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World Health Organisation (WHO) Internship Programme 2019

Application Deadline: June 30th 2019

World Health Organisation (WHO) as the leader in global public health issues is committed to building a diverse pool of future leaders in public health. WHO’s Internship Programme offers a wide range of opportunities for graduate and postgraduate students to gain insight in the technical and administrative programmes of WHO while enriching their knowledge and experience in the health field, thereby contributing to the advancement public health.

The objectives of the internship programme are to:

  • Provide a framework for assigning postgraduate students from diverse academic backgrounds to WHO programmes that can enhance their educational experience through practical assignments.
  • Expose students to the work of WHO.
  • Provide WHO programmes with input from students specializing in various fields. Most students are placed in health-related programmes, although other disciplines can be considered as appropriate such as communication, external relations or human resources.

The duration of WHO internships is between six to twenty four weeks depending on the needs of the WHO technical unit and the intern’s availability. WHO internships are not paid and all costs of travel and accommodation are the responsibility of the intern candidate.


Y ou are at least twenty years of age on the date of application.

You are enrolled in a course of study at a university or equivalent institution leading to a formal qualification (graduate or postgraduate) (applicants who have already graduated may also qualify for consideration provided that they apply to the internship within six months after completion of their formal qualification).

You have completed three years of full-time studies at a university or equivalent institution prior to commencing (bachelor’s level or equivalent) the assignment. You possess a first degree in a public health, medical or social field related to the technical work of WHO or a degree in a management-related or administrative field. You are not related to a WHO staff member (e.g., son/daughter, brother/sister, or mother/father).

You are fluent at least in one of the working language of the office of assignment. You have not previously participated in WHO’s Internship Programme.

You hold a valid passport of a WHO Member State.

Have completed three years of full-time studies (bachelor’s level or equivalent) at a university or equivalent institution prior to commencing the assignment; AND be enrolled in a course of study at a university or equivalent institution leading to a formal qualification (applicants who have already graduated may also qualify for consideration provided that they start the internship within six months after completion of their formal qualification).
Core competencies

  • Team work
  • Respecting and promoting individual and cultural difference
  • Communication

All interns should be able to demonstrate the following skills in line with the WHO core competencies:

  • Communicating effectively orally and in writing
  • Showing willingness to learn from mistakes
  • Producing and delivering quality results
  • Working collaboratively with team members

In addition, interns need to be familiar with commonly used computer programmes, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Knowledge of specialized computer programmes, for example, statistical software such as XLStat may be an advantage.

Depending on the area of interest, the below experience may be needed and/or would be an advantage.

  • Experience in research and/or in drafting reports
  • Experience in the subject area through academic work or research
  • Field and/or developing country experience
  • Experience with data analysis, statistical packages and interest in the design of graphical display and analysis of health information in an international comparative perspective, such as for health system performance assessment
  • More specific experience such as specialized computer programmes


  • Fluency in one of WHO’s working languages (reading, writing and speaking). WHO official languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish
  • Knowledge of the local language in some duty stations can be an asset


  • Please note that internships at WHO are very competitive and only a small number of applicants will be accepted every year. Only successful candidates will be contacted.
  • WHO Internships are not paid. Living abroad is expensive and finding accommodation can be challenging. All intern candidates should be aware of these factors before they consider applying for a WHO Internship.
  • Interns are not eligible for appointment to any position in WHO for a period of three months following the end of the internship.
  • If selected for a WHO Internship, you will be required to provide certified copies of proof of enrolment in a course of studies and a medical certificate of fitness for work.

