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Stanford Ignite - Polytechnique Program

The Paris-based Stanford Ignite - Polytechnique Program is offered by Ecole polytechnique in partnership with Stanford Graduate School of Business, one of the leading institutions in innovation and entrepreneurship in United States.

Through a combination of in-person instruction as well as live sessions delivered by distance-learning technology, the Stanford Ignite - Polytechnique Program is open to innovators all across Europe.

Eligibility: Graduate Students
Current graduate students (master’s, MD, PhD, or post-doc) may apply. Applicants must be studying nonbusiness fields; MBAs or other graduate management students are not eligible.

A minimum of a BA or BS degree (advanced degree preferred) and some professional experience is required. Participants must be able to attend all sessions. Applicants with MBAs, graduate degrees in management, and/or extensive managerial training are not eligible.

This fee includes tuition, course materials, some meals, and program events.
> 2014 tuition: US $10,000 or €7000

A limited number of full-tuition, merit-based scholarships are available. Applicants who apply by 30 June 2014 and are accepted in the program, will be eligible to apply for a scholarship.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit all materials as soon as possible. To be considered for admission, a complete application will include:
> Online application form, resume, and a series of short essays
> Two letters of recommendation

Application Deadline
Early Deadline: 30 Jun 2014
Late Deadline: 14 Jul 2014

Applicants that apply by 30 June and are accepted into the program can apply for a full-tuition, merit-based scholarship.

Applications will not be accepted after the above application deadline.

> Additional information available on the Stanford GSB website