Sainsbury Management Fellowship

The Sainsbury Management Fellowship organisation was established in 1987 by David Sainsbury (now Lord Sainsbury of Turville) to develop UK engineers into industry leaders, thereby raising UK competitiveness in engineering, manufacturing and construction businesses. Lord Sainsbury noted the relative lack of engineering representation of the boards of UK industries, especially compared to corresponding companies from Germany or Japan.

The Sainsbury Management Fellowship assists engineers in obtaining degrees in Business Administration at prominent business schools.

By 2011 the scheme had supported 275 engineers in gaining an MBA. It grants an average of ten scholarships each year.

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