TY Danjuma MBA Scholarships for African Students to Study at Leading Business Schools

TY Danjuma is welcoming applications for its MBA Scholarships for African Students to Study at Leading Business Schools.

Description

The MBA Scholarships for African Students is a scholarship program by TY Danjuma that offers financial aid to outstanding students who have been accepted to pursue a postgraduate at any of the top-10 leading Business Schools in the world.

Deadline: 30th June 2021

Course starts: Not specified

Number of Awards: Up to eight

Degree type: Masters Degree

Field of study: Any selected program

Host institution: TY Danjuma

Country of Study: Countries where selected universities are located

Duration of Award: Duration of MBA programme

Target demographic: Citizens of any African country

Participating Institutions

° INSEAD

° Northwestern University: Kellogg

° Ceibs

° HEC Paris

° London Business School

° University of Chicago: Booth

° IESE Business School

° Yale School of Management

° Duke University: Fuqua

° Dartmouth College: Tuck

Scholarship Worth/Inclusions

The scholarship award is intended to provide additional financial aid to lessen the burden attached to taking an MBA programme.

N.B: The award does not cover all the fees involved. It is only acting as a minor support.

Eligibility

Applicants are required to email the following documents and details to mba@tyd-fo.co.uk between 1st and 30th June 2021.

° Full Name

° Nationality

° Full contact details

° Name of Business School where you have been accepted onto their MBA Programme

° Year of enrolment at the Business School

° Copy of offer letter from the Business School

° Copy of your CV

° Copy of your own budget and funding shortfall – including confirmation letters for all scholarships and loans.

Applicants are still advised to visit the scholarship official website – link below – to access more details on how to apply. All the best.

Website: https://www.tyd-fo.co.uk/ty-danjuma-mba-scholarship/

 

 

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