NYU Stern and ESMT Launch Scholarship Programs for Women

NYU Stern announces a new MBA scholarship fund for women, while ESMT has scholarships for women enrolling in executive education programs

NYU Stern has announced a new scholarship fund worth $1 million aimed at women studying full-time towards an MBA.

With the new “Advancing Women in Business Scholarship”, NYU Stern is expecting to award $1 million worth of scholarships to students in the Class of 2019.

Recipients of the merit-based awards will be chosen for demonstrating commitment to advancing women in business. The scholarships will cover tuition for the first year, as well as mandatory fees.

Meanwhile, ESMT in Berlin, Germany, is also demonstrating its commitment to promoting gender equality in business.

ESMT is now accepting applications for its scholarships for women wanting to complete one of their three executive education programs.

Full scholarships are available for:

There is also a partial scholarship available with a value of EUR 5,000 for the program Bringing Technology to Market (BTM), which takes place in Germany, the US, and China.

The application deadlines are in April and June. More information is available on ESMT's website.


Image: Four businesspeople by le temple du chemisier CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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