Coca Cola of academic excellence scholarship

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Convened the scholarship Coca Cola of academic excellence for undergraduate international student mobility.

areas of study are

diagnostic biochemistry
Environmental Sciences
Genomic sciences
Food Engineering
Chemical engineering
Basic biomedical research
Chemistry
Food chemistry
Biological pharmaceutical chemistry
Industrial chemistry

the rooms should be in institutions of higher education in the following countries:

Germany
Australia
Belgium
Canada
South Korea
Denmark
United States
France
Italy
Netherlands
Russia
Serbia
Sweden
Switzerland

stay lasts one academic semester.

interested parties should contact student mobility of your entity responsible for academic and online registration can be done until 3 August 2012.

requirements

Be regular degree student in the school system; have accredited the number of subjects and the appropriations referred to in the respective studies plan, in accordance with the year of entry, regardless of the semester or year where they are registered.
Submit the academic program to take at least three courses, endorsed by your academic institution.
Have taken and passed the appropriations equivalent to 50% of its curriculum, as a minimum, at the close of the call.
Have a minimum academic average of 8.5 at the end of the semester 2012-1.
Updated academic history
3 Choices of University you wish to Exchange.
Come from households whose net monthly income is equal to or less than 16 times the minimum wage ($29,918.40)
Proof of original home and copy
Copy of the IFE credence on both sides
Have the certification of the language of the University of choice with the minimum score requested by it, according to the minimum score of 80 points of the IBT TOEFL for English (or its equivalent: 550 PBT, 213 CBT; or 6.5 IELTS); or B2 for the rest of the languages.
Meet the internal requirements of international student mobility by your academic institution.

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