The Tibet Fund has provided her 2020 Tibetan Scholarship Program (TSP) which is however open for India and Nepal postgraduate applicants to study for Masters degree in the field of available for various subjects offered by any university in the United States.
You can apply for this program simply by reading through this page for full details on how to process your scholarship application.
The Tibet Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in New York, NY. Founded in 1981 under the auspices of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, The Tibet Fund is the primary funding organization for the health, education, refugee rehabilitation, cultural preservation and economic development programs that enable Tibetans in exile and in their homeland to sustain their language, culture and national identity.
- Course Level: Masters Degree
- Scholarship can be taken in: Any University in the United States
- Number of awards: Unspecified
- Nationality: For applicants of India and Nepal
Field of Study:
- Available for various subjects- check the link for the complete list
- Partial funding
- Applicants should be born on or after January 1, 1983.
- Applicants must have completed at least four years of academic work after Class XII, including a three-years Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university. The fourth year can be your Bachelor of Education credentials or your Master’s degree first year academic credentials. TSP will not accept partial computer courses, vocational training, and diplomas from a non-recognized academic institution in India and Nepal.
- Interested candidates must have secured a minimum of 50% in their Bachelor’s; Master’s; Bachelors of Education and Post Graduate Diploma Program.
- Applicants who have completed or are pursuing an M. Phil or a Ph. D degree is not be considered for the TSP.
- Applicants must submit one (1) passport size photo.
- The applicant must submit a copy of his/her resume and a short essay, no more than 500-700 words, explaining why they are applying for the Tibetan Scholarship Program (TSP) and what they hope to achieve from it.
- Registration Certificate (RC) / Refugee Certificate (RC):
- TSP Applicants in India: Applicants must submit photocopies of his/her Registration Certificate (RC), and that of his/her parents and spouse (if married).
- TSP Applicants in Nepal: Applicants who reside in Nepal must have a Refugee Certificate (RC). If an applicant does not possess an RC, then he/she can submit either one of their parent’s RCs with the applicants’ name stated in the document. In addition, the applicant must obtain a letter from his/her respective Settlement Officer, certifying that he/she is a Tibetan refugee residing in Nepal.
- Official transcripts.
- All documents submitted for the TSP must be attested either by a CTA gazette officer (the rank of Joint Secretary and above) or notarized by a Notary Officer/Settlement Officer.
- Participants will be required to apply for a J-1 exchange visitor visa from the U.S. Embassy. Selection as a TSP candidate does not guarantee approval for an exchange visa. Applicants who have prior visa denials from the U.S. Embassy must inform The Tibet Fund, the CTA’s DoE and the Tibetan Student Selection Committee in Nepal.
- If the applicant is serving in an institution, a “No Objection Certificate” is required.
TSP Applicants from India, please send your application materials to the following address:
Department of Education
Central Tibetan Administration
Gangchen Kyishong, Distt. Kangra Dharamsala – 176 215
Website: www. http://sherig.org/en/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/doe.lobyon/
Applicants from Nepal, please send your application materials to the following address:
TSP – Student Selection Committee Nepal Snow Lion Foundation
PO Box no. 1313
Fax: 00977-1-5000048 firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date for Applications:
- The last date to apply for Tibetan Scholarship Program (TSP) Announcement India and Nepal is 16th March 2019