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Gallifrey funding for Social Enterprise at London Business School in UK, 2019

The London Business School is happy to announce a Gallifrey funding for Social Enterprise to pursue a master degree. Free schooling is exclusively open for African students in the field of Business.

The aim of the full tuition is to support excellent students from Africa.

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Brief Description

  • University or Organization: London Business School
  • Department: Business
  • Course Level:   Master degree programme
  • Fully funded Award: £20,000
  • Access Mode: Online
  • Number of Awards: 1 education assistance
  • Nationality: African citizens
  • A program can be taken in the UK
  • Application Deadline: Open
  • Language: English

Eligibility:

  • Eligible Countries: African citizens are eligible to receive this award.
  • Eligibility Criteria: All successful MBA, EMBA and Sloan Masters applicants who have a background in social enterprise. Applications from women and/or candidates residing in Africa encouraged. Recipients of the award are expected to contribute to the School’s future recruitment of other students from a similar background.

Master Award

How to apply:

  • How to apply: All candidates who receive an offer for the January 2019 intake of the Executive MBA will be automatically considered for this award. You can fill the application form via online mode.
  • Supporting Documents: A completed online application form (which can be saved and completed over time), with application essays, a one-page CV/resume, and names and details of two referees.
  • Language Requirement: Applicants must have sufficient knowledge of the language of instruction of the host university.

Benefit:

The sponsorship will cover £20,000.

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