Chương trình học bổng từ Quỹ Nippon – Liên Hợp Quốc bắt đầu nhận hồ sơ cho khóa học 2011-2012. Hạn nộp đơn: 15/08/2010
The United Nations – The Nippon Foundation of Japan Fellowship Programme is now accepting applications for the 2011-2012 session. The deadline for submissions has been set for 15 August 2010.
The major objective of this Fellowship Programme is to provide funded opportunities for advanced capacity development in the field of ocean affairs and the law of the sea and related disciplines to Government officials and other ocean-related professionals from developing States.
The Fellowship Programme consists of two phases: a six month research and study phase, immediately followed by a three-month training phase. The first phase will be implemented through a university or research institution affiliated with the Fellowship Programme and which has in-depth competence and expertise in the given field of studies. After completing the first phase, fellows will undertake a training phase with DOALOS in New York, or with an intergovernmental agency or organization competent in the chosen field.
With respect to required qualifications, the candidates must be between the ages of 25 and 40, possess a first university degree or equivalent and demonstrate an ability to undertake advanced academic research and studies. They shall also be mid-level administrators from national government organs, or other agencies that deal directly with ocean issues such as, inter alia, national ocean policy, establishment of maritime zones and the delimitation of maritime boundaries, coastal zone management, conservation and management of marine living resources, maritime transport and shipping, prevention of pollution, crimes at sea and their suppression, and the protection and preservation of the marine environment including marine sciences.
A detailed outline of the requisite qualifications, along with the application forms, additional Fellowship Programme information, and the current list of participating institutions is available on the following web-site: http://www.un.org/depts/los/nippon. Please note that candidates must use the new application package which is available for download from this homepage. Additional information may also be obtained by contacting the Programme Advisor, Mr. Bailet, on the e-mail email@example.com.