SevenUp Bottling Company Harvard Business School Fully Funded Scholarships for Nigerians
Launched in January 2011, the scholarship program is SevenUp Bottling Company‘s way of contributing towards building a greener future for Nigeria. Each year, a deserving Nigerian youth, resident within the country, will be selected and given the privilege of the best quality education at the Harvard Business School.
- The scholarship covers tuition, housing, a ticket to the United States to begin the MBA program. And a ticket back from the United States at the end of the MBA program.
- There is no minimum mandatory GMAT score for acceptance and admission is for applicants who have a wide range of scores. However, recent class statistics may be useful as a guide.
- The incoming class of 2014 has a GMAT score range 570-790 and a median score of 730.
- The MBA program is designed for students who have work experience.
- This way, students can both gain more from and contribute more to the program and to their fellow students’ learning experiences. HBS also encourages students approaching their final year in university to apply.
- If accepted, they will be offered a deferred admission. And would be expected to complete 2 years of work experience.
Letter of Recommendation:
- HBS requires three letter of recommendation.
- The admissions team suggests that two of these should come from professional references.
- At least one professional reference should come from a current of recent manager or supervisor.
- A good recommendation letter would answer the questions, respect the word limits and give specific examples as they relate to the applicant.
How to Apply
- For more information and scholarship application details, see; application details, see; SevenUp Botling Company Harvard Business School Fully Funded Scholarships for Nigerians
It is important to note that the Harvard Business School MBA application process is separate. Seven-Up only assesses candidates after they are successful in navigating the entire HBS MBA application process on their own.