MBA Scholarships from INSEAD and Syngenta for Leaders from Developing Nations


France is a popular choice for international students looking to study abroad. It is not always inexpensive to live and study in France, though.

While the average annual tuition at public universities is between €200 and €600, it can be as high as €10,000 at private institutions.

The average cost of living is €10,000 per year. For overseas students, there are thankfully various French scholarships available. 



Masters degree (MS)

Dateline: 4 January 8 April 3 June 2019

Study in Singapore or France

beginning in July/December 2020

MBA Scholarship from INSEAD and Sygenta

Syngenta, the largest agribusiness in the world, is committed to developing sustainable agriculture via state-of-the-art research and technology. The company ranks third for premium commercial seeds and is a global leader in crop protection.

Syngenta supports INSEAD's mission to prepare the best and brightest from all over the world for the challenges of the business world of the future because they truly believe that talented employees are the cornerstone of successful enterprises. Syngenta has chosen to offer this scholarship opportunity to up-and-coming leaders from these nations as a result of its strong commitment to the developing emerging market regions. 

MBA Scholarships from Nelson Mandela for Africans

The INSEAD MBA Class of '75 established the INSEAD Nelson Mandela Endowment Scholarships at their 30th reunion to commemorate President Nelson Mandela of South Africa's life and legacy. One or more African students will get continued financial support from these scholarships each year at INSEAD.

Institution(s) hosting:


subject of study:

Business administration master's degree (MBA)

Amount of Awards:

both or any

target audience:

The scholarships are only available to citizens of sub-Saharan African nations.

Scholarship worth and components:

Up to €20,000 

Candidates for the Nelson Mandela Endowed Scholarship must be nationals of a sub-Saharan African nation, have spent the most of their lives there, and have had a sizable portion of their prior education there.

Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate a need for financial assistance.

Candidates must exhibit the following qualities via their pursuits, extracurricular activities, and accomplishments to be considered for this scholarship:

a) exceptional academic promise and success;

(b) a natural aptitude for handling money and commercial affairs;

(c) a high possibility of working primarily in Africa during their lifetimes; and

(d) a steadfast dedication to the goals of public interest, intercultural understanding, and African development. 

INSEAD will give preference to South African applicants when awarding scholarships.

Application Guidelines:

Completely submit your application, together with the required essay, before the due date. The application dates for the December 2019 intake are May 7 and June 25, 2018.

MBA Scholarships from INSEAD and Syngenta for Leaders from Developing Nations

Visit the official website for further instructions on how to apply for this scholarship (link provided below).

Website: schl info.cfm?schlcode=AFR02 is the official scholarship website.

Post a Comment