The City National Music Business Scholarship was created to recognize and support the professional aspirations of a newly enrolling Music Business Certificate or AA Program student who can articulate their professional goals and demonstrates outstanding dedication to achieving a position in the music industry.
The total scholarship award will be $1,000 credited toward the first quarter of the program.
Available to international students and U.S. citizens.
May only be applied to the Music Business Certificate Program.
Current/returning students in any MI program are not eligible.
Scholarship applicants must have submitted the Application for Admissions by the scholarship application deadline and must be entering the program for the first time.
Scholarship is credited toward the first quarter of the program. Scholarships are nontransferable, and may not be applied to any person, program or start date other than the one for which it was awarded.
The Dean’s Scholarship for Women and Management is designed to attract women executives to the Senior Executive MBA program. While diversity may exist in many fields in early career stages, at the senior level these numbers tend to fall away. The Scholarship addresses this decline by making the program accessible to senior women executives.
This scholarship recognises the high calibre of international students commencing in our full-time MBA program each year. Awarded on merit, the scholarship recognises an MBA candidate who demonstrates academic excellence and high level management qualities.
Full Tuition Fees
Open to international students who apply to the full-time MBA program.
Note: for entry into the August 2019 intake, applications must be received by 14 January 2019.
Application and Selection Process
Eligible candidates are invited to apply. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by the Dean.
The successful MBA scholarship recipient will be expected to act as an ambassador for the programme during and after their study. This could include providing a video and/or written summary of their experiences to use for promotional purposes, attending an information event, acting as a student reference for the programme, or answering prospective students’ questions.
50% tuition fees
One academic year
Number of awards available
One for January 2019 start
All classed as overseas for fees purposes
Eligible applicants must
have achieved the equivalent of a British 1st or 2:1 in an undergraduate degree
hold an unconditional offer or a conditional offer where IELTS or equivalent English language is the only condition
be a new student to UWE Bristol with no previous UK study
be classed as overseas for fees purposes
not be a sponsored student or in receipt of another scholarship/award
provide official transcripts at the time of application
Note for successful candidates: you will need to prove when accepting the Scholarship that you satisfy the UKVI criteria in terms of being able to cover living costs and the remainder of the fee.
Kent Business School is pleased to offer a range of hardship bursaries to Home, EU and Overseas postgraduate taught students who require financial support in order to undertake and complete their master’s studies.
This funding is available to all applicants who are applying for a Kent Business School Masters programme
Any bursary award will be determined based on an assessment of your supporting hardship statement
A hardship bursary can only be considered after you have submitted a formal application to study onto a Master’s programme at Kent Business School and received a formal offer for 2019 entry
How to apply
You can apply for the bursary via your Applicant Portal by submitting a supporting statement describing your current circumstance, detailing why you require the extra funding and should be considered for a hardship bursary.
have senior management experience and/or good degree results
12 October 2018 0:00 (GMT)
How to apply
You must apply for admission to the Sussex MBA course via the University’s PG Apply online application system for a September start (full-time or part-time) or via this link for January or April part-time start. You can only apply for the MBA scholarships once you have been accepted onto the course.
Applicants who have been offered a place on the MBA programme and feel that they have relevant (senior) management experience and/or good degree results must send an informal expression of interest for the MBA scholarship to email@example.com once they have been offered a place on the MBA programme. Scholarships will then be determined based on your initial MBA application and the interview.
APPLICATION TO STUDY AT MASSEY BUSINESS SCHOOL CAN BE MADE ANYTIME DURING THE YEAR. A student should ideally have an Offer of Place before they can apply for a scholarship.
The aim of the Massey Business School, International Student Study Award (“the Award”) is to attract top-achieving new international students enrolling in full-time business Programme on the Manawatu or Wellington campuses at Massey University.
The Award will be based on academic merit at the discretion of the selection committee. The Awards may be awarded annually, and will be to the value of $5,000 per 120 credits enrolled, for up to the total credit value of the Programme.
Undergraduate Programme maximum $15,000
Postgraduate Programme maximum $10,000
The total number of new awards to be awarded each year is subject to approval by the Massey Business School Executive Team.
Applicants must be:
The recipient must be enrolled in an eligible undergraduate or postgraduate programme offered by Massey Business School and subject to the programme being available at the Manawatu or Wellington campuses
Recipients must be enrolled at the Manawatu or Wellington campus as “internal” students (who take courses delivered by either Internal or Block mode). Students enrolling as distance or mixed mode delivery (combination of Internal and Distance courses) will not be eligible to apply
Continuation of the award payment is subject to the recipient remaining in an eligible programme and campus
The Award is subject to the recipient meeting all programme admission requirements
For the purpose of this award, the academic merit is assessed as an admissions Grade Point Average determined by Massey University or equivalent measure, as determined by Massey University
Applications are now open for Research Training Program Scholarships.
Meritorious students are encouraged to apply, noting that, in assessing applications, ACU will give priority to applicants whose proposed research aligns with one of the following areas: education, health, social justice and the common good, and theology and philosophy. Priority will also be given to applicants wishing to study at doctoral level and Indigenous Australian applicants.
For further information regarding the priority areas, please visit the appropriate Faculty or Research Institute website:
Show excellent professional and personal skills, these may be evidenced through work experience, leadership opportunities or extra-curricular activities. Leadership and extra-curricular experience may include non-business related activities e.g. volunteering, musical achievement or excellence in another discipline.
Demonstrate the potential to contribute to the social and cultural diversity of our Masters programmes.
How do I apply?
You will be automatically considered for these scholarships when we review your application for the relevant Masters course. You are not required to make a separate application.