Worldwide business pioneer, business visionary, philanthropist, and humanitarian advocate Denis O’Brien, who got an MBA from Boston College in 1982, has literally made the Denis O’Brien Fellowship at the University. Irish residents who register in the Carroll School of Management’s full-time MBA program may fit the bill for the Denis O’Brien Fellowship.
The applicants for this program must be Irish students whose scholarly, proficient, and different achievements that will reflect the high expert and individual gauges of Mr. O’Brien, one of Ireland’s most noticeable entrepreneurial and magnanimous pioneers.
The O’Brien Fellowship will take care of the full expense of participation, including tuition fees, charges, books, and everyday costs of living for a long time (or the span of the MBA program), and additionally international travel. Qualified applicants will get thought for the cooperation during the initial application audit by the Admissions Committee.
The admission of two O’Brien Fellows to our two-year MBA program will start in the fall of 2018. The application for this fellowship can be made online.
The application process starts in January 16, 2018, and finish (all application necessities met) by February 16, 2018. The fellowship choice will be made by March 16, 2018. By going into the application procedure, candidates must consent to impart select application and biographical data to the O’Brien Foundation.