Future Leaders Connect offers its members the opportunity to be part of a long-term worldwide network of emerging policy leaders. You will have the chance to discuss some of the biggest global policy issues in the Houses of Parliament in London, develop your leadership skills, learn from inspirational policy leaders and make positive policy change in your country and beyond.
You will take part in a residential development programme over a number of days. Based at a world class dedicated residential leadership development and conference centre, The Møller Centre at Churchill College in Cambridge. Here you will enhance your existing leadership skills and learn policy making best practice. Working as an international group, together you will combine your individual expertise to collectively address some of the world’s greatest global challenges.
Additionally, during your stay in the UK, you will have the opportunity to meet and engage with UK Parliamentarians, visit world leading institutions and attend private meetings with inspiring leaders and policymakers.
Finally your visit will end with a one-day immersive conference in the UK Houses of Parliament themed Fast Forward: Preparing for the World Ahead of Us. The conference will be an interactive day of discussions and debates with UK Parliamentarians addressing some of the world’s most urgent issues.
Why should you apply to become a member of the British Council’s Future Leaders Connect?
- Become a member of a long-term network, connecting with other future leaders from across the world
- Access to a nine day programme of leadership and policy skill development
- Enhance your professional development
- Opportunity to have your voice and ideas heard in the UK Houses of Parliament
- Attend private meetings with some of the UK’s most senior leaders
- Visit world famous leadership institutions
- Learn from senior policy experts and campaigners
- Access to future opportunities from the British Council
Each year we will recruit more members for Future Leaders Connect. In 2017 there are 50 spaces available. This year we will welcome applicants from the following countries; Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tunisia, and the UK.
Although India and Egypt are taking part in the programme they are not taking part in the open call. Applications from these two countries may have a different eligibility criteria and application process.
Deadline: May 14, 2017
In the interests of equal access, the costs of participating in Future Leaders Connect will be covered by the British Council
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