ADB Scholarships at University of Auckland 2015

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Scholarships Provided By: Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program

Applicable Subject Areas: Eligible Masters Program listed below

Deadline: 20th July, 2015

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The Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) was founded in April 1988 by the financial demands provided by the Government of Japan. ADB-JSP was founded with an objective of providing the students from developing Asian nations with an opportunity to study in some of the finest academic institutions all across Asia. The students will be able to continue their higher studies in fields of economics, management, science and technology and other fields related to development at participating institutions in the Asian and Pacific region. The University of Auckland, New Zealand is one of the participating universities for this year’s ADB-JSP. The University of Auckland makes provision for admission in the academic session starting from February, 2016.
Under the ADB-JSP, University of Auckland provides scholarships in Masters programs listed below:
• Master of Public Health
• Master of Science (Environmental Science)
• Master of Arts (Development Studies)
• Master of International Business
• Master of Commerce (International Business)
• Masters Programmes in Engineering

University of AucklandA total of 300 students will be enrolled across 10 different participating institutions this year under the scholarship scheme. The Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program provisions to cover the entire cost during the course of study which includes the tuition fees, airfare to and from Auckland and the general cost of accommodation, health and medical insurance along with a grant for thesis preparation.

To be considered eligible for the scholarship program, the applicant must meet the following criteria:

  • The applicant must be a citizen of a nation currently borrowing from the ADB and listed as a developing nation under ADB.
  • The applicant must hold a Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent with proper academic record.
  • The applicant must have had at least 2 years of work experience after completion of Bachelor studies.
  • The applicant must not be more than 35 years at the time of application.
  • The applicants must agree to return to their native country upon completion of studies.

The students can apply for the Scholarship once after they have applied at the University of Auckland and have been selected for one of the above listed programs. For this reason, the applicant needs to complete an online admission procedure. The deadline for Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program is 20th July, 2015.

This Nepal Scholarship announcement is taken from University of Auckland’s official website with an intention of disseminating the information to a wider audience. Further details can be found in the original source link below. Read more about the ADB Scholarships at the University of Auckland 2015.

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