Would You Like To Be.Boosted? Apply For This Fully Funded Fellowship

German non-profit and non-governmental organisation eMUN-fellows.net e.V. open applications for the Be.Boosted Fellowship 2016. The fellowship is targeted at young ambitious people, who would like to become a future global leaders and is fully funded. Deadline to apply is October 18th.

The Be.Boosted fellowship is an intense five month training in leadership skills, effective communication, networking, negotiation, personal development and authentic leadership. During this time Be.Boosted fellows will learn what it takes to become a future global leader. Besides online training sessions, they organize practice weekends in various cities and take participants to two of the most prestigious MUN conferences: LIMUN (London) and Harvard WorldMUN (Rome) to apply  new skill sets in practice.

Funding for travels and expenses during the training will be provided. 

You do not have to be a German citizen nor currently based in Germany, but you should be available in Germany, as offline meetings will be held in different German cities during the fellowship. The organiser also requires applicants to be able to participate: in the weekly online trainings, in the majority of offline events, as well as in LIMUN 2016 and Harvard WorldMUN 2016. Please also note that in order to apply you should be  enrolled at a university. 

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