INSEAD Sisley-Marc d'Ornano Scholarship
Awarded by INSEAD
To support young graduates seeking further education in order to contribute to the economic development of Poland.
This scholarship is offered in memory of the late Marc d'Ornano, who lost his life in a car accident while at the start of an excellent career.
Open to Polish nationals admitted to the INSEAD MBA programme who demonstrate a commitment to work in Poland for 3 years after the INSEAD MBA programme. The winner of the scholarship will agree to take up a professional activity in Poland for at least 3 years, and if not, the candidate is obliged to reimburse the scholarship.
Applicants must submit an essay addressing the following question: Give the main reason for your applying for the scholarship and describe your aspirations for your future career development. Scholarship applications may be submitted with the admissions application form. Application forms are available from the website.
February 11th for the September intake of the same year and August 18th for the January intake of the following year
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