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LIOP offers up to 100% scholarships to US universities

LIOP offers up to 100% scholarships to US universities

Dreaming of taking a specialization course in the US? Laiob (Latin America Institute of Business), an institution specializing in short-term management courses for professionals in Latin America, has opened applications for its scholarship program.

These are scholarships covering 100% short-term management programs at the University of Akron in Ohio State for classes beginning in February 2025.

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LIOP offers up to 100% scholarships to US universities

Candidates can choose between four courses: Corporate Finance, Management and Leadership, Strategic Marketing Management and Project Management.

Scholarship for the University of Akron

For all four courses, full scholarship and 70% scholarship will be provided. There will also be a limited number of 30% and 50% scholarships – Loeb did not disclose how many of each.

The scholarship includes accommodation, breakfast and lunch during school days. The courses will be held in February 2025, last 12 days and will include international certifications.

In addition to the courses, the program includes a welcome dinner, a networking night, a conference day (meeting leaders of companies in the region), a sports day (experience in American sports), a military day (leadership exercises and team development in practice. US Army) and a certificate with dinner. Presentation ceremony.

How to participate

You can register through LAIOB website Until April 28. The interview period will be held from 15th April to 3rd May and shortlisted candidates will be notified on 6th May.

Evaluation criteria: advanced level of English, professional experience, educational background, analysis of answers to motivational questions, performance in interviews and life experiences.

With a heritage of more than 200 years, Ohio University is located in the small town of Athens in the interior of the state.

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