Word just in: Warwick Business School has released the scholarships available to applicants entering its graduate programmes in 2012, including the Warwick MBA, and there is £2 million of funding up for grabs.
Three new schemes have been introduced, in addition to existing scholarship offers from the University of Warwick’s Business School.
The first scholarship, the Warwick First, offers up to 50% of tuition fees, worth up to £13,750, and will be made available to the most talented final-year undergraduates at the University of Warwick.
The second, the Dean's Scholarships is for up to £10,000 and is available to the most talented students from outside of the University of Warwick.
The third is a fund dedicated to scholarships for the Warwick MBA and provides 15 awards of 50% tuition, and 10 awards of 25% tuition for self-funded applicants. Both of these awards are strictly for students on the full-time MBA.
Those taking Distance MBAs or Executive MBAs have not been left out. There are 22 WBS Scholarships are available, each worth 50% of the first year's academic fee for those on the Distance MBA while there 14 WBS Scholarships, each worth either 25% or 50% of the first year's academic fee for the Warwick Executive MBA.
International female applicants can apply for the Jacqueline Lip Scholarship for £4, 500.
Warwick Business School wants applicants to know that these funds are strictly reserved for the brightest and the best of applicants. Applicants with GMAT scores of 680+ will be automatically shortlisted so get your practice books out!
Any talented Warwick alumni of any subject may also apply for a scholarship to study the Warwick MBA full-time.
They also say that participants are likely to be in the top 20 per cent of their class, can bring outstanding experience and must be ready to be a successful Warwick MBA on graduation.
While £2million seems like a lot of funds, you are advised to apply early as all eligible applicants are automatically considered for scholarships. Please visit here if you would like to learn more about the WBS Scholarships.
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