Title Eligibility
The ideal candidate will have excelled academically and distinguished him or herself with accomplishments showing both leadership and a commitment to the Israeli society. The Carlton Fellowship is intended for candidates who have lived in Israel for at least three years during their lifetime. Preference is given to those who served in the Israel Defense Forces. Candidates should intend to return to Israel within five years of earning their MBA degree.
Applicants admitted to the University of Chicago Booth School of Business Full-Time MBA program in Round 1 or Round 2 may apply for the Carlton Fellowship. An additional Carlton Fellowship application, including an essay question, must be submitted. The Fellowship will be awarded based on a review of all materials submitted by the applicants, including their application to the -Time MBA Program and their additional Carlton Fellowship application. Students admitted to the Booth Full-Time program will be able to access the Fellowship application materials online upon admission.

To learn more about the Chicago Booth Full-Time MBA application process, please visit Chicago Booth's Admission Section.
Side Eligibility