ADS Scholarship 2010

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From: http://www.demo.org.mn/newsdetail.php?NewsID=108
2008-08-12

ADS 2010 Advertisement

MONGOLIA AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MASTERS’ DEGREE STUDY IN AUSTRALIA 2010

The Government of Australia through the Agency for International Development (AusAID), in cooperation with the Cabinet Secretariat of the Government of Mongolia, is pleased to announce that up to 28 scholarships are being awarded to individuals to undertake Master’s degree studies at Australian Universities commencing in either January or July 2010.
The scholarships are made available through the Mongolia – Australian Scholarships Program (MASP). The scholarships are available under two targeted categories. Category 1 is for applicants from target ministries and their associated agencies. Category 2 is open to public, non-government and private sector applicants including universities but is restricted to targeted fields of study.

Category 1 – Targeted Institutions

Up to 20 scholarships are available under Category 1 for core staff and staff of the associated agencies of the: Cabinet Secretariat of the Government of Mongolia, Government Service Council, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Food & Agriculture, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs, Ministry of Fuel and Energy, Ministry of Nature and Environment, Ministry of Social Welfare and Labour and staff of their associated agencies;
The scholarships will be awarded following capacity building needs identified in ministry human resource development plans.

Category 2 – Targeted Fields of Study

Up to 8 scholarships are available under Category 2, on a competitive basis, for Masters programs covering the following target fields of study:
Mining engineering, construction engineering, mining, energy and natural resources law, resource economics, renewable energy, coal technology, biotechnology, environmental studies relating to resource development, agricultural economics and/or marketing, infectious plant diseases, pasture management, actuarial studies, non-bank financial regulation, epidemiology and public health, methodologies for teaching English as a foreign language.

Eligibility Criteria:

The following criteria apply to be eligible:
• be Mongolia citizen and resident;
• not hold or have held and Australian government-funded scholarship in the preceding 12 months at time of application;
• at the time of application be a full-time employee for at least a continuous 2 year period of work experience;
• be holding a bachelor degree (or equivalent) qualification from an academic institution recognized by Australian universities;
• be willing to undertake a medical and meet Australian visa requirements;
• be willing to return to work for their respective Employer for a period of not less than 2 years following the completion of studies;
• have the approval of their Employer;
• have a level of English equivalent to an average IELTS level of 5.0 or above; and
• provide an expression of interest (completed application form) including an outline of a proposed study Action Plan and an assessment of fundamental IT literacy skills in word processing and use of the Internet, as well as an academic transcript from a recognized Mongolian tertiary institution;

English language training in Mongolia will be available to successful applicants to improve their English language skills to meet the requirements of Australian universities of 6.5 IELTS.

Contact Details
Applicants interested in Category 1 should contact the Public Administration Department of their Ministry for further information and application forms.
Additional information for Category 2, the targeted fields of study scholarships, is available from the MASP Office at:
Suite 201, Building 8,
Behind IT Park,
Ulaanbaatar.
Telephone: (976 11) 318852; Fax: (976 11) 322284;
Website: http://www.masp.mn Email: masp@magicnet.mn

Application information and forms are available on http://www.masp.mn
Briefings will take place within the targeted ministries. Briefing session for Category 2 of scholarship will be held at the Conference Hall of Puma Imperial Hotel on Thursday, August 28, 2008 at 10:00 am.

Closing Date for Applications
Friday, September 5, 2008 at 2:00 pm in the office of the Public Administration Department for Category 1 scholarships, and in the MASP office for Category 2 scholarship.

Mongolia-Australian Scholarships Program
(MASP)

Australian Development Scholarships 2010

Masters Degree Study – CATEGORY 2

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
(Closing date for applications: September 5th 2008)

All information must be true and correct. Applicants who have been found to submit false or incorrect information will be disqualified. Expressions of Interest (EOI) received after the closing date for application will not be considered.

