London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 25, 2010 -- LSBF (London School of Business and Finance) always invests into support of the students, both on academics and financial matters. Understanding that education can be rather expensive investment into future, LSBF has arranged a number of scholarship schemes to help with tuition for the best and most motivated students and The Women in Business Scholarship is one of them.
According to the statistical data only 10% of the world's top 300 companies' board members and directors are women. The Women in Business Scholarship has been launched by London School of Business and Finance and is aimed at providing women with unique opportunity to become CEOs and Presidents of the world's most recognizable brands and multinational corporations.
The Scholarship is awarded to women who strive for their career promotion and who can show high academic records and proficiency in the English language. Awards are available for almost all programmes: MBA, MBA + Professional Qualification (ACCA, CIMA, CFA, and CIM), MIB, MIB + Professional Qualification (ACCA, CIMA, CFA, and CIM) and Masters Programmes (Master in Finance, Master in Investment Banking and Securities, Master in Finance and Investment Management, Master in M&A and Corporate Restructuring, Master in Pension and Fund Management). Scholarship amounts vary from GBP1000 to GBP7000 depending on the programme.
To be eligible for the Women in Business Scholarship you must meet the following criteria: - You are female - You have an undergraduate degree or above and a proven history of academic and/or professional excellence - You meet the English requirements of the programme you are applying for - You are able to prove that you have sufficient funds to pay the remaining course fees - You have already applied for a programme at LSBF.
Scholarships are awarded on an ongoing basis, but you will have to ensure your application has been received by LSBF before the deadlines. The deadline for Spring Intake is 29th January 2010. Please note that Scholarship awards are applied only to tuition fees and do NOT include a contribution towards living costs, travel or other expenses.