L’Oréal subsidises MBA studies, with no strings

Published: 8-Sep-2011

Up to 50% of full time courses paid

French cosmetics giant L’Oréal is offering scholarships subsidising up to 50% of fees for full time MBA courses at the well regarded Vlerick Leuven Ghent Management School, Belgium. However, unlike many such corporate grants, students do not owe work or studies to L’Oréal after graduation.

However, the company has close links with Vlerick and is “committed to helping the search for future international business talent,” said a L’Oréal spokesman. Scholarships would go to students entering Vlerick through standard admissions procedures, being awarded to candidates with merit and need.

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