We are currently accepting new applications for Sainsbury Management Fellowships, the application deadline is Monday 6 June 2016 at 4pm.
The Sainsbury Management Fellowship scheme, funded by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, enables engineers of high career potential to undertake full time MBA courses at major international business schools. Since 1987, the scheme has supported more than 300 engineers.
The overall objective of the scheme is to improve the economic performance of UK engineering, manufacturing and construction businesses by providing a resource of highly-motivated engineers who have complemented their technical qualifications and skills with a first-class business education in an international environment.
A Sainsbury Management Fellowship is a prestigious award; it is expected that award holders will go on to become senior managers and leaders in UK industry and make a major contribution to the economic prosperity of the nation.
Nature of the award
Each Fellowship has a financial value of £30,000 to cover tuition fee. Fellowships are tenable for full time MBA study at the following eligible business schools:
In North America:
Harvard Business School
Sloan School of Management - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stanford University – Graduate School of Business
Wharton - University of Pennsylvania
Columbia Business School
Kellogg School of Management – NorthWestern University
Booth School of Business - The University of Chicago
INSEAD - France and Singapore
London Business School - UK
Rotterdam School of Management - Erasmus University, Netherlands
IESE Business School – University of Navarra, Spain
SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy
HEC in France
The scheme does not support the study of part-time, distance learning or executive MBA courses.
SMF Award Funding Pledge
On acceptance of a Sainsbury Management Fellowship, SMFs are expected to pledge their support to the work of the SMFs. You can view the SMF Pledge here:
SMF pledge for recent graduates (70.87 KB)