World Bank to Finance Scholarships in Heritage-Related Disciplines

 
Ravello, Italy. Photo: The World Bank
[10 August 2011] --  
The World Bank will finance five scholarships for bachelor graduates in heritage-related disciplines from countries in the North Africa and Middle East (MNA) or the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) regions.  Click on the acronyms to get a complete list of eligible countries.
 
Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and a motivation letter by email to Prof. Patrizia Riganti (patrizia.riganti@nottingham.ac.uk), University of Nottingham (United Kingdom) by August 18, 2011, midnight, London time.

Selection criteria:

  1. Bachelor degree in heritage-related disciplines;
  2. 30 years of age or younger (must be born after August 1, 1981); and
  3. Be national of, and live in one of the countries of the North Africa and Middle East (MNA) or the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) regions.  Click on the acronyms to get a complete list of eligible countries.
Conference Series
The World Bank is pleased to announce the launch of the conference series on Culture, Economics, and Cities. The conference series aims to gather scholars working at the boundaries of various disciplines such as economics, heritage conservation, urban development, and sustainable tourism.
 
The first conference of this series will be held on 14-16 September 2011, at Villa Rufolo, Ravello Italy.
 
For further information, please visit www.cecseries.org

These grants have been made possible thanks to the generosity of the Italian Republic, through the World Bank-managed Cultural Heritage Trust Fund.
 
2011 CEC International Conference
World Heritage at Risk. The economics of tangible and intangible heritage under threat
14 - 16 September 2011. Villa Rufolo, Ravello Italy
 
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