October 13th 2015, Dubai, UAE – In partnership with multinational deal facilitation company Naseba, Synergy University is announcing its “Leadership through education” scholarship competition. The competition will provide two female graduates with the opportunity to further their education with an MBA at Synergy University. The winners will receive a full scholarship worth $22,000 to attend the internationally accredit program.
Synergy University is Russia’s leading private university, offering innovative higher education to over 35,000 registered students on campuses located worldwide, including Russia, the UK, Singapore and the UAE. The university is a member of the International Association of Universities, and its MA and MBA programs are accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) in the UK.
Naseba is a business facilitation company that organizes several international platforms like the Global WIL Economic Forum, one of the region’s most prominent global economic platforms. The event brings together corporate leaders, thought leaders and change-makers who are devoted to gender parity in the workplace and beyond. WIL’s partners and sponsors include major organizations like PepsiCo and Unilever. The event will feature a long list of distinguished speakers, such as His Excellency Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori, the UAE’s Minister of Economy.
Synergy University has created the scholarship program in an attempt to encourage future female leaders to enhance their knowledge and education through the MBA program.
The competition aims to recognize two exceptional women, in two specific categories:
1. Woman of Action: this woman will have achieved a personal dream or goal by overcoming complicated and challenging issues in her life. She is the kind of person who inspires women by her example; she is a fighter and an activist, and will no doubt use her education to further her chosen cause.
2. Women of Influence: this woman demonstrates exceptional leadership qualities, influences the people around her easily, has proven success in leadership roles and would use her education to help create a better future society.
The competition is open to female contestants who hold an internationally recognized Bachelor’s degree, have at least 2 years of work experience, and are fluent in the English language (as proven by a passing score on the IELTS, TOEFL, or PTE).
Contestants are invited to submit their applications on the scholarship competition’s website: www.wilforum.com/leadershipthrougheducation
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