NUI Galway MBA Scholarships 10 May 2019
- 7 May 2019
NUI Galway MBA Scholarships Available
NUI Galway are delighted to be offering scholarships to support candidates undertaking the transformational NUI Galway MBA (part time two year programme).
All NUI Galway MBA Scholarships currently on offer cover up to 50% tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA, commencing September 2019. To be eligible for scholarships applicants must have submitted their applications by Friday May 10th 2019.
- 30% Club MBA Scholarship For Female Leaders
- NUI Galway Foundation MBA Scholarship for Alumni X2
- MedTech MBA Scholarship
- Social Impact MBA Scholarship
- Information and Communications Technology MBA Scholarship
- J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics MBA Scholarship
J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway, in collaboration with the 30% Club, is delighted to offer a scholarship for its MBA programme to support its mission to rectify the under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education by offering scholarships aimed at women.
Professor Anne Scott, Vice President for Equality and Diversity at NUI Galway says “We see this scholarship as important in encouraging and equipping talented, experienced women to set their sights on senior leadership roles, to inform and shape the direction of Irish businesses – for the benefit of business and society.”
The Association of MBAs (AMBA) has accredited NUI Galway’s MBA as academically rigorous and challenging real-world business education with industry engagement and global learning. With over 45 years of experience in MBA provision, the NUI Galway MBA programme prepares its graduates for accelerated career progression through the acquisition of knowledge, skills and confidence necessary for success in strategic management and senior leadership roles.
The distinctiveness of the programme is embedded in, and emanates from, combining global perspective with regional edge. We define our MBA regional edge as: ‘The unique synergy of NUI Galway expertise, delivery and focus combined with exceptional regional business enterprise and talent.’
Professor Breda Sweeney, J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway says: “The MBA programme can transform career opportunities for aspiring female executives by equipping graduates with important leadership skills, business insight and a network of talented executives from diverse professional backgrounds. The success of our MBA in this regard is evident from the achievements of our alumni.”
Visit for more information on our transformative MBA, scholarships, dates, and www.nuigalway.ie/mba/scholarships.