- Five scholarships to be granted for an MBA program and the same number for an Executive MBA program, all 90% financed.
- Applications will be accepted until February 8, 2019, at the website: http://calafoundation.org/scholarshipsenero2019/
MIAMI, Jan. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The Ismael Cala Foundation (ICF) and Westfield Business School (WBS), united in the common goal of developing young people’s potential, are offering ten new scholarships for young Hispanics living in Florida in the U.S.
On this occasion, five scholarships will be granted to enroll in an MBA program, and the same number for an Executive MBA program, all 90% financed.
Applications will be accepted until February 8, 2019, at the website: http://calafoundation.org/scholarshipsenero2019/. Candidates will be required to solve a business case.
Up until now, the alliance between the ICF and WBS has sponsored three contests, through which 30 scholarships for MBA and Executive MBA programs have been awarded to Hispanics from Florida and young people in Latin America.
The Ismael Cala Foundation is investing in developing the emotional and educational leadership of children, adolescents and young people who are at risk from Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic population. To accomplish its mission, the ICF has created a variety of programs, among them, a Scholarship Award program in alliance with educational institutions, companies and other social development organizations, to promote young people’s education and training.
For its part, Westfield Business School is positioning itself as a Global Business School that offers MBA and EMBA programs completely in Spanish, on a partial attendance basis. WBS connects its students and graduates with the world through strategic alliances with the Munich Business School, Alcalá Global School, Ivey Business School at Western University, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and Madrid Polytechnic University. Moreover, WBS is deeply committed to transforming the lives of its students for the better.
SOURCE Cala Enterprises