The competitive fellowship will give 20 select fellows an opportunity to solve real-life local problems while applying the 21st century 4Cs skills and explore human-centered design / Design thinking methodologies. The fellows - together with other curious change makers and a community of research and innovation experts - will engage in rewarding research, problem solving and innovation projects in financial services.
To be admitted, the fellow will be required to have satisfied the following requirements:
Final level undergraduate and Masters-level students (interested PhD students will also be considered)
Students from the following Schools/faculties/departments: Computer Science, Business, Development Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Law, Actuarial Science, Economics, Engineering, and Agriculture.