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FINCAD Women in Finance Scholarship for Postgraduate Studies 2018

Applications are welcomed for FINCAD Women in Finance Scholarship from female citizens of all countries who are enrolled in a post-graduate program at a university accredited by the national or international body approved for that purpose in the country where the university is situated. You must be enrolled and attending the program on a full-time basis during the 2018/2019 academic year.

Application Deadline: 30th June 2018

Offered Annually? Yes

Eligible Countries: All

To be taken at (University): Any university accredited by the national or international body approved for that purpose in the country where the university is situated.

About the Award: FINCAD established the annual FINCAD Women in Finance Scholarship to encourage and support outstanding women in the field of finance, particularly relating to the use of derivatives in capital markets and/or financial risk management, and give them an opportunity to cultivate their skills and knowledge.

Type: Masters/PhD Degree

Eligibility: 

  • The scholarship is open to women of any age and citizenship who are studying Finance in an accredited graduate-level program.
  • The scholarship will be awarded to a deserving applicant who is enrolled in a post-graduate program with an emphasis on finance, particularly relating to the use of derivatives in capital markets and/or financial risk management. If your field of study does not meet that description, DO NOT APPLY.
  • Applications and all supporting documents, except university transcripts must be in English.

Number of Awards: Not specified

Value of Programme: The Scholarship is an award of US$10,000 to support graduate-level studies.

How to Apply: It is important to go through the application procedure and visit the Program Webpage (link below) before applying for this scholarship.

Visit Programme Webpage for details

Award Provider: FINCAD

Important Notes: The winner will be notified in Autumn 2018.

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