A recent article in the Financial Times talks about the importance of helping women reach the C-suite, and eventually the Executive Board. The author, Forté Foundation Executive Director Elissa Sangster writes:
“A number of things could be done to influence these various inflection points in a woman’s pre-MBA career path: educating and motivating women to pursue internships and majors beyond liberal arts, educating campus advisers to relay the value of an MBA to women, and steering women to resources to help them plan their college experience to better prepare for career success. Companies and organisations could offer financial incentives and support to women to relocate with their family, or significant other, to pursue a full-time MBA.”
With respect to providing financial incentives, IE Business School is now providing 3 annual scholarships for top women candidates who obtain admissions to IE Business School’s MBA or Master in Management programs.
To read the full Financial Times article, click here.
To learn about the IE Business School scholarships offered through our partnership with Forté Foundation, see the Financial Aid web site (www.ie.edu/financialaid) or the related blog entry by clicking here.
In addition to scholarships and student loan offers available directly from IE Business School, we also have several support and leadership development networks managed through our IE Center for Global Diversity in Management. To see our brochure that details several of our women-focused initiatives click here.