Preparing Global Leaders Institute 2014 – Applications Open!

Preparing Global Leaders Institute 2014 – Applications Open!

Deadline: March 30, 2014

Applications are now open for the Preparing Global Leaders Institute 2014 taking place from Aug 12-24 in Struga & Skopje Macedonia. The “Preparing Global Leaders Institute” is a premiere two week program for the best students and young professionals in the world. Participants will take short courses on political economy, international relations, diplomacy, foreign policy, leadership and communication from a distinguished, award-winning faculty.

Summit delegates will demonstrate their skills and knowledge through media, speech, parliamentary, and advertising simulations and competitions. Distinguished world leaders will also work with delegates.

Many cultural field trips with delegates from over 30+ countries are also a key component of the program. The program seeks to prepare aspiring global scholar-leaders with the tools that are necessary for effective leadership in an increasingly complex world.


  • Citizens of any country in the world are eligible to apply.
  • Applicants born from 1980 onward are eligible to apply.
  • All applicants must be either enrolled to a higher education institution or have already completed university level studies.
  • Applications are welcome by young professionals provided that they have completed at least first cycle of university studies.

Scholarship and Program Cost

Applicants may apply for scholarships given by PGLI. Scholarships are based on merit, civic involvement, and motivation. Should applicants wish to apply for a scholarship they should enclose a brief scholarship statement to their application.

Self-financed students pay the full cost of the program which is 1000 EUR (covering tuition fees, accommodation, full meal plan, special events, sport facilities, vocational trips, and transportation Struga-Skopje).

All participants are responsible for travel arrangements and associated insurance and VISA costs (if needed) to Macedonia.

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