Advisory Board Scholarships
The Advisory Board Scholarships have been made available through generous donations from our Advisory Board that aim to provide the opportunity and means for exceptional candidates to enrol on the Full-Time MBA course at Imperial College Business School. Two scholarship awards of £51,000 each will be available to successful applicants enrolling on the course in September 2018.
If you want to be considered for this scholarship, you should make sure you submit your MBA application and your essay written in response to the question below by 26 January 2018.
Each scholarship award will be for the amount of £51,000 to cover tuition fees for the course.
Number of scholarships awards available: 2
To apply for one of these scholarships you must be a self-funded student who demonstrates exceptional academic merit and/or potential, and financial need that shows inability to otherwise enrol on the Full-Time MBA course at Imperial College Business School.
The scholarship will be awarded to applicants based on the above and following criteria:
- A very strong academic background and an excellent track record of professional achievement
- A high and well-balanced GMAT score, which must also be submitted by 26 January 2018
- Your performance during the admissions process, where academic and professional merit will be judged
- Your professional references
- Your essay submission
You should have submitted your MBA application and essay by 26 January 2018 to be considered for this scholarship.
How to apply
Candidates who submit their application, GMAT score and essay before 26 January 2018 and receive an offer for the Full-Time MBA programme commencing in September 2018 will automatically be considered.
Essays can be submitted either as part of your application or via email to email@example.com by 26 January 2018. Emails should state ‘Advisory Board Scholarship application’ and your CID number in the subject line.
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