According Wikipedia scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further their education.
Scholarships are awarded based upon various criteria, which usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award.
Alone in Europe there are in total 15.6 billion Euros worth of scholarships available every year!
But which scholarship is the right for you?
This article explains the different types of scholarships.
You will discover that scholarships can be very individual and the best scholarship for you might be completely different to your best friends!
That’s why you should check all the possible options for you for example on ScholarshipPortal.
Of course the main reason for getting a scholarship is financial support. So-called full-ride scholarships are the most comprehensive ones. As the Wikipedia definition as rightly defines it.
They cover all your tuition costs as well as your living expenses but are of course comparably hard to get.
However, there are also lots of partly scholarships available.
They do not cover all, but at least a part of your expenses during your studies.
Scholarships are not only about money, though!
Besides the financial support, scholarship givers often provide you with book support, internships, seminars or valuable business- and academic contacts for example.
On the other hand, some scholarships have also certain requirements for you to fulfil.
You might for example be obliged to participate in certain research projects, take part in conferences or work for a certain company or institution after your studies.
Also, some scholarships need to be renewed regularly, mostly on a yearly basis! That’s why you should inform yourself carefully when choosing your scholarship.
Types of Scholarships
Merit-based scholarships (fellowships)
These scholarships are among the most common ones and are usually awarded by private organisations.
As well as by public institutions or directly from the university where you are going to study.
Most scholarship holders of merit-based scholarships are chosen by considering the academic performance as well as extracurricular activities like volunteer commitment, work experience or other experiences.
However, there are also special fellowships that focus less on the academic but for example more on artistic, athletic or musical abilities.
Many merit-based scholarships are awarded without regard for financial need.
Besides fellowships, many organisations award specific scholarships where the awardees have to meet certain criteria such as nationality, gender, religion, political affiliation, race, special needs.
For example, due to disabilities or a specific medical history and many more. The David Herzog Fund for example, offers scholarships especially for Jewish students to study in Israel.
The Graça Machel Scholarships Programme in contrast, provides postgraduate scholarships to female students from Southern African countries.
Do you belong to a special group of students or a minority?
Depending on your personal and your familys financial situation, you might qualify for a need-based scholarship.
In Europe those scholarships are often referred to as student grants and offered by public institutions such as governments (government funding) but also by charitable organisations for example.
Even if you are not citizen of the country you are going to study in, you might qualify for a need-based scholarship if you fulfil certain requirements.
For example in Germany! Often, need-based scholarships are combined with low-cost or free student loans.
Student prizes are not a classical form of a scholarship but they are also a good opportunity to support you during your studies.
In contrast to scholarships which usually give you a monthly payment throughout your program, student prizes are one-time awards for academic achievements, winners of competitions or research results.
They can range from a couple of hundred to several thousand Euros.
The University of Reading for example has an achievement prize for the years best students worth £1000.
Employment is a relationship between two parties, usually based on a contract where work is paid for, where one party, which may be a corporation, for profit, not-for-profit organization, co-operative or other entity is the employer and the other is the employee.
I just want to clear the air about their meaning in relations to what we do or what we need to do or what we ought to do in our different working place.
A workplace is a location where someone works for his or her employer, a place of employment. Such a place can range from a home office to a large office building or factory.
There are countless things one may have to unlearn in his or her job, business and career, even in the course of the next 12 months or years to come.
Unlearn the designs you use.
Unlearn the methodology you use.
Unlearn the technology you use.
Unlearn the way you approach your brand.
Unlearn the way you communicate your value.
Unlearn the way you deliver your value.
Unlearn the skills and knowledge needed to get to the next level.
Unlearn who your target market is, what they want and why
Unlearn how to get the most from your employees.
As futurist and philosopher Alvin Toffler once wrote, he said and I quote;
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”
In this universe, change is the only thing that we can rely on.
It is the only constant:
loved ones die,
babies are born,
car accidents happen,
jobs are gained,
jobs are lost,
people fall in love,
When we cling to our expectation of order and predictability or the illusion of control, we cause our own suffering.
The greater the resistance to change, the greater the suffering.
It’s like we’re clinging to the shore of a river, rather than relaxing and floating along with the current.
Plus, we miss out on the beauty of the uncertainty that makes life what it is.
As someone who spent 10-years of her life as a creative producer in advertising before becoming a therapist, I made a living off of my ability to predict and order things and make them run as smoothly as possible.
This career came naturally to someone who has always relied on her ability to (seemingly) control a situation to make her feel more comfortable.
