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All applicants are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. No separate application is required. Merit scholarship recipients are notified at the same time that they are admitted. View a list of scholarships.

In addition, many outside sources provide academic scholarships. Some employers may offer scholarship assistance, as do industry associations, foundations, fraternal organizations, clubs, athletic organizations, and ethnic associations. View a list of useful resources for students seeking outside funding.

 

Scholarships

General Merit Scholarships
 

Joseph Wright Alsop (PhB 1898) Memorial Scholarship
The Joseph Wright Alsop (PhB 1898) Memorial Scholarship was established in 1976 to honor the memory of Mr. Alsop, who was an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1898 and president of the Covenant Group.

Shanna and Eric Bass '05 MBA Scholarship
This general merit scholarship was established by Shanna and Eric Bass '05 for students within the Yale School of Management.

The Professor David Berg Leadership Scholarship
The Professor David Berg Leadership Scholarship was established anonymously in 2006 to honor David Berg, who was a professor at Yale SOM from 1977 to 1992. This annual scholarship is awarded to support an incoming student who has demonstrated, in his or her years since college graduation, a commitment to improving both the humaneness and effectiveness of organizational life through personal and institutional self-scrutiny.

Donald G. Borg (BA 1928) Fellowship
The Donald G. Borg Fellowship was established in 1977 to honor the memory of Mr. Borg, who was an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1928.

George G. Brooks, Jr. (BA 1931) Fellowship
The George G. Brooks, Jr. Fellowship was established in 1977 to honor the memory of Mr. Brooks, who was an alumnus of the Yale College Class of 1931.

John G. Conley (1985) Scholarship
The John G. Conley Scholarship was established in 2005 by Mr. Conley, an alumnus of the Yale SOM Class of 1985.

H. Stuart Harrison (BA 1932) Fellowship
The H. Stuart Harrison Fellowship was established in 1980 by Mr. Harrison, who was an alumnus of the Yale College Class of 1932.

Irene A. Loukides Scholarship
The Irene A. Loukides Scholarship was established in 2003 to honor the memory of Ms. Loukides, a longtime Yale SOM employee and an enthusiastic, dedicated supporter of the school.

David I. Mazer Scholarship
The David I. Mazer Scholarship was established in 1979 by Mr. Mazer, an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1950.

H. Hugh McConnell Scholarship
The H. Hugh McConnell Scholarship was established in 1960 to honor the memory of Mr. McConnell, who was an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1932.

Betsy R. Pace '80 and William B. Pace '80 Scholarship
The Betsy R. Pace '80 and William B. Pace '80 Scholarship was established in 2004. Mrs. Pace is a partner at Spark & Kindling and Mr. Pace is a senior fellow at Civic Ventures who also serves on the Yale Center for Customer Insights Advisory Board.

Donald Rappaport '47 and Susan Rappaport Scholarship
The Donald Rappaport ’47 and Susan Rappaport Scholarship, established in 2007, is awarded to first-year students.

John F. Riddell (PhB 1913) Memorial Fellowship
The John F. Riddell Memorial Fellowship was established in 1979 to honor the memory of Mr. Riddell, who was an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1913 and the owner of the Riddell Petroleum Company in New York.

Richard A. Robertson III (PhB 1921) Fellowship
The Richard A. Robertson III Fellowship was established in 1977 to honor the memory of Mr. Robertson, an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1921.

Samuel B. Sutphin (PhB 1899) Fellowship
This fellowship was established in 1984 in memory of Mr. Samuel B. Sutphin, an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1899, by his son, Dudley V. Sutphin, a graduate of the Yale Class of 1937.

Scholarships by Area of Interest
 

Frederick Frank (BA 1954) Fellowships for Language Study
The Frederick Frank Fellowships for Language Study were established in 1992 by Mr. Frank YC '54, vice chairman of Burrill & Company and a member of the Yale SOM Board of Advisors. Mr. Frank established the scholarships to encourage and help students to prepare for leadership positions in a world where national borders are giving way to a truly global economy.

Jess Morrow Johns (BA 1947) Memorial Scholarship for Advertising and Marketing
The Jess Morrow Johns Memorial Scholarship for Advertising and Marketing was established in 1983 to honor the memory of Mr. Johns, an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1947. The scholarship is awarded to students in the field of advertising or marketing.

