Thursday, December 19, 2019

University of Alberta 2020 Scholarships in Canada




Scholarship Description: Alberta University is pleased to offer its Centenary Scholarships to undertake a degree program. To international students, up to 5 scholarships are eligible.
The aim of the scholarships is to support international students who wish to pursue a degree program.
About University: A public research university based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada is the University of Alberta. It was created by Alberta's first Prime Minister, Alexander Cameron Rutherford, and its first president, Henry Marshall Tory. The Post-Secondary Education Act is its enabling statute.

Degree Level: There are scholarships available to complete a degree program.
Required Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the University's fields.
Benefits from scholarships: scholarships cover the following: $20,000 variable; payable over four years.
Number of grants: Up to 5 grants are eligible.
Eligibility: To be eligible for the award, the following criteria must be met:



Selection based on academic performance and demonstrated characteristics of leadership based on engagement in extracurricular and community activities.
Renewal of support for the second, third, and fourth years depends on obtaining at the University of Alberta a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a full normal course load when studying on a research permit. Students are required to have loans of less than 24 IB, AP or A-level.
This scholarship is not available for transfer students.

International students are eligible to apply for the scholarship.


Application procedure: Applicants may apply electronically: 

apply online under the Undergraduate Awards through the Global Major Scholarships in Bear Tracks.
If you are having difficulty accessing the Major International Scholarship application, please contact: awards-at-ualberta.ca at the time of application, applicants must have applied at the University of Alberta for admission to a degree program.

Once you apply for entry, you will obtain a CCID and password and must use it to access the application for awards.
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Monday, January 13, 2014

Jonathan Signs Bill Banning same sex marriage

ABUJA (AFP) – Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan has approved a bill banning gay marriage and same-sex partnerships that sparked international condemnation, his spokesman said on Monday.
“I can confirm that the president has signed the bill into law,” Goodluck Jonathan’s spokesman Reuben Abati told AFP, without specifying a date but adding that it happened earlier this month.
Abati said Jonathan signed off on the Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Bill 2013 because it was consistent with the attitudes of most people towards homosexuality in the west African nation.
“More than 90 percent of Nigerians are opposed to same sex marriage. So, the law is in line with our cultural and religious beliefs as a people,” he added.
“And I think that this law is made for a people and what (the) government has done is consistent with the preference of its environment.”
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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

(SAD) Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker dies in California car crash


US actor Paul Walker, who starred in the Fast & Furious series of action films, has been killed in a car crash in California.
Walker, 40, was a passenger in a Porsche sports car driven by a friend - who also died - when it crashed north of Los Angeles.
Walker was said to be attending a charity event at the time.
He starred in all but one of the films in the Fast & Furious franchise, the sixth of which opened in May.
Walker also starred in the suspense drama Hours, a movie that is set for release this month.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's department said the crash happened in the community of Valencia.
The red Porsche crashed into a lamp post in Valencia, north of Los Angeles
The sports car burst into flames after the crash
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