For More Information: visit the official webpage


Job offer #196,756,075 in Lagos (Lagos), Nigeria

Our Client is Africa’s leading omni-media company with a network of premium media companies built across media tools and platforms. Their Communication arm offers full-service communication solutions with a focus on Public Relations, New Media, Demographic Marketing (with a reputation as a pioneer in Youth Marketing), Editorial Consultancy and Perception Management. They also anchor a development firm, The Future Project, which co-presents Africa’s leading youth platform, The Future Awards Africa, and other projects including the Nigeria Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders, 100,000 Jobs and # StartupsAfrica. You will be working in a dynamic and fast growing media company populated by under-35s who are highly talented and passionate. The company is 70-man strong and growing and is broken down into 3 distinct businesses dealing with all aspects of media – TV, radio, print online, advertising etc at same time.

The Talent Associate with primary focus on Talent, he or she will ensure successful track record of building an organizational culture of consistently using data to improve training programs, performance and hiring, employee relation and experience in leading, conducting and reporting on hiring, training and performance activities.

• Drive recruitment and on-boarding process
• Manager the business payroll.
• Subscribe staff of the organization to Health Insurance scheme
• Development and oversee the communication of various human resources plans, programs and policies.
• Workforce planning (acquisition, maintenance and retention of critical skills.)
• Undertake HR project work in order to meet the needs of the groups (e.g. organization restructuring, redeployment, policy development and implementation). • Act as level advisor on human resources issues to management and all level of employees throughout the company.
• Optimize the operations, administration and people of the company and enable profit maximization.
• Understand link between learning and talent, competency and performance management, and demonstrate ability to make connections between learning activities and competency gaps.
• Confer with managers, supervisors and employees to gain knowledge of work situations where training is identified as a possible solution.
• Assist departments in establishing training solutions, when a training need is identified.
• Collect, monitor and evaluate program data to determine ROI, effectiveness, relevance and quality of materials and content.
• Ensure that both long-term strategic and short-term, tactical learning needs are met.
• Demonstrates expertise in developing and implementing multiple training evaluation processes.
• Coach and/or counsel employees in developing career/personal development plans.
• Work with various vendors/business partners to select, develop and deliver courseware content.
• Others responsibility as assigned by management.

Qualifications and Requirements:
• Must possess a first degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or any other related course of study
• Professional Certification in Human Resources will be an added advantage
• A minimum of 3 years working experience Attributes:
• Highly experienced and able to bring structure, process, and highly developed systems into a creative and largely unstructured environment. Preferably someone with experience in such environments already.
• Have flair! You actively promote creativity, innovation, flexibility and rapid growth across all sections of the business.
• The capacity to grow and nurture superstars ensuring discipline while at the same time maintaining our culture of joy. A person with a depth of understanding on how to manage and optimize talent and people, and grow them rapidly and sustainably.

Pension Scheme I Mandatory annual leave I Annual retreats I Employee bonus programme I Flexible hours for mothers I Health insurance.

The Company

Company Name: McTimothy Associates
Company Description
McTimothy Associates Is a full service Management consulting, Recruitment and Business Training firm that enables business greatness and effectiveness through customer-centric innovative solutions. We provide leading edge management strategy and HR infrastructure support with exceptional customer service leading to improved performance of our client organisations. We are professional management consulting firm committed enabling business greatness in Africa through cutting edge modern management practice of Business transformation, Strategy, Change management &Innovation, Leadership, Restructuring & Turnaround management and Training solutions.
Number of Employees: 11 – 100
Your Contact Partner: HR Associate

Job Details

Employment Status: Full time
Type of Salary: Fixed salary
Job Location: Lagos
Population: 9,968,000
Post Code: NGA-110102
State: Lagos
Country: Nigeria

Job Requirements

Minimum Educational Qualification: Bachelor’s degree

Application deadline: Not specified

UNSW Research Internship for International Students in Australia, 2019

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is an Australian public research university and it is inviting applications from Civil and Environmental Engineering students for internships in its School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Applications are invited from Civil and Environmental Engineering students in countries outside Australia who have completed 2 or 3 years of study at the undergraduate level to work with strong research groups at UNSW for an 8-week duration each year. This is a paid internship programme.

