Nottingham Post EMBA Scholarship
Nottingham Post Executive Master of Business Administration Scholarship
Nottingham Business School will be offering a half fee scholarship which will be available to a student starting the Executive MBA (EMBA) in January 2018.
Nature of the scholarship
This competitive scholarship will be awarded to a candidate who most closely meets the criteria for the award, through their personal statement and discussion question answer. The scholarship decision will be made by an awarding committee and all decisions made by that awarding committee are final. The scholarship will be available in the form of a tuition fee reduction and if you are awarded the scholarship your fee will be adjusted after you have applied for the course and before enrolment.
The scholarship will only be awarded if you meet the entry criteria for the EMBA course. Read more information about the EMBA course.
Applications must consist of a fully completed scholarship application form which includes a 1,000 word competitive essay submission which addresses the question:
The Executive MBA aims to develop people to become organisational leaders who have clarity in their thinking and a strong sense of values. What makes you suitable for the Nottingham Post EMBA Scholarship and how do you think you might use it to benefit the local community?
The awarding committee reserve the right to exclude from consideration any applicants that include written statements which exceed the stated word limit or are incomplete.
You will also need to provide a 500 word personal statement addressing how you will benefit from the EMBA programme and how you will add value to the quality of debate and discussions in the class.
Download an application form and full terms and conditions.
Scholarship application deadline
4 December 2017
Please return your completed scholarship application form and supporting documents by email. Scholarship applications must be received before 4 pm on 4 December 2017. Applicants will be notified of the scholarship panel outcome by 18 December 2017.