Joseph C. McNay (BA 1956) Fellowship in Finance
The Joseph C. McNay Fellowship in Finance was established in 1987 by Mr. McNay YC '56, chairman, chief investment officer, and managing principal of Essex Investment Management Company. The scholarship is awarded to students in the field of finance.

The Jane Mendillo YC '80, MBA '84 and Ralph Earle MBA '84 Scholarship
Established in 2009 by Yale SOM alumni Jane Mendillo and Ralph Earle, both from the Class of 1984, this scholarship is awarded to Yale SOM students pursuing studies with a focus on finance and/or the environment.

Paolo Zannoni Scholarship
Established in 2009 by Paolo Zannoni MA/MPhil in Political Science '87, this scholarship is awarded to second-year Yale SOM students with a preference given to those with an interest in the intersection between government and the economy. Students who have been awarded a merit-based scholarship as first-year students are eligible for this award.

Diversity Scholarships
 

Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management Fellowship
The mission of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is to enhance diversity in American business by helping to reduce the serious underrepresentation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in both its member schools’ enrollments and the ranks of management. Candidates with a demonstrated commitment to the Consortium’s mission are encouraged to apply to SOM through the Consortium application. Candidates who are accepted to SOM through the Consortium application process are considered for full-tuition fellowships for their two years of full-time MBA study. Additionally, Consortium students benefit from ongoing professional development opportunities.

Edward J. De La Rosa and Elaine F. Tumonis Scholarship
Established in 2007 by Edward J. De La Rosa ’81 and his wife, Elaine F. Tumonis YC ’80, this scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the MBA program with a preference given to Hispanic students.

Hechinger Scholarship
John W. Hechinger, an alumnus of the Yale Class of 1941, established the scholarship at the Yale School of Management in 1983. The scholarship is awarded to students from the metro Washington, D.C., area, with a preference for students of African-American descent.

National Society of Hispanic MBAs UPP Scholarship
In 2009, the Yale School of Management teamed up with the National Society of Hispanic MBAs as part of its University Partnership Program (UPP). In hopes of increasing the number of Hispanic students completing MBAs, this partial to full-tuition scholarship is awarded to outstanding, incoming Hispanic students and incoming students with a demonstrated commitment to the Hispanic community.

Scholarships for Women
 

Forté Foundation Fellowship
The Forté Fellows program is administered by the Forté Foundation, whose mission is to substantially increase the number of women business owners and leaders by increasing the flow of women into key educational gateways and business networks.

Janet "Ginger" Gelb Scholarship
The Janet "Ginger" Gelb Scholarship was established in 1992 to honor the memory of Ms. Gelb, who was a Yale SOM alumna of the Class of 1984. The scholarship is awarded to women of particular promise at Yale SOM.

Joint-Degree Scholarships
 

Michael P. Dowling Scholarship
The Michael P. Dowling Scholarship was established in 1993 by Mr. Dowling, who received his BS from Yale College in 1974 and his MPPM/MFS from the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in 1982. Mr. Dowling is president of the Dowling Foundation, which works primarily on natural resources and quality of life issues. He is also a founding partner of Western Ranchland Investors, generators of conservation development solutions for threatened agricultural and natural landscapes. The scholarship is awarded alternately by the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies to a joint degree student.

Emmett Family Fellowship
The Emmett Family Fellowship, established in 2009, is awarded to third-year students enrolled in the joint degree program between the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

Frederick V. Ernst '60 Scholarship
Established in 2009 by Yale graduate Frederick V. Ernst YC ’60, this scholarship is awarded to students pursuing the three-year joint degree program between the Yale School of Management and the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

Jacqueline C. and John P. Hullar Scholarship
Established in 2008 by Jacqueline C. YC '79 and John P. Hullar YC '79, this scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the joint degree program between the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

Carl W. Knobloch, Jr. Fellowship
Established in 2010 by Carl W. Knobloch, Jr. YC '51, this scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the joint degree program between the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

PETAL Foundation Scholarship
The PETAL Foundation Scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the joint degree program between the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies who are residents of any non-OECD (emerging market) country.

David and Karen Sobotka Scholarship
Established in 2010 by Karen and David Sobotka YC '78, the scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the joint degree program between the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

Various Joint-Degree Programs
 

Sheldon L. Sussman Family Scholarship
Established in 2010 by Sheldon L. Sussman, a graduate of the Yale School of Public Health ('80) and the Yale School of Management ('83) and his wife Susan Zimny, this scholarship is awarded to an MBA student seeking a joint degree in any of the following fields: environment, healthcare, medicine, or drama.

