ITALY : Ferrarelle Scholarship Program at Alma Graduate School

ITALY : Ferrarelle Scholarship Program at Alma Graduate School

The Alma Graduate School is offering MBA scholarships for international students. The “Ferrarelle Scholarship Program” consists of two scholarships of 15,000 euro each for participation in the MBA Food and Wine of Alma Graduate School, the business school of the University of Bologna, Italy. Alma Graduate School also offers full and partial scholarships for participants of the MBA. Scholarships range from 10,000 euro to 27,000 euro. MBA participants are eligible to apply for low-interest and long-term (up to twelve years) honor loan covering the full amount of the tuition fee or the portion of it that is not covered by the scholarship plus an additional 10,000 euro loan for living expenses.

  • Scholarships are awarded to participate in the MBA Food and Wine of Alma Graduate School, the business school of the University of Bologna, Italy.
  • Scholarships are available for pursuing master degree.

Eligibility: Students admitted to the Master in Business Administration and enrolled to the program are eligible. All applicants are eligible to apply regardless of their nationality. Scholarships are merit-based (both
academic as well as professional merit). One of them will be assigned to a qualified American student. This exceptional opportunity is available for successful applicants for the academic year 2014/2015 only.

  • All applicants are eligible to apply regardless of their nationality.

The “Ferrarelle Scholarship Program” consists of two scholarships of 15,000 euro each for participation in the MBA Food and Wine of Alma Graduate School, the business school of the University of Bologna, Italy. One of them will be assigned to a qualified American student. This exceptional opportunity is available for successful applicants for the academic year 2014/2015 only, and is part of a wider cooperation between Ferrarelle SpA and Alma Graduate School.

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