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Application Deadline: 13 April 2020

At, we believe that students who study abroad become the next generation of globally-minded leaders – and we want more of you to do it!

That’s why we’re offering a scholarship of up to €5000 to help cover your tuition fees and get you one step closer to your next great adventure.

The scholarship will be awarded for the fall/autumn semester of 2020 and is open to
students from any country who will be studying a master’s degree abroad at a European university or school.


To apply for this scholarship:

  • You must have applied (or will apply) to a university or school within Europe
  • You must have applied (or will apply) for a master’s-level degree starting in the Fall/Autumn semester in 2020
  • The degree program must be studied within Europe (not online or in another country)
  • You must meet the entry requirements for the university or school, including:
    • Hold a valid undergraduate (bachelor’s) degree
    • Meet language requirements for the program
  • You must hold or be eligible to apply for a relevant study visa (if applicable)
  • You must be studying abroad in a country that you were not born in or currently reside in (unless currently studying).

Our ideal candidate

Are you the next globally-minded leader?

If you’re planning to take the leap to study abroad, we already know you have a
courageous and adventurous spirit. What else are we looking for in a candidate?

  • Globally-minded and interested in other cultures
  • Motivated and inspired to positively change the world
  • High academic achiever with consistently outstanding grades to prove it
  • Involved in extra-curricular groups and activities
  • Excited to begin your adventure and share your story with the world!

For more information:

Visit the official webpage of

Application Deadline: 03 June,2019

The School is designed to offer two weeks “full immersion”  in user charges regulation of local public services (e.g. waste, water, public transport, district heating, sport facilities) and is mainly addressed to undergraduate students at their last year, PhD and graduate students and officials from the Public Administration (municipalities, counties, regional bodies) and regulatory agencies.

 The course lasts two weeks and is articulated in three parts:
 – theoretical module
 – industry analysis
 – case studies (with a virtual regulatory final report prepared by attendants)

 For further information, please have a look to the programme

Applications are open for the free international summer school. The School is designed to offer two weeks “full immersion”  in user charges regulation of local public services (e.g. waste, water, public transport, district heating, sport facilities) and is mainly addressed to undergraduate students at their last year, PhD and graduate students and officials from the Public Administration (municipalities, counties, regional bodies) and regulatory agencies.

Moreover, The Turin School of Local Regulation is a network initiative that intends to offer international high-level research, education and capacity-building experience. Further, The Summer School adopts a policy-oriented approach, with the aim of spreading the culture and instruments of regulation and regulatory reform at the local level, connecting academic research with local policy-makers, public officials, professionals, local regulatory agencies, NGOs, consumers’ associations, chambers of commerce.

The course lasts two weeks and also, is articulated in three parts:
– Firstly, it is articulated by a theoretical module
– Then, industry analysis
– Finally, case studies (with a virtual regulatory final report prepared by attendants)


  • Selected participants can benefit from very low registration fees; Further,  free registration from non-OECD countries.
  • Also, registration includes 2-week free accommodation in Turin.

Selection criteria

Curricula are evaluated on the basis of three main criteria:

  • the relevance of applicant’s studies and professional experience / Further, current job position to the topics of the Summer School programme
  • Additionally, the balanced geographical distribution of selected participants (OECD / non-OECD members; distribution per continent; additionally, the inclusion of applicants from Countries non represented in the previous editions)
  • a balanced distribution of educational background (e.g. economics; environmental engineering; law; also, public administration; 

For more information:

visit the official webpage of Turin School of Regulation

Application Deadline: 24 May, 2019

The President’s PhD Scholarships at the Imperial College offer an outstanding opportunity for potential PhD students.

The President’s Ph.D. Scholarships aims to provide up to 50 research students with great potential the opportunity to work within their chosen research field with the support of an excellent supervisor. Opportunities for Ph.D. funding via this scheme are extremely competitive, with higher than usual eligibility requirements. Applicants should be confident that they are able to demonstrate outstanding academic performance before applying for this scholarship scheme.

The opportunities for PhD funding via this scheme are extremely competitive, with higher than usual eligibility requirements. Applicants should be confident that they are able to demonstrate outstanding academic performance before applying for this scholarship scheme. Previous successful recipients of the scholarship have ranked highly in their class, often achieving grades of 85% or higher in their degree(s).


  • Successful candidates will receive the following financial support for up to 3.5 years:
  • Full funding for tuition fees
  • A stipend of £21,200 per annum to assist with living costs
  • A consumables fund of £2,000 per annum for the first 3 years of study
  • A programme of bespoke opportunities and events delivered by the Graduate School


  1. Applications are accepted from talented candidates from Imperial College London, the UK and worldwide. There are no restrictions on nationality.
  2. Candidates must be among the highest achievers in their undergraduate cohort, and in receipt of, or due to receive a first class UK degree or equivalent.
  3. Candidates with a stand-alone Master’s qualification must have achieved a distinction or, where this has yet to have been achieved, be able to provide evidence of high performance that will lead to a distinction. They must also hold a first class UK undergraduate degree or equivalent (integrated Masters that form part of an undergraduate degree, e.g. MEng, MSci, M.Math, are assessed by Admissions as an undergraduate qualification when determining eligibility). Candidates with multiple standalone Master’s qualifications must have achieved a distinction in the one most relevant to their PhD study.
  4. Candidates with degrees from overseas institutions are strongly urged to determine if their scores/grades are equivalent to the relevant eligibility criteria.
  5. Prior to applying candidates must have made contact with a supervisor in an academic department at Imperial College London who has agreed to supervise their research project. Please note that supervisors are limited to supervise one scholar at any time. Please review the President’s PhD Scholarships – Unavailable Supervisors page for more information. Please note: current registered Imperial PhD students are not eligible to be considered for a President’s PhD Scholarship. The scheme is only open to new PhD applications.

