CRISP program now open for Sri Lankan Chevening applicants
The British High Commission, Colombo has announced that the Chevening
CRISP Programme has expanded to include Sri Lankan applications.
CRISP is a Chevening Fellowship programme funded by the Foreign and
Commonwealth Office and the Rolls-Royce which provides funding for a
three-month tailor-made course in the Said Business School at the Oxford
University. It is a unique programme aimed specifically at mid-career
Indian and Sri Lankan professionals working in the fields of science,
innovation, business and related public administration.
Chevening Fellows benefit from unique enrichment activities, deeper
engagement with organisations, and much more. For more information about
the CRISP programme, please visit the Chevening website http://www.chevening.org/srilankaandthemaldives/
and apply online.
The deadline for applications is Friday, October 31.