Jim Ellert MBA Scholarships for Africans, Southeast Asians, and Central/Eastern Europeans

Jim Ellert MBA Scholarships are intended to attract students from Africa, Central and Eastern Europe (including all former Soviet republics), and the South-Eastern Asian Peninsula (Thailand, Myramar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia)
 
Host SchoolIMD Switzerland

Course of StudyMasters in Business Administration

Number of awardsOne (1) will be given

Scholarship benefitsCHF 20,000

Method of ApplicationCriteria include:
1) Acceptance into the IMD MBA Program
2) Submitting an essay on: ‘Why I would like to do an MBA at IMD’ (maximum 500 words)
Candidates will also be considered on the basis of merit as per the quality of their admission application (see website via link below for ‘essay template’)

EligibilityCandidates who have already applied to the full-time IMD MBA program and who demonstrate strong financial need (with preference given to women). Candidates will also be considered on the basis of merit as per the quality of their admission application.

Eligible groupsNationals and citizens from the following regions:
•    Africa,
•    Central and Eastern Europe (including all former Soviet republics), and
•    South-Eastern Asian Peninsula (Thailand, Myramar, Cambodia, Loas, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia)

DEADLINE:Applications are accepted every year. All applications must reach IMD at the address stipulated (see below under ‘Contact’) on or before the 30th September of any year of applying.

ContactScholarship essays, or questions, should be sent to mbafinance@imd.ch
To apply, click here

 

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