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The QUOTA Scholarship Scheme 2010 for International Master’s Programme at NTNU
The QUOTA Scholarship Scheme 2010 for International Master’s Programme at NTNU
The Quota Scheme is Norway’s and NTNU’s largest loan and scholarship scheme for financing students from eligible developing countries, and countries in Central and Eastern Europe/ Central Asia.
You may be eligibile for Quota Scheme support if you are either a student or temporarily or permanently employed at one of the institutions where NTNU has a collaborative agreement. These institutions are mainly found in developing countries or in Central and Eastern Europe/ Central Asia. Please refer to the list of institutions. The deadline for submission of the preliminary application is December 1, 2009.
To be ellgible, you must also have stayed at least one year in your home country directly prior to when you plan to undertake your education at NTNU or any other Norwegian university/ college. That means you cannot apply for financial support directly from a country than your own.
NTNU has been granted 168 seats (157 for developing countries, and 11 for Central and Eastern Europe/ Central Asia) for the academic years 2008-2009, 2009-2010 and 2010-2011.However, there are only about 60-65 new seats each year under the Quota Scheme at NTNU. The rest of NTNU’s Quota Scheme seats are used for students who are already admitted at our university, and who need renewal of Quota Scheme support to complete their studies.
The few Quota Scheme seats available, compared with the very high number of applicants competing for new seats, makes this source of funding support extremely competitive. Only very qualified candidates from collaborating institutions will therefore be offered admission.
What Does It Cover
The Quota Scheme covers living expenses while studying in Norway, travel allowances according to fixed national rates at minimum student price, support to cover fieldwork periods in the students’ home country as part of the study programme in Norway, and additional support for children when they are staying together with the student in Norway.
At the moment the yearly support is NOK 87 600 for students at undergraduate and graduate programmes (NOK 8 760 per month for 10 months per year). A major part of the support (60 %) is given as a loan, that will only be waived if the student is permanently settling down in his or her home country after completing the education in Norway. A minor part (40 %) is given as a scholarship.
As it might take up to two months after arrival to receive the loan and scholarship, it is necessary that the students provide themselves with sufficient fund to cover their expenses in Norway for the first two months. This would amount to approximately NOK 14 000, because you have to take into consideration the living expenses, including the house rent, an accommodation deposit of NOK 3 000 to the Student Welfare Organisation, cost of books, and a minor semester fee (Approximately NOK 450).
If you are following a normal study progression, the financial support will usually be renewed every year until you have completed your education, meaning for a normal study period of 2 years duration on the condition that you are present at NTNU in Trondheim. An additional 3rd year support under the Quota Scheme can be granted in cases where the MSc/MPhil student is academically delayed in his/her studies (child birth, sickness etc during the study period). Please note that according to the regulations, students who are pregnant at arrival will not be granted maternity scholarship.
The regulations under the Quota Scheme says that if the student permanently settle down in his or her home country, the loan will be waived as a form of Norwegian governmental development assistance to the student’s home country. Students who are not following the intentions behind the scheme, and who settle in another country after having completed their education in Norway, are expected to repay the loan on the same conditions as Norwegian citizens.
Higher Executive Officer
Office of International Relations NTNU
Online preliminary application form for applicants under the quota scheme
The deadline for submission of the preliminary application is December 1, 2009.
Admission requirements under the quota scheme
For admission under the Quota Scheme, NTNU will only consider candidates attached to one of NTNU’s collaboration institutions for admission to our international master’s programmes. Applicants will be asked to indicate that they belong to at least one of the following categories in the electronic preliminary application database to be able to proceed with their application for Quota Scheme support:
a) Permanently employed at one of NTNU’s collaboration institutions.
b) Temporary employed at one of NTNU’s collaboration institutions
c) Presently studying at one of NTNU’s collaboration institutions
d) Graduates with a first degree from one of NTNU’s collaboration institutions.
Applicants belonging to the categories a), b), or c) will be given the highest priority in admission under the Quota Scheme.
One general requirement for admission to our international master’s programmes, is that applicants must have completed a minimum of 3 years of recognised university studies beyond the basic matriculation requirement for admission at Norwegian universities/ colleges relevant for their home country. Usually this will require that the applicants must have completed a specialised first degree/ bachelor’s degree of at least 4 years duration within a relevant academic area.
