IMD’s MBA program earmarks quarter of a million swiss francs for a new scholarship fund targeting candidates from the emerging markets of Latin America, South East Asia, and Africa.
Henley Business School (in association with the 30% Club), has a fully-funded MBA scholarship awaiting the winner of their Women in Leadership contest, worth £35,750. The entry deadline is midnight on 18 May 2015.
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The Rotman School of Business will be hosting a live decision making challenge for all prospective MBA students with over $300,000 in scholarship awards available to winners.
CEIBS (China Europe International Business School) has $25,000 of scholarship money up for grabs in their online contest (hosted by Student Competitions). All it takes is 30 minutes of your time.
The Raymond A. Mason Business school in historic Williamsburg, Virginia, the second oldest college in the U.S., is going high-tech by offering an online MBA program.
The Economist, in conjunction with business schools, is hosting a contest for prospective MBA and eMBA students to take a GMAT Tutor simulation test. The student with the highest scores will win a $25,000 scholarship to attend one of the sponsoring business schools. 5 runners up will win an Ipad Air.
Beat the GMAT, an online MBA social community, has just announced the opening of one of the largest GMAT scholarship programs - 'Beat the...
The Global Business School Network invites MBA students and recent MBA graduates to join the MBA Challenge Video Contest. Students should show in their...