Ethiopian public servants and government officials in mid-career will receive the Chevening 2022 Ethiopia Leadership Fellowship.

Ethiopian public servants and government officials in mid-career will receive the Chevening 2022 Ethiopia Leadership Fellowship.

The Chevening Ethiopia Leadership Fellowship is intended for Ethiopian public employees and government representatives in the middle of their careers who have proven abilities in the areas of leadership, innovation, and policy.

Coventry University is the fellowship's host institution in Brussels, Belgium, as well as other places throughout the UK (including London, Birmingham, Coventry, and other regions). 

The UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office is responsible for funding the scholarship. 

The eight-week course that fellows will take will cover the following key topics: 

Government and public policy leadership 

Administration and study of public policy 

Making decisions based on evidence 

Mechanisms for implementing policy and ways to measure policy impact 

Personal leadership and impact in the public sector 

Setting a strategy, being open and accountable, and including stakeholders 

control governmental policy change 

There will also be options for project collaboration with other UK and EU government organizations as well as study tours there. All participants will get the chance to work on a "real-life" policy-based project, which may also include a brief placement in a relevant government office. The program will include specialty guest speeches from accomplished government officials and policy makers, interactive workshops conducted by expert tutors, and formal and informal networking opportunities. Also read more scholarship

Goals and Advantages of the Chevening Leadership Fellowship in Ethiopia 

Each fellowship comes with: 

Complete program fees. 

For the term of the fellowship, living costs. 

Economy round-trip tickets from Ethiopia to the UK.   

Qualifications for the Chevening Ethiopia Leadership Fellowship 

Applicants for a Chevening Ethiopia Leadership Fellowship must: 

being an Ethiopian citizen and residing there at the time 

At the conclusion of the fellowship time, return to your country of citizenship. 

Prior to applying, have substantial professional public service experience 

Possess a postgraduate degree, equivalent professional training, or relevant experience at the time of application. The fellowship assessment panel will evaluate your written and spoken English. 

Be a prominent leader in the Ethiopian public service already or aspirationally 

Display a dedication to innovation and leadership development. 

not possess British nationality or dual nationality 

How to Use 

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