For more information:

Visit the official webpage of The Imperial College London

Application Deadline:

Are you seeking doctoral funding? The University of Hamburg offers doctoral scholarships and grants of up to € 1.200 to (prospective) doctoral candidates studying at the University of Hamburg

Eligibility Requirements:

  • For basic scholarship, applicants’ university graduation should not be more than a year.
  • Only on rare occasions, the university will accept candidates who graduated three years back, on the grounds of health or family related issues.
  • The applicants for the University Of Hamburg – Doctoral Scholarships in Germany, 2020 must have above-average grades in their graduate degree.
  • Hamburg students who meet the criteria are eligible.
  • For completion scholarship: In case if the applicant is a research associate at a university or research institute, then his/her employment must not be more than four years.
  • Students of medicine at the UKE must write a course-related doctoral thesis.
  • Applicants for University Of Hamburg – Doctoral Scholarships in Germany, 2020 should intend to pursue your doctoral project at the University of Hamburg.
  • Students of medicine (UKE) can only apply if their main topic for the doctoral program lies mainly within another faculty, such as pharmacy, biology, medical psychology, chemistry or physics.

For more More information:

Visit the official website of the University of Hamburg

Application Deadline: 27 May,2019

Applications are invited for GYBN Regional Youth Capacity Building Workshop for EUROPE. Since May 2017 GYBN has organized a series of Regional Youth Capacity-Building Workshops in Latin-America, Africa, and Asia. Building upon the success of these workshops, GYBN is now very proud to announce that our workshop series will finally come to Europe. Further, The 2019 GYBN Regional Youth Capacity-Building Workshop for Europe will take place from August 11 to August 18, 2019. Also, The venue being Wassergspreng near Vienna in Austria.

Moreover, The Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN) is an international network of 340 youth organizations. It is representing more than 680.000 youth from 145 countries. GYBN is representing the voice of global youth in the negotiations under the Convention on Biological Diversity. Further,  raises awareness among young people of the values of biodiversity, and connects individuals and youth organizations. In order to build a global coalition to halt the loss of biodiversity.

The workshop for EUROPE will take place from August 11 to August 18, 2019, in Wassergspreng near Vienna in Austria.

Eligibility/Selection Criteria:

  • Be a registered GYBN member
  • Between 18 – 35 years old
  • Commitment to biodiversity conservation with a previous track record showing such engagement
  • Active member or coordinator of a youth organization/network/community that is working on Biodiversity on the local/national or regional level
  • Possess the time and ability to share knowledge gained from the workshop, including implementing workshop outcomes and replicating workshop model at the national/local level
  • The applicant’s biodiversity-related work has to be based in the region in which it is held. However, the applicant need not be a citizen of a country of that region.
    To be eligible for financial support, applicants must be citizens or current residents of a European country.
  • Documents required for the workshop:

Documents Required( Workshop in Europe)

  • Application form (fill it out online)
  • Digital copy of CV (submit it through the form)
  • Digital copy of Passport (submit it through the form)
  • Short Video (submit it through the form)

For more Information:

Visit the official webpage of Youth Capacity Building Workshop

Application Deadline:16 June 2019

The M100 Young European Journalists Workshop

The M100 Young European Journalists Workshop is part of the renowned annual international media conference M100 Sanssouci Colloquium. The workshop addresses a young generation of journalists and editors between the ages of 18 of 26 from Europe, the countries of the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova), and Russia. In addition to the cultivation of practical and theoretical knowledge relating to journalistic work, the workshop also seeks to generate professional contacts and long-term ties among participants. It is often the first opportunity for our fifteen journalists from the countries of the Eastern Partnership to visit a Western European country. At the same time, the ten European journalists have often not known yet journalists from countries with limited freedom of speech. This fruitful exchange is an important factor, as it presents a once-in-a-lifetime chance to learn about the different conditions under which their fellow journalists from different political and social systems live and work. Close ties among the M100 alumni is maintained. Even several years later, most participants are still in contact on social media or meet in M100 alumni meetings. Some of the M100 alumni now work for successful independent European media, such as De Correspondent in the Netherlands or Hromadske.TV in Ukraine. Others have founded their own media organisations, such as the investigative network Correctiv or the international reporting platform Outriders.The workshop will be held in English. Costs for meals, accommodation and travel will be covered.

opic 2019: “Reading in the Digital Age – Innovative Journalism”

The media industry around the world has gone through a period of unprecedented change and the debate on the future of print is hardly a novel idea. Digital developments have brought a new dimension to news content and delivery: from chat apps, data journalism to automation or VR journalism. The text-based model may have worked successfully for years in print, but digital journalism requires a new language and new ways of constructing narratives. At the same time, a strong emphasis on technology, distribution channels, the platforms, and their algorithms, might be at the expense of content and journalism’s core mission of transferring verifiable information. And as digital transformation enables internet users to have unlimited and quick access to information, journalism has lost its credibility and people are increasingly challenged to differentiate true information from misinformation or disinformation. The workshop “Reading in the Digital World – Innovation Journalism” aims to deal with different concepts of digital transformation within media organizations and to discuss the role of print in the digital news world. As technological developments pose new risks, limits of innovative and digital journalism will be discussed as well.

The M100YEJ workshop enables international and interdisciplinary networking of the participants from different European countries and therefore provides the unique possibility to initiate own cross-border media projects. To this end, the young journalists will have the opportunity to present their projects to potential funders that could serve as financing partners or provide feedback. At the end of the workshop the young journalists will attend the international media conference M100 Sanssouci Colloquium in Potsdam, uniting Europe’s top editors, commentators and media owners alongside key public figures to assess the role and impact of the media in international affairs and to promote democracy and freedom of the press.

Conditions of participation:

Young journalists between 18 and 26 years from Europe, the countries of the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) and Russia can apply by submitting their applications in English. The application form includes a project proposal, a CV and a letter of motivation. Only applications in English are taken into consideration. Please consider you will continue to work on the project you will present in your application. Selected participants will be invited to a Skype interview.

