Be part of the transformative agenda at the African Leadership Centre in 2016.
The African Leadership Centre (ALC) at the world-renowned King’s College London aims to transform discourse on peace, security and development in Africa and the developing world. It includes a semi-autonomous research centre in Nairobi, Kenya, set up in collaboration with the University of Nairobi..
MSc Security, Leadership & Society
MSc Leadership & Development
Our two master’s programmes are delivered at a Global Top 20 University (QS World Rankings 2014) in the heart of London. Open to students across the globe, it isIdeal for students committed to designing and implementing frameworks that engender peaceful conflict resolution in the developing world.
The ALC Fellowships seek to build a new community of African scholars generating cutting edge knowledge for peace, security and development in Africa.
Peace, Security and Development Fellowship for African Scholars
Open to citizens of an African country who are junior faculty members based in universities in Africa. A rigorous training programme which includes a 12-month MSc programme at King’s College London and six months at an African institution.
Peace and Security Fellowship for African Women
Open to female citizens of African countries who have knowledge of, or experience of women’s rights, gender and development issues. A 12-month postgraduate non-degree training programme in conflict, security and development.
For further information and to apply:
MSc programmes: www.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus
Fellowships: www.africanleadershipcentre.org Deadline for Fellowship applications is 18 March 2016