Monash University’s MBA Scholarship Invests In Developing Countries

Monash University’s latest MBA scholarship offering has been designed to enhance the world’s emerging and developing economies by backing the education of their leaders.
 

The Dean’s Leadership in Emerging Economies Scholarship will award a Monash student applying to study an MBA a full fee waiver, valued at up to $73,600, to fulfil their goal.

As a recipient of the scholarship, the successful MBA student will be one with a particular objective or career path in mind.

Monash will award it to those who have demonstrated career progression and articulated a compelling career plan that makes a genuine contribution to the advancement of your country’s economic and social development.

The scholarship is also exclusively available to international students who are citizens and residents of one of the United Nations’ list of 47 least developed countries.

Monash have made it clear the Dean’s Leadership in Emerging Economies Scholarship is an investment in the betterment of developing countries as a result of strategic and practical businesses knowledge gained by studying a Monash MBA.

The scholarship was described as being designed to support the development of leaders who want to advance their nation’s prosperity through the pursuit of the Monash MBA and would otherwise not be able to afford to do so.

Applications are open and students must also include an additional statement to make the case for consideration.

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