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Top Schools Help Top Candidates Financially

Written on December 15, 2011 by Joël McConnell in Global News on Financial Aid

In recent article that appeared in Poets and Quants, a source of reference for candidates considering following a master program at the world’s top schools, talked about the current scholarship offerings being made available by top schools:

“Among the top 20 MBA programs in the U.S., at least four schools–Yale, Harvard, Northwestern, and UCLA–have increased their average scholarship pay outs to students by more than 100% since the 2004-2005 academic year Yale upped its average scholarship by 150% to $25,000 last year from only $10,000 in 2005, while Harvard increased its average scholarships to MBA candidates by 146% to $28,410 from $11,543 five years ago…”

Approximately 40% of the incoming class of master students at IE come with financial assistance provided by IE.

Reference Article:

The New B-School Arms Race for the Best & Brightest
See the full article online here

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