Scholarship Info: Fellowship for USA Graduate Students | Fellowship for Engineers and Transportation Professionals, USA

2011 IRF Fellowship for Graduate Students in Engineering and Transportation managers, USA

International Road Educational Foundation funded  IRF Fellowship for Engineers and Transportation Professionals, USA

Study Subject: Development of Better and Safer Roads
Course Level: Graduate Engineers
Scholarship Provider: International Road Educational Foundation
Scholarship can be taken at: USA

Demonstrated potential as next-generation leaders in the highway industry – financing, administration, planning, design, construction, operations, and maintenance.
Three to fifteen years of progressive work experience in transportation.
A Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent) in a transportation-related discipline.
The ability to actively engage in study and/or research in English.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Scholarship Description: The IRF Fellowship Program for graduate engineers and transportation managers has been a cornerstone in the work of the International Road Federation for more than 50 years. The Program provides a one-time grant toward the costs of university graduate study in fields related to the development of better and safer roads and road networks worldwide. Through the International Road Educational Foundation, the IRF awards grants to graduate engineers and other transportation professionals from around the world in support of full-time academic training. With this the IRF actively supports the future generations who will build the road networks. Graduates of the Program comprise a highly skilled, efficient and productive body of experts which today exerts a strong influence on the orderly development of road transportation systems around the world. Many Fellows have become high government officials as well as leaders in the private sector and in academia, where they are in a position to exercise a multiplier effect in the transfer of technology and information. Through the IRF Fellows Alumni Association founded in 1993 by the late Dr. Sadamu Mino, strong bonds are formed among the Fellows, the IRF and IRF’s member organizations.

Scholarship Application Deadline: September 30, 2011

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