Henley Business School Full-time MBA Bursaries 2016
An MBA bursary provides financial assistance to a student who meets specific eligibility criteria set by the Henley Business School faculty and whose personal circumstances demonstrate the need for financial support. In addition, a limited number of bursaries are made available to students from specific target categories of students who bring diversity to the MBA programme at Henley.
Candidates must hold an unconditional offer for the September 2016 intake of the Full-time MBA programme. Applicants may apply based on one of the following categories:
- Applicants who bring knowledge and experience regarding international business and management, in particular in emergent markets and/or in culturally diverse settings.
- Applicants employed by an organisation within the non-profit/voluntary sector that make a contribution to improve the personal or social experiences of communities or individuals.
- Applicants who currently work in small- to medium-sized organisations or head their own organisation.
- Applicants from any industry or background who are able to demonstrate highly valuable business or individual experience which would contribute to team learning.
Bursary applications are considered by a faculty panel at Henley Business School and their decision is final and not open to discussion or appeal by applicants. Candidates who are awarded a bursary will be notified within three weeks of the closing deadline via email; those who have not been awarded a bursary will not be notified.
A number of awards between 15% and 50% of the programme fees for 2016 are available and are decided based on both the strength of the applicant and their individual circumstances. Bursaries cannot be transferred to another intake if a student chooses to defer their entry.
Duration: 12 months
Applicants will need to hold a full unconditional offer of a place on the Henley Full-time MBA for 2016 in order to be considered. Applicants are therefore advised to submit their full programme applications with all supporting documents by no later than 6 June 2016.
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