While the majority of our Fellows are MBA candidates, the Toigo Fellowship is also open to diverse graduate students focused on joint degree programs combining the MBA with other disciplines such as Real Estate, Public Policy or JD.
The Fellowship is focused on driving change within finance. That means diverse, under represented men and women at the table where capital decisions are made. Toigo Fellowship eligibility requirements are:
You plan to…
|Pursue a career in finance post-graduation.
Accepted and will enroll in an accredited U.S.-based two-year, full-time program:*
–MBA program (starting in Fall 2019 for graduation Class of 2021)
–Masters in Real Estate (MRE) (Class of 2021)
–JD/MBA candidate – apply the year you’re starting the MBA portion of your joint degree (Class of 2021)
A minority as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor (i.e., African American, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/ Latino, Native American/Alaska Native and/or South Asian American)
U.S. citizen or a permanent resident.**
*Since the Toigo application deadline coincides with some school application cycles, you don’t have to be accepted into a program to apply. However, in order to become a Fellow, you will need that acceptance—and of course enrollment—in a graduate program as outlined above.
**We require applicants to self-identify whether their status is eligible for the Fellowship Program. We cannot advise on eligibility based on visa status, please review our requirements and Fellowship commitments.