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Lang Graduate Executive Program Entrance Scholarships [E6009]
|Angel Gabriel Foundation
|4 awards of $20,000 payable over 3 semesters
|In the summer and the recipient must be registered to receive
The Lang Graduate Business Entrance Scholarships were established in 2019 as part of a transformative $21 million gift by Stu and Kim Lang to name the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics in honour of Stu’s father. These scholarships are considered one of the most prestigious graduate entrance awards offered in the Lang School. As founder of CCL Industries in 1951, the world’s largest label manufacturers, Gordon S. Lang is a true Canadian success story. A man of values and principle, he embodied all the characteristics that make U of G business students special; humble, hardworking, entrepreneurial and resilient. Students will automatically be considered with their admission application. The awards committee will evaluate candidates based on the following criteria: Demonstration of excellence in management, administration or leadership. MBA and MA Leadership students with the highest admission averages based on their undergraduate University education completed at an accredited institution; and/or additional evidence of academic or professional excellence such as exceptional scores on standardized tests, awards won for professional/academic performance, and evidence of leadership outside of their career (e.g., volunteer work, community service work, etc.). Two scholarships will be awarded to students entering Lang Executive MBA program and two will be awarded to students entering the Lang MA (Leadership) program.
Students entering a full-time Executive MBA or MA (Leadership) degree program offered by the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics with demonstrated leadership and academic and professional excellence.