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The Deb Lewis MBA Scholarships

This scholarship fund is open to eligible students starting their MBA programme in 2022.

September 2022

Scholarships are under review. We'll provide further information at the time of application.

Funding for prospective MBA students

Open to candidates who have lived in the local region for at least three years and have been directly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

These scholarships are exclusively available to members of our regional community. You may be eligible if:

  • you’re based in South West England or South Wales and:
  • you have been affected by Covid-19 through redundancy, closure of your business or other severe negative impact

About the award

Why we've established these scholarships and available funding.

We have established these scholarships in the name of Deb Lewis, former MBA Director of Studies, who passed away in May 2020. In the five years that Deb was part of the School of Management she was an important part of the School’s community, greatly respected and much admired.

Deb was an outstanding teacher, colleague and role model. She challenged and supported our students in equal measures, inspiring them to expect more of themselves.

Deb always looked out for those who needed support and through these awards we want to honour her memory by supporting our local community during the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope that studying an MBA with us can help people to rebuild their careers and contribute to our local economy.

Available funding

Scholarships for the Full-time and Executive programmes covering core tuition fees may be available. The scholarships do not cover additional activities, such as international trips.

Upon successful application, we’ll apply the award to your tuition fees. There is no cash alternative.

Eligibility criteria

Applicants must:

If you would like to apply for these scholarships please indicate in your MBA application that you would like to be considered, or email

Full criteria and application guidance