University offering full scholarship in the UK for MBA?

Asked by Aswathi over 2 years ago

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Shrikant Goyal

Shrikant Goyal

Founder at WALT INDIA

Hey Aswathi, how are you doing?

So as far as I know, the UK government offers a few incredible scholarships for international students. Whether you are pursuing a MBA or master, doesn’t matter. The scholarships are subject to your abroad studies, institute and your financial conditions. The closest scholarship I have come across is Chevening scholarships from the UK government for students from Chevening-eligible countries.

In general, the scholarship covers tuition fees, a living allowance at a set rate (for one individual), an economy class return airfare to the UK, and additional grants to cover essential expenditure.

Henley, Durham, Aston are a few examples that offer partial or full-tuition scholarships. And if you look into it, they are actually quite impressive. The only thing that decides what scholarships would be best suited for you is your profile. 

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You just need to tell them about your profile and they will guide you through the scholarships that you can avail. 

Let me know if this helped and if you want me to give you any more insights? 

 

 


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Preeti Singh

Preeti Singh

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For prospective MBA students looking to study in the UK with a full scholarship, certain universities stand out due to their scholarship offerings. Universities such as the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge provide full scholarships like the Cambridge MBA Scholarship and the Skoll Scholarships at Saïd Business School.

These scholarships typically cover both tuition and living expenses. It’s important to prepare a strong application, emphasizing leadership qualities and prior achievements, which are critical criteria for these awards.

Moreover, explore the Chevening Scholarships available to students in the UK, which can fully fund your study at institutions like the London School of Economics, albeit more commonly for MSc programs. Regularly visit the university websites for the most up-to-date information on scholarships and application deadlines to maximize your chances. 

 

 

 


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