Anthony J. Pennings, PhD


East-West Center Scholarships

Posted on | October 23, 2010 | No Comments

These scholarships are available for NYU students. The deadline is Nov 1.

The top one, EAST-WEST CENTER GRADUATE DEGREE FELLOWSHIP (GDF) is particularly good as it provides a full scholarship including housing and living allowance. I was lucky to get one for my MA and two years for my PhD (four years maximum) so I would be happy to answer any questions.

One of our DCOM students, Shawn Hall, received an ASIA-PACIFIC LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (APLP) scholarship. Shawn recently finished his MBA from NYU Polytechnic.

Barack Obama’s mother and step-father from Indonesia met as degree fellows at the EWC and his sister Maya Soetoro-Ng, who got her PhD from NYU, works there now. It will also host the APEC meeting in 2011.


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