2015 University of London Governance and Development in Africa Residential School - Full Scholarship

2015 University of London Governance and Development in Africa Residential School: The annual residential school on governance and development is part of the Governance for Development in Africa programme that SOAS-University of
London run in collaboration with the Mo Ibrahim Foundation. This initiative aims to contribute to and stimulate debate on governance, development, and the
relationship between them. About 20 participants from a range of African countries, and representative of the academic, civil society and government sectors will gain, through this training, new ideas and knowledge on the broad issue of governance and development.
The 2015 “Governance and Development in Africa” Residential School will be held in Marrakech, Morocco, 22 to 25 March 2015. 

Eligibility
In order to be eligible applicants should:
  • Have at least a Masters degree in areas related to Governance or 5 years professional experiences in fields relevant to the theme of Governance and Development in Africa;
  • Have knowledge of English and French (the official language of the school is English, however some sessions will be in French).
  • Preference is given to applicants from North and West Africa.

Costs
The organizers will cover accommodation, meals and travel costs (economy flights).

Application
In order to apply interested candidates must submit the following documents:
  • CV including email address for correspondence;
  • One reference letter (can be email directed by referee);
  • Proposal of max 1500 words outlining research interest and/or professional background and how the applicant will benefit from attending the Residential School.


Completed applications should be sent electronically to: ab17(at)soas.ac.uk. For more information, Follow this Link to Visit the Official Web Page.

The deadline to apply is 31 December 2014.

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