2019 AsiaGlobal Fellows Program at the University of Hong Kong
Deadline: January 31, 2019.
The AsiaGlobal Fellows Program was launched in 2017 by the Asia Global Institute (AGI) at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). The program is an interdisciplinary global leadership development initiative for mid-career professionals with a strong interest and track record in public policy.
The AsiaGlobal Fellows Program is a 13-week, interdisciplinary program designed to develop the leadership skills of tomorrow’s leaders. It consists of lectures by academics, senior government officials and business leaders, skill-training workshops, and onsite visits to Asian capitals and manufacturing centers. AsiaGlobal Fellows are committed to making a positive impact on society and the world around them. The Program places particular emphasis on public policy and individuals engaged in policy analysis and advice.
The AsiaGlobal Fellows Program is directed and administered by the Asia Global Institute, a multidisciplinary research institute at the University. AGI’s mission is to generate and disseminate innovative thinking and policy-relevant, practical research on global issues from Asian perspectives. It aims to inform global and national policy and actions towards a prosperous and sustainable future for all.
For your application to be considered, you must:
- be a promising, mid-career individual with between eight and 25 years of working experience.
- be actively engaged in politics, policy-making, policy research, civil society, or business.
- have a special interest in the Asian region, and possess an orientation towards finding solutions to the challenges of our complex world.
- have demonstrated strong capacity to make a positive impact on your organization, society, and the wider world.
A monthly stipend to help with living costs
in Hong Kong
• On-campus accommodation
• Expenses for study tours
All admitted Fellows will cover their travel expenses to and from Hong Kong.
A limited travel fund is available for admitted Fellows who can under no circumstances support their travel to Hong Kong or need to apply for a partial subsidy.