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From Bankelele Thu Jan 24 2013, 08:28:00

Some open opportunities to apply for;

African Development Bank: 2013 Internship Programme Session 2 - Provides students with an opportunity to acquire professional and practical experience at the African Development Bank and the Bank with a pool of potential candidates for future recruitment purposes.

PhD Fellowships from the African Economic Research Consortium for people who have gained admission in 2013-14 to selected universities such as Cornell, Oxford, Ohio State or the Universities of Bonn, Sussex, Newcastle and others. Apply through these university websites before April 30.

The African Leadership Academy seeks to enroll the most outstanding young leaders from across Africa and around the world. Deadline is February 28.

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