Tweet The Copernicus Center Scholarship for PhD Researchers, funded by The John Templeton Foundation, is offered to individuals who hold a Master’sdegree (or equivalent) in the fields of:philosophy, theology, religious studies, anthropology, history and related disciplines. The dissertations should be written in English or Polish and fall within one of the following four topics: Theology of science; Philosophy in theology; Logic in [...]
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Tweet In order to comply with the requirements you need to state your 3 outstanding achievements in at least 2 of the following leadership categories, i.e. participation in SU student leadership structures, sport, participation in cultural activities/community involvement or leadership roles in religion. Please note that 2 testimonials need to be submitted to verify the [...]
Tweet Journalists will receive scholarships for up to $5,000 each to study religion at any accredited college, university or seminary. Scholarships cover expenses including tuition, registration fees and books. Scholarships are funded by a generous grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. to the Religion Newswriters Foundation, RNA’s charitable arm.
Tweet The Church Development Service (Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst- EED) offers students from third world (asia, africa, latin america) countries the opportunity of a study visit to Germany. Application Deadline: 1st January and 1st July (of each year).
Tweet Four scholarships are available for overseas fee-paying students who are proposing to register for the full-time MA Religions or MA History: Asia/ Africa at SOAS for the academic session 2011/12.The scholarship, valued at £15,000, will be used to meet the cost of tuition fees at the overseas rate and the remaining sum may be [...]
Tweet The scholarship programme of the EED supports National Christian Councils, churches and development-oriented NGOs in developing countries in the up-grading and advanced training of their personnel.