The University of Geneva is offering a new scholarship program for 2018/2019 intake. Scholarships are open for citizens of developing countries to undertake Swiss institution’s International Organizations (IOMBA) programme.
This scholarship program has the objective to encourage and facilitate the participation of candidates coming from abroad to Geneva, candidates coming from low and middle-income countries as well as candidates working in a Nonprofit Organization.
The University of Geneva is a public research university located in Geneva, Switzerland. It was founded in 1559 by John Calvin as a theological seminary and law school. It remained focused on theology until the 17th century when it became a centre for Enlightenment scholarship. In 1873, it dropped its religious affiliations and became officially secular.
Scholarships are available for pursuing Bachelor, Masters and MBA Programme.
Available Subject: Scholarships are awarded to study full-time International Organizations MBA (IOMBA) programme.
Scholarship has a value of 7,900CHF. Scholarships are based on a combination of academic merit, financial need, and availability of funds. Please note, that in addition to that, candidates have to take into consideration the costs related to their living expenses in Geneva (accommodation*, transport, meals, etc.). Living expenses in Geneva are estimated at around 1’650CHF per month.
Candidates coming from low and middle-income countries as well as candidates working in a Nonprofit Organization are eligible to apply.
Nationality: Citizens of developing countries can apply for these scholarships.
How to Apply:
No other application process is necessary to be considered for these awards. Candidates are requested to register and apply online through the IO-MBA application form. A completed application includes information concerning you are educational and professional background and international experience. To complete and submit an online application