The deadline for registration is May 8th. Hispanic residents in Florida (USA) can apply. Applications available at: www.calafoundation.org/scholarships.
MIAMI, April 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ismael Cala Foundation (ICF) and Westfield Business School (WBS), united in their shared goal of developing the potential of young Hispanics, will be awarding another ten 90% scholarships for five MBAs and five Executive MBAs.
The beneficiaries will be Hispanic residents of Florida (USA), who can register up until May 8th at: www.calafoundation.org/scholarships. Applicants will analyze an entrepreneurial business case, identify the problem and put forward possible solutions.
The best will earn the unique opportunity to continue their professional education at this prestigious business school. Just like the ICF, WBS is determined to train individuals with business leadership ability who will have a positive impact on their community and the environment, and will create wealth.
The Ismael Cala Foundation and Westfield Business School signed an alliance in April of 2018, and since then have held six scholarship contests. In total they have awarded 60 scholarships for MBAs and Executive MBAs to benefit Hispanics living in Florida, and young people belonging to Latin American social development organizations.
The Ismael Cala Foundation is intent on developing emotional and educational leadership for at-risk children, adolescents and young adults in our region and among the Hispanic population of the United States. To accomplish its mission, the ICF has created a variety of programs, among them, Channeling Scholarships. In alliance with educational institutions, businesses and other social development organizations, they promote the education and training of young people by channeling scholarships for courses and/or programs of study for personal and professional improvement, thus enhancing well-being and social progress.
Westfield Business School, for its part, is an American business school of European origin that has been innovating since 2000 with the Harvard case method, taking an online approach and drawing on the latest information technology. During this period, the school has had the opportunity to educate more than 3,500 executives from more than 43 countries.
What makes Westfield different?
- Its international experience
- Focus on the triple bottom line
- Adaptive learning method
- Dual degree program
- Key business alliances
SOURCE Cala Enterprises