Accepting application for the Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarships 2024!
The Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarships are supported by Eni, a global provider of integrated energy. For Eni, Africa is the past, present, and future due to its significant presence on the continent, which provides more than half of the company’s output of natural gas and crude oil. Eni has a lengthy history of funding academic initiatives. Eni collaborates with the most esteemed national and international universities, such as Oxford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and top Italian universities, to strengthen the company’s knowledge in its business areas.
With the help from Eni, an African MBA scholarship that is fully endowed will be established and available to students attending the university from all around Africa. Students from Africa get the financial support through scholarship to complete their MBA from Saïd Business School (Oxford Saïd or SBS) is the business school of the University of Oxford.
The University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, also known as Oxford Saïd or SBS, is its business school. Following a bequest by Wafic Saïd, the Oxford School of Management Studies was renamed as Saïd Business School in 1996. The institution offers management education and is frequently named among the best business schools in the world. Saïd Business School is the University of Oxford’s department for graduate students in business, management and finance.
There are two scholarships available. African MBA candidates with great aspirations and potential who can improve the continent’s leadership and governance are the selection criteria. Scholarships are given out based on scholastic achievement as evidenced by GMAT or GRE scores, degree results, prior university honours and awards, and other academic accomplishments.
There is no fixed application deadline for these scholarships. All eligible offer-holders will be considered after each MBA admissions deadline however, we cannot guarantee the availability of the scholarships in our later application stage.
- Course fees,
- A grant for living costs, and
- One return air fare.
- Oxford MBA students who are of ordinarily resident in one of the African countries in which Eni operates: Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Libya, Morocco, Mozambique, Congo-Brazzaville, Tunisia and Rwanda.
- No additional application is needed. The details you supply in your MBA application form will be used.
- A complete MBA application must be submitted by the deadline.