Future Leaders Connect – The global network of emerging policy leaders

The Møller Institute at Churchill College, University of Cambridge is delighted to once again be working with the British Council on 9ts Future Leaders Connect programme.

group in Future Leaders Connect session

Future Leaders Connect is the British Council’s long-term global network of emerging policy leaders. Exceptional young leaders are identified from around the world and Future Leaders Connect provides them with an opportunity to develop their skills, expand their network and ultimately make a difference through policy making.

This is the third year that The Møller Institute has partnered with the British Council to design and deliver this impactful programme. Richard Hill, Head of Knowledge and Learning at The Møller Institute, said “We are delighted to once again be working with the British Council on this vital programme. Being able to support the growth and development of a passionate and ambitious group of future leaders from around the world is extremely important and this is a project The Møller Institute is proud to be a part of.”


For the first time, this programme was delivered online, over a six-week period (11 October -19 November, 2021). Participants will benefit from a high-quality learning and development programme based on the needs of young global policy leaders, the programme is accredited by the British Council and the Møller Institute at Churchill College, University of Cambridge.

Applications for Future Leaders Connect

If you are aged 25-35, have a policy idea and the potential to be a senior leader, apply now.

You will gain exclusive access to policy experts and training, discuss your policy ideas with UK Parliamentarians and Government and network with some of the world’s most senior leaders.

If you have a high-level policy idea that could lead to significant change and  believe you have senior leadership potential this is an excellent professional development opportunity for you.

Existing members of the network have already gone on to make an impact across 13 countries, whether bringing in new laws, founding think tanks and even advising presidents.

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