As a child, my life was rather unpredictable; single mom bartending to support us, we moved a lot, finances were never guaranteed. Controlling what I could made me feel safe, even if it was as simple as what games my friends and I would play, or exactly how my posters hung on my wall.
There was safety in convincing myself I had some semblance of control over life (needless to say, I was a rather bossy child).
However, after many years in the creative industry I came to realize that it was actually my ability to adapt when things went haywire that made me a good producer. Because you can plan a photo or commercial shoot to a T and something will always blow up.
Talent doesn’t show up, equipment malfunctions, props or sets look nothing like you were promised. In those moments you could either panic and shut down or you could pull back, look at the situation from a bird’s eye view, adjust your plan, and get to work creating something amazing.
And it’s the same in life. You can plan your child’s life perfectly and they might still get into trouble as a teen. You can plan your wedding day like the picture perfect Pinterest board and it might still rain.
It’s not only the expectation that we are entitled to consistency in life that causes suffering, but also our inability to be agile in the face of the inevitable changes that happen.
We sit cursing the change, wishing things would go back to the way they were, living in the past, rather than seeing and working with what is right in front of us and then continuing to move forward on our path.
In order to be agile you have to be in a constant state of being a student.
A student of life and of ourselves. We learn, then we unlearn, and then we relearn. In the process of unlearning, we’re not throwing away our experiences, they shape us and have helped us get to where we are, but rather we are noticing what isn’t working anymore. We are pulling back and reassessing the situation, watching our emotions and reactions to things and relearning new and more productive ways of moving through life. Whether we like to admit it or not, most of us know the difficult times in our lives have been some of our greatest teachers, allowing us to go deeper and come out stronger.
And here I go again talking about the importance of mindfulness. Regarding the discomfort that comes with change, having a developed mindfulness muscle can really make all the difference in your ability to experience more happiness and less stress in life. Let me explain how…
Meditation doesn’t have to be an hour of sitting on a cushion in lotus position (the one where people’s feet are crossed up over their thighs), it can be a few minutes throughout the day; maybe while you’re waiting in the doctor’s office, or waiting in the car to pick the kids up from school.
It’s a practice of turning inward, noticing what’s happening in our minds as a witness, not as a participant. It’s the bird’s eye view that I was saying earlier makes one a better producer.
A teacher once gave me this powerful metaphor for mindfulness:
Think about a bus stop, one of the stops that has the glass seating area and overhang. Now imagine you’re walking down the street and suddenly the sky opens up and it begins to downpour.
The weather did not mention rain today, so of course you left the house without an umbrella (if you’ve ever lived in NYC this happens a LOT). You run and take cover under the bus stop, figuring you will wait out the rain. What could it be? 5 minutes? 10? After 10 minutes it’s still pouring and you’re cold.
The wind is blowing and it doesn’t look like it’s stopping anytime soon. You need to get home. In that moment you realize you’ll have to walk out into the rain and get wet.
You’re going to get soaked, but it won’t kill you. You take a deep breath, tuck your head, and on you go.
In this metaphor, mindfulness is the bus stop.
Rain is always going to happen, and many times unexpectedly.
Mindfulness provides you that small shelter where you can stop for a moment and gather yourself, decide your next steps, take a breath, shrug your shoulders, and then get on with it.
It helps to develop an open state of mind that can relax with paradox, ambiguity, and change rather than grasp for control. It builds an ability to take a pause and to act, not react.
By getting to know ourselves and our patterns in this removed, bystander type way it helps us understand the patterns non-judgmentally, and become open to where we are and to whatever is happening in life in this exact moment.
We then have the space to make a conscious choice rather than a reactionary one. Am I going to cling to the shore, to my life and circumstance pre- “insert stressful life change here?” Or am I going to relax, loosen my grip, and float down the river with the current? Experiencing life and change in a softer way…unlearning and relearning along the way.
Literacy = Learning, Unlearning, Relearning
What is mental conditioning? How can we re-form patterns we perceive?
Mental conditioning is a process of training your mind to modify your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs to accept thinking patterns, tendencies and/or mental states in order to optimize positive thinking and ultimately optimize your performance.
“The illiterate of the 21st Century are not those who cannot read and write but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.”
― Alvin Toffler, Powershift: Knowledge, Wealth, and Power at the Edge of the 21st Century
That book was written 25 years ago, as Alvin Toffler looked at the Industrial Economy moving to an Information Age/Knowledge Economy.
What happens when economic value is created out of knowledge, out of intangible assets?
