The Global Affairs Canada, Government of Canada is offering short-term scholarships to mid-career professionals from member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for professional development through short-term courses in Canada.
About the fellowship:
- The fellowship is open to mid-career professionals from an ASEAN member state;
- The fellowship is open to mid-career professionals from academia, civil society, the private sector (with a focus on micro, small and medium-sized businesses, and on social enterprises), and the public sector (including ministries, parastatals, state-owned enterprises, legislative and judicial bodies);
- A mid-career professional, for the extent of this scholarship program, is someone who: has worked for at least 5 and up to 20 years; is in a managerial, policy development or in a decision-making position; OR is a mid-career academic in a post-secondary academic institution, research institution or think tank; has at least two years of experience within the position; and, is not supervising more than 30 employees and/or a CAD 30 million budget per year.
- Gender Based Analysis;
- Performance management/deliverology/results based management/performance audit;
- Financial management/comptrollership/project management;
- Financial technologies; and,
- Climate change adaptation/environmental sustainability/environmental impact assessment.
Scholarship duration: 1 to 4 weeks.
Starting date: June 1, 2020 and must end no later than March 1, 2021.
- This scholarship program is open to mid-career professionals from academia, civil society, the private sector (with a focus on micro, small and medium-sized businesses, and on social enterprises), and the public sector (including ministries, parastatals, state-owned enterprises, legislative and judicial bodies).
- Candidates must be citizens of an ASEAN member state and must be currently working in an ASEAN member state.
- Candidates from Brunei and Singapore must demonstrate how they would use the learning in Canada to help combat poverty in one of the other eight ASEAN countries.
- Candidates must fulfill the requirements of the Canadian institution including academic requirements and language proficiency; and,
- Candidates who have obtained Canadian citizenship or who have applied for permanent residency in Canada are not eligible.
- Download the application form
- Fill out the application form
- Print and sign the completed application form;
- Scan the completed and signed application form and save in a .pdf file format, if possible. Application forms in .jpg format will also be accepted;
- Upload all required documents
- Email the application form and all required documents to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Documents and email subject lines must clearly identify the name of the scholarship program and the name of the applicant
|Organization||Government of Canada|
|Subject areas||Business, Management|
|Eligibility||Open to ASEAN countries|
|Deadline||February 27, 2020|