Dear Mohammad Osman, You will be timely notified by the responsible contact persons. For any questions and concerns which you might have, please direct to them. Kind regards,Mladiinfo team Tweet Log in to Reply Pocket HI .WHEN THEY WILL CALL FOR INTERVIE, IF WE PASS FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME?waiting for ur warm forward. on December 23, 2012 at 10:37 pm Share 0 The UK Government Chevening Scholarships 2018 Reddit Dear Elena, Please go to the official website at http://www.chevening.org/maps/world and search for your country. The deadline will be listed there. Hurry, because some of the deadlines are very soon. Good luck! Kind regards,Mladiinfo team ← Journal Seeks Undergrad International Affairs Essays LinkedIn 0 The Chevening Scholarships in Different Fields, UK By Elena says: By Mladiinfo says: Hi, I would like to know when is the deadline for applying? Thank you,Elena Deadline: depends on the countryOpen to: candidates from the following countries with a degree that is equivalent to at least a good UK second-class honours degree, at least 2 years’ work or equivalent experience and good command of EnglishScholarship: covers: tuition fees, travel costs, an arrival and baggage allowance costs, monthly stipend – £917 per month outside London and £1134 per month inside London (subject to annual review)Chevening Scholarships are the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. The programme makes awards to outstanding scholars with leadership potential from around the world to study postgraduate courses at universities in the UK.The programme provides full or part funding for full-time courses at postgraduate level, normally a one-year Master’s degree, in any subject and at any UK university.The Chevening programme makes awards to talented individuals who demonstrate the potential to become future leaders, decision makers and opinion formers. Chevening Scholarships are awarded across a wide range of fields; including politics, government, business, the media, the environment, civil society, religion, and academia.EligibilityTo qualify for a Chevening Scholarship, you must:demonstrate that you have achieved a minimum English language requirement at the time that you submit your application – English requirement you can check here 4 thoughts on “Chevening UK Government Scholarships” have completed at least two years’ work or equivalent experience by 30 September 2012there are no age restrictions for Chevening ScholarshipsScholarshipA full Chevening Scholarship award normally comprises:payment of tuition fees;travel to and from your country of residence by an approved route for you only;an arrival allowance;a grant for the cost of preparation of a thesis or dissertation (if required);an excess baggage allowance;the cost of an entry clearance (visa) application for you only;a monthly personal living allowance (stipend) to cover accommodation and living expenses. The monthly stipend will depend on whether you are studying inside or outside London. It is currently £917 per month outside London and £1134 per month inside London (subject to annual review).How to apply?1. Registering your interest: You should register your interest in the Chevening Scholarships programme and sign up to receive notifications of application opening and closing dates for your country via the country pages of the Chevening website.2. Applying through eChevening: To apply for a Chevening Scholarship, you must complete and submit an online eChevening application form. If you have registered on the Chevening website you will be notified when the eChevening site is open for applications. The opening and closing dates for each country will be available on the country pages of the Chevening website.Your eChevening application form will ask you to demonstrate that you meet the Chevening minimum English language requirement. You will be asked to provide details of your Academic IELTS, Pearson PTE Academic or TOEFL iBT test including the scores that you achieved for each component and your test report or certificate number.The eChevening application form will ask you to state three UK universities and courses in order of your preference. You should submit applications to your preferred.3. Review of applications: Applications will be sifted against the Chevening eligibility criteria and then reviewed by a committee chaired by a Regional Advisor and administered by the Chevening Scholarships Secretariat. The Regional Advisor will make recommendations to the local British Embassy or British High Commission about which candidates might be invited for interview.4. Invitation to interview: The final decision on which candidates are invited for interview will be made by the local British Embassy or British High Commission. Candidates invited for interview will not be reimbursed for any expenses incurred in travelling to attend the interview (unless otherwise specified in your invitation to interview letter).Before applying read carefully an application guidanceFind out more information on Chevening Scholarships and specific deadlines on the country pages. Find your countryApplications are also accepted through the partner organisations for Chevening Scholarships for specific programmes/countries. You should consult the websites indicated for details about eligible countries and how to