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USAID-funded Pre-Step Awarded Scholarships

USAID-funded Pre-Step Awarded Scholarships | Pre-Step Awards Scholarships USAID-funded Pre-Step Awarded Scholarships: The USAID-funded Pre-Service Teacher Education Programme (Pre-Step) awarded 410 scholarships to talented Pakistani students training as Elementary School Teachers (EST) while completing the two-year Associate Degree in Education (ADE) and four-year BEd (Hons) Elementary programmes, in several small yet lively ceremonies organised in four provinces of Pakistan. USAID-funded …

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MAJU Award Scholarships for 20 Meritorious Students

MAJU Award Scholarships for 20 Meritorious Students | MAJU Award Scholarships for Meritorious Students MAJU Award Scholarships for 20 Meritorious Students: A ceremony for the award of scholarships to 20 meritorious students of Muhammad Ali Jinnah University (MAJU) by the government of Japan was held here on Wednesday.MAJU Award Scholarships for Meritorious Students Consul General of Japan in Karachi Masaharu …

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Government’s British Chevening Scholarships Program 2011-2012

Government’s British Chevening Scholarships Program 2011-2012 | British Chevening Scholarships 2011-2012 Government’s British Chevening Scholarships Program 2011-2012: The British Government’s British Chevening Scholarships Program 2011-2012, are the most prestigious awards available to international students for study in the United Kingdom. They enable future leaders, decision-makers and opinion formers from around the world to become familiar with the UK, to gain …

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GCU EFT 28 Needy and Talented students Scholarships

GCU EFT 28 Needy and Talented students Scholarships | GCU Scholarships for 28 Students GCU EFT 28 Needy and Talented students Scholarships: Government College University Endowment Fund Trust (GCU EFT) granted scholarships of Rs 1.529 million to 28 needy and talented students of the university to meet their one-year academic and hostel expenses. GCU EFT Executive Committee Secretary, Dr Khalid …

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HEC Cambridge Scholarship Scheme For Pakistani Students

HEC Cambridge Scholarship Scheme For Pakistani Students | Pakistan HEC Cambridge Scholarship Program HEC Cambridge Scholarship Scheme For Pakistani Students: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) and the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust (CCT) have jointly launched a new scholarship scheme for Pakistani students, who wish to study for a Ph.D at the University of Cambridge. According to an announcement issued here on …

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Chevening scholarships announced

Chevening scholarships announced | Chevening scholarships of The British Chevening scholarships announced: British Council has announced ‘The British Chevening Scholarship 2011-12’ for the Pakistani citizens. The scholarship are for one-year post-graduate study in the United Kingdom, an official of British Council told APP here on Sunday. He said the scholarship are fully funded that cover tuition fees for most of …

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Australian Development Scholerships for Master Level

Australian Development Scholerships for Master Level | AusAid-Graduate Research Scholarship (GRS) Programme Australian Development Scholarships for Master Level: The Australian Agency for international Development (AusAID) invites people who are committed to contributing to the development of Pakistan to apply for the 2012 Australian Development Scholarships (ADS), for Masters Level Study, offered as part of the Australia Awards. Australian Development Scholarships …

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Australian Embassy Scholarships Program 2012

Australian Embassy Scholarships Program 2012 | AusAID announced Scholarships ADS Australian Embassy Scholarships Program 2012: The Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) invites people who are committed to contributing to the development of Pakistan to apply for the 2012 Australian Development Scholarships (ADS), for master level study, offered as part of the Australian Awards. AusAID announced Scholarships ADS offer citizens …

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