How to Register

To Be a Delegate

If you are interested to be one of the delegates at the University Scholars Leadership Symposium, you must complete the online application form.

Administration Fee

For online applications, an administration fee of USD $12.00 must be submitted through PayPal / TransferWise together with your completed online form. Please take note that the administration fee is non-refundable.

Notification of Successful Candidates

If your application is successful, you will receive an official response from the Selection Committee within 7 to 10 working days from the date of your application. Selected candidates need to confirm their attendance by paying the full registration fee within 30 days from the date of notification. Failure to make the payment in full within the stipulated period will mean that you have decided to withdraw your application.

Watal Brian Wekesa

United States International University

Bigger Picture

I am immensely grateful to have been privileged enough to attend the University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS) as a delegate two times over the last three years, in 2017 and now in 2019. By attending, I have been given the opportunity to get the bigger picture of what leadership in the 21st century requires. At USLS we have been reminded that we are the people who need to take charge and transform the globe by positively developing societies and impacting people’s lives.

My overall experience is that the USLS is the best avenue for young leaders to be inspired to follow their dreams in life to transform societies as desired. USLS reminds us that it is not only important to dream big because, in order to achieve greatness, we need to start and develop slowly..

My deepest gratitude to Humanitarian Affairs for creating this platform that has enabled young leaders to create friendships, foster partnerships, and inspire one another as we soldier on towards improving people’s lives across the globe

A key moment for me was the session discussing the struggles of refugees. There was a performance enacted by refugee children that depicted innocent children being killed by the military. It was heart wrenching to imagine those specific children on stage being in that kind of situation. I though, How could I sit idly by while such innocent lives continue to be marred by such evil? Both my husband (who was also a USLS delegate) and I felt motivated to do something to help these refugee children, in our own little way.