Study Subject(s):Chemical ,Chemical , Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Geological Engineering,Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing Engineering,Materials Engineering,Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering Course Level:Masters Scholarship Provider: AUN/SEED-Net Project Scholarship can be taken at: Respective Host Institutions (in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand) Eligibility: (a) Applicants must hold a Bachelors degree in an appropriate discipline of engineering, or to be awarded the Bachelors degree before starting the Masters degree program. (b) Applicants should be ranked within top 10% of the class, or have the grade point average of 3.0 or higher from the grade point system of 4.0 in their undergraduate study. (c) Applicants must be young faculty staff of Member Institutions, or graduating students, or young graduates of Member Institutions who are strongly motivated to pursue a professional career as faculty staff at Member Institutions. (d) Applicants should be not over the age of 30 at the time of application and capable of carrying out independent research. (e) Applicants who have already received another equivalent major award, scholarship or a salary to undertake a proposed course are not eligible for scholarships.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes Scholarship Description: The AUN/SEED-Net Project with support from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) provides scholarships to highly qualified young teaching staff and graduating students/young graduates (i.e., potential future faculty staff) of Member Institutions to acquire masters degrees in the following nine engineering fields at respective Host Institutions in other countries: In order for AUN/SEED-Net students to produce high quality thesis research of international standard and to ensure the completion of the masters degree within two years, AUN/SEEDNet provides vital support, in terms of financial and academic, through joint thesis research supervision, to AUN/SEED-Net Masters students at all Host Institutions. The joint thesis research supervision will be carried out through the Collaborative Research Program, which has been created by each Host Institution for a few well-defined research themes (or research umbrellas) in consultation with Japanese Field Coordinating University, each of which is a collection of interrelated and progressively conducted thesis research topics. Each AUN/SEED-Net student (including doctoral sandwich student) shall conduct thesis research under one of these research themes. How to Apply: By Post Scholarship Application Deadline: January 31, 2012

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