Chancellor's International Business Scholarship
As a top 10 ranking university in the UK for Business and Economics (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020) we want to continue to attract outstanding international students to our EQUIS and AMBA accredited school. That’s why we’re offering forty of our best academic applicants a scholarship worth between £5,000 and £7,500 upon your successful enrollment at the University of Sussex Business School.
There are 40 scholarships in total, 20 of which will be £7,500 and a further 20 of £5,000, available to overseas postgraduate University of Sussex Business School applicants who can demonstrate academic excellence. The top 20 will be offered the £7,500 scholarship and then the next 20 will be offered the £5,000 scholarship.
Who is eligible
If you have already applied for the Chancellor's International Scholarship, you do not need to submit another application for this scholarship as you will automatically be considered for both.
To be eligible for this scholarship you must:
- be classified as overseas for fee purposes
- have excellent grades (UK first class or equivalent)
- have clear and specific goals with defined links to your course.
- have accepted a place on one of the following full time eligible Masters courses, commencing at the University of Sussex Business School in September 2020:
Accounting and Finance
Banking and Finance
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Fintech Risk and Investment Analysis
Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Human Resource Management
International Accounting and Corporate Governance
International Business Economics
International Finance and Economics
Management and Finance
Marketing and Consumer Psychology
Master of Business Administration MBA
Occupational and Organizational Psychology
Science and Technology Policy
Strategic Innovation Management
As there are limited scholarships available, this scholarship is extremely competitive. You will only be able to accept one University of Sussex Scholarship.
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.
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