Executive MBA scholarships offer for staff
Do you have a leadership or management role within the University and feel that a formal management development programme would help you to perform your role more effectively?
Our Executive MBA is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and is ranked 7th in the UK and the best in the north of England according to The Economist Executive MBA 2015 table.
It is a two-year part-time programme, with modules delivered on Thursday to Saturday at Weetwood Hall, the Universitys excellent conference facility.
Participants are taught by leading academics and supported by expert coaches and mentors, some of whom who have held senior positions in companies including Rolls Royce, Pepsico and Asda.
Around 30 students per year are enrolled on to the Leeds Executive MBA programme and we have taught high-fliers from employers of the calibre of Lloyds TSB, Halliburton and ITV.
Leeds University Business School aims to make a positive contribution to the professional development of senior colleagues across the University by offering a limited number of scholarship awards to University staff.
There are three scholarships available to the value of 50% of the programme fee.
To apply for an award you should:
- apply for the programme by the online application form
- express your interest by email, and request a Staff Scholarship Award application form
- complete and return the Scholarship Award application no later than the 1 July 2016.
All shortlisted applicants will be interviewed. Interviews will take place in week commencing 11 July 2016.
Before applying, you should ensure that you meet the Executive MBA entry requirements:
- a good bachelor degree and at least 5 years experience in a leadership or management role
- no degree but at least 8 years experience in a leadership or management role
For more details on entry requirements, the course and how to apply visit the LUBS website.
If you would like an informal chat before applying, please email the Programme Director, Vince Dispenza.
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