|There is almost no financial aid for
an MBA in the UK. Some universities may give students with good or exceptional
backgrounds, a part tuition fee waiver.
In our opinion, there are not very many scholarship options available for an MBA in the UK.
Almost all students who go for an MBA in UK fund the related expenses on their own.
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Financial assistance available in your home country, check out:
Aid in your home country
However, there are some scholarship options available for students
with exceptional backgrounds and excellent academic
The British Scholarship is available for a range of postgraduate
taught and research programmes including the MBA programme.
To apply for an award, contact your local British Council office,
British High Commission or British Embassy. Preference is given
to candidates already established in a career. You can click on the link below
for more details.
Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowship Plan
Awards are made to citizens of Commonwealth countries and
are primarily for postgraduate programmes, including the MBA programme. Contact your
local British Council office for information on how to apply. For more details
about the Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowship plan, click on
the link below:
Scholarships and Fellowship Plan
Department for International Development
(DFID) Shared Scholarship Scheme:
This programme funds awards for taught postgraduate courses.
Candidates should be of high academic calibre and
should be intending to study a subject of develop mental relevance to
their country. Eligibility is restricted to those resident in
developing Commonwealth countries who are not employed by their
government or by an international organisation. Contact your local
British Council office or British
High Commission for information on how to apply. For more details about the DFID
Shared Scholarship Scheme, check out the link below:
Shared Scholarship Scheme