Regional
 

Frederick T. Holliday (PhB 1920) and Frederick T. Holliday, Jr. (BA 1945) Memorial Scholarship
The Frederick T. Holliday and Frederick T. Holliday, Jr. Memorial Scholarship was established in 1963 to honor the memories of Mr. Holliday and his son, graduates of the Yale Class of 1920 and 1945, respectively. The scholarship is awarded to students from Indiana or bordering states.

G. Harold Welch Scholarship
The G. Harold Welch Scholarship was established in 1987 by Mr. Welch to bring together Yale and the New Haven community by providing financial assistance to an incoming student from the New Haven area.

United States & International
 

The Sim Family Foundation Scholarship
Established in 2011 by H. Boon Sim '92, the Sim Family Foundation Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship, with preference given to students from the Pacific Rim (including the Western United States, Canada, and South America) with non-traditional backgrounds.

Regional: International
 

Laura Cha (Shi Mei Lun) Scholarship
The Laura Cha (Shi Mei Lun) Scholarship at the Yale School of Management was established by Mrs. Laura Cha, deputy chairman of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and former vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. This scholarship supports a promising MBA student from mainland China with financial need and provides full tuition support for each of the two years of Yale SOM’s MBA program.

Chapman Scholarship
Established by Steven Chapman '85, this general merit scholarship is awarded to MBA students at Yale SOM with a preference given to students from Africa, China, India, Russia, or the Commonwealth of Independent States.

YQ Scholarship
Established by Mr. Yongqiang Qian ’00, the YQ Scholarship at the Yale School of Management awards half-tuition scholarships to MBA students from mainland China who demonstrate need and have graduated from a high school in mainland China.

Kevin Y. Zhang Scholarship
The Kevin Y. Zhang Scholarship, offered since 2006, is designed to increase the international diversity of the student body by offering quarter-tuition scholarships for first-year students of exceptional merit from mainland China who demonstrate financial need.

Silver Scholars Program Scholarships
 

Roberts W. Brokaw (YC ’72, GRD ’72) Free-Enterprise Scholarship
Mr. Brokaw YC '72, GRD '72 established the scholarship in 2004 to support recent college graduates of exceptional promise and creativity who, as MBA candidates, are selected for the Silver Scholars program at Yale SOM and who have plans to pursue studies related to the corporate sector.

George G. Brooks, Jr. (BA 1931) Fellowship
The George G. Brooks, Jr. Fellowship was established in 1977 to honor the memory of Mr. Brooks, who was an alumnus of the Yale College Class of 1931.

Robert C. Busch (Class of 1954) Scholarship
Mr. Busch established the Robert C. Busch (Class of 1954) Scholarship in 2004 in honor of his 50th Yale College Reunion. The scholarship supports recent college graduates of exceptional promise and creativity who, as MBA candidates, are selected for the Silver Scholars program at the Yale School of Management.

U.S. Military
 

Bank of America Scholarship
Established in 2012 by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, this merit-based scholarship is intended to recognize service to the United States, with a primary preference for honorably discharged U.S. veterans and a secondary preference for students who worked in the nonprofit sector in the United States prior to studying at Yale SOM.

Yale SOM Veterans Scholarship
The Yale SOM Veterans Scholarship was established in 2012 by a Yale College alumnus to support MBA students who are U.S. veterans, with a preference given to those who served tours of duty in Iraq and/or Afghanistan since September 11, 2001.

West Point Memorandum of Agreement
Given the nature of educational excellence at the United States Military Academy (USMA) and the Yale School of Management, the schools have entered into an agreement by which up to two active-duty military officers designated for three-year teaching positions at the USMA will receive a significantly reduced tuition to earn their MBAs at Yale SOM.

Other
 

Teach For America Scholarship
Given their similar missions and common interest in developing leaders who will improve the world around them, the Yale School of Management and Teach for America (TFA) have teamed up to establish a merit scholarship for a qualified TFA alumnus to attend Yale SOM.
 


 

 



Additional Funding

Many outside sources provide academic scholarships. Some employers may offer scholarship assistance, as do industry associations, foundations, fraternal organizations, clubs, athletic organizations, and ethnic associations. Some useful resources are listed below.

