|NUS EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FELLOWSHIP|
|UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA FELLOWSHIP|
|LEE FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP|
|SHAW FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP|
|AIR NEW ZEALAND FELLOWSHIP|
|CATHAY PACIFIC AIRWAYS FELLOWSHIP|
|DELTA AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP|
|GARUDA INDONESIA FELLOWSHIP|
|JAPAN AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP|
|MALAYSIA AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP|
|ROYAL BRUNEI FELLOWSHIP|
|SINGAPORE AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP|
|THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP|
|JACKSON MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP|
NUS EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FELLOWSHIP
On the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of ASAlHL, National
University of Singapore, Faculty of Busincss Administration, is offering two
fellowships forASAIHL member institution academics to attend any of the Executivc
Development Programs conducted during May 1999 at the National University of
Singapore campus. The programs are as follows:
1. General Management Program 2. Financial Management Program
The fellowship will cover tuition fees and free accommodation on campus for the duration of the Program. ASAIHL will also provide Fellowship recipients with a round-trip air ticket and a supplementary allowancc of US$ 50 per day for the period of the program. Further information regarding the program and for an application form please contact:
Chairman, Executive Development Program, Faculity of Business Administration
The National University of Singapore 10 Kent Ridge Crescent Singapore 116290
Tel : (65) 772 3002 Fax : (65) 8720041
UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA
POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
The Malaysian Gruduate School of Management Foundation
was founded in 1997, to foster
the development of post-graduate education and training in the field of business management.
Its mission is also to promote the development of management excellence in Asia Pacific, through teaching research, and providing professional services to corporations.
The Foundation invites qualified Malaysian nationals to apply for scholarships to pursue the MBA, MS or Ph.D for the 2000 academic sessions.
This scholarship offer is only applicable for post-graduate studies at the Malaysian Graduate School for Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR PH.D. DEGREE
UPM invites citizens below 35 years from ASAIHL countries to undertake research
leading to a Ph.D degree in UPM.
Possess a Master or Bachelor degree with good Honors in relevant field of study.
Provide evidence of research competence in the relevant field
The grant is for 3 years.
Monthly living allowance of RM 2,300 (US$I=RM3.80).
Exempted from tuition and examination fees.
For further enquiries and application, please contact:
Dean, Graduate School, 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel: +603 948 6101 ext. 1013 Fax: +60-3-943 2509 E-mail: email@example.com
LEE FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
In the Fellowship program, a distinguished Scholar in Institution
X in country A is expected to visit either one or two member institutions, say
Y and/or Z, in country B. A minimum stay of two weeks in each receiving institution
is mandatory. Where only one institution is to be visited, the ASAHL Fellow
shall spend his total time there in. Before an application can be made to ASAHL,
agreement should have been reached between the sending institution X on the
one hand and the receiving institution (s) Y (and Z) on the other. Only one
receiving university say Y or Z, need apply, provided evidence is submitted
to show that an agreement has been reached.
Qualification of Fellows
Distinguished scholars who go on tour not be confined to professors only
Number of Visits
Visits must be made to at least one university on each tour
Period of Stay
At each university, a minimum stay of two weeks is mandatory.
Period of Tour
The maximum period of each tour will be six weeks. The minimum period will
normally be two weeks.
The Fellow will make the trip as service rendered to his university.
He will therefore automatically receive his regular salary.
ASAIHL will pay a supplementary living allowance of US$50 per day.
Return air-fare, economy class, will be provided by ASAIHL under the program.
Accommodation and Local Transportation
The receiving university will provide suitable accommodation and local transportation or, in lieu
there of,an equivalent allowance as determined by the receiving university.
The receiving university will provide a Fellow with medical care.
Arrangements for Visits
Arrangements for Fellows may be made on bilateral or trilateral basis. ASAIHL will organize a "clearing-house" service to suppy lists of names of persons with their specialized fields, who are available for visits. A receiving university will indicate ths contribution to learning and scholarship expected from the ASAIHL Fellow, and the language of instruction or the language which the Fellow will employ.
SHAW FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP
This program is to encourage an exchange of distinguished
scholars who will stay in receiving universities for a period of no less
than a term or a semester. An agreement must be reached with the receiving
university to the effect that it will take the distinguished scholar before
an application can be made to ASAIHL for the use of its financial contribution.
Only tbe receiving university need apply provided that evidence is submitted
to show that the sending university has agreed to release the person.
That prior agreement between the parties concerned should be reached is due partly to the fact that supply has to be matched with demand and partly to the fact that both the sending and receiving universities have certain obligations to fulfil.
The sending university will pay the person it releases his regular salary. For a scholar going to a university which operates a higher salary scale than his own, the receiving university will pay a topping-up allowance to make up for the difference between the salaries.
ASAIHL will pay a supplementary overseas allowance of US$ 500 per month regardless of location.
