Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance (HEA) Yale Scholar Program (Fully Funded MBA Scholarship for Study in Yale, USA).

Application Deadline: December 30, 2016

The Yale Scholar Program is a full-tuition plus fees award for Africa’s entrepreneurial leaders wishing to pursue a two year MBA at the Yale School of Management starting in September 2017.

Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance is a platform for highly educated young African social, business and political entrepreneurs, attending leading universities in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.

Benefits

  • Full-tuition plus fees to attend the MBA program at the Yale School of Management,
    starting in September 2017
  • Access to Harambeans, mentors, Angel & VC funds, pro bono legal services, fellowships
    and corporate internships
  • Invitation to Harambe Bretton Woods Symposium and intimate sessions with influential private and public sector leaders around the world

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Born in Africa and current passport holders of an African country
  • Exhibited entrepreneurial leadership in their field of interest
  • Two or more years of work experience
  • Hold a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent
  • Candidates must arrange to have official university transcripts, letters of recommendation and standardized test scores arrive at Yale School of Management by the appropriate application deadline.

Applications and Deadline:

  • Candidates must apply and be admitted to both Harambe and Yale School of Management
  • Candidates must complete online HEA Application by December 30, 2016
    www.healliance.org/join
  • Candidates must complete online Yale School of Management Application
    by January 10, 2017 admissions.som.yale.edu/apply/
  • Scholarship recipient will receive notification by March 31, 2017

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance (HEA) Yale Scholar Program

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