A.H. Tobaccowala Fellowship - This fellowship was established by Chicago Booth alumnus and innovative, top business leader in memory of his father -- a 1952 Chicago Booth graduate. The fellowship is awarded to students whose primary home is in India at the time of admission.
Chicago Booth Mexico Opportunity Scholarship - This scholarship
gives preference to Mexican graduates of Mexican universities who have a
demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship and in supporting and
contributing to the advancement of the Mexican economy as both a student
Dennis W. and Jane B. Carlton Fellowship - This annual full
tuition fellowship was established for students from Israel,
particularly those who have served in the Israeli military. It includes a
stipend, mentoring, and professional development from business leaders
in the Chicago area, facilitated by the Jewish United Federation.
Recipients of this fellowship are expected to return to reside in Israel
within five years of graduation.
Ehara Scholarship - Established by John Ehara, ’78, cofounder of
Unison Capital, this award provides annual expendable scholarship
support with preference to candidates from Japan or those who are likely
to advance the interests of Japan.
Mihail Ivanov Memorial Scholarship - This award provides
expendable scholarship support to one first year student who
demonstrates superior academic performance as determined by the
Admissions Committee. The scholarship gives preference to candidates who
reside in Eastern Europe, who have lived in Eastern Europe for at least
three years during their lifetime, or who are graduates of any college
or university in Eastern Europe.
The Nelson Germanos Fellowship - This fellowship is awarded to students with a demonstrated multinational, multicultural life focus and an interest in sharing knowledge generously; as well as very high ethical standards. There is a preference for students from Brazil.
Ramakrishnan Family Scholarship - Funded by an endowment established by Guru Ramakrishnan, ’88, and Anupama Ramakrishnan, this scholarship gives preference to candidates who are Indian nationals.
The above is a sample of available awards.