Cranfield School of Management
Cranfield School of Management


Cranfield School of Management Location

South England

Cranfield School of Management



South England


The Worshipful Company of Farmers Scholarship
Scholarship Name The Worshipful Company of Farmers Scholarship
Academic Year 2020
Scholarship amount £39,000
Nationality Any

Cranfield School of Management in conjunction with the MBA Agrifarm Charitable Foundation, is offering a suitably qualified British farmer, or someone closely associated with farming, the opportunity to study for the Cranfield MBA. Read more

At a glance

Funding value£39,000
Suitable for Applicants fromUK
DeadlineOn going
Funding provider(s)The Scholarship is provided by Cranfield School of Management and the MBA Agrifarm Charitable Foundation.

What it covers

Up to £39,000 towards the tuition fees.

Applicable Courses

  • MBA Full-time
  • Executive MBA

Further information

Scholarship interviews will be held with the Director of the Agrifarm Charitable Foundation and the awards will be granted to candidates who can demonstrate not only that they will benefit from studying at Cranfield, but also the leadership qualities that will enable them to act in the vanguard of management change in the UK agricultural industry.

How to apply

There is no separate application form and if you would like to be considered for one of our scholarships, please indicate so in the application form, stating why you think you should be awarded this scholarship. You are strongly advised to apply by the scholarship deadline for consideration for a scholarship. 

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