Alma Graduate School Announces Scholarships for African MBA Students
10 scholarships to cover tuition and living expenses for citizens of African countries
To be eligible for the scholarships, students should be citizens of an African nation, be proficient in English, and have at least two years of work experience. Additionally, they should have a desire to "contribute to the social and economic development of their continent," according to the Alma Graduate School website.
The scholarships will cover all tuition fees (?27,000) as well as up to ?10,000 for living expenses. Applications are due July 2.
For more information, please see the ALMA MBA website, or Alma Graduate School's full FIND MBA profile listing.
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