Quaid-e-Awam University of Engineering, Science and Technology (QUEST), Nawabshah, has invited applications from graduate and postgraduate candidates in following disciplines for award of Ph.D. scholarships in industrially advanced countries (HEC recognized) e.g. Germany, France, Australia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Hong Kong, etc., where the tuition and other fees are negligible along with faculty position. Continue reading
Higher Education Commission has awarded twenty-two need-based scholarships to the Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad for the MBA session 2011. The scholarships have been awarded under a recent agreement signed between HEC and USAID. The scholarship programme for session 2011 is focused toward students hailing from rural areas especially the female students. HEC, in partnership with the US Government, initiated a Merit and Needs Based Scholarship programme, which aims to provide assistance to talented but needy students who are unable to continue their higher education because of financial disadvantages. Continue reading
Higher Education Commission here on Monday announced the foreign funded scholarship programmes for Pakistani and Azad Jammu Kashmir students for the master, PhD and post graduate study programme for the academic session 2011-2012.
The award will be made on the basis of academic achievement, potential of candidate and the development impact of proposed study and research, an official of Higher Education Commission told on Monday. Continue reading
GC University Faisalabad offers 12 foreign PhD scholarships under its faculty Development Program to academically outstanding, research oriented scholars, who desire to improve their academic qualification and to become a part of GCUF’s Faculty. The PhD Programme is fully funded under the project: “Establishment of Govt. College University Campus on Cost Sharing Bases with Govt. of Punjab”. Continue reading
Noon Educational Foundation Oxford Scholarships for Pakistani Students, UK
The Noon Educational Foundation was established in 1992 by Lady Viqarunnissa Noon to support scholars from Pakistan to study at leading universities in the United Kingdom. The scholarships at Oxford are funded by the Foundation, the University and a number of generous partners.
Applicants should be citizens of Pakistan and be resident in Pakistan. Candidates who have previously studied outside of Pakistan will not normally be considered. Applicants must be planning to return to Pakistan after completing their studies. Continue reading