Alba Graduate Business School offers two partial merit-based* scholarships that cover 50% of the tuition fees for any of the Academic Programs at Alba (Executive MBA and MSc in International shipping and Finance candidates are not included) to a member of the next generation of a family business.
The Alba Hub for Entrepreneurship and Development offers the “Next Generation Family Business Scholarships” in an effort to encourage growth of and succession in family businesses in Greece. It aims to support upcoming business leaders so that they can excel in such a demanding role.
The Scholarships are awarded to a member of the family business’ next generation that is expected to assume a leading role within the upcoming years. Both the academic background, as well as the applicant’s aspirations and plans for the business’ future will be taken into account. In order to ensure that the applicant and the family business are willing to invest in this opportunity, the application form is submitted by the applicant while The Next Generation Scholarship Committee may contact the CEO/Managing Director for this purpose.
For further information please contact Alexis Komselis, Director of the Alba Hub for Entrepreneurship and Development, tel.: +302108964531 (ext. 2321), [email protected].
* All students receiving scholarships on the basis of merit, either in full or in part, are expected to maintain a Cumulative Index (CI) or a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 and above. The CI corresponds to the average grade of all course grades that have been reported, while the GPA corresponds to the average grade of the course grades of a particular term. If both the CI and GPA of a scholarship recipient drops below 3.0, for all courses that have been completed and grades that have been announced through myACG portal, the scholarship will be discontinued until such time as the term GPA or the CI rises to 3.0 and above. In such cases, the student will become personally liable for payment of tuition fees corresponding to the teaching period that follows right after the announcement of the grades of the preceding term, in which both the term GPA and the CI have been reported below 3.0. This rule does not apply to the first and the last teaching period of all Academic Programs.Aid Percentage:
Two (2) merit-based scholarships that cover 50% of the tuition fees for several MBA & MSc programs, to a member of the next generation of a family business.Deadline:
31 May, 2019
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