Coventry University London to offer £5,000 MBA scholarship to selected student

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Coventry University London to offer £5,000 MBA scholarship to selected student

14 January 2016

 

Coventry University has teamed up with Future Finance to offer an MBA scholarship of £5,000 to one prospective student holding an offer from Coventry University London Campus for April 2016 entry.

Future Finance offer undergraduate and postgraduate students a new way to fund their university education through a series of scholarships and loan opportunities. Students who wish to apply must write a statement of 500 words about how they use their qualification to make a difference to the business world, have an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent and a reference letter from an academic or employer.

This scholarship is available to students who already hold an offer (conditional or unconditional) of a place on an MBA programme starting in April 2016 at Coventry University London Campus and it will be awarded though a reduction in fees of £5,000. Coventry was named University of the Year 2015 by Times Higher Education Awards.

The deadline to apply for this fantastic scholarship opportunity is 21st March 2016. Arrange a free consultation so we can help you get started.

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