Copenhagen Business School
MBA Scholarship for e-fellows
Sponsored exclusively for Alumni of e-fellows.net or participants of the MBA Day, Copenhagen Business School is offering a merit-based scholarship. After your acceptance at CBS, you can apply for the scholarship. We believe that talent should be rewarded.
Amount granted: Up to 40 percent of the tuition fee for the full-time international MBA Program starting in September 2014 at Copenhagen Business School.
Eligibility: The scholarship is open to all candidates who meet the admissions criteria for the full-time international MBA and are "accredited e-fellows alumni". As the scholarship is awarded on a merit basis, the selection process focuses on the leadership skills or potential demonstrated by candidates in their academic and/or professional life.
Deadline & Communication: Closing date for application is 1 March 2014. Decision on the scholarships will be taken by mid June.
Selection process: In order to be eligible for the scholarship, candidates must have applied for and been accepted on the CBS full-time international MBA program. In addition to the MBA application documents, candidates are required to submit an essay on a specified theme.
Starting in every September, the one-year full-time international CBS MBA offers an accelerated, rigorous action-learning process, allowing you to realize your management career goals and broaden your horizon.
CBS's extensive corporate network offers MBAs one of the widest ranges of companies recruiting on campus as well as frequent interaction with CEOs and senior executives as mentors and speakers. CBS is committed to educate dynamic thinkers who are able to analyze, reflect and lead.
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is the leading post-graduate business school in Northern Europe. Founded in 1917, the School is designed to develop highly qualified people for the business sector. CBS is accredited by AMBA – The Association of MBA’s, the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and is a member of CEMS (Community of European Management Schools) and PIM (Partnership in International Management).
At the cutting edge of life-long learning for executives and professionals, CBS Executive at Copenhagen Business School offers an array of executive master’s programs including full time MBA, Executive MBA, as well as programs in building and construction, corporate communication, health management, management development, public administration, shipping and logistics, and Doctor of Business Administration. The programs are research based and are geared to prepare participants with the knowledge and skills for strategic leadership in the global environment.
e-fellows.net connects the best students and top companies in Germany. Through a scholarship programme e-fellows.net supports high potential students and PhD students and creates a network between scholars and partner companies. On their website and with regular newsletters, e-fellows.net describes postgraduate studies and provides information about specific programs among the target group of scholars and e-fellows.net alumni. e-fellows.net was founded in spring 2000 as a partnership between Deutsche Telekom, the publishing house Georg von Holtzbrinck and McKinsey & Company.