first_img Krusevo International Youth Conference, Macedonia → July 5, 2013 Published by tatjana +1 LinkedIn 0 By Bleki says: Share 0 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Pocket Tweet 2 thoughts on “DG Interpretation Study Bursaries” Dear Bleki, Please read the post carefully. The study bursaries are for students who have applied or intend to apply for a full Master/postgraduate course in conference interpreting offered for the year 2013/2014 by a recognized university or university-level institution in the countries listed in the post. The bursary is to help the student towards their study expenses. As for “legal paper entity” you may check more at the official website. Templates are available at the official website as well. Best regards,Mladiinfo team Reddit CfP – The Arts of Editing: Past, Present and Future DG Interpretation Study Bursaries Hello, I wanted to ask a few things things.For how long this master program lasts?And, what exactly implies the “legal paper entity” ? By Mladiinfo says: ← Abe Research Fellowship Program Competition on August 8, 2013 at 1:25 pm Traineeship in the Directorate General for Interpretation Summer School in Economics and Philosophy in San Sebastian Log in to Reply Deadline: 16 September 2013Open to: nationals of EU Member States and candidate countries (Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey) who applied for a full Master in conference interpretingScholarship: 2,400 € EU nationals, 1,600 € candidate country nationalsDescriptionAs a provider of an inter-institutional service, DG Interpretation’s mission is to ensure that a sufficient number of qualified conference interpreters are available to enable the Union institutions to function properly. The aim of the bursaries is to facilitate access for interpreting students to high-level courses. A wider range of applicants will allow universities to improve the quality of the students admitted and their rate of success in their university examinations and in the selection and recruitment tests and competitions of the European Union, thereby improving the interpreting resources available to the Union institutions.EligibilityApplicants must fulfil the following criteria:Be a national of the EU Member States or candidate countries (Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey);Be in possession of a university degree or equivalent qualification or be in the final year of a course leading to a university degree or equivalent qualificationHave applied or intend to apply for a full Master/postgraduate course in conference interpreting offered for the year 2013/2014 by a recognised university or university-level institution.Have the following language combinations:1. Excellent command of your active language, and a very good passive knowledge ofa) at least one of the languages Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and b) of one or more of the following languages: Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish or of the language of a candidate country (Icelandic, Macedonian, Montenegrin, Serbian and Turkish);2. Excellent command of two languages (to mother tongue level) of which one is a language mentioned under 1.a above and the other one of the languages mentioned under 1.b;3. Excellent command of your active language and a perfect understanding of at least two of the languages mentioned under 1.a.BursaryThe amount of the bursary will be:2,400 € for those studying in a member state;1,600 € for those studying in a candidate country / non Member StateThe bursary will consist of one single payment. In granting study bursaries, preference will be given to applicants offering a language combination which is most suited to DG Interpretation’s current and foreseeable requirements. Selection will be based on the applicant’s language combination and on the assessment of the potential of the candidate.ApplicationApply online here by completing application form until 16 September 2013 and upload the following documents:a copy of your passport or identity card;a detailed CV, listing all your qualifications;a short motivation letter (max. 800 characters), written in English, French or German;the university admission certificate;the form related to your bank details (together with a copy of a bank account statement);the legal entity papera copy of your last university degreeif necessary and if requested, a dossier describing your training institution and your course.The originals of the university admission certificate, the bank details form and the legal entity paper must be sent by post by 30 September 2013 to the address:EUROPEAN COMMISSIONDG Interpretation BURSARIESB100 – 7/27B – 1049 BRUSSELSFor more information please visit the official website. on August 8, 2013 at 1:57 pm Similar Stories Log in to Reply last_img read more

first_img We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Horse Sport Enews More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business. Email* It was a vintage Leopoldo Palacios (VEN) course design, 17 jumping efforts, 580 metres in distance and it all had to be done in under 87 seconds.  The course was every bit as hard as looked as it got the best of 40 of the 43 entries in today’s ConocoPhillips Canada Cup.The first to master the course was Antonio Maurer (MEX), he was the eleventh in the ring and rode his gelding As Hyo Hugo perfectly.  The proved that the course could be beat and for a while it looked as though they would be the only one’s to do it.The next clear round came 21 rounds later from the young Sean Crooks (USA).  Crooks took advantage of being able to watch so many other rounds and he beat the course handily with his Holstein mare, Cincinatti LA Silla.  There would now be a jump-off of at least two.The last person to join the jump-off pack was Canadian Mario Deslauriers and his Belgian Warmblood gelding, Urico.  Deslauriers is coming off a career week at the Spruce Meadows “National” Tournament where he won the Nexen Cup Derby.Deslauriers was the last to go in the jump-off.  