The Women in Finance and Tech Scholarship is aimed to inspire talented female candidates to pursue graduate studies and a career in finance or technology.
BI Norwegian Business School is committed to the UN Sustainability Goals. In particular, BI aims to support efforts towards achieving gender equality. This scholarship is a means to attract and support outstanding female candidates to pursue careers in fields where there is a gender imbalance.
The Women in Finance and Technology Master Scholarship will cover full tuition fees for up to two years, if the student maintains the academic progression requirements for scholarship recipients.
Female candidates with strong academic records
Female candidates who receive an offer of admission in one of the following programmes:
MSc in Business with major in Finance (Campus Oslo and Campus Bergen)
MSc in Business with major in Sustainable Finance
MSc in Business Analytics
MSc in Data Science for Business
MSc in Finance
MSc in Sustainable Finance
MSc in Quantitative Finance
Applicants who apply for the BI Presidential Scholarship and the MSc International Scholarship will also be considered for this scholarship. A separate scholarship application letter is not required.
How to Apply:
Write a scholarship application letter, maximum one-page, outlining why you are deserving of this scholarship and how your academic record qualifies you for consideration.
Upload the scholarship application letter with your application for admission on the online application portal. Include all the required documentation to be evaluated for admission to a Master of Science programme. The scholarship application will only be considered if an offer of admission is accepted.
BI students currently in their 3rd year of the Siviløkonom programme, can apply the spring of their 3rd year by sending a scholarship application letter to email@example.com with the subject line: Women in Finance and Tech Scholarship Application
Application for admission, including your scholarship application, must be received by March 1.
Applications from Sivøk students must be received by March 1.
Selection of Recipients:
BI Norwegian Business School aims to build a diverse and international student body.
Only applicants who have been admitted to a Master of Science programme and have applied as instructed will be considered.
BI ensures distribution of scholarships among MSc programmes.
Priority may be given to applicants from selected countries, selected partner schools of BI, or enrolled in priority master's programmes.
All candidates will be assessed according to the ECTS scale. Applicants with international bachelor's degrees will have their grades converted to the ECTS scale.
Other factors that may influence ranking can be other academic achievements, GMAT/GRE/CAT scores, extracurricular achievements, and special personal achievements.
Preference is given to applicants seeking to earn their first master’s degree.
Academic Progression Requirements:
All candidates must meet academic progression requirements in order to maintain their scholarship.
Full study progression (30 ECTS) in each semester.
Minimum cumulative GPA of a "B" on the BI ECTS scale after completion of each academic semester.
Candidates who are awarded the Women in Finance and Tech Master Scholarship must be prepared to be "BI Ambassadors", acting as spokespeople, assisting in recruitment efforts, and promoting a good study environment. The details regarding responsibilities will be specified in the Scholarship Contract.