Quinnipiac University is a private, nonsectarian, coeducational university located in Hamden, Connecticut, at the foot of Sleeping Giant State Park. The nationally prominent Quinnipiac University Polling Institute has its offices there.
The university grants undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees through its College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and Engineering, School of Communication, School of Health Sciences, School of Law, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and School of Education.
What became Quinnipiac University was founded in 1929 by Samuel W. Tator, a business professor and politician. Phillip Troup, a Yale College graduate, was another founder, and became its first president until his death in 1939. Tator's wife, Irmagarde Tator, a Mount Holyoke College graduate, also played a major role in the fledgling institution's nurturing as its first bursar. Additional founders were E. Wight Bakke, who later became a professor of economics at Yale, and Robert R. Chamberlain, who headed a furniture company in his name.
- Ideal candidates have a strong work ethic, are self-motivated and honest, and display a high level of maturity and a strong sense of responsibility.
- Students must have completed at least one semester’s worth of a master’s degree by August 15, 2019. Quinnipiac needs to count about three of your master’s credits toward your Quinnipiac MBA degree.
- Some work experience (including internships) is required. Ideally, candidates have 1–2 years of work experience.
- Candidates must have a valid driver’s license. (Scholars must drive to job interviews and to work.)
- Candidates must be under 27 years of age when arriving in the U.S.
- Candidates must be Polish nationals.
- Scholars must maintain “good academic standing” at Quinnipiac during their MBA.
- Scholars should have good communication, presentation and general people skills.
- Scholarship recipients will be responsible for covering certain costs related to mandatory vaccines, J1 VISA processing fees, SEVIS fee, and an official copy of the International Credential Evaluation document from World Education Services (WES)
- Current resume
- Two letters of recommendation – At least one letter must be from a professor at the applicant’s university
- Copies of current university transcripts – This may be an unofficial copy for the application, but scholarship recipients must submit an official copy before arriving at Quinnipiac
- Photocopy or digital scan of your driver's license – Typically the applicant's Polish license, but international licenses or a license from another country is also acceptable
- Introductory letter (1 page long) – Should include the applicant's name, the applicant current field of study, and basic information about the applicant and the applicant hopes to achieve in the U.S.
- Essay on intent and motivation (estimated 2–3 pages) – Should explain your motivation in applying for the scholarship and your vision of how you will apply this experience when you return to Poland
- Plan of study (estimated 1–2 pages) – Should list the MBA courses at Quinnipiac University in which the applicant is interested
- Proof of English language proficiency (minimum C1 level)
- Scholars gain up to two years of work experience at American businesses.
- During MBA studies, our scholars work part-time at American businesses.
- After completing their MBA, our scholars work full-time at American businesses.
- All scholars earn an MBA at Quinnipiac University.
- At the conclusion of the program, students are required to return to Poland, putting their knowledge and experience to use.
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November 30, 2018