Call for Applications:Commonwealth Professional Fellowships for 2015

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The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) on behalf of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO) invites applications for Commonwealth Professional Fellowships for 2015. The scheme supports mid-career professionals from developing Commonwealth countries to spend around three months with a UK host organisation on a programme of professional development. The CTO intends to apply to the CSC to host Fellows on six work programmes.

The CTO’s application process has two stages. First, applicants are invited to submit an application, detailed in the application procedure, to the CTO by 31 August 2014. From these the best six candidates will be selected on whose behalf the CTO will submit applications to the CSC. Please refer to the work programmes for 2015 for more information.

 Priority Areas

  1. Skills Development
  2. ICTs and disability
  3. Youth and ICTs
  4. Cyber Security
  5. Mobile Broadband
  6. Regulation

Eligibility:

Applicants should be:

  • From a Full Member Country of the CTO (other than the UK).
  • Mid-career professionals with at least five years’ relevant work experience in the field to which the selected work programme belongs
  • The CTO champions diversity in the workplace, and applicants from people from all backgrounds living in Full Member Countries of the CTO (other than the UK) are welcome to apply.

For application and more information;click  here

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Posted on June 12, 2014, in Africa, Career, Fellowship and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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