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London Business School is inviting applications for Sloan Masters Scholarships

March 8, 2016 Leave a comment

London Business School is inviting applications for Sloan Masters Scholarships. These scholarships are open to all self-funding candidates for the Sloan MSc (masters) programme.

At London Business School, they strive to have a profound impact on the way the world does business. Their communal spirit creates an environment where they support and inspire, helping people achieve their fullest potential.

London Business School is one of the world’s elite business schools. They shape business practice and transform careers across the globe. Their academic strength drives original and provocative business thinking, empowering our people to challenge conventional wisdom in a truly unique academic environment.

University accepts undergraduate degrees in any subject area, with a grade equivalent to a UK First or 2:1 / GPA 3.5 and above.

Course Level: Scholarship is open to all self-funding candidates for the Sloan MSc (masters) progarmme.

Study Subject: Scholarship is available in the field of Leadership and Strategy.

List of Subjects: Leadership and Strategy

Scholarship Award
50th Anniversary Scholarship: A scholarship awarding 100% of tuition fees for the Sloan programme.
Sloan Awards: The awards are between £5,000 and £10,000 in the form of tuition remission
Sloan MSc Women’s Scholarship: A scholarship awarding up to 50% of tuition fees for the Sloan programme.
Sloan Alumni Scholarship: Scholarship receive £20,000 in the form of tuition remission
The Monica and Navin Valrani Scholarship: Scholarship receive £20,000

Scholarship can be taken at: UK

Eligibility
50th Anniversary Scholarship: All self-funding candidates for the Sloan MSc
Sloan Awards: All successful self-funded Sloan MSc applicants who have applied for and accepted their offer before August 2016. The final decisions will be made in August 2016.
Sloan MSc Women’s Scholarship: Self-funded female candidates who have applied for the Sloan MSc programme. To be considered as a candidate, they must have submitted an application for the Sloan MSc in Leadership and Strategy. We will consider both completed candidates and those who are finalising their application.
Sloan Alumni Scholarship: All successful self-funded Sloan MSc applicants who receive an offer before August 2016 will be considered for this scholarship. The final decision will be made in August 2016.
The Monica and Navin Valrani Scholarship: Indian women. Designed to support exceptionally gifted and talented Indian women who have achieved success through their own determination, ambition and motivation and have striven to succeed in their education and career.

Nationality: International students can apply for this scholarship.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: University accepts undergraduate degrees in any subject area, with a grade equivalent to a UK First or 2:1 / GPA 3.5 and above.

Test Requirement: GMAT (range 600-800) / GRE equivalent score)-Candidates with exceptional academic performance may be considered for a waiver.

English Language Requirement: University’s TOEFL institution code is 0898. If English is not students’s native language, or if they have not been studying fully in English or living in an English-speaking country for at least two years, please submit their IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge CPE, CAE or PTE Academic score. Other tests will not be accepted.

Scholarships for International Students in UK, 2016

Supporting Material
50th Anniversary Scholarship: The 50th Anniversary’s requirements include:
-A one page CV
-Essay of not more than 500 words (please supply the word count) on an innovative solution to a worldwide issue of their choice
-Video clip of up to 5 minutes “Who am I?” demonstrating their creativity. The video should be uploaded on -You Tube and the link sent to Lorine Barrier lbarrier-at-london.edu. Make sure the view rights are set to public.
Sloan Awards: Please provide a personal statement of up to 500 words on how they intend to finance their studies. This should be sent to Lorine Barrier (lbarrier-at-london.edu). Responses should specify:
-all the sources of funding they have considered and have access to
-the extent to which they intend to rely on each of those sources
-Their reasons for the choices made and recent income history and outgoings.
Sloan MSc Women’s Scholarship: Application requirements:
-A one page CV
-A one page overview of their Personal and Professional history
-An essay of not more than 500 words (please supply the word count).
-The topic of the essay is: ‘As a female leader, please describe how they will support the future success of the Sloan MSc programme’.
Video Instructions
-They must submit a video clip of up to 5 minutes. This will help the Committee to get to know you. The topic is: “When do you feel you have had the most impact?”
-They should upload their video to You Tube and send the video directly to: Lorine Barrier lbarrier-at-london.edu.
Make sure the view rights are set to “public”.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Application Form

Application Deadline: The application deadlines are:
50th Anniversary Scholarship: 7 September 2016
Sloan Awards and Sloan Alumni Scholarship: August 2016
Sloan MSc Women’s Scholarship: 20 July 2016
Monica and Navin Valrani Scholarship: 6 May 2016

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Coca Cola Company Internship

August 31, 2015 Leave a comment

coca colaThe Collegiate Chapters Council (CCC) of the American Marketing Association announces the search for the Coca-Cola Company Global Marketing & Commercial Leadership Intern for AMA student members (only).

A minimum of 1 Internship will be available and the potential for more internships (across the Atlanta area and global system) based on demand/needs. Internships will be 10-12 weeks, from mid-May 2016 to mid-August 2016, depending on Intern’s school calendar.

