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BRINGING TOGETHER THE BEST OF INDIA AND THE UK
We are now accepting applications for the CHEVENING ROLLS-ROYCE SCIENCE AND INNOVATION LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME (CRISP), and will close on 5 October 2014 at 23:59 GMT.
CRISP is a Fellowship programme funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Rolls-Royce for 12 mid-career top level people in the field of science and innovation - with links to public policy - in India. It provides providing funding for three months study on a tailor-made course in the UK. It is a unique programme aimed specifically at mid-career Indian professionals working in the fields of science, innovation, business and related public administration. The ideal candidate should be in mid-career in business or the public sector with exceptionally high potential.
The following disciplines are particularly relevant:
This programme provides an invaluable opportunity for Indian professionals to establish their own networks of contacts in the UK who would be of direct value to their work and career development in India.
Each Fellowship covers the following:
The Programme offers an intense all-expenses paid 11-week course at the prestigious Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford.
Its wide range of modules will include lectures, workshops, visits and interactions with high profile companies and scientists, and will bridge pure research and business/scientific entrepreneurship, practical processes of innovation, commercialisation of research and technology transfer.
The course is aimed at some of India's brightest scientists, business people and public servants.
The objectives of the Programme are to:
Promote the role of science and innovation as a driver of growth and opportunity
Forge lasting ties between the UK and India’s future leaders
The programme provides opportunities for personal and professional development and for participants to extend their own individual UK-India network.
The programme includes a mixture of academic sessions, visits, group and individual projects, tutorials/ mentoring sessions (including personal development), debates,guided/focused study visits and seminars and projects of professional relevance, and social and cultural activities (with an emphasis on visual and spoken communication). There will be significant contact with UK specialists and opportunities for participants to develop their own connections and interests.
There will be four main strands: Science, Innovation, Leadership & Management and Politics/Policy. Each module will include lectures, exercises and discussions that focus on relevant ideas and challenges. As part of the programme each participant will research, develop and present a business plan.
Throughout the programme, participants will receive personal and profession development coaching from trained mentors at the Said Business School. These mentors will help guide individuals and groups through the content of the programme, and will also work to ensure that each person gets the most out of his or her experience.
The Saïd Business School is one of Europe's youngest and most entrepreneurial business schools. An integral part of the University of Oxford, the School embodies the academic rigour and forward thinking that has made Oxford a world leader in education. The School is dedicated to developing a new generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs, and conducting research not only into the nature of business, but the connections between business and the wider world.
For university details please visit http://www.ox.ac.uk
The Fellowship programme is supported by one of the UK's most innovative companies, Rolls Royce.
Rolls-Royce is actively involved in, and supportive of, educational opportunities and activities for students, graduates and professional executives. The company is a world-leading provider of power systems and services for use on land, at sea and in the air, and has established a strong position in global markets - civil aerospace, defence aerospace, marine and energy. In 2009, Rolls-Royce invested £864 million in research and development, two thirds of which had the objective of further improving the environmental aspects of its products, in particular the reduction of emissions. Please visit the Rolls-Royce website for more detail: http://www.rolls-royce.com/
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