Congratulations to two new scholars awarded the 2019 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship for the University of Auckland Master of International Business program.

Two talented people now join the Hinrich Foundation family as 2019 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship recipients at the University of Auckland: Alice Yi from China and Allister Benjamin from India. The scholarship is awarded to talented professionals who have demonstrated potential and passion to become leaders in global trade industries.

Winners of 2019 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship at University of Auckland 1

 

Alice Yi (China)

Hinrich Global Trade Leader

University of Auckland, Class of 2020

Possess the qualities and attributes of a great leader and view sustainability as our responsibility”

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Winners of 2019 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship at University of Auckland 2

 

Allister Benjamin (India)

Hinrich Global Trade Leader

University of Auckland, Class of 2020

“I believe that, as a Global Trade Leader, I have the opportunity and the platform to continuously improve and facilitate the positive sustainable change I wish to see in the world.”

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Program Director of the Hinrich Foundation, Alex Boome, welcomes the new scholars:

“Alice and Allister have been recognized for their potential long-term contribution to sustainable global trade. At Hinrich Foundation, we believe trade can promote peace and sustainability among countries. By providing Global Trade Leader scholarships, we strive to cultivate and develop trade leaders who can generate positive impact for the betterment of their communities and the world.”

Founded in 1883, the University of Auckland is New Zealand’s leading university, ranked in the top 100 of the QS World University Rankings. It is known as a hub for policy and professional research to promote cross-border trade activities in Asia Pacific. The two new scholars will study in the main campus located in the heart of Auckland city.