Hanken’s first students from the GBSN network selected

Hanken’s first students from the GBSN network selected

Hanken School of Economics is extending two premium scholarships to students studying at or alumni of Global Business School Network (GBSN) member schools from developing countries who are accepted into Hanken’s 2-year Master’s degree programme.

The application process is now finished, and two students from the Institute of Business Administration, Karachi have been awarded scholarships to Hanken’s Master’s degree programme. These GBSN scholars will receive the Hanken Premium Scholarship, which covers full tuition fee for two years and 8000 EUR/year for living expenses.

“We are delighted to welcome the first GBSN scholarship holders to Hanken in August when their 2-year studies will start,” said Maj-Britt Hedvall, Director of International Affairs and Corporate Connections at Hanken. “We will continue to offer scholarships to students and alumni of GBSN members schools from developing countries.”

Hanken School of Economics joined GBSN in 2018 with a commitment to structure and expand its cooperation with and its activities in the developing world. GBSN is a leading network of over 70 top business schools working to strengthen management education for the developing world.