For some international master’s programmes relevant work experience may also be considered relevant for admission. Please notice that applicants who have obtained only a 2-3 years Diploma/ Higher National Diploma degree, at Polytechnics/ college level, do not qualify for admission to our international master’s programmes.
Before applying, please study the academic requirements for the international master’s programme you are interested in applying for carefully (see academic requirements for each of the master’s programmes at our web pages: http://www.ntnu.no/international/master ).
English language requirement for applicants under the Quota Scheme:
An electronic version of the preliminary application form is available at the home page of the Office of International Relations. The evaluation of the applicants’ background will be based on the information given in the electronic preliminary application form. Applicants should therefore use some time when filling in all the questions in the database, and be careful to give correct information. The information on the electronic preliminary application form, will later be checked against the educational and other required documents submitted with the final application form for those of the candidates who have passed through the preliminary application screening.
NTNU’S COLLABORATION INSTITUTIONS
QUOTA SCHEME – DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Formal collaboration agreements* Informal collaboration**
Agostinho Neto University*
Addis Ababa University*
Arba Minch University**
Ethiopian Civil Service College**
Geological Survey of Ethiopia**
North Gondar Zone Programme**
Gilgel Gibe Hydroelectric Project**
Tigray Bureau of Water Resource Dev.**
Marine Transport Authority**
Misr International University*
University of Ghana*
The University of Education, Winneba*
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation**
Volta River Authority**
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology*
University of Malawi*
University of Eduardo Mondlane*
Mozambique Ports and Railway**
United Nations University*
University of KwaZulu-Natal *
University of Dar es Salaam*
Sokoine University of Agriculture*
University of Dodoma*
Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWARI) **
Tanzania Petroleum Development Corp.**
Ministry of Energy & Minerals, geological Survey**
TANESCO (Tanzania Electric Supply Authority).**
Tanzania Harbour Authority**
Ministry of Communication and Transport**
National Construction Council**
ILALA Municipal Council**
Makerere University *
Petroleum Exploration and Production Department, Entebbe**
Ugandan Electricity Board**
Development Research Group**
University of Zambia*
Development Research Group**
ZESCO (Zambia Electric Supply Co.)**
University of Zimbabwe*
An-Najah National University*
LATIN- AND SOUTH- AMERICA
Universidade de Brasilia*
Federal University of Pernambuco*
Universidade Estadual De Campinas*
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte*
Universidade Estadual Paulista “Julio De Mesquita Filho”*
Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro**
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology*
University of Chittagong*
Bangladesh Agricultural University*
Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka*
Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration and Production Company (BAPEX)**
Bangladesh Gas Field Co. Ltd.**
Geological Survey of Bangladesh**
Bangladesh Petroleum Institute**
Bangladesh Power Development Board**
Dhaka Electricity Supply Authority**
Bangladesh Inland Warwe Transport Autority, BIWTA**
Chittagong port Authority**
Bhutan Power Corporation**
Tala Hydroelectric Project Authority**
University of Hyderabad*
School of Planning and Architecture (Deemed University), New Delhi*
University of Delhi (DU)*
Jadavpur University (JU), Kolkata*
University of Pune (UP)*
University of Kerala (KU)*
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IITK)*
Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai*
Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Loni, Maharashtra*
Anand Agricultural University (AAU), Anand, Gujarat*
Oil and National Gas Commission (ONGC)**
Central Water Commission/ Hydel Civil Eng. Directorate**
Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai**
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur**
Jadavpur University, Kolkata**
Bengal Engineering and Science University, Kolkata**
Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cocin**
Marine Engineering and Research Institute (MERI), Kolkata**
National Institute of Oceanography, Goa**
Associates for Metroploitan Development Authorities (AMDA), New Delhi**
Delhi Developmant Authority (DDA), New Delhi**
Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority, Kolkata**
Instituteof Rural management, Anand, Gujarat**
Institut of Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya*
