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GMAT Talent and Opportunity Scholarship

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The Graduate Management Admission Council are proud to announce the launch of a brand-new scholarship to help the most talented business school applicants in Europe wishing to attend business school in the academic year 2023/24. This scholarship is open to all, but we strongly encourage applications from women, disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), LGBTQ+ and non-binary candidates as these groups are currently under-represented in the business school community.

Ten scholarship applicants will receive each of the following awards, which have a combined total Approximate Retail Value of up to US$2,500.00 (€2,219.44):

  • One (1) voucher for the GMAT exam
  • One (1) GMAT Official Practice Exams 3 & 4
  • One (1) GMAT preparation program with a GMAT exam instructor
  • One (1) 12-month Calm app subscription
  • Three (3) 60-minute consultations with professional Admissions Consultant, Fortuna Admissions

Eligibility criteria

  • The awards will be offered to candidates based in Europe considering an application to any GMAT-accepting business school around the globe.
  • Candidates do not need to be a European national but must have an up-to-date and legal resident visa in order to qualify.
  • Applicants must be applying to business school in the 2023/2024 academic year.
  • Applicants must apply as described below and in the Official Rules.
  • Please see the Official Rules for any other eligibility criteria not listed.

Judging panel

This is a judged award, whereby applicants must complete an application to be considered for the scholarship. The panel of judges will be from the business school community and will select award recipients based on the quality of their submissions.

  • Matt Symonds – Director at Fortuna Admissions; Columnist at Forbes, BBC
  • Nalisha Patel – Regional Director, Europe at Graduate Management Admission Council
  • Seb Murray – Freelance contributor at BBC, Financial Times, Forbes

How to apply

Applicants must complete an essay of up to 600 words outlining the following:

What do you believe your background and experience will bring to a diverse learning and business environment?

  • All submissions must be returned by 31st July 2022 in order to qualify.

Please see scholarship Terms and Conditions

NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER. APPLICATION FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP CONSTITUTES ACCEPTANCE OF THESE OFFICIAL RULES. VOID OUTSIDE OF EUROPE AND WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.

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