Credit : EUROMED
EUROMED Migration V (EMM5), an EU-funded programme implemented by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), is organizing in February 2022 the first Euro-Mediterranean Training for Young Migration Professionals (TYMP).
EMM5 is inviting interested persons to apply to the Training for Young Migration Professionals which will take place in Malta on 21-25 February 2022. The training is a fully-accredited programme, run by recognized policy experts and organized by a referenced international organisation in the field of migration policy. All expenses are covered.
Participants will be trained in various aspects of migration policy-making with a special focus on Euro-Mediterranean issues. The training programme will be divided between knowledge and skills modules to help participants self-develop and gain valuable practical skills applicable in a wide variety of settings and contexts. The training is fully accredited by the Maltese Ministry of Higher Education: Successful participants will receive academic credits recognized and transferable under the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
Training modules as well as all related material will be delivered in English. The programme will take place in small groups (up to 12 participants) to foster a conducive learning atmosphere and ensure individual monitoring by our team of qualified course instructors. Indicative list of modules:
Behavioral science for policy-making
The training is open to all motivated young professionals from the Middle East and North Africa region with an academic or professional background in migration issues. Candidates must be graduates (BA-level minimum) and/or display limited professional experience in migration issues or related fields (academia and research, humanitarian work, policy support, administration, etc.). Verbal and written fluency in English is an essential requirement. Candidates from all age groups and residence are invited to submit an application. Required:
National from the Middle East or north Africa region
Recent graduate from an academic programme with a focus on migration issues OR professional with limited work experience (less than 2 years)
Motivation to undertake a career in public administration, international organisations, civil society or research
Fluency in English, spoken and written
Availability to attend the programme in presence in Malta in February 2022
Desirable: Familiarity with Euro-Mediterranean migration policy development and issues
The application process is entirely virtual. Please submit your application at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure to include the following documentation:
Filled out applicant information form. Access the form here