Tuition assistance for two students a year made available by Tobaccowala Foundation

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business has announced a new scholarship for MBA students from India made possible by a one-million-dollar gift from the Tobaccowala Foundation of India.

Two scholarships offering tuition support of USD 25,000 each will be available annually to students in Booth?s full-time MBA program whose primary home is in India at the time the scholarship is received.

According to the school, one fifth of Booth's full-time MBA cohort during 2010-2011 came from Indian, while 364 students from India have attended the program over the last decade - the most of any country outside of the United States.

For more information, please visit the Chicago Booth website.

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