Sheffield University Management School has joined with The Economist and Which MBA? for Spring 2015’s Brightest Minds competition.
Brightest Minds is a global contest which offers the winner a huge scholarship of $25,000 (over £16,500*) to use towards studying an MBA at one of the business schools sponsoring the competition. The successful student will be the highest scorer on The Economist’s GMAT Tutor simulation test – five randomly selected runners-up will each receive a free iPad Air. The contest closes on 25 April 2015 – it’s a wonderful opportunity to study at one of the world’s leading business and management schools.
The Sheffield MBA’s applied approach and focus on entrepreneurship, leadership and consultancy ensures that delegates have skills that today’s leaders need – the ability to analyse, innovate and implement change. In addition to providing a theoretical academic framework to structure your knowledge and learning we place a strong focus on hands-on, applied experience. Throughout the Sheffield MBA you will work as a consultant to a client company, applying the theory you have explored in learning sessions to real-world scenarios. Our Business Development Team and dedicated Employability Hub provide you with introductions to a range of clients to find a match based on your background and interests; they will also support and guide you on your route to an extraordinary career.
Enter the contest online: mba-scholarship.gmat.economist.com
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