Study in France: HEC – L’Oreal MBA Programme for International Students 2017/2018
HEC and L’Oréal are calling for applications from talented young African scholars to receive scholarships to undertake fulltime MBA at HEC, Paris.
Application Deadline: Within a week of admission.
September 2017 Full-time intake will be decided in August 2017
January 2018 Full-time intake will be decided in January 2018
Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: International
To be taken at (country): France
About the Award: L’Oréal’s deep respect for human beings of all types and nationalities, is their genuine dedication to a sustainable business environment. The group’s core values – a passion for new inventions through research, valuing talent and their potential, learning from the diversity of employees and clients, and remaining attentive and sensitive to consumers’ needs – is the reason L’Oreal has collaborated with HEC’s business school to assist business-minded students in funding.
Eligibility: Recipients of the L’Oréal Scholarship are outstanding candidates who have been admitted to the HEC MBA program and can demonstrate the following:
- Significant professional accomplishments
- Leadership potential, including the ability to take initiative, motivate others, provide direction, and foster collaboration
- Creativity and innovative thinking
Number of Awardees: 1 scholarship per intake
Value of Scholarship: €10,000
Duration of Scholarship: One (1) year
How to Apply: Applicants will be required to submit a 1,500 word essay discussing the style of leadership they think maximizes creativity and innovation. Only admitted candidates to the Full-time option can apply for this scholarship. Candidates should please note that they cannot apply for this scholarship if admitted after June 15th for the September intake and after November 26th for the January intake.
Award Provider: école des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Paris (HEC), L’Oreal.
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