Housing and Local Transportation
The receiving university will provide suitable housing and local transportation or in lieu thereof, an equivalent allowance as determined by the seceiving university.
T'he receiving university will provide the visitor with medical care.
Period of Visit
The period of visit shall not be less than one term/semester.
return air-fare, economy class,will be provided by ASAIHL under the program.
AIR NEW ZEALAND FELLOWSHIP
The purpose of the Fellowship is to enable faculty members
to spend time as a visiting lecture at an ASAIHL member institution in New Zealand,
or for a faculty member from a New Zealand institution to visit ASAIHL member
institution in South East Asia for a similar period.
Applications for short term visits involving training programmes, seminars, or workshops will also be considered. However, preference will be given to proposals from ASAIHL members which have a formal exchange agreement.
The receiving institution involved will underwrite the costs of accommodation, local transportation, and medical coverage. Air New Zealand will donate two return economy air tickets each year. ASAIHL will provide a supplementary per diem of US$ 50 per day, for up to four weeks. Over four weeks, ASAIHL will provide a monthly allowance of US$ 500 per month.
CATHAY PACIFIC AIRWAYS FELLOWSHIP
The fellowship is to enable a visiting faculty member to
spend, preferably, a term or semester at an ASAIHL member institution in Hong
Kong. However, applications for short term lecture tours, institutional visits,
seminars, workshop, will also be considered.
The host institution will provide costs of room, board and local transportation while Cathay Pacific will provide a round trip ticket between Hong Kong and countries in Southeast Asia.
DELTA AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP
Data Airline set up a Fellowship to strengthen the links
between universities in the United States and Southeast Asia on the occasion
that the Robb Report and Industry Week named Delta "Best Airline" in serveys
rating the world's air carrier based on 40 different categories.
Faculty members and administrative staff will be able to apply for short-term lecture tours, institutional visits, and attending seminar or workshops in the United States or Southeast Asia, during the months of March, May, June, July, August, September and October.
GARUDA INDONESIA FELLOWSHIP
The Garuda Fellowship provides for visits of at least two
weeks by scholars from Indonesia to other ASAIHL member institution, or by faculty
or staff from member institutions in the region to Indonesian universities which
are ASAIHL members.
The expertise of candidates should be matched by the needs of the host institution. Housing, local transportation and medical care will be covered by the receiving institution. Garuda Indonesia will provide a round trip air ticket between Indonesia and the other ASAIHL institutions in the region.
JAPAN AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP
This Fellowship is restricted to Thai and Japanese ASAIHL
member institutions that have a formal exchange agreement. The host university
in Japan will provide room, board, and local transportation. Japan Airlines
will provide an executive round-trip ticket for Bangkok-Tokyo.
The Fellowship may involve a short-term lecture tour or institutional visits to strengthen university linkages. Applications for short-term training programs or seminar and workshops will also be considered.
MALAYSIA AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP
The MAS Fellowship provides opportunities for two visits
every year by distinguished scholars from Malaysia to ASAIHL member institutions
and from ASAIHL member institutions to visit Malaysia.
Preference will be given to programmes that have a formal exchange agreement between the host institution (s) and the institution to which the scholar has been invited. Short term proposals involving programmes, seminars or workshops will also be considered.
The visiting scholar will continue to receive his salary from his own institution. ASAIHL will provide a suitable overseas allowance.
MAS will provide a return air ticket between Malaysia and the country to which or from the Fellow will travel.
The host university will provide the visiting scholar with suitable accommodation. It will see to his local transportation needs and provide medical care required during the visit.
The QANTAS Fellowship provides opportunities for visits
to or from Australia by distinguished scholars from ASAIHL member institutions.
Applicants must provide evidence that agreement has been reached by their own
institutions and either one or two host institutions to which the scholar is
being invited. The Fellowship will be awarded through one host institution.
Candidates for Visiting Scholars
Candidates should not be limited to professors. Faculty or staff with demonstrated expertise in fields of mutual interest could also make fruitful exchanges.
Numbers and Length of Visists during the Fellowship period
The tenure of the Fellowship will be no more than. six weeks. The selected scholar must visit the campuses of one or both ASAIHL members who enter into the original agreement and stay a minumum of two weeks at each of the universities involved.
The Fellowship is conceived as a service, rendered by the guest scholar, for the benefit of his own university. Therefore, he will continue to receive his regular salary during the period of the Fellowship. QANTAS will provide the round trip economy class air fare, ASAIHL will pay a supplementary living allowance of US$ 50 per day.
Accommodation, Local Transportation, and Medical Care
The host institution (s) will provide the visiting scholar with suitable accommodation and will see to his local transportation needs and provide medical care required during the visit.
ROYAL BRUNEI FELLOWSHIP
The Royal Brunei Airlines will offer two economy return air tickets each year for both academic and administrative staff of ASAIHL member institutions to engage in collaborative studies or participate in seminars and training program. This fellowship program is to promote University linkages that may involve institution visit by university administrators or study tour by teaching staff in order to gain international experience related to their academic field.
