GoldMan Sachs Women’s Enterprise & Leadership Programme

Enterprise Development Centre of the Pan-African University are currently working with Goldman Sachs on an initiative – 10,000 Women, in a bid to empower our Nigerian Women to be successful in their various businesses.

This initiative is the Goldman Sachs Enterprise & Leadership Scholarship for women only. The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative provides scholarships for under deserved women to attend Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management Programme.

We are actively seeking women who qualify for the scholarship to apply before our deadline Friday, 23rd Of September. Please Find more details below.

Every year scholarships are being awarded to women entrepreneurs and this includes a Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management (CEM) and follow up services such as business advisory, consulting clinics, networking and mentoring.

Selection Criteria:

-Company Must be owned/managed by a woman
-Should be a functional business (at least 3 months in operation)
– Business must have high growth potential
-High local value will be an advantage

Shortlisted applicants will receive an invitation for an interview by middle of October 2011 which will hold in Abuja.
For more information please contact Adeola on 081911551171 and Nta 0702920198



Posted on September 22, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Want 2 be fully dated with any training/employment about woman.

  2. Aboaba Adenike Modupe

    i own a business and want to be Notified for the next scholarship entry. Thanks

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