- One full scholarship for either the BA (Hons) International Business or BA (Hons) International Events Management degree course, covering the tuition fees for the full 3.5 years of the programme, worth approximately £48,000
- Two half scholarships for either degree course, covering half of the tuition fees for the 3.5 year programme, worth approximately £24,000 each
Who Can Participate?
The competition is open to all applicants who hold a conditional or unconditional offer to study on the BA (Hons) International Business or BA (Hons) International Events Management degree course, commencing in September 2011 or February 2012.
Please note that to participate in the competition, you must be holding an offer by the closing date of Tuesday, May 31, 2011.
The competition is not open to transfer students, or students who join the EBS London programmes with advanced standing.
How Can I Apply for the Scholarship?
1. Choose one of the six scholarship questions. Choose the question which most interests you, and which you would most like to research - we are looking for original thoughts and ideas.
2. Start your research. Think about employing a variety of research methods to ensure that your essay is fresh, original and thought-provoking. We expect you to conduct surveys, interviews, to research books, journals, magazines, newspapers. It is important to appropriately reference all sources you use during your research.
3. Write and submit your essay to us by the competition deadline, Tuesday, May 31, 2011, at 17:00 GMT. The essay should not exceed eight double-spaced pages in length.
What Are the Judges Looking for?
We are looking for a creative and research-based approach to your work. Any original research you do, such as contacting firms or the business community in general, will be rewarded in the assessment process.
You should reference your work appropriately and provide a full bibliography, listing the relevant sources. Your entry will be used to determine the short-list of candidates, who proceed to the second state of the competition - the presentations.
The presentations will allow us to assess your interpersonal skills and your ability to present yourself. In addition you will have the opportunity to tell us more about your research and findings.
How Do We Decide the Winners?
After the scholarship deadline, the Judges will choose the six best entries. The short-listed candidates will be invited to attend the EBS London International Scholarship Assessment Day on our campus in central London. This will be held in early July 2011. On the day you will:
- Make a presentation on your research and essay
- Answer questions on your presentation and essay
The three awards will be based upon the candidates’ written essays and oral presentations. The winners will be announced shortly thereafter.
How Can I Submit My Essay?
You can submit your scholarship entry via the following methods:
By email: EBSL@regents.ac.uk
By fax: +44-207-487-7425
By post: Please send one hard copy of your entry marked ‘EBSL International Scholarship’ to:
European Business School London
Regent’s Park, Inner Circle
London NW1 4NS
When is the Closing Date for Entries?
The closing date for the 2011-2012 competition is Tuesday, May 31, 2011, at 17:00 GMT. Please note that we cannot accept late entries.
For more information, please visit official website: www.ebslondon.ac.uk.
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