INSEAD Weston Scholarship(s)
Awarded by INSEAD
The Garfield Weston Foundation is a UK-based, general grant-giving charity endowed by the late W. Garfield Weston and members of his family. The Foundation has helped a wide range of organisations with projects in the Arts, Community, Education, Welfare, Medical, Social, Religion, Youth and Environment. The Garfield Weston Scholarships at INSEAD are based on merit i.e. the most deserving candidates whether from an academic, career potential or other relevant perspective.
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Based on the quality of admission applications (no scholarship application is required) one or two awards will be made per intake. Only candidates who have been admitted in Round 1 and/or Round 2 will be considered.
Up to 2 per class
Up to €15,000 each
No separate application is required. The holders of the awards will be required to submit an essay on their INSEAD experience at the end of the programme. Notification on the decision: successful candidates will receive the notification on the award approximately one week after admission. If you do not receive an e-mail on the award within that time frame please consider that you have not been selected for the Weston scholarship.
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