Field of Internship: The objective of the internship program is to attract the best and brightest students from across the world into the School, who may be interested in pursuing research careers and PhD studies and developing collaborations.
Course Level: 
Internship Provider: School of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia
Internship can be taken in Australia

Eligibility: Applications are invited from Civil and Environmental Engineering students in countries outside Australia who have completed 2 or 3 years of study at undergraduate level to work with strong research groups at UNSW for an 8-week duration each year. Masters students and students who have completed 4+ years of study may also apply.

Internship Open for International Students: International students are eligible to apply for this internship programme.

Is this paid internship? Yes, each successful applicant will be awarded a stipend of AUD 1800 per month (or fraction thereof) which will be provided as a two-weekly allowance. Successful interns must bring with them sufficient money (about AUD 1000) to meet accommodation and living expenses as scholarship payment processing takes about 4 weeks. Candidates should arrange their own airfares, flights, and visas. Advice on accommodation possibilities will be provided.

Internship Description: Applications are invited from Civil and Environmental Engineering students in countries outside Australia who have completed 2 or 3 years of study at undergraduate level to work with strong research groups at UNSW for an 8-week duration each year. Masters students and students who have completed 4+ years of study may also apply. Interns will be selected based on their academic qualifications and referee reports and placed with strong research groups in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering to assist with ongoing research projects.

Number of awards offered: Not Known

Internship Duration: The duration of the internship is 8 weeks.

Notification: Not Known

How to Apply: All documents including the completed application form need to be scanned (if necessary), zipped and emailed to Associate Professor Adrian Russell (

For more information Visit here

Access and Diamond Bank Graduate Entry-level Recruitment 2019

Access Bank Plc is a financial institution with presence in 9 countries in Africa and the United Kingdom and in all major cities in Nigeria. Also referred to as the Africa’s Bank of Best Practise, Access Bank operates on a platform of strong ethics, governance and professionalism.

Applications are invited for:

Title: 2019 Entry Level Recruitment

Location: Nigeria


  • Are you driven, confident and enthusiastic about the banking industry?
  • Would you like to make your passion your career?
  • Are you willing to join us in our journey to becoming a world-class financial institution? Our Entry Level Training Programme is just for YOU!
  • Your career journey with us starts with a 4.5-month intensive training program at the School of Banking Excellence, giving you an opportunity to be trained with other high caliber applicants.


  • A graduate with a minimum of a second class upper division from a university acceptable to the bank, NYSC certificate and a maximum age of 24 years for Bachelor degree holders, 26 years for lawyers with a law degree.
  • A graduate with a minimum of a second class lower from a university acceptable to the bank, NYSC certificate,a Masters’ degree from top tier Universities acceptable to the Bank and a maximum age of 26 years.


  • In our quest to retain the best pool of exceptional talents in the industry, the Bank consistently rewards high-performing employees and teams with adequate monetary and non-monetary compensation. This practice has had a significant impact in spurring our people to greater personal and organizational achievement.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

For more information visit here
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:

click here to apply online


Nigeria Customs Service 2018/19 Replacement FORM is out and Application is Ongoing CONTACT 08034305467 to purchase your Form – suitably & qualified persons are invited for full time appointments to the following positions in the Nigeria Customs Service.

The minimum qualifications for interested applicants are SSCE/NECO/GCE/NCE/ND / HND/BSC/ Applicants applying as men (SUPERINTENDENT CADRE) and women(SUPERINTENDENT CADRE) must be between 18 and 37 years of age by and must possess SSCE/NECO/GCE/ND/HND/BSC. or any relevant certificates from reputable and approved government institutions/organisations.

*Male applicants must not be less than 1 .68 metres tall while

*female applicants must not be less than 1.65 metres tall.

