The Eni-Oxford M.B.A. Scholarship provides African students with an opportunity to pursue a Master’s in Business Administration at the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom.
The scholarship is open to high-aspiring and high-potential M.B.A. candidates who can contribute to better leadership and governance of the continent. Up to two scholarships will be awarded during each Oxford admissions cycle. Scholars will be selected by Oxford based on academic merit and/or potential.
Scholarship winners will receive full coverage for their tuition fees in addition to a monthly stipend.
Eni is an international energy company with a strong presence in Africa. In line with its mission and inspired by the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Eni contributes to the SDGs targets through strategic cooperations focused on areas of common interest. These include youth employment, agriculture value chains, and renewable energy and energy efficiency, particularly in Africa.
- Be ordinarily resident in one of the African countries in which Eni operates. These include Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia.
- Have excellent English language skills. TOEFL-IBT: 110 /120 minimum score.
- Have at least two years of full-time work experience, detailed on a one page CV. The program looks for evidence of career progression and international exposure, as well as being able to show leadership potential. It does not look for experience in a specific sector.
How to apply
Apply through the University of Oxford Saïd Business School online portal. Once you have submitted your M.B.A. application, the foundation will use the details you provided to determine your eligibility.