NEW YORK, Sept. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- While prospective MBA students may be seeing six-figure salaries on their post-graduate horizons, the question of how to fund tuition for the prestigious master's degree in business administration remains.
Economist GMAT Tutor will be helping one lucky student pay the bill through its semiannual Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Contest, which offers a $25,000 scholarship to an array of participating business schools. The contest launched on September 18th.
The contest's $25,000 scholarship prize will be awarded to the highest scorer on Economist GMAT Tutor's free online simulation of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), the standardised test required by most business schools for admission.
The contest is open to anyone who is considering pursuing an MBA or EMBA. The contest will close on November 30th 2017, and the winner will be announced by January 5th 2018. The winner may apply their $25,000 scholarship towards tuition at any of the partnering business schools:
- Babson College, F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business
- Copenhagen Business School
- The University of Virginia Darden School of Business
- Davis College of Business at Jacksonville University
- The University of Edinburgh Business School
- Ivey Business School
- University of Liverpool Management School
- Rady School of Management University of California San Diego
- Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
- School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology
- Schulich School of Business
- The Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University
- University of Bath School of Management
- Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York
Contest entrants must qualify under the Terms & Conditions.
For information about partnership opportunities, please contact Richard Dexter at +1 212-554-0662 or [email protected].
About Economist GMAT Tutor (gmat.economist.com)
Economist GMAT Tutor is an online GMAT prep course offered by The Economist Group. The online program guides students through the academic topics and test-taking skills that they will need to master the test. The program is adaptive, meaning that it uses students' correct and incorrect answers to create tailored courses customized to their needs.
About The Economist (economist.com)
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