*Method of Application for the 2018/19 Nigeria Customs Service

Interested candidates are advised to buy their recruitment form to apply online If you meet the requirements for the above positions and are interested in pursuing a career with Nigeria Customs Service,Should please Contact Superintendent Mrs Ayiri Patience on 08034305467 guidelines to purchase the (RECRUITMENT YELLOW FORM/REPLACEMENT YELLOW SLOT AB) With a Fixed Price of:*10,500.00(REPLACEMENT YELLOW SLOT AB) (Ten Thousand Five Hundred Naira).


1.Applicants are required to Print it out and Fill it with his/her Profile/Details attached with their
CV’s/Credentials and send it via the office Email Address(

2.Applicants will be contacted for processing and acceptance fee after completing the online application process successfully.

3.Upon submission, Applicants will receive an acknowledgment by text or email you provided in your application form.

4.Applicants should print out the following underlisted documents after payment of application forms at the designated banks(Contact Mrs Ayiri Patience on 0803430546 for banking details):

*Local government attestation form.

*Parent / guardian consent form.

*Acknowledgment form.

5.Applicants are to note that applications submitted online without payment of application fee at the above mentioned banks will not be validated for processing.

*NOTE: Candidates must possess the qualification stated against the respective positions:


1.) SUPERINTENDENT CADRE: Nigeria Customs Service

Post: Assistant Superintendent of Customs Grade II – Consol 08

Entry Qualification:

Candidates must possess a Bachelors Degree with at least Second Class Lower Division from a recognized University.


Post: Inspector of Customs – Consol 07

Entry Qualification:-

Higher National Diploma (HND) with at least lower credit from a recognized Polytechnic.

(ii) Assistant Inspector of Customs – Consol 06

Entry Qualifications:-

National Diploma (ND) with at least lower credit from a recognized Polytechnic

National Certificate of Education (NCE),



(i) Customs Assistant IV– Consol 04

Entry Qualifications:-

Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASC/NECO) with Credits in not less than five subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings.
General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with credit in five subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings,

(ii) Customs Assistant III – Consol 03

Entry Qualifications:-

Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASC/NECO) with Credits in not less than four subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings.

General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with credit in four subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at a maximum of two sittings.

Functions of Nigeria Customs Service.

  • Anti-Smuggling activities;
  • Generating statistics for planning and Budgetary purposes;
  • Monitoring Foreign Exchange utilisation etc;
  • Engaging in Research, Planning and Enforcement of Fiscal Policies of Government;
  • Security functions;
  • Collection of Revenue (Import /Excise Duties & other Taxes /Levies) and accounting for same;
  • Manifest processing;
  • Registration and designation of collecting banks;
  • Working in collaboration with other government agencies in all approved ports and border station
  • Licensing and registration of Customs Agents.

How to Apply Customs Service.

If you’re Interested in applying for NCS job? if yes then fill out the recruitment form online at

The online form should be printed out after filling . The under listed documents must also be printed out.

  • Parent / guardian consent form.
  • Acknowledgment form.
  • Local government attestation form.

For more Information Click Here


Julius Berger Nigeria Plc Civil Engineering Internship Recruitment 2019 – Abuja

Julius Berger Nigeria Plc (Julius Berger) is a leading construction company offering integrated solutions and related services. Julius Berger specializes in executing complex works that require the highest level of technical expertise and Nigeria-specific know how.

We appreciate your interest in our company. Our success largely depends on the passion, precision and competence of our employees from. Become part of our team and help us in the realization of innovative and pioneering engineering projects. Experienced professionals and young professionals, we offer opportunities in technical and commercial fields. Take the chance and apply online with us.

Job Title: Julius Berger Nigeria Plc Civil Engineering Internship Recruitment 2019
Company: Julius Berger Nigeria Plc
Country: Nigeria
State/City: Abuja
Publication Date: 01/02/2019
ID: 165401897

Applications are invited for:

Job Position: Internship in Civil Engineering 2019

Job Location: Abuja or Uyo

Start: 2019/2020

Duration of use: 5-6 months

We offer students of the Civil Engineering degree program (specialization: Civil Engineering and Road Construction / Infrastructure and Building Construction) the opportunity to support us as part of an internship abroad at our major construction sites in Nigeria. The operation is carried out by our Nigerian parent company Julius Berger Nigeria Plc.

