchester (UK)
* Central European University (Budapest)
* University of the Aegean (Lesvos, Greece)
* Middle bury College and its affiliate Monterey Institute for International Studies (MIIS) (USA)
* University of Saskatchewan (UoS) (Canada)

Eligibility

* a good first degree in a subject related to environmental sciences, policy and management such as biology, geography, other earth sciences, civil engineering, urban or landscape planning, resource economics or specialised disciplines (environmental engineering, environmental management, environmental economics, environmental policy);
* candidates with other first degrees are also considered if they show commitment to environmental careers, usually through work experience;
* MESPOM invites applications from all countries;
* proficiency in English (Test of English as a Foreign Language- TOEFL)

Scholarship

Category A scholarships (EUR 48,000): students who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in the the EU/EEA-EFTA countries (including Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein);

Category B scholarships (EUR 23,00): all other students

Application procedure

All MESPOM applications should be made to Central European University in accordance with CEU Admission Requirements.

All candidates are required to fill in the CEU on-line application form and attach following documents:

1. Letters of recommendation
2. Academic records
3. A full curriculum vitae or resume, including a list of publications, if any
4. Department- and program-specific requirements (statement of purpose, research proposal, additional test scores, etc.)
5. Proof of English proficiency

Application deadlines is January 3, 2011 for the applicants seeking Erasmus Mundus scholarships types A and B or other financial assistance from the MESPOM Consortium or CEU (including fee waivers).

With any further inquiries about the admissions process and additional information contact the CEU Admission office: coordinator@mespom.eu

Application Deadline : January 3, 2011
More information

                                   Updated on 7th of Sep.(15 Shahrivar)                               

Scholarshipfor.Info – Most applicants will apply simultaneously for graduate admission to the University of Cambridge and for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship using one application form (GRADSAF). As well as the GRADSAF form, applicants must also submit supporting documentation (e.g. three references, transcripts and any other material required by the University). Full details are available from the Graduate Studies Prospectus.

Applicants for the MBA and MFin programmes run by the Judge Business School should see these websites for information about how to apply for admission and a Gates Cambridge Scholarship.

Before submitting an application all applicants are strongly encouraged to read through the entire ‘apply’ section of this website.

Please note:

* The Trust no longer offers scholarships for a second undergraduate degree.
* The Trust does not admit or place scholars.

Candidates for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship:

* may be citizens of any country outside the United Kingdom.
* may apply to study any subject available at the University of Cambridge.
* may apply to pursue one of the following full-time residential courses of study:
o PhD (three year research-only degree)
o One year postgraduate course (e.g. MPhil, LLM, MASt, Diploma, MBA etc.)
o MSc or MLitt (two year research-only degree)
o MBBChir Clinical Studies (four year postgraduate degree)
* must be admitted to one of the degrees above at Cambridge through the University’s normal admission procedures. The Trust does not admit students.
* must be well prepared for the Cambridge course for which they are applying and must meet all of the conditions for admission specified by the University (e.g. academic, English language proficiency, if required, and any other conditions set).
* must be able to show evidence of high academic achievement, leadership potential, social commitment and a good fit with Cambridge.
* who are already studying at Cambridge are only eligible to apply for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship if they are applying for a new course of study (e.g. a one year ‘MPhil only’ student may apply for funding to continue on to the PhD). Candidates already studying at Cambridge who are not applying for a new course of study (e.g. have already started their PhD) are not eligible to be considered for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship.

Application deadlines:

US Citizens – 15 October
Non-US Citizens – 1 December.

Further Information

                                    Updated on 6th of Sep.(14 Shahrivar)                              

PhD Researcher in Computing Sciences, Netherlands

Utrecht University, Faculty of Science

Job Description: In general, programs perform analysis on user input in order to generate output tailored to user needs. In particular, compilers perform program analyses to check for correctness, provide good feedback on programming errors, and improve performance of generated programs. Such analyses are costly to perform, and at the same time, must often be done in short periods of time, for example because of its use in an interactive editing environment. Extensive analyses and fast execution of such analyses thus are two conflicting requirements.

The project aims to remedy the conflict between the desire to use program analyses and the desire to execute such analyses with sufficiently good performance; the project intends to exploit incrementality to achieve good performance for otherwise time consuming analyses. An incremental program reuses the results of a previous computation to speedily recompute a result when a small change in input is given to the program. The research problem arises because manually rewriting existing non-incremental solutions to an incremental version of the solution often is errorprone and difficult.

The project will investigate the automatic generation of incremental programs from non-incremental programs, in particular for compilers and the program analyses which are done as part of the compilation process. The research will take place in the context of the Utrecht Haskell compiler (UHC) and the tools used to construct this compiler, in particular the UUAG Attribute Grammar system.

This project is funded by a research grant from the Netherlands ‘Organization for Scientific Research’ (NWO).

Requirements: We seek a highly motivated candidate holding a Master’s degree in computer science, with experience and interest in the area of programming language design, functional programming (in particular Haskell), and program analysis. Candidates are expected to have an independent working style and a good knowledge of English, which is an absolute must.

Conditions of employment

The candidate is offered a full time position for 4 years. The salary is supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8% and an end-of-year bonus of 8,3% per year. In addition we offer: a pension scheme, a partially paid parental leave, flexible employment conditions. Conditions are based on the Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities. The research group will provide the candidate with necessary support on all aspects of the project

Application Closing Date: 6 October 2010

Further Scholarship Information and Application

                                                          Updated on 30th of Aug(8 Shahrivar)                                          

Master scholarship of Physics of Nanostructures for foreign students
FRANCE

Scholarshipfor.info – Blaise Pascal University is opening the second year of its Master of Physics of Nanostructures to scientifically confirmed foreign students. Advanced theoretical courses includes:

* Light-Matter Interaction in Semiconductor Nanostructures
* Physics of Advanced Nanostructures
* Physics of Photonic Crystals: Towards Nanophotonics
* Physics of Surfaces and Interfaces
* Physics of Crystal Growth
* Optical and Electronic Spectroscopy of Nanostructures
* Symmetries in Physics
* Computational Quantum Mechanics
* Dosimetry and Radioprotection

The research training will take place in a laboratory on the Clermont-Ferrand Campus, which offers all the modern facilities to conduct high level scientific research. It has been officially ranked A+ (best 10%) among other French labs.

Eligibility

* Students having completed four years of University studies in Physics (Master 1st year successfully finished);
* Good command of the English language.

Scholarship

Three best applications will have the tuition fees offered by the University and will each receive a scholarship of 2000 euros.

Application procedure

All interested applicants should submit following documents:

1. filled registration form;
2. statement of purpose;
3. detailed CV (resume);
4. list of University marks for the last 3 years of study and the copies of the diploma obtained (with a certified translation);
5. recommendation letter from your professor (confidential, in a sealed envelope);
6. recent photograph;
7. copy of your passport.

All the application need to be submitted to:

Michèle CHADELAS – Université Blaise Pascal
UFR Sciences et Technologies
Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire de Clermont-Ferrand / CNRS
24 avenue des Landais
BP 80026
F-63177 AUBIERE CEDEX FRANCE

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