Cardiff Business School Courses

Scholarships

Two scholarships are available for students on the Executive MBA programme.

To be eligible for these scholarships, a student must have firmly accepted their offer from Cardiff Business School, and must be self-funding: students whose fees are fully paid by a sponsor such as an employer or government are not eligible. Students who are partially sponsored and partially self-funding are eligible, provided that they are paying their own fees equal to at least the amount of the scholarship.

The Cardiff Business School Scholarship and Professor Richard Whipp Scholarship both take the form of a £4,000 reduction in fee for the Executive MBA programme.

The Professor Richard Whipp Scholarship

Eligibility

This scholarship, awarded in memory of Professor Richard Whipp, will be awarded to a student who is a manager in the public sector.

Application

Students wishing to apply for the scholarship should submit an essay (maximum 1500 words) on "Current Management Challenges in the UK Public Sector", with a covering e-mail, explaining how the scholarship will help them to pursue the Executive MBA, to Dr Kevin Stagg by the deadline of 29th August 2016.

Cardiff Business School Scholarship

Eligibility

This scholarship will be awarded to a student who is a manager within the private sector.

Application

Students wishing to apply for the scholarship should submit an essay (maximum 1500 words) on "Describe and critically evaluate how you have made a difference in the work place" with a covering e-mail, explaining how the scholarship will help them to pursue the Executive MBA, to Dr Kevin Stagg by the deadline of 29th August 2016.

For more information, please contact

Dr Kevin Stagg

Director of Student Recruitment
Senior Lecturer in Economics and Economic History

Email:
StaggK@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 208 75227
Location:
D06, Aberconway Building