Koffi Annan MBA Scholarships For Students In Developing Countries

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Koffi Annan MBA Scholarships For Students In Developing Countries

July 9, 2018 Scholarships 0

Deadline:
The final application deadline for the MIM program is June 30. The final application deadline for the MBA program is September 30.

The Faculty of Science offers a limited number of full-time postgraduate research scholarships to outstanding international students wishing to undertake a research doctorate degree (PhD) in the Faculty of Science. Applications are sought from top-performing students currently enrolled in the final year of at least a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Science or a relevant discipline or an equivalent degree (such as a combined Bachelors/Honors/Masters degree), at an international university. The final year of the degree must include an independent research component which
accounts for a minimum of 25% of the final year marks awarded. The award of the scholarship is competitive on the basis of academic merit.

Host Institution:
European school of management and technology (ESMT), in cooperation with the Kofi Annan business school foundation in the Hague, Netherland. 
Level of study:
Study: The scholarship is open to masters program in Business administration and Management.
Field of study:
The scholarships are awarded to study Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and Masters in Management (MIM).
Target Countries:
The scholarship is open to students residing in one of UN least developed country (LDCs) or Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs).
Value of the Scholarship:
• The MBA scholarship covers the full tuition from ESMT (E43,500) and supports for the travel and accommodation costs, as well as program related fees.
• The MIM scholarship covers the full tuition from ESMT (E25,000) and supports for the travel and accommodation costs, as well as program related fees.

Duration:
MBA is a full-time 1 year program while the MIM will last for 2 years.
Eligibility:
•Applicant must a resident of one of the UN least developed country (LDCs) or Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) or Palestine.
• MIM applicants should have a Bachelor degrees in any discipline with a less than 18 months work experience and English proficiency skills. GRE or GMAT may also be required
• MBA applicants must hold a Bachelor degree of any discipline with less than 3 years professional experience as well as English proficiency skills. GRE or GMAT may also be required.
• Applicant should show a willingness to contribute to economic and societal developments of home country.

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