The Berlin School of Creative Leadership is announcing Berlin School of CreativeLeadership-DLD ExecutiveMBA ScholarshipinGermany, 2018; a new scholarship opportunity in partnership with digital innovation conference, DLD.
Executive MBA is aimed at those who are already in a leadership position or designated for one, it’s designed to fit your schedule rather than the other way around. The modular structure is flexible, so you can keep your job and complete the degree at your own pace.
The Berlin School of CreativeLeadershipis the world’s first educational institute and think-tank dedicated solely to leadership for the creative industries including media, advertising, marketing, design, journalism, digital, and gaming.
Scholarships are to study MBA in the Creative Leadership program. This scholarship is only available for applicants in leadership positions.
The scholarship winner will receive €23,000 in tuition support for the Berlin School Executive MBA in Creative Leadership program starting September 9th, 2018, in Berlin, Germany, which will be towards the tuition costs of the program.
To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:
Accomplished senior executives in digital, technology, media, advertising, and entertainment or a similar field with a strong professional background, creative mindset, and track record of creative and/or business excellence.
Applicants whose first language is not English are to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level by the University.
31st May 2018
You can apply for a scholarship at the Berlin School‘s online application portal. There is no fee to apply. You will need to submit:
Response to the following DLD scholarship essay question:
“Reconquer” is DLD’s call to action and theme for 2018 – Businesses and consumers today find themselves at the edge of a new era of machine-learning. As in the past, the most effective leaders and businesses will be those who reconquer these far-reaching changes.
How do you think creative business leadership can both harness these new technological forces and liberate human-driven innovation for the benefit of future markets and societies? Please provide examples to support your thoughts.