Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in Ireland invites applications for the DIT College of Business MBA Scholarships open to candidates who must have a degree from a recognised university for the 2018/2019 academic session.

Business success depends on strong leadership and innovation. The DIT College of Business is offering MBA Scholarships to suitable candidates, who are prepared to take on the leadership challenge.

The College of Business would like to offer you a unique opportunity to challenge your thinking, leverage your talents and develop your leadership capabilities.

All candidates must have a degree from a recognised university, and a minimum of five years relevant post-graduate work experience, including at least three years in a managerial or professional capacity.

Worth of Award

  • The scholarships will be awarded to the most suitable candidates, as decided by DIT on the basis of submitted documentation.
  • The scholarships are valued at 25% of the total MBA fee.
  • They are delighted to offer two outstanding candidates the chance to each win a scholarship for 25% of the tuition fee.

Eligibility

  • All candidates must have a degree from a recognised university, and a minimum of five years relevant post-graduate work experience, including at least three years in a managerial or professional capacity.

How to Apply

All candidates must have a degree from a recognised university, and a minimum of five years relevant post-graduate work experience, including at least three years in a managerial or professional capacity.  The scholarship application should be submitted in the following way;

Step 1: Complete the online MBA application form and upload your CV.

Step 2: Email a  200-300 word essay outlining why you deserve a scholarship.

Step 3: Top 4 candidates attend formal interview.

Application essays should be emailed to: Helen Vahey, MBA Development Manager: [email protected]

Deadline: applications close 9th April 2018

 Click here for more details and to apply

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