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The Volvo Group Scholarship

The collaboration between Volvo Group and the School of Business, Economics and Law has resulted in a scholarship for business students from China and India.

Application period

1 November 2016 – 1 February 2017.

Scholarship coverage

• 100% of the tuition fee for a two-year Master´s programme
• Visits to Volvo Group in Gothenburg
• Close contact with a mentor at Volvo Group
• Summer job (between the first and second year)
• Cooperation in regard to the Master´s degree project

Who can apply?

The scholarship is available to citizens of the People’s Republic of China or the Republic of India who are required to pay a tuition fee for education in Sweden.

The scholarship is intended for the following Master’s programmes at the School of Business, Economics and Law:

  • Accounting and Financial Management
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • International Business and Trade
  • Logistics and Transport Management
  • Management
  • Marketing and Consumption

Selection of students

The selection of students is based on the following:
• GMAT or GRE General Test result
• Relevant experience (extracurricular activities, work experience etc.)

How to apply

Find out more information about the programmes at the website of the school of Business, Economics and Law: www.handels.gu.se/master .

Apply electronically by submitting this form

**In addition to submitting your application via the link above, you must also e-mail your CV (maximum 2 pages) to ellen.morris@gs.gu.se by 1 February 2017.**

Contact information

The Volvo Group Scholarships are administered by the University of Gothenburg. For questions, please contact ellen.morris@gs.gu.se.

 

The Volvo Group scholarship programme

Page Manager: Caroline Tengroth|Last update: 12/1/2016
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