[USA] Master fellowship in Sustainable Interntional Development and International Health Policy and Management
Fellowships for MA Programs in Sustainable Interntional Development and International Health Policy and Management
The Master of Arts in Sustainable International Development (SID) degree program is pleased to announce the 2010 Feldman Fellowship, which will be awarded to an early– to mid-career development professional with a demonstrated commitment to integrated conservation and development.
The fellowship begins in late August 2010. The Feldman Fellow will join SID graduate students from over 40 countries at Brandeis University in an interdisciplinary study of development and project management emphasizing poverty reduction, gender,human rights and biodiversity conservation.
The Fellow will complete a year-in residence at SID, then work at a field conservation site during the second year of the program.
The Feldman Fellowship includes full tuition, fees, airfare and living expenses for the year-in-residence at Brandeis, and airfare and all university fees for the second year fieldwork. Nominations are encouraged from international and governmental development institutions and NGOs.
Self nominations are accepted, and women are especially encouraged to apply.
The Master of Science in International Health Policy & Management (IHPM) program is pleased to announce a competition in which a full tuition and fees scholarship will be awarded to an early– to mid-career development professional with a demonstrated commitment to effective health policy and management. The Scholarship for this one-year degree begins in August 2010.
The MS program is designed to train students to take on increasingly responsible roles in health policy planning, and in the management of policy and program implementation in health ministries and planning organizations, multilateral and bilateral development organizations and NGOs. Students in this one-year program learn how to make the best use of policy analysis to determine which plans work, which are the most cost-effective and which are sensitive to a country’s values and culture.
The IHPM Scholar will receive full tuition and fee remission for the 2010/2011 academic year. The scholarship does NOT cover airfare, health insurance or any living expenses. Although nominations are encouraged from international and governmental development institutions and NGOs, self-nominations are accepted. Women and candidates with experience in policy, service delivery or education-related work with poor and vulnerable populations are especially encouraged to apply.
See the Attached Documents for More information.
For more information on Brandies, see http://heller.brandeis.edu/sid/