Stimuli for Isostanalite Area

Increasing subsidies for university branches in Isostanalit and economically, the regions will still report to the couple for the University of Velikotrnivsk "St. Materials of St. Cyril and Methods," Plovdiv University "Paisiy Hil-" University, Minno-Geological University, Medical University - Sofia, Rusenskia University Those imat branches enter Vratsa, Vidin, Smolyan, Krjali and Lovoch. Filialite is not inspired by a preference from a student candidate, a chi kato se smyat, chi is taught in tei e in a nisko nivo. Zatova and there the influence from the niska of success from the need for training in the main structure at the University of Spored Ministry of Trade will increase financially at the branch even minimally, student there sa small and bet still will soon be delayed for action in the western regions. The decision for additional stimularis beat. From the politician for the subtitle to the theses of the regions. In Vratsa km of the moment Velikotrnovskiat University offered training in 8 specialties from the direction "Pedagogy" and "Pedagogy for training in..." (for which they will also let go and cook broyki for the drust of flogging), and the Medical University - Sofia - in 7 In Krjali, students at the Minno-Geoloka University in 8 specialties and three areas - "General Engineering," "Prouchvan, finishing and processing for useful materials

FREE SUPPLY TO PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS NOTICE FOR MUNICIPALITIES

It is believed that the reference date for identifying the Municipality required to provide primary school books free of charge, is the starting day of the school year. The Ministry of Education, University and Research, with opinion of 10/02/2014, prot. n. 817, held that, if the student has obtained a first free supply of the textbooks and then changes school: 1) cannot obtain a second free supply during the same school year; 2) in case of difficult economic situation of the student's family, the school must allow the student, by resolution of the class council, to keep the books obtained with the first free supply. In implementation of the provisions of art. 156, paragraph 1, of Legislative Decree 16 April 1994, n. 297 "Approval of the consolidated text of the laws in force on education, relating to schools of all levels" and article 27 of the Law of 23 December 1998, n. 448 “Public finance measures for stabilization and development”, the Regional Law of 27 June 2016, no. 18. In relation to art. 36 of the aforementioned regional law, the Municipalities are reminded that the text books for primary school pupils of the national education system, starting from the 2017-2018 school year, must be provided through the book coupon system, guaranteeing in this the free choice of supplier by the families themselves.

Civic education at school

WinScuola has published a textbook in digital or paper format for lower secondary and two-year secondary students for Civic Education. The volume "Civic education at school" consists of the same eight topics provided for by Law 92/2019 which reintroduces teaching starting from this new school year. The text is the result of a synergistic work of the authors, teachers and professionals, with an ideal format for integrated digital teaching, by concepts, modular, multimedia and transversal, offering a valid support for both teachers and students to train the new generations to be responsible, active and aware citizens in civic, cultural and social life. The contents are developed with tweets, screenshots, keywords, influencers, timelines, webquests, playlists, posts, forums, challenges and concept maps, favoring a self-consistent use that favors interactions and connections for an active study with ideas for the more traditionally curricular subjects that can come from Civic Education, and vice versa. The book also extends into its own web platform, available free to teachers who they will adopt it, for a natural updating and constant integration because the material ("non-material" as Roberto Maragliano points out in his presentation) is evolving, never static, suitable for a network environment to be used at school or at home even by students. On the Winscuola website More information, complete index, list of keywords and an abstract of the volume are available or write to info@winscuola.com From the volume index (AA.VV., Civic education at school, Winscuola, Rome 2020): • Constitution and institutions of the Italian State (Vittoria Esposito) • Institutions of the European Union and international organizations (Massimo Montagner) • 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Paolo Quadrino) • Education for digital citizenship (Vindice Deplano) • Fundamental elements of law, with particular regard to labor law (Elena Rendina) • Environmental education, eco-sustainable development and protection of environmental heritage, identities, productions and territorial and agri-food excellence (Rita Pirozzi) • Education on legality and the fight against mafias (Giovanni Rosso) • Education to respect and enhance the cultural heritage and common public goods (Licia Landi) • Basic training in the field of Civil Protection (Francesco Leonetti)

In order to get a scholarship, you have to take the test.

