MBA scholarships in Malaysia
For our part-time MBA programme we offer one full scholarship in association with the 30% club, and one partial scholarship.
Read on for more information on each scholarship and how to apply.
Part-time MBA scholarship in Malaysia
A maximum of 5 scholarships, of up to £3000 (RM equivalent), are available each academic year for students accepted onto the part-time MBA programme at our Malaysia campus.
The scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Edinburgh Business School Scholarship Committee and are based on prior academic achievement and financial hardship.
Scholarship applications will be accepted for consideration, once a formal application to the relevant MBA programme has been received and an offer of a place accepted by the student.
To enquire email malaysiaMBA@ebs.hw.ac.uk.
30% Club part-time MBA Scholarship in Malaysia
In association with the 30% Club, we are offering a full scholarship to attend our part-time, two-year, MBA programme at Heriot-Watt University in Malaysia.
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Who is eligible?
Applicants² should be women of Malaysian nationality with a first- or second-class honors degree or equivalent qualification recognized by the Malaysian government. English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.5 and at least two years’ work experience.
Your application essay
As an applicant you are required to submit:
An 800-word essay on the topic: ‘How will women in leadership roles shape the future of global business?’
How to apply
Fill out our application form online, you'll be asked to attach the following documents:
1. Your current CV
2. Your 800 word essay
3. Two referees in support of your application, one from a current or most recent employer
4. Certified copies of academic and/or professional qualifications, certificates and transcripts.
¹The scholarship award does not cover examination deferred or absent fees, travel, accommodation or incidental expenses.
²the scholarship is not open to employees of Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University, members of the 30% Club Malaysia Steering Committee, or anyone else professionally associated with the scheme.