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Fulbright Malaysian Scholar Program Year 2015 - 2016

APPLICATION DEADLINE 3 October 2014 2015-2016 Fulbright Malaysian Scholar Program Applications are now invited from the qualified Malaysian scholars to undertake a 3-6 months of research/lecturing at the American universities during the FY2015/2016 academic year (August through June). The Malaysian Fulbright Scholar Program provides opportunities for Malaysian academics to develop or update their research through interaction with distinguished counterparts in the United States. By providing a mechanism and support for meeting and interacting with the best of American scholars, the program seeks to promote dialogue on subjects of mutual interest to Malaysia and the United States. While these grants are typically researched focused, applicants who are prepared to add a lecturing component to their proposals are particularly encouraged to apply. Further, all grantees will be asked to develop strategies for sharing Malaysian culture with social, civic and other groups while in t

Fulbright Malaysian Professional Exchange Program Year 2015 - 2016

APPLICATION DEADLINE 3 October 2014 Fulbright Malaysian Professional Exchange Program Year 2015 - 2016 The Malaysian-American Commission on Educational Exchange (MACEE) invites applications for the Fulbright Malaysian Professional Exchange Program for the 2015 / 2016 academic year ( August to June ). The purpose of the grant is to enable mid-career Malaysian professionals in the public or private sectors to broaden their experiences through consultation, internship, participation in seminars, workshops and other professional enrichment programs in the United States for 3 to 6 months. These grants are meant for practitioners rather than scholars; administrators, managers of organizations / associations / services, journalist, and lawyers are encouraged to apply for these grants. ELIGIBILITY Applicants must have the followings: A Malaysian citizen. A master’s degree or equivalent professional qualification in the field of the proposed program. For professionals and artists

Tunku Abdul Rahman Study Endowment (BPTAR)

Closing Date 30 September 2014 Tunku Abdul Rahman Study Endowment (BPTAR) BPTAR is reserved for students from poor families to cover the cost of living for two (2) semesters while pursuing a full time Bachelor's Degree at IPTA. Application Requirements (i) Citizen of Malaysia (ii) A registered full-time student in any Bachelor Degree at IPTA (iii) Comes from a poor family (iv) PTPTN borrowers also eligible to apply Amount of Assistance and Payment Method The amount of aid and the number of recipients will be determined by the YTAR Board of Trustees and channeled through the IPTA Office of Student Affairs. Verification of Family Income Related information of the family income must be verified by Sub-district Chief (or equivalent) or Head of Department (Employer of parent / guardian) who knows the family well. Application Please click HERE to download the Tunku Abdul Rahman Study Endowment Application Form. All applications must be submitted to University De