New funding options to cover 50 percent of tuition fees

Italy's MIB School of Management is now offering two new scholarships for incoming MBA students.

Each scholarship is awarded through a competitive process, to the "best candidates on the basis of educational qualifications, professional skills and motivation," according to an MIB scholarship announcement.

The scholarships will fund 50 percent of the MBA tuition fees, and are funded through corporate partnerships with the Generali Group and Intesa Sanpaolo.

To apply for the MIB MBA, applicants need at least three years of work experience, an academic degree, and a good working knowledge of English.

For more information, please see the MIB MBA Scholarship page.

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