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Stanford will give you a free MBA (if you take a job in the Midwest)

CHICAGO — A new fellowship at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business will cover the cost of an MBA for up to three students. The catch? They must agree to live and work in the Midwest once they graduate. The fellowship will cover tuition and associated fees at Stanford GSB (approximately $160,000 over the two year program) for up to three MBA students who have financial need and "strong ties" to the Midwest.
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