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Economist, GMAT Tutor Launch $25,000 MBA Scholarship Competition

Show off your verbal and quantitative skills as part of a new scholarship competition, and you could win $25,000 toward an MBA at one of more than a dozen top business schools.

Economist GMAT Tutor recently launched a new MBA scholarship contest for prospective MBA and EMBA students. To take part in the competition, interested applicants must complete the Economist GMAT Tutor simulation test, which consists of one 75-minute Verbal section and one 75-minute Quant section.

The top scoring student will receive a $25,000 scholarship to one of 18 top business schools from around the globe serving as sponsors for the competition. Sponsor schools include the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, HEC Paris, CEIBS and the Kelley School of Management at Indiana University, among others.

Five runners-up will receive a free subscription to the Economist GMAT Tutor’s Complete Prep course, valued at $550. Interested participants are advised to set aside enough time to complete the entire test in one sitting; there will not be an opportunity to pause once you begin.

The contest began on February 1st and will continue through April 25th. Participants may only take the test one time. A winner will be notified no later than May 31, 2014, and will be granted a period of one year to apply to his or her sponsor school of choice. To receive the prize, the winner must apply to and be admitted at one of the business schools sponsoring the contest.

Learn more about the Economist GMAT Tutor Scholarship Competition.

 

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One Comment

  1. Hey its Good News top 18 business schools around the Globe. Can you Please share few name’s of B-schools.

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