Endeavour Executive Fellowship

Endeavour Executive Fellowship

6 December 2013 Roy Southil

The Endeavour Executive Fellowship provides professional development opportunities for high achievers in business, industry, education or government from participating countries. The Fellowship focuses on building skills and knowledge through a host work environment. Candidates are not eligible to apply for an Executive Fellowship if their activity will result in their receiving, or contributes to, a formal academic qualification. In short, this is not a formal academic programme, Endeavour Executive Fellowship is about developing or learning new skills in your field or area of expertise rather than furthering your existing research interests and outcomes.

Duration: 1 to 4 months.

The Endeavour Executive Fellowship aims to: enable high achieving professionals to further develop their skills, knowledge and leadership capabilities, deepen professional engagements between Australia and participating countries, strengthen mutual understanding between the people of Australia and recipient’s host countries, build international linkages and networks, and allow professionals the opportunity, on returning to their home country, to share their updated skills and knowledge with colleagues.

How to apply: Applications for the 2015 round are expected to open in April 2014. Please check the Australia Awards Endeavour Scholarship and Fellowships website closer to April 2014 for further information, applicant guidelines and eligibility criteria.

The Applicant Guidelines provide detailed information on eligibility requirements, Fellowship values, list of participating countries and other important information. You should download these Guidelines and ensure you read and understand them before commencing your application.

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UCD Global Undergraduate Scholarship Business, Social Science & Arts Programmes

UCD Global Undergraduate Scholarship Business, Social Science & Arts Programmes

Field of study: Business, Social Science & Arts Programmes.

No. of scholarships: 4.

Value: €2,500 Tuition Fee Scholarship. Scholarship awards are applicable to tuition fees only. Scholarship awards are renewable annually subject to the student maintaining an annual grade point average of no less than 3.2. This scholarship is not eligible to be combined with any other tuition scholarship.


Applicants should be Indian citizens and currently resident in India; applicants must be self-funding and classified as non-EU student for tuition fee purposes; at the deadline applicants must hold a firm offer or acceptance to and eligible to a full time UCD Undergraduate programme. Scholarships are not available in Medicine and Medical Science, Veterinary Medicine, or Radiography.

Selection Criteria

Successful candidates will be selected on merit. Decisions will be made by the Scholarship Committee. All decisions are final. Applications are now closed. Apply when it reopens in February – March 2014.

How to apply: To be considered for the UCD Global Undergraduate Scholarship applicants must complete a supplemental application form in addition to applying for their chosen programme; students should apply online to their chosen course as normal.
Further information: Please contact kate.ohanlon@ucd.ie for advice of whether your programme of study is eligible. Please visit UCD website scholarship pages.