Newcastle University is taking applications for the Sustainable Impact Scholarship award for Executive MBA for foreign candidates in the 2023/24 school year.
They are seeking to take in the next cohort of leaders from the Northeast who can display their potential to have a positive, sustainable influence on society and the economic recuperation of the region. They are devoted to supporting persons who are not afraid to contest the status quo and ask searching questions about what type of society and economy they wish to create.
They aim to entice students from all industries whose establishments or position directly addresses or adds to challenging one of the main UN Sustainable Development Goals. The diversity of their cohort is key to their philosophy of a thought-provoking and developmental learning space for all their students and to mirror the regional social and economic landscape in the North East.
Newcastle University (officially the University of Newcastle upon Tyne) is a UK state-owned research university located in Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England. It has foreign campuses in Singapore and Malaysia. The school is a red brick university and a part of the Russell Group, a group of research-concentrated UK universities. It has the Gold Award in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), one of ten Russell Group schools to attain the Gold TEF rating.
Worth of Sustainable Impact Scholarship at Newcastle University
1x Full Scholarship award of £24,000 (Executive MBA), applicable towards the expense of tuition fees
4x Top Up Scholarship award of £6,000 (Executive MBA), applicable towards the expense of tuition fees
Eligibility for Sustainable Impact Scholarship at Newcastle University
To be qualified for this full-fee scholarship award, you have to meet the following conditions:
- Filled out the Sustainable Impact Scholarship award application form and submitting a personal statement of at most 1,000 words to prove how your work directly contributes to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and specifically (although not restricted to) inclusivity and social justice and how you would add to the experience of your Executive MBA group in relation to this.
- Filled out and submitted an online Executive MBA program application form (Full Scholarship award) OR a Level 7 Senior Leader Apprenticeship leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies Request for Training Form (Top Up Scholarship award).
- Reside in and/or work in the North East
- Be from an under-represented group within a specific organisation or sector, which may comprise:
- working in an SME or third sector establishment including charities, social enterprises and voluntary establishments
- working in an establishment or have a role that clearly supports a more sustainable future for the region and beyond
- Possess a conditional or unconditional offer of a place to the Executive MBA 2023 entry
- Possess essential leadership or managerial experience (at least 3 years, preferably 5 years prior to commencing the programme)
- Preferably possess the equivalent of a UK 2:1 honours degree qualification (however, candidates who do not satisfy this requirement but can display relevant work experience higher than the minimum plus substantial career progression may also be given consideration)
- Perform well during interview across all proficiency areas
How to Apply for Sustainable Impact Scholarship at Newcastle University
Fill out the online program application for Executive MBA by selecting the “Apply now” button and Sustainable Impact Scholarship award application form with a personal statement.
These will be evaluated by the Executive Education Review Committee.
Applications will be taken until July 4, 2023 ET. Late applications will not be accepted.
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