FellowshipHọc bổng du học Mỹ
Nội dung Học bổng
The Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution invites applications for Echidna Global Scholars Program available for scholars from Developing Countries. This program is designed to offer guest scholars the opportunity to pursue their own independent research on global education issues with a specific focus on girls’ education. Applicants selected for the fellowship will receive a living stipend of USD $5,000 a month (subject to U.S. tax withholding), paid housing for the four-and-a-half month term, and round-trip travel expenses.
The application deadline is November 30, 2015.
Study Subject(s): Scholarship is awarded for research on global education issues with a specific focus on girls’ education. Applicants are also encouraged to include areas of research focused on Second Generation education priorities for girls. The five Second Generation priorities include: 1) ensuring that girls can attend and complete primary and secondary school; 2) making schools safer and more secure; 3) improving the quality of learning for girls; 4) supporting girls’ transition to higher education and employment; and 5) cultivating local country leaders to champion this work at the grassroots level.
Course Level: Scholarship is available for undertaking research at the Brookings Institution.
Scholarship Provider: The Center for Universal Education, Brookings Institution, USA
Scholarship can be taken at: USA
-Applicants should have a background in education, development, economics, or a related area, with at least 15 years of professional experience in either research/academia; non-government and civil society; government; or business. Master’s degree required; Ph.D. or research background strongly preferred. Strong analytical and writing skills required.
–Successful applicants will have an intimate understanding of education development issues and/or issues related to development and gender. Applicants who have not worked explicitly on girls’ education previously are welcome but should include an explanation of how this focus on girls’ education can be integrated successfully into their current and future work. Echidna scholars will be expected to work on extensive, cutting-edge research, as well as a project proposal with the intent to implement their research in their home country upon completion of the program.
945 lượt xem, 1 xem hôm nay