IE Business School in Madrid offers four-half scholarships
Professional expat women who wish to further their studies can apply for half-scholarships offered at IE Business School.The prestigious IE Business School (http://www.ie.edu/) in Madrid, Spain, is offering four half-scholarships to qualified expat women in their upcoming Advanced Management Programmes.
The Financial Times ranked the IE Business School as fourth best in the world this year for “Executive Education – Open Programs”, following only behind the Harvard Business School, University of Virginia (Darden) and IMD, Switzerland.
The three (English-speaking) programme options where half-scholarship applications are offered are:
1. Advanced Management Programme (AMP) Blended
This programme is aimed at high-potential directors in transition towards the top executive level and at entrepreneurs who are currently launching a new project. Work focus should be clearly international.
First In-Class Module: 15 – 22 February 2010
Intersession Online Module: 29 February – 8 May 2010
Second In-Class Module: 17 – 25 May 2010
2. Advanced Management Programme (AMP) Intensive
This programme is aimed at managers and entrepreneurs who are preparing themselves to make the transition to general management or broader responsibilities. They would bring to the programme over 10 years of experience in management.
In-Class Module: 1 – 23 July 2010
3. Global Senior Management Programme (GSMP)
This is a joint programme with the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
The programme is aimed at members of the Managing Committee and Administrative Councils, presidents, company owners, managing directors, vice presidents, negotiations directors, country managers and other senior managers, whose responsibilities are strategic affairs within their companies, whose focus is clearly international. Course participants would bring to the programme over 15 years of experience in senior management.
First In-Class Module: 16 – 21 May 2010 (Chicago)
Intersession Online Module: 24 May – 19 June 2010
Second In-Class Module: 20 – 25 June 2010 (Madrid)
Full tuition fees for these programmes range from EUR16,900 to 18,900. Half-scholarships range in value from EUR 8,450 to 9,450.
This is a fantastic opportunity for professional women and all qualified applicants (expatriate and non-expatriate women) are encouraged to apply.
The deadline for Expat Women network scholarship applications is: 30 November 2009. All enquiries and applications should be directed please to Yvonne Sanchez (Yvonne.Sanchez@ie.edu), Associate Director of Top Management Programs at IE Business School.