Scholarships Provided By: The Tibet Fund/ (Funded by: U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs)
Scholarships Subject Areas: 1. Agriculture 2. Auditing 3. Banking Management 4. Computer Science 5. Counseling 6. Development Planning 7. Education 8. Environmental Studies 9. Food Protection 10. Human Resource Development 11. International Law 12. International Relations (Negotiations) 13. Inter-Religious Studies 14. Library and Information Studies (Archives) 15. Mathematics; Physics; Chemistry; Biology 16. Management & Development 17. Mass Communication / Journalism 18. Social Work 19. Natural Resources Management 20. Public Administration 21. Public Health/Medicine 22. Renewal Energy Technologies 23. Rural Development 24. Security and Intelligence Study 25. Sinology and Chinese Studies 26. Waste Management and Recycling Technology
Scholarship Target Country: Nepal, India, Bhutan
Deadline: 31 March 2012
Two-year Degree Program
a) Applicants for the two-year master’s program in the United States must have secured grades of a minimum of 45 percent in a bachelor’s and post-graduate program.
b) Applicants must have completed at least four years of academic work after class XII including a bachelor’s degree. Partial computer courses, vocational training and diplomas from non-recognized academic institutions will not be accepted.
c) To demonstrate English language skills, applicants must produce a copy of their TOEFL iBT score with a minimum score of 90 out of 120.
d) Applicants should be born on or after January 1st, 1977.
e) Selected participants will be required to take the GRE or GMAT exam.
Deadline: Interested applicants are responsible for submitting all application forms and other relevant documents to their respective TSP SSC on or before March 31, 2012, at 5.00 pm. No late or incomplete applications will be entertained after the deadline has passed.
If you have any questions regarding the scholarship program, please send your queries to the attention of the Tibet Fund’s TSP Program Coordinator, Tenzing Choephel Chumeego: tchoephel [at] tibetfund.org
Applicants from India and Bhutan, please send by mail your applications materials to the following address:
Thupten Dorjee, Chairman
TSP – Student Selection Committee India
Tibetan Children’s Village
Dahramsala Cantt. – 176216 (H.P.)
Tel.: 1892 220356 / 220357 / 221348
thuptend [at] gmail.com
headoffice [at] tcv.org.in
Applicants from Nepal, please send by mail your applications materials to the following address:
Attn.: Tsering Topgyal, Vice Chairman
TSP –Student Selection Committee Nepal
Snow Lion Foundation
PO Box 1313 Kathmandu
Tel.#: 977 1 500- 0036 / 500-0002
tspsscnepal [at] ymail.com
This announcement is taken from Tibet Fund’s website with an intention of disseminating the information to a wider audience.. Further details can be found in the original source link here. Read more about Tibet Fund Scholarships for Nepal, India and Bhutan in USA, 2013 (pdf)