Study the basic requirements for applicants. If you meet them - fine, then move on to the next step - to get acquainted with the list of Dutch participating universities and select the program. You need to be very careful here, the peculiarity of the scholarship is that it applies to a limited number of universities and programs. Please note that you cannot receive the Orange Tulip Scholarship for programs that are not listed in the above sections.

Look through the entire list and decide if there are universities and majors that are right for you. If so, take a close look at what the OTS scholarship covers at the institution you have chosen. This is an important point, as scholarships can vary greatly from university to university.

What does OTS cover?

The Orange Tulip Scholarship brand brings together a large number of very different scholarships in terms of coverage, as each university that participates in OTS determines the amount of scholarship it provides under OTS on its own. Most of them assume partial coverage of the cost of education (about 30 to 80%). There are scholarships that offer 100% tuition coverage. Others only cover part of the cost of living, while tuition is entirely on the student's shoulders. And there are very few grants that cover not only tuition but also living expenses, so that its holder bears a minimal material cost of higher education. A detailed description of the scholarships of each of the universities you will find in the already mentioned section of the Dutch participating universities.

Be very careful, you need to assess whether the funding is sufficient for you, because in addition to the remainder of the tuition fee after the scholarship you need to have some funds for living. You should understand, the rest of the costs that are not covered by the scholarship will have to be borne by the student.

Application and Documents

So, you have found a suitable OTS scholarship for the program you are interested in. What's next? First of all, check what the deadline set by the given university for the application. Most often it is March-April, but there are earlier and later. It is important to understand that the deadline is mandatory and documents received after the deadline are not considered.

To qualify for OTS, you need to be enrolled in the program or at least send your paperwork to the university. Therefore, one of the most important documents in your OTS application will be the university's confirmation of enrollment or receipt of your documents. There are no strict requirements for the form of this confirmation (you can either make a printscreen of the letter from the university, or send a document in a PDF file). The main thing is that the document should be readable, and it should be clear which university and program it is about.

In addition to confirmation, letters of recommendation or CVs are often required to apply for OTS (check the OTS application documents section of the participant's university page for the exact list). This does not mean that you need to re-prepare these documents, you can send the ones you sent to the university for admission.

When submitting the OTS scholarship application, each candidate must prepare a letter of motivation, which must be attached to the application form.

The scholarship application is completed electronically on the application form page. All documents attached to the online application must be scanned and saved in a single pdf file. Once we have reviewed your application and documents, you will receive written confirmation that we have received them and that there is nothing wrong with them. If you have not received confirmation from us within 1-2 business days of sending your documents, please let us know.

Acceptance of applications for the 2020-2021 OTS Scholarship begins November 1, 2019.

Scholarship Selection Results

A decision on the scholarship award is made by the university some time after the application deadline (within a month or less). Students are notified by the university of the results of the scholarship competition. The recipient must then confirm that he or she agrees to attend the university and wishes to take advantage of the scholarship.

We recommend you to read answers to frequently asked questions about OTS Scholarship.

Can't find an answer to your question? Contact us!

If you have questions about eligibility requirements, required documents, or other questions, you can ask our advisor by emailing ots@nesorussia.org or calling tel. 8(495)915 05-25 (strictly from 14:00 to 18:00 on working days).

