Four MBA Scholarships at University of Edinburgh

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Four MBA Scholarships at University of Edinburgh

2 February 2016

University of Edinburgh–sixth oldest university in the UK is offering four scholarships to the international students who will undertake MBA program. The student can apply for the scholarships only if they have received an offer(conditional/unconditional) from the University of Edinburgh.

Scholarships:

  • MBA Achievement Scholarships– This scholarship is for candidates who can demonstrate successful prior achievement in contributing to the improvement of a business, social or public organisation.

Scholarship Value: £5,000

Last Date: 31st July 2016

 

Find more scholarship information here.

 

  • MBA Diversity Scholarships– The scholarship will be awarded to student who enhances the diversity of cultures in Edinburgh.

Scholarship Value: £5,000

Last Date: 31st July 2016

 

  • MBA Merit Scholarships– This scholarship is for candidates who can demonstrate exceptional prior qualifications.

Scholarship Value: £5,000

Last Date: 31st July 2016

 

  • MBA Leadership Scholarships– This scholarship will be awarded to candidates who can demonstrate strong leadership experience or potential and have at least 5 year’s work experience.

Scholarship Value: £10,000

Last Date: 31st July 2016

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