AITT is offering FULL SCHOLARSHIPS to cover the WHOLE cost of participation. Apply now to for a chance to be in Mauritius this December 2013 for the most enriching experience of your life. “Adventures in the Tropics” is a unique 5-day leadership retreat set amidst the tropical treasures of a little paradise, Mauritius. The program aims to create a platform for young people to develop their leadership potential and skills.
This year’s retreat, running from 16th to 21st December, will be themed around Self-leadership. More specifically, Self-discovery. Cut off from the world and reconnect with yourself and your true leadership potential on a tropical island!
This is a once in a lifetime experience where you will unleash your true potential while unveiling the beauties of a tropical island. So pack your bathing suit, a lot of sun screen and all your enthusiasm for this life changing experience. Forget everything and find yourself this December: Mauritius is waiting for you!
Applications are invited from all over the world with the aim to have the most diverse group of participants possible. About 25 to 30 participants will be selected for this inaugural year Adventures in Tropics.
Adventures in Tropics seeks participants who are:
Young people aged 17-25
Passionate about leadership
Motivated and engaging in conversations
Ready to challenge themselves
Scholarship offer applies to only non-Mauritian citizens and does not cover airfare.
How to Apply
To apply for Adventures in the tropics please follow these steps:
Prepare a CV
Download and fill in the application form
Save the application form as [ Name of applicant-AITT ]
Send both your form and your CV at the following email address: email@example.com
Adventures in Tropics is working with a rolling admission process system and all applicants will be informed of their admission’s decision and funding, if applicable, within 4 days after submission of all required documents.
Deadline: October 27, 2013
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