Due Date: September 23, 2019
Applications are open for the Africa Effort for Governance (AIG) Scholarships 2020/2021 To attain the objective of being a driver for public sector change, AIG will every year, for 5 years beginning in 2017, fund 5 scholarships for impressive West Africans from all backgrounds who are enthusiastic about the general public sector, to pursue the Master of Public Law at the Blavatnik School of Federal Government, University of Oxford.
The AIG Scholarships are targeted at graduates with strong intellectual ability, impressive scholastic accomplishments, management abilities and an enthusiasm to add to the advancement of Africa’s public sector. Upon graduation, AIG Scholars will be anticipated to go back to their house nation and use their knowing experience as modification representatives in their nation’s public sector.
- The AIG Scholarships are totally moneyed covering costs, lodging and living costs, does not cover travel or visa costs nevertheless.
- Be a person of Nigeria or Ghana
- Be in between the ages of 25 and 35 years (need to not be 36 years of ages by December 31, 2019)
- Have a first-rate or second-class upper bachelor’s degree with honours (or comparable global credentials), as a minimum, in any discipline. For candidates with a degree from the U.S.A., the minimum GPA looked for is 3.7 out of 4.0
- Be ideally leading 10% of finishing class (Very first, 2nd or Master’s Degree)– proof to be supplied
- Offer proof of game-changing management and resultant effect
- Program abilities and interests beyond academics (proof to be supplied)
Please keep in mind that:
- Academic difference and management capacity are essential concerns for choice.
- When it comes to prospects with second-class upper credentials, a Master’s, 2nd degree or pertinent expert certification will be a benefit.
- Just candidates shortlisted for the next phase of the choice procedure will be gotten in touch with and any questions relating to private application status are strictly restricted.
- Applications sent out by means of post or face to face are NOT appropriate.
- Prospects who become finalists in the Africa Effort for Governance (AIG) choice procedure will be anticipated to use straight to the Blavatnik School of Federal Government, University of Oxford, for admissions. Finalists who are used admission to the Master of Public law will be thought about by the School in the last choice of AIG Scholars.
To learn more, see AIG Scholarships