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Win a Global Women's Leadership Scholarship to Cass Business School

The program is open to women all over the world to pursue a MBA degree at high-ranking Cass Business School, in City University, in London.
Muhtar Kent, chairman and former CEO of the Coca-Cola Company at an event organized by the Cass Global Women's Leadership Programme.
Muhtar Kent, chairman and former CEO of the Coca-Cola Company at an event organized by the Cass Global Women's Leadership Programme.

Funded by The Coca-Cola Foundation, the £500,000 Global Women’s Leadership Programme Scholarship supports four women MBA scholars with exceptional potential to become the leaders of tomorrow. The marvelous initiative offers four female MBA candidates a 50 percent discount on tuition for each of Cass Business School’s four MBA programs (one in each of the school’s Full-time, Executive, Modular Executive, and Dubai Executive MBA programmes).

Cass alumnus Muhtar Kent, chairman and former CEO of the Coca-Cola Company has been very supportive of the programme. Mentorship is a prominent feature of the Cass Global Women’s Leadership Program Scholarship.   

According to Dr Canan Kocabasoglu-Hillmer, director of the Cass Global Women’s Leadership Programme, scholars will develop their leadership skills by coordinating leadership development events and Women’s Executive Leadership Forums for alumni and corporate partners. The events will span across London, Dubai, Hong Kong, Beijing and New York.

Cass Business School in City University London

In order to be considered for the full-time MBA scholarship applicants must submit an online application form by January 28, 2018. Cass also must receive your completed MBA application. This includes all your references, GMAT score and academic qualifications.

Separately, the scholarship application deadline for the Cass Executive MBA program is May 20, 2018, while the scholarship application deadline for the Cass Executive MBA in Dubai is April 29, 2018.

“The Financial Times” ranked the Cass MBA as seventh globally, and first in London and second in Europe for entrepreneurship.

Cass is part of City University and used to be called City University Business School. It changed its name in August 2002 after it received a donation from the Sir John Cass Foundation. Cass is set in the glamorous City of London financial centre, with Finsbury Square and Silicon RoundAbout just a stone's throw away. According to “The Economist” the school’s links with business are excellent and the list of visiting speakers is impressive. “A good slice of MBA course work is taught by practising executives — the fact that most of them are on Cass's doorstep helps,” noted “The Economist.”
 

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