We anticipate providing funding to approximately 15-20% of our incoming Flex MBA Program class with individual, one-time scholarship awards ranging from $2,000 to $10,000. To best position yourself for scholarship consideration, we encourage you to apply to the Flex MBA Program early. Students also often explore federally funded programs, external scholarships, and fellowship opportunities to supplement the cost of their education.
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 applicants are automatically considered upon submitting a completed application to the Georgetown MBA Program
We are a proud member school of MilitaryMBA.net - an education network for military and non-commissioned officers who are interested in obtaining and applying for their MBA graduate degrees for career advancement. Incoming students are eligible for a $20,000 scholarship through our partnership. For more information, please visit MilitaryMBA.net to learn how to complete the separate application.
Reaching Out MBA Fellowship
The purpose of the Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) Fellowship is to increase the number of students interested in promoting the empowerment and representation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and ally (LGBTQA) students applying to and enrolling in business schools. Recipients will be provided with unique opportunities to empower you to become leaders in business following graduation and become professionals who lead the way to equality in business education, in the workplace, and throughout society. Fellows will also receive admission-free access to ROMBA events, including the annual LGBTQA MBA Conference and are invited to attend a cohort retreat.
The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award
The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award is a post-service benefit earned by individuals who complete an approved term of national service in an AmeriCorps program. We are proud to be an education partner with the Segal AmeriCorps Education Award. Beginning in the summer of 2019, Full-time and Flex MBA applicants applying to start in fall 2020 and beyond, will receive an application fee waiver. Flex MBA Students who are awarded the AmeriCorps Education Award can be considered to receive a minimum of $5,000 total as a one-time only award. Georgetown McDonough anticipates being able to award 1-3 scholarships per year based on the strength of the applicant pool.
Steers Center for Global Real Estate Scholarship
Selection is based on demonstrated and expressed interest in pursuing a career within the real estate industry post-MBA. All applicants are considered upon submitting a completed application to the Georgetown MBA Program. Learn more about the Steers Center for Global Real Estate here.
To qualify for the Yellow Ribbon Program, the Department of Veterans Affairs specifies that participants must be 100 percent eligible for Post-9/11 benefits, not be on active duty or receiving transferred benefits from a spouse on active duty, be enrolled in a degree-seeking program, and accrue a total tuition and fees amount that is more than the Post-9/11 private tuition maximum for an academic year. Each year eligible graduate business students receive $15,000 from Georgetown McDonough, which is matched by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for a total of $30,000 in funding per year. For more information, please contact the Veterans Office at 202-687-2708 or email@example.com.
Need-based Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Services attempts to assist qualified applicants who have financial eligibility to meet their educational and living costs. All U.S. citizens and permanent residents may be considered for federally funded programs. International students should inquire about financial support from the government of their home country or international private lenders, as they are not eligible for federal funding from the United States.