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  1. How to find a scholarship?

  2. CONTENT • Available scholarships • Necessary required documents • Procedure (JDS, AYF & BGF) • Comments & tips • Questions & Discussion

  3. Available Scholarships • Fulbright Scholarship (American Scholarship) apply.embark.com/student/fulbright/international/ www.iie.org/fulbright/apps/ • BGF (French Government Scholarship) www.francecambodge.org • PCBF (Canadian Francophone Scholarship Program) www.pcbf.gc.ca

  4. Available Scholarships (Cont') • Japanese Scholarships (AYF, JDS, seednet, Monboshu) AYF Homepage: www.asiaseed.org/ayfj/ JDS Homepage: sv2.jice.org/jds/ Seednet Homepage: www.seed-net.org Overall Homepage: www.studyjapan.go.jp/en/ • Others (New Zealand, DAAD, Eiffel, AIT, ADB, AusAID)

  5. Necessary Required Documents • Completed Application form -Research proposal -Future plan • University diploma or certificate of degree • Academic record of university attended • Reference -Letter of recommendation from academic advisor of school -Letter of recommendation from present employer

  6. Necessary Required Documents • Document to identify yourself • Passport/ID card/family book/birthday certificate • Certificate of English Proficiency (TOEFL, ITP TOEFL) • Admission letter from university you are applying for • Public servant ID • Certification from director of work place

  7. Procedure • JDS (Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship Program) 1. First Selection (English Examination) 2. Second Selection (Screening by University) 3. Third Selection (Technical Interview) 4. Fourth Selection (Comprehensive Interview) 5. Pre-departure English Training 6. Departure for Japan

  8. Procedure (Cont') • AYF (Asian Youth Fellowship) 1. Document screening by Japanese Embassy 2. First interview by AYF committee 3. Second interview by AYF committee • BGF 1. Document screening by French Embassy 2. Interview if necessary

  9. Comments and tips • Documents preparation • research plan • Future plan • Experience • TOEFL (practice, practice and practice) • Interview • Technical interview (Background, Experience, Research) • Comprehensive interview (Future Plan)

  10. Comments and tips (Cont') • Research Proposal • The topic should be related to our strong academic background or experiences from our work • The topic must contains academically interesting and challenging research question • The topic must be supported by the program of the university you are applying for • The topic should be important for socioeconomic development of the countries in particular and the world as the whole

  11. Comments and tips (Cont') • Research Proposal • The topic must be clear, specific and doable and able be reexamined systematically. • The topic must address important policy questions • The topic must be important or will be important for Cambodia • Who will benefit from the result of your research? • The result of research must contributes to the development of Cambodia • The research helps you participate more effectively in the development process of the country after your graduation

  12. Thanks for your attention Questions and Discussion