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Last Updated Mar 28, 2017 by

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Prodigy Finance Marks 10th Anniversary by Giving Out $10,000 Scholarships

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, international loan provider Prodigy Finance this month announced a new scholarship program to benefit international students who are accepted to study at business and engineering schools in the United States and the United Kingdom and chose Prodigy as their loan provider. Five fortunate MBA students... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 13, 2017 by

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Free Webinar: How Will You Finance Your MBA Abroad?

Do you have questions about how you can fund your MBA abroad? Sign up for a live online info session with Prodigy Finance in partnership with Clear Admit to learn about how to finance your studies with a Prodigy Finance international student loan. Register Now How Will You Finance Your MBA Abroad? Wednesday,... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 2, 2017 by

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Stern to Award $1M in “Advancing Women in Business” Scholarships to Class of 2019 Students

NYU Stern School of Business today announced that it is establishing a new merit-based scholarship for students who demonstrate “a deep and abiding commitment to advancing women in business.” The “Advancing Women in Business” scholarships, available to incoming full-time MBA students, will cover the first year of tuition and mandatory... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 1, 2016 by

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Alumni Gift Slashes Tuition for NYU Stern Veteran, Active Duty MBA Students

After two Marine Corps deployments to Afghanistan—as commander first to a rifle platoon and second to an anti-armor platoon—Bryan Coughlin was moved to Quantico, VA, to teach leadership tactics to newly commissioned officers. After three years in Virginia, and with a growing family, Coughlin wanted to transition into finance and... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 21, 2016 by

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Stanford GSB Introduces USA MBA Fellowship, Inaugural Year to Focus on Midwest

Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) this year has launched a new USA MBA Fellowship program, which will provide financial assistance to MBA students committed to improving economically impoverished areas in the United States. In its inaugural year, the fellowship will focus on the Midwest, covering tuition and associated fees (amounting to approximately $160,000 over... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 16, 2016 by

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Chicago’s McGowan Charitable Fund Announces 7th Class of Fellows

Since 2010, the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund has been naming 10 outstanding second-year MBA students as members of its annual class of McGowan Fellows. The fund was created and named in honor of William G. McGowan, an American business leader and founder of MCI Communications, following his passing in 1992. The... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 12, 2016 by

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Yale SOM Waives Application Fees For Forté MBALaunchers, MLT MBA Prep Fellows

In the days leading up to Wednesday’s first round MBA application deadline for the Yale School of Management (SOM), the school has announced a unique opportunity for all Forté MBALaunchers and Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) MBA Prep Fellows. All application fees for corresponding applicants will be waived for the 2016-17 cycle.... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 9, 2016 by

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New Court Decision Allows MBA Tax Deductions

Thanks to a recent court decision in the case of Kopaigora v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, students enrolled in an MBA program—particularly an Executive MBA (EMBA)—can now deduct more education expenses from their taxes. While the case can’t be appealed or formerly cited as precedent, there’s no doubt that the... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 6, 2016 by

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Prodigy Finance Launches New International MBA Scholarship Program, Five Students to Qualify for $20,000 Each

International community lender Prodigy Finance recently announced a new scholarship program for students accepted to study at U.K. and U.S. business schools. Open to all students who use Prodigy Finance to help fund their postgraduate degree in either the United States or the United Kingdom, the scholarship will provide five... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 17, 2016 by

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Foster School MBA Offers Outstanding Value

There’s no reason a top MBA program can’t be affordable. While the average MBA student debt exceeds $100,000 for many top-ranked schools, that’s not the case at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business. MBA graduates from the Foster School can expect just $35,104 in debt; that’s over $3,000 less... Read more »

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