EFN invites mid-career professionals interested in Asian public policy matters to apply in the AsiaGlobal Fellows Program, a 13-week, interdisciplinary program designed to develop the leadership skills of tomorrow’s leaders. It consists of lectures by academics, senior government officials and business leaders, skill-training workshops, and onsite visits to Asian capitals and manufacturing centers. The Program runs from August 20 to November 16, 2018.

The Program is an initiative of the Asia Global Institute at The University of Hong Kong. Up to 16 Fellows with leadership skills and the potential to influence politics, policy-making, business, or civil society will be accepted.

About the Program

A 13-week residential program at The University of Hong Kong
Provides access to all HKU’s educational resources
Features various leadership skills workshops, seminars and lectures
Features trips to different Asian capitals and manufacturing centers
Provides numerous networking opportunities for promising future leaders in a further globalized world
Fellows will conduct policy research and produce a paper on a topic relevant to global affairs.

About the Fellows
Midcareer professionals with demonstrated leadership experience
Must have a high level of English proficiency

Financial and Administrative Details
Funded (covers housing and a monthly supplemental stipend for each Fellow)
Travel expenses to and from Hong Kong are to be covered by Fellows, other than in exceptional circumstances

Apply Online:
Click https://www.asiaglobalfellows.hku.hk/Application-Guidelines.aspx on or before January 31, 2018.




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