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Information reaching the desk of Africa Daily News, New York has it that the 2nd list of selected candidates for the prestigious Professor MarkAnthony Nze Scholarship with Apsley Business School London has emerged. Among the beneficiaries of the 2nd batch were Stella Nneamaka Uchendu, Kalu Ukpai Kalu, and 11 others.
The Africa Daily News, New York, reported a few weeks ago that in the sequel to Prof. MarkAnthony Nze’s appointment as an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Management, the academic guru opted to invest all of his earnings into the institution for a year in exchange for a scholarship for Nigerians as a way of encouraging African youths, particularly Nigerians who are interested in quality education abroad.
The announcement for this newest set of beneficiaries was made public by the brand strategist for People and Polity Inc., Dr. Onyeka Chiemelie, who revealed that following last week’s beneficiaries, 15 other successful applicants have now been shortlisted to benefit from the largesse.
The announcement was made on a radio program on ADN Radio, New York, which was monitored by Africa Daily News, New York on Friday afternoon.
1. Stella Nneamaka Uchendu for Ph.D. in Educational Management
2. Emmanuel Nwachukwu for LLM (Master’s in Business Law)
3. Okeiyi Olachi Linda for MBA in Creative Industries
4. Anurukem Kelechi Theodora for MBA in Strategic Management
5. Uwaoma Chinemerem Esther for MBA in Accounting and Finance
6. Nwali Charles Chukwuemeka for M.Sc in Strategic Management
7. Ngobidi Chiemerie Hilary for M.Sc in Educational Leadership
8. Kalu Ukpai Kalu for MBA in Industrial Management
9. Bebebiafiai Opukeme Bright for MBA in Finance and Accounting
10. Ibe Chima Victor for MBA in Artificial Intelligence
11. Jose Maria Agulanna for M.Sc in Finance and Accounting
12. Awenegieme O. Naomi for M.Sc in the Creative Industries
13. Evangeline C. Stanley-Okorie for M.Sc in Pharmaceutical Management
Africa Daily News, New York gathered that their official letters of scholarship would be issued next week, detailing the necessary information.
Furthermore, Dr. Onyeka disclosed that the announcement would continue every Friday on the platform at 2 p.m. Nigerian time.
Originally, the costs were 5730 euros for master’s programmes and 13100 euros for doctoral programmes; however, after Dr. MarkAnthony Nze’s scholarship, the prices were decreased to $2,500 for master’s programmes and $5,000 for doctoral programmmes.
The duration is nine months if the process is expedited and twelve months if it is not expedited.
Although the programmes are delivered via distance learning, they culminate in a graduation ceremony in London upon successful completion of the programmes.
Africa Daily News, New York reports that Apsley Business School in London is a prestigious British business school that is consistently ranked among Europe’s top 100 business schools.