Posted by Gwen Nichols
Thunderbird School of Global Management offering Rotarians a Rotary Partnership Scholarship for this inaugural year of its Washington, DC-based program
Thunderbird School of Global Management is expanding to Washington, DC, and offering a new degree there, the  Executive Master of Arts in Global Affairs & Management degree. Because Thunderbird and Rotary are working on plans for collaborative partnering, Thunderbird is pleased to offer a substantial Rotary Partnership Scholarship for Rotarians who enroll in this new program, for this inaugural year only. The program begins in January 2020. Application deadline is November 29, 2019.
This one-year program, developed at the intersection of global business, public policy and law, is designed to help globally minded mid-career professionals in the private, public and nonprofit sectors take their careers to the next level. The program meets every other Friday through Saturday throughout 2020, so professionals can complete this program while employed full-time.
Thunderbird School of Global Management has over 70 years of experience at the vanguard of global business management and leadership education. Its Master of Global Management (MGM) program was ranked #1 by the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education in 2019. World-class faculty deliver cutting-edge, practical curriculum with a strong core of global business management and leadership skills, all taught using a transdisciplinary, hands-on approach. 
To learn more about this program and scholarship opportunity, and to apply, please use the Rotary link: