Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) funds approximately 100 graduate students from more than 25 countries for International PhD Program. The duration of PhD course is 4 years. After successful completion of the research project, submission of a written thesis and a thesis defense, the candidate receives a PhD from the University of Basel. Financial support is provided in accordance with the scale of the Swiss National Science Foundation. To be considered for this program, applicants must hold an MS degree or equivalent, and have a strong background in cell, molecular or computational biology. Deadline: There are two deadlines each year in May and November.
Non-profit organizations teaching traditional music to students may apply and be selected to receive a grant up to $1,000 to fund instructors, student fees or general operating expenses. Only one application per non-profit agency will be accepted. A non- profit grant application packet must include (1) program history and objectives, (2) structure of program, target population and number of children served, (3) key artists and organizations involved, (4) annual operating expense and projected use of grant money and (5) proof of non-profit status.
Students who graduate from one of the United World Colleges (UWC) are eligible for the Davis United World Scholars program, which is the world's largest, privately funded international scholarship program. The University of Florida's partnership with the Davis Foundation helps to attract academically talented world citizens that will enrich the UF undergraduate experience. Qualifying students receive a need based grant up to the full cost of undergraduate tuition for up to eight semesters or until graduation. The scholarship is limited to non-US citizens who are currently UWC students. Additional benefits include participation in the UF Honors Program . Contact the Program Director Mr. Bill Kolb for more information