Imperial College Business School
Will you support the business leaders of tomorrow? Even the brightest business students can face barriers to completing their degree. You can help us lift those barriers and open up a life-changing opportunity.
Imperial College Business School inspires brilliant minds to be the world’s future leaders of business and society. We believe that helping these students complete their degrees is the most important thing we can do.
The high costs of living in London, or the financial strain caused by an unexpected illness or family emergency can pose a real obstacle for some students. Last year, alumni and friends support provided two scholarships for talented students who most needed it, allowing them to focus on their studies and reach their full potential.
Together in 2017-18, 92 donors generously gave £31,357 to the Dean’s Fund for the Imperial College Business School. Thank you.
How you have helped
“It would have been close to impossible for me to attend Imperial without the help of these funds. It has taken a lot of pressure off of my family. This is also the first time I have been able to attend college without having to hold a part time job. Not only has receiving a scholarship freed up more time for me to focus on my studies but it has alleviated the stress that comes from constantly worrying about money.”
John Trieste – Finance MSc, 2016
This year, your gift could help provide scholarships for MSc or MBA candidates who show exceptional promise or bursaries for students who find themselves in sudden financial difficulty. It could also be used to fund exciting new initiatives in entrepreneurship and innovation for the benefit of our students. Your investment may be modest, but your gift can provide the resources and inspiration that allows a talented student to complete their degree on time and without costly loans. For that student, your gift can be the first step in a lifetime of success and achievement.
Please make a gift today to support the Dean’s Fund and help a bright student reach his or her potential with a degree from Imperial.