Collegio Carlo Alberto

Dear colleague,
we are happy to inform you that the applications to the 2015-16 edition of the Master in Public Policy and Social Change (MAPS) of the Collegio Carlo Alberto and the University of Turin are now open.
MAPS is an advanced programme taught in English at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, a real hidden gem of Italy and one of Europe�s most important and dynamic cities, with a vibrant city and nightlife. MAPS is open to students with a 4-year BA, or BA+MA. In 2015-16 MAPS faculty will feature, among others, Chiara Saraceno (Collegio Carlo Alberto), Margarita Estevez-Abe (Syracuse University & Collegio Carlo Alberto), Charles Ragin ( University of California, Irvine), Bruno Palier (Sciences-Po Paris), �Klaus Armingeon (University of Berne), Stefaan De Rynck (European Commission), Martin Rhodes (University of Denver).
MAPS tuition fee is 5,000 �. Tuition waivers and scholarships are available on a competitive basis for those who apply by May 15th, 2015. Afterwards, a rolling application will be kept open.
The attached leaflets as well as our web site ( provide information about the programme. We would be grateful if you could help us to advertise MAPS among potential applicants in your institution and throughout your own academic networks. Feel free to contact MAPS secretariat at, or the programme coordinator, Dott.ssa �Monica Ferrin, at for any further information. Also, we would kindly ask you to hand the enclosed poster to staff in your institution and see that it gets advertised. We do appreciate your help in this regard.
We thank you in advance for your help.
With best regards,
�Manuela Naldini
� MAPS Director �
Collegio Carlo Alberto

Via Real Collegio 30 – 10024 Moncalieri (TO), Italy
phone: +390116705000 – fax: +390116705088

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Graduate Research Assistantship in Politics and Mathematics – Analysis of Migrant Organisational Networks in Europe

Graduate Research Assistantship in Politics and Mathematics – Analysis
of Migrant Organisational Networks in Europe

The Leicester Migration Network in collaboration with the Department of Politics and International Relations and the Department of Mathematics is pleased to offer a funded Graduate Research Assistantship for September 2015 entry to its Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programme. The closing date for receipt of applications is 19 April 2015.

This Graduate Research Assistantship is available for full-time registration. The successful applicant will receive a full UK/EU tuition fee waiver for four years subject to annual progress review.

The successful applicant will receive an annual stipend of £9,901 and salary of approximately £4,156. The successful applicant will also have access to a Research Training Support Grant worth £750 each year to help cover costs associated with their research work.

The Graduate Research Assistant will be responsible both to the main supervisor (Professor Laura Morales) and the Leicester Migration Network coordinators (Dr Leah Bassel and Dr Marc Scully). They will be expected to undertake research-related duties within the Department of Politics and International Relations and the Leicester Migration Network – not normally exceeding eight hours per week – while undertaking research leading to a PhD.

Approximately 80% of their time will be spent on their doctoral research and 20% on their GRA responsibilities. Training is provided to help Graduate Research Assistants develop their research related skills and enhance their professional competencies. The Graduate Research Assistant will also be allocated shared office space within the Department of Politics and International Relations.

This Graduate Research Assistantship is open to applicants wishing to pursue doctoral research on the *Analysis of Migrant Organisational Networks in Europe*. The successful applicant will be based in the Department of Politics and International Relations under the supervision of Professor Laura Morales <> (Politics and International Relations) and Professor Alexander Gorban <>

The doctoral project would draw from the vast amount of network information available – and currently under-analyzed – of the FP6 project Localmultidem <> led by Professor Morales and completed in 2009. That project led to a large number of outcomes based on a survey undertaken to representative samples of individuals of both migrant and autochthonous/majority populations in 10 European cities (Barcelona, Budapest, Geneva, London, Lyon, Madrid, Milan, Oslo, Stockholm, and Zurich). However, another major component of that project was a survey undertaken with the representatives of the civil society organisations of all the migrant groups studied in all these cities (except Oslo), plus Murcia (Spain). This survey enquired about the multiple connections, collaborations and joint activities undertaken by the migrant organisations interviewed both with other migrant organisations and with autochthonous/majority population organisations in their respective cities. The result is a very rich dataset on organisational connections and fields that can be analysed from many different empirical and theoretical perspectives.

The successful applicant will join the Leicester Migration Network actively, as well as other initiatives through the Parties, Participation, and Public Opinion Research Cluster <>
and the Leicester Inter-Disciplinary Workshop on Elections, Public Opinion, Participation, and Parties <>.

This Graduate Research Assistantship will be of particular interest to those who hold a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Maths (STEM) undergraduate degree and can show an interest – as indicated by a specialisation in the Masters degree and dissertation – in the areas of migration, associations, and/or political participation. Applicants who hold an undergraduate degree in a social science subject but can show postgraduate-level training in mathematics and/or computer sciences will also be considered.

Further details and instructions on how to apply are available on

Kind regards,
Laura Morales

Prof Laura Morales
Professor in Comparative Politics

Department of Politics and International Relations University of Leicester University Road Leicester LE1 7RH, UK

Tel:  +44 (0)116 252 2727
Fax: +44 (0)116 252 5082


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Taiwan United States Alliance Ambassador Program

Taiwan United States Alliance Ambassador Program

2015 TUSA Ambassador Scholarship

Applications are due on March 31st!
Only two weeks remaining!

