Alfred Ford School Of Management Scholarship
AFSM Scholarship is meant to allow talented applicants from every country and sector to apply for Alfred Ford School of Management MBA programme. Since Alfred Ford School of Management is centering around conscious business and leadership practices, we would like to offer financial support to the candidates who demonstrate exceptional experience and leadership skills and at the same time are not able to pay their full tuition fees.
AFSM secured a limited amount of partial scholarships, which are granted under the strict eligibility criteria. For all AFSM scholarships we require applicants to provide accurate details of their financial situation.
Before submitting the scholarship application, you will first need to fill in the application form.
You should then submit your scholarship application form with all the supporting documents as soon as possible after you have submitted the AFSM Application form and no later than 3 weeks before the next programme start date. In order for your scholarship application to be accepted, please ensure that you use the AFSM Scholarship online form to submit your application; applications over email will not be accepted.
AFSM scholarships have a specific eligibility criteria based on a combination of merit and financial need. Candidates will be judged on the quality of their scholarship essays and the degree to which they meet the eligibility criteria.
Applicants from developing countries might have a priority in cases when students applying for the same intake have very similar situation. Therefore, when reviewing these scholarship applications, financial need is the main criterion. As a part of the merit criteria, the admissions team will consider the academic and professional achievements and merit distinctions received, which can be noted down in the essay required in the scholarship application form.
List of required supporting documents (please note that all this data will be treated with strict confidentiality by AFSM):
- Proof of salary (latest salary slip or a letter from your employer);
- Bank statements for the last three months that will reflect your checking and savings accounts – an online overview is accepted;
- If you have extenuating/exceptional circumstances in the past year (supporting dependents’ education, medical care, bankruptcy, etc.), provide relevant documentation.
Copies of these documents can be sent by email to your personal student care assistant or to email@example.com. The applicant will be invited for the admission interview with the MBA director who will make an assessment for the scholarship award during that time. If a student already went through the admissions interview before applying for the scholarship, the interview might not be needed.
Terms and Conditions
AFSM is offering scholarships to the students funding their own MBA studies. The award will be offered in the form of a tuition fee discount of up to 1,000 Eur per student.
Who is eligible?
- Limited scholarships are available and students are considered for their eligibility on a basis of financial status and merit. We strongly advise you to apply latest 3 weeks before the next programme start date to ensure you are considered for a scholarship for that intake.
- Only one scholarship award can be made per student.
- If you have been offered a scholarship but request to defer your studies, your scholarship offer will be reconsidered in line with the terms and conditions that apply in the new year of entry.
How do I apply?
Fill in the scholarship application form and review the eligibility criteria. You will be invited for an interview as soon as possible after submitting your scholarship application. The MBA Director will assess you for a scholarship award during your interview. If you already went through the admissions interview before applying for the scholarship, the interview might not be needed.
We strongly encourage you to apply latest 3 weeks before the intake date in order to ensure you are considered for an award.
How do you decide if I will receive a scholarship?
During your interview, the MBA Director will be particularly looking for evidence of:
- Academic ability
- Professional experience and career progression
- Financial situation
Admissions team will also review all the supporting documents, submitted as part of your original application for admission to decide about the award. The decision will be brought latest two weeks before the next programme start date.
How will the scholarship be paid?
The award will only be made available as a discount on the tuition fee that is payable to AFSM, in the amount up to 1,000 Eur, which is subtracted from the last tuition fee instalment.
If the recipient has been offered a scholarship but requests to defer their study to a later intake, the scholarship offer will be reconsidered in line with the terms and conditions that apply in the new year of entry.
Withdrawal of scholarship
AFSM reserves the right to withdraw a scholarship from anyone who is found to have misled us about any aspect of their eligibility.
If the recipient fails to complete his/her MBA programme at AFSM, they will not be eligible to receive any refund of their paid tuition fees.
Acceptance of the award constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions. In cases, not covered by the above terms and conditions, or where a student claims exceptional circumstances, or disputes a decision not to make payments due under a scholarship, they should first put their case in writing to the Administrative Coordinator (who will forward it to the Admissions Board) to consider the circumstances and uphold, amend or revoke the original decision.
Note: These terms and conditions apply to students first enrolling with AFSM in the academic year 2017-18. AFSM reserves the right to update these terms and conditions as necessary in the subsequent years.