It is expected that applicants short-listed will be required to attend an English language test in October 2008. Following this test and depending on the English language test score:
• some applicants will be invited to submit a more detailed application for an award to commence in January or July 2010; and
• a number of candidates will be selected to undertake English language training (November 2008 – August 2009) and will be required to sit a second English language test and be interviewed in August 2009. The applicants with satisfactory English language test scores will be invited to submit a more detailed application (in September 2009) for an award to commence in January or July 2010.
• If there are scholarships available some applicants with English language skills may be able to commence an award in the 2009 academic year.

ALL APPLICANTS TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION (Personal details of applicant)
Family name:
Other name:
Date of birth:
Male/Female:
Ministry, Department, Agency, Business or NGO:
Contact Address:
Contact Phone:
Contact Email:
Date of Submission:

GENERAL CATEGORY APPLICATION
(Currently employed for a period of at least 24 months by a Mongolian Government Agency – and an interest in pursuing one of the following fields of study:
Mining engineering, Construction engineering, Mining, energy and natural resources law, Resource economics, Renewable energy, Coal technology, Biotechnology, Environmental studies relating to resource development, Agricultural economics and/or marketing, Infectious plant diseases, Pasture management, Actuarial studies, Non-bank financial regulation, Epidemiology and public health, and Methodologies for teaching English as a foreign language.
Selection is on a competitive and merit basis)
Name of Government Agency, private business or NGO and the position you hold where you are currently employed (include the title/designation of your position).
Current Position (Describe the functions and/or responsibilities of the position you currently hold).
Period with current employer (indicate start date and provide a copy of a supporting employment document).
Tertiary qualifications (attach Academic Transcript from University).
Have you held an Australian Government funded scholarship in the past 12 months? (Please answer yes of no. If yes, please provide details).
Have you held a scholarship from any source in the past 12 months? (Please answer yes or no. If yes, please provide details).
Proposed field of study (In line with the targeted fields of study available).
Specific courses that you wish to pursue within your field of study (Please describe the courses of study within the field of study you wish to undertake).
A specific university in Australia that you wish to attend and reasons for selecting the university.
State briefly how the proposed studies will be applied to meet the needs of your employer/the Mongolian economy on return. Specify topic or objectives of an Action Plan (in Mongolian and English languages following the attached template) for your studies. (Note 1)
Please rate the level of your written and spoken English
(Excellent/good/fair/basic)
(If any past IELTS, TOFEL or other English test results are available please provide details) Written English:
Spoken English:
Test results:
Please rate your IT literacy, skills in using the Internet and your word processing skills
(Excellent/good/fair/basic)
IT literacy:

Skills in using the Internet:

Word processing skills:
SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT (Note 2)
SIGNATURE OF MANAGER, SUPERVISOR OF YOUR EMPLOYER and reference from employer (Note 3).

Notes to accompany application forms:
1. Applicants must develop an initial Action Plan and also commit to develop and implement a complete Action Plan if they are short-listed and invited to submit a detailed application and be invited to the final interview.
2. In signing this Expression of Interest (EOI), the applicant commits to return to their employer for a period of at least 2 years after they complete their studies. The applicant submits the application direct to the MASP but sponsorship is encouraged as is an expression of the applicant’s intention to return to the current employer.
3. The signature of the manager/supervisor of the organisation for which you work is encouraged with the signature supporting your application for a scholarship and commitment to re-employment following post-graduate studies in Australia. A reference from you employer is also encouraged in support of your application for a scholarship.
2. Applicants should provide four copies of the Expression of Interest
(EOI) if submitted in hard copy to MASP at Room #201, Building 8
Behind National IT Park, Ulaanbaatar. Applications can also be
submitted electronically to MASP at masp@magicnet.mn

MONGOLIA-AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

Scholarship Action Plan Guidelines

BACKGROUND

MASP provides support in a focused way for undertaking Masters Programs covering targeted fields of study. The support is provided in the form of an Australian Development Scholarship.