For more information:

Visit the official website of M100 Young European Journalists Workshop

Application Deadline:  December 2019

For the ninth year straight, Forbes is looking for the best and boldest young leaders, creators and thinkers to join our dynamic Under 30 community. Founders, funders, philanthropists, foodies, filmmakers, fashionistas—they’re all here. It’s an impressive club. Last year’s honorees featured musicians like Billie Eilish and Camila Cabello streaming their way to sellout shows, and actors like Timothee Chalamet and Rachel Brosnahan transforming risky roles into Hollywood stardom. Past honorees also include Spotify’s Daniel Ek, Away’s Steph Korey & Jen Rubio, Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, Glossier’s Emily Weiss and Instagram’s Kevin Systrom. With an acceptance rate below 5%, competition is intense.

And the most important part of the list? Your nominations. Every year we sift through tens of thousands of nominations. They serve as the jumping off point for the over 50 reporters that work on this list every year. Think you or someone you know should join the ranks of the Forbes Under 30? Please complete this online nomination form for our 2020 U.S./Canada and Europe lists.


  • The selected candidates will get the opportunity to meet past, present and future honorees (along with world-class mentors) by attending the summits which will take place in Hong Kong and Detroit this time.


  • The nominee must be 29 or younger on December 31, 2019 (Born in 1990 or later).
  • Must fall under the categories of the respective regions listed in the description above

Forbes Media creates three 30 Under 30 Lists (U.S./Canada, Asia and Europe). Additionally, They are currently opening nominations for both our U.S./Canada and Europe Lists. Please nominate your candidate for the region in which they are the most prominent. This could be based on the region of incorporation, the majority of sales, residence, etc. Citizenship is not a requirement. Apart from U.S./Canada and Europe, Forbs is also organizing Forbes 30 Under 30 Global Women’s Summit 2019 is to be held in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Furthermore, Fill out the form to the best of your ability. Your nomination will get their foot in the door to make sure the information is accurate and highlights why they should be on the list. If they like your nominee, Their editors will do their own research into the candidate to confirm all information and will be in touch with you if they require more from the information.

For more information:

Visit the official webpage of Forbes under30

Application Deadline: midday on Friday 7th June 2019.

St Cross College is pleased to offer 6 Worldwide Scholarships for the academic year 2019-2020 for applicants who are normally resident in one of the six continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, and Oceania) with one Scholarship being awarded per gathered field of applicants from that continent. Host Institution(s):University of Oxford, United KingdomLevel/Field(s) of study: One-year Master’s (MSc/MST) course at the University of OxfordNumber of Awards:6Target group:Students from one of the six continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania) who is unable to secure full funding from elsewhere

In order to apply for this scholarship, applicants must:

  • •  be of outstanding academic ability;
  • •  have submitted a successful application for a one-year Master’s (MSc/MSt) course to the University of Oxford;
  • •  have received and accepted a provisional place at St Cross College (preference may be given to applicants who select St Cross as their first choice college);
  • •  show proof of their ability to meet remaining expenses (i.e. minus £10,000) by the application deadline;
  • •  take up their place in October 2019.

For more information:

Please visit the official website of Cross Worldwide

Application Deadline: 15 May 2019 (18:00 Brussels time)

i-Portunus is a project, selected and funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, to trial a mobility scheme for artists and culture professionals. It is managed by a consortium headed by the Goethe-Institut with Institut français, Izolyatsia and Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts.

Between April and September 2019, i-Portunus will issue three Calls for Applications, providing support for 350-500 short-term (15-85 days), international mobilities of artists active in the fields of the performing or visual arts and residing in a Creative Europe country (see list opposite). The destination of the mobility must be a Creative Europe country. These mobilities must have a specific and well-defined objective, such as to develop an international collaboration, to engage in a production-oriented residency or in professional development, to present work in another country or to develop projects with local communities in the destination country.

Application requirements

This Call for Applications is for artists and culture professionals aged 18+, active in the fields of performing arts and visual arts, of all educational qualifications and levels of experience, legally residing in a Creative Europe country.

  • Applications must be submitted in English, using the on-line i-Portunus application form, by the deadline, as indicated in the Call for Applications.
  • Applications must include all of the information requested in the application form.
  • Applicants must be artists or culture professionals active in the fields of the visual or performing arts, at least 18 years old, and legal residents of a Creative Europe country.
  • The destination of mobility must be a Creative Europe country.
  • The departure date must be on or after 15 June 2019; the return date on or before 31 December 2019. The total length of mobility must be between 15 and 85 days (including travel days).
  • The Applicant has not previously received i-Portunus mobility support.

Failure to comply with these requirements will lead to the rejection of your application

FOr more information
Visit the official webpage of i-Portunus

Application Deadline: 16 May 2019 

20,000 additional travel passes available for 18-year-olds to experience Europe

The European Commission launched today a new call for applications for DiscoverEU travel passes. All 18-year-olds in the EU have until 16 May 2019 to apply, giving them the opportunity to discover Europe between 1 August 2019 and 31 January 2020.

This new application round follows a very successful first year for the initiative that enables young people to explore Europe’s cultural diversity and shared values. For this second year of DiscoverEU, the European Commission is focusing on enhancing the learning dimension of the project. Participants will be provided with information and travel tips about what to visit in Europe. Those interested can also receive a travel journal for them to record and reflect on their experiences, and will have the possibility to participate in organised community-building events during their trips.

In parallel, the Commission is working to make DiscoverEU more inclusive and more accessible to all by making the application system even easier to use, providing tips for budget-friendly travelling and by accommodating, as far as possible, the needs of young people with disabilities so that they are able to travel.

Applicants must have been born between 2 July 2000 (included) and 1 July 2001 (included) and be prepared to travel between 1 August 2019 and 31 January 2020 for a maximum period of 30 days. Those interested in taking part can apply via the European Youth Portal. An evaluation committee will assess the applications and select the winners. Applicants will be notified of the selection results in June 2019.

Successful applicants will be able to travel individually or in a group of up to five people. As a general rule, they will travel by rail. However, to ensure wide access across the continent, participants can also use alternative modes of transport, such as buses or ferries or, exceptionally, planes. This will ensure that young people living in remote areas or on islands part of the EU will also have a chance to take part.

