Applications are open for Young India Fellowship Class 2014 -2015 admission. The Young India Fellowship (YIF) is a one-year multidisciplinary post-graduate (PG) programme which brings together intellectual young men and women from across India and various disciplines and prepares them towards becoming the harbinger of tomorrow’s society.
Young India Fellowship Class:
The Young India Fellowship is delivered in collaboration with University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, Carleton College in the USA and Sciences Po in Europe. The programme trains the candidates to become leaders of the future by helping them develop comprehensive understanding and problem solving skills to tackle problems that our world faces today. The Young India Fellowship Class helps the Fellows gain novel perspectives through field work and exposure to a rich and diverse set of subjects delivered by some of the finest professors and practitioners from around the world. The Young India Fellows also get the opportunity of being mentored by eminent global leaders from various fields. Some of the subjects that will be taught are: Sociology, Economics, Philosophy, Art, History, Literature, Business, Leadership, Group Dynamics, International Relations, Writing, Visual Communication, etc.
Young India Fellowship:
Young India Fellowship offers full and partial scholarships to the successful applicants.
Young India Fellowship Class 2014 -2015 admission criteria:
Young India Fellowship Class 2014 -2015 admission application process:
Candidates can apply online or by submitting a downloaded form. Click here for further information.
Young India Fellowship Class 2014 -2015 admission application deadline:
Young India Fellowship
Programme OfficeSri Aurobindo Society Campus,Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, Adhchini,New Delhi - 110017, India
Tel: +91 011 6565 2643
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