Cranfield School of Management
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Cranfield MBA Scholarship for Women
Scholarship Name Cranfield MBA Scholarship for Women
Academic Year 2020
Scholarship amount up to £14,000
Nationality Any

To recognise the contribution of women in today's business environment, this scholarship aims to give an increased number of women the opportunity to study an MBA at Cranfield.

Course: Full-time and Executive MBA

Value: up to £14,000 towards the tuition fees

At a glance

  • Funding valueUp to £14,000
  • Suitable for Applicants fromUK, EU, Rest of World
  • DeadlineOn going
  • Funding provider(s)Cranfield School of Management

What it covers

To assist with tuition fees.

Who can apply

The scholarship is designed for female applicants of the Full-time and Executive MBA course. The admissions board will award the scholarships based on evidence of career progression, senior management potential and interpersonal and team-working skills. 

Applicable Courses

  • Executive MBA
  • MBA Full-time

How to apply

Please indicate in the funding section of your application for admission that you could like to be considered for the scholarship, or

Email: studymba@cranfield.ac.uk

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