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Leader Project

Jain University introduces ‘Leader Project,’ in collaboration with Richard Ivey School of Business of the University of Western Ontario. Under this programme, students get to master the actions of a potential entrepreneur and learn all about what it takes to make his/her vision a reality. The process starts from being an entrepreneur, recognising an opportunity and then moving on to cover different elements of a business plan followed by communication and its implementation.

‘Leader Project’ is an exclusive benefit with an official certification from both Jain University and Richard Ivey School of Business for future managers and entrepreneurs, providing a unique networking forum to promote cross-cultural and linguistic exchange supported by lectures and Ivey-based case study exercises.

When and where is it?    
   
The Leader Project will be held from April 30 - May 18, 2012 at Jain University, Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 319, 17th Cross, 25th Main, 6th Phase, J P Nagar, Bangalore - 560078

Eligibility

Qualifying nominees must:

*Be an aspiring entrepreneur who have a business idea
*Be entrepreneurs who already run an operating business
*Have worked in a public or private organisation, in order to sell ideas related to internal initiatives to senior management during the course of the programme.

Application process

Send in application forms with the following details no later than April 20, 2012 to leader@jainuniversity.ac.in

*Name
*Occupation status
*E-mail id
*Mobile number

Qualified nominees will be interviewed on-campus or by phone. There will be no course fee for students but self-employed and employed professionals have to pay a fee of Rs 4,500. Learn more at www.jainuniversity.ac.in. Direct any questions to: leader@jainuniversity.ac.in or call (080)4343 1000.

Newcastle University India Scholarships

The International office of Newcastle University is offering 10 Newcastle University Indian Scholarship (NUIS PG) awards. Indian students applying to postgraduate programmes within the Faculties of Science, Agriculture and Engineering (SAgE), Medical Sciences (FMS) and the Newcastle University Business School (NUBS), and commencing their studies in September 2012 may apply.  Each scholarship holds a value of £2,000, payable towards the first year of tuition fees.

Eligibility: Students are eligible to apply for a NUIS PG award if:

*They have been offered a place on any postgraduate-taught degree programme in the faculties of SAgE or FMS or Newcastle University Business School.

* They are an Indian national and have been assessed as international/overseas for fees purposes.

*They have an average of 70% or more in Bachelors degree and satisfy all other requirements

*They intend to register to start their studies during the 2012-13 academic year.

How to apply:  The scholarship is available via separate application forms which can be downloaded from http://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/funding/search/list/nuis,  including a personal statement of not more than 500 words.  

Completed application forms should be sent to: india@ncl.ac.uk. The closing date for receipt of applications is June 30, 2012. 

Country managers will award these scholarships on the basis of best qualified students and content of personal statement — in consultation with Head of International Recruitment and faculty representatives.

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