Udayana University; Bali*
University of Indonesia**
Chevron Pacific Indonesia**
Dalian University of Technology*
Tsinghua University, The institute of Nuclear and new Technologies*
Peking University, Beijing*
Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, Qingdao*
Central South University, Chansha*
Beijing Normal University*
Fudan University, Shanghai*
Shanghai Jiao Tong University*
Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology*
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)**
Det Norske Veritas, District North China**
Xi’an Municipal Corp., Urban Planning Office**
China Academy of urban Planning and Design, Ministry of Construction, Beijing**
Tibet Ancient Architecture Design & Research Institute**
Xinjian Institute of Ecology and Geography, Chinese Academy of Science, Xinjiang**
Butwal Power Corporation (BPC)**
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA)**
Himal Hydro & General Construction Ltd.**
Ministry of Water Resources**
Lamjung Electricity Development Company (LEDCO)**
Departments of Mines & Geology /Petroleum**
Exploration Promotion Project**
Department of Urban Development & Building Construction, Ministry of Housing and Physical Planning**
Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust (KVPT)**
Metropolitan Municipality of Kathmandu**
Town Development Board, Kathmandu**
Sarhad Hydel Developmant Organisation**
University of Peradeniya*
The South Eastern University of Sri Lanka*
Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka**
Ceylon (Lanka) Electricity Board**
Sri Lanka Ports Authority**
Coast Conservation Department**
Nha Trang University *
Can Tho University*
Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology*
International University Vietnam National University HCMC*
Power Engineering Consulting Company No. 1 (PECCI)**
Hydraulic Engineering Consultant Corporation No. II (Joint Stock)**
Research Institute for Aquaculture No. 1**
Vietnam Oil and Gas Corporation**
Electricity of Vietnam (EVN)**
EAST- and CENTRAL – EUROPE/ CENTRAL- ASIA
University of Tirana*
Azerbaijan State Oil Academy*
Bosnia and Herzegovina
University of Sarajevo*
University of Zagreb*
University of Belgrade*
University of Nis*
Moscow State Institute of Steel and Alloys*
Pomor International University, Archangelsk**
Tomsk State Pedagogical University**
Pomor State University**
Gubkin Oil and Gas Institute**
International Master’s Programmes
NTNU offers more than 30 international master’s programmes taught in English, ranging from the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering, architecture, medicine and Erasmus Mundus programmes.
Programme catalogue 2009-2010 (pdf)
Because the language of instruction for these programmes is English, you don’t have to comply with NTNU’s Norwegian language requirements. You do, however, have to be able to demonstrate your English-language proficiency if you come from a country where a language other than English is the native language.
MPhil in Childhood Studies
MSc in Chemical Engineering
MSc in Coastal and Marine Civil Engineering
MSc in Condensed Matter Physics
MPhil in Development Studies – Specializing in Geography
MPhil in Development Studies – Specializing in Urban Challenges in East Africa
MSc in Electric Power Engineering
MPhil in English Linguistics and Language Acquisition
MSc in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
MSc in Exercise Physiology/Sports Sciences
MSc in Geotechnics and Geohazards
MSc in Globalization – Global Technology Management
MSc in Globalization – Global Politics and Culture
MPhil in Human Development
MSc in Hydropower Development
MSc in Industrial Ecology
MSc in Information Systems
MSc in Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering- (New from 2009)
MSc in Light Metals Production
MPhil in Linguistics
MPhil in Maritime Archaeology
MSc in Marine Coastal Development
MSc in Marine Technology
MSc in Mathematics
MSc in Medical Technology
MSc in Molecular Medicine
MSc in Natural Gas Technology- (New from 2009)
MSc in Natural Resources Management
MSc in Neuroscience
MSc in Petroleum Engineering/MSc in Petroleum Geosciences
MSc in Project Management
MSc in Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS)
MPhil in Risk Psychology, Environment and Safety
MSc in Silicon and Ferroalloy Production
MSc in Telematics – Communication Networks and Networked Services
MSc in Urban Ecological Planning
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Oslo Peace Scholarship 2010 for Master in Peace and Conflict Studies
Oslo Peace Scholarship 2010 for Master in Peace and Conflict Studies
The International Peace Research Institute, Oslo and The Australian National University’s Department of International Relations, in partnership with Bjørknes College, are offering a scholarship for Master of International Affairs Specialising in Peace and Conflict.
