Graduate program by AUB and US - Deadline 18 March 2020 - Only for English Speakers
MEPI-TLG is a graduate leadership training program. Its objective is to support academically qualified and economically deserving students from the MENA region by providing them with graduate master’s level education and directed research that aim at advancing knowledge, nurturing leadership skills, and contributing to the implementation of initiatives with societal impact.
The first AUB-MEPI-TLG program emphasizes research in the areas of Policymaking, Gender Studies, and Resource Management (PGRM). The second AUB MEPI-TLG program aims to graduate Leaders in Data Science (LiDS) and therefore emphasizes research in the areas of data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence with interdisciplinary applications.
A total of 63 graduate leadership trainings are to be awarded to students who apply to eligible master’s programs at AUB, spanning the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences (FAFS), Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS), Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (MSFEA), and Olayan School of Business (OSB).
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The MEPI-TLG programs accept applications from the following eligible countries:
- MEPI-TLG PGRM: Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria (applicants residing outside Syria only), Tunisia, and Yemen
- MEPI-TLG LiDS: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria (applicants residing outside Syria only), Tunisia, and Yemen
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The MEPI-TLG programs offer full coverage, including:
- full tuition
- housing support
- health insurance
- $500 monthly stipend for living expenses
- books and laptop
- yearly round trip ticket from and to home country, where applicable
- international travel for participation in internships and conferences
- civic engagement, leadership, and professional development workshops