INSEAD Swedish Council Scholarship(s)
Awarded by INSEAD
To foster the pipeline of international business leaders in Sweden, the Council has created an MBA scholarship at INSEAD to reward such talent. The awards will be merit based, through preference will be given to candidates demonstrating financial need.
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Candidates must be Swedish nationals and clearly demonstrate an interest for a career linked to business with Sweden. Candidates may not cumulate this award with any other INSEAD or external scholarships. If this is the case, the INSEAD scholarship will be reallocated.
Up to €15,000
All applications submitted to the INSEAD Elof Hansson Scholarship will be considered.
February 13th each year for the July class (starts in September); August 22nd each year for the December class (starts in January)
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