Financial Aid for Top Business Schools

Information about Financial Aid program for top business schools:

Harvard Business School - Approximately 75% of Harvard Business School students receive some form of financial assistance, which is composed of a combination of fellowships and loans. Nearly 50% of the Class of 2009 received an average $22,000 per year in need-based HBS Fellowships.

Columbia Business School - The School’s financial aid program is designed to help applicants finance the MBA degree program and recognize students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement. It is available in the form of merit-based fellowships, need- and merit-based scholarships and federal, institutional and private low-interest loans.

Stanford University Graduate School of Business - The School provides not only need-based fellowships and loans, but also non-need based loans to all students who qualify for assistance, including permanent residents and international students. Approximately one-half of the MBA students receive fellowship funds, and more than two-thirds borrow to finance their MBA.

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business - The School assists all admitted students in financing their MBA, regardless of citizenship. Financing is available for all admitted students in the form of student loans and merit-based scholarships and fellowships only.

Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University - The Tepper School of Business Student Finance Office administers a variety of federal, state, institutional, and private student financial assistance programs to assist graduate students in meeting the cost of attendance. Financial Assistance Options include: MBA Dean's Scholarship; MBA and MSCF Merit Scholarship; Incoming Student Fellowships; TMS Monthly Payment Plan; Federal Direct Stafford Loans; etc.

Emory University Goizueta Business School - Emory University’s Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting students with the process of obtaining the financial resources necessary to pursue the MBA. A variety of student loans are available for both domestic and international students. Students can borrow up to the budgeted cost of attendance less any scholarships.

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