The scholarships will be applicable to graduate and postgraduate courses at any of Hult’s campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai or Shanghai and represent the company’s first collaboration in Spain.
“We’ve seen a growing number of quality Spanish applicants coming to our programme over the last few years,” Heather Mancini director of European recruiting at Hult told The PIE News. “We’re looking to form partnerships with local organisations to help provide opportunities to candidates in order to advance their careers.”
Funds are available to cover from 10% to 50% of courses, ranging from MBAs to bachelor and master’s courses in varying business subjects. Vice president of Hult, Fernando Mora, said that Hult’s programs offer students a quick return on their investment.
“Hult allows students to obtain an American accredited degree that, compared with other traditional two year programmes, implies a lower cost,” he said.
“[It] makes it possible for students to have the same work opportunities at the most important companies in the world.”
Funds are available to cover from 10% to 50% of courses
As part of its social responsibility Bancaja runs various education programmes for young entrepreneurs. “That’s why we’ve partnered with them as we are a school that focuses on advancement of social changes, entrepreneurship and international outlook,” said Mancini.
Hult has been ranked 29th best business school by the Economist and was ranked first for international experience in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2012. Its students hail from more than 120 nations and speak 105 languages.