Requirements: Internship applicants must be full time undergraduates with Senior status in fall semester of 2016 (May 2016 and Summer 2016 Graduates may not apply), that have achieved a GPA of 3.0/4.0, are current student members at AMA Support Center, are members of an active AMA Collegiate Chapter, and are involved in developing their marketing skills both on and off campus, including demonstrated leadership roles and a passion for marketing and global business.

Each intern will report to a Director within the Global Marketing & Commercial Leadership organization within The Coca-Cola Company.  Interns will work cross-functionally with internal specialists departments to support the advancement of various global marketing initiatives.   The intern will be responsible for the timely and successful completion of daily tasks and longer-term projects related to driving business improvements within the Company.

  • Number of Internships: Minimum of 1 and the potential for more internships (across Atlanta and global system) based on demand

  • Title: Global Marketing & Commercial Leadership Intern

  • Timeframe: 10-12 weeks, ideally Mid-May through Mid-August- dependent on intern’s school calendar

  • Pay: $600 weekly for 40 hours

  • Location: Various global offices based on need such as Atlanta (must be a US citizen), Mexico City, London, Madrid, Berlin, Singapore, Hong Kong, among other possibilities based on residency.

  • Housing & Relocation: Is at the cost and sole responsibility of the students accepting the Internship.

EXAMPLE RESPONSIBILITIES & EXAMPLE PROJECTS

Responsibilities:

  • Meeting Planning and Execution: Work with Manager and Administrative Assistants to schedule meetings and plan key meetings.  Attend key meetings and identify key messages to share with the team and workstream leads. Contribute to meetings through sharing ideas and opportunities.

  • Presentation & Analytics Development: Assist team in the creation and execution of key presentations for internal meetings. Analyze metrics/data to identify critical information and trends and deliver the key findings, suggestions and comments in a highly impactful presentation format.

  • Workstream Assistance: As assigned by your manager, work with key contacts to keep work progressing, such as: developing and maintaining project plans, tackling assigned tasks, coordinating meetings to help keep work moving forward, developing relationships to progress ideas forward into action.

  • Project Management: Work with internal and external team members to manage timelines and deliverables against a variety of marketing and business related projects.

Example Projects:

  • Responsible for the overall development of all marketing communication and supporting materials for mobile app launch.

  • Assist in coordinating and planning the large internal or external Coca-Cola Company events/key meetings.

  • Share new ideas in brainstorming session to enhance program effectiveness.

  • Work with agency leads to develop

  • Develop easy to understand metrics scorecard to highlight key metrics on a routine basis.

  • Create marketing programs and communications messages such as digital marketing assets, videos, in-store programs and experiential programs.

QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDIDATE

  • Applicants will be considered only for locations where he/she maintains citizenship.

  • Candidate must be a full time undergraduate student with senior standing in the fall semester of 2016 (ie. Seniors next fall with Dec. 2016 graduation or later. May 2016 and Summer 2016 graduates may not apply.).

  • Applicants must be current dues-paying student members of AMA Support Center and members of an active AMA collegiate chapter.

  • Extra-curricular activities, especially in leadership roles

  • A demonstrated passion for marketing and global business

  • GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale at the time of application

  • Each student will need to be a resident of the country he/she will be working in.  All applicants should clearly state his or her home country to be considered for internship.  Neither AMA nor Coca-Cola will sponsor Student Work Visas.

SELECTION OF CANDIDATES

1. Candidates who meet the previously noted qualifications are eligible to apply.

2. The final selection of the candidate(s) will be made by the Scholarship and Awards Committee of the AMA Collegiate Chapters Council with final input from designated representatives of the Coca-Cola Company.

3. To be considered complete, an application shall include the following information

– A completed online form submitted through the Wufoo submission link

– A recommendation letter (one page, maximum) from your AMA chapter Faculty Advisor

– A current transcript (If chosen as an award winner, an official transcript will be requested)

– A current resume

– A 400-700 word essay

In deciding the relative merit of applicants and final selection(s), the candidate(s) will submit a 400-700 word essay on the following topic: Describe your participation in various forms of project management activities through AMA and other venues (e.g., extra-curricular activities, internships, jobs, etc.). Demonstrate examples of planning and execution, forming and analyzing metrics, and project management in these activities. Include comments on how these experiences have prepared you to make contributions as a leader and for the Global Marketing & Commercial Leadership Intern position.

SUBMISSION PROCESS
The required materials (above) are to be uploaded to a form at Wufoo.com at the time of submitting the application. Have all of your materials ready to upload in electronic format before applying.
Incomplete submissions (without Advisor recomendation letter, for instance) will not be considered.

Go to the online form at Wufoo.com

Deadline for submission is Wednesday, December 2, 2015, Noon (Central Time).

Candidates will be sent by AMA to the Coca-Cola Company, with contact being made by early February by Coke. The AMA will not update submitting candidates with a status.

Questions?
collegiate@ama.org  or 312.542.9077

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