The Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate (TLU) Program and Tomorrow’s Leaders Graduate (TLG) Program support students in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region by providing undergraduate and master-level academic matriculation, civic education, and leadership development. TLU and TLG are a leadership-training program that partners with leading U.S.-accredited universities in the MENA region to build a cadre of community, business, and national leaders who are civic-minded, intellectually able, and professionally skilled.
About US- Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI)
Aiming to advance stability and prosperity in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) program supports governments and their citizens to achieve shared political, economic and stability objectives. The MEPI program responds to needs and emerging opportunities for citizens and organizations that target two core objectives: Participatory Governance, Economic Opportunity. A cross cutting theme is the focus on government-citizen relations: empowering partnerships between citizens, non-governmental organizations, the private sector, and government inst... read more
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Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate (TLU) Progra
Aim and Benefits of Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate (TLU) Progra
The program covers the following:
- Full tuition coverage (for a maximum period of four academic years)
- Housing (double room occupancy)
- University health insurance
- Entrance visa and residency permit fees
- Monthly living allowance
- A yearly book allowance
- Laptop for the duration of the program
- Two yearly round trip tickets from and to your home country
- Opportunity for a study abroad semester in the U.S. (subject to maintaining a CGPA of 3.0 and above)
- Civic leadership and career-oriented workshops
- Internship opportunities
- Faculty mentorship and guidance
- Professional training on leadership and gender.
- Academic advising, mentoring services, and learning services
Requirements for Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate (TLU) Progra Qualification
To be eligible to apply, you must:
- Be a citizen/national of Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Syria, Yemen, and Iraq, and West Bank and Gaza (including Palestinians residing outside of the West Bank and Gaza);
- Be a current high school senior or applicant who graduated from high school in 2023. In Yemen, Syria, Libya, and Iraq current high school senior or applicant who graduated from high school in 2022 or 2023;
- Demonstrate strong academic credentials;
- Demonstrate proficiency in written and spoken English with a minimum of 55 for the TOEFL iBT that is less than two years old;
- Exhibit maturity, flexibility and leadership potential;
- Maintain a high GPA and pass high school leaving exam in final year;
- Be able to start the program in August/September of 2024;
- Demonstrate financial need per Tomorrow’s Leaders Program and host university financial aid policies; and
- Students who qualify may be eligible for up to one year of intensive English Language training if needed.
Note: U.S. Citizens or U.S. Legal Permanent Residents are not eligible to apply.
Application DeadlineNovember 30, 2023
How to Apply
FHI 360 manages recruitment for the Tomorrow’s Leaders program on behalf of the U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative. Interested candidates should visit the Tomorrow’s Leaders website at www.tomorrowsleadersprogram.org for full eligibility requirements and the application information.
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