MIT Sloan Fellows MBA Program announces scholarship for excellence in entrepreneurship for social impact in India
Scholarship funded and instituted by current MIT Sloan Fellow
The MIT Sloan School of Management recently announced the creation of the Action, Innovation & Motivation (AIM) Scholarship for graduates of the MIT Sloan Fellows MBA Program. The scholarship has been funded and instituted by current MIT Sloan Fellow, Shweta Aprameya, SFMBA ’19, to support Sloan Fellows conducting social impact projects in India.
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