Applications now open for the Transparency Summer School on Integrity 2017

Applications now open for the Transparency Summer School on Integrity 2017



Calling all university students, graduates and young professionals under the age of 35 who are eager to learn how to make a stand against corruption: apply now for the Transparency School on Integrity (TISI) 2017, taking place during 10-16 July, 2017 in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Since 2010, the School on Integrity has welcomed over 700 students, graduates and young professionals from around 90 countries to its seven-day, intensive program.

Participants will learn the latest developments in the field of anti-corruption and accountability, led by experts in the field, and will have opportunities to test and put their ideas in practice.

TI Summer School

Fighting corruption is not an easy task, you face a lot of challenges. Besides learning different ways to fight corruption, I also came to this school to get inspired and re-energise my ideas and motivation in continuing to be a leader in anti-corruption.” - Liridona, Kosovo, TISI alumni  

Over the course of the seven-days students will have classroom lectures, role playing scenarios, group projects and peer-to-peer interactions.

The goal is to give students the necessary skills to empower them in the fight against corruption in their countries; they also receive 6 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits from Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius.

 

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Applications now open for TISI 2017

There are a number of scholarships available for students from certain countries.

Deadline for scholarship applications is 1 May 2017, for non-scholarship applications – 15 May 2017.

Non-scholarship applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

 

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