For people who aspire to levels of higher education, preferably pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), acquiring funds can be quite a daunting task.
The School of Business of University of California, Riverside lightens this burden. The School of Business is committed to diversity and inclusion providing access to higher education to students across the globe.
The University of California has an MBA scholarship initiative, which provides support and fosters success to Africa’s future leaders.
This initiative is launched via Joy FM on the “MBA Scholarship Competition Show”.
The Show will have Riverside officials pre-selected applicants from Ghana competing to obtain a full tuition scholarship from the University of California, Riverside.
The applicants must have obtained a minimum 3.5 GPA and GMAT score of 720 or above to be considered. The Show would feature elimination rounds leading to the eventual winner being announced.
This year’s show will run from April 5 to May 31 and will air on Fridays from 3:15 pm to 3:30 pm. It will commence with a pre-competition show after which the elimination rounds will follow.
Guests from the U.S Embassy, EducationUSA, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) and the Director of Recruitment from the University of California, Riverside will be hosted on the show to address all relevant issues.
Audience will also be given the opportunity to call in to ask questions.
For more information regarding how to apply for the MBA Scholarship Competition show, visit www.tkcafrica.com or contact organisers on email@example.com.
The MBA Scholarship Competition radio show is made possible by University of California, Riverside, TKC Africa and media partner JoyFM.
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