Young Arabs can apply for the Mosaic International Leadership Programme in UK

The Mosaic International Leadership Programme aims to develop leadership skills, inspire thinking about global issues, and equip young people to become involved in their local communities.

{jcomments on}The programme lasts for 12 months and begins by gathering the 60 – 80 delegates together for the Mosaic International Summit, a 2 week period of intense residential training.

Please note the eligibility criteria for the Programme:

Age range as at September 2013: 25–35 years

A national and resident of Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia (living in Kenya) Turkey, UAE, or UK

Able to be at the Summit in September 2013. You will need to have a valid passport and ability to apply for a visa. Delegates are responsible for arranging both of these.

Fluent English (all elements of the programme will be conducted in English)

How to apply

To apply, download and read the ‘Information for Applicants’ document and complete the application – both available on the Mosaic website.

Mosaic
137 Shepherdess Walk
London, N1 7RQ
United Kingdom

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