For more information:

Visit the official webpage of DiscoverEU

Application Deadline: May 16th!

Reflecting Europe” Media project. This research and documentation project focuses on current European issues and on 1989 as a “transformation year” by creating a space for reflection and finding solutions through the cooperation of activists, media representatives and NGOs from Russia and EU countries. 

The project is implemented by the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum in cooperation with Arkhangelsk Centre of Social Technologies “Garant” and funded by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany.

For more information :

Visit the official webpage of Reflecting Europe

Application Deadline: May 30, 2019  

Master and PhD Scholarships from Italy  Government is the best opportunity for Students, who have completed their bachelor’s degree recently. Applications for Master and PhD Scholarships in Italy are opened now. Scholarships from Italy Government are now receiving applications for fully funded programs. This scholarship is for International students those who want to continue their Masters and Ph.D. studies. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Italy is going to give the grant to the selected candidates in the order they can earn their degree of Masters or Ph.D.

All other citizens can apply in this scholarship except the citizens of Italy. Italian Government started this scholarship so that the students those are excellent in studies can pursue their studies, research in Italian Higher Education Institutes.

Eligibility Criteria for Master and PhD Scholarships 2019-2020:
Age: For Masters: Not more than 28 Years.

For Ph.D. students Not more than 30 Years and Research students Not more than 40 Years.
Only International students can apply.
You have to submit the certificate of proficiency in the Italian Language with a minimum level of B2.
You can also submit the certificate of English language with a minimum level of B2.

For more information and registration

Visit the official web page of Italy Scholarships

Application Deadline: 23 May 11.59pm

The Faculty of Spatial Sciences at the University of Groningen (RUG) is looking for 2 PhD Scholarship candidates. The Faculty of Spatial Sciences consists of approximately 100 members of staff, 100 PhD students and around 1000 undergraduate students. We focus on high quality teaching and research in the fields of social and economic geography, demography, and spatial planning. With a single collective research theme of ‘towards Wellbeing, Innovation and Spatial Transformation’ (tWIST), it is our mission to produce research, which is world-leading, distinctive, and policy-relevant. With two Bachelor and eight Master programmes, we provide a wide range of courses within the fields of geography and spatial sciences.

Scholarship opportunities

We offer 2 fully-funded PhD at the Faculty of Spatial Sciences, starting on 1 September 2019.

The award of a PhD scholarship will be based on the quality of your PhD research proposal and your qualities as a researcher. The proposed PhD research topic must both fit within, and explicitly contribute to, the Faculty Research Programme tWIST – towards Wellbeing, Innovation and Spatial Transformation. Both the fit and the contribution will be an explicit consideration in the evaluation of the PhD proposal. Whether you have been able to secure the commitment of a tWIST professor to work with you as a supervisor is also part of the evaluation.

The two years of a Research Master are regarded as a preparation for the PhD trajectory, and your Research Master work ideally provides a smooth start into the PhD trajectory so that the PhD thesis can be completed in three years. It is therefore mandatory that you build on previous work in your research proposal. For excellent Master students, it is also preferred that they build on previous work. Especially previously written work that can be included in the thesis or be used as a first draft of a chapter, such as a scientific paper or a master thesis, will be considered as a big plus.

We offer scholarships for excellent students for a period of 3 (or 4) years. Scholarships are available for Research Master students (for 3 years), or excellent other Master students (for 3 or 4 years). We offer coaching and ensure progress and results are assessed to ensure a smooth process to ensure timely completion of your PhD thesis. You will participate in the Faculty’s FSS training program for PhD students as part of your personal training and supervision plan. Part of the training consists of following the Career Perspectives curriculum, which aims to prepare you for your (academic or non-academic) careers after your PhD trajectory.


In order to apply for the fully-funded PhD scholarship you should have the following qualifications:

  • a (Research) Master degree in Cultural or Economic Geography, Real Estate, Planning, Demography, or a related social-science discipline
  • excellent study results
  • good writing skills and fluency in English; preferably experience in academic writing
  • interdisciplinary affinity with social sciences and a keen interest in topics related to the Faculty’s research program
  • strong conceptual thinking with the desire and capacity to relate theoretical topics to practical challenges and solutions
  • strong motivation, good communicative skills, proactive and independent work attitude
  • strong planning skills, good in organizing its own work and related activities
  • a great drive and enthusiasm; being passionate.

We warmly invite you to apply if you are interested and have completed your Master degree before 1 September 2019.


You enroll in the PhD Scholarship Programme and receive a scholarship of € 2,120 per month (gross) from the University of Groningen. More information about the PhD Scholarship Programme can be found online:…)holarship-programme/

For more Information:

Visit the official web page of the Population Europe

Application Deadline: 19 May,2019

The aims of United Nations Youth Delegate Programme Ireland are:

  • To provide a platform for young people from Ireland to be represented at the United Nations;
  • To directly involve young people from Ireland in the international diplomacy and foreign policy and decision-making agenda;
  • To hear and include the voice of young people on development, human rights, and global citizenship issues at local, national, and international levels;
  • To promote development and youth policies among young people in Ireland;
  • To familiarise young people in Ireland with global development issues, the Sustainable Development Goals, and opportunities for action;
  • To support global citizenship activities and development initiatives in Ireland.

This Programme will support young people to be agents of change, and to foster active global citizenship through engagement with the UN, contributing to building a world of justice, equity, peace, and dignity.

The National Youth Council of Ireland, together with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, are delighted to announce the call for applications for the United Nations Youth Delegate Programme for Ireland 2019 – 2020 which will support two young people aged between 18-25 years to join Ireland’s delegation to the United Nations in New York in September/October 2019 and January/March 2020 (Dates TBC).