Job Responsibilities

Offer processing

Work preparation

Support the site manager

Technical support


Bachelor of Engineering (from the 4th semester) or Master’s degree program

Good English language skills

User knowledge MS Office



Interested in working in multi-cultural, international project teams


Remuneration and expatriation allowance

Takeover of airfare

Takeover of visa and vaccination costs

Free accommodation in corporate camps

Note: Please indicate your available period in the cover letter)

We look forward to meet you. Please use the possibility of online application and send us your complete application documents (cover letter, CV, certificates).

For more Information Click Here

Apply Here!


The Food and Agricultural Organization of The United Nations (FAO) Regular Volunteering Program 2019 for Young People Worldwide.

FAO: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Achieving food security for all is at the heart of FAO’s efforts – to make sure people have regular access to enough high-quality food to lead active, healthy lives.

Our mandate is to improve nutrition, increase agricultural productivity, raise the standard of living in rural populations and contribute to global economic growth.

To meet the demands posed by major global trends in agricultural development and challenges faced by member nations, FAO has identified key priorities on which it is best placed to intervene. A comprehensive review of the Organization’s comparative advantages was undertaken which enabled strategic objectives to be set, representing the main areas of work on which FAO will concentrate its efforts in striving to achieve its vision and global goals.

Help eliminate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition

FAO’s challenge: there is sufficient capacity in the world to produce enough food to feed everyone adequately; nevertheless, in spite of progress made over the last two decades, 870 million people still suffer from chronic hunger. Among children, it is estimated that 171 million under five years of age are chronically malnourished (stunted), almost 104 million are underweight, and about 55 million are acutely malnourished (wasted).

Make agriculture more productive and sustainable

The world’s population is predicted to increase to 9 billion people by 2050. Some of the world’s highest rates of population growth are predicted to occur in areas that are highly dependent on the agriculture sector (crops. Livestock, forestry and fisheries) and have high rates of food insecurity. Growth in the agriculture sector is one of the most effective means of reducing poverty and achieving food security.

Reduce rural poverty

Most of the world’s poor live in rural areas. Hunger and food insecurity above all are expressions of rural poverty. Reducing rural poverty, therefore, is central to FAO’s mission. Many livings in rural areas have been lifted out of poverty in recent decades. In 1990, 54% of those living in rural areas in developing countries lived on less than $1.25 a day and were considered extremely poor. By 2010, this share had dropped to 35%. Rural poverty remains widespread especially in South Asia and Africa. These regions have also seen least progress in improving rural livelihoods.

Ensure inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems

With increasing globalization, agriculture as an independent sector will cease to exist, becoming instead, just one part of an integrated value chain. The value chain exits both upstream and downstream, or from production through to processing and sales, in which the whole is now highly concentrated, integrated and globalized. This poses a huge challenge for smallholder farmers and agricultural producers in many developing countries where even the most economically valid smallholders can easily be excluded from important parts of the value chain.

Protect livelihoods from disasters

Each year, millions of people who depend on the production, marketing and consumption of crops, livestock, fish, forests and other natural resources are confronted by disasters and crises. They can strike suddenly – like an earthquake or a violent coup d’état – or unfold slowly – like drought-flood cycles. They can occur as a single event, one can trigger another, or multiple events can converge and interact simultaneously with cascading and magnified effects. These emergencies threaten the production of, and access to, food at local, national and, at times, regional and global levels.

