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Global Business School Oxford offers scholarship of £4,500 for the Full MBA Programme

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Oxford, England: Global Business School Oxford (GBS Oxford) has announced that it will offer a number of scholarships and bursaries to successful applicants who are accepted for the next MBA intake, which begins from 1 February 2017. This unique MBA blended learning programme, which enables students from all over the world to pursue their studies while in employment and is accredited by London Metropolitan University, combines the very best of the Oxford tutorial system with the best of digital learning.

The Dean of GBS Oxford, Professor David Faulkner said, “Our mission is to ensure that an MBA is not simply limited to those who can afford both the normally stratospheric business school fees and the immense time commitment and impact that can have on careers. We believe that our MBA programme will enable a new generation of students to achieve their goals. We are therefore delighted to be able to say that through the generosity of benefactors we are offering a limited number of scholarships and bursaries to successful applicants for the February intake.”

Ten scholarship places are available at £4,500 for the full year-long MBA. This is a once only offer to coincide with the launch of the new online MBA, delivered in partnership with London Metropolitan University. A limited further number of scholarships and bursaries are also being offered on merit.

GBS Oxford informed that the programme commences on 1 February 2017 while this offer closes at 1500 GMT Friday 27th Jan 2017. For more details, GBS Oxford  mentioned that interested candidates can contact [email protected] .

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