Applications for Short Courses open 1 September 2017 to 15 January 2018.

 

Eligibility Criteria – COTE D’IVOIRE

  • Must be a National of Côte d’Ivoire
  • At least 25 and not more than 50 years of age at the date of application
  • At least three (3) years’ post-graduation work experience in a relevant policy, practice, researcher reform role. Preference will be given to candidates with greater periods of experience.
  • Mid to senior level professionals working in the Public Sector, the Private Sector or a Non-Government Organisation (Civil Society) in one of the listed priority fields of study.
  • Private sector candidates are not eligible to apply for courses in the Extractives sector.
  • Gender Equality: Australia Awards target equal participation by women and men.
  • Disability Inclusion: Australia Awards aim to ensure that people with a disability are given fair and equal opportunity to compete for and obtain a scholarship.

The Eligibility Criteria for each Short Course are available below. Click on the relevant course link for more details and to download the course summary.

 

Agricultural Productivity

 
Agribusiness  Link
Increasing the Development Impact of Agricultural Research  Link
Irrigation and Water Resource Management for Agriculture  Link

Extractives

 
Local Economic and Social Development in Extractives  Link
Mineral and energy economics  Link
Macroeconomic Management in Resources Rich Countries Link

Public Policy

 
Trade policy and negotiations  Link
Public-Private infrastructure partnerships  Link
Ocean Management: Sustainable fisheries and Governance  Link

 

Further Information

For further information on Australian Government policies, please see the links below.

  • Provision of course research support is provided for short-listed candidates
  • Special needs assistance is provided, as deemed appropriate, on a case-by-case basis. From more information read the Australian Government’s Disability Rights guide
  • Essential information for participating in the Scholarship program is provided in the Australia Awards Scholarships Policy Handbook
  • Additional information on the Australian Government’s policies is provided on the Australia Awards website ( by The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
  • Applicants must inform Australia Awards – Africa of any connection or relationship to staff employed by the Australian Government or with Palladium (the Managing Contractor), at the time of application. Information can be sent to the Awards Department.

Responsible Australian Government Post

Australian High Commission – Ghana

2 Second Rangoon Close, Cantonments

Accra, Ghana

Tel: +233 302 216 400

Email: Accrahc.Enquiries@dfat.gov.au