Higher Education for Development
Knowledge, Partnership, Results
Proposed Scholarships †
2009 Request for Applications
U.S.-Mexico Training, Internships, Exchanges, and Scholarships (TIES) University Partnerships
Proposed Scholarships*† Yes No Number Estimated Cost from USAID/HED per Individual Proposed Cost share per Individual Estimated Total Cost
1. Undergraduate or graduatelevel training in the United States for Mexicans, resulting in degrees* 2. Undergraduate or graduatelevel training in the United States for Mexicans not resulting in degrees* 3. Undergraduate or graduatelevel training in Mexico for Mexicans with U.S. faculty or via distance education resulting in degrees* 4. Undergraduate or graduatelevel training in Mexico for Mexicans with U.S. faculty or via distance education not resulting in degrees* 5. Dual degree programs for Mexicans with training in the United States and/or Mexico* 6. Specialty training and sabbaticals for Mexican faculty* *Indicates program components in which undergraduate or graduate scholarships of two academic semesters can be proposed to count toward the total number of scholarships (5 or more) supported. Scholarship expenses may be covered by core award or cost share funds. Scholarships are tallied in units of two graduate-level academic semesters completed by single participant; no half scholarships may be counted. (N.B.: An individual who studies three (3) academic semesters is counted as one (1) scholarship; if an individual completes four (4) academic semesters, it is counted as two (2) scholarships, etc.). Internships that are for academic credit may be counted toward scholarships, and summer sessions that are equivalent to a semester at the institution where they are undertaken may be counted toward scholarships. †Proposed components of the partnership must be explained fully in the Annual Workplan. These costs should be fully explained on the HED budget detail form.