Successful applicants shall understand the role and the impact of ICTs in the development process and also learn how to design an effective ICT4D strategy by selecting the most appropriate technologies.
The course will benefit anyone operating in international settings in development, humanitarian aid and human rights: development practitioners, researchers and students.
Participants are required to understand spoken English as well as read and write it comfortably.
Who can apply for the scholarships?
1) development practitioners, researchers and students
2) proficiency English speakers
3) journalists and communication officers working in the field of communication for development
Applicants from Africa, Latin and South America, Eastern Europe, Asia have the priority.
Mode of teaching:
Participants are required to attend live online sessions, during which they will interact with the webinar leader and other participants via chat, webcam and microphone.
The course has a strong collaborative nature, including activities such as peer-reviews and discussion groups to facilitate learning and knowledge exchange.
How to apply for the scholarship:
Any interested person should send his/her CV and motivation letter at firstname.lastname@example.org by the 15th January 2015.
Your application will be formally examined by a jury of ICT experts and academics. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed for the final selection.
Further information about the scholarships visit: http://goo.gl/uD3uWI