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Hinrich Foundation offers two scholarships annually for the London School of Economics Executive Global Master’s in Management


Published 02 February 2021 | 2 minute read

The scholarships will help advance sustainable global trade by supporting students passionate about trade careers in Asia

SINGAPORE, 2 Feb 2020 – The Hinrich Foundation is offering the first-ever scholarships for the Executive Global Master’s in Management program at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Two Hinrich Foundation Global Trade Leader Scholarships valued at $28,000 each are available annually to executives who are focused on trade careers in Asia.

“Mutually beneficial international trade plays a powerful role in driving economic growth.” said Alex Boome, Program Director of the Hinrich Foundation. “In order for trade to be sustainable, it must balance the environmental and societal imperatives with economic benefits. The COVID-19 pandemic represents unprecedented disruption to the global economy and world trade and calls for next-generation thinking to develop sustainable solutions.

Our scholarships will help graduates of LSE’s Executive Global Master’s in Management to receive world-class training in leadership and management to build the foundation to advance sustainable trade practices today and well into the future.
Alex Boome - Program Director of the Hinrich Foundation
The Hinrich Foundation’s scholarships are a first for the Executive Global Master’s in Management programs’ ten-year history. In addition to providing financial support, graduates will benefit from being a part of the Hinrich Foundation’s alumni network to further advance career development through networking opportunities.
Becky Coggins - LSE’s Executive Programmes Business Development Manager

Candidates with a minimum of five years’ full-time work experience and a strong interest in working in global trade in Asia upon graduation may find details for academic year 2021 at https://www.hinrichfoundation.com/education/scholarships/lse-egmm/.

About the Hinrich Foundation

The Hinrich Foundation is a unique Asia-based philanthropic organization that works to advance mutually beneficial and sustainable global trade. The foundation supports original research and education programs that build understanding and leadership in global trade. Its team of global trade experts and practitioners apply their deep knowledge and experience in trade, economics, policymaking and education to deliver the Foundation’s programs. The Foundation is building a network of next-generation trade leaders by partnering with universities and corporations across global value chains.

About the London School of Economics and Political Science

The Department of Management in the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is a world-class centre for research and education in business and management based in the heart of central London. The Department of Management is part of one of the world’s most prestigious social science institutions, offering a uniquely rigorous, academic approach to management theory.

LSE is an institution that challenges students to think critically about how businesses operate within society and the socio-economic and geo-political forces that impact them. The School’s teaching equips students with the intellectual tools to analyse and evaluate complex challenges so that when students graduate, they emerge with the vision to drive positive change in society, and ultimately, to build a better world.

Media contacts

Hinrich Foundation

Theresa Fonseca
Head of Marketing and Communications
Tel: +65 6982 6816
theresa.fonseca@hinrichfoundation.com

LSE

Dina Dajani
Head of Marketing, Analytics and Communications, Department of Management
d.dajani@lse.ac.uk

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