Please send your application form by May 19th 2019  – 5pm


E-mail subject: UN Youth Delegate Application 2019 – (Your name)

For more information:

Visit the official webpage of UN YOUTH DELEGATE 

Application Deadline: 3rd May 2019

Job description

Europa Media, part of EMG Group Plc., is seeking a diligent, innovative, creative and open-minded intern for its Horizon 2020 project MY-GATEWAY as well as the newly-established Startup Europe Central and Eastern Europe Network and the Startup Europe Western Balkans Network. The ideal candidate will be keen on learning more about the startup world and being involved in the preparation of new project proposals on startups, entrepreneurship, scaleups, open innovation and industrial clusters.

MY-GATEWAY is an initiative developed by experts in the European entrepreneurship ecosystem and aims to improve the startup ecosystems in the CEE region (Romania, Slovenia and the Czech Republic).

The Startup Europe Central and Eastern Europe Network and the Startup Europe Western Balkans Network aim to create long-lasting connections between startup ecosystem builders active in the regions, foster entrepreneurial culture and guide the target ecosystems towards success.

The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the MY-GATEWAY team and will provide support on a daily basis in the implementation of the project. Day-to-day tasks will include conducting research, organizing events, bringing a delegation of startups to major tech events, working together with other startup support initiatives, and assisting in communication and dissemination. Additionally, the intern will actively support startup related activities and proposals within the company. 

What will your duties be?

  • Assist in the development and promotion of MY-GATEWAY’s communication and publicity activities.
  • Assist in the organisation of project meetings, events and training sessions.
  • Support the project manager in the preparation of project reports and deliverables.
  • Participate in project meetings and draft meeting minutes.
  • Actively participate in the preparation of project proposals and future activities.
  • Assist in the preparation of technical and financial reports.

Moreover, within the framework of the Networks, inters will be required to:

  • Assist the further extension of the Networks (dissemination and communication activities, launching calls for new members, internal communication);
  • Conduct research and contribute to policy recommendations.

Profile of the candidate:

  • Relevant university degree, preferably in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Business Studies, International Development, International Relations, Political Sciences.
  • Strong knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation. Previous experience in these fields is an asset. 
  • Experience in developing and/or implementing EU funded projects is an asset.
  • Knowledge in the CEE and WB startup ecosystems is an asset.
  • Excellent proficiency in oral and written English. Knowledge of any language from the CEE (Hungarian, Czech, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian) or the WB (Albanian, Serbian, Montenegrin, Bosnian, Macedonian) regions is highly encouraged.
  • Strong computer skills and knowledge in Microsoft Office suite applications.
  • Well organized, with the ability to multitask.
  • Good interpersonal and intercultural skills.
  • Proactive and responsive with the ability to quickly understand tasks and situations.

This internship is a full-time position located in Graphisoft Park in Budapest, Hungary. The duration of the internship is 6 months with the possibility to turn into a permanent position.

Our internship offers students the opportunity to work in an exciting field and in the dynamic environment of EU projects as well as develop substantial professional and management skills that will serve the selected candidate throughout his/her career.

Interns receive compensation for their work.

To apply, please send your CV and letter of motivation to by 3rd May 2019, mentioning your last name and vacancy reference in the subject line.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.  

Preferred starting date: beginning of June 2019

For more Information

Visit the official Webpage of Europa Media

Application Deadline: Monday 20th May at 9am.

To ensure that every child, regardless of background, is able to find their voice for success in school and life, it is our ambition that every school should have an Oracy Leader and that all teachers should have access to high-quality oracy professional development.

As an Oracy Leader you will: 

  • Engage critically with the researchsurrounding good practice in oracy, applying this in your own setting to support the learning outcomes of your students.
  • Evaluate current oracy provision in your school through observation and analysis, then use these findings to develop a whole-school action plan.
  • Undertake an Impact Project to identify and develop best practice in your classroom and beyond.
  • Lead in-house oracy CPD and staff development to embed oracy across your whole school.
  • Join a wider network of educational leaders working at the forefront of a movement to raise the status of oracy in schools across the UK

This Programme is for you if: 

  • You are passionate about oracy and the difference it could make to pupils across your school.
  • You have already embedded oracy in your own classroom. Now you’re ready to lead this innovative pedagogy across your whole school.
  • Your school has identified oracy as priorityand will support you to lead at a whole-school level.
  • You are an ambassador for oracy, ready to influence the national education debate.

Our year long Oracy Leaders Programme supports participants to become specialists in oracy, equipped with the knowledge and skills to lead this innovative pedagogy across their school.


Applications for our National Oracy Leaders Programme 2019 – 2020 have now opened! 

If selected as a participant on the Oracy Leaders Programme, you will critically engage with the research surrounding oracy, developing an understanding of what this looks like in practice in order to strengthen your own and others’ classroom practice. You will also explore what it means to value oracy across a whole-school, becoming familiar with theories of whole-school change to ensure you are able to make a sustained and long-lasting impact.

For More Information:

Visit the official webpage of Oracy Leaders Programme

Application Deadline: 17 May 

Thomson Reuters Foundation, in partnership with the European Forum Alpbach and with the support of the National Endowment for Democracy, will run a reporting workshop for ten journalists from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) EU member states at the European Forum Alpbach from the 22nd-27th August. During the programme, participants will be able to examine the relationship between ‘Liberty and Security’ together with a host of experts from the worlds of business, politics, culture and civil society.

The European Forum Alpbach is an interdisciplinary platform for science, politics, business, and culture. Established in 1945, the annual European Forum Alpbach addresses the relevant socio-political questions of our time. This year, its general theme is “Liberty and Security”.


In order to participate, you will need to…
•    Be a professional journalist from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Possible countries are: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia.
•    Have a strong interest as well as professional focus on the topics democracy, politics and law.
•    Be active in working in any of those media: print, radio, TV, or online.
•    Have a minimum of one year’s experience in the profession.
•    Be either working full-time for a media organisation, or be a freelancer whose main work is journalism.
•    Commit to writing at least one article that will be published in your media (regional, national language).



We will cover your travel costs (up to EURO 300 per Person), accommodation costs from August 22-27 and the participation fee at the Political and Legal Symposium.


