The Edward de Bono Institute is collaborating with The Young Transatlantic Innovation Leaders Initiative (YTILI) to promote its Fellowship Program among entrepreneurs in Malta.
The YTILI Program represents the U.S. Department of State’s flagship program aimed at emerging entrepreneurs in Europe aged between 25 to 35.
As part of this program, one entrepreneur from Malta is provided with the opportunity to further develop their leadership and entrepreneurial skills by way of a mini-MBA in Entrepreneurship, designed and developed by the WorldChicago, DePaul University (Chicago, IL) and GEA College (Ljubljana, Slovenia), and a U.S. Fellowship, which involves a five-week exchange experience in the US.
Due to the current COVID-19 scenario, the mini-MBA will be offered through both virtual and in-person components. To increase the accessibility of the YTILI program, any entrepreneur who applies for and is successfully accepted into the YTILI Program benefits from access to subsidies and all-inclusive travel and accommodation in the US.
Please visit the YTILI webpage for more information.
The application deadline is Monday 1 March 2021.