Scholarships are awarded to academically exceptional students who will be ambassadors for the MBA Programme and the School during their studies and after graduation.
[box type=”info” ]Application Deadline: March 31, 2017.
Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing MBA Programme.
Subject of Study: Scholarships are awarded to study business administration.
Value of Scholarship Award: These cover 100% of the tuition fees.
Host Institution/ Country: University College Dublin, Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School /Ireland[/box]
The University College Dublin, Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is offering GMAT Full–Time MBA Scholarships for Irish and international students. These merit-based scholarships are open to all applicants scoring 700 or above on the GMAT.
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is Ireland’s leading business school and research centre offering a world-class MBA, leading PhD programme, a wide range of specialist masters for both business and non-business graduates as well as Executive Development courses.
Applicants must have a university degree or professional qualification.
These merit-based scholarships are open to all applicants scoring 700 or above on the GMAT. All scholarship applicants must already have been admitted to (have applied for, been interviewed and offered a place on) the full-time MBA Programme before they can be considered for any of the above scholarships. Open to exceptional Irish residents and international candidates who possess a GMAT of 700 or above. Applications are welcome and these scholarships will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Eligible Countries: Irish and International students can apply for this scholarship.
College Admission Requirement
- A university degree or professional qualification.
- A minimum of three years’ professional experience (this does not include summer placements, part-time or temporary work experience).
Test Requirement: Applicants must possess a GMAT of 700 or above.
English Language Requirement: An acceptable score on the IELTS exam if English isn’t your first language. An average score of 7 overall components and a minimum of 6.5 in each band on the Academic Version. The exception to this rule is if you have completed your primary degree or an entire third level qualification through English, in an English speaking country or A minimum score of 605 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), with Test of Written English at 60 +. In the computer based TOEFL, a minimum score of 250 (Written English 25+) is required. A minimum score of 100 is required in the Internet-based TOEFL (ITB) (written English 22+).
There is no separate application process for these Scholarships. All successful applicants for the full-time MBA programme are automatically considered. A complete application includes the following:
- Online Application Form.
- Curriculum Vitae.
- Official GMAT records sheet/confirmation of GMAT date.
- Official IELTS/TOEFL record sheet or confirmation of IELTS/TOEFL date(if applicable).
- Official certified transcripts of degrees and /or professional qualifications.
- Four essays. The 4 essay questions are as follows:
Beyond what is outlined in your Curriculum Vitae, what will be your unique contribution to your MBA class? (Max. 300words).
What in your opinion is UCD Smurfit Schools’ responsibility to you as an MBA student and what is your responsibility to the School? (Max. 300 words).
What makes the UCD MBA programme your first choice MBA? (Max. 300 words).
What are your career expectations in the 3 years post MBA? (Max. 300 words).
Two recommendation letters: for authenticity, these must be signed by hand and scanned prior to submission. MBA Recommendation Form
- Application form, essays, CV and all support documents should be submitted via the online application centre
[box type=”note” ]Note:Decisions will be made by the Schools Scholarship Committee. All decisions are final.
Successful candidates can be awarded one Scholarship only. No candidate will be awarded more than one Scholarship or Bursary. Candidates qualifying for more than one scholarship and successful can’t transfer or use one scholarship between or against another programme.[/box]