SCHOLARSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES IN THAILAND 2017 – APPLY NOW!


Studies: Scholarships for 20 different types of Masters and short courses in Agriculture, Food Safety, Public Health, Climate Change, Logistics and others.

Closing Date: According to the course, 4 weeks before.

Bidder: International Cooperation Agency of Thailand

Dates of study: All year 2017

Modality: Virtual & Class attending.

Deadline: According to the course

Benefits: Airfare, registration and lodging.

Type of applicant: Public in general and officials of the Panamanian State.

Requirements: Experience in the subject and command of the English language.

Further details: http://www.tica.thaigov.net/main/en/information/73804-AITC-2017-Calendar.html

Formularios: http://www.tica.thaigov.net/main/contents/files/information-20161217-152430-795372.pdf

Those interested in participating must submit documents to the following institutions:

1. Institute for Training and Exploitation of Human Resources (IFARHU), Phone: 500-4719; Mdeleon@ifarhu.gob.pa

2. General Direction of Administrative Career: Phone: 527-9382; Ilezcano@presidencia.gob.pa

List of options:

O.
Course
Training Institution
Theme
Topic
Start
End
1
Forest-based Eco-tourism Management in Thailand (Priority for CPS member countries)
(Priority for CPS member countries) Forest Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
Other SDGs related
Sustainable and
Eco-tourism
4 March
21 March
2
Train the Trainer: Food Safety Management Thailand’s National Food Institute
Food Security
– Food safety
– Thailand’s Food Innopolis

6 March
31 March
3
Sufficiency Economy Philosophy towards a Sustainable Development Burapha University
SEP
Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in case studies
12 March
26 March
4
Comprehensive Management for Pediatric and Adolescent Living with HIV/AIDS Bureau of AIDS, TB and STIs, Ministry of Public Health
Public Health
HIV/AIDs
20 March
31 March
5
Sustainable Community-Based Ecotourism Development Burapha University
Other SDGs related
Sustainable and Eco-tourism
30 April
15 May
6
Strengthening Health System: The key Contributing to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Mahidol University
Public Health
Health management reform
1 May
26 May
7
Natural Disasters Management Mahidol University
Climate Change
Natural Disasters Management
8 May
26 May
8
Management of Antiretroviral Treatment and Long-Term Adherence to ART Bureau of AIDS, TB and STIs, Ministry of Public Health
Public Health
Management of Antiretroviral Treatment
15 May
26 May
9
Green Energy for Low Carbon Society Chiang Mai University
Climate Change
Alternative energy
15 May
29 May
10
Health Promotion and Health Care Management for Preschool Children Prince of Songkla University
Public Health
Health care management of Preschool Children
5 June
30 June
11
Adapting to Climate Change: Facing the Consequence Mahidol University
Climate Change
Climate change adaption
5 June
23 June
12
Integration of Sufficiency Economy for Empowerment on Mobilizing Sustainable Development
(Priority to Lower Mekong Sub-region Member Countries) Naresuan University
SEP
Various aspects of community empowerment
5 June
25 June
13
Tropical Medicine, Community Health Care and Research Khon Kaen University
Public Health
– Tropical medicine
– Community Health Care

5 June
2 July
14
Achieving Universal Health Coverage: lessons, challenges and future directions of Thailand for international application
(Priority to Fealac Member Countries) National Health Security Office
Public Health
Universal Health Coverage
To be announced
To be announced
15
The Principle Concept and Practice of One Health for emerging Disease Management: Lesson Learn in Asia and Thailand Mahidol University
Public Health
– Emerging Diseases
– One Health Concept

1 July
31 July
16
Modern Technology for Sustainable Agricultural Systems (MoTSAS) Naresuan University
Climate Change
Adaptation in agricultural context
4 July
20 July
17
Sufficiency Economy Practices in Community-based and Economic Development
(Priority to Fealac Member Countries) Kasetsart University
SEP
– Economic development
– Poverty reduction

