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John Smith Fellowship Programme


The John Smith Trust is now recruiting Fellows from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine for the 2014 John Smith Fellowship Programme.

The Fellowship aims to strengthen and deepen awareness of good governance through a three week programme in the UK. Selection is based on a combination of the leadership potential of the applicant and the quality of the action plan they propose. Action plans are pieces of work or policy problems, which the Fellows want to explore while in the UK. The "ideal" candidate will be aged 25-40, working in politics, local administration, business, the media, the arts or civil society, with a track record of achievement in the area of the rule of law.

The Programme will run from 6th June - 26th June in Edinburgh and London.


All arrangements, travel tickets and accommodation will be arranged and paid for by the John Smith Trust.


The ideal candidate will be aged 25-40, with a track record of personal achievement, and working in fields such as politics, administration, business, the media, and civil society.

Good written and spoken English is essential. A minimum level of IELTS of 6.0 is normally needed for successful candidates. Candidates may be required to take an IELTS test at the final stage of the selection process. The costs of testing must be met by the candidate.


Applicants must submit:
1) An online application form in English
2) An up-to-date CV
3) A colour digital passport sized photo

In addition to the online application form, the John Smith Trust requires 2 written references for each short listed applicant � one from your current employer and one additional reference. This additional reference might be from a previous employer, a partner organisation or another individual you have worked with who is able to talk in detail about your skills and experience.

More information


Deadline for applications is 17.00 GMT on Friday 31st December 2013.

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