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Winners of 2021 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship at the London School of Economics


Published 24 August 2021

Congratulations to our scholars for being awarded the 2021 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarships for LSE Executive Global Master’s in Management.

Kiara Alves Walters (Britain) and Catalina Troncosco Rojas (Chile) join the Hinrich Foundation family as 2021 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship recipients for LSE Executive Global Master’s in Management (EGMiM). The scholarship is awarded to up-and-coming executives and talented professionals passionate about advancing global trade while still balancing economy, society and environment.

Read Kiara's full profile

Kiara Alves Walters (Portuguese - British)

Hinrich Global Trade Leader

LSE Executive Global Master’s in Management, Class of 2023

 

“The Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship will enable me to promote sustainable global trade within the global fashion sector and support with leading the way to a more sustainable future.”

 

 

Read Catalina's full profile

Catalina Troncosco Rojas (Chile)

Hinrich Global Trade Leader

LSE Executive Global Master’s in Management, Class of 2023

 

“Hinrich Foundation has given me the opportunity to become a worldwide leader, connecting Latin America with Asia to keep on transforming the B2B transactions into a more global, sustainable and equitable manner.”

 

Hinrich Foundation Program Director, Alex Boome, said: “These scholarships provide motivated professionals who have a passion for global trade with a world-class educational opportunity to challenge themselves and take their skills and management expertise to the next level. We congratulate Catalina and Kiara and welcome them to our growing community of global trade leaders.”

About LSE Executive Global Master’s in Management

The LSE is a world-renowned university that has been at the forefront of academic enquiry and intellectual debate on business and management issues throughout its prestigious history. It is ranked No. 2 in the world for social sciences and management.

The school equips students with the intellectual tools to analyze and evaluate complex challenges, empowering them with the vision to drive positive change in society, and ultimately, to build a better world.

The LSE Executive Global Master’s in Management is a 17-month part-time program designed for outstanding working professionals to provide them a unique combination of intellectual skills, access to networks, and practical abilities to achieve outstanding career success in management and leadership on a global scale.

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