Funded by: Manchester Business School
Mentored by Stephan Henneberg, Professor of Marketing and Andrew Stark, Coutts Professor of Accounting and Finance
Awards: £5,000, £10,000 and £20,000.
Open to: All candidates able to demonstrate good academic credentials and outstanding achievements and career progression, working for an internationally recognised professional services company (global leader), in one of the following roles: management consultant, accountant/auditor, architect, legal professional. This award is not open to IT consultants.
Application Deadlines: Apply by 1 June (non-EEA applicants) or 9 July 2012 (EEA applicants). Scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis as offers are made. Candidates who apply early in the admissions rounds are more likely to receive an award.
Application Format: Scholarship application required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stage 1: To be considered for the short-list, please submit the following:
CV/Resume outlining your academic and professional track record and achievements.
Written scholarship statement addressing the points below (maximum 3 pages A4)
- Present your credentials, career progression and achievements working for a leading global professional services company.
- What makes you stand out as an exceptional recipient of this award?
- How have strong leadership, communication and networking skills helped you to achieve your professional and personal goals?
- How will your experience benefit the MBA class of 2014 and what will be your contribution as a future MBS alumnus to return our investment in you?
Stage 2: Short-listed candidates will be required to complete the Full-time MBA application and will be invited for an interview.