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Applications for sixth cycle of Young ICCA Mentoring Programme now open

We are pleased to announce that applications for the sixth cycle of the Mentoring Programme are now open! Interested in applying to the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme? Please review the below information carefully before submitting your application.  

All current Young ICCA members are eligible to apply to become Mentees in the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme. The programme is best suited to students and young professionals interested in international arbitration. Applications for this cycle of the Programme, commencing in January 2019, will be accepted until 1 October 2018

To submit an application for the sixth cycle of the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme, complete the electronic form here. Please have your CV and a one-page letter of motivation ready to upload via the form. 

Please note: If you are unable to apply or unsuccessful this year, you will be able to apply next year (in September/October of 2019) for a two-year cycle beginning in January 2020. No fee is charged for participation in the Mentoring Programme, and no financial benefits or funding are available through the Programme. 

The Young ICCA policy for the application process is as follows:

•    Applications received after the closing of the deadline (midnight CEST Monday 1 October 2018) will not be accepted under any circumstances;
•    Incomplete applications will be disregarded;
•    No special accommodations shall be made to successful applicants, i.e., any requests for a specific Mentor or group will not be enterntained; and
•    Due to the overwhelming number of applications Young ICCA expects to receive for this upcoming Programme, no feedback or comments shall be given to applicants who are not selected to participate in the 2019-2020 Mentoring Programme.

For more information visit the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme page. If you have any further queries, please contact the Young ICCA Mentoring Programme Coordinators, Eric Chang (eric.chang@youngicca.org) and Gloria Alvarez (gloria.alvarez@youngicca.org).