The Ashridge scholarship
Friday 20 July 2012
You can join Kriss Akabusi on his Ashridge MBA. i and Ashridge are jointly offering a scholarship worth £32,500, including VAT, to the best candidate for the one-year full-time MBA or two-year Executive MBA programme.
How to enter
By 3 August, you must complete an MBA application form and create a PowerPoint slide describing your skills and how they would add value to an Ashridge MBA. Please email these to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If shortlisted you will be invited to Ashridge for an afternoon on the week commencing 20 August. You will take part in a 20-minute group discussion on management, sustainability or leadership and present back for 10 minutes.
The finalists will be invited to interview with the director of MBA programmes and asked to complete Ashridge tests (if holding no GMAT score).
The scholarship is offered for Executive MBA and full-time MBA programmes starting 20 September 2012. Applicants must start on this date and take part in the full programme. Competition open to UK residents only. Scholarship covers tuition fees but not travel and accommodation. Applicants must satisfy entry criteria, published at ashridge.org.uk/mba. The winner will be notified by telephone and email. For information email email@example.com
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