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South Africa Washington International Program (SAWIP) 2017 for South African Students

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SAWIP will be recruiting a team of emerging leaders from across all disciplines from the universities of Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Stellenbosch and the Western Cape. The selected 20 team members participate in a demanding seven-month development experience which includes community engagement and six-weeks of global and work exposure in Washington, DC.

 

To be taken at (country): USA

Type: Training

Eligibility: SAWIP candidates:

  • May be from any academic discipline
  • Must be South African citizens or permanent residents
  • Must be in their second year (or beyond) of university
  • Must be prepared for a high demand programme
  • Must be available to participate in the international component of the program from 10 June to 24 July 2017
  • Must be between the age of 19 – 25 years
  • Must be currently studying at the University of Cape Town, the University of Johannesburg, the University of Stellenbosch, the University of Pretoria or the University of the Western Cape
  • Must have a record of community engagement and leadership, with a strong service ethic
  • Should envisage themselves as future leaders in South Africa

Duration and Number of Scholarships: The selected 20 team members participate in a demanding seven-month development experience which includes community engagement and six-weeks of global and work exposure in Washington, DC.

Application Deadline: Midnight 14th February 2017

Eligible Countries: South Africa

Eligible students can apply here.

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Award Provider: South Africa Washington International Program

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