Scholarships will cover the full cost of the EMBA program

Hull University Business School has announced that it is now offering two new full-tuition scholarships for EMBA candidates.

The first scholarship will be available for a female candidate and is aimed at supporting women "to achieve greater representation in leadership at a senior level," according to the scholarship information webpage. To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must have received an offer to study on the EMBA program in 2014, and have not already received any other scholarship or sponsorship. Applicants must submit a 1,000 word essay on what they will contribute to the EMBA program.

The second scholarship is available for an EMBA candidate who works for a registered charitable organization. To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must be an EU or UK national, have already been accepted into the 2014 EMBA cohort, and must not already have been awarded other scholarships or sponsorship. A 1,000 word essay is also required to apply for this scholarship.

Each scholarship covers the full cost of the EMBA program, which is £20,000.

Hull's Executive MBA program is two years long, with long weekend modules delivered approximately every six weeks. The program also features a hands-on consultancy project and an optional module abroad.

Applications for the EMBA program are still being accepted for the fall 2014 intake. 

For more information, please see the Hull news release announcing the launch of the two EMBA scholarships.

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