The program brings together academics at the forefront of international relations, peace, and conflict research from two sides of the globe. Students spend one semester at Bjørknes College in Norway with faculty from the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO) pursuing courses in Conflict Resolution and Peace-Building, Ethics of Peace and War, and Gender and War. The international relations courses are taken at ANU in Canberra. Participants have full access to the specialist libraries of the Nobel Institute and PRIO.
The Oslo Peace Scholarship pays the tuition fee and provides a living allowance for both Oslo and Canberra. Full details available here. ANU - GSIA | Scholarships | Oslo Peace Scholarship
Closing date for receipt of complete application for scholarship is 30 April 2010 for applications to start in August 2010 and 29 April 2011 for applications to start in August 2011.
Application Procedure: ANU - GSIA | Admissions
Current and Former Oslo Peace Scholarship Recipients: ANU - GSIA | Oslo Peace Scholarship Recipients
For information on PRIO, please visit their web site.PRIO - International Peace Research Institute, Oslo
Norway is the best place to live on earth!
Sống ở Nauy thì quá tốt rồi, nhưng cơ hội cho sinh viên/chuyên gia nước ngoài thì như thế nào? Chúng ta có "cửa" gì để chen chân được không? Các bác có thông tin và kinh nghiệm gì về Norway xin chia sẻ. Thanks. ĐCB.
Toàn bộ báo cáo của Liên Hiệp Quốc về Human Index 2009: http://hdr.undp.org/en/media/HDR_2009_EN_Complete.pdf
Norway is best place to live, China moves up: UN
(AFP) – Oct 5, 2009
PARIS — Norway takes the number one spot in the annual United Nations human development index released Monday but China has made the biggest strides in improving the well-being of its citizens.
The index compiled by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) ranks 182 countries based on such criteria as life expectancy, literacy, school enrolment and gross domestic product (GDP) per capita.
Norway, Australia and Iceland took the first three spots while Niger ranks at the very bottom, just below Afghanistan.
China moved up seven places on the list to rank as the 92nd most developed country due to improvements in education as well as income levels and life expectancy.
Colombia and Peru rose five spaces to rank 77th and 78th while France -- which was not part of the top 10 last year -- returns to the upper echelons by moving up three places to number 8.
The UNDP said the index highlights the grave disparities between rich and poor countries.
A child born in Niger can expect to live to just over 50, which is 30 years less than a child born in Norway. For every dollar a person earns in Niger, 85 dollars are earned in Norway.
This year's index was based on data from 2007 and does not take into account the impact of the global economic crisis.
"Many countries have experienced setbacks over recent decades, in the face of economic downturns, conflict-related crises and the HIV and AIDS epidemic," said the UN development report's author Jeni Klugman.
"And this was even before the impact of the current global financial crisis was felt."
Afghanistan, which returns to the list for the first time since 1996, is the only Asian country among the bottom ten which also include Sierra Leone in the 180th spot, just below the Central African Republic.
The top ten countries listed on the index are: Norway, Australia, Iceland, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden, France, Switzerland and Japan.
The United States ranks 13th, down one spot from last year.
AFP: Norway is best place to live, China moves up: UN
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
PhD Positions, Norwegian University of Science and Technology,
One PhD research fellowship is offered within the area of Network Media Handling at the Centre for Quantifiable Quality of Service in Communication Systems (Q2S), Centre of Excellence (Welcome to Q2S - Q2S Centre of Excellence), in the Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The PhD research fellowship is financed by The Research Council of Norway under the project “Perceptual and Cognitive Quality Evaluation Techniques for Audiovisual Systems” (PERCEVAL).
The fellowship is part of a project on the development of no-reference quality evaluation methodologies suitable for audiovisual performances and presentations, together with Simula Research Laboratory, Nofima Mat AS, and the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo. The project targets a number of central questions with respect to perceived audiovisual quality: when do users become aware of low audiovisual quality under the assumption that no direct reference exists, when do users become annoyed by poor quality, and when is information lost due to poor quality?
