Scholarships to study on DMU's new 'business courses for the 21st century'
Leicester Castle Business School is introducing a portfolio of exciting new courses designed to give students the skills needed to succeed in the 21st century.
Two new undergraduate and four postgraduate De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) degrees are aimed at ambitious, high-calibre students from around the world.
Leicester Castle business students will experience high levels of support and preparation for careers, challenging them to become shapers and leaders in global business.
Students on these six courses will be exposed to the latest technology and new ideas, learning from leading academics and business figures, giving them an edge in the international jobs market - and top applicants can benefit from scholarships worth £4,000.
Dr Dana Brown, principal of Leicester Castle Business School, said: "These new courses are designed for highly ambitious students who are looking to gain the knowledge and skills to succeed in the 21st century global business environment.
"We understand that to be successful today, students have to learn how to learn, to use information wisely, reach decisions, communicate, negotiate, and work in global, team-based environments.
"The courses prepare students in this way, employing the very best and unique learning tools, high levels of support and mentoring and ample opportunities to engage with business leaders and gain hands-on experience.
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"The Principal's Scholarships will be offered to top applicants for Leicester Castle Business School. We are looking for students with a background of outstanding achievement and who have demonstrated potential for organisational leadership or entrepreneurship."
The six courses launching in September are:
There is also January entry for the master's options, which include one-to-one leadership mentoring to prepare students for a career in their chosen sector.
The courses will be based within the Great Hall of Leicester Castle when the current £4.2 million refurbishment programme is complete. This historic Grade II-listed building is being restored to its former glory to become the business school's headquarters.
For eligibility and full terms and conditions of the scholarships, click here.
Posted on: Friday 06 May 2016