Competitive women should apply by May 31st, 2012

To promote diversity, German HHL ? Leipzig Graduate School of Management and the Spanish Escuela de Alta Dirección y Administración (EADA) have recently announced scholarships for women who are applying for the schools' new joint Global Executive MBA program.

To apply for the scholarships, women will need to complete the application process and write an essay in English. The value of the scholarships will be up to EUR 10,250, and women from all academic fields and nationalities are encouraged to apply.The deadline to apply for the scholarships is May 31st, 2012.

The new 18-month Global Executive MBA program is set to start in October, and will be taught entirely in English. According to a joint press release, the program "will focus on the peculiarities and similarities of business practices in Western European countries (especially Germany and Spain). In addition, participants will gain insight into the economy and culture of the Chinese, Brazilian and Indian markets." Applications for the program are due on August 21st, 2012.

For more information on the new program and scholarships, please see the Global Executive MBA web page.

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