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Indian School of Business Extends Deadline for International Scholarships

The Indian School of Business (ISB) in Hyderabad announced this week that international applicants for a scholarship contest announced in November will have longer to submit their applications due to increased demand. Through the contest, ISB plans to award 10 new scholarships to international applicants from different geographic areas to mark the school’s 10th anniversary. The new deadline for submissions is February 1, 2012.

Other details of the contest remain the same. International applicants to ISB – that is, non-Indian passport holders – are eligible to apply for the new awards, which will range from 300,000 INR (approximately $5,790 USD) to 1,500,000 INR (approximately $29,000 USD) depending on the merit of the application. ISB will award one scholarship each to applicants from North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, China, Southeast Asia, Far East Asia, Australia, SAARC countries and Africa. Applicants must possess a corresponding passport to apply for any given geographic scholarship award.

To be considered, applicants must submit an essay addressing the following topic:
“India Growth story and why I want to ink my career growth in India.”

Applicants who need assistane completing their application or who would like more information are encouraged to contact the Post Graduate Programme Admissions Office by email at or visit

Posted in: Deadlines, Financial Aid

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