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18 May 2016
Project Management Institute (PMI), world's leading not-for-profit professional membership association for the project, program and portfolio management profession, has awarded scholarships to select students enrolled in the MBA Construction Project Management program at the School. The scholarships were awared basis merit, as measured through academic and extracurricular performance. All MBA CPM students, currently in the 4th semester were eligible for these scholarships by submitting the PMI scholarship form by email.
These scholarships have been instituted recognizing that our two-year MBA CPM program utilizes a combination of domain specific, domain enriched, and general subjects with very close alignment to the PMBOK® (Project Management Body of Knowledge) 5th edition. Through a rich mix of theoretical concepts and practice-led learning, the program (MBA CPM) aims at producing project management professionals for the real estate and construction industry. The scholarship is designed to encourage our MBA students to undertake focused study in the area of project management in the course of their degree program.
Applications of MBA CPM students in 4th semester, were evaluated based on the composite scoring of the following criteria.
• Grade Point Average (Semester 1, 2 and 3)
• Synopsis of capstone project related to project management
• Attendance record (Semester 1 and 2)
The applicant’s intended field of capstone project, a credit-bearing part of the MBA program, was also considered in the evaluation process. Preference was given to those candidates pursuing a topic relevant to the area of project management.