The Humphrey Fellowship Program provides mid-career professionals from designated countries – including Angola – with an opportunity to enhance their professional capacities through participation in specialized 10-month non degree programs developed specifically for small clusters of Humphrey Fellows at selected U.S. universities.
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The Humphrey Program was launched in 1978 to honor the memory and accomplishments of the late U.S. Senator and Vice President, Hubert H. Humphrey.
During their year-long stay at a host American university, Humphrey Fellows are invited to take graduate courses relevant to their professional interests. However, as the Humphrey Fellowship is not a degree program, participants spend a considerable portion of their time engaged in professional development activities including: consultations and affiliations with U.S. faculty and experts, field trips, workshops, research projects and the development of practical useful strategies that could be applied in the Fellows’ home countries.
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Field of Study
The Public Affairs Office of the U.S. Embassy in Luanda offers to qualified Angolans Humphrey Fellowship opportunities in the following fields:
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- Agricultural development
- Banking and finance
- Drug abuse prevention
- Economic development
- Educational administration and planning
- Human resource development
- Law and human rights
- Natural resources and environmental management
- Public health policy and management
- Public policy analysis and public administration
- Technology policy and management
- Urban and regional planning
General Fellowship Requirements
- Candidates must hold at least a first-level university degree (equivalent to a B.A. or B.S.) to enable them to undertake graduate level study in the U.S.
- Candidates must be proficient in English as measured by the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), with a minimum score of 525 in the PBT version or 195 in the IBT version of the test.
- Humphrey Fellows are expected to be resourceful and display initiative. Their applications should indicate how they and their home institutions and countries could benefit from experiences to be acquired under the program.
Specific Eligibility Criteria
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Prospective applicants must:
- Be residents and citizens of Angola.
- Be a graduate of an accredited university or college and hold a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.
- Have five years of substantial professional experience.
- Show leadership ability and broadly defined commitment to public service.
- Be proficient in English.
- Be committed to returning to Angola after completing the program.
For more information, visit https://ao.usembassy.gov/education-culture/fulbright-program/humphrey-fellowship-program/
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