|Call for Application 2018 GNMP(Global NGO Master Program)|
|Date : 2018-03-15 Hit : 817|
2018 GNMP Application Guidelines
Global NGO Master‘s Program (GNMP) - Full scholarship
The May 18Memorial Foundation and the May 18 Institute at Chonnam University offer a master’s program for Global NGO activists with full scholarship, The GNMP welcomes individuals who are passionately engaged with human rights, democracy, and peace and are eager to become professional NGO workers and leaders in Asia-Africa.
Being launched in 2016 as a theoretical and practical educational platform for NGO activists, the program aims to educate global NGO workers who work in the fields of social enterprises, international relations, social services, art and cultural institutions, and advocacy and volunteer organizations in Asia and Africa. We encourage anyone with passion to bring positive changes to their societies through human rights activism, democratization, local community development, building solidarity across borders, and humanitarian acts.
The program also aims to share the May 18 Spirit and to expand knowledge about the MAY 18Gwangju Democratization Uprising. During the school years students will have an excellent chance to know and trace the May 18 Spirit and the history of the
We provide a multidisciplinary curriculum, integrating academic and practitioners’ training. The curriculum covers a wide range of current issues from both regional and global perspectives, all of them taught in English. The GNMP is intended for people who have been contributing or have the potential to contribute to leading social progress in Asia-Africa. GNMP offers intensive and flexible preparation for those who seek leadership and skills for a more just and equitable social development in Asia-Africa.
For this purpose the program provides all the foreign students with a full scholarship which includes international airfares, room & board, tuitions, and book costs.
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