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The LEAP programme seeks future leaders and changemakers who have the ambitions and skills to innovate at the system level: highly skilled developers, serial entrepreneurs, creative designers, intrapreneurs, who have new ideas or innovations that you have introduced or want to introduce. Also government officials, financiers, researchers, who work for greater institutions and system conditions to allow innovations to flourish.
An important part of the program is to link us all together and create ecosystems of actors who jointly increase the transformative impact on society.
LEAP is aimed at individuals who have an entrepreneurial mind-set of collaborative problem solving, and who acknowledge that a better future for people and planet requires new ways of thinking and acting.
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All costs related to accommodation, food and transport during the LEAP programme are covered. The program will pay for transportation to and from the modules locations (Stockholm, Sweden and Tallinn, Estonia), but participants are responsible for costs related to transport within their countries.
During the programme all participants will be insured against acute illness and accident.
Participants are responsible for obtaining their visas in good time before departure to the modules (Sweden and Estonia). Note that the cost for the visa will have to be borne by the participant.
When applying for a visa we will provide the participants with a letter of invitation and an insurance certificate. Selected participants will receive more information about how to arrange a visa for the modules shortly after having been accepted to the programme.
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