When applying you will be asked to upload the following documents – please have these ready:
•    Your CV and a short motivational statement (up to 1000 characters including spaces).
•    2 work samples (maximum file size 5 MB). Your work should demonstrate that you are actively concerned with topics relating to democracy, politics, and law.
•    A letter from your editor consenting to your participation in the programme and committing to publish/broadcast at least one story.
•    In the case of freelancers, your application should be accompanied by a letter from a media house that publishes your work and expresses interest in publishing or broadcasting a piece from the Forum.

For more Information:

Visit the official webpage of Thomson Reuters Foundation

Application Deadline: 1st May, 2019,

The Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe believes that European diversity can best be understood by experiencing it. Our travel grants seek to enable young Europeans to explore and discover their continent while tackling current political or social questions. By traveling, grantees become ambassadors for a united Europe.

Applications for the travel grants programme 2019 are now open! Please apply until May 1st 11:59 pm (CET). Before filling out your application form, please do read the conditions below and then fill out the following form: Travel grants 2019

Who can apply?
We explicitly want to sponsor young Europeans, who so far have not traveled abroad only for a short period of time. Applications by young people with a migration history, those living in rural areas, those attending a vocational school, and those with a non-university track are explicitly welcomed. Most of our travel grants also require to be between the ages of 18 and 27 and to live in one of the member states of the EU, Russia or Turkey.

How can I apply?
You can apply by filling out the form on our Website. Before starting the form, decide which travel grant you want to apply for (you can only file one application). Read the terms and conditions of that travel grant carefully. Think about your research focus on the bigger topic of the travel grant in mind. Also, prepare ideas regarding the documentation of your research – will you use photos, videos, regular blog posts, or a written report to summarize and analyze your findings?

The Schwarzkopf Foundation supports selected travelers to further develop their ideas and research project. However, you should really give this part of the application some thought, as it is most relevant in the selection process.

For More Information:

Visit the official webpage of Schwarzkopf Stiftung Travel Grants

Application Deadline: 31st Oct 2019

600 Scholarships will be provided in All-Academic Disciplines in all the Fields & Major for their Masters/MPhil and Ph.D. scholarships Australia Degree. The University of Melbourne is a Highly aid Fully Funded Scholarship in Australia. The Scholarship in Australia is open to All the International & National Students with Any Nationality.

University of Melbourne Scholarships will provide scholarships to study in Australia for free to all the students. The no of Scholarships will be 600.

  • Full Tuition Fee offset for up to two years for students undertaking a Masters by Research degree.
  • Four Years for students undertaking a Doctoral Degree.
  • Living Allowance of $30,600 per year pro rata (2019 full-time study rate) for up to two years for students undertaking a Masters by Research degree or up to 3.5 years for students undertaking a doctoral degree.
  • The living allowance may be indexed annually and includes limited paid sick maternity and parenting leave.
  • Relocation grant of $2000 for students moving from States or Territories other than Victoria or $3000 for students moving from outside Australia.
  • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) Single Membership for international students who require a student visa to study in Australia.

Eligibility Criteria & Study in Australia Requirements

  • Have applied for and meet the entry requirements for a graduate research degree at the University of Melbourne, or be currently enrolled in a graduate research degree at the University of Melbourne.
  • More Details These scholarships Criteria are subject to the Graduate Research Scholarships Terms & Conditions(as amended).
  • All international & National Students are elgible

For More Information:

Visit the official webpage of

Application Deadline: 26 April,2019

Join Climate Reality’s “Stop Fossil Fuels!” multimedia competition and win a fully funded fellowship to the June climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany! They are looking for young journalists from around the world who want to make a big impact in their countries by publishing about stopping fossil fuel projects in their own countries.


  1. Write an article about stopping new fossil fuel projects before April 26th, 2019. It has to include some multimedia aspect, such as sound, video or photography.
  2. Publish your article. You have to find a news site, blog, newspaper, magazine, etc. Willing to publish your article. It can be at a national, regional, local or international level. Aim for the one with best outreach across the region.
  3. Submit your article link to our platform.

Climate Tracker will revise the articles submitted through the app, give you feedback and tips, and select the best writers. The 3 best writers will get a fully funded fellowship to Bonn, Germany for the UNFCCC meeting.

For More Information:

visit the official webpage of Climate Trackers

Application Deadline: 30th April 2019

With a view to promoting human resource capacities in the developing countries and to enhancing international understanding and friendship among nations and the people of Poland, the Polish National Commission for UNESCO and the UNESCO Chair for Science, Technology and Engineering Education at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow have placed at the disposal of certain Member States (see Annex I) twenty (20) fellowships of six (6) months duration each, in Poland, starting on 1 October 2019. The beneficiaries of these fellowships will be given the opportunity to undertake an individual research programme in the field of Science, Technology and Engineering.

Facilities offered by UNESCO

(i) International travel expenses: (by the most direct, economical route) from the beneficiary’s country to and from Poland will be covered by UNESCO under its Regular Programme Budget.

(ii) Health insurance for fellowship beneficiaries who are declared medically fit: UNESCO fellowship holders may be covered by a health insurance policy, taken out by the Organization for the duration of the fellowship. The costs of this health insurance is subscribed to and covered by UNESCO on behalf of awarded fellows.

Application Procedure

Candidatures should be submitted by the invited Member State. Original applications in duplicate must be channelled through the National Commission for UNESCO of the candidate’s country and communicated to Mr Stoyan Bantchev, Chief, Participation programme and Fellowships Section, by 30 April 2019 at the latest (GMT +01:00)  to UNESCO mailing address. An advance copy of the application should be sent by e-mail unesco4(at) and d.bianchi(at) Applications should have imperatively the following attachments in DUPLICATE:

(i)  UNESCO fellowships application forms, including medical certificate, ALL four (4) pages duly completed in English using capital letter (illegible documents will be eliminated from the procedure, hand writing form must include capital letter only);

(ii) Two photographs attached to the applications (4×6 cm);

(iii) Certified copies (in English) of Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree/ PhD obtained; and,

(iv) UNESCO certificate of language knowledge, duly completed by a relevant authority, if the mother tongue of the candidate is not English.

