Make your own free website on
 Scholarship - PhD degree
From: "Budi Soetjipto" <>
Date: Fri, 01 Dec 2000 20:23:18
Subject: [kanisius_alumni] Fwd: Scholarships, Harvard University


The John F. Kennedy School of Government and The Joint Japan / World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program announce scholarships for study toward the new MPA in International Development (MPA/ID)

Prepare yourself to make a difference in the world RIGOROUS AND INTENSIVE, the MPA/ID combines depth in economics training (at the PhD level) with a cross-disciplinary approach to solving the most critical problems facing the world.

TAUGHT BY A WORLD-RENOWNED FACULTY, including economists Jeffrey Sachs and Dani Rodrik, the MPA/ID aims to promote sustainable economic growth with equity and social justice in an interdependent world.

FOR EXCEPTIONAL, MOTIVATED PEOPLE from all over the world with strong math and economics backgrounds, the program deepens and expands analytical skills through intensive coursework. Summer internships in international settings offer real world experience. Students will develop tools to become leading development analysts and practitioners.  Our career services staff will help launch graduates into rewarding development careers.

Full Scholarships Available

FULL SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE for citizens of World Bank borrowing member countries, including full tuition, a monthly stipend and round-trip airfare. Applicants must have at least 2 years of work experience in the field of economic development policy or administration, or 3 years for applicants with bachelor's degrees from industrialized countries.  Those with master's degrees from industrialized countries are ineligible. Scholarship recipients are required to return to the home country after study.
Other full and partial university scholarships available.

Classes start in September, 2001.

Applications due by January 5, 2001.

For more information or to request an application, contact:

Office of International Development Programs
John F. Kennedy School of Government
79 John F. Kennedy Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 USA
Phone: 617-495-2133
Fax: 617-495-9671

------- End of forwarded message -------

Danial Irfachsyad

Department of Chemistry
University of Southampton