The Fondation Rainbow Bridge program is giving life-changing chances to women from Asian or African countries affected by natural disasters such as typhoon, tsunami, earthquake, drought, or famine to make a remarkable leap. Recognizing the inherent difficulty of women exposed to these natural disasters’ hazards, the program strive to continually provide hope by giving chance for an educational attainment on which these fighting women will build their foundation towards the brighter future. The Fondation Rainbow Bridge Program is offered by HEC Paris.
The grantee of this scholarship will have the chance to earn a HEC Masters in Business Administration (MBA).
It is required that the female candidate has been admitted to the HEC Paris MBA Full-Time Program. That is the first basic requirement. The second basic requirement is that the applicant should come from an Asian or African country that is affected by a natural disaster. Selection for the program are more on the character profile of the applicant. The female applicant should demonstrate leadership skills on these advocacies: community work, charity engagement, and sustainable development practices.
The applicant should write a 1,500 words essay convincing the grantor of the scholarship program on why she should be the one. This is when the perfect time that the applicant highlights her character strength and commitment to advocacies relevant to the values and essence of the program. It is also crucial that the applicant can define her goals after she completed the MBA program. The applicant is also required to submit a personal financial statement detailing her financial status. The statement should contain a forecast of the applicant’s cash flow for the 16-month stay in the HEC