The Economist’s GMAT Tutor Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Competition launches today. The contest aims to find one of the world’s “Brightest Minds” who plans on attending business school, and help fund his or her education.
The annual contest offers a $25,000 scholarship to an array of participating business schools. Last year’s winner, Jason Girourad scored higher than nearly 3,000 other contest entrants and wrote the best essay in a tie-breaker competition.
The contest is open to anyone considering pursuing an MBA or EMBA, all you have to do is take our GMAT simulation test online. The deadline to enter is December 13th, 2019. The winner will be announced by January 31st, 2020. The winner may apply their $25,000 scholarship towards tuition at any of the following partnering business schools:
Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam
China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)
Darden School of Business, University of Virginia
Emlyon Business School
Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration, The Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK)
Management School, University of Liverpool
Nottingham Trent University
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Schulich School of Business, York University
Vlerick Business School, Vlerick Business School
Contest entrants must qualify under the Terms & Conditions.
About The Economist GMAT Tutor (gmat.economist.com)
The Economist GMAT Tutor is an online GMAT prep course offered by The Economist Group. The online program guides students through the academic topics and test-taking skills that they will need to master the test. The program is adaptive, meaning that it uses students’ correct and incorrect answers to create tailored courses customized to their needs.
About The Economist Group (economist.com)
The Economist Group is built on high-quality, independent analysis which runs through all of its businesses. Based in London and serving a global readership and client base, the group publishes print and digital products, produces global events, and offers a range of subscription and other services for clients and readers. Its flagship businesses include The Economist newspaper, and research and analysis division The Economist Intelligence Unit.
SOURCE The Economist