The Aker Scholarship is a grant awarded to Norwegian students pursuing the MBA [or MFIN, MBAn] at MIT Sloan.
MIT is one of the selected few universities to receive this scholarship. Funding is available to Norwegian students and those with strong ties to Norway who are accepted into post-graduate degree programs. The scholarship will supplement any other funding to cover the full cost of study and living expenses. For more information and to apply, visit the Aker Scholarship website.
Candidates who are Belgian citizens applying to the MBA program may be awarded a conditional grant of up to $100,000 as an interest-free loan which must be repaid within five years after graduation. The grant covers tuition and compulsory fees including health insurance for two academic years of study in residence at a U.S. business school. In order to be eligible for this fellowship, the following are the requirements: must be a Belgian citizen, hold at least a Master’s degree from a Belgian University, have an outstanding academic record, have some evidence of meaningful work experience, and have a good command of the English language. Deadline for Application: Before May 1 for studies during the following two academic years. Further information can be obtained by visiting the BAEF website.
This is an opportunity to learn about the Boston Consulting Group and what makes them unique. The scholarship program includes monetary awards of up to $5,000 and individual mentorship by BCG consultants. In order to be eligible for this program, applicants must currently reside in the United States or Canada and matriculate in a qualifying full-time MBA program beginning in summer or fall 2015 . For more details and to apply, please visit here. If you have questions, please reach out to BCG at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DiversityJobs.com’s new scholarship program for diversity and minority students awards $3,000 once annually to currently enrolled undergrads or graduate students from registered schools in the US. The deadline is April 30, 2014 and there is no application fee. The recipients of the scholarship will be determined by DiversityJobs’ Scholarship Committee and will be announced the month following the scholarship deadline. Check out the blog of all previous award winners.
Provides scholarships to outstanding MBA students from Spain; preference is given to students from Almería. The scholarship covers tuition, monthly allowance of 1,600€ (for housing, books, and supplies); travel and initial expenses of 1,000€ and 2,000€, respectively. Further information may be obtained by visiting the foundation's website. Deadline is in March.
The Fulbright-Platinum Triangle Scholarship in Entrepreneurship is for a talented New Zealander in a knowledge economy-related field to complete a master's degree at a U.S. university and to gain professional work experience in the U.S. and in New Zealand. The fellowship covers the cost of university attendance for two years (up to $100,000), basic health and accident insurance, internship, etc. Further details are available on the Fulbright New Zealand website.
Provides scholarships to qualified Brazilians attending a graduate program. Further details are available on this website.
Instituto Ling’s fellowships are open to all Brazilian students who have been accepted to top schools. Required documents include the candidate's CV, GMAT results, admission letter from the university, and the application, including essays. The candidate must provide information on his/her family’s financial condition in order to prove financial need. The candidate’s leadership skills and affinity to Instituto Ling’s values are also evaluated.
JustJobs.com’s scholarship program awards $3,000 annually to currently enrolled undergrads or graduate students from registered schools in the US. The recipients of the scholarship will be determined by JustJobs’ Scholarship Committee and will be announced the month following the scholarship deadline.
LatPro.com’s scholarship program for Hispanic students awards $3,000 once annually to currently enrolled undergrads or graduate students from registered schools in the U.S. The recipients of the scholarship will be determined by LatPro’s Scholarship Committee and will be announced the month following the scholarship deadline.
A generous gift from the Jorge Paulo Lemann Foundation has created a pilot program to support Lemann Education Fellowships at MIT. Fellowships will be awarded to outstanding MIT graduate students to further their studies in education, educational technology and innovation, educational policy and reform, and related areas. Graduate students from all schools and disciplines are eligible, with preference given to applicants from Brazil, and then to applicants from any country working on issues relevant to advancing education in Brazil. Preference will be given to master’s students, then doctoral students.
Incoming students must be admitted to their program of choice at MIT, then submit an application for a Lemann Fellowship. For more information and to apply, please visit the Office of the Dean for Graduate Education website.
Misk Foundation Fellowship in collaboration with the Ministry of Education seeks to transform Saudi Arabia by developing a powerful network of leaders who will work together to address Saudi’s greatest challenges and accelerate the country’s growth trajectory by creating a knowledge-based economy building areas of expertise where Saudi Arabia will lead the world. For Saudi students who get accepted into top US & UK graduate programs. For the Misk Graduate Fellowship they will provide coaching and identify opportunities that will launch your career on a strong track: internships, research and job opportunities.
For details or to start an application visit here.
Awarded to nationals of the 22-member countries of the League of Arab States who demonstrate leadership, dedication, and commitment to the Arab World's human and socio-economic progress. This fellowship covers tuition fees, books, round-trip coach ticket, and monthly stipend for housing, living, and insurance. The amount of the award varies and will be announced at the time the fellowship is awarded. The deadline for the fellowship is June 30 of the calendar year that you will start your MBA studies. Application details about this fellowship are available from the foundation's website.
This scholarship provides financial assistance to outstanding Hispanic Americans pursuing an MBA. The amount of the award varies and includes travel reimbursement for attending the NSHMBA Annual Conference and Career Expo. For eligibility and program guidelines, please visit NSHMBA Foundation website.
The OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) provides an annual Scholarship Award to support a student from any developing country to pursue higher education in a relevant field of development. Through this scheme, OFID aims to support highly motivated, academically driven individuals to overcome the cost of advanced professional or graduate study. Winners of the OFID Award receive a full scholarship covering academic fees and living costs for one year of master's degree study.
In commemoration of the numerous entrepreneurs and innovators inspired by INSEAD professor Patrick Turner, The Scholarship Foundation awards a $10k grant to Singapore residents (Singapore citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents, and Foreigners residing in Singapore on a long-term permit) to pursue a master's degree at a top business school in Singapore or abroad. The applicants must have secured admission to a master's program at one of the eligible schools (such as MIT Sloan). One scholarship is awarded annually and it is bond-free.
Awarded to graduate students who are first generation Americans. The fellowships provide opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished new Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen field. Recipients receive a grant of $20,000 and one-half of the annual tuition. Details and criteria for this fellowship are available from this website. Deadline for submitting an application is in November.
The Toigo Foundation offers fellowships to members of U.S. minority groups who are committed to a career in finance. The foundation selects over 60 first- and second-year minority MBA students as Toigo Fellows.
This fellowship is administered by the Royal Academy of Engineering and provides scholarships to talented young engineers with leadership potential to study for an MBA degree. The scholarship covers the first-year tuition fee and, upon completion of the MBA, the engineers become members of the SMF Society. Applications may be submitted at any time, but at least four months prior to the start of the MBA program. Application details are available here.
Applicants for the Bellanger Scholarship must meet the following criteria: be an American national attending an MBA program in France, or a French national attending an MBA program in the U.S.; be applying to an MBA or equivalent program (troisieme cycle) for 2014-2015; intend to pursue a career in the international business community; have been accepted to a qualifying program. Scholarships will be for $10,000. Although this is a merit-based scholarship program, financial need will be taken into consideration.
TALENTIA Fellowship Program, an initiative by the Ministry for Innovation, Science, and Enterprise in Andalusia, Spain, provides postgraduate scholarships to students from Andalusia allowing them to study abroad in selected institutions. Talentia Fellowships are awarded to university graduates with outstanding intellectual and human excellence, an international profile, and commitment to the development of Andalusia. Applicants are evaluated for outstanding academic and professional merit, plus social commendations, as well as their proposed career and professional return plan. Applicants must have citizenship from a European Union member state, connection with Andalusia, and EU undergraduate degree.