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Associate Dean, ADVANCEMENT & ALUMNI RELATIONS
11 January 2016 – INSEAD, the world’s leading business school, has received a €1 million gift jointly from Indeed, Paul Forster and Rony Kahan, the entrepreneurs behind the popular job-search site. This generous donation will enhance the school’s scholarship offer by stimulating broader diversity among MBA candidates while bringing the benefits of an INSEAD education to aspiring entrepreneurs.
The scholarship will specifically support students with atypical backgrounds and creative entrepreneurial goals. The need to repay tuition loans can be a deterrent to pursuing more unconventional careers when graduates consider their post-MBA paths. By easing the debt burden, the Indeed Endowed Scholarship aims to encourage candidates to follow their entrepreneurial ambitions early on.
7 December 2015 - The Soraya Salti Social Impact Scholarship Fund will promote the continued development of young female entrepreneurs from the Middle East, South Asia and Africa regions giving social entrepreneurs an opportunity to participate in INSEAD’s Social Entrepreneurship Programme. The fund was established in honour of the late Soraya Salti, former President and CEO for Middle East & North Africa at INJAZ Al-Arab, the fund was instituted by INSEAD alumnus, Waleed AlBanawi, Founder and Chairman at JISR Partners, to pay tribute to the legacy of his partner Soraya and her outstanding contributions to the field of social entrepreneurship.