The British Friends
of Harvard Business School
Providing an invaluable source of financial aid to students attending Harvard Business School

The British Friends of HBS, a registered charity no. 100531, was set up in 1991 by the Harvard Business School Club of London to raise scholarship funds for British students to attend HBS as well as facilitate donations to HBS by alumni. The scholarships are awarded through the US-UK Fulbright Commission. HBS gives full class/reunion credit for all donations to the British Friends.

Since 1992 the British Friends have awarded 61 partial tuition scholarships totalling over $1.6m. Each scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates financial need and who has been accepted by Harvard Business School as well as having gone through the rigorous Fulbright selection process. Successful recipients must return to the UK at the end of their MBA and give an undertaking to contribute to the Scholarship Fund when the circumstances permit.

 

Patrons

Adrian Beecroft, MBA 76
Sir Ronald Cohen, MBA 69
David Dutton, MBA 69
George Newell, MBA 63
Bruno Schroder, MBA 60
Sir Martin Sorrell, MBA 68

Trustees

Sir Cyril Taylor, GBE, MBA 61
Chairman

Bruno Schroder, MBA 60
Vice Chairman

Neil Meadows, MBA 94
Treasurer

Penny Egan
Ex officio, Executive Director
UK US Fulbright Commission, London

Charles Lazarevic, AMP 161
Ex officio, President, HBS Club of London

Robert J Brown, MBA 66
Vincent Dessain, MBA 87
Jean Gomm, MBA 72
Jeremy Mayhew, MBA 89
Alice Newcombe, MBA 13
Anthony Rosenfelder, MBA 73

Observer
William Bennett
Senior Development Officer, Harvard Business School