Pair to fund scholarship

July 18, 2003

Two Strathclyde University professors have put their money where their mouths are to fund a scholarship for a master of international management course being launched in autumn.

Neil Hood (pictured right) and Steve Young of Strathclyde Business School are funding the £14,000 scholarship, which aims to give international executives multicultural expertise.

The degree will boost growing links between the school and China, teaching Chinese students about doing business in the West, helping eastern Europeans to do business in East Asia, and giving students from India expertise in doing business in the West and China.

The closing date for the Hood/Young Distinguished Scholar's Award is August 1 2003.


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