The fellowship program (CIAT) invites public sector representatives of developing countries to Korea and provides capacity building trainings focusing on sharing Korea's experience and technology
KOICA's fellowship program (CIAT) is Korea's leading human resources development (HRD) training program where KOICA invites civil officials, engineers, researchers, and policy makers in developing countries who will lead economic and social growth of their countries and provides capacity building trainings focusing on sharing Korea's experience and technology for development.
KOICA's global fellowship program CIAT (Capacity Improvement & Advancement for Tomorrow)
KOICA launched the fellowship program "CIAT" with an aim to support leaders of developing countires in different areas to bring the economic and social growth of their countries.
CIAT stands for "Capacity Improvement & Advancement for Tomorrow", meaning individual's capacity development for a better future, and moreover the advancement of their organizations and policies as well.
Started the fellowship program with the financial support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). It wass the first type of support that Korea has provided to its partner countries.
Started running the program with the Korean government's budget
Opened International Cooperation Center (ICC) (Yeomgok-dong, Seoul)
Relocated ICC when a new KOICA headquarter was built
Launched the fellowship program with the name 'CIAT'
A capacity-building program on policy & technology, attended by a single or multiple countries
Single country: Attended by a particular country
Multi-country: Attended by multiple countries at the same time
CIAT offers two types of degrees when completing the program.