About the event
Your chance to learn more about the School, the Skoll Scholarship, our Oxford MBA and 1+1 MBA.
Hosted by Tammy Brophy, Oxford MBA Recruitment Manager and Dr Peter Drobac, Director of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship. Current MBA student, Skoll scholar and co-founder of The Women's Bakery, Julie Greene, will be joining the event to share on her Oxford experience, as well as on her work helping women thrive and on changing communities.
This event will include a lecture on the impact of social entrepreneurship and its ability to transform unjust or unsatisfactory systems around the world and address critical social and environmental challenges. The event will also provide a detailed guidance on how to submit a strong MBA application and learn more about the dedicated African scholarships that you will be eligible for.
More than 10% of our current MBA class are from the African continent, a record for any international business school. We have achieved this by providing many scholarships for our African students as well as the provision of additional support for GMAT preparation. Our dedicated Africa electives, during the MBA, ensure that students obtain relevant insights into doing business on the continent.
The Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship awards up to five fully-funded scholarships to MBA candidates pursuing entrepreneurial solutions for social and environmental challenges.
How to register
- Due to limited capacity, we will review your registration form and then confirm your place
- To attend please complete the registration form. We will then confirm as soon as we can on whether your registration has been successful
- We will confirm the location of the event when your place is secured
Registration will open at 6:30pm and the event will finish at 9pm
For further information please contact Tammy Brophy. We hope to meet you in Kigali.