Women Leaders scholarships
Women leaders scholarships are now in its fifth year.The scholarship is a collaboration between Henley, the 30% Club and the Financial Times.It is designed to pave a way to a greater visibility of women in leadership across all industry positions and reflects our mission to encourage and increase gender balance.
Location: Henley Business School
Level of study: MBA
The winner will receive a fully-funded place worth up to £39,500 on Henley Business School’s world-renowned Executive or Flexible Executive MBA program starting in September/October 2017. This scholarship is designed to offer practical support for the development of strong female talent, as part of the 30% Club’s ‘Balancing the Pyramid Project.’
- Submission of entry will be taken to mean acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. No purchase is necessary to enter.
- The Competition is open to participants worldwide, except where prohibited by local laws and regulations aged 18 years and over.
- Employees or employees’ immediate family members of the 30% Club, Henley Business School or the Financial Times Limited, their agents, or anyone else professionally associated with the Competition are not eligible to enter the Competition.
- To get into this contest, entrants must qualify for entry to the Henley MBA Programme.The Prize will only be awarded once the winner’s place in the Programme is confirmed by Henley Business School. The entry criteria for the Programme are five years management experience for the Executive MBA and three years management experience for the Flexible Executive MBA, a good first degree or equivalent professional or international qualification and evidence of competence in English.
- Entrants must submit an 800-word essay entitled: ‘Can gender diverse leadership help ensure that technology is used to benefit society?’
- Entrants who are subsequently shortlisted may also be asked to submit their C.V.
- Candidates must submit their entry by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the Closing Date. All entries must be clearly marked ‘Women in Leadership Scholarship competition.’ All elements of an entry must be in English and entries will not be returned.
- All entries submitted must be the work of the individual submitting them and must not have been published elsewhere or have won a prize in any other competition
- Only one entry per person. Late, illegible, incomplete, defaced or corrupt entries will not be accepted. Henley will take no responsibility for lost entries, and proof of transmission will not be accepted as evidence of receipt. Entries must not be sent through agencies or third parties.
- The winner will get a notification by Henley Business School in early July 2017, and they shall provide details of how to claim the Prize.
- In the event of the winner being unable to commence the Programme, Henley Business School will offer the Prize to the next entrant on the shortlist, selected by these terms and conditions
- Should the winner withdraw from the Programme after commencement, Henley Business School reserves the right to offer the Prize to the next entrant, as above, or to remove the prize.