Scholarships for Full-time MBA Students
Georgetown offers merit scholarships to students who have given up their jobs to pursue graduate education on a full-time basis.
More than $1.5 million is available to MBA applicants through merit-based scholarships. With the goal of recruiting top talent, scholarship recipients are selected from the Georgetown Full-time MBA Program's pool of applicants based on academic performance, work experience, the evaluative interview, and other qualitative parts of the application.
Georgetown MBA Merit Scholarship
The McDonough School of Business awards scholarships based an applicant’s academic, personal, and professional accomplishments. Recipients will demonstrate ethical leadership, academic accomplishment, and professional achievements through their application and interview for the MBA program. They typically show a commitment to service to others through past and current activities.
All Georgetown MBA Program applicants automatically are considered for a merit-based scholarship and do not need to submit any additional materials to be considered. Prospective students are encouraged to apply early to best position themselves for scholarship consideration. Scholarship notification is included in an applicant’s admissions decision letter.
Designations for Forté, NSHMBA, and Consortium Fellowships are determined at the same time scholarship decisions are made.
John F. Connelly Scholarship
The Georgetown MBA John F. Connelly Scholars Program is an endowed scholarship program established to recognize an elite group of students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, professional excellence, and leadership in their community. The Connelly Scholars Program provides special programming, mentoring, and leadership development. Connelly Scholars are encouraged to be active members of the Georgetown MBA student leadership community and ultimately participate in the Georgetown alumni community. All incoming students are eligible and automatically considered for this award.
Candidates are reviewed by a committee of Connelly Foundation board members and Georgetown University MBA Program administrators. Scholarship recipients receive a full tuition scholarship for both years of study. All admitted students are reviewed for consideration.
Funded through a partnership with Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc., the Toyota Scholarship recognizes successful undergraduate academic work and at least four years of professional achievement. The recipient will have an anticipated concentration in marketing, strategy, or finance; is a citizen or permanent resident of the United States; has had at least four consecutive years of (non-internship) work experience; and has an undergraduate GPA of 3.3 or better. Eligible candidates are automatically considered for this award.
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has become the 18th member of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management [http://www.cgsm.org/]. Selected by The Consortium’s prestigious member institutions, this invitation serves as a testament to Georgetown McDonough’s reputation among peer institutions as a leader in diversity, recruiting, and academic quality. For employers who are looking for great diverse talent, the addition of Georgetown University McDonough provides an opportunity for expanded corporate recruiting relationships and opportunities, both on campus and off.
Learn more about the Consortium [http://www.cgsm.org/students/prospective-students/].