What’s common to the MBA programs listed below ? They are all part of the Consortium, an organization dedicated to promoting diversity in American business. They are a useful resources to anyone who’s committed to the Consortium goals, focusing historically on prospective MBA students who are African American, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans.

Consider the MBA Consortium Scholarship

What are the benefits of becoming a Consortium member ?

  • Each year, member schools offer hundreds of merit-based fellowships to Consortium members
  • The common application can save hundreds of dollars in application fees
    Historically, nearly 70 percent of admitted members receive a full-tuition fellowship
  • Member schools are top-tier business schools only
  • Lifelong networking opportunities
  • Early access to corporate recruiters at our Annual Orientation Program & Career Forum and members gain access to top companies through our online database

And here’s the list of member schools…

  • Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
  • Cornell University, The Johnson School
  • Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business
  • Emory University, Goizueta Business School
  • Indiana University-Bloomington, Kelley School of Business
  • University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Stephen M. Ross School of Business
  • New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan-Flagler Business School
  • University of Rochester, Simon Graduate School of Business
  • University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
  • The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business
  • University of Virginia, Darden School of Business
  • Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Business School
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin School of Business
  • Yale University, Yale School of Management

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