We would like to announce that the International Cooperation Division will be holding its G20 Global Leadership Program from April 21 – June 2, 2021. This program has been designed for experienced managers, practitioners and decision makers in their respective organization who will be working in some capacity as a leader, change agent, or facilitator in promoting global development or on G20 agenda-setting. We welcome all of applications from G20 countries and emerging countries.
What will we do
This is a blended program that will be offered using online and offline methodology. Calling upon participants to share their respective experiences, the online lectures will include lessons from Korea’s development experience with regards to growth strategies, trade and industrial policies, human development and other key development areas. G20 development agenda issues will also be addressed. Topics that may be covered during the course include how to overcome challenges to development amidst global changes in healthcare, energy, climate change and technology.
The program also incorporates a Field Study trip to Korea. This Field Study component is designed to optimize opportunities for participants to engage in in-depth discussions with the speakers and fellow G20 participants, as well as participate in activities outside the classroom that can build upon your online/classroom learnings.
* Details of the Field Study trip will be announced later in the year and will depend on COVID-19 travel restrictions.
How to apply
Please submit an online application via the link below. The application deadline for the program is February 28th, 2021.
Application Link: https://forms.gle/kxc7AE5yyZ7q9sMe8
For more detailed information regarding the G20 Global Leadership Program, please refer to the attached file.
International Cooperation Division
International Cooperation and Capacity Building Department
Office of Development Research and International Cooperation
KDI School of Public Policy and Management
** Those who have participated in the G20 Global Leadership Program or other ODA programs funded by KDI School of Public Policy and Management in the last two years will not be eligible to apply.