The Central Asia Program is thrilled to announce the launch of its new Leadership Programs in fields crucial for the sustainable development and prosperity of societies. These programs will last 10 months (August 2024 – June 2025) and the participants will have opportunities to gain skills, knowledge, and connections through rigorous academic programs, collaboration with accomplished researchers, and networking with major Washington, DC-based institutions, think tanks, and policymakers. The participants will also enjoy the perks of The George Washington University (GW) community: access to state-of-the-art technology, resource centers, and a variety of events. The Central Asia Program is a part of the GW’s Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies – the #1 university-affiliated regional studies center in the US.
- Education: Minimum of a bachelor’s degree;
- Language: Minimum IELTS score of 5.5 or equivalent language test score;
- Funding: Please note that this is not a scholarship program. Upon acceptance into the program, each participant is required to provide proof of funding for tuition fees ($19,700) and monthly expenses (at least $2,000 per month for housing, health insurance, and meals). We are open to partnering with government and non-government organizations that offer funding for education.
November 15, 2023.
For Kazakh participants who are applying to get funding through a Bolashak Fellowship, the deadline is October 1, 2023.
Please forward your queries regarding the programs, application process, etc. to Ms. Markhabo Rakhimova, email@example.com.