(v) Two letters of recommendation from someone related to the candidate’s work, as well confirming the candidate’s qualifications.

(vi) The endorsed candidates should register themselves to the Fellowship e-registration system available on the page: .

For More Information:

Visit the official webpage of UNESCO/ Poland Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme

Application Deadline: April 15 2019

Each year The Youth Global Forum brings together over 100 young talented innovators and leaders from all around the world to discuss the most prevalent issues facing Youth today. This time participants will discuss, dissect and learn about one of the most intriguing topics we are currently facing: ‘’At the Crossroads: Industry 5.0 vs Inclusive Development: Where is the future’’?

We are rapidly moving towards a future where machines and technology are beginning to dominate the workplace but how do we deal with this challenge? It seems that whether it be Education, Security, Business or Manufacturing, no aspect of society will be exempt from the continued integration of man and machine. Hence, it’s important to understand how this next Industrial revolution will apply to us so that we can ensure future development is both equal and inclusive for all of us.


Fully and partially funded reporting fellowships will be offered for media people to take part in the event.

  • Fully Funded Fellowships will Cover Airfare Travel to and from Amsterdam, Accommodation, Meals, Program including Informal activities & Transportation during the event.
  • Partially Funded Fellowships will Cover Accommodation, Meals, Program including Informal activities & Transportation during the event. Partially funded fellowships will not include reimbursement for travel to Amsterdam.


  • The International Youth Conference is Open to All the participants from all over the world.
  • Storytellers, bloggers/vloggers, digital media activists, online freelance reporters and anyone who works as a journalist in the media industry from around the world.
  • Everyone who is applying must accept a commitment to produce at least two media pieces both before and after the forum. They must also possess fluent English communication skills, both written and verbal.

For more Information:

Visit the official website of Youth Global Forum

Application Deadline:  September 15.

Annually, the Canon Foundation in Europe grants up to 15 fully funded Fellowships to highly qualified European and Japanese researchers. European Fellows should pursue a period of research in Japan whereas Japanese Fellows should do their research in Europe.

Canon Foundation Fellowships are fully funded for a minimum period of three months up to a maximum of one year. Further, the Canon foundation supports all fields of research. There are no limitations or restrictions. Applicants do not have to be currently enrolled or employed at the time of applying. Members of commercial, industrial, governmental or professional organizations may also submit the applications.

Application procedure for Fellowships

It is important to note that the foundation doesn’t enter any correspondence takes a decision on any individual application in view of a large number of applicants. Further, applicants should draw no negative inference from the failure of a candidate to secure a Fellowship.

The Canon Foundation gives priority for its fully funded fellowships to those who plan to travel to Europe or Japan rather than prolong a current stay.

Applications should be made through the online application form.

  • Your research plan including an estimate of total costs(maximum 1 A4 sheet-2 sides)*
  • a confirmation from your host institute assuring the provision of a research or work facilities for your research
  • 2 reference letters from 2 persons who are in a position to comment on your academic or professional qualifications and on your previous work. The 2 referees can be different from the ones on your CV.
  • Your Curriculum Vitae*
  • Your highest academic degree or professional qualification obtained*
  • 1 passport size photograph of yourself*
  • A list of your academic publications or professional achievements in chronological order containing information on all authors, place and year of publication and page references.

For more information:

Visit the official web page of Canon foundation in Europe

Application Deadline: May 26, 2019

Scottish Government and Scottish Higher Education Institutions are offering Saltire Scholarships for International Students. The scheme offers up to 50 awards towards tuition fees for any one year of full-time study on a postgraduate Masters programme at any of Scotland’s higher education institutions.

he Scottish Government is the devolved government for Scotland and has a range of responsibilities that include: the economy, education, health, justice, rural affairs, housing, environment, equal opportunities, consumer advocacy and advice, transport and taxation.

Why should apply for this program? Students will able to access new opportunities, new thinking and enjoy a great work-life balance.

The scholarships are designed to support the promotion of Scotland as an excellent destination for academic learning and are targeted at the priority sectors of ScienceTechnology, Creative industries, Healthcare, and medical sciences, Renewable and clean energy.

For More Information:

Visit the official Webpage of Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships

Application Deadline: May 1, 2019

Earth Island Institute established The Brower Youth Award for Environmental Leadership in 2000 to honor renowned environmental advocate David Brower, who was quoted as saying “I love to see what young people can do, before someone old tells them it’s impossible.” It is with this spirit that we recognize the outstanding leadership efforts of young people who are working for the protection of our shared planet.


Youth environmental change leaders ages 13 to 22 (as of May 1, 2019) living in North America (including Mexico, Canada, some Caribbean Islands) and US “Territories” are encouraged to applyOur application deadline for submission is Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at 8:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.

Award Details

Each of the six recipients of the Brower Youth Awards will receive a $3,000 cash prize, a professionally produced short film about their work from an Emmy award winning film crew, and flight and lodging accommodations for a week long trip to the San Francisco Bay Area.

During their stay in California, the recipients will participate in a coaching, visioning, leadership activities, speaking and media engagements. We invest in their continued success by providing ongoing access to resources, mentors, and opportunities to develop leadership skills. The week of activities culminates in the awards ceremony in front of more than 800 guests in San Francisco on October 15, 2019.

For more Information:

Visit the official Webpage of the Brower Youth Awards

Application Deadline: 21 July 2019

The AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors program furthers women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by empowering current innovators and inspiring the next generation of pioneers.

The AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors program brings together 100 women from a variety of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers to serve as high-profile role models for middle school girls. STEM professionals use their skills in many fields – including research and development, sports and recreation, finance, fashion, gaming, engineering and manufacturing, entertainment, healthcare, retail, music, and more. The AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors program highlights women in STEM who are contributing in all these fields, showing girls the different career pathways they can pursue and how STEM impacts their lives every day. AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors will gather for in-person summits, create personal press kits that highlight their stories and take their outreach to the next level, be featured in original entertainment and media content, and engage with middle school girls in formal and informal educational spaces.

