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Just for a quick reference, you can go to the BusinessWeek Rankings for 2006, and it will give an idea of the average scholarship given for the class of 2006 for each school, and it will give the number of full tuition scholarships to be awarded the upcoming school year. Now, I'm not sure if that means the number of full tuition scholarships for only incoming classes, or the total number in both first and second year students. I think its only for incoming students, because Cornell is listed at 25, and I think that's how many Park Fellowships they give out a year. But, I could be wrong, because Emory lists 31, and I can't believe that 1 of every 6 students would get a full tuition scholarship.
EDIT: And Washington Univ. (Olin) says it gives 45 full tuition scholarships. That's A LOT!
Last edited by emoryhopeful on 10 Oct 2007, 09:36, edited 1 time in total.
Reviving this thread to update with Haas' scholarship info:
They give out merit scholarships and "achievement" (against all odds) scholarships to less than 10% of the admits (according to their websites). They do give out some need-based scholarships for up to 17% of the students, I think. _________________
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