Fellowships cover all tuition and living expenses

The Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester has recently announced plans to launch the "Simon Leadership Fellows Program," which aims to provide leadership development to select students through service to the community and school.

According to a press release issued by the Simon School of Business, the fellowships "will be awarded to full-time MBA candidates who exhibit outstanding academic and professional credentials, and who have an interest in making a significant impact on the world around them."

The Simon Leadership Fellows Program covers tuition for two years of full time MBA study and stipends for living expenses.

Admitted Simon full-time MBA applicants will compete for the fellowships during two invitation-only weekend events on February 3?5 and March 30?April 1, 2012. During the weekend events, applicants will interact and network with Simon alumni and faculty, and will take part in a team case competition.

For more information, please visit the Simon School of Business website.

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