For more information about the program click here. To check eligibility click here. For a list of required materials click here.

Application Deadline: 10th April midnight CET

Enter our Youth Week video contest, tell us how you participate in democracy and win an exclusive opportunity to attend an EU event in Brussels! We’ll select 30 winners and cover their travel and accommodation for the 29th April – 1st May.

In a 60-second face cam video (you can do it with your smartphone) introduce yourself and tell us how you take part in democracy, it can be your active engagement in your community, school, university, village, town, etc. Video should be done in English.

This video contest is open to all 18-30 years old residing in one of the Erasmus+ programme countries: EU countries or Turkey, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia and Serbia.

Contest closes on the 10thApril midnight CET.

Upload your video, its short description and enter your details here.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of European Youth Portal 

Application Deadline: 25 June 2019, 0:00 CET.

The Green Alley Award is the award for startups and entrepreneurs in the circular economy.

This annual European prize was created in 2014 by Landbell Group, the leading supplier of global environmental services, along with Germany’s crowdfunding pioneer, Seedmatch. Over time, more partners have joined – Bethnal Green Ventures, a UK accelerator programme for startups using tech for good, and R2Pi, an EU Horizon 2020 project on circular economy business models.
Together, we nurture and promote promising business ideas that use new services, products and technologies to turn waste into a resource.

Who can Apply

Startups based in Europe who want to tackle the global waste challenge using:

Digital circular economy solutions
Recycling solutions
Ideas for waste prevention

How to Apply

You are just two steps away from sending us your application:

Fill out our application form
Upload your customized pitch deck

Please follow our guidelines
to give your application the
best chance of success!

For more information :

Visit the official Webpage of the Green Alley

Summer Internships are now open

Application Deadline: 22 April

Make your summer count.

Penguin Random House is the UK’s largest publisher, and we have 9 internships that will run from 8th July – 30th August 2019, paid at London Living Wage and based at one of our three London offices.

Whether you’re interested in Editorial, Marketing, Sales or Design, you’ll gain skills and knowledge that will equip you for wherever you go next.

You’ll be part of a team, attending key department meetings to get a better sense of what they do and how they work with other teams too. You’ll take charge of a project with the support of the team, so there is the chance to make a real impact on how we do things.

Intrigued yet? We’ve got more information on the possible projects you could be working on below and each offers a real opportunity to learn how our different divisions work and gain useful insights in to the day to day of working in Publishing.

This year, you’ll apply to one internship application and if successful you’ll advance to a Learning and Selection Day where we’ll talk about what a career in publishing entails and find the best intern for each project, based on your skills and interests.

What are we looking for?

If you can grow and adapt in new situations, that’s what matters to us. You don’t need a degree or knowledge of publishing to apply and succeed.

The key things we’ll be looking for throughout your application will be:

Attention to detail

You’ll have a forensic eye for detail, working with care and being able to spot and fix any errors you come across.


This involves everything from being able to write clear and engaging emails and reports to being comfortable talking to a range of people, whether that’s senior team members, industry contacts or members of the public.


You’re always looking outward and are keen to learn. You enjoy exploring and researching ideas and concepts.


You thrive on keeping things on track, whether for yourself or other people, taking a methodical approach to any task.

Able to take initiative 

You don’t sit and wait for opportunities to come to you; you make things happen


A genuine interest in what you’re doing and approaching it with a great attitude. Your passion for ideas and stories shines through in your work.

What else do you need to know?

  • 22 April: applications close at 11:55pm
  • 7 May: find out if you’ll move to the next stage
  • 8-19 May: Get to know you HireVue videos
  • 25 May: Learning and Selection Day in Vauxhall Bridge Road offices
  • 8 July: First day

Our normal office hours are 9:30 – 5:30 but we’ll be operating under Summer Hours, which means redistributing our hours to have half days on Fridays.

For more information and details

Visit the official webpage of Penguin Random House UK

Application Deadline: April 14th at 23:59 GMT.



Are you a young leader from Latin America or the UK hoping to use science, policy and innovation to make a difference in the world? 

We are selecting 150 Future Leaders to take part in the Shaping Horizons Summit and Action Programme, in which they will engage with senior world leaders discuss, develop and deliver solutions to challenges faced by the two regions within the themes of Fourth Industrial Revolution, Social Challenges, Humans and Nature, and Our Shared Future.

All Future Leaders attend the Summit at the University of Cambridge for a registration fee of 150 GBP which covers accommodation and food during all organised events of the Summit. Future Leaders are expected to cover their travel to Cambridge themselves. However, in the case of financial need, a very limited amount of scholarships will be made available for a select number of delegates to waive the fee and/or cover flights. Succesful applicants are strongly encouraged to search for external sponsors and will be provided material for doing so.


As a Future Leader taking part in Shaping Horizons, you will helpcreate evidence-based policy reports for governments on issues covered at the summit. Furthermore, you will design and pitch a project within the themes of Shaping Horizons which can be implemented by young leaders in both regions under mentorship by Cambridge academics and Shaping Horizons partners. Finally, you will become a part of a bilateral network of leaders tackling some of the most pressing problems facing the UK and Latin America.

After the summit and as a part of the action programme, Future Leaders will continue to develop their projects and implement them upon the return to their home cities. The projects that prove traction are eligible to receive further mentorship and economic support if the Future Leaders involved wish to scale up their solution.


To be eligible to apply, you must 

  • be 18 years old at the time of applying and not yet have turned 33 on the first day of the summit 
  • have a strong connection to Latin America or the UK through citizenship and/or through significant residency in the region 
  • be a young leader in your field

The application form consists of a series of questions about why you should be considered a Future Leader, andwhat insights you have into the themes of Shaping Horizons. You will also be required to submit an up to 90 second video about how you see the connection between science, policy and innovation

For more information :

Visit the official webpage of SHAPING HORIZONS