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Life Science MBA Scholarship Competition At University Of St.Gallen, Switzerland

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The University of St.Gallen in Switzerland is offering scholarship opportunities to International students who wants to pursue part-time MBA and Full-time MBA programme at the Institution.

This scholarship program is worth CHF 15,000 and it will be provided to successful applicants.

Eligible Countries: International

Eligible Field Of Study: Business administration

Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship program, applicants must:

  • be International students
  • have completed their bachelors degree program at any recognized Institution.
  • have several years of work experience in life science or related field.
  • be fluent in English Language

How To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a condensed paper of maximum two pages + submit a 5-6 minute video elaborating on the assessment. The candidate can choose one of the following two questions:

  • Identify and give reasons for current business models/processes that are most at risk, in light of disruption and digitization in the life science industry today.
  • Identify and explain two or three strategic business transformations that would need to be implemented to increase innovation capabilities in the life science industry today.

The paper and video should be sent to [email protected] with the subject line: “Life Science Scholarship Competition”.

Application Deadline: The Application Deadline is June 4, 2017.

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1 thought on “Life Science MBA Scholarship Competition At University Of St.Gallen, Switzerland”

  1. ochan mark oyet

    I am ochan mark Oyet completed Diploma in primary eduction did math and physical education and wish to continue with the career. I am south Sudanese. Age 34.

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