University of Liverpool to offer spot admissions and scholarships to aspiring MBA students
Representatives from the University of Liverpool will be visiting several cities in India, including Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai and Lucknow, to offer support to students wanting to explore their MBA programme. The team will be in Delhi from June 2 to June 4 to conduct student counselling sessions and offer admissions to eligible candidates on the spot.
The Management School will also offer 50 postgraduate faculty scholarships worth £2,000 each, for the current academic year, to Indian students. If awarded, the amount will be deducted from their fees which is £14,750. The University’s Management School offers students a range of postgraduate courses including the Liverpool MBA, business finance and management MBA, and football industries MBA. Elaine Eades, the Director of the University of Liverpool’s MBA programme, said, “The University’s MBA programmes are designed to equip current and future executives with the knowledge they need in core subjects such as finance, business strategy, marketing and leadership. Our aim is to prepare students to be future leaders in a globally competitive work place, and give them the skills to respond to the demands of a dynamic economic, political and technical environment. I look forward to meeting new students in India this month and supporting them on their career path.”
The Management School is launching new modules on the MBA programme for students entering the University in 2011. Students who wish to learn more about the MBA programme should visit the University’s website at http://www.liv.ac.uk/managementschool/postgraduate/index.htm. To schedule an appointment with the University representatives during their visit to Delhi and to know more about their itinerary during the trip, please visit the events website at http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/international/events/