October 28-2015
IndianTelevision.com announces scholarship for the Berlin School of Creative Leadership

IndianTelevison.com is proud to announce its first-ever scholarship for the Berlin School of Creative Leadership’s prestigious executive MBA program. This special scholarship opportunity has been established by IndianTelevision.com to continue encouraging and supporting the creative industry in India, like its other initiatives including the Indian Telly Awards, The Content Hub, Qalam, The New Talent Awards and The Indian Digital TV Honours.

The scholarship will provide 20,000 Euro in tuition support for a top creative executive from India to participate in the part-time global executive MBA program starting in March 2016.Up to three additional finalists may be eligible to receive 10,000 Euro each in partial-tuition support.

Candidates should be readers of IndianTelevision.com, the pre-eminent industry platform for TV, advertising and media executives in India. Preference will go to those who are working in India, although applicants do not have to be from the country. The scholarship award judges are seeking accomplished senior executives in the TV-related industries with a strong professional background and track record of creative or leadership excellence. The application deadline is November 16, 2015.

Speaking about the announcement, Anil Wanvari, Founder, CEO and Editor-in-chief of IndianTelevision.com Group says, “IndianTelevision.com is proud to be associated with The Berlin School and nurture the growth of creative leaders in India. Considering the vast and vibrant landscape of the Indian TV industry, there is immense leadership potential to be tapped and we are looking forward to making this a reality through the IndianTelevision.com Scholarship.

Berlin School of Creative Leadership Head of Admissions, Gerardo Tejo, comments that “We are thrilled to partner with IndianTelevision.com for this scholarship and equally excited about the prospect to support leadership talent in the creative industries in the growing economy of India.”