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2024 MIT- Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Scholarships

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Aim and Benefits 

Tuition and Fees

24,000€ + 300€

  • Academic Fees: 15,000€
  • Other Tuition Cost: 9,300€

Financing

 

ZLC offers a financial aid program in collaboration with Ibercaja Banco S.A. for students of all nationalities. These are the main features of the loan:

  • The loan covers up to 70% of the remaining amount of the tuition fees with a 1 year grace period
  • Compatible with ZLC scholarships
  • No penalty for early repayment or cancellation

All applicants must have been previously admitted to the ZLOG Program.

Requirements 

MIT-Zaragoza African Supply Chain Masters Scholarships are awarded only to students admitted to the MIT-Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) program through ZLC‘s regular admissions procedure.

The applicants should display exceptional academic achievement and distinctive personal accomplishment in addition to an interest in pursuing a career in SCM and Logistics. Furthermore, to be eligible, candidates must comply with the following criteria:

  • African citizenship.
  • Granted admission to the MIT-Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) program.
  • Completion of a four year undergraduate program equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Professional excellence with a background or experience in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, or exceptional academic achievement.
  • Competitive GRE or GMAT score. Exceptions may be granted to individuals who have demonstrated strong professional and/or academic achievement in completing a college degree – including some quantitative training and evidence of advanced verbal and written proficiency in the English language.
  • Fluency in English, competitive IELTS or TOEFL score – exceptions may be granted to individuals who have demonstrated evidence of advanced verbal and written proficiency in the English language. Furthermore, the ability to speak French is a plus.

Interview date, Process and Venue 

Competition for the MIT-Zaragoza African Supply Chain Masters Scholarships is intense and highly competitive. The candidate will be chosen on the basis of the following criteria:

  • Preference will be given to candidates with background or work experience in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (25%)
  • Financial need (20%)
  • Academic merit as according to academic records (20%)
  • ssay explaining why the candidate should be awarded with the scholarship (to be filled out in the Application Form) (20%)
  • Demonstrated initiative and search for external funding opportunities (contacted the ZLC Financial Aid Office, individual search, other applications for scholarships and/or bank loans, etc) (10%)
  • Quality of the proposal: presentation, writing, punctuality in the application, etc. (5%) Applicants will be notified by e-mail of the outcome. The scholarship holder will receive an award letter.

Documents Required for Application

  • Application Form
  • Income Statement
  • Copy of Passport
  • Résumé
  • Acceptance Letter

Application Deadline

April 15, 2024

How to Apply

For application form, click here (word)

Please return this form, along the required scholarship documents to:

Zaragoza Logistics Center · Financial Aid Office

E-mail:  [email protected]· Phone: (+34) 976 070 148

For more details, visit ZLC website

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