He first watched Maurer let go over the last fence and walk out of the ring with a four fault round, but a fast time of 43.54 seconds.  He would have to be fast or perfect but preferably both if he was going to win the ConocoPhillips Canada Cup.“You have to be careful when you’re the last to go and you have to go clean,” said Deslauriers.  He was careful; finishing the jump-off with the only double clear of the competition.  “I ride so much better when I’m sitting on great horses,” added Deslauriers after his win.ConocoPhillips Canada Cup top 101-         Mario Deslauriers                 CAN               Urico2-         Antonio Maurer                     MEX               As Hyo Hugo3-         Sean Crooks                        USA               Cincinatti La Silla4-         Jonathan Millar                     CAN               Vianco V/D Rampaarden5-         Antonio Chedraui                  MEX               Don Porfirio6-         Alejandro Karolyi                  VEN               Missisipi L.S7-         Mario Deslauriers                 CAN               Diablo8-         Rodrigo Pessoa                     BRA               Cazino9-         Norman Dello Joio                USA                Notre Star De La Nutria10-       Rodrigo Pessoa                    BRA                Champ 163Next up for the Canadian is tomorrow’s $100,000 CN Performance Grand Prix.  Deslauriers will be riding Paradigm, who he has already won the Nexen Cup Derby with.  If the pair continue to perform as well as they have they will have a chance to join the great list of athletes who have already won the CN Performance Gand Prix.Not among those names is Canadian Gold Medal Olympian, Eric Lamaze.  The CN Performance is the one leg of the $1 million CN Precision Series that he has failed to win.  With his stallion Hickstead, Lamaze will look to break that trend tomorrow. Standing in his way will be two-time defending champions Beezie Madden and Judgement.  The pair won the competition last year in what was one of the most exciting finishes in its history, as they so narrowly beat Mexican Jaime Azcarraga.The CN Performance Grand Prix is the second leg of the CN Precision Series.  Canada’s Ian Millar won the first leg, the CN Reliability Grand Prix, during this summer’s “National” Tournament.  If Millar win’s tomorrow he will win an added $50,000 bonus for winning two legs of the Series.The CN Peformance Grand Prix is the final competition of the 2009 “Continental/Skyliner” Tournament.  It will begin at 1:30 pm on Meadows on the Green.  Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! SIGN UP last_img read more

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first_img 19 September 2018, 22:33 The Irish Show Jumping team are in 10th place of 25 teams after today’s (Wednesday) opening speed competition at the 2018 World Equestrian Games in North Carolina, USA.Ireland, managed by Rodrigo Pessoa and sponsored by Devenish & The Underwriting Exchange, are less than one fence off the medal positions at this early stage of the competition.Shane Sweetnam and Chaqui Z are less than one fence off top spot after round 1 of the Show Jumping competition at the World Equestrian Games in the USA (Photo: Erin Gilmore)Cork’s Shane Sweetnam was the first to jump from a massive start list of 124 riders and despite the early draw, he put down an excellent marker with Chaqui Z, crossing the line clear in 80.19 seconds. That puts Sweetnam into 15th place and they are the highest placed of the Irish individually at this early stage, just under one fence behind Swiss leader Steve Guerdat with Bianca.Riding the anchor leg for Ireland, Cian O’Connor and Good Luck had a fast time of 77.72 and despite lowering one fence, their score of 81.72 leaves them in 23rd place individually and are just over a fence outside the medal places.Limerick’s Paul O’Shea and Skara Glen’s Machu Picchu knocked the very first fence, but jumped the rest of the course clear to finish on a score of 87.33, putting O’Shea into 62nd position.Tipperary’s Shane Breen and Ipswich Van De Wolfsakker lowered a single fence in 84.26 and with four seconds added for each knocked fence, that left Breen on 88.26 in 68th spot.Switzerland hold the lead in the team competition with Netherlands in second and Brazil in third at this early stage.The second round of the team and individual Show Jumping competition at the World Equestrian Games takes place tomorrow, Thursday, after which only the top 10 teams will make it through to Friday’s round to decide the team medals. The top six teams from Friday’s team final will have the added bonus of Olympic qualification.The leading 25 riders will then go forward to Sunday’s individual final, which is set over two rounds at a massive 1m65, following which the new Show Jumping World Champion will be crowned.The Irish Show Jumping team is sponsored by The Underwriting Exchange and DevenishEquiline – Official athlete clothing supplier of Team Ireland EquestrianAbout the FEI World Equestrian GamesThe FEI World Equestrian Games™, held every four years in the middle of the Olympic cycle, is one of the biggest events on the golbal sporting calendar, combining eight equestrian World Championship caliber events in a pre-determined location. The FEI disciplines – Jumping, Dressage and Para-Equestrian Dressage, Eventing, Driving, Endurance, Vaulting and Reining – are all included on the competition schedule, while equestrian-focused demonstrations and exhibitions will also be hosted throughout the duration of the event. The 2018 edition of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ is being held in Mill Spring, NC, USA over thirteen days from September 11-23rd, 2018 at Tryon International Equestrian Center.More details – Media contact Brian Hennessy 087 6120717 Email: [email protected] Home  »  General  »  Irish Show Jumping team in touch with medal places after first round at World Equestrian Games Irish Show Jumping team in touch with medal places after first round at World Equestrian Games Tags:last_img read more