The Skoll Scholarship
The Skoll Scholarship is a competitive scholarship for incoming MBA students to Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, who pursue entrepreneurial solutions for urgent social and environmental challenges.
The Skoll Scholarship provides funding for entrepreneurs who have set up or have been working in entrepreneurial initiatives with a social purpose or who have pursued an impact career, and who wish to improve their knowledge of market-oriented practices so they can be more effective in their subsequent social change pursuits.
The Scholarship is given in recognition that the MBA may represent a significant financial burden, particularly for those who have chosen to work in the social impact/innovation space rather than the purely commercial or public sectors.
Oxford University has a rich tradition of developing leaders. The MBA programme builds on this legacy, providing you with a solid foundation in core business principles while developing a broadened mindset and understanding of the role of business in society.
You will be challenged to delve deep into the areas that interest you most and gain the strategic skills and insight to lead a successful, purposeful career.
Opportunity focus area:
- Business & Management, Business Studies, Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- 25 - 35, 36 - 60
- Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, Yemen
- Required Languages
- Required Tests
- Specific Requirements
- Other Requirements
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- Created by
- Merna Melad \ Egypt
- Published by
- Naira Samir / Egypt
- Reviewed by
- Fatma Sayed / Egypt
- Opportunity Type
- Degree Scholarships, Master Scholarships
- Funding Type
- Partially Funded
- Program Period
- From 6 months to 12 months
- Europe, United Kingdom (UK) (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales)