The Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance Scholar Program is a full-educational cost in addition to charges grant for Africa’s entrepreneurial pioneers wishing to seek after a two year MBA at the Yale School of Management beginning in September 2017.
Application Deadline: 30th December, 2016
Offered every year? Yes
Qualified Countries: African nations
To be taken at (nation): Yale University, USA
About the Award:
Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance is a stage for profoundly instructed youthful African social, business and political business people, going to driving colleges in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. Our central goal is to catch, advise and connect with Africa’s worldwide scholarly capital in the advancement of Africa.
Sort: A MBA for Africa’s Entrepreneurial Leaders
Conceived in Africa and current identification holders of an African nation
Displayed entrepreneurial administration in their field of intrigue
At least two years of work understanding
Hold a four-year college education or its proportionate
Competitors must mastermind to have official college transcripts, letters of suggestion and state administered test scores land at Yale School of Management by the proper application due date
Number of Awardees: Not determined
Estimation of Scholarship:
Full Tuition Plus Fees.
Access to Harambeans, coaches, Angel and VC stores, professional bono legitimate administrations, cooperations and corporate temporary positions – Invitation to Harambe Bretton Woods Symposium and personal sessions with persuasive private and open area pioneers the world over.
Term of Scholarship: Two Year MBA Program
Step by step instructions to Apply:
Competitors must apply and be admitted to both Harambe and Yale School of Management
Applicants must finish online HEA Application by December 30, 2016 www.healliance.org/join
Hopefuls must finish online Yale School of Management Application by January 10, 2017 admissions.som.yale.edu/apply/
Grant beneficiary will get notice by March 31, 2017
Visit Scholarship Webpage for points of interest
Grant Provider: Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance