Durham University Business School’s Online MBA Scholarships are granted to candidates who can show magnificent scholastic and post-graduation work involvement.

Eligibility

Candidates will be viewed as dependent on:

  • Academic accomplishment
  • Work or intentional experience significant to the program for which they have applied
  • Any additional skills, experience or extra-curricular activities that will add value and indicate that they will make a significant contribution to the cohort on the program or the Business School.

To be considered for one of the Durham University Business School MBA Scholarships applicants must:

  • Complete the appropriate program application process in full and have received a conditional offer for study by September 2019 for January 2020 intake.
  • Be available to take up your program place in the 2020 academic year
  • Be willing to take part and participate in showcasing exercises which the School may arrange for the grant champs
  • Be self-subsidizing to be qualified for a grant. Where charges are paid by a business, private supplier or government body, candidates won’t be considered for a grant
  • Scholarship expenses spread the standard finish timescales of our projects
  • Scholarships are not transferable and not deferrable. They are substantial just for use by grant champs in the scholastic year for which the grant has been granted. Candidates who concede section will be considered for accessible scholarships accessible in the time of passage. Acknowledgment of a grant before deferral does not ensure a grant offer during the time of section
  • Be willing to take part and participate in showcasing exercises which the School may arrange for the grant champs
  • Be self-subsidizing to be qualified for a grant. Where charges are paid by a business, private supplier or government body, candidates won’t be considered for a grant
  • Scholarship expenses spread the standard finish timescales of our projects
  • Scholarships are not transferable and not deferrable. They are substantial just for use by grant champs in the scholastic year for which the grant has been granted. Candidates who concede section will be considered for accessible scholarships accessible in the time of passage. Acknowledgment of a grant before deferral does not ensure a grant offer during the time of section.
  • Additionally, candidates whose first language is not English will normally be required to demonstrate evidence of proficiency in the English language as follows: a recent English language test score of 7.0 or above in IELTS with no element below 6.0, or 102 or above in TOEFL IBT with no element below 23