INSEAD MBA Scholarship for Students from Developing Countries
If you are a Round 2 applicant to INSEAD Business School from a developing country, you could be eligible for a €10,000 (~$16,448) scholarship. The INSEAD MBA ’91 June Endowed Scholarship, created by the Class of 1991 on the occasion of its 20th Class Reunion, will be awarded once a year to a disadvantaged candidate from a developing country who can demonstrate financial need.
Applications for the scholarship’s second round open tomorrow, January 14th, and the deadline for submission is January 31st. To be considered, prospective applicants must complete an online scholarship application, which includes providing answers to the following essay questions:
1) (a) State why you feel an INSEAD MBA is relevant to your particular career needs.
(b) Explain how you envisage contributing to the future development of your country/region after graduation.
2) Provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as a cash flow forecast for the year. How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship or financial aid from INSEAD? Why should INSEAD consider you for a need-based scholarship? What amount do you consider appropriate?
A third application round for the scholarship will open on April 14th and feature an April 28th deadline.
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