Today, there are no universally accepted standards to measure the value of intangible assets in the same way that we value hard assets, like gold, machinery and real property.
If value is created out of knowledge, does power follow that value creation?
That’s what happens with tangible assets. He who has the most property, the most gold or oil, is more likely to have more power to win in a dispute. What is the relationship between knowledge and value? Value to whom? In what context does knowledge have value?
Now, in the 21st Century, what does literacy mean? Who will be the literate?
My students ask: “I don’t want to be trapped in the structures of the past that limit my opportunities. How can I become one of the literates? How will I survive?
My response: “Who are the most passionate learners? Entrepreneurs. What can we learn from their mindset?” How do entrepreneurs feel about what they know and what they don’t know?
How do they deal with uncertainty and change?
Our culture places so much emphasis and value on learning, especially established standard content. That is important and enables us to feel we are making progress in life, materially, and psychically.
We feel secure, and have a sense of self-worth.
The entrepreneur mindset/lifestyle choice is a constant cycling of aspirations and needs, driven at an ever-increasing pace by a passion for exploring unknowns.
This behavior is paradoxical because it seems to be opposed to what most people believe is a “normal human life”, which emphasizes stability, security, relative comfort.
Entrepreneurs thrive on chaos and uncertainty.
Who would want to live like that? Why? Popular media suggests they are motivated by greed for fame and fortune. The reality is their drive to survive, an unquenchable, relentless pursuit of knowledge.
They even welcome and embrace critical feedback because they know they learn little from compliments.
They respect their competitors and are, like Andy Grove, legendary CEO and one of the co-founders of Intel, paranoid – all the time. He even wrote a book titled: “Only the Paranoid Survive”. The success of Intel validates the concept.
What is “unlearning and relearning”?
Unlearning is an ever-changing, fluid process of exploration by using different sets of questions about everything we know and value to discover unknowns.
Relearning can be more accurately described as refocused learning. If the focus, assumptions, objectives, and methods remain the same, won’t we learn the same lessons? How can we “relearn” something we believe we already know? When the challenges have changed, how useful is that?
Sounds good – BUT – we resist “unlearning and relearning”, just as we resist many kinds of change. The initial challenge is that our egos hate being torn down, even to be rebuilt.
How do people go through this process?
When and how often is this necessary?
If learning is seen as a process of “connecting the dots”, understanding the relationships between data points (of reality), then unlearning must begin with asking about the data points themselves.
What data points are we observing and paying attention to?
How important and relevant are those data points?
What other data points should we consider?
What data points are there that we might not be aware of?
Next, we can examine the connections, each one, consciously and deliberately. The questions are the same.
What connections are we observing and paying attention to?
How important and relevant are those connections?
What other connections should we consider?
What connections are there that we might not be aware of?
Then, what about our ability to interpret those connections?
What insights do we gain from the connections we believe to be true?
How important and relevant are those insights?
What other ways might we interpret those connections?
Finally, we can “relearn” by observing data points and connections that might have been beyond the scope or even the imagination of our previous mindset. With new data points and new connections, can new interpretations and insights be far behind?
Isn’t this a kind of “mental conditioning”, like physical conditioning?
Who wouldn’t want to be more fit to meet new challenges?
Japan Africa Scholarship (JADS) Program – capacity building in energy sector through skills development for sustainable development– is a joint initiative by the AfDB and Japan that aims at providing two-year scholarship awards to highly achieving African graduate students to enable them to undergo post-graduate studies (i.e. a two-year Master’s degree program) in priority development areas on the continent and abroad (including in Japan).
This JADS program is funded by the Government of Japan.
The overarching goal that the AfDB and the Government of Japan seeks to attain is to enhance skills and human resources development in Africa in a number of priority areas pertaining to science and technology with a special focus on the energy sector.
JADS’s objectives are aligned with the Bank’s High 5 agenda (i.e. Light up and power Africa, Feed Africa, Industrialize Africa, Integrate Africa and Improve the quality of life for the people of Africa) and key Japanese development assistance initiatives to Africa and the 6th Tokyo International Conference for African Development (TICAD VI) outcomes.
The JADS Program is open to applicants from AfDB member countries with relevant professional experience and a history of supporting their countries’ development efforts who are applying to a graduate degree program in energy development and related discipline.
The program does not provide scholarships to any other graduate degree program.
The scholarship program provides tuition, a monthly living stipend, round-trip airfare, health insurance, and travel allowance.
