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United World Schools, Nepal Teaching Fellowship Program

United World Schools, Nepal Teaching Fellowship Program

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United World Schools, Nepal Teaching Fellowship Program

UWS Nepal initiated the Teaching Fellowship Program in early 2017. It is a two-year graduate placement program aimed at Nepali scholars who are seeking experience in teaching, community action and international development. This program aims to tackle the issues of substandard education environment in rural regions by placing a trained UWS Fellow in UWS aided community schools.

The Fellowship program provides children from marginalized communities to get connected with Nepal’s exceptionally bright, accomplished, enthusiastic individuals across the nation. The Fellows will have an opportunity to “teach the unreached” alongside personal development. This fellowship program provides skills, knowledge and tools to serve as a full-time teacher for children deprived of quality education. Through this experience of teaching and working with students, parents, and community leaders the fellows will be exposed to the grass root realities of Nepal’s education system. The Fellows will have a starting platform for their own careers and broaden their association as a leader, building a larger movement for systemic change towards educational equity in Nepal.

Fellowship Objectives
The program aims to achieve the following broader objectives:

  • To enhance the quality of education delivered in rural Nepal through modern teaching methodology
  • To create a meaningful connection between students, teachers, parents and community leaders, understanding each others’ problems through cooperation and collaboration
  • To produce leaders who can make a life-long commitment to addressing educational inequality, by teaching in poor and marginalized communities for at least two years
  • To improve the learning environment and life skills of rural children
  • To work towards removing socioeconomic barriers in remote communities

United World Schools, Nepal Teaching Fellowship Program looks for Fellows who are hopeful, tenacious, and centered on the needs of their students. Before applying to our program, make sure that you meet our following basic program requirements:

  1.  The applicants should be a Nepali citizen
  2. The applicants should have the proper understanding about the mission and goal of UWS Nepal Teaching Fellowship
  3. The applicants need to have completed minimum Bachelor’s degree
  4. The applicants should not be less than 20 years
  5. There should not be any past police records of the applicants
  6.  The applicants should have the motivation to bring change in educational inequity of the country
  7. The applicants should have proper leadership skills
  8. The applicants should be fluent in Nepali and English speaking and writing
  9. The applicants should have good numeracy skills
  10. The applicants should have passion for education and developmental works
  11. Most importantly, the applicants should have the willingness to make commitment for two years to the fellowship program of UWS Nepal

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Deadline: 25th March 2018


Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Deadline25 March,2018



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