Win a $60,000 MBA Scholarship with Lally Innovation competition

Started by MyInfoStride, Nov 19, 2009, 10:04 AM


The Lally School of Management and Technology, respected as one of the top MBA programs in the world, graduates technologically sophisticated business leaders who are prepared to guide their organizations in the integration of technology for new products, businesses, and systems. An MBA, an Executive MBA, a Master of Science and a Ph.D. program are offered. The Lally MBA program prepares business leaders with the skills and thinking that are essential for meeting the day-to-day, real-world challenges of running a business within the evolving dynamics of the global economy.

Step1: Idea Submission
Lally faculty will review the venture submissions and promote the most viable ideas to the semi-finals.

Step2: Public Voting
Public voting will begin on the semi-finalists. The polls will be open for two weeks. Get out there and solicit votes for your projects!

Step3: Winner Announcement
The finalists will be selected by a panel of regional entrepreneurs and Lally faculty. The public vote will provide a component of the final decision.

Step4: Scholarship Review
Your MBA application will be reviewed and your scholarship derived from the strength of your application, including work experience, GMAT scores, essays and interview.

Are you a dedicated problem solver?

Have a product idea?

Like a challenging environment?

Then, you are advised to be part of it!

To qualify for the Lally Innovation Competition, contestants and the proposed innovation must meet the following criteria:
    * Participants must be eligible to be considered for the Lally MBA program as an applicant, e.g., must have a degree from a 4-year university or college in the world.
    * To be considered for the contest, participants must have submitted their application to the Lally School of Management and Technology's full-time MBA Program.
    * Participants must be the principal owner of the idea or venture. Contestants may seek advice from mentors or outside experts, but the venture must be entirely led by the individual.
    * Participants may submit only one idea per competition round.
    * Whether it is a for-profit business or a non-profit organization, the venture must be financially viable.
    * The venture must be scalable and anticipate potential growth of the organization.
    * The venture, if already established, cannot be more than two years in existence.

Deadline: December 15, 2009

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