Scholarship in Water Leadership Programme for the applicants of East asia Central asia/southeast asia south asia at National University of Singapore, Singapore-2011
Study Subject(s):water utilities governance, practical guidance on managing water utilities effectively, and potential strategies
Course Level:Training programme
Scholarship Provider: Temasek Foundation, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and PUB, Singapore’s national water agency
Scholarship can be taken at: Singapore
Eligibility:-The TFWLP is open for applications from teams of 5-7 members each from one country. Each team should comprise of a combination of policy makers, public utilities officials, consultants, researchers and representatives of civil society who are have worked together.
-An ideal team, for example, would consist of 3-4 persons from a public utility agency, 1-2 national government representatives, and 1-2 private or not-for-profit representatives.
-5-7 specific country teams will be selected to participate in the programme.
-English is the language of instruction.
-All participants are therefore required to have a working knowledge of written and spoken English.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: China . Mongolia 1. Kazakhstan 2. Kyrgyzstan 3. Tajikistan 4. Turkmenistan 5. Uzbekistan 6. Afghanistan southeast asia south asia 1. Indonesia 2. Philippines 3. Thailand 4. Myanmar 5. Cambodia 6. Laos 7. Vietnam 8. Timor Leste 1. India 2. Maldives 3. Sri Lanka 4. Bangladesh 5. Pakistan 6. Nepal 7. Bhutan
Scholarship Description: The Temasek Foundation Water Leadership Programme (TFWLP), developed in collaboration between Temasek Foundation, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and PUB, Singapore’s national water agency, is designed for water utilities managers operating in Asian emerging markets that are adapting to the increasing water and sanitation demands placed on them. The programme will expose participants to the best practices in water utilities governance, practical guidance on managing water utilities effectively, and potential strategies to deal with existing and future challenges.The TFWLP will accept team applications composed of 5-7 members each from one country. 5-7 specific country teams will be selected to participate in the programme. Each team would ideally be composed of 3-4 persons from a public utility agency, 1-2 national government representatives, and 1 – 2 private or not- for-profit representatives.