2018-2019 academic year part-scholarship
Students starting an MBA in the 2018-2019 academic year may be eligible for an Executive Scholarship of up to £6,000 towards the tuition fees. To learn more, please contact our Admissions team.
Applying for the Executive Scholarship
Scholarship applications are assessed on a merit basis. You will be asked to write a 500-word statement in support of your scholarship application and we will be looking for evidence of:
- Academic ability
- Professional experience and career progression
- Ideas on sustainable and entrepreneurial business
- Your ability to communicate experience and ideas
- Your plan to utilise the University of Essex MBA experience after the course
To be considered for the Executive Scholarship, please contact our Admissions Team.
Scholarships for international students
If you are an international student living outside the UK and EU, you may be eligible for a 10% part-scholarship towards the total tuition fees for our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Scholarship applications are assessed on a merit basis and will take into consideration previous qualifications and level of work experience.
You will be asked to write a statement of around 500 words in support of your scholarship application including details of previous qualifications, work experience, why you want to study a University of Essex Online course and how a scholarship could help you. To be considered for a scholarship, please contact our Admissions Team.
Please note that the up-front payment discount can be used in combination with the Alumni discount or international/Executive Scholarships. The Alumni discount cannot be used in combination with the international/Executive Scholarships.
ELCAS funding for members of the Armed Forces
We are an approved provider for the Ministry of Defence Enhanced Learning Credit Scheme (ELCAS). If you are a current or former member of the UK armed forces then you may qualify for this assistance. If you are considering, or have gained ELCAS funding, please mention this to our Admissions Team when you make your application. Learn more about studying while working in the military.
Public Health funding
If you are based in the UK, you may also be able to access funding from external sources to contribute towards your tuition fees. This Health Careers website contains some resources you can look into.
If you are not based in the UK, Public Health Organisations in your home country may be able to offer support or direct you to sources of funding opportunities. To learn more, visit the Public Health and World Bank sites.