Peter Grant Entrepreneurship Scholarship
This Scholarship, donated by successful entrepreneur and Edinburgh alumnus Peter Grant, offers a £5,000 bursary towards tuition fees. In addition to meeting the entry requirements for the MBA, applicants must demonstrate successful prior experience of entrepreneurship activity, including adding value/revenue through innovation in a commercial context.
Deadline: Friday 31st of July 2015
Nationality Criteria: All Countries
Candidates can only apply for a scholarship once they have received an offer (conditional or unconditional) to join the MBA programme and have either firmly accepted the offer or be intending to do so.
The scholarships will be deducted from tuition fees. Applicants who are sponsored by their employer or are in receipt of a full scholarship are not eligible for these scholarships.
If an applicant is successful in being awarded a scholarship, but subsequently declines their offer of admission to the MBA, the scholarship will be withdrawn and awarded to another applicant. An award will be withdrawn if a student fails to meet the conditions set by the University.
Recipients of scholarships will be expected to participate occasionally as ambassadors for the MBA programme and the Business School during and after their programme.
How to apply
If you wish to be considered for a scholarship you should submit a scholarship application form as soon as possible after receipt of an offer of a place on our MBA.
In addition to submitting a Scholarship Application Form, you will be interviewed by the Programme Director and/or Peter Grant, the donor. You will be notified of the result of your scholarship application within a month of the deadline. To secure a scholarship, the successful applicant must have paid the programme deposit within two weeks of being offered the scholarship.
The University of Edinburgh Business School
29 Buccleuch Place
An award may be withdrawn if a student fails to meet the academic standards set by the University.
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