apply. List of the websites can be found hereIf you have a question about applying for a Chevening Scholarship, please contact the organizersOfficial website Log in to Reply +1 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. on December 3, 2012 at 9:01 am By mohammad osman says: Log in to Reply The Children and Violence Evaluation Challenge Fund Call for Proposals 2012 → on December 24, 2012 at 12:12 am hold a degree that is equivalent to at least a good UK second-class honours degree. Further information on UK degree equivalency can be found from UK Naric Log in to Reply By Mladiinfo says: Similar Stories be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible country at the time of applying for the award, and intend to return there at the end of the period of study November 15, 2012 Published by iwona on December 3, 2012 at 10:07 am Chevening Scholarships for one-year master’s degrees in the UK Chevening UK Government Scholarships
Minnesota travels to Illinois with old trips still in mindThe Gophers were upset in Champaign in 2014.Carter Jones, Daily File PhotoGophers quarterback Mitch Leidner winds up a throw on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 during a game against Rutgers at TCF Bank Stadium. Mike HendricksonOctober 26, 2016Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintIt’s been two years, but Minnesota’s loss at Illinois still stings.The Gophers were on a four-game winning streak, but lost a 10-point, second-half lead to give the Fighting Illini their first conference win of the season.Quarterback Mitch Leidner said that game was brought up in their team meeting on Sunday — six days ahead of their first visit to Champaign since the 2014 matchup.“[Head coach Tracy Claeys] reminded us … of the performance we had there a couple years ago,” said Leidner, the starting quarterback for the 2014 game. “Guys are hungry and excited to go down there and redeem ourselves.” Leidner pointed to the bye week following the matchup and said players were looking forward to that and not focusing on the game itself.Defensive coordinator Jay Sawvel said it could be attributed to another reason: overconfidence.“There’s not a team out there that’s so appreciably better then somebody else that you just say, ‘Oh yeah, we’re better then them,’” Sawvel said. “That’s what happened in . We went down there and thought we were better then we were and we got beat.”All these reasons are being used as motivation to not repeat the past, Claeys said. There are many similarities between where the Gophers were in 2014 when they faced Illinois in Champaign, and where they are now.Minnesota was 6-1, compared to 5-2 now, and was coming off a close home win against an inferior opponent.On Saturday, the Gophers defeated Rutgers — a team that had been outscored 174-14 in the Big Ten this season — 34-32 on a last second, game-winning kick.The close game with Rutgers emphasized same lessons learned in the 2014 game against Illinois.“There wasn’t anybody happy. There’s nobody happy with the way we played, so we know that,” Sawvel said. “We got to play better overall than what we’ve played. We got to cut out a couple mistakes that we weren’t making the previous couple games.” Sawvel said some players will be moved down the depth chart because of poor performances against Rutgers.But just as Minnesota will look at the game against Rutgers and the 2014 game in Champaign, the group also looks back at their 2012 game at Illinois.The Gophers defeated Illinois 17-3 to make themselves bowl-eligible for the first time in three seasons.Sawvel said because the Gophers were fighting for bowl elgibility, the urgency to get a win was greater than it was in 2014. Defensive lineman Hank Ekpe said the coaches this week — Claeys, Sawvel and defensive line coach Jeff Phelps — have harped on being prepared for your opponent, no matter the skill level.After a close call with Rutgers, and an upset loss at Illinois in 2014, it’s easy to imagine why that would be one of the main messages.“You can’t always go in with the mindset thinking that an opponent is just going to roll over because you are doing well and your opponent is going to do this or that,” Ekpe said. “You always have to get the preparation throughout the week because if you don’t, you will see all around college football about how that can turn out.”Notebook:–The restraining orders on the five Gophers football players were not removed Tuesday. This doesn’t affect the players’ status for Saturday’s game as it is in Illinois and not at TCF Bank Stadium. KiAnte Hardin, one of the five players with a restraining order, is listed as a starter for the Illinois game.-Defensive tackle Steven Richardson is going through concussion protocol, Claeys said. It is not known how long he may be out but he is listed as out for the game against Illinois.-Tight end Brandon Lingen is listed as out for the Illinois game. The junior captain was a force on offense last year, but has only seen limited time in three games this season due to injury. Claeys would not rule him out for the year.-Running back Rodney Smith won the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week award after he had 257 all-purpose yards against Rutgers, including one return touchdown and one rushing touchdown. He was the first Minnesota player to win the award since David Cobb in 2014.