The Taiwan-United States Sister Relations Alliance (TUSA) Summer Scholarship Program is an Ambassador program. A unique program especially designed for students who will be representing their state, as well as the United States, and acting as ambassadors to Taiwan. Please share the information below with any of your students who would be interested in applying for a scholarship studying Mandarin and culture in Taiwan.
Online application due by February 15 for early admission and March 31 for final consideration
Application guidelines with eligibility requirements, academic requirements, and program details
2015 TUSA promotion film and program information
TUSA Facebook Page with photos from last year
TUSA Website with general information about our organization
Ideal applicants are American citizens who hold neither a Taiwan passport nor claim Taiwanese or Chinese heritage
Full-time student at a U.S. college of university
Minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4-point scale
Two (2) letters of recommendation from college professors
All levels of Chinese (Mandarin) proficiency are acceptable; there is no requirement of prior language experience
Program Details
Intensive Chinese Language Classes: Classes will be divided in four categories depending on your Chinese language proficiency test
• Daily small group classes, 2 hours per day
• One-on-one tutorial classes, 1 hour per day
• Teaching will use Hanyu pinyin romanization and traditional characters
Cultural Courses and Activities: Calligraphy, Chinese Painting, Tai Chi, Tea Ceremony, Stamp Engraving, Taiwanese Language, Chinese Cuisine, and Seminar on relevant topics
Cultural and Language Exchange: One-on-one language exchange with volunteer students at National Cheng Kung university
Cultural Excursions: Visiting National Palace Museum, Indigenous and Hakka Culture experience, and other cultural places
Local Weekend Host Families and Volunteer in Local Schools: Students will be given additional opportunities to further immerse themselves in Taiwanese society
To apply, you may use our online application no later than February 15, 2015 for an early admission decision and by March 31, 2015 for final consideration.

Thank you for your kind help and kindest regards,


Yun-Chi Yeh, Ph.D.
Founder and Vice President of TUSA
Professor Emeritus, Univ. of Arkansas Medical Science


I am writing on behalf of AIESEC to let you know of international opportunities that students in your department may be interested in. AIESEC is a student-run organization that aims for matching students with international internships. AIESEC offers internships in a variety of fields all over the world, from business-oriented marketing work to volunteer teaching in non-English speaking countries. Programs last from anywhere between 6 weeks to a year and a half.
Here are some ways that students in the past have benefited from AIESEC:
● Easy way to gain “beginner” professional experience
● Paid international internships that can offer potential full time job offers
● Creates leaders in the field they participate in
● Creates international professional networks
We feel that your students will benefit greatly from what AIESEC has to offer. Please feel free to reach out to me personally with any questions you may have and we would be more than willing to also schedule a meeting with you.
Thank you for your time!
Best Regards,
Chris Anderson
External Relations Team
AIESEC at the University of Michigan

International Summer Academy in Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation, Mediation and Intercultural Dialogue

We are glad to inform you, last year IPD successfully organised  International Summer Academy in Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation, Mediation and Intercultural Dialogue during the 17-27 August, 2014 with the participation of participants and experts from Nigeria, France, Mexico, Canada, United Arab Emirates, USA, Denmark, Romania, Germany, Netherlands, Kyrgyzstan, China, Malaysia, Congo, Costa Rica, Armenia, Turkey, Switzerland, UK, Serbia, Estonia, Malta and Republic of Macedonia and specially visit of Honorary Guest Mr. Hubert Schuler the Kantonsratspräsident des Kantons Zug.

It is pleasure for us to introduce you our next coming international academic summer programs in Baar (very close by train to Zurich, Bern and Luzern Kantons), one of the beautiful places of Kanton Zug.

A) International Summer Academy programs in Peacebuilding, Mediation, Conflict Resolution & Intercultural Dialogue,-Mediation-Conflict-Resolution-2015/

– I Summer Academy: 7-17 August, 2015         (11 Days)

– II Summer Academy: 17-27 August, 2015      (11 Days)

Place: Baar, Switzerland


B) 3 Month Certificated Academic School in Mediation & Conflict Resolution (CAS in MCR)

Date: 17 August – 17 November 2015

Place: Switzerland

Scholarship: There have several types of scholarship offer on participation fee amount for the potential participants, if they request and pay the discounted fee before the 24 April, 2015.

We will be glad to cooperate closely with your Institute and invite you to be Sponsor of this great summer academy initiatives. In this regards please visit our web page to get more information on how to start Donation

We are here for any questions with great pleasure and looking forward to receive your applications.

Hope to see you among us this summer in Switzerland.

IPD Academic Programs: Theory – Practice – Research – Exchange – Contribute

Best wishes,


Rolling Admissions for the 8th Korea-America Student Conference

Full time university students are strongly encouraged to apply (undergraduates and graduate students both eligible), and no experience or background in Korea is required. ​​​​
Rolling Admissions for the 8th Korea-America Student Conference
The Korea-America Student Conference is an intensive academic and cultural exchange program launched in 2008 to build closer ties between young leaders in both countries. Each year, fifty students from the U.S. and Korea are competitively selected to spend one summer month together, studying and analyzing global and bilateral issues in the US-Korea relationship through roundtable discussions, lectures, seminars, workshops and field trips. At the end of the conference, students will present their joint creative solution to one of these topics to a panel of expert judges, and the general public.
As alumni, students will join the ranks of distinguished ISC individuals such as former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former Japanese Prime Minister Kiichii Miyazawa, and other leaders in academia, the government, and the private sector.
The conference this year will take place in the US from July 1 – July 31, 2015. The topics we will be focusing on include:
International Relations: Defining New Power Structures and Economic Approaches for a Stronger US-ROK Alliance
Social Justice and Immigration: Fostering Diversity and Multiculturalism
Advanced Technology and Society: Ethics of Technology and Its Impact on Human Life
Business and Communication: Strategizing to Compete in a Fluctuating Economy
Environment and Global Cooperation: Aspirational Leap for the Future Generations
Applications are due: March 31, 2015
For more information, check out the attached flyer and brochure, and visit our website at: