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Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarships awarded for international business study


Published 05 October 2021

Congratulations to our new Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholars who are at the University of Auckland Master of International Business program.

Xiaohang Zhou (China) and Shweta Rajput (India) join the Hinrich Foundation family as 2021 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship recipients for the University of Auckland (UoA) Master of International Business  program. The Foundation awards the scholarship to talented young professionals passionate about advancing sustainable and mutually beneficial global trade. 

Read Xiaohang's full profile

Xiaohang (Skyler) Zhou (China)

Hinrich Global Trade Leader

UoA Master of International Business, Class of 2022

 

“The recognition and generous financial support from the Hinrich Foundation Scholarship has encouraged me to take responsibility, learn, share, and contribute to a more sustainable and equitable future as a global trade leader.”

 

Read Shweta's full profile

Shweta Rajput (India)

Hinrich Global Trade Leader

UoA Master of International Business, Class of 2022

 

“The Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship has empowered me on the path of boosting sustainable global trade to usher in social, economic and environmental harmony.”

 

“Skyler and Shweta bring valuable experience to the Hinrich Foundation scholar and alumni family, in cross border trade and renewable energy, respectively,” said Alex Boome, Hinrich Foundation Program Director. “They join our growing community of trade professionals of more than 20 nationalities working across global trade value chains worldwide.”

About University of Auckland Master of International Business

The Master of International Business from University of Auckland is a coursework master’s degree designed for graduates who are looking for international career opportunities, that prepares you with the knowledge, practical skills and networks for business roles to engage in the rapidly changing global marketplace.

Established in 1883, the University of Auckland now is New Zealand's leading, research-led university, committed to pursuing sustainability via research, teaching and learning, operating practices, partnerships, and capacity building.

Today, the University of Auckland is the largest university in the country by enrolment, hosting about 40,000 students on five Auckland campuses. It has the most comprehensive range of courses and offers more than 30 undergraduate programs from certificate to bachelor level across 125 different subjects.

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