The Fuller Fellowships support early-career, post-doctoral scientists pursuing research of extraordinary importance and relevance to conservation. Fuller Fellowships link these scientists and their research to on-the-ground conservation work through WWF’s global network of conservation scientists and practitioners.

Fuller Fellows are provided with stipend and a research budget, and are co-advised by both academic and WWF mentors. Depending on the project, Fellows can be based at a research institution, at WWF, or in the field. Fuller Fellows also attend the annual Science for Nature Symposia, where they can interact with leaders in science, policy, and conservation and discuss emerging issues and challenges in conservation science.

Fellows become part of the WWF global network of results-driven scientists and conservationists. They will have access to minds and resources that are dedicated to bringing the best ideas to bear on the critical task of conserving the diversity and abundance of life on Earth. And they have the opportunity to link their research to this ongoing effort, and see their ideas put into practice.

For further information, please visit
WWF Kathryn Fuller Fellowship website




Asia Pacific Leadership Program adalah program sertifikat yang dirancang untuk memenuhi kebutuhan baru di bidang pendidikan dan sumber daya manusia dalam periode dimana saling ketergantungan di wilayah Asia Pasifik semakin meningkat. Program ini akan menciptakan jaringan pemimpin dari Amerika Serikat, Asia, dan wilayah Pasifik yang mengenal isu dan budaya di wilayahnya dan terlatih dalam kepemimpinan untuk kesejahteraan negara-negara dan rakyat di wilayahnya. Program ini telah terbentuk melalui dukungan dana dari Freeman Foundation.

Program ini mencari para profesional muda dan mahasiswa terkemuka dari Amerika Serikat dan negara-negara di wilayah Asia Pasifik. Bagi mahasiswa pascasarjana, program ini melengkapi studi di program pendidikan pascasarjana yang ditempuh di negara mereka masing-masing dengan mempertemukan mereka dengan rekan-rekan dan pengajar dari wilayah Asia Pasifik yang tidak akan mereka temukan di negaranya sendiri. Program ini terutama bertujuan untuk melibatkan para mahasiswa pascasarjana yang akan menerima gelarnya dari lembaga pendidikan tinggi di wilayah Asia Pasifik yang mungkin tidak akan memperoleh kesempatan untuk datang ke Amerika Serikat di luar program ini.

Lulusan program ini akan memiliki perspektif wilayah yang luas, pengetahuan mengenai masyarakat dan isu-isu yang berkembang di wilayahnya, dan terlatih untuk mengimplementasikan kepemimpinan dan meningkatkan kerjasama. Diharapkan para lulusan akan mencari atau kembali ke posisi-posisi di bidang usaha, pemerintahan, lembaga-lembaga swadaya masyarakat dan lembaga-lembaga pendidikan tinggi.Program ini ditawarkan kepada:
– Kaum professional muda terkemuka
– Lulusan S-1 baru
– Mahasiswa pascasarjana

Acara utama program adalah seminar inti, seminar kepemimpinan, proyek-proyek kelompok, pelajaran berdasarkan pengalaman, studi lapangan dan magang. Peserta perorangan harus terdaftar di University of Hawaii sebagai mahasiswa pascasarjana, yang memungkinkan mereka untuk berpartisipasi dalam perkuliahan elektif di University of Hawaii. Studi lapangan akan diselenggarakan sesudah perkuliahan selesai dan program akan diakhiri dengan presentasi akhir di Honolulu.

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J-1 Exchange Visitor Program – APLP Non-Degree Students

Asian Youth Fellowship

1. Features of the Asian Youth Fellowship Program

The scholarship grantees shall take a preparatory course in the Japanese language and other subjects for approximately 7 months at the Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai , situated in Osaka, Japan. Grantees shall live in the provided dormitory through the Program. The preparatory course is developed for people who have never learned Japanese language before.

Grantees will thereafter be matriculated into Japanese universities as Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) scholarship students (Research Student or regular course students) from April 2010.

The objective of AYF program is to nurture human resources for the regional cooperation and development of the area, as well as to promote and enhance friendship and mutual understanding among Asian countries.

2. Field of Study

We welcome students wishing to studying in the fields of: Humanities, Social Sciences, Engineering and Natural Sciences.

*Students pursuing study areas that would contribute to his/her country or region will be given preference.
* Fields of study must be one of those available at Japanese universities. Practical training given by factories or companies is excluded.

3. Qualifications

(1) Nationality:
Applicants must be nationals of one of the following countries; Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand or Vietnam.

(2) Age:
Applicants must be under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2010 (i.e. born on or after April 2, 1975)

(3) Academic Backgrounds:
Applicants must be university or college graduates, who have completed the fundamental education of their countries, basically of 16 years (those who will graduate from a university or college by the Registration Day of AYF may apply, but the grants may be CANCELLED if the grantees fail to arrive in Kansai on the starting day of the preparatory course).

(4) Study Area:
The study area must be in the same field as the applicant has studied (or is now studying) or a related one.

(5) Others:
a. Good proficiency in English is required.

b. Military men and military civilian employees registered on the personnel list are excluded.

c. Applicants should be in good health.

d. The grants may be canceled if grantees fail to arrive in Osaka, Japan, by the Registration Day of AYF, 2009.

e. The applicant whose spouse has already won a Japanese Government scholarship will not be selected as a grantee, and likewise in the case of a couple applying at the same time.

f. The applicant who has been awarded a Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) scholarship in the past will not be selected as a grantee unless he/she has had a few years’ research or teaching experience after returning to his/her country.

g. It is not recommended for his/her family to accompany the applicant to Japan during the AYF program.

4. Terms of Scholarship

The scholarship will be granted for a period of about 7 months, in principle, from the date of arrival in Osaka to February 2010. After completing the AYF Program, the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) scholarship will be granted according to its own regulation.

5. Grant Coverage during Preparatory Course

(1)Expenses necessary for participation in the official curriculum (transportation, teaching material, etc.)
(2)Meals during the program (partly in the form of cash allowances) and a set amount of allowances to cover miscellaneous living expenses.
(3) Accommodation (a single room) at the Institute
(4) Overseas travel insurance for disease and injury for the duration of the program
(5) Round-trip, economy-class airline between the nearest Airport from your residence and Kansai International Airport (Osaka, Japan) on the most direct and economical route.
(6) Japanese visa as a trainee.

* The above terms of the grant will be effective for the period of the preparatory course. After completing the AYF Program, grantees will proceed to Japanese universities as Monbukagakusho Scholarship students. Allowances, accommodations, and other status are subject to Monbukagakusho’s regulations.

6. Selection

(1) Japanese diplomatic missions concerned will select preliminary candidates from among applicants by means of a review of the documents submitted, in cooperation with the foreign governments concerned.

(2) Those who have been selected as the preliminary candidates will be recommended to Asian Youth Fellowship Screening Committee, Tokyo, Japan. The Committee will select grantees from among the preliminary candidates by means of an interview made in their respective countries by a mission member assigned and dispatched by the Committee.

(3) Final announcement will be provided by the Embassy of Japan in writing after Monbukagakusho’s approval to the decision by the AYF Screening Committee. The grantees of the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) scholarship for 2009 will be finally selected, on condition that they have completed the AYF preparatory course successfully, after university placement has been made.

AYF will provide the students with information on Japanese universities through the Program.

For more information please visit http://www.asiaseed.org/ayfj/