Leo Murray Entrepreneurship Scholarship
Entrepreneurship is celebrated at Cranfield School of Management and we are proud of the number of incredibly successful entrepreneurs who are Cranfield MBA alumni. We have a thriving entrepreneurial community, which includes some very well-known names, not least two dragons (from Dragons’ Den!). This scholarship was set up to recognise our future potential entrepreneurial stars who have an ambition to realise their business idea either during, or following, the MBA.
Value: Up to £14,000 towards the tuition fees (up to 36%).
Professional Athlete Scholarship
There are many leadership lessons that can be learnt from the world of sport, with experience at a professional level applicable to the business world. Athletes demonstrate leadership, dedication and focus, qualities which we believe make an invaluable contribution to our MBA cohort. This scholarship was set up to recognise the strong link between athletes and business, and to help candidates make the step from sport into achieving business dreams.
Value: Up to £18,000 towards the tuition fees (up to 46%).
Relithan (Technology) Scholarship
The Relithan Scholarship will be awarded to outstanding individuals who will use their Cranfield experience to pursue a productive executive role in a business which creates value in the development and delivery of technology. Preference will be given to individuals whose career track record reflects the highest standards of responsible and ethical business practice and suggests that their future career intentions will lead to demonstrably enhancing the lives of others.
The Jacqueline “JJ” Jackson Scholarship
This scholarship was set up to honour MBA alumna Jacqueline “JJ” Jackson, and her desire to pass on her passion for business, her courage to set new paths and explore new business opportunities and her indomitable spirit.
Value: £5,000 towards the tuition fees (13%).
The Spotcap Fintech Fellowship
The Spotcap Fintech Fellowship is for UK students pursuing a postgraduate degree in study related to financial technology.
Bursary recipients should note that these are also intended to mitigate against any changes in teaching pattern or delivery mode that may arise due to unforeseen circumstances.