Gaining a top leadership position or enhancing your knowledge in certain professional fields requires an investment of time and money in your education.
Our purpose at WHU Executive Education is to offer high-quality programs for our participants and also encourage diversity in the workplace worldwide. We support ambitious people to become the leaders of tomorrow while setting a particular emphasis on the advancement of women in leadership positions.
We currently offer two types of partial scholarships for select programs, each with a 25% or 50% discount off the regular program fee.
For our shorter programs (2-4 days), a maximum of two partial scholarships are offered per program run, each at a 25% discount off the regular program fee. For our Certified in Programs, a maximum of two partial scholarships are offered per per year, each at a 25% discount off the regular program fee.
For more comprehensive programs such as the Management Essentials Program, General Management Plus Program, The Essence of Coaching for Senior Leaders Program, and Advanced Management for Senior Professionals Program, a maximum of one partial scholarship will be offered per program run, each at a 50% discount off the regular program fee.
Scholarships are only awarded for the programs listed below. An application for a renewed scholarship may be submitted no earlier than 36 months after program participation. The application deadline for a scholarship is three months before the start of each program.
How to apply?
We are looking forward to welcoming ambitious and visionary people of diversity into our Executive Education Programs! To apply, simply follow three easy steps:
- Choose one of the Executive Education Open Programs.
- Send us an e-mail with your CV and letter of motivation in English to firstname.lastname@example.org. There are no formal requirements regarding the level of work experience, and we assess each application individually. Applications for the 50% scholarships must also include a letter of recommendation from your supervisor.
- After the assessment through our Admissions Committee, we will inform you if you are eligible for a scholarship.
In cooperation with the 30% Club, we are delighted to offer two ambitious women a 50% scholarship for WHU’s Management Essentials Program and the Advanced Management for Senior Professionals Program.
The 30% Club is convinced that gender balance on boards and in senior management not only encourages better leadership and governance, but diversity further contributes to better all-round board performance and ultimately increases corporate performance for both companies and their shareholders.
The cooperation between WHU and the 30% Club supports determined female managers and leaders to reach a better gender balance within organizations at all levels.
Furthermore, this scholarship enables students to join 30% Club Horizon events which will be specially filmed and can be viewed online through their digital platform.
To apply for this scholarship, please send an e-mail with your CV and letter of motivation to email@example.com. We look forward to welcoming an increasing number of ambitious and visionary women to our Executive Education Programs.
With a majority of top management within companies being largely male, we would particularly like to draw your attention to the WHU Advanced Management for Senior Professionals Program (AMSP). If you are an experienced female executive looking to advance your career, this program is designed to challenge you as a senior leader as you make the transition to an executive or even board-level position. During this 9-day transformative learning experience, you will enhance your strategic impact and negotiation skills and discuss digital transformation challenges and opportunities on a global level.
*Source: http://www.catalyst.org/knowledge/women-sp-500-companies / Catalyst, Pyramid: Women in S&P 500 Companies (February 2, 2018). The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index (S&P 500) measures the stock value of the 500 largest companies by market capitalization of at least $6.1 billion on the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq Composite.