We seek highly motivated individuals holding a master’s degree in media technology, electronics, physics, mathematics, or other relevant disciplines. Ideally, the candidate has a strong background in subjective quality assessment methodologies, e.g. in the areas of image-, video-, audio-, or audiovisual quality, and/or the statistical analysis of such data. Knowledge in technical aspects of areas like telepresence, virtual reality, and interactive applications is preferred.
PhD fellowships at NTNU are normally awarded for 3-4 years with 0-25% of the time spent on teaching and other academic work for the department. The objective of the fellowship is to obtain a PhD degree, hence the successful applicant must be enrolled as a PhD candidate at NTNU. See also information about PhD education at NTNU at PhD studies - IME-fakultetet, NTNU.
The candidate will work in a rich scientific environment through collaboration with other research institutions, as well as the centre NTNU-Q2S (Centre for Quantifiable Quality of Service in Communication Systems). The candidate will benefit from a strong and multidisciplinary training.
Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Professor Peter Svensson by phone +47 73590546 or e-mail: svensson (at) iet.ntnu.no for further information.
Applications are to be sent to the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway, or by e-mail to: email@example.com (This address is for complete applications only. Enquiries to this address will not be answered). Applications should be marked: IME 053-2009.
The application deadline is: October 22nd, 2009
vedlegg: PhD fellowship PERCEVAL.pdf
PhD studies - IME-fakultetet, NTNU
PhD research position: Information Privacy, Identity Management, and Privacy-enhancing Technology within the PETweb II project in Oslo, Norway.
Application deadline: 31.10.2009
The University of Agder invites applications for a full-time fixed-term appointment as PhD Research Fellow in ICT/mobile communication for a period of three years, at the Department of Information and Communication Technology, Faculty of Engineering and Science. The position is located in Grimstad, Norway. The starting date is negotiable.
The Faculty of Engineering and Science offers Master’s and PhD programmes in ICT. With more than 30 academic staff and an extensive network of Norwegian and international partner universities, the Faculty, with its regional industrial partners, constitutes one of the largest research and development environments within mobile communications in Norway.
The position is intended to address energy efficiency problems in green ICT. Potential research topics for the PhD study include:
Investigation of energy consumption factors in WLANs and multi-hop wireless networks
Design of energy-aware MAC and routing protocols in multi-hop cooperative and cognitive radio networks
Performance evaluation of energy-efficient access mechanisms and protocols in wireless networks
Emphasis will be given to the applicant’s qualifications in the following fields:
Solid background in mathematics and the modelling and analysis of communication systems
Practical programming experience and proficiency in the use of network simulation tools
General knowledge of wireless and mobile communications
The successful applicant must hold a Master's degree in a relevant field.
The position places great demands on the applicant’s capacity for independent goal-oriented work, ability to concentrate and attention to detail. Applicants will be assessed on the basis of academic background and results, and any previous research and development work. Relevant practical experience, personal suitability and good teamwork skills will also be emphasised.
A high level of oral and written proficiency in English is required.
The Research Fellow must be admitted to the PhD Programme in Information and Communication Technology within three months of appointment. The Research Fellow is expected to complete a doctoral dissertation within the period of employment.
The applicant must have the necessary qualifications to be admitted to the PhD programme. Information about admission and necessary qualifications may be found on:
Information about the appointment criteria for a position as Research Fellow can be found in the Regulations Concerning Terms and Conditions of Employment for the Post of Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Research Fellow, Research Assistant and Resident, available for download at www.uia.no/vacancies
Up to 6 PhD research fellowships are offered in the Department of
Computer and Information Science (IDI), Faculty of Information
Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering (IME), Norwegian
University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
The department wants as good applicants as possible, hence there are
no restrictions on the research topic, as long as the candidate works
within one of the department’s research areas, cf. the department’s
web pages with an overview of its research groups:
Applicants must have a Master degree in computer science, informatics,
software engineering, information systems or similar is required. The
PhD fellow is expected to participate in the professional community
within the relevant areas of IDI. Applicants must contact a preferred
supervisor at the department (professor or associate professor,
specific persons can be found by clicking the research groups that
seem most appropriate on the web page mentioned above), and in
collaboration with the preferred supervisor make a project description
of 2000-3000 words to follow the application. The project description
is to document theoretical and methodological knowledge about the
research area together with a sketch of important research
problems. The evaluation of applicants will be based on their
education, job experience, possibly other relevant experience and
scientific publications. Applicants must satisfy the formal
requirements for admission to the PhD studies at NTNU. See
http://www.ime.ntnu.no/english/research/phd for detailed information
on the PhD programs administrated by IME.
