Scholarships

We award scholarships on a merit basis – looking at both academic excellence and personal and professional achievements.

  • Female Leadership:
    For women who are looking to become the business leaders of the future.
     
  • Diversity Scholarship:
    Designed to support students from diverse backgrounds who have a global mind-set and cultural awareness.
     
  • Academic Scholarship:
    For candidates with a strong academic record – and a GMAT score over 680 or a GRE scaled score of 160 or more for the verbal part and 162 or more for the quantitative part.
     
  • Future Leader Scholarship:
    For candidates who demonstrate exceptional leadership potential.
     
  • Entrepreneurship Scholarship:
    For candidates who demonstrate a strong track record of entrepreneurship or potential to launch their own business post-MBA.
     
  • MBA Event Scholarship:
    For candidates who have met one of our representatives face-to-face at regional MBA events.
     
  • Regional scholarships:
    We offer these to candidates from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and the Middle East who want to continue to work in their region after they get their MBA.
     
  • Sector-specific scholarships:
    If you want to grow your career in one of our key research areas – healthcare, retail and consumer goods, financial services or energy – you can apply for a sector-specific scholarship.
     
  • The Dirk Kuijper Endowment Fund:
    We use this fund to promote the international elements of our MBA programme.
     
  • EU Indian Scholarship:
    If you’re a permanent resident in India with a GMAT score of at least 650 or with a GRE scaled score of 157 or more for the verbal part and 159 or more for the quantitative part, you can apply for a scholarship towards your full-time MBA studies.

How to apply?

If you’d like to apply for a Vlerick scholarship, you need to write an essay as part of your online application form.

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