The Tutu Leadership Fellowship Program is specifically designed for African leaders in consultation with African faculty and advisors in Oxford. The scholarship provides participants with intensive training and helps to broaden their experience on the principles and application of leadership, and gives an opportunity to explore the issues and particular features of leadership in Africa.
The program will be putting emphasis on learning and experience, rather than teaching, providing a wide range of formal and innovative informal learning opportunities to improve the leadership capabilities of the candidates.
The fellowship places strong emphasizes on integrity, courage, responsibility, strong values, and a demonstrated ability to lead and inspire. Candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to Africa with the intention of serving the greater community. The fellowship is meant for leaders and not managers.
There are only 20 fellowship places available hence competition is tough.
Value of fellowship:
– Entry into awards
– Thought-leadership and speaking opportunities
– Advocacy opportunities
– Job opportunities
– International exposure
– Peer to peer accountability
– Pan-African exposure
– Attendance of multi-country meetings
– Selected as board members or trustees to high profile
Duration of Fellowship:
How to apply:
Only after candidates have been nominated will they be able to submit an application to AFLI
For more information on Fellowship, visit the Fellowship Webpage for details