For full announcement, see:
Application are to be submitted electronically, see link below.
6 stipendiatstillinger ved Institutt for datateknikk og informasjonsvitenskap (IME-06... | Jobbnorge.no - jobber i Norge
Applications should be marked IME-064-2009. Closing date: 2009-12-01.
Đúng là lương ở Nauy thì tốt thật. Nhưng quả thật, thông tin từ hội du học sinh Nauy thì chẳng thấy đâu cả.
Vì chỉ có 20% thông tin về position được up lên mạng thôi, còn 80% là thông tin ngầm, cái này thì phải cần có người trong nghề (ở bên Nauy) giúp đỡ.
Ko có chuyện có thông tin ngầm như bạn nghĩ đâu, thời này những người Việt cố tình giấu thông tin cho người thân và bạn bè thì cũng chưa chắc họ đạt được mục đích, đối thủ nặng ký trong các kỳ tuyển sinh không phải là người VN. Quá trình tìm học bổng đòi hỏi phải kiên nhẫn, nhiều trường họ không quảng cáo open position trên mạng mà bạn phải vào trang web của từng trường lục lọi. Tôi chắc chắn 100% là nếu bạn ra vào những chỗ như Vacancy, Job Open hay Open Position ở các trang web của trường thì bạn sẽ có được gần như toàn bộ thông tin hb của trường đó. Tất nhiên bạn phải kiên nhẫn vì có những hb chỉ xuất hiện một thời gian rồi hết hạn, đòi hỏi bạn phải bookmark để ra vào trang web đó mà cập nhật thường xuyên.
Một số trang web người ta hay quảng cáo hb là:
Trang Academic Job của EU
DBWorld (ngành CS)
Academic Transfer (Hà Lan)
Telejob.ch (Thụy Sỹ)
Job UK (UK)
Một số mục Open Position hay Vacancy của từng trường ở Na Uy là.
Giovik University College
University of Oslo
Còn nhiều trường cũng thông báo open position trên đây chỉ là các gợi ý, những trường còn lại bạn có thể tự tìm lấy.
Thêm một điều nữa, nếu sau này bạn thành công với những thông tin học bổng này, hãy bỏ chút thời gian quay lại VietPhD để giúp đỡ những em mới ra trường.
Đồng ý với bạn Thanh_Lam, tôi thấy cơ hội đều mở cho tất cả mọi người, vấn đề là mình phải kiên nhẫn và tự tin là sẽ làm được. Đợt mình tìm học bổng ở EU, mình luôn vào website của các trường để cập nhật thông tin 2-3 lần/tuần. Vị trí mình apply ở Oslo Univ có 25 candidates thì dân Việt mình và dân Tàu khựa chiếm tới gần 1 nửa, còn lại là Ấn, Iran và 1 số ở EU. Không biết có phải nó thích dân châu Á chăm chỉ hay không mà cuối cùng nó nhận 1 Việt, 1 Hongkong và 1 Ấn.
Cái này thấy có vẻ đúng ở một số trường hợp, còn lại thì cũng có position đăng trên mạng (của trường, portal,..) mà do người tìm ko chịu khó search thôi. Mà chuyện này thì, tự thân vận động là chính chứ ngày ngày lên Vietphd để tìm positions thì có khác gì hái hoa trong vườn thôi.
Mình ở Sài Gòn. Vậy bạn cho mình hỏi, mình rất muốn đi làm việc tại Na Uy nhưng mình không biết phải bắt đầu từ đâu, thủ tục ra sao.
Đường đến Na-uy
Đường đến Na-uy
Một ngày tháng 6, ngồi ở văn phòng tại Lạc Long Quân, Hà nội tôi lỡ tay đánh vào bán phím cụm từ “PhD in wireless communications” và gửi đến cho bác google. Không ngờ, phút giây ngắn ngủi đó lại chuyển hướng cuộc đời tôi sang một ngã rẽ mới đó là “Trở lại với công việc nghiên cứu”.
