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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

Who is offering the program?

Mongolia – Australian Scholarships Program (MASP) is an Australian Government initiative, in cooperation with the Cabinet Secretariat of the Government of Mongolia.

Why has the program been developed?

  • Mongolia – Australian Scholarships Program has been established to develop the human resource capacity within the Mongolian economy in the public, private and civil sectors through expanded access to higher education and training and professional linkages in Australia.
  • To ensure that graduates from the program benefit from the post graduate study and their sponsoring ministry, agency or organisation that employs them.

What is the purpose of Mongolia – Australian Scholarships Program?

The Australian Development Scholarships program has been established to manage the full range of scholarships available in Australia. This web page provides general information on the program and links for further information.

The Mongolia – Australian Scholarships Program office enables interested applicants to gain specific information regarding the scholarships, eligibility and conditions for each scholarship.

Each scholarship has a different purpose and eligibility criteria. This information provides links to specific information on the different scholarships.

For detailed information please contact the MASP office.

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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

SCHOLARSHIPS

A range of scholarships are offered through the Mongolia – Australian Scholarships Program (MASP).

Applicants will need to examine each of the following scholarship opportunities to decide which scholarship best meets their need.

Australian Development Scholarships (ADS)
Managed by AusAID

further information & register your expression of interest >>

ADS [External website] >>

Australian Leadership Award Scholarship (ALAS)
Managed by AusAID

Australian Leadership Award Fellowships (ALAF)
Managed by AusAID
Endeavour Awards
Managed by Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR)
The University of Wollongong Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention Scholarships

further information>>

Carnegie Mellon University – AusAID Scholarships

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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

HOW TO APPLY

Each of the scholarships described require different application requirements.

Australian Development Scholarships (ADS)
Managed by AusAID

Two-step process including:

1. REGISTER your Expression of Interest

2. Following assessment of your expression of interest you may be invited to submit an application which will be sent to you by the MASP office.

ADS [External website] >>


Australian Leadership Award Scholarship (ALAS)

Managed by AusAID

Applications for the 2009 ALA intake open on 01 April 2008 and close 30 June 2008. See Application Information below.

Australian Leadership Award Fellowships (ALAF)
Managed by AusAID

Applications for Round 4 will open on Thursday 24 July 2008 and close at 5 pm on Wednesday 27 August 2008. Round 5 is scheduled to open in December 2008 and close in early February 2009.

Endeavour Awards
Managed by Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR)

Applications for the 2010 Endeavour Awards will open in April 2009. Please note a second round of the 2009 Endeavour Executive Awards will open on 1 December 2008.

Further information and online application or postal application forms>>
The University of Wollongong Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention Scholarships

Further information>>


Carnegie Mellon University – AusAID Scholarships

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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

NEWS/EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENT:
Official Opening of the Mongolia – Australian Scholarships Program and office
at a date to be announced
ADVERTISED:
Scholarships for Masters’ Degree Study In Australia 2010

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“The ADS program benefited me 150%
I think.  It gave me more than I expected.’

MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

ACHIEVEMENTS

Tsogtbaatar

DAMDIN TSOGTBAATAR was working for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs when he was awarded an Australian Development Scholarship.  After returning home he specialised in Economic and Trade Cooperation and is now the Foreign Policy Advisor to the President of Mongolia. Damdin has also several articles and chapters on International Trade and Business Law.

Mr Tsogtbaatar has fond memories of Australia and the opportunities that were provided to him through the ADS program.  He is now an avid member of the Mozzie (Australian Mongolian Alumni Association) community in Mongolia. Read more…

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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

ALUMNI

This page is under construction.

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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

LINKS

Australian Development Scholarships (ADS) http://www.ausaid.gov.au/scholar/
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations http://www.deewr.gov.au/
Endeavour Awards http://www.endeavour.deewr.gov.au/

MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

TENDER

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SERVICES AND A PROGRAM OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING/IELTS PREPARATION

The Mongolia-Australian Scholarships Program (MASP) is a Program of Australian Government scholarships assistance to Mongolia and managed by Coffey International Development Pty Limited. MASP supports capacity building of staff in targeted ministries and for business and NGOs through targeted fields of study by providing Australian Development Scholarships (ADS). Candidates for these scholarships require a level of English language competency to gain access to university programs in Australia.

MASP requires the services of an organisation that can provide English language testing services and a program of English language training in-Mongolia for ADS applicants. The English language testing involves the testing for ADS eligibility and IELTS testing. The English language training involves the development and conduct of three English language courses each of 12 weeks duration. The courses are in two classes each with a cohort of up to 20 applicants covering Advanced English (Course 1), English for Academic Purposes (Course 2), and English for Academic Purposes/IELTS Preparation (Course 3). The service is for three years with the first program commencing in November 2008 until August 2009, the second from November 2009 to August 2010, and the third from November 2010 to August 2011.

The selection of a Service Provider is by open tender. The tender documents, which include a detailed scope of services, are available from the Deputy Program Manager, MASP,
at Room # 201, Building 8, Behind National IT Park, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Additional information regarding this tender and tender documents can be obtained by telephoning the Deputy Program Manager at (976 11) 318852 and (976) 99793002 and email masp@magicnet.mn

Tender documents can also be downloaded below:

– Request for Tender
Scope of Services
Subcontractor Agreement

The tender closes at 5.00 pm on Monday 8th September 2008.

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MONGOLIA – AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM (MASP)

CONTACT US

Coffey International Development is the manager in Ulaanbaatar for the
Mongolia Australian Scholarships Program (MASP).

The MASP office is located in:
Suite 201, Building #8,
Behind IT Park,
Sukhbaatar District
Ulaanbaatar City

Telephone: (976 11) 318852
Fax: (976 11) 322284
Email: masp@magicnet.mn

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