The Country Programme Framework 2013 – 2017 for Nigeria describes FAO’s medium term assistance priorities and results, derived from nationally defined priorities and objectives, to be achieved over the five-year period of the country’s programming cycle. In order to ensure its national ownership, the CPF has been prepared in close collaboration with key Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and major development partners. The CPF describes the five broad priority areas and outcomes for FAO assistance in the country.

Meetings / Workshops / Events

  • 11th -12th February 2019 – Africa Sustainable Livestock (ASL)2050 Scenario Planning Report validation workshop, Lafia Nasarawa state
  • 28th January – 2nd February 2019 – Training of Trainers on Vegetable Production under the Food Africa Project, in Kaduna, Kaduna state.
  • December 10 – 13, 2018 Africa Sustainable Livestock (ASL 2050) Initiative Policy Consultation 6th Regional Workshop in Lagos, Nigeria
  • November 20th – 22nd 2018 Africa Sustainable Livestock (ASL 2050) Nigeria Livestock Scenario Formulation Workshop holds in Abuja to develop scenarios for the future (2050).
  • November 15th – 17th 2018 Training on disease outbreak investigation for States Veterinary Officers to enhance the capacities of field staff on conducting epidemiologic disease outbreak investigation, on the threat posed by the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) on the poultry sector in Nigeria.

For more information and to apply Visit Here

Application Deadline: March 1, 2019

General Electric (GE) Power Early Identification Internship Program 2019

GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive.

Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.

Role Summary: The role requires working closely with assigned GE Businesses to provide operational support to all aspects of their ongoing and future initiatives being executed/to be executed in Nigeria.

Job Function: Services

Business Segment: Power Services

Location(s): Nigeria; Lagos

Essential Responsibilities: As assigned by the hiring GE business. GE Nigeria interns will receive many benefits including:

  • Challenging work assignments
  • Exposure to a multinational company
  • Developmental feedback
  • Opportunities to network with Leaders and other interns


  1. Authorization letter from higher institution
  2. Passion for technology
  3. Academic excellence in Engineering, Legal, Social Sciences or IT competency
  4. Demonstrated leadership ability and initiative
  5. Strong communication, interpersonal, and influencing skills
  6. A valid NYSC discharge or exemption certificate will be required (please indicate clearly on your resume)
  7. Must have valid authorization to work full-time without any restriction in Nigeria
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Why Many CVs Are Rejected By Employers

Your CV should be rich with details about you that can convince your employer to invite you for an interview. Many CVs are rejected and thrown into the trash can because of common mistakes job seeker do while writing their CVs and the process of submitting their CVs. It’s very important for you to represent your CV well because CV is a document that tells the employer who you are, what you have done and what you can do. Many CVs are rejected because they are not attractive and they do not contain convincing info the employer is looking for. The person receiving your CV is having a perception or an impression about you by just looking at your CV, so it necessary for you to present is well to be attractive and convincing because your CV is your personal brand.  Your CV should be able to speak for you and represent you before the prospective employer. A bad CV can end your job search before it even start. Many applicants are not called back because their CVs are sub-standard.  Below are common makes in CV writing job seekers make.

