The Fellowship Scheme has two specific goals:
The ODI Fellowship Scheme:
The demand-led nature of the scheme means that it is an attractive way for governments to build capacity in their public sectors and improve the execution of economic policy.
Its excellent reputation and unique form of technical assistance means that it is held in high regard by the development community.
The costs of the Scheme are shared between the recipient government and ODI.
ODI finances the Scheme primarily under grants provided by the Department for International Development (DFID) in the UK and AusAID.
* For those studying for a postgraduate degree at the time of application, the award of a Fellowship will be conditional upon the successful completion of the degree.
Some specialisations at postgraduate level which are relevant include:
This list is not definitive and each application is assessed on its own merits with the overall aim of matching candidates to the requirements of Fellowship posts.
For more fellowship information and fellowship application, see: ODI Fellowship Scheme Website
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