Full-Time MBA Students
You are considered for scholarships when you apply to the Full-Time MBA Program, and you are notified of any award when you are admitted. This applies to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and international students.
No separate application is required.
Awards are based on academic ability, professional and personal achievements, and potential to contribute to our community.
Scholarships range from $5,000 to full tuition.
The Ross Financial Aid office also posts various specific scholarship opportunities throughout the year. Target email notifications will be sent to you when scholarship opportunities are available.
My Scholarship Profile is a form on Wolverine Access where you can submit information about yourself to be used in identifying your eligibility for certain university scholarships. Completing your scholarship profile will not guarantee that you qualify for a specific scholarship, but it ensures that you will be in a pool for consideration.
In addition to these general scholarships, Ross also offers scholarships for admitted students interested in specific areas:
The Tauber Institute for Global Operations offers a number of scholarships to students in that program.
No separate application is required (although you must be admitted to the program).
All students are considered.
Award recipients are notified of selection after admission to the program.
The Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise offers MBA/MS students funding, awarded both before enrolling at UM (recruitment scholarships) and after joining the dual degree program (various achievement awards and fellowships).
For recruitment scholarships, you may apply once you have been admitted to either Ross or the School of Natural Resources and Environment, and have submitted a complete application to the other school. Award notifications are usually made within one month of application.
Achievement awards, summer internship support, and fellowships are available to MBA/MS students at various times throughout the three-year program, and most require separate applications. Details are available at http://erb.umich.edu/prospectives/financial-aid/erb-funding-prospective/.
For additional information or questions regarding financial aid, please contact the Ross Financial Aid Office at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Degree Programs
Private Scholarships For All Programs
Ross is notified throughout the year of outside scholarship opportunities. Private scholarships are offered each year by a variety of corporate, professional, trade, government, civic, religious, social, and fraternal organizations. These scholarships can range in amount from small honorariums to thousands of dollars. To be considered, you must meet the eligibility criteria specified by the donor or sponsor and may need to complete a scholarship application.
Current opportunities are listed here. While every effort has been made to present correct data about the scholarships listed, we recommend that you contact the sponsors directly to confirm the information.
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