University of Liverpool - ULMS Women in Football Scholarship for the Football Industries MBA

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ULMS Women in Football Scholarship for the Football Industries MBA
Scholarship Name ULMS Women in Football Scholarship for the Football Industries MBA
Academic Year 2021
Scholarship amount Full fee waiver
Nationality Any

The University of Liverpool Management School is delighted to offer range of generous scholarships and study awards to help cover the cost of MBA tuition fees.

Amount:

Full and part fee waivers available

Open to:

HEU/OSI Female applicants to the Football Industries MBA programme. 

Applicants that have achieved academic and professional excellence will be considered.  Candidates must hold at least a high 2:1 (65+% in their undergraduate or postgraduate degree); have four or more years of professional/managerial experience and be able to demonstrate leadership potential. 

Key information

Partial awards can be combined with any centrally-awarded funding that the applicant is eligible for.

How to apply

Eligible programme applicants will be considered. No separate scholarship application is necessary.

Deadline

Early programme applications are advised as awards will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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