THE UKRAINE OFFICE of Baker Tilly is to collaborate with the London School of Business & Finance on a joint scholarship programme.
Scholarships will be awarded to the most talented Ukrainian students to study at the school, covering 50% of their costs.
The programme is open for applications to a range of the postgraduate degrees offered at LSBF, including Lincoln MBA, Lincoln Masters in International Business, Lincoln Masters in Marketing, GGSB MBA, Masters in International Business and MSc Finance.
Elena Kaverina, regional director CIS at LSBF, said: “Our partnership and joint scholarship programme with Baker Tilly Ukraine is another effort that LSBF takes in order to provide access to global education.
“We offer industry-relevant academic and professional learning, combined with strong career development opportunities and we are proud of our intention to create further opportunities for students in such programmes worldwide.”
Students wishing to apply for the course should contact the school by 1 September 2014.
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