At Imperial College Business School we're proud to be a global organisation with students joining our programmes from all over the world. Wanting to further encourage representation of students from black and mixed black backgrounds in our student cohorts, we are offering a Black Future Leaders Scholarship to the value of 50% of tuition fees across all Masters' and MBA programmes.
The scholarship is available to students from black or mixed black backgrounds from all regions, who can demonstrate their leadership potential and want to make a positive contribution to the Imperial community.
To apply for this scholarship you will need to submit an application to one of our programmes. A video assessment is required for this scholarship. Further details will be communicated once you have received an offer for the programme.
You will need to submit an application for one of the following programmes by 1 February 2023 to be eligible for this scholarship:
Submit an application for one of our MBA programmes by the following dates to be eligible for this scholarship:
MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management
“The most rewarding part for me is the richness of the content taught in class and the diversity of the cohort. Every lecturer and student brings in a new perspective to the table. In less than seven months, I have had the opportunity to work with about 20 people from different backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, and mindsets. I discovered new things about myself in this environment.”
“I decided to study an MBA to gain global business expertise, strengthen my competency in finance and be at the forefront of innovation; and these were very clear components of the Imperial College Business School Full-Time MBA programme. This made it an easy choice for me, aside from the appeal of living in London.”
MSc Economics & Strategy for Business
“The internal joy of receiving a scholarship and feeling of honour is amazing. It is also a motivating factor for me, as any time I remember that I was selected among a pool of many applicants, I am driven to give my very best on the programme and in the Imperial community more generally.
2020 was a really tough year for many – economically, mentally and physically, and the scholarship award really helped me financially by reducing my overall programme fees.”