Coca-Cola Company's 2016 MENA Scholarship Program
The Coca-Cola Company's 2016 MENA Scholarship Program has been announced. The Coca-Cola Company & the US Department of State have partnered for the 5th consecutive year to sponsor 100 university students from 7 different countries across the Middle East, North Africa and Near Asia to attend a month-long business program at Indiana University's prestigious Kelley School of Business.
This multi-faceted, immersion scholarship program is designed to give a group of students the opportunity to learn about business education through an accelerated curriculum. The program, which begins in early July 2016, is fully funded including travel to and within the United States, accommodations, meals, and university and visa fees.
Please note that the program will take place during Ramadan and that the travel dates can’t be amended. Indiana University is well aware of Ramadan and will make accommodations for attending scholarship winners.
All you have to do is share your business idea on how to Make Tomorrow Better in your country. The 25 ideas with the most votes will automatically make it to the semi-final round. Following the semi-finals, 14 final winners will be selected and will win scholarships to attend the program at Indiana University.
Submit your ideas before the application closes on March 20, 2016.
Have Pakistani nationality and currently reside in the country
Must have a valid passport for international travel
All areas of study are eligible to apply
Zero to limited travel experience to the United States preferred
Be able to travel from July 1st to August 5th
Be currently enrolled in a university and between 18-24 years old
Be fluent in English and have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
To submit the idea or vote for an idea, please use the link: https://scholarship.coca-cola.com/pk
I am receiving emails from IBA students who have participated in this program and need your vote support! We shall be promoting the same via our facebook page (IBAIRC).
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