October 6, 2000

Consortium of Twelve Top Business Schools Offering Full-Tuition MBA Scholarships for Minorities

January 15th, 2001 is the deadline for African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and Native Americans looking to receive 100% funding for an MBA at one of the country's most prestigious business schools.

The Consortium For Graduate Study in Management (CGSM) is an organization of 12 of the nation's top 25 business schools. CGSM plans to provide approximately 300 new scholarships next year. There are currently more scholarships than qualified applicants. The Consortium invites applications from African-, Hispanic- and Native Americans who are seriously considering business careers, and who can meet the admissions qualifications for a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program at a top business school.

Over the next several months the Consortium will be recruiting in many major cities. For details and information contact the Consortium by phone at 1-888-658-6814 or by visiting its website: http://www.cgsm.org/. Timing is everything; therefore, apply now and get an early start on meeting the January 15, 2001 deadline for application.

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