The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has launched a fellowship program for applicants of the Global MBA.
Members of the "Carey Business Fellows" initiative will receive full tuition for program and a $18,000 stipend for one year and two years if they remain in good standing.
"Nearly every industry today faces challenges in attracting the best talent. The same is true for business education," said Bernie Ferrari, dean of the Carey Business School. "The Carey Business School Global MBA is an innovative program, and we believe the Carey Business Fellows initiative will make our program even more inviting for the best students."
Eligible candidates must have at least four years of professional experience, a cumulative GPA of 3.3 from an accredited institution and an overall GMAT score of 680 or above.
Up to eight successful candidates will be named for the Fall 2017 MBA class.
The Johns Hopkins University's business school was founded in 2007. With campuses in Baltimore and Washington D.C., it is in the process of seeking the AACSB accreditation.