Harvard Business School will create free places for low-income students. Every year, 200 students who don’t have money for education, which costs $76,000 a year, will be able to study at the school for free.

Harvard Business School will create free places for low-income students

The dean of the school, Srikant Datar, spoke about the creation of free places at the Harvard Business School (HBS).

Low-income candidates will be able to apply for free places. They will be evaluated according to criteria: income from the last three years, family situation, unpaid study obligations, possession of assets. Free students will have to pay for insurance and accommodation. These expenses are estimated at $35,000 per year.

HBS is one of the world’s most prestigious institutions for business training. Tuition for some programs at the school, which lasts two years, costs $76,000 a year.

The debt of US citizens for studying in universities is estimated at 1.6 trillion dollars. The US authorities speak of this as a serious problem, while introducing incentives for the payment of debts. Universities, notably HBS, spend $45 million a year on student scholarships to support poor students.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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