Upon completion of their studies, the beneficiary scholars are expected to return to their home countries to apply and disseminate their newly acquired knowledge and skills, and contribute to the promotion of sustainable development of their countries.
Broadly speaking, nationals of African countries must:
Be a national of an AfDB member country;
Be in good health;
Hold a Bachelor (or equivalent) degree in the energy area (or related field) earned at least 1 years prior to the application deadline date;
Have 1 years or more of recent development-related experience after earning a Bachelor (or equivalent) degree;
Be accepted unconditionally to enrol in the upcoming academic year in at least one of the JADS partner universities for a Master’s degree;
Applicants living or working in a country other than his or her home country are not eligible for scholarships.
JADS does not support applicants who are already enrolled in graduate degree programs.
Not be an Executive Director, his/her alternate, and/or staff of all types of appointments of the African Development Bank Group or a close relative of the aforementioned by blood or adoption with the term “close relative” defined as: Mother, Father, Sister, Half-sister, Brother, Half-brother, Son, Daughter, Aunt, Uncle, Niece, or Nephew.
*Please note: All eligibility criteria are strictly adhered to. No exceptions are made. Eligibility criteria will not change during an open call for applications. However, this information is subject to change between the close of one application process and the opening of the next.
The JADS Scholarship provides the recipient with the following benefits:
Economy class air travel between your home country and the host university at the start of the study program and immediately following the end of the scholarship period.
Tuition for a graduate program and the cost of basic medical insurance usually obtained through the university.
A monthly subsistence allowance to cover living expenses, including books.
2. Applicant sends documents (application form, university transcripts and certificate, CV, professional references and research proposal), to the JADS Secretariat for first screening through JADS@AFDB.ORG
3. JADS Secretariat sends shortlist of candidates to selected Japanese universities
4. Universities do second screening and share selected students with JADS Secretariat
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3 things you could be doing wrong.
If you find yourself stuck in your job search while the job market is booming, it’s time to reflect on what may be going wrong.
Here are three mistakes you could be making:
You have no digital presence.
While this may not seem harmful at first glance, not having an online presence can signal to recruiters that you are not social media savvy.
Good social media skills are an expectation these days.
Digital Presence means you occupy space online, 10 years ago digital presence meant having a web site, today we have social media, mobile, and all forms of online advertising to consider when it comes to creating digital presence and it encompasses so much more than just a web site.
Your resume never sees the light of day.
Unfortunately, this happens to a lot of job seekers. If you do not have the appropriate keywords on your resume, recruiters will not find you when they search the database.
Your resume doesn’t reflect your true capabilities.
Many great workers do themselves a disservice by writing their own resumes when they are not good resume writers. Your resume needs to match your qualifications to the requirements outlined on a job posting. If it doesn’t, you won’t land an interview.
Identifying what is going wrong in your job search is the first step toward correcting the problem. But you may need help with presenting yourself online, on paper, and in person so that employers see how valuable you are.
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Nestle Nigeria Plc with a presence in more than 130 countries and factories in more than 80 research centres brings many global benefits.
We believe in long term career development and appreciate how challenges and motivation will help you reach your potential.
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We are recruiting to fill the position below: Job Title: Field Sales Manager
Ref No: 9999 Location: Ibadan, Oyo Position Type: Full-time
Ensure effective planning and implementation of all Nestle Professional sales activities by building and maintaining collaborative relationships with Nestlé Professional (NP) customers in the focus channels.
You also manage the third party sales force in NP dedicated channels (Bukas, HoReCa, Education (schools with boarding facilities), institutions with catering facilities and MYOWBU (My Own Business) operation to, accelerate sell-out.
Joining Nestlé means you are joining the largest food and Beverage Company in the world. At our very core, we are a human company driven by our purpose- to enhance the quality of life and contribute to a healthier future.
As the Leading Nutrition Health and Wellness Company, we are committed to enhancing People’s lives, everywhere, every day. We expect this same commitment of our Field Sales Manager who will ensure Availability, Visibility and Accessibility of all Nestlé products in all relevant outlets through effective management of the Sales force.
To succeed in this role you must be an effective team leader, with excellent interpersonal skills, strong drive and passion for business results.
Key Outputs / Deliverables:
Set and monitor sales target of customers in dedicated channels of NP and ensure achievement of targets in the focus channels i.e. Bukas, HoReCa, Education (schools with boarding facilities), institutions with catering facilities, MYOWBU etc.
Recruit agreed number of BSP- MYOWBU, Kitchen operators and supervise all MYOWBU operators and attendants to ensure productivity.
