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About Scholarships ¤ Application proces ¤ Winner selection ¤ Value ¤ Winners obligations
The scholarship project evolves as a part of COTRUGLI's Social Responsibility Program, created to encourage positive changes within the SEE region. Ten scholarships worth 82.500 € will be granted to those applicants who are most likely to contribute to the growth of COTRUGLI Business School in this region.
Scholarship application requirements:
|• Undergraduate degree||• Undergraduate degree|
|• Sufficient knowledge of English language||• Sufficient knowledge of English language|
|• Minimum five (5) years of relevant work experience||• Minimum three (3) years of work experience|
In order to be considered eligible for E/MBA scholarships, applicants have to successfully complete the Scholarship Selection Process.
ROUND 1: Application Form - Deadline for submission: September 15th, 2014 (by midnight)
All candidates who meet the scholarship application requirements should register for the selection process here:
Please note that it's mandatory to fulfill all listed fields with requested information. COTRUGLI will use personal data only for contacting purposes and those won't be used outside the Scholarship selection process.
ROUND 2: Online Assessment
Upon submission of the application form, Scholarship Committee will contact you with the next steps. If your Application Form is positively evaluated, you will receive instructions for an online assessment.
ROUND 3: Individual Interview
In case you qualify, you will be entering the final round of selection process and you will be invited for an individual selection interview and scholarship advisory via Skype.
COTRUGLI will evaluate all applicants and the Scholarship winners will be informed via telephone. All other applicants will receive their final results via e-mail.
According to the evaluation of each candidate's professional and individual achievements and impressions gathered during the whole selection process, the special commission will select 10 candidates who will receive the scholarships and become participants of the Executive MBA or MBA generation 2014.
After scholarship winners have been selected in each category, they will receive 5 partial scholarships for the Executive MBA program (each worth 9.000 €) and 5 for the MBA program (each worth 7.500 €).
In cooperation with valuable partners, COTRUGLI will grant 5 partial Executive MBA scholarships, each worth 9.000 € and also grant 5 partial MBA scholarships, each worth 7.500 €.
Scholarship winners are obliged to cover the difference in price between a partial scholarship and full price of the program; that is the additional amount up to the entire price of Executive MBA or MBA program. The regular tuition fee for Executive MBA program is 18 000 €, and for MBA program is 15 000 €.
All candidates who successfully complete the scholarship process and the enrolment process before October 15th, 2014 are entitled to special discount on the regular price of Executive MBA or MBA program.
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Scholarship winners are expected to do the following type of work for COTRUGLI: consulting, mentoring and research. This is to be done without fee during or after the program, in total amount of 40 hours (5 days).
Scholarship winners are obliged to follow standards and rules associated with all educational programs at COTRUGLI, as well as to promote COTRUGLI’s values trough his/her exemplary academic achievements and overall ethical behavior.
Once they apply for the selection process, candidates agree that all materials taken during the process can be used for COTRUGLI’s advertising purposes and that they give up on all rights related to them. COTRUGLI's policy is not to publish any kind of information revealing candidates’ status. COTRUGLI fences itself from any kind of discrimination in its programs and activities, including religious, sexual, ethnic and national discrimination.
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