University of National and World Economy

The proletta and laetto are traditionally the months for university candidacies. The pandemic of that year has made the plans for the student candidates very difficult, especially for those who are confused about studying in a foreign country. Still, few of them will give up on their intentions. Bulgarian universities have begun adapting to the new realities, organizing on-line courses to strengthen the skills of their candidates, while some, such as the oldest and most prestigious high school in the country, Sofia's University "St. Kliment Ohridski", have begun organizing seminars to educate candidates. Kliment Ohridski" (SU), almost all of their candidate-students' degrees have been abolished so as not to expose the risks of their vischistes. What are the expectations of Macedonian students who have been choosing Bulgaria for their higher education for years? How are students from Northern Macedonia attracted to the Bulgarian institutions? What fields of study do they choose and where do they see the future? Data from the Bulgarian Ministry of Education (MES) show that Macedonian students in Bulgaria are increasing. The number of first-year students for the academic year 2017/18 is 241. Year-over-year in 2018/19 they increase to 264, and in 2019/20 they are even 337 souls. The total number of students from the Republic of Northern Macedonia who attended the second semester in the Bulgarian high schools that year is 799 per year.
How is the admission
The admission of Macedonian students to Bulgaria is governed by two decrees of the Ministerial Council. The 1997 MCM Regulation 228 is specifically for citizens from Northern Macedonia. A total of 150 seats have been allocated under it. The applicants on this line will pay the cab fare as well as the government's portion for Bulgarian students. This year's candidates will also be admitted electronically, without the traditional courses in Bulgarian and history, but rather by documentation. A scholarship of 240 levs per month is planned for students during the first year of their studies without a review of their success, while in the second year scholarships are granted for all semesters separately, with a minimum success of not less than 4.00 for the two preceding semesters. Decree 103 of 1993 is reserved for candidates from the Bulgarian diaspora around the world. The candidates are required to pass a test consisting of questions on Bulgarian language and literature and history of Bulgaria. This year, because of the epidemiological situation, the candidates are not allowed to participate in the student examinations. The candidacy is done electronically. The instructions for candidacy shall be written and published on the website of the Ministry of Education - www.mon.bg under the heading "For Bulgarians behind the Border".

GRANT SOCKET

Grant financial help, aim and help to develop your mobility, breeds from the difference in everyday life standard in a foreign country, but do not anticipate vainly cursed at the development. It is intended to pay for pennies, insurance, medical insurance, go on nastayavana and work. The amount per month of the subsidy for javies is determined by the Center for Development on Chekovkite Resource (CDRS). The individual receives the grant itself for the period on mobility, is composed in the Individual contract on student mobility.
Start date for the period on the mobility pjrvijat den, in some cases the participant of the rag and hospitality in the reception of the university (not the date on the parole in a foreign country). Date for the period on mobility is the last day, in some cases the participant of the rag is at the reception of the university (not the date on the victim from the foreign country).
To prevent the beginning and the end of the mobile period, you should mention the reference at the Academic Department and the Certificate behind the prestige, publish from the reception of the university (date in two documents is the same as !!!!).
The size of financial support is determined by multiplying by the real value of prolongation by mobile capacity in days/messets (calculated according to the date on the latch and the rate at the reception of the university) according to the date determined for the removal of daily/messets rate. In the case of an unpaid month, the financial aid is calculated by multiplying the daily rate by 1/30 of the weekly rate.

SCHOLARSHIPS IN GERMANY

In addition to the fact that state universities in Germany do not hold semester-long cabs for students, the country also offers many opportunities to finance higher education, both for bachelors and masters, doctoral and postdoctoral students.

Several types of scholarships are available:


Government scholarships for study in Germany

- DAAD Scholarships - German Academic Exchange Service offers many scholarships for foreign students in Germany for all academic degrees.

- Erasmus + is the organization that offers the Largest number of scholarships for studies in the European Union. It is run by the European Commission, which finances the education of foreign students in Europe. It provides free of charge funds for living expenses for students who participate in exchange programs at European universities.


Invalid scholarships for study in Germany

- "Alfred Töpfer" Foundation - Offering scholarships for students (excluding bachelor's degrees) from Europe (excluding Germany), Israel and Turkey, in the fields of culture, social sciences, art, architecture, and agriculture and urban studies.

- Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship - Tova is a fellowship sponsored by the Einstein Foundation for postdoctoral research at the university in Berlin.

- Heinrich Böll Scholarships for International Students - Offers scholarships for foreign students - master's or doctoral degrees who wish to study in Germany at an accredited institution.

- Humboldt Research Fellowships for Postdoctoral Researchers - Offering fellowships for students and researchers in all subjects and from all nationalities.

- Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Scholarships - Individual fellowships for master's and doctoral programs are available for foreign candidates under 30 years of age who have completed their university degrees in their home countries. You must provide evidence of your academic success in secondary education, your active involvement in volunteer work for society in your home country, and your interest in politics.

- Kurt Hansen Science Scholarships - These are science scholarships to study in Germany, funded by the Bayer Foundation and open to students studying to become teachers in the field of science.

- Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) for Developing Countries - These are scholarships for foreign students who want to go to Germany. Funded by the European Commission.

