Applications are open for Executive MBA Director’s Scholarship at Oxford University. The Scholarship at Oxford University offers executive MBA Director’s Scholarships enable to enhance the diversity of each EMBA cohort. Moreover, It is Open to candidates who can effectively demonstrate how they will enhance the learning experience of the cohort through the diverse experience they have accumulated to date, these scholarships cover a portion of the program fee.
- Partial awards up to a maximum of £20,000 covering a portion of the program fee.
Further, The Oxford Executive MBA enables current and future leaders to make a difference in their chosen field.
- be a part of a global exchange of ideas and knowledge, in Scholarship at Oxford University tradition
- Further, learn to make connections between decision-making processes within a complex organization
- analyze global complexity in depth, experiencing cultures first-hand on two international modules
- become a strategic leader
- learn how to think entrepreneurially through a group venture project
- Designed to be both intellectually challenging and practical, the program consists of 16 week-long modules.
- These run approximately every six weeks to fit alongside your work commitments.
- You will study with participants from all over the world, from a wide range of sectors and organizations, allowing you to forge powerful connections.
- Also, by the end of the program, you will be with the skills to take your career to the next level.
- Academic excellence (candidates are to have an education degree level).
- How your background will enhance the diversity of the cohort.
- Further, How the program will benefit your sector/region in the long-term.
- Preference will be given to candidates that can effectively demonstrate how they will enhance the learning experience of the cohort through the diverse experience they have accumulated to date. This could include experience in working across multiple sectors and regions especially emerging markets.
- Preference will also be given to candidates from emerging markets or non-traditional backgrounds, such as (but not exclusively) voluntary charitable organizations, international organizations, and military backgrounds.