A pair of reports that provide an annual snapshot of childhood immunization trends shows that the vaccine exemption rate for kindergarteners rose for the third year in a row and vaccine coverage for children younger than 3 was high and stable for most vaccines.The reports, from teams led by US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), appear today in the latest issue of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR).Kindergarten levels show regional variationFor the analysis of immunization rates in kindergarteners, researchers looked at data on childhood vaccine coverage for each state for the 2018-19 school year. Overall coverage was 94.7% for two doses of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine, up slightly from 94.3% reported for the previous year. Levels were 94.9% for state-required diphtheria and tetanus toxoid and acellular pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine, down slightly, and 94.8% for varicella (chicken pox) vaccine, reflecting a slight increase.Taken together, coverage for the three vaccines remained near 95%, but the team found that coverage varied by state. For example, for the MMR vaccine, coverage ranged from 87.4% in Colorado to more than 99.2% in Mississippi. Coverage met or topped 95% in 20 states, and 2 states were below 90%.Measles outbreaks in states with high coverage, such as New York, highlight the need to assess vaccination patterns at the local level, and the CDC encourages health officials to use their local data to identify pockets of undervaccinated students.Meanwhile, the percentage of kindergarteners with an exemption to one or more required vaccines was 2.5%. That metric also varied by state, with Mississippi reporting the lowest exemption rate (0.1%) and Idaho and Oregon reporting the highest (7.7%).The level was slightly higher than the 2.3% reported for the 2017-18 school year and 2.1% reported the year before that.In a breakdown of types of exemptions, 0.3% of kindergarteners had medical exemptions and 2.2% had nonmedical ones.Though the overall percentage of kids with vaccine exemptions increased again, the authors said the unvaccinated group still represents a small proportion of kindergarteners and that in 25 states, the number of nonexempt undervaccinated kids exceeded the number of those with exemptions.The findings can help guide strategies to counteract vaccine misinformation messages and systems to follow-up on undervaccinated children to ensure that they are immunized, the study authors said.Uptake trends in toddlersTo estimate vaccine coverage for toddlers, the researchers combined 2016-2018 data from the National Immunization Survey-Child on kids born in 2015 and 2016. Coverage was more than 90% for three or more polio vaccine doses, one or more MMR dose, three or more hepatitis B doses, and one more varicella dose.Compared with children born in 2013 and 2014, coverage for the current younger group increased for the birth hepatitis B vaccine dose, as well as one or more doses of hepatitis A vaccine and two or more doses of flu vaccine.The estimates also suggest, however, that kids were least likely to be up to date by age 24 months for two or more doses of flu vaccine and the combined seven-vaccine series.Overall, uninsured children and those with Medicaid or other nonprivate insurance had lower vaccine coverage rates than children who had private insurance.Looking at the big picture, the authors said the proportion of children who received no vaccinations by age 2 has increased slightly across 2011 through 2016 birth years, with an estimated change of 0.09 percentage points each year.Only 1.3% of children born in 2015 or 2016 received no vaccinations. Though the percentage is small, researcher said the patterns—including coverage gaps by insurance status, poverty level, and rural residence status—underscore several opportunities for improvement. For example, they said efforts to promote the Vaccines for Children program, which offers no-cost vaccine to eligible children, might not be reaching the at-need populations and could be modified.”Targeted programs to address logistical issues such as expanded office hours and transportation to vaccination appointments could facilitate access to vaccination services, regardless of the child’s type of insurance,” they wrote, adding that they encourage providers to use every patient encounter to screen for and offer vaccines.See also:Oct 17 MMWR report on immunizations in kindergartenersOct 17 MMWR report on immunizations in kids younger than 3
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GERMANY: The board of Vossloh AG has approved the acquisition of the permanent way business of rubber component maker Saargummi Deutschland GmbH.The rail business produces highly elastic intermediate layers and pads for rail fastening systems, and will give Vossloh’s Fastening Systems expertise in the processing of synthetic and natural rubbers. The transaction is expected to be completed in the second quarter of this year.
Phoenix Tuesday/Friday Golf GroupTuesday, November 8, Phoenix – StablefordWell into the high season now and with the threat of storms gone we experienced a full house today on the Mountain and Lake course, which is now getting back to its best after a very poor run of about 4 months of inferior conditions. At last we could say with confidence “no winter rules in place today.” Strange really when you think about it, it is now winter – best time of the year here. Today, with so many players, we divided the field into two flights with the split coming at 17 handicap.In A flight our winner was Albert Bruce with 39 points, with yours truly (Mike Gerrard) in second place with 38 points and John Stafford in third with 34.Tuesday’s winners pose with the staff at The Relax Bar.The B flight was won by Patrick Browne with 36 points, with Bob Neylon claiming second with 34 to push Derek Bannerman into third (on count back) also with 34.The winner of the KPK Food Services voucher went to Patrick Browne (shown in the photo with his impish grin) with the KPK hat going to Albert Bruce as a consolation because he has not played enough times to qualify for the voucher. (Sadly I am not allowed to claim it either).We did place out 4 near pin markers, and unfortunately they were not returned by the last group, so we put the prizes into the lucky draw. This meant 7 lucky draw prizes much to the delight of the players who had not already won something. (Another little rule in our group – any major winners or near pin winners do not get entered into the lucky draw).Our hosts The Relax Bar (owner Ung and staff with their menu advert in photo) always donate two of the lucky draw prizes each week and along with the other 5 it did not leave many players without some sort of reward. Indeed everyone that returns to the presentation gets the first drink free out of the days takings, costed at a preferential rate by the bar owners.Next week we have our new sponsor, Nemo’s Music Lounge donating the 500 baht voucher for the best score and we will play a straight stableford.We start at 12.00 noon every Tuesday and Friday and anyone wishing to join us, please contact me on 087 091 7565 to find out if there is space available. It is preferred by the group that anyone wishing to play should be reasonably proficient and hold a current official handicap.Our fishing section is also very busy now with the next two trips full. The next available dates are the 10th and 24th of December, and thereafter the second and fourth Saturday of the month.
