Tsinghua University PBC School of Finance Summer Program Scholarship
We are very pleased to announce that Tsinghua University, PBCSF have awarded the ICMA Centre 3 scholarships for students to join their Summer Programme from June 30 to July 11, 2014 in Beijing. The Scholarship covers the full programme fee, room and board (on campus), courses, materials, events and related domestic transportation. Recipients will have to cover airfare and other expenses.
The scholarship is a fantastic opportunity, open to all current ICMA Centre students or students studying at the ICMA Centre as part of their degree programme. For more information please visit the Tsinghua University PBC School of Finance Summer Program website.
In order to be considered for this scholarship please send a video titled 'Why me?’, of no more than 5 minutes in length, detailing why you should be chosen for this opportunity, by 9am Friday 28th March. Three winners will be chosen by academic staff from those submitted.
The video can be in all files and formats. Videos must be submitted by either emailing a Dropbox link to email@example.com or by bringing a USB stick to the ICMA Centre Front office. Please title the subject of the email "Tsinghua University Summer Program", and include your name, student number and course in the email.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Published||17 March 2014|
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