Drive coverage of NP dedicated channels – Bukas, HoReCa, Education (Schools with boarding facilities) and institutions with catering facilities.
Implement Channel promotional activities for all NP points of consumption and ensure prompt and accurate reporting.
Support the Channel Development Managers by providing feedback on customer stock requirements and usage/depletion.
Conduct field coaching and trade visits with third party sales force in the NP channels to ensure flawless execution of our field sales plans.
Participate in the Branch Weekly Operations Review (WOR), track channel and distributor performance, with clear analysis on sell-out activities and impact on branch performance.
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Must have a minimum of 3years’ experience in Field Sales Management especially Out-of-Home Experience/ HORECA field Sales, in a Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) environment.
Excellent communications and negotiation skills.
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Recruitment can also refer to processes involved in choosing individuals for unpaid roles.
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Nestle’s purpose is enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. The company contributes to society while ensuring the long-term success of its business.
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3 year diploma holders can apply for engineer job vacancies.
Age limit is not mentioned by the company,so we can expect maximum 45 years.
This companies are providing higher level of salary for their employees here both freshers and experienced candidates can check eligible vacancies.
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Visa Lottery Application 2019, Visa Lottery Application Guide 2019, How to Apply for Visa Lottery 2019/2020. This guide will enlighten you on everything about VISA lottery application form and guide 2019.
1. Eligibility for Visa Lottery Application.
Please note that some countries aren’t allowed to use sure enough VISA Lotteries however once your country is allowed rather like some restricted countries then even though you’re unwed, Married, Divorced, Widowed, or lawfully Separated you’ll be able to still apply.
2. Types of Visa Application Forms.
The following classes of visas are issued by most countries:
Skilled employee visa
Farm Worker visa
Transit visa, Etc.
3. United States Visa Lottery Application Guide.
The North American country is a diverse and interest country and a most of the people resident in the country along with her voters enjoy arguable the best standards of living in the whole world. Doctors , Nurses, Engineers, Lawyers and different technicians and professional earn higher salaries.
Before you’ll be able to submit an application which is successful for U.S Visa Lotteries, you wish is of essence to ensure and crosscheck if your country allowed to participate that year on the official website https://www.dvlottery.state.gov/
You can also contact the U.S.A embassy in your country to get answers to your questions.
4. Australia Visa Lottery Portal.
Australia is nation with so much opportunities. of recent, there has been high demand for professional employees thanks to the ever increasing numbers of companies setting up their firms in Australia. Australia has create an enabling environment which is hospitable for foreigners with the need to come back over and do legitimate business within the country. Of recent we’ve seen immigration upsurge from the various of European countries, even Americans have been migrating to Australia for a much better pay and living condition.
If you actually need to travel outside your country and earn hard cash then the best country to suggest to you is Australia . To seek out additional concerning the Australian VISA program visit her official web site http://www.border.gov.au/ or http://www.immi.gov.au/
– FULL NAME;
– DATE OF BIRTH – Day, Month, Year;
– GENDER – Male or Female;
– BIRTH CITY;
– BIRTH COUNTRY – The name of the country that is currently in use for the place where you were born;
– ENTRY PHOTOGRAPH(S) – All photographs used must be recent, family or group photos are not allowed;
This year (2019) Green Card Lottery Program is called DV-2019/20 (the year successful applicants may enter the United States of America on the green card they won) and is now open to all individuals worldwide who meet two basic entry requirements.
The Diversity Immigrant Visa is a lottery program administered by the United States (U.S.) government Department of State and conducted under the Immigration and Nationality Act.
The American VISA Lottery application is limited, and it is conducted once a year. Only specified eligible countries and applicants are qualified to apply. What this means is that if your country of origin does not qualify for American VISA Lottery 2018/2019, you are automatically ineligible.
The diversity visas are distributed among six geographic regions. More visas are given to the regions that had lower rates of immigration. Also, if a particular country sent more than 50,000 immigrants to the U.S. within past five years, the citizens of that country are not eligible to participate in the green card lottery.
Currently, around 80% of the diversity visas are received by Africa and Europe.
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There are different kinds of VISA you can apply for apart from 2019/2020 U.S.A VISA Lottery. Your type of application will depend on your circumstances, country and your specified purpose. It is pertinent you do not focus only on how to apply for the 2018/2019 U.S.A VISA Lottery since it is limited as just a country offers such a service. However, in this post, we have also put some information about Australia and Canada Visa Application briefly for your information.
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