Tôi bây giờ không còn nhớ rõ bác google đã mất bao nhiêu giây để tìm câu trả lời cho câu hỏi của tôi. Nhưng điều mà tôi còn nhớ rất rõ là đã có rất nhiều các quảng cáo về tuyển sinh nghiên cứu sinh vì lúc đó là tháng 6 nên nhiều trường tuyển sinh cho kỳ học tháng 9.Trong rất nhiều quảng cáo thì chương trình nghiên cứu sinh tại NTNU làm tôi ấn tượng hơn cả vì xem bảng xếp hạng thì NTNU đứng thứ 92 trên thế giới, còn ở Nauy thì NTNU đứng thứ 2 chỉ sau Oslo University mà thôi. Nhưng thứ hạng chưa phải là thứ quan trọng nhất, cái quan trọng là hướng nghiên cứu ở đây rất phù hợp với những gì mà tôi đã yêu thích và theo đuổi hơn tám năm qua.
Đọc tiếp ÄÆ°á»ng Ä‘áº¿n Na-uy NGUYEN TRUNG HIEU
Du học Norway
Thân chào các bạn.
Mình đang apply tại Phần Lan, nhưng cũng muốn thử khả năng và kiến thức tại Norway. Có bạn nào cho mình link sv VN tại Norway không? Và xin một vài lời khuyên, tư vấn từ những bậc tiền bối. Cám ơn các bạn nhiều.
Xin thông tin
Chào cả nhà, mình tên Tân,hiện học international business, mình muốn học master ở norway, mấy bạn trong forum xin cho thông tin mà mình cần để chuẩn bị cho tương lai. Các bạn chỉ rõ các step dùm mình , lần đầu ra biển lớn mừ!:dx:
Step 0: Dùng google để tìm các trang hướng dẫn du học, vào các diễn đàn như các diễn đàn này, bỏ thời gian ra tìm trong các trang hay các diễn đàn ấy các bài hướng dẫn đã viết về hướng dẫn du học.
Các anh chị ở Na Uy cho em hỏi với ạ!
Chào các anh chị,
Em đang apply học bổng PhD bên Na Uy (University of Agder). Các anh chị nào ở Na Uy/có kiến thức về Na Uy cho em hỏi vài điều với ạ.
1. Mức lương học bổng em apply là 48 (NOK 383 900 ~ 49 000 Euro). Nơi học là Grimstad. Cho em hỏi là mức lương sau thuế cho người có vợ rùi thì còn lại bao nhiêu một tháng ạ?
2. Toàn bộ chi phí sinh hoạt (ăn, ở, đi lại, chi tiêu lặt vặt,...) ở mức bình thường của 2 vợ chồng ở vùng Grimstad hết bao nhiêu một tháng ạ?
3. Em học ngành computer science. Cơ hội xin việc của em sau PhD có khả quan ko ạ?
Em cám ơn mọi người rất nhiều ạ.
Bạn cứ Apply và thành công đi đã. Tiền bạc thì thoải mái cho cả nhà sống, nuôi thêm mẹ già, em dại, con thơ ... , sau 3 năm PhD về nước bạn có thể mua thêm 1 căn nhà và cái ô tô xịn nữa.
Yên tâm nhé!
Với tui để đặt chân lên đất nước Nauy, thanh binh và thơ mộng, phải mất hơn 1 năm trời cho việc tìm thông tin học bổng và apply, tui không nhớ chính xác nhưng trên 100 bộ hồ sơ đã gửi đi, vì họ tuyển trên toàn TG nên nhiều khi chỉ có 1 suất nhưng có trên 100 hồ sơ apply, ít thì cũng phải vài chục, và nhiều lần vào đến vòng phỏng vấn 3 hoăc 2 chọn 1... thất bại, nản, lại tiếp tục... rồi may mắn cũng đã mỉm cười.
Nauy- nơi đã giúp tôi và gia đình thay đổi cuộc đời khốn khó.
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