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Asian Development Bank – Japan Scholarship Programme
Deadline: July 20
Visit: https://www.auckland.ac.nz/en/study/international-students/scholarships-loans-and-funding/development-scholarships/asian-development-bank-japan-scholarship-program.html

To give chance to qualified citizens of Asian Development Bank’s developing member countries, ADB is offering Japan Scholarship Programme (ADB – JSP) to eligible candidates who wish to carry out postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Docu Film Camp 2019

Deadline: May 5
Visit: https://forms.gle/Aw7Gct1dPVHJy55F8
Contact: 070 559 353

Sunflower Film Camp, with a mission on promoting access to information, is opening its second camp to Cambodians who are interested in filmmaking. Only 30 applicants will be selected to join a 10-day Docu FilmCamp for free, which will train them on how to produce short films.

Data Science Explorers
Deadline: May 17
Visit: https://aseandse.org/

All Asean youths who are currently pursuing Diploma or Undergraduate studies in Southeast Asia are invited to take part in Data Science Explorers 2019 competition by using data analytics to pinpoint the key issues in Asean and propose solutions that can make a difference to its people.

Sasambo Greeneration Camp 4.0 in Indonesia

Deadline: May 31
Visit: https://www.youthop.com/workshops/sasambo-greeneration-camp-4-0-in-indonesia

A group of youth who is concerned about the environment and willing to take concrete actions is conducting a Sasambo Greeneration Camp, connecting young leaders around the world to share environmental issues and their similar projects as well as key solutions to tackle the environmental problems in their own community. All passionate youth aged 18-25 are encouraged to apply for this programme.

AFS Global Citizen Prize for Young Leaders

Deadline: May 31
Visit: https://afs.org/prize/

Young people who are leading a project bonding people together in terms of their differences in regards to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can apply for this competition. The AFS Global Citizen Prize for Young Leaders will be awarded to the outstanding candidate who demonstrates the best approach to foster intercultural understanding.


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