Yale Launches MBA Scholarships for Students from India

Awards to cover at least half the cost of the MBA tuition

Yale School of Management (Yale SOM) has announced the launch of a new MBA scholarship opportunity for students from India.

Starting this application period, five merit scholarships will be available, specifically for incoming Yale MBA students from India. The awards will cover at least half of the MBA tuition, valued at approximately $75,000 to $150,000 over two years.

The new scholarship program builds on Yale SOM's connection to India. The school collaborates closely with IIM Bangalore, and Yale's China India Insights program focuses faculty research in the region.

All Yale MBA applicants from India will be considered for the Global Leaders from India scholarship will be considered; no additional application is required.

For more information, please see the Yale SOM news release announcing the new MBA scholarships.

See more funding opportunities on FIND MBA's Scholarship Listing.

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