Monday, 7 November 2011

Australian Leadership Awards (ALA) Fellowships for Professional Programs, Australia

Australian Leadership Awards (ALA) Fellowships for study, research and professional attachment programs for Developing Country Students

Study Subject(s):Disability and development, economic growth, education, environment, food security, gender, governance, health, human rights, infrastructure, regional stability, rural development and water and sanitation
Course Level:Fellowship
Scholarship Provider: Australian Government
Scholarship can be taken at: Australia

Eligibility:
Prospective fellows identified by Australian organisations must be from an eligible country. Typically, they will be professionals already in leadership positions or have a potential to assume leadership roles that can influence social and economic policy reform and development outcomes. Individuals cannot apply for an ALA Fellowship directly. Individuals may be eligible for other Australia Awards

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East.

Scholarship Description: Australian Leadership Awards (ALA) Fellowships aim to develop leadership, address priority regional development issues, and build partnerships and linkages between Australian organisations and partner organisations in developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East. The ALA Fellowships program engages with a wide cross-section of the Australian community on aid delivery issues and priorities for development. Through ALA Fellowships, Australian organisations have the opportunity to build and strengthen links with organisations in developing countries by offering professional development opportunities in Australia.

How to Apply: By Post
Scholarship Application Deadline: 23 November 2011

Further Scholarship Information and Application

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