Navarino Masters Studentship

Type of funding:

External scholarship




Dimitris Tsikopoulos


Up to £65,000

No of awards:

1 award

Application deadline:

Rolling until awarded

Please indicate your interest in this scholarship on the MBA application form.


The Navarino Masters Studentship for the Cambridge MBA awards one MBA student with £65,000 towards their tuition fees.

Dimitris Tsikopoulos, CEO of maritime technology company Navarino and one of the early students (MBA 1994) to attend Cambridge Judge Business School, will allow outstanding candidates to enrol in the Business School. Based in Greece, Navarino develops IT solutions including hardware, software and connectivity for ship operators, and also has offices in the UK, Cyprus, Germany, Norway, Singapore, Hong Kong and the US.


Awarded based on academic excellence demonstrated through degree results, GMAT or GRE score, and performance at interview. This scholarship is open to all applicants of the Cambridge MBA; priority will be given to outstanding candidates experiencing financial hardship and who would not otherwise come to Cambridge to enrol in the Business School.

How to apply

Candidates interested in this scholarship should apply early as it will be awarded on a rolling basis, and we cannot guarantee the award will still be available by the later rounds.

Please indicate your interest on the application form. You can also provide a supporting statement on the application form which outlines how you meet the eligibility criteria.

Further details

The recipient of this scholarship is expected to be an ambassador for the Cambridge MBA, working closely with the marketing, recruitment, and alumni teams to support and attract future candidates onto the programme.