– Application of SEP in agriculture/ community development/ business

– Monitoring and evaluation tool for SEP Projects

3 July
4 August
18
Toward a One Health Approach to Antimicrobial Resistance Chulalongkorn University
Public Health
One Health Approach to antimicrobial resistance
3 July
28 July
19
Promotion Health Communities through Community Health Management and Empowerment Chiang Mai University
Public Health
Community Health Care
3 July
21 July
20
Sustainable Animal Production and resource Management for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Safety Khon Kaen University
Food Security
– Sustainable Animal Production
– Food safety
3 July
28 July
21
Global Warming Mitigation and Adaption by Balancing Sustainable Energy Management Prince of Songkla University
Climate Change
– Sustainable energy management
– Alternative energy

5 July
21 July
22
Green Freight and Logistics Development Mekong Institute
Climate Change
Green Freight and Logistics
31 July
10 August
23
Microcredit and Sufficiency Economy Development
(Priority to ACD Member Countries) Community Development Department, Ministry of Interior
SEP
– Microcredit
– Grass root economy

– Community empowerment

20 August
2 September
24
Moving towards SDG 2030 via Corporate Social Responsibility and Sufficiency Economy Philosophy Puey Ungphakorn School of Development Studies, Thammasart University
SEP
Corporate Social Responsibility : policy implementation and lesson-learn
4 September
15 September
25
Learning Program on Gender Equality and Women empowerment: Sharing Good Practices and Experiences of Thailand Mekong Institute
Other SDGs related
– Gender Equality
– Women Empowerment

11 September
22 September
26
Diversified Farming Practices using participatory Approach for Food Security and Safety Chiang Mai University
Food Security
– Diversified farming
– Food safety

24 September
15 October
27
Best Available Technique (BAT) and Best Environmental Practice (BEP) under the Context of United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) National Institute of Development Administration
Climate Change
Clean technology in industrial context
2 October
20 October
28
Sufficiency Economy Philosophy: Tool for Sustainable Rural Development
(Priority to CICA Member Countries) Mae Jo University
SEP
– Rural development
– Community empowerment

30 October
17 November
29
Waste Management and Wastewater Treatment for Sustainability Mahidol University
Climate Change
Waste and Wastewater Management
9 November
28 November
30
R&D in Postharvest and Processing Technology for Food Security
(Priorty to Fealac Member Countries) Mae Fa Luang University
Food Security
Postharvest management
20 November
3 December
31
Sufficiency Economy- From Theory and Practices to Standardization Mae Fah Luang University
SEP
– Agriculture
– Food Security

4 December
23 December
32
Low Carbon City Scenario Development and Implementation King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
SEP
Climate change adaptation
To be announced
To be announced
33
Energy Efficiency & Conservation for Global Warming Mitigation King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
Climate Change
Energy Efficiency
To be announced
To be announced

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Estudios: Becas para 20 diferentes tipos de Maestrías y Cursos cortos de Agricultura, Seguridad Alimentaria, Salud Pública, Cambio Climático, logística y otros.

Fecha de Cierre: Según el curso, 4 semanas antes.

Oferente: Agencia Internacional de Cooperacion de Tailandia

Fechas de estudio: Todo el año 2017

Modalidad: Virtual: Presencial

Fecha Límite: Según el curso

Beneficios: Pasaje aéreo, matrícula y hospedaje.

Tipo de postulante: Público en General y funcionarios del Estado panameño.

Requisitos: Experiencia en el tema y dominio del idioma inglés.

Mayores detalles: http://www.tica.thaigov.net/main/en/information/73804-AITC-2017-Calendar.html

Formularios: http://www.tica.thaigov.net/main/contents/files/information-20161217-152430-795372.pdf

Los interesados en participar deben entregar documentos en las siguientes instituciones:

1. Instituto para la Formación y Aprovechamiento de Recursos Humanos (IFARHU), Teléfono: 500-4719; mdeleon@ifarhu.gob.pa

2. Dirección General de Carrera Administrativa: Teléfono: 527-9382; ilezcano@presidencia.gob.pa