Swansea University's School of Management: Developing Futures Scholarships (Master's) 2018
- £3,000 towards tuition fees
- 3 August 2018
The School of Management at Swansea University combines research-led teaching excellence with a key focus on employability and personal development. The Developing Futures scholarship programme offers students the chance to gain valuable career-enhancing skills as well as financial support towards tuition fees. Recipients will be encouraged to develop skills whilst contributing to School events and activities during the academic year.
The School is offering scholarships worth £3,000 each for applicants studying on the following full-time taught Master's programmes, starting in September 2018:
Accounting and Finance, MScEconomics, MScEconomics and Finance, MScFinance, MScFinance and Business Analytics, MScFinancial Management, MScInternational Banking and Finance, MScInvestment Management, MScManagement, MScManagement (Business Analytics), MScManagement (Entrepreneurship), MScManagement (Finance), MScManagement (Human Resource Management), MScManagement (International Management), MScManagement (International Standards), MScManagement (Marketing), MScManagement (Operations and Supply Management), MScManagement (Tourism), MScManagement (e-Business), MScStrategic Accounting, MScStrategic Marketing, MSc
To apply for one of these scholarships, you must have an offer to study on an eligible full-time course at the School of Management, starting in September 2018.
Scholarships will be deducted from tuition fees and cannot be transferred to another intake if you defer entry.
Applications from students of any nationality are welcome.
The TOEFL® test is a popular option for students to meet the English-language requirements for scholarships.
Each scholarship is worth £3,000, and will be automatically deducted from tuition fees.
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