Mo Ibrahim Foundation Academy Fellowship 2024 for Africans

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation, in collaboration with Chatham House, is excited to announce the call for applications for the Mo Ibrahim Foundation Fellowship 2024. This prestigious fellowship is designed for Africans at the early to mid-stage of their professional journey, offering a unique opportunity to engage in a personal research project over ten months at the renowned Chatham House in London. The program not only allows fellows to advance their research skills and knowledge in international affairs but also to expand their professional networks and engage in a comprehensive leadership programme.

Fellowship Overview:

  • Sponsored by: Mo Ibrahim Foundation and Chatham House
  • Type of Program: Graduate Fellowship
  • Location: Chatham House, London
  • Duration: 10 Months
  • Slots Available: Multiple
  • Eligibility: Open to African citizens, including those with dual nationality that includes an African country. Candidates should have completed at least a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, possess research experience, and be in the early-to-mid stages of their career in fields such as academia, NGOs, business, government, civil society, or media. A keen interest in international affairs and Chatham House’s mission is essential.

Benefits Offered:

Fellows will receive a monthly stipend of £2,365 to support living costs in London, in addition to coverage for relocation, visa expenses, immigration healthcare surcharge, fieldwork, travel, and potential publication costs.

Application Insight:

Prospective candidates are encouraged to apply online by the deadline of 22nd April 2024 at 11 am BST, ensuring to submit a detailed CV/resume along with a proposal for their intended research project. For more comprehensive details and to apply, potential applicants should visit the official website.

This fellowship represents a remarkable opportunity to delve into international affairs and contribute to global discussions, all while being supported by two leading institutions in the field. Don’t miss this chance to further your career and impact the world of international policy and research.

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