on for 2002 international scholarship programs
La Salle University-Manila’s Office of the Vice President
for Academics and Research announces that Thailand, Belgium,
and Austria are now accepting applications for scholarship
programs this year.
Chulalongkorn University of Thailand is offering postgraduate
scholarship programs for students from ASEAN countries. The
scholarship for master’s degree programs will run from June
2002 to May 2004 and the doctoral degree programs, from June
2002 to May 2005.
scholarships are open only to regular faculty members who
will return to teach or work at their home universities after
graduation from Chulalongkorn University. The duly accomplished
application form and relevant documents should be submitted
on or before February 15 to the Office of International Affairs,
Chulalongkorn University, Phyathai Road, Pathumwan, Thailand,
through fax (662 216-1299) or email (email@example.com).
Interested applicants should coordinate with the National
Economic Development Authority (Special Committee on Scholarships),
the focal point of the Philippines for international scholarships.
Meanwhile, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Manila
also presents the International Scholarships Programme 2002-2003
of the Conseil Interuniversitaire de la Communaute Francaise
de Belgique (CIUF)-InterUniversity Council of the French-speaking
Universities of Belgium. The scholarships are awarded with
the support of the Secretary of State for Development Cooperation
of the Kingdom of Belgium.
The following training and postgraduate courses will be taught
in English: Master in Public Health Methodology, a one-year
course offering at the University Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
and Training Programme in Technology and Management Adapted
to Shipyards in Developing Countries, a three-month program
at the Universite de Liege (ULG).
The CIUF application form is also available at the CIUF, the
program supervisor, and on the CIUF website. Application The
celebration will also be an avenue for fun and camaraderie-building.
Community members will pit skills and agility as they get
into fun games during the first day at the PE and Sports Complex.
Basketball enthusiasts will also be treated to a tune-up game
between Shell and Alaska on January 23, 1-2:30 p.m. at the
PE and Sports Complex. Tickets are sold at P50 each, proceeds
of which will be donated to “For the Kids”, the annual special
Olympics held on campus.
Meanwhile, faculty members will showcase their performance
talents in a variety show called “Talents Unlimited” to be
held on January 24, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the William Shaw Theater.
The week will culminate in a concert featuring the Passage
Band and Parokya ni Edgar. The concert, titled “Moving Faith
in Music: DLSU @ 90,” is sponsored by the Engineering College
Assembly. Tickets are sold at P120 each.