Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Dean’s Leadership in Emerging Economies Scholarships, Australia 2018

Deadline: 30/06/2018 Degree: MBA Scholarship Description: Monash Business School is committed to supporting leaders from the world’s ... thumbnail 1 summary
Deadline: 30/06/2018

Degree: MBA

Scholarship Description: Monash Business School is committed to supporting leaders from the world’s emerging and developing economies. They are delighted to offer Dean’s Leadership in Emerging Economies Scholarship.

Eligibility:
A. an applicant of the Monash MBA Program in Australia
B. an international applicant (not a holder of an Australian citizenship or permanent residency)
C. a citizen and resident of one of the United Nations’ list of 47 least developed countries (as of May 2016).

Benefits: This scholarship may be awarded to one (1) student per cohort in the form of a full fee waiver (valued at up to $73,600).

Application: The scholarship application process is integrated into the three stages of application for admission to the Monash MBA program: application, interview, and notification.  

When completing the online application for admission to the Monash MBA, applicants should upload a series of documents including a statement of purpose. Applicants who wish to be considered for this scholarship must also upload an additional statement – the scholarship application statement - to make their case for consideration for Dean’s Leadership in Emerging Economies scholarship.

This scholarship application statement must:
Be named the ‘Dean’s Leadership in Emerging Economies Scholarship Application'
Address each of the three key criteria for the scholarship
Be no more than 1000 words.
Scholarship applicants who progress to the interview stage for general admission to the Monash MBA program will be invited to speak to their scholarship application in an extension of their admission interview

Scholarship Website: https://www.monash.edu/business/mba/applying-for-the-monash-mba/scholarships/deans-leadership-in-emerging-economies