1,100 to take doctoral training in foreign countries in 2013

Web.HCYU. 16.01.2013. The Ministry of Education and Training has asked universities, institutes and colleges to carry out works related to enrolment for doctoral training in foreign countries in 2013, according to Project 911. Accordingly, 1,100 candidates will be enrolled. Source: CPV.

The ministries asked universities, institutes and colleges to establish councils to consider candidates who meet the regulations of the ministry, and suit the planning and lecturer demand of the establishments, in order to finalize a list of candidates by February 15th 2013.

The ministry also announced that lecturers who enrolled under Project 322 and have not gone to study, now planning to register with Project 911 and meeting adequate regulations, can complete the necessary procedures to attend training courses under Project 911.

Project 322 was postponed in May due to budget shortfall, which meant that 224 candidates who passed the entrance exam were not able to participate in the project.

The ministry will send their candidates to study in developed countries around the world and at foreign educational establishments that have committed to cooperate with the ministry.

Project 911, which has been implemented since 2010, aims to award 20,000 doctoral degree scholarships to postgraduates and teachers at colleges and universities across the country between 2010 and 2020 in order to develop a high-quality human resources that will contribute to the country’s development and international integration.

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