Oxford–Adara Foundation MBA Scholarship 2019/2020 for Young African Women
A new MBA scholarship designed to empower high-potential African women to engage in the economic development of the continent has been launched.
- 11th January 2019
- 5th April 2019
Eligible Countries: African countries
To be taken at (country): Oxford University, UK
About the Award: New for 2019, the Adara Foundation, in partnership with Oxford University’s Graduate Scholarship Matched Fund, is offering a full scholarship to an exceptional female MBA candidate from Africa.
The scholarship, open to female candidates of an African nationality, covers the full MBA programme fee and living expenses. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to return to their home country upon completion of the one-year MBA programme to contribute to Africa’s business and socio-economic development. The scholarships will be available for the 2019-20 academic year and no separate application will be needed as all students meeting the criteria will automatically be considered.
- Open to female candidates of an African nationality, with a preference for a candidate of Nigerian nationality.
- Candidates must be ordinarily resident in a state outside of the European Economic Area including the UK, and intending to return to their home country upon completion of the MBA programme.
- Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to contribute to Africa’s development.
- The scholarship will be awarded based on academic merit.
Number of Awards: One per year.
Value of Award: The scholarship covers the full MBA programme fee and provides a living expenses stipend of at least £14,777.
Duration of Programme: Full duration.
How to Apply: No additional application is required, we will use the details you supply in your MBA application form to determine eligibility.
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