EENI's Scholarships for Doctorates and Masters in International Business
One of the EENI (The Global Business School) main values is solidarity; it is necessary that people from developing countries can have access to quality education and are also able to establish contacts and business with people from other nations. That is the reason why we set aside part of our resources for Scholarships for students from less developing countries.
Since 2001, we have offered the EENI scholarships for students from around the world with low purchasing power in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. The region where more scholarships have been granted is Africa. Today, in almost all African countries we have a student with EENI scholarship, no matter their race, sex, religion or political beliefs. We have to give a scholarship to Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Jews, Hinduism, or Confucians students. In war or conflict zones like Iraq or Palestine; we also have given scholarships. Provide scholarships to women, especially in Africa and the Middle East is a priority for us.
In recent years we have seen how people who were almost marginalised in society, thanks to our scholarship are today working in relevant positions worldwide. Many of them, in important multinational or multilateral institutions on issues related to the international business.
It is crucial to point out that all these scholarships have been delivered with EENI’s resources; we have never received any Government subsidy or public aid nor any donation of a company or private organisation.
We encourage to all the students who opt for an EENI scholarship to know the principles of the Global Compact (United Nations).
We would like to share with you some students who have received EENI scholarships:
Some examples of scholarships for the Master in International Business in Africa.
African students. Africa is increasingly being put aside from international circuits. As a result; it is necessary to create initiatives and dialogues so that African countries can have access to the few advantages that globalisation brings them. It is essential to train African experts who know Western management patterns as well as business know-how, getting them to know how to adapt these patterns to their culture. At EENI we fully believe in Africa, and we think it is necessary that they find their place in globalised business. As far as we can; we will keep on making our small contribution.
EENI Scholarships Africa (En).
Maimouna SAKO (Ivory Coast). Maimouna participated in our scholarship programme for the Master in International Business. Currently; she works as a “Procurement Officer” in the African Development Bank.
Paterson Ngatchou. He arrived in Spain from Cameroon with a career in Business Administration. We give a scholarship for the Master in International Business; Paterson has been one of our best students. Today, he is a professor of the foreign trade EENI. Furthermore, he works as Export Director in a major Spanish company travelling all over the world.
“We have worked with Paterson for many years, if I had to highlight something is his righteousness; he has worked at several companies as Director of the foreign trade, and all of them has ended up being friends with their Directors. Few people have travelled so many countries like him. Pat always reminds me of the importance of African values, the African humanity always latent in African people, that sometimes in Europe we have lost. Pat is also a great friend.” Pedro Nonell - Director of EENI
Maresha Yimer (Ethiopia). He was an excellent student. We give a scholarship for the Master in International Business; the rest of the tuition fees got it through a family financing system that works in Africa: the “Tontine.” When he finished the Master; he did a party with more than 100 members of his family. Today; he has an outstanding job in an Ethiopian Ministry.
Thierry Noël ZAFIMAHITA (Madagascar). He was certainly one of our best students. After studying our Master in International Business; he specialised in mediation, prevention of conflicts, human rights, and peace. Currently; he works as an Advisor in the Office of the Prime Minister of Madagascar.
“The Austrian musician Arnold Schoenberg said that a teacher must always learn something from their students. It is the case of Thierry, all those who were his professors learned, not only of trade but their humanity” Pedro Nonell - Director of EENI
Project with the University of Ouagadougou II (Burkina Faso)
The ceremony was presided by His Excellency the President of the Economic Council and Social of Burkina Faso, Mr Paramanga Ernest Yonli, the Minister of the Public Service, Labour, and Social Security, Mr Soungalo. A. Ouattara, the Minister of Secondary and Higher Education, Mr Moussa Ouattara and the Director of Ouaga II University, and Pedro Nonell (Director of the EENI).
“I recently had the chance to deliver the diplomas personally to several students of the Master in Burkina and thrilled me to see how grateful they were, above all because all of them had got a job with very decent salaries. Events like this are giving real sense to EENI.” Pedro Nonell, founder of the EENI
Scholarships for the Middle East and the Maghreb (Master in International Business).
We have devoted special efforts to provide scholarships to Muslim women.
“We are convinced that both in Africa and the Middle East, Muslim women have a fundamental role to play. The words of the Nobel Prize Muhammad Yunus are inspiring for us: “Economic growth and political democracy cannot achieve their full potential unless the female half of humanity participates in equality with men” Pedro Nonell - Director of the EENI
Hanan Abubaker (Jordan)
HIBA ABDUL SADIQ ABDUL AZIZ HASSAN (Palestine)
Noura OUSSAIFI (Tunisia). Noura studied the Master in International Business with us, and she writes an excellent Master thesis. We had the chance personally to deliver the diploma of studies in Tunisia.