SINGAPORE AIRLINES FELLOWSHIP
The purpose of the Fellowship is to enable a faculty
member to spend at least two weeks at an ASAIHL member institution in Singapore,
namely the National University of Singapore or the Nanyang Technological
University, or for a faculty member from a Singapore institution to visit
ASAIHL member institutions for a similar period.
Applications for short-term visits involing training programs, seminars, or workshops will also be considered, However, preference will be given to proposals from ASAIHL members which have a formal exchange agreement.
The receiving institutions involed will underwrite the costs of room, local transportation, and medical coverage. Singapore Airlines will provide a round-trip air ticket.
THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP
Visits by distinguished scholars for two weeks (minimum)
or up to one term (maximum) are encouraged by this program. The receiving university
will apply to ASAIHL for the Fellowship after reaching an agreement with the
sending university for the exchange. Prior agreement between receiver and sender
is necessary in order to match demand and supply and because both parties will
be under certain obligations during the exchange.
Salary and Overseas Allowance
The visting scholar will receive his regular salary from his own university. He may also receive a topping up allowance from the receiving university if the local pay scale is higher than his own. Thai International provides the round-trip air fare and ASAIHI. supports the exchange scholar with a supplementary overseas allowance of US$ 50 per day.
Accommondation, Local Transportation and Medical Care
The host university will provide the visiting scholar with suitable accommodation and will see to his local transportation needs as well as provide medical care required during the visit.
Arrangements For Visits
Arrangements for visiting scholars may be made on a bilateral or trilateral basis. The host university or universities should indicate its/their expectations of the visiting fellow, as well as the local language of instruction.
JACKSON MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP
The Jackson Memorial Fellowship was instituted to mark the occasion of Griffith University's election to Associate Membership of the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL). It was named the Jackson Memorial Fellowship in recognition of Professor James C. Jackson's services in establishing relationships between the University and universities of Southeast Asia. The prime purpose of the Fellowship is to strengthen these links.
The scheme will provide funding to facilitate visits to the University by faculy staff of ASAIHL member institutions whose participation in the activities of the host faculty will contribute significantly to that Faculty's expertise.
It is expected that the Jackson Fellow will be a senior member of the faculty staff of an institution which is a member of ASAIHL. The Fellowship is open to candidates from all academic disciplines, but preference will be given to those with an interest in the application of the social, political, economic, environmental or technological sciences to the analysis and resolution of substantial policy issues at the national or regional levels.
Since the prime purpose of the Fellowship is to consolidate links with a variety of institutions, it is expected that candidates from the same country are unlikely to be selected in successive years. The 1998 and 1999 Jackson Fellows were from Hong Kong and Singapore respectively. Therefore, priority will be given to candidates who are not from those countries in the 2000 round.
Value of awards
The Fellowship carries the following financial benefits :
- $A2,500 payable to the Fellow to assist with travel to and from Australia;
- $A350 stipend per week paid to the Fellow during the period of residence;
- accommodation expenses;
- some assistance with travel to visit other tertiary institutions is Australia, up to a total of $A1,200
Terms of the Fellowship
The Fellowship will be available once in each calendar year and is tenable for one to three months. The Fellow will be expected to visit Griffith University during a teaching semester in 2000 (February - June : July - October).
The Jackson Fellow will be given status as a Visisting Professor or Visiting Fellow in one of the Faculties of the University, and will be expected to participate in the teaching and research programs of that Faculty. Candidates are therefore requested to make contact with the Dean of the appropriate host Faculty of the University, a list of the major research interests of each Faculty is attached. It is not expected that the teaching commitment will exceed three hours per week.
The University reserves the right to decline to make an award in a particular year, where it is of the opinion that the proposed visit will not fulfil the purposes of the scheme.
Procedure for making an application
No application proforma is provided, but cadidates are expected to address the following points when drafting a proposal :
- provide an outline of ttte proposed program of research and/or teaching to be conducted at Grifoth University;
- clarify the way in which the visit will contribute to the establishment or strengthening of links between the applicant's institution and Griffith University;
- provide evidence of any existing contract with researcher at Griffith and outline the benefits of the proposed collaboration. In context of this, elucidate the compatibility of the applicants research interests with those of researchers at Griffith;
- provide a detailed curriculum vitae;
- indicate the proposed lengh and dates of the stay.
Candidates should apply through the Heads of their employing Institutions and send a copy of their application and accompanying curriculum vitae to both:
Office for Research
||Dr. Ninnat Olanvoravuth
Association of Southeast Asian
Institutions of Higher Learning
Henri Dunant Road
BANGKOK 10330, THAILAND
Both the Fellow and the host Faculty are required to lodge a report with the University's Research Grants Committee on the activities undertalCen during the stay at the University.The report should outline the benefits of the visit and may provide suggestions or comments on the program.