Mar 062012
 

Cambridge Judge Business School

The Sainsbury Bursary Scheme provides Cambridge MBA bursaries for students from the charitable or voluntary sectors who need financial aid to help fund their MBAs. There are up to five awards each year, worth either £14,000 or £28,000 towards the cost of the MBA fees.

If you want to be considered for a Sainsbury Bursary, you must apply to the Cambridge MBA programme by 20 April.

What next?

Following the interview, if an offer is made to you, please send MBA Admissions an email explaining why you think you should be considered for a Sainsbury Bursary (see eligibility criteria below).

Do I qualify for a Sainsbury Bursary?

We are looking for intelligent and highly motivated candidates committed to a career within the charitable or voluntary sectors. Preference will be given to UK citizens currently working in the UK, but exceptional non-UK candidates working for international organisations will be considered. In all cases it is expected that successful recipients will continue to contribute to the charitable or voluntary sectors in the UK after completion of the MBA. All candidates for the bursaries must have:

  • at least three years’ work experience within the charitable or voluntary sectors prior to submitting their application
  • strong support from their employer, or evidence of an on-going commitment to the charitable or voluntary sectors
  • a clear idea of how they would use the skills and knowledge gained on the MBA programme to develop their career within the charitable or voluntary sectors

Deadline for Sainsbury Bursary applications

20 April 2012.

Further details

For further details, please contact the MBA Admissions staff »

Find out more about tailoring your MBA to the Beyond Profit sector (pdf, 586KB)

The Cambridge MBA offers a specialised concentration in Beyond Profit for those interested in the not-for-profit sector.

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