Five £10,000 packages to be awarded

The University of Edinburgh Business School has announced the launch of a new MBA scholarship program.

Five "Leadership Scholarships," each valued at £10,000, will be available for students enrolling in either the full-time or Executive MBA program.

Interested candidates must be able to demonstrate leadership experience or potential, have solid academic credentials, and have substantive work experience (normally at least five years.)

Interested candidates must have already received an offer to join the program. To apply for the Leadership Scholarships, applicants must full out a scholarship application before the scholarship application deadline, which is July 31st.

Edinburgh's full-time MBA program can be completed in 12 months, or 16 months if students are interested in pursuing an internship. Applications are now open for the program's 2013 September intake. Although there is no official deadline by which to apply, the school advises that applicants who will need a visa apply by June 30th.

For more information, please see the Edinburgh Business School press release announcing the launch of the MBA Leadership Scholarships.

The University of Edinburgh Business School is one of four business schools in Scotland which are accredited by AMBA. The others are Aberdeen Business School, Strathclyde Business School, and the University of Glasgow.

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