Kellogg launches a new Scholarship for students from Pakistan
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Tareen Oxford Scholarship, which will provide means-tested funding for Pakistani students, with a preference for talented students from South Punjab who have an offer from the University of Oxford to study on one of the graduate courses offered at Kellogg. This scholarship based at Kellogg is in partnership with the Oxford Pakistan Programme (OPP).
The Tareen Oxford Scholarship is made possible by the generous support of Kellogg alumnus Ali Tareen (EMBA, 2017), who told us “Impoverished areas like South Punjab need bright, young leaders to bring change to the region. And that is the reason we have started the Tareen Oxford Scholarship. While applying, every applicant will be asked to mention how they plan on giving back to the region.”
He went on to say:
I was incredibly lucky and privileged to have been able to do my Masters at Said Business School as a Kellogg student. It was an unforgettable experience, one that I would like more people to have, especially students from South Punjab.
I am grateful to the wonderful Oxford Pakistan Programme, and my alma mater, Kellogg for being so receptive and helpful throughout the process. Kellogg is one of Oxford’s most progressive colleges. It is an honour to be its ambassador.”
To encourage talented students from South Punjab to apply to and to benefit from the Tareen Oxford Scholarship, the OPP, in partnership with Ali Tareen, will organize a bespoke access programme for South Punjab. To find out more, visit the Oxford Pakistan Programme website.