  1. No Cover Letter – A cover letter should be sent out with every CV. It provides an effective summary of your skills and experience in relation to the specific position you are applying for. The cover letter is your sales document. It should complement your CV. When emailing your CV, your cover letter becomes the email message. Simply type your letter in the body of the email. (Do not send as an attachment).  Many applicants just send their CV with a blank mail; it will never be attended to if you do that. Whenever possible, address your letter to a specific person by name, keeping in mind that it is a good idea to confirm the spelling and title of those you are writing to, eg. Dear Ms Susan, Dear Mr John, and if the name is not known you can use Dear Human Resource Manager or Dear Hiring Manager.
  2. Not Tailoring Your CV For Target Employer – Your CV should be targeted to appeal solely to the niche or position you are applying for. Not tailoring your CV is the most dangerous mistake you can make when writing your CV. Your CV should contain relevant experiences and skills in line with the niche of the employer or vacancy. Many applicants are too lazy to rewriting their CV to suit the target employer. It’s not necessary to write all your job exposures when it is not related to the target employer, if your CV doesn’t include the skills and experience the employer is looking for, you will not be shortlisted. Do your research and find out what your target employers are looking for, and then make sure you are making those requirements prominent in your CV. Relevant job adverts and recruitment websites contain these requirements you can take advantage of.
  3. Unprofessional Email Address – Use an email address that is professional. Your professionalism has to come through in your CV. Many applicants use ridiculous email address like their nickname or unattractive names that can be embarrassing such as,, etc. It looks unprofessional and will have your employer questioning your judgment and general approach to work. Create an email with your first and last name.
  4. Inconsistent Use Of Fonts Type And Size – Not using a consistent font type and size make your CV look unprofessional. Using multiple font type and size make your CV look messier and scattered and unattractive to the employer. Use one font type and font size throughout your CV. The recommended font type to use is Times New Roman and font size 11 or 12. Make sure your CV is legible. Be sure that there are no spelling errors, poor word choice, or misuse of language.
  5. Leaving Out Dates and Job Descriptions — Many job seekers make the mistake of not including their job description or role or duties with date in their work experience. Include dates on your CV, leaving them out might seem like you are trying to hide certain information. The employer will like to know the nature of your work experience. It speaks a lot of what you have done and can do.

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Fully Funded to travel to London: 2018 British Councils’ Future Leaders Connect Program for emerging policy leaders Worldwide at House of Parliament in London

The Future Leaders Connect Programme aims to provide future leaders with skills and international networks which will improve their ability to make or influence policy changes, leading to long term impact on the social and economic development in their countries and beyond.

The project is being undertaken to support the development of future policy makers in key countries, aiming to help them become exceptional leaders. The Programme is run by the British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN, United Kingdom.

  • To take part you must be aged 18-35 and be based in one of the participating countries – Canada, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tunisia, UK and USA.
  • You should be able to demonstrate your policy knowledge and senior leadership potential in your application.
  • Applications from Egypt, India and USA are by invitation only.


  • You should be able to passionately explain how you want to make change in your country and how this links to your vision for global change.
  • You should have an understanding of policy and are interested in learning more about policy making.
  • You should be willing to engage in this long-term opportunity with the British Council to become a member of Future Leaders Connect and be committed to the network.
  • You are likely to be in your early to mid-career, aged between 18 and 35 (on Sunday 13 May 2018) and already have examples of when you have demonstrated leadership.
  • You will need to be based in one of our participating countries (Canada, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tunisia, UK and USA) and be eligible to access a visa to come to the UK. Please be aware some of these countries have varying eligibility criteria. Applications from Egypt, India and USA are by invitation only.
  • We are looking for emerging leaders who are committed to support the development of their country through policy change, and so encourage those to apply who have good knowledge and strong networks in the country they are based in.
  • We are looking to find a diverse group of people with different experiences, ideas and backgrounds. The programme is fully accessible for those with disabilities.
  • Be able to speak English at IELTS level 6 or equivalent (this means you would need to generally have an effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriate usage and misunderstandings. You can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations). You do not need the official qualification.
  • You cannot be currently employed by, or an immediate family member of, the British Council, Gradcore or the Møller Centre.

You must be able to travel to the UK, arriving on the 22 October 2018 and departing on the 1 November 2018 with a valid passport. If you believe there is any reason you may be denied a visa you may want to consider whether to submit an application, as the British Council is unable to facilitate or guarantee that you will receive a visa.


  • The costs of travel, accommodation and meals are covered by the British Council and the programme is fully accessible.
  • As a member of Future Leaders Connect, you will travel to the UK for nine days of advanced policy and leadership development at the University of Cambridge.
  • You will discuss today’s biggest global challenges in the UK Houses of Parliament, meet inspirational leaders and visit world renowned institutions.

For more information, click here

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