Ismahan Mohamed Istiklal (Djibouti). She was also an excellent student of Djibouti with a scholarship for the Master in International Business. For several years she was also Professor of the EENI and we hope that one day when their business permits; she can collaborate again with us. She is an important directive in a logistics company in the Port of Djibouti.
Hazem El Sheikh (Palestine). Hazem received an EENI scholarship for Muslim students ten years ago. When he finished the Master began a fruitful collaboration with EENI. Hazem El Sheik has helped us enormously with the translation into Arabic of the courses and Arabic site.
“Hazem has helped me to understand Muslims better, to know and respect Islam. Personally, I collaborated with him in the creation of the Institute Ibn Kaldhoun of Palestine. Usually; we see each other once a year. During these years; he has explained to us the harshness of life in the Gaza Strip, as his friends died, as antibiotics do not arrive at Palestinian hospitals, as his father could not get a container of tiles in an Israeli port for several years.” Pedro Nonell
Nageeb Yahia (Yemen)
Annie Asadoor (Iraq)
Latin America: some students awarded with EENI scholarships (Master in International Business).
Ricardo Rojas Hernández (Colombia). Ricardo enrolled on the master in international business with the aim of “developing solid theoretical and practical skills that allow me to lead processes within a specific social, political, and economic context to be able to serve as a comprehensive professional.” Today; he works in the financial management of a major Colombian company.
Mabel Turk (Argentina). Mabel took the scholarship to study the master to the maximum. Currently; she is a Professor of international marketing of EENI. She is Secretary of the Chamber of the foreign trade of Jujuy, Secretary of the Camera Argentina- India in Buenos Aires and she is a partner at a consulting company of the foreign trade.
“With Mabel; we have spent many years working together; I believe that she is our oldest professor. Furthermore, to being one the best experts of the foreign trade; she can communicate with students in English, Spanish, French, or Portuguese, and even something in Arabic. Usually; she is one of the most valued professors by EENI’ students” Pedro Nonell - Director of EENI
Noemí Elizabeth Soto (Ecuador). Thanks to his brilliant thesis helped to create a profitable business of handicraft products and encouraged the development of a depressed community of Ecuador. Naomi is today, as well as manager on Social Front of Women, Educational Researcher at the University of Loja.
Mónica Molina Barzola (Ecuador). Monica was awarded a grant to the master, and his advance was very satisfactory. She is now a technical specialist in export consortia in the Ministry of Industries and Productivity of Ecuador.
Dr Henry Acuña Barrantes (Colombia). Henry has been among the best students of EENI. He has studied two masters thanks to the scholarship. He is EENI professor. He has taught at the University of the Andes and the Universidad Militar de Nueva Granada (Project Coordinator, Chief of the Research Division, Vice Rector of Research), Director of the Master of Management and currently Editor of the Journal of Academy Research of the UMNG.
“With Henry; we have the chance to meet every two years; we talk about Colombia, Latin America, business, and ethics. A great person and friend” Pedro Nonell - Director of EENI
Some students who were awarded EENI ASIA scholarships (Master in International Business).
Xiaojiao Sun 孙晓娇 (China). Xiaojiao is finishing his thesis to complete his Master; she is enjoying the fellowship that we have managed to find work in the Import-Export Department of a Spanish company. She also has collaborated with the EENI in the Chinese translation of part of the courses and the Chinese Website.
Tiao Darany MAILLARD (Thailand). She was one of the best EENI students with an average score of excellent. Currently; she is the Director of Export Department of a Thai company.
Kairat Gataulin (Kazakhstan). A scholarship for Master in International Business today is fully integrated into the world of international business working in a private enterprise with strong interests in Central Asia.
EUROPE Scholarships: Some students who were awarded (Master in International Business).
Ioana Maria Olaru (Romania). Ioana was an excellent student. She took his scholarship to get his master's degree; she is working in a private enterprise.
EENI, not only offers scholarships to students from developing countries, but we also have offered scholarships for students in developed countries with limited financial resources, especially in recent years in Spain, because of a terrible wing crisis that our country currently
is experiencing and the lack of job opportunities.
José Ángel Vallejo Mena (Spain). It is another case of entrepreneurship since after finishing the master, he founded his company.
Miren Larreategui (Spain). Furthermore, to being an excellent student, and participate in our scholarship programme; she had a period of practices in Italy with excellent results.