Requirements, Process, and Modalities
Member of the IACA Alumni Network (excluding applicants nominated by partner organizations).*
Undergraduate degree, equivalent to a bachelor’s degree.
- A minimum of three years of relevant work experience or a proven history of academic research in areas related to anti-corruption and collective action.
- Proficiency in written and spoken English.
- Experience in anti-corruption advocacy in a given sector.
- A network that can support the implementation of a Collective Action project.
- Proven skills to undertake a Collective Action initiative. This includes but is not limited to: experience in project planning and implementation; experience in multi-stakeholder or collaborative activities, participatory approaches, advocacy, and others.
*Please note that applications from non-IACA Alumni will not be considered, except for applications from candidates nominated by our partner organizations.
Institutions with experience in the implementation of Collective Action, multi-stakeholder or collaborative activities, advocacy, project planning and implementation, and other efforts in the field of anti-corruption have the opportunity to nominate a candidate with high impact potential. Through their networks and expertise, they can contribute to the successful implementation of their nominees’ Collective Action projects and enhance their impact.
To discuss the possibility of a partnership, contact us at: email@example.com
Submit an online application along with the required documents:
- Application form
- Online project proposal
- Motivation letter
- University diploma*
- Academic transcript*
- Proof of English language proficiency
- Passport copy
- Colour photo
In addition to the above-mentioned documents, each applicant is required to submit two letters of recommendation. Short-listed candidates may be contacted for an online interview.
*If issued in another language than English, a certified translation of the document is additionally required.
The programme costs are fully covered by the Siemens Integrity Initiative, encompassing teaching, learning materials and other technical support, including supervision of the project. The certificate is open for applications for a limited number of participants. All other arrangements and associated costs, not included under the funding, such as project-related implementation costs, are participants’ responsibility.