Lane Kirkland Scholarship Programs is now open. This program is funded by by the Polish-American Freedom Foundation and financially supported by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA). It is targeted to young leaders and experts, holding university degrees, interested in the development of democracy, economy and civil society in their countries and the region.
The L. Kirkland Scholarship Program has been supporting individual development of young, ambitious and active citizens of Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia for 20 years. Over 800 graduates of the Program include members of governments, parliamentarians, managers of large multinational corporations, managers of local government bodies and well-known social activists. The Program offers two semesters of studies in one of five Polish academic centers (Warsaw, Cracow, Wrocław, Poznań, Lublin) and at least two weeks of professional internship in state, private and non-governmental organizations.
This is a-full scholarship program.
Level & Area of Studies
Master degree in various fields such as Economics and management, Administration / management (business, NGO, culture, environmental protection, health care, education), Public administration (government and local government), Law, Social science (Social Psychology, Sociology), Political science and international relations, Journalism, Environmental protection, Security issues, Crisis management, Development policy and Humanitarian Aid .
Place of study
At any institution in Poland.
Eligibility and Requirements
To be eligible, candidate must satisfy the requirements as follow:
- Citizenship and permanent residence in one of the targeted countries (holders of residence card in Poland, and people living or working in Poland when applying for a scholarship are ineligible)
- Master’s degree (or equivalent)
- Up to 40 years of age
- At least two years of professional experience
- At least two years break from participation in a previous scholarship abroad, longer than 6 months
Please go to the link below to see further instruction
1 March 2020.