The scholarship is provided as one means for developing human resource capacity within the Mongolian economy in the public, private and civil sectors. The individual gains an academic qualification through the scholarship. The aim of MASP is to ensure that the scholar’s ministry/agency/organisation will also gain from the scholarship. The Scholarship Action Plan is the mechanism that MASP uses to facilitate the achievement of this aim.

THE SCHOLARSHIP ACTION PLAN

The Action Plan is a dynamic document. The intending scholar prepares a basic Action Plan when expressing interest for an Australian scholarship. The Action Plan is further developed by the successful applicant, during the process of placement in a field of study in an Australian University. The Action Plan is further developed by the scholar during study in Australia and finally refined by the scholar on return to Mongolia.

The Action Plan is used to link the study ambitions of the scholar with the HRD needs of the ministry/agency/organisation in Mongolia. It is important therefore, that the Action Plan is prepared and developed in consultation with the responsible staff in the ministry/agency/organisation. Management of the organisation are encouraged to sign the Action Plan as an indication of commitment to the scholarship capacity building process. The Action Plan will be monitored by the organisation/scholar and MASP for two years following the return of the scholar to Mongolia.

GUIDELINES FOR PREPARATION

The logic of the Action Plan is:

what do I want to achieve from studying in Australia;
how am I going to achieve this objective; and
how does that objective relate to the development needs of my employer or the institution.

The initial Action Plan is a short document. It can be described in three parts as follows:

a clear description of the objective for study in Australia by the applicant for a scholarship. This could amount to developing skills (describing what these skills are), developing an understanding of a specific technical approach (describing what the technical approach is) or being able to compare a particular policy in Mongolia (describing what the policy is) and Australia and drawing conclusions;

a general description of the field of study that the intended scholar wishes to undertake to achieve this stated objective.

a clear description linking the reason for the study described above to the development needs of the employer. This part is important and could be a description of a need for policy making skills or financial management skills in sectoral planning or whatever are the needs in the ministry or the public service.

It is important that the section above is prepared in consultation with the responsible staff members in the ministry/agency/organisation. Counter signing of the draft Action Plan by the applicant and the employer is encouraged to indicate commitment to the scholarship process and its objectives.

A pro-forma that can be used in preparing the Initial Action Plan follows.

MONGOLIA-AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

INITIAL SCHOLAR’S ACTION PLAN

NAME OF APPLICANT: DATE:

MINISTRY/AGENCY/INSTITUTION:

POSITION IN THE MINISTRY/AGENCY/INSTITUTION:

WHAT IS YOUR REASON (OBJECTIVE) FOR WANTING TO UNDERTAKE POST-GRADUATE STUDY IN AUSTRALIA?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

WHAT IS THE FIELD OF STUDY YOU PROPOSE TO UNDERTAKE?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

HOW DO YOUR STUDY OBJECTIVES AND THE PROPOSED FIELD OF STUDY CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT NEEDS OF YOUR MINISTRY OR THE PUBLIC SECTOR?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Signature Applicant Signature Employer

2 Responses to “ADS Scholarship 2010”

  1. Khishgee Says:

    Sain baina uu? bi ene khutulburt khamragdmaar bna… bi sergeegdekh erchim khuchnii chigleleer odoo 7 dakhi jildee ajillaj bna…. tavigdaj bgaa shaardlaguud ni nadad tokhirch bgaa bolovch minii english mash muu… bi odoo khelnii coursed yavj bgaa Level-4-t yavdag…. bi materialaa ugvul yakh bol…. ajillasan jil, ur chadvar, bas bachelor degree-n dun khangalttai … uuniig undesleed khelnii medlegiig khamaarakhguigeer tentsekh bolomj bgaa bolov uu? tend ochood khelnii 1 jiliin coursed surgakh bolov uu? khariu bicheerei

  2. gegeen Says:

    taniig IELTS 6.5 hurtel chini ESPI deer beltgel hiih zardaliig chini daadag baih shuu. yu ch gesen ochood uulzdaa.


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