Bolsas de estudo e viagem

Os vencedores das Bolsas de Viagem AOTP 2016 são os seguintes:

 

Abordagens, métodos e técnicas de ensino do português como segunda língua em escolas públicas do Estado de Goiás.

Layane Rodrigues de Lima Santos

Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brasil

Universidade de Brasília, Brasil

 

Compreensão Intercultural no ensino-aprendizagem de Português Língua Estrangeira na China

Manuel Pires

Universidade de Sun Yat-sen, China

Bolsa da AOTP para participar do VI EMEP

Bolsa da AOTP

A AOTP – American Organization of Teachers of Portuguese tem o prazer de anunciar que vai disponibilizar duas bolsas, no valor de $500 cada uma, a todos os membros da AOTP que queiram apresentar o seu trabalho no VI EMEP – Encontro Mundial sobre o Ensino de Português. As bolsas destinam-se a professores e estudantes que manifestem interesse, depois de verem as suas propostas aprovadas pela comissão científica, e vão ajudar a financiar as viagens dos autores. Os beneficiários concordam em reconhecer o apoio da AOTP durante as suas apresentações no VI EMEP.

Elegibilidade para a Bolsa da AOTP para participar do VI EMEP. Os candidatos devem demonstrar o seguinte:

- Ser membros da AOTP com a anuidade em dia (em caso de empate, os membros com senioridade têm precedência)

- Ter tido uma proposta aprovada pela comissão científica do VI EMEP

Procedimento

- Preencher o formulário nesta página até dia 1 de abril.

- Os resultados serão anunciados no dia 15 de abril.

- As bolsas serão entregues na sessão de abertura do VI EMEP.

Critérios de Avaliação

- Originalidade da proposta

- Qualidade da proposta

- Dedicação aparente ao ensino de português como língua estrangeira, de herança ou materna

Candidaturas

As candidaturas devem ser submetidas eletronicamente através deste formulário. Boa sorte.

Quaisquer questões sobre o processo de candidatura ou as candidaturas podem ser enviadas para info@emepsite.com.

Full Scholarships for Intensive Language Study at the Middlebury Summer Language Schools

Full Scholarships Available for Intensive Language Study at the Middlebury Summer Language Schools– The Kathryn Davis Fellows for Peace will cover the cost of one summer of language study (tuition, room, and board)—from the beginner to advanced level—in Portuguese. The deadline has been extended to January 24, 2016. See the website for application details.

 

Middlebury School of Portuguese-- Take three classes in Portuguese and earn 9 credit hours at the 7-week immersion program in Middlebury, Vermont.

 

Need-based Financial Aid Available to All Students –Learn more about financial aid and other scholarships and fellowships.

 

The Middlebury Language Schools celebrated its Centennial in 2015. Our website has more information on all eleven Language Schools, the Language Pledge®,  activities and the online application. To receive more information by email, please fill out this form.

 

Middlebury College Language Schools

Middlebury, VT  05753

(802) 443-5510

languages@middlebury.edu

Kathryn Davis Fellowship for Peace

The Davis Fellows for Peace awards aim to fulfill the intention of the late philanthropist Kathryn Wasserman Davis. As development of intercultural understanding is essential to reducing conflict, the study of languages has become increasingly important. Mrs. Davis challenged us to "bring about a mindset of preparing for peace instead of preparing for war."

The 100 annual fellowships are intended for exceptionally qualified individuals with demonstrated interest in one or more of the following areas: international, global, or area studies; international politics and economics; peace and security studies; and/or conflict resolution. Those in other fields, including working professionals, are encouraged to apply if their field of expertise requires them to study one of the languages offered.

 

As part of the application, a brief essay is required, reflecting past experience and future aspirations to contribute to more peaceful relationships between people, institutions, or communities, and highlighting the role of language in fostering those relationships and in helping to mediate conflict -- and how the applicant envisions doing so. Only applicants demonstrating this outlook will be considered. See below for additional requirements.

 

Now in its ninth year, the Fellows for Peace awards cover tuition, room, and board for one summer in the Language Schools at any level of study. The award does not cover travel, books, or incidentals. The fellowships are highly competitive, merit-based awards open to all Language School applicants. This fellowship is available to U.S. citizens and international students and professionals.

POY Fellowship Program (Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce)

The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce officially launched the POY Fellowship Program. Consistent with the Chamber’s mission to foster stronger bilateral ties between Brazil and the United States, this program awards scholarships to exceptional young professionals who are pursuing graduate studies and who demonstrate the distinctive potential to become great leaders within the Brazilian-American community.

The POY Fellowship Program consists of highly selective support scholarships for outstanding students who (1) boast an impressive record of professional leadership and accomplishments; (2) have a background that reflects a grounded and consistent interest in US-Brazil relations; and (3) have already been accepted into a graduate Master’s program (MSc, MA, or MBA) at a highly reputable university.

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