We are using a competitive application process to select only 31 students to attend the theoretical training on August 17, out of which only 6 students will be chosen to attend an extended in-person session. These 6 students will be selected off the strength of their applications, in particular their interest in behavioral science and a public-policy career.
This course is made possible thanks to the generous support from International Association for Research in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Grant in Higher Education Innovation.
An interactive virtual session on Behavioral Science theories and their application in public policy. Guest Lecture from Syon Bhanot, who is a behavioral and public economist as well as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Swarthmore College.
A session conducted in a workshop format with practical exercises with which to apply theories.
Are graduate students enrolled in Kenyan universities in the social sciences.
Are interested in behavioral science and its real-world application.
Are interested in pursuing a career in public policy.
Have at least 8-10 hours available to engage with the course materials.
Busara does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process nor do we request information about your bank accounts. Please note that you will only be required to pay if you are successful in your application. The payment details and information will be communicated to you by someone from Busara at that stage.
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