Interns will work with teenagers aged 15-17 and present their countries to students.

Interns will work with teenagers aged 15-17 and present their countries to students.

Scientists who won the first competition in 2010 cannot take part in the competition. The obligatory condition of the competition is personal management of the laboratory (ie with the face-to-face presence of a leading scientist in a Russian university) and conducting research for at least 4 months in a calendar year. Applications prepared jointly by a leading scientist and a higher education institution are submitted to the competition. Applications are made in Russian and English or only in English. Based on the results of the selection of applications submitted for the competition, the Grants Council of the Government of the Russian Federation will determine the winners of the second competition. The planned date of summarizing the results of the competition is October 1, 2011. Based on the decision of the Grants Council between the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, the scientist and the university on the basis of which the research will be carried out , a grant agreement is concluded. to guide research and provide a scientific report on research, and the university undertakes to ensure the conditions for their implementation. Additional information about the competition for grants and the criteria for applications can be found on the website of the Ministry of Education and Science Of the Russian Federation on the link: /


Leifan University Postgraduate School, Lüneburg (Germany), provides 9 postgraduate scholarships for the winter semester (2011/2012) to support young scientists

Scholarships from the Postgraduate School of the University of Leifan (Germany)

Scholarships are provided to work on the following topics: health tourism within the region; renewable energies within the region; Internet media within the region; health economy within the region; sustainable agriculture within the region; culture and region; publicadministration and region; entrepreneurship for regional enterprises. A scholarship of 1,300 euros is provided monthly for up to 3 years. To participate in the competition, candidates must meet the following requirements: have proven experience in the field for which the documents are submitted; practical research for at least 8 weeks on the topic, or the presence of a completed project (dissertation) on one of the above topics, to have a score above average on the results of training for a diploma of higher education. Based on the selection results, candidates must be ready for an interview. Successful candidates will be notified six to eight weeks after the application deadline. Scholarships are initially awarded for one year with the possibility to extend the stay at the university for research up to 3 years. Submit applications for the competition for graduate scholarships must be until June 30, 2011. Further information on the scholarship competition from the Graduate School of Leifan University is available University at / stipendien /

May 27, 2011

AIESEC youth organization offers students and young professionals a great alternative to a quiet summer routine – a trip for a social internship in Turkey or India

Internship programs for young people in Turkey and India

“Last summer I decided to take advantage of the offer of internships from AIESEC – I do not regret it at all. A new country, new acquaintances and emotions, incredible emotions during a social internship” – says Katya Romanko, who last year worked in an orphanage in Bulgaria. two internship programs. Turkey will host the educational project “Meet the world” – training Turkish schoolchildren in leadership, culture of other countries and globality. The project has been implemented since 2005. Interns will work with teenagers aged 15-17 and present their countries to students. During the project, participants will live with host families. The Turkish project will last 6-8 weeks – from June 20 to August 20. India will host the project E = MC ^ 2 – AIESEC environmental project, which provides educational activities for young people in India on environmental protection. The duration of the project is from June 10 to August 10. The internship lasts 6-8 weeks. Under both projects, students and young professionals will also be able to take part in training camps, 20 different workshops, sociological and environmental studies, as well as listen to lectures by invited guests. To participate in the project you must pay a fee of 75 euros. The organizers pay for accommodation, transfer, meals. In addition, participants pay for a visa ($ 40 to India and $ 35 to Turkey) and a flight ($ 500-600 to India and $ 200-300 to Turkey). This summer, AIESEC gives a 50% discount on any internship (you must fill out an application form up to 25 Additional information on internship programs can be found on the official AIESEC website For questions about internship programs in Turkey and India, please contact Daria Kohut, Vice President of the AIESEC International Internship Program, at: (093) 591-50-75. Reference: AIESEC is an international youth organization that unites active youth from 107 countries. The members of the organization are students and graduates of universities, who every day develop personally and professionally on the way to becoming leaders who want and know how to change the world for the better.

May 18, 2011

The Center for International Law and Justice invites practicing lawyers, university professors and students to take part in study visits to international organizations

International study visits for lawyers for 2011

The main purpose of the trip is not only to demonstrate the functioning of international institutions, but also to gain new knowledge, compare the legal systems of different countries and the level of legal culture of the population. Competitive selection of participants will be based on cover letters. The volume of the letter is not more than 150 words. The letter must contain the full name, contact information (telephone, e-mail address) and a justification of the candidate’s desire to take part in a study visit to international bodies. The Center for International Law and Justice will hold two different institutional visits in July and August 2011. The institutional visit to international organizations for students will take place from 7 to 18 July 2011, for teachers and legal practitioners from 5 to 16 August 2011. Students will visit the University of Wroclaw (Poland), the European Parliament, the UNESCO office, the Reichstag, the Kreisau Initiative eV office in Berlin, the Lentos Art Museum in Linz (Austria), the International Criminal Court in The Hague and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in Hamburg. In addition, during lectures at universities, students will be provided with information on various international conferences, summer schools and competitions. Teachers and legal practitioners will visit the University of Wroclaw, the Sanssouci Palace (Potsdam Conference venue), the Danube Commission office in Budapest, the EU Court, the International Criminal Court, the UN International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. should contact the representatives of the NGO “Center for International Law and Justice” at tel. (048) 795-90-19, or by email: Additional information about the project can be obtained on the official website of the public organization at the link: Reference: The Center for International Law and Justice is an independent non-governmental , non-profit, non-political organization located in Odessa. The organization was established in 2009 by teachers and students of the Odessa National Law Academy. Its purpose is to promote research in international law, to take an active position in the development of international law in Ukraine and abroad, to stimulate the development of best practices in teaching international law, and to implement a wide range of expertise in all matters of international law. The Center also provides support for graduate students and scholars in research in international law and related fields of law.

Public space 05/10/2011

Visegrad Summer School is a weekly (July 8-16, 2011) curriculum that forms an interdisciplinary educational space for young citizens of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, as well as for their colleagues from Central and Eastern Europe.

Visegrad Summer School in Krakow

The program consists of lectures, panel discussions and seminars on problematic issues and challenges facing the countries of the Visegrad region, the European Union and Central and Eastern Europe.

Topics of discussion will cover current economic, cultural and social challenges facing the countries of the Visegrad region, in a regional, European and global perspective.

The Visegrad Summer School has been an initiative of the Villa Decius Association since 2002. The aim of the project is to create an alternative platform for a detailed study of the social, economic and cultural characteristics of the Visegrad Group countries and Central and Eastern Europe.

Target audience: students, graduates, scientists, young journalists and teachers from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine and other Central and Eastern European countries. Working language – English.

Expenses for the curriculum, materials, accommodation, transport (in Krakow), special events are provided by the organizers.

Expenses for registration of the insurance policy, travel (in both directions), and also the registration fee (50 euros) are covered by participants.

Participants should send the application form to the e-mail address, as well as to the mailbox: Olga Maksymenko, Box 29, Kyiv 02206 Ukraine.

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