Deadline:

31 March 2019

Location:

England

( Partially Funded )

Description

University of Exeter-Business School World Class Scholarships 2019

A limited number of full and partial tuition fee scholarships will be awarded to the most talented students who have had an application accepted to one of the Business School MSc programmes.

More Details

The scholarships are competitive and require you to have an English language level of IELTS 7.0 with no section less than 6.0, or equivalent.

Opportunity Focus Programmes:

1) Management programmes:

  •  Msc International Management
  •  MSc Human Resource Management
  •  MSc Marketing
  •  MSc International Tourism Management

2) Economics programmes

3) Accounting and Finance programmes

Required Languages

English.

Eligible Countries

ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.

Program Period

1 year.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • To have an English language level of IELTS 7.0 with no section less than 6.0, or equivalent.
  • If  you are from a non-anglophone country ,submit an application form with a 1500 word essay on one of the following topics dependent on your intended programme of study.
  • Management programmes
    Msc International Management and MSc Human Resource Management applicants: What you consider to be ‘The Most Challenging Aspects of Today’s Global Business Environment’
    MSc Marketing applicants: What you consider to be ‘Key challenges faced by marketers in today’s global business environment’
    MSc International Tourism Management applicants: What you consider to be ‘The Most Challenging Aspects of Today’s International Tourism Environment
  • Economics programmes
    • ‘Should the State provide every citizen an unconditional minimum guaranteed level of income?’
  • Accounting and Finance programmes
    • ‘Assume that you are a fund manager of a well-diversified portfolio, containing European and US stocks and bonds. Outline how your fund could be affected, and how you might adjust your portfolio in response to:
    EITHER The winding down of quantitative easing by the European Central Bank
    OR The impact of Fintech on asset and wealth management.
  • By applying for this Scholarship you are agreeing to your personal details being shared with Panel members, unless you tell us otherwise.

Notes:

• Please state the essay title and your Exeter student ID number at the top of your work.

• The essay should flow well with a clear introduction, body and conclusion. You should demonstrate an ability to not only pull together relevant information but also to analyse it critically and independently.

• You need to ensure that where possible the points you make are backed up by relevant literature. We would expect you to use a wide source of references including journals, books and websites. References must appear in a consistent format, such as APA, throughout the essay text and bibliography.

• Your essay will be checked for plagiarism; the writing must be your own. Please ensure that any quotations are clearly marked and correctly referenced.
• Word count excludes: essay title, the reference list, and any figures. All other words are counted.

Opportunity Cost

( Partially Funded)

  • A limited number of full and partial tuition fee scholarships according to the acceptance to your specific program.
  • All scholarship awards are conditional on payment of the tuition fee deposit as specified in your offer letter and registration with the University of Exeter. You will need your Exeter student number to submit your application.
  • Scholarships are not awarded in conjunction with other scholarships – in the event of you being eligible for more than one award the greater award will be given.

How to Apply

Please complete the application form here  after applying in the university and choosing the course.

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This Scholarship Published by:
Mohamed Abdelrahman/ Egypt

Reviewed by” Eya Hachouch/ Tunisia- Islam Abo Eissa/ Egypt “
MARJ3 Intern
MARJ3 Scholarships team