Helping young leaders transform ukraine and moldova

1. Students apply for one of the US top-50 MBA programs
1. Students apply for one of the US top-50 MBA programs
2. Admitted candidates qualify for a SEED Grant
2. Admitted candidates qualify for a SEED Grant
3. Graduates return and commit for at least 3 years of work in Ukraine or Moldova
3. Graduates return and commit for at least 3 years of work in Ukraine or Moldova

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How is the Seed Grant awarded?
The Seed Grant is awarded to candidates who meet the requirements and is paid in several installments prior to each semester (term) or academic year as required by the School directly to the university, as long as the student maintains good standing in the program. Financial support given will be valid for a time span of two years for one defined study plan (full-time MBA). The student is responsible for any taxes associated with the Grant. – 100% of the Seed Grant amount becomes a repayable loan in case the grantee does not return to Ukraine/Moldova for a period of no less than three years after completing their studies. Students must repay the loan in its entirety if they do not return.
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What kind of companies/organizations recruits MBA graduates?
Major companies, governments, non-governmental organizations and civil society organizations throughout the world need of young leaders produced by the best business schools. This demand will continue to grow as the globalized nature of trade, services, travel, and information makes the world an ever-intertwined space. Well-trained and passionate managers are highly needed both in Ukraine and Moldova to impact civil society formation, policy changes and institutional transformation.
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What are the benefits for the U.S. of supporting foreign students in their attempt to obtain a degree from a U.S. business school?
The United States benefits by building a global network of friends. While studying in the U.S., future leaders can build meaningful ties to the United States, U.S. business, society, culture, and history, as well as other U.S. interests.
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