- Mawista Scholarship - Scholarships for those who study in foreign countries, including those who study in Germany.

- Deutschland Scholarship - Scholarships, based on a loan of 300 euros per month, are available to highly talented students enrolled at German universities. Personal income will not affect your chances of being approved.

- The Helmholtz Association - Annual scholarships are available to doctoral and postdoctoral students from the entire world, as they have the opportunity to complete their paid studies at the Helmholtz Center in Germany.


All universities have their own funding and scholarship systems that they offer. For further information or queries regarding specific higher education institutions in Germany or other European countries please contact Cool Travel consultants!



* Source: www.topuniversities.com

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDYING ABROAD

The University of Bath, UK, is offering student scholarships under the "Environmental and Historical Basis of Risk of Wetland Extinction" program, which begins in October 2004. Applicants must be registered at the University of Bath, although a larger they will spend part of their time at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust Slimbridge Center, located near Bristol. The program is looking for highly motivated candidates who are ready to learn many new techniques, including phylogenetic benchmarking. Applicants must have excellent results in biology. Forms can be found on the university's website http://www.bath.ac.uk/bio-sci/bsps.htm. Other necessary documents are a detailed CV and the names and addresses of two academic representatives to give recommendations. The documents must be sent to Ms Anne Pearson by April 12 this year. by e-mail at: bssap@bath.ac.uk. USA The Human Rights Program (LL.M. Program in Intercultural Human Rights) at St. Thomas Law University (Miami, Florida, USA) admits candidates for the upcoming academic year 2004-2005. The goal of the one-year program is to improve professionals approved by the American Bar Association. Lawyers who have graduated in the United States or abroad, have a bachelor's degree or a foreign degree can apply for training. equivalent and show a strong commitment to the cause of human rights, social justice and human dignity. The training under the program is paid. The annual fee is $ 19,100. The conditions are described on the Internet at www.stu.edu/humanrights. The university offers scholarships for high success and for financially difficult applicants. Those wishing to receive scholarships must submit documents by April 15, 2004. More information at: humanrights@stu.edu. Italy The Italian University Universita di Roma "Tor Vegata" offers summer courses in Rome on US-European relations. The fee for students from Europe and the Mediterranean countries is 1290 euros, and for students from other countries 2190 euros. There is a possibility to receive scholarships and subsidies. Grants are awarded on the basis of the assessments, motivation and needs of the applicants, and scholarships are awarded at the end of the course and cover all or part of the fee. Applications must be accepted until 7 April 2004 at www.ufficio.europeo@uniroma2.it or by fax +39 06 72593618.

We also teach at home students.

For teachers and primary school pupils, materials of simple and immediate use Mondadori Education has created the initiative Let's make school even at home to provide teachers and primary school children with concrete proposals for ludo-didactic activities. The page, born last year at the beginning of the lockdown, has been revised and enriched with new stimulating and extremely flexible proposals. Responding to the request for flexibility necessary in this context of uncertainty is one of the objectives of this initiative: whether it is done face-to-face or remote teaching, in Let's School at Home there are many ideas to involve the child in learning.

State incentive for higher education in backward regions

Subsidy students for tuition at the student entrance branch to the university in the poor region on the stranata lefta e vizoka. Celta e taka indirectly and se stimuli economic schcolarship development on the theses of the region. Tova is preceded by promenas in a nyakolko resolution on the government, publicity for public discussion from the Ministry of Education and Science. From the third, the ministry is crushed and introduced restrictions for admission to students in the areas of "Informatics and Computers of Science" and "Comunicationna and Computer Technology," in which it is possible to reach se Nasrchavashe in naked bra at the student's visit. For sweeping on the stock of the stimulator in a holemic way, the reception in nyakolko is new to the direction, among the koito "Pedagogy for Training in," "Religion and Theology," "Physical Science," "Chemically Sciences," "Energetics," "Materials and Metal Science." In a rush of time, the nyama and se will release the broikes for the rust of flogging on "Iconomics" and "Administration and Management" at the university, which is the imat nisk rating for training on the theses of the direction. Here is a stimulator of the turnover accepted by a tourist student at the university of Varna and Burgas.