Find Business Administration Scholarships
Business administration scholarships can help you pay for college. In 2013, undergraduates will find a lot of business schools offering substantial scholarships. For those studying for a Master of Business Administration (MBA), there are seldom grants and scholarships that cover the entire cost of MBA tuition and fees. Many scholarships for business administration require an essay. Common questions include the students’ thoughts about their career after completing their degrees in business administration. We recommend the following book for students to contemplate where they see themselves after graduating: Great Jobs for Business Majors (Great Jobs for … Majors)
Undergraduate Scholarships for Business Administration
Hispanic undergraduate students in their junior or senior year of college should consider applying for the ¡Adelante! Scholarship if they are studying any of the following disciplines: international business, general business, economics, finance, accounting, marketing, public relations, general communications, or sales. It offers $3,000. Application time opens in February.
The Gary and Barbara Ames School of Business Administration Scholarship is for minority (especially Hispanic and Black) students at Portland State University with a 3.5 GPA and a demonstrated financial aid.
There are other scholarships available to minorities studying business administration, such as the Comerica, Inc Minority Scholarships.
Manhattan College offers a large number of business scholarships to its students. Some are for students from a specific area, while others are more broad-based.
The American Marketing Association 311 S. Wacker Drive, Suite 5800 – Chicago, IL 60606 – Tel: (800) AMA-1150 or (312) 542-9000 is another source of scholarships for business administration students.
MBA candidates should still complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) forms in January before starting studies in the fall, since many MBA scholarships are need-based. Even low-interest student loans to help MBA students pay for studies generally require evidence of financial need, so the FAFSA forms are a must.
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation awards the Woodbury University’s Matching Scholarship Program. Although this is not specifically an MBA scholarship, students pursuing a graduate degree are eligible in a number of disciplines in which the entertainment industry is involved. This includes MBAs.
MBA students may qualify for the Human Studies Fellowships. Awards range from $2,000 to $15,000. Candidates can qualify if their MBA studies have a focus on the principles, practices, and institutions necessary in a free society. Past scholars have researched tops such as the free market and environmental policy and impediments to economic growth in developing countries.