Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) project on Comprehensive Capacity building in the Eastern Neighbourhood and Central Asia project supported by UK Research Councils, otherwise knowns as the GCRF COMPASS project has exclusively collaborated with BrainGain Academy for its ten-day on “Leadership Program On Global Challenges”.
The program will take place in Cambridge, UK from February 9 to 19, 2020, run by academics and researchers from University of Cambridge and their global partners and collaborators, and will focus on global challenges and sustainability. The deadline to apply for the program is January 15, 2020. The program is highly competitive and will accept a select few students to participate.
This project is jointly managed by University of Kent and University of Cambridge in the UK, ADA University, Azerbaijan; Belarusian State University, Belarus; Tajik National University, Tajikistan and University of World Economic Diplomacy, Uzbekistan; in partnership with BrainGain Academy in India.
This highly competitive program for professionals, university students, civil servants, government officials and entrepreneurs will focus on the prevalent challenges today such as global economic crisis, climate change, health and well-being.
The program will be taught by faculty and experts who link academic research with practical outcomes and is drawn from various key individuals working in a number of departments at University of Cambridge, Prof. Gil Lonzarich, Senior Professor, Department of Physics, Cavendish Labs; Dr. Patricia Alireza, Experimental Physicist and; Dr. Richard Sidebottom, Scholar at University of Cambridge’s Centre for Development Studies to name a few.
Harjiv Singh, Founder and CEO of BrainGain Academy says, “We are honoured to collaborate with such a prestigious university for their short-term program. Combined with our expertise in attracting young talents, we think that the program will get an impressive outcome.”