Ancelotti told Al Primer Toque: “[James] and Di Maria are very different players. Di Maria started off well in Manchester but things have slowed down for him recently. 11/11/2014 “Di Maria could break games with his energy, but also sometimes he lost control — he lost the ball in important moments.” Sport EN The Argentine was sold controversially to Manchester United in the summer, but Real Madrid are doing just fine without him. CET Upd. at 21:12 Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti says that his former star Angel di Maria lost the ball at important moments.
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By The Nelson Daily SportsFor those people living under a rock, the month is April and not February.Which means golf courses should not be opening for the first time, but already have seen hoards of birdies, bogeys and pars.Still good things come to those who wait.And the wait is over as the 18-hole Balfour course begins the 2011 season this week.The Les Furber designed facility opens the driving range for patrons Monday before sending golfers out to the first tee box Friday, April 15th.“Last year we opened March 15th, so we’re a full month behind,” said Balfour club professional Brad Woods. “But last year it rained a lot in April so maybe we’re right on schedule.”Balfour is not the first course out of the starting gates.Woods said drier courses in Christina Lake, Creston and Birchbank have already seen players on the track.Castlegar is offering a modified nine until the snow backs off from some of the isolated parts of the course.The Balfour course is known a challenging course with clearly defined fairways capped with beautifully contoured greens. All these while players get the opportunity to witness the stunning beauty that is emphasized by the natural surroundings.Some of the highlighted tournaments this season at Balfour include the Ted Hargreaves Memorial, the Barry Crispin Memorial, the Seniors and Ladies Opens as well as the Men’s Match Play in late May.Call the Balfour pro shop at 250-229-5655 to make a tee time.No date on when Granite Pointe at Nelson will [email protected]
Ryan Connolly has rejoined Galway United for the 2018 SSE Airtricity League First Division campaign after spending a season with Shamrock Rovers.The midfield playmaker spent three seasons on Corribside, where he played a key role for the club, making 96 appearances, scoring 12 goals in the process.The Mayo man was voted on the First Division Team of the Year in his first season at Eamonn Deacy Park, he was also voted Galway United Player of the Year in 2014 when the Tribesmen won promotion to the Premier Division and he captained the club in 2016.Connolly made 31 appearances for the Hoops last season, scoring one goal against Bluebell United in the FAI Cup.United boss Shane Keegan moved quickly to secure the services of the cultured midfielder, who he believes played his best football in the maroon of Galway United.“It’s a real coup to get Ryan,” Keegan explained to www.galwayunitedfc.ie.“It’s certainly one that is going to catch the eye because of the quality that he gives us.“The biggest compliment I can pay Ryan is how highly our players spoke about him last season. At times, they would point to the qualities Ryan has and that it might’ve been something that we were missing.“I’ve had very productive discussions with him and I hope he can get the most out of Galway United and that we can get the most out of him. He could be outstanding for us next season.“It’s a huge statement to get Ryan signed, there is no doubt that he could’ve remained in the Premier Division and while he did enjoy his time at Shamrock Rovers, I think he missed being back West and he enjoyed playing his football in Galway.”Connolly maintained close contact with members of United’s squad last season and he’s pleased to be returning to Eamonn Deacy Park.“I’ve been speaking to the lads throughout the season about Shane and they said he is brilliant in all aspects of the game and I’m really looking forward to working with him next season. I thought he was very good in the discussions I had with him.“My best years have been with Galway United. It’s where I’ve felt happiest playing football. I had offers from other clubs, but the main thing was coming back to where I felt happiest. I want to go back to enjoying my football. I felt Galway United was the best option for me.“Our aim and mindset will be to win the league. It’s going to be a competitive First Division. Our manager, players and coaching staff have to be geared towards winning the division and nothing less.”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email