Together with the International Trade Centre, the IE Foundation and the IE School of Global and Public Affairs, the SheTrades Scholarship aims to empower women working in trade and business expansion as civil servants, staff of a trade or in a business in a developing country, in order to help them unleash their maximum potential. This will have them increase the value of the businesses they represent and work for, expand the markets they have access to and connect with potential partners, buyers and investors.
By 2021, SheTrades, which also works with partner institutions such as Barclays, UPS and Visa, hopes to provide three million women access to their target market.Table of Content
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This grant will cover the cost of all tuition fees. However, beneficiaries will need to cover the expenses associated with the course’s one-week residential periods in Madrid and Geneva.
This scholarship opportunity is open for women working in trade and business expansion as civil servants, sta of a trade or investment support institution or a business. A particular focus will be placed on women from least developed countries.
For more details, visit SheTrades Scholarship Program website