Kofi Annan/HHL Leipzig Graduate School MBA scholarships for Developing Countries 2018


Students from developing countries are currently been invited to apply for the Kofi Annan/HHL Leipzig Graduate School MBA scholarships for Developing Countries 2018, hurry now and submit your applications

Type: Masters


Field: Business Administration

Institution: HHL, Kofi Annan Business School Foundation (KABSF)

Value of Award: The equality of educational opportunity is facilitated through full financial support on full tuition and fees of Euro 25,000 and a monthly stipend for living expenses throughout the respective study programs.

To Be Taken At (Country): Germany

Eligible Countries: Developing Countries

Eligibility: Students from least developed areas can be nominated for a fellowship of the Kofi Annan Business School Foundation (KABSF). As associated business school of KABSF, HHL follows United Nations definition of least developed countries. Furthermore, fellows are expected to commit to returning to their home countries or regions to contribute to the development of the local or regional economies.


How to Apply: The Kofi Annan Business School Foundation application questionnaire as shown below is an integral part of the plenary application documents. Candidates are welcome to submit complete application for full-time MSc program along with scholarship questionnaire via http://study.hhl.de. Candidates with successful admission to the HHL full-time MSc program shall be informed of scholarship decision shortly.

Application Documents

Please submit your scholarship application via e-mail to: daniel.ritchie(at)hhl.de

Application Deadline: The scholarship application deadline corresponds to the respective program application deadline. Due to limited allotment of the KABSF scholarship, we strongly encourage eligible candidates to submit the application at their earliest convenience.

Visit the Program Webpage for Details


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