The total cost of doing 2 years full time MBA from top B-Schools varies from $2,30,000–1,90,000 which is a huge amount to pay therefore scholarships and loans help students in a substantial way. There is a concise list of scholarships given below.
Harvard Business School MBA
Harvard need-based Fellowship: HBS awards need-based fellowships to provide access to admitted students with limited financial resources and nearly 50% of the class receives a fellowship award. The average HBS Fellowship is approximately $37,000 per year, or $74,000 total. All students are encouraged to apply for an HBS Fellowship after being admitted to the program. And the total need-base fellowship budget for 2017 was $33 million.
The Robert S. Kaplan Life Sciences Fellowship: HBS awards $40,000 each to up to ten (10) incoming MBA students who present outstanding credentials in life sciences disciplines. The student is awarded $20,000 for the first year and $20,000 for the second year.
Horace W. Goldsmith Fellowship: The Horace W. Goldsmith Fellowship gives awards of approximately $10,000 to seven to ten (7–10) first-year MBA students who have exhibited leadership and an extraordinary commitment to working in the nonprofit sector.
To know more about other scholarships please go through Harvard Business School MBA Scholarships.
Stanford Business School MBA
Reliance DhirubhaiFellowship Program: Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellows, class of 2021, will receive financial support for approximately 80% of the cost of tuition and associated fees for each year of the two-year Stanford MBA Program and is awarded up to five fellows. However, upon graduation are required to return to India and work for an Indian organization for a minimum period of two years.
To know more about other scholarships please go through Stanford Business School MBA Scholarships.
Wharton MBA Scholarship (UPenn)
There are various fellowships available:
Emerging Economy Fellowships: : Emerging Economy Fellowships are offered to support students from emerging economies throughout the world.
Joseph Wharton Fellowships: Joseph Wharton Fellowships are named in honor of Joseph Wharton, the founder of the Wharton School. These fellowships are awarded to students with outstanding records of academic, personal, and professional achievements.
Forté Fellowships: Forte Fellowships are awarded each year to outstanding female students who demonstrate exemplary leadership academically, professionally or creatively, as well as a proven commitment to the empowerment of women in education or the workplace.
Social Impact Fellowships: Social Impact Fellowships are offered to students with demonstrated leadership in the public and/or not-for-profit sectors.
To know more about scholarships please go through Wharton MBA Scholarships.
Columbia Business School MBA
Need-Based Scholarships: Award amounts range from $7,500–$30,000 for those who qualify and based on funds available (amounts can sometimes be higher in certain circumstances). Of those who apply, about half receive a need-based scholarship and the average award is approximately $20,000. Although the percentage of recipients is high, students should not assume they will be awarded a need-based scholarship as these awards are not guaranteed.
The Board of Overseers China & India Fellowships: are awarded to incoming students who exhibit exceptional academic and professional promise. The board is composed of nearly 100 accomplished men and women — each a global leader in one of a wide range of industries, from financial services to manufacturing to technology to the arts.
To know more about other scholarships please go through Columbia Business School MBA Scholarships.
Chicago Booth MBA
H. Tobaccowala Fellowship: This fellowship was established by Chicago Booth alumnus and innovative, top business leader in memory of his father-a 1952 Chicago Booth graduate. The fellowship is awarded to students whose primary home is in India at the time of admission.
Ramakrishnan Family Scholarship: Funded by an endowment established by Guru Ramakrishnan, ’88, and Anupama Ramakrishnan, this scholarship gives preference to candidates who are Indian nationals.
Khosla-Booth Private Equity Fellowship: This fellowship annually supports students with demonstrated interests or backgrounds in the private equity industry. It provides students with mentorship and assistance to secure internships at private equity firms. There is a strong preference for women.
To know more about other scholarships please go through Chicago Booth MBA Scholarships.