Each year 20 Radboud Scholarships are awarded to selected talented non-EEA students for the duration of an English-taught Master’s degree programme at Radboud University Nijmegen.
Little voices to Mothers on Thailand Mother’s day
August 12 is Her Majesty Queen Sirikit Royal Birthday Anniversary. We join all loyal and devoted subjects of the kingdom in wishing Her Majesty the Queen a long life of good health and happiness.
In Mother’s Day, Thais normally give white jasmine garland to mothers. The idea came about because of the flower’s decent properties – it’s soft and pure white and has a long-lasting, sweet smell. It is traditionally believed that white jasmine represents the selfless virtue of a mother who thinks more about the needs, happiness and wants of other people than about herself.
Phuketindex.com had a chance to talk with 3 lovely students. What do they want to tell their mums?
Juthatip Tanpradit (Fon), Mattayom 2 Student from Satree Phuket School
“My mum is absolutely gorgeous. She’s so smart. I love mum the way she is even if sometime she’s too much worry about me. I love my mum and hope that she’s healthy, wealthy, and being with me forever.”
Julaluck Pimarn (Nan), Mattayom 6 Student from Satree Phuket School
“Mum always trust in me. No matter what I do, she knows I never disappointed her. She’s very kind and I do think she’s my best friend. We talk, share, and care to each other. I promise that I’ll be your good daughter as always. I love you mum.”
Jaruwat Cheaw-aram (Dome), Mattayom 6 Student from Phuket Wittayalai School
“Mum lets me walk my own way. I have freedom to think and do whatever I want to do. She always gives me good suggestions. I can say that I never say I love her but I know she knows I love her every minute of my life. Thanks mum, you’re always the best.”
The East-West Center (EWC) is accepting applications from scholars and analysts who wish to undertake policy-relevant research and writing in one of the following areas:
DOALOS Fellowship and Training
In 2004, the United Nations and The Nippon Foundation of Japan concluded a trust fund project agreement to provide capacity-building and human resource development to
KUT’s Special Scholarship Program (SSP) was established in 2003 to support the advanced research of the university by enlisting the help of highly capable international students.
Phuketindex.com speaks with students at the British Curriculum International School Phuket.
With Phuket’s development as a world class tourist destination, so it has become more international in focus; responding as it has to the needs of the foreigners that have come to live here. Education is one area that has benefitted with international schools springing up all over the island. Among them, British Curriculum International School (Formerly Dulwich International College) is probably the foremost, having been in operation over ten years. The school is divided into two educational institutions: Primary and Secondary Schools which provide a British based education system for both day students and boarders.
This month Phuketindex.com visited the campus and briefly spoke with three students about their impressions of their school.
Guy or Eakkaphob (left) was the first student we spoke with. A Thai student ‘Guy’ reveals he likes the school environment because it is very conducive to learning. ‘It is beautiful place’ he told us before continuing “We have great teachers here. As well as Mathematics and Arts I love to study Chemistry, which is my favourite class. I like attending it because of the lecturer; Ms Christine Easton who in my opinion is an interesting and kind teacher.”
16 year-old, grade 12 student Federick (centre) is Swedish. Federick has been at the school for two and a half years. He tells us “I think the school is generally good. Studying here I have the chance to study and learn from many good teachers. I have made a lot of friends here. I love it!”
Sae Jin (right) is a female Korean student. When we asked about her impression of BCIS she states “I like this school, because studying here, I meet friends from around the world. People are from many countries, and we have different cultures but we can honestly live together. That’s what I love about my school”
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The Swiss Federal Government offers a number of scholarships to foreign postgraduate students (Master’s degree holders) only who wish to pursue post-graduate studies in their field of interest at a Swiss university. The scholarships are granted mainly for subjects which can not be studied in the student’s country of origin, but are considered important for the development of the country. Furthermore, they are intended to support graduates whose financial situation does not permit to study abroad.
The candidates must be less than 35 years old (01.01.1975 and younger) and have a good knowledge of either French, German or Italian (official Swiss languages of university instruction) in order to be able to follow the courses without difficulties.
For interested people, the Embassy recommends to study carefully the full information for foreign candidates for a Swiss university scholarship academic year 2010-2011 which can be found at www.sbf.admin.ch/htm/themen/bildung/stipendien/eskas_en.html especially the paragraph “Application requirements”.
If you feel after its lecture that you qualify for a scholarship please contact the Embassy in order to receive the following documents in electronic form:
- Application for a Swiss Government Scholarship
- Medical Certificate
The application file has to be submitted to this Embassy at the latest by 20th November 2009 for the
academic year 2010/2011. Please see the paragraph “Application procedure”.
Source: Embassy of Switzerland in Thailand