The program accepts highly qualified undergraduates who want to study business and requires that they work for a minimum of one year and nine months after graduating college and before beginning their MBA studies at the ISB—participants receive guaranteed admission into the one-year MBA program.
YLP participants will attend “contact programmes” (programs that focus on networking and career opportunities) at the ISB every six months during the work period. YLP students will also participate in the school’s cutting edge learning and mentoring program.
These select students will also be eligible for need- and merit-based scholarships upon entering the MBA program. The participants will account for about 10% of admitted ISB students each year.
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