U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents
 

Scholarship Search Engines
 

General Scholarships

Fulbright Scholarships
Awards scholarships to both U.S. and non U.S. citizens who are dedicated to increasing mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and other countries, through the exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills.

Michigan Auto Accident Injury Scholarship
A Michigan law firm is offering two $500 scholarships for college students who have overcome car accident injuries and are rebuilding their lives. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and currently attending a U.S. college or university.  The application deadline is December 31.

NSCS-GEICO Graduate School Scholarship
NSCS has partnered with GEICO to offer four $5,000 scholarships annually to deserving, talented, and motivated NSCS members who are continuing their education. Additionally, NSCS offers the following other awards/scholarships for NSCS members pursuing graduate studies:

  • NSCS-Ernst & Young Book Award
  • Integrity Scholarship

Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans
This foundation was founded by Paul and Daisy Soros to support “New Americans”: any individual who is a resident alien (i.e. holds a Green Card), has been naturalized as a U.S. citizen, or is the child of two parents who are both naturalized citizens. The application deadline is in November.

The Richard Metzler Scholarship
The primary bases for selection are scholarship and a commitment to management consulting. Other qualities such as initiative, character, responsibility, and community service are also considered. The applicant must be matriculated and attending an MBA degree program at a leading institution of higher learning.

Rising Farmworker Dream Fund
The Rising Farmworker Dream Fund is proud to announce its second annual Pre-MBA Fellowship program.  The award is intended to encourage the sons and daughters of farmworkers to pursue MBA degrees and in turn, develop more leaders who will channel resources to the U.S. farmworking community. 

Industry-Specific Scholarships

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
The AICPA is the national professional organization for certified public accounts, with a membership of more than 331,000. In addition to the many services offered to members, the AICPA provides a number of programs to students. In particular, the Academic and Career Development Division sponsors several scholarship and fellowship programs.

Association of Management Consulting Firms (AMCF)
AMCF is the only global organization representing the management consulting industry. AMCF's Foundation for Excellence in Management has established the Richard Metzler Scholarship. Two scholarships are awarded each year to exemplary MBA candidates from around the world in support of their commitment to the profession of management consulting.

Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)
GFOA is a professional association of state/provincial and local finance officers in the United States and Canada, and has served the public finance profession since 1906. There are 5 scholarship opportunities:

  • Daniel B. Goldberg Scholarship ($10,000)
  • Frank L. Greathouse Government Account Scholarship ($3,500)
  • George A. Nielsen Public Investor Scholarship ($5,000)
  • Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship ($5,000)
  • Public Employee Retirement Research and Administration Scholarship ($4,000)

Institute of Management Consultants (IMC)
IMC UCA’s mission is to promote excellence and ethics in management consulting through certification, education, and professional resources. IMC offers two kinds of scholarships available to members who are pursuing careers in Management Accounting, Financial Management, or Information Technology.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholarship
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholarship provides awards of up to $50,000 per year to deserving low-income college seniors and recent college graduates (who graduated within the past five years) to achieve their dreams by pursuing graduate degrees at top colleges and universities across the country.

John Gyles Education Award 
John Gyles Education Awards are available each year to students in both Canada and the United States.  They are the result of a private, benevolent endeavor established in 1990. Those selected will receive up to $3,000. Several scholarships are awarded directly to students.

Matthew A. Martinez Real Estate Fund
The Matthew A. Martinez Real Estate Fund awards scholarships to promising students studying real estate at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This scholarship was established to help students with the cost of their tuition so they may pursue this field of study.

Underrepresented Minorities

American Association of University Women
AAUW awards fellowships to underrepresented minority women who intend to pursue a full-time course of study in an MBA program. Award amounts range from $5,000 to $12,000. Candidates are eligible to apply for support for the final year of study only and are expected to receive their degrees at the end of the fellowship year. The application deadline is in January.

American Indian Community House
The American Indian Community House provides financial awards based on a needs assessment and include: tuition assistance, books & supplies, and stipends. Students must live in the New York City metropolitan area and must meet WIA program eligibility requirements in order to receive services.

American Indian Graduate Center
To be considered for an AIGC fellowship the applicant must be: 1) pursuing a post baccalaureate graduate or professional degree as a full time student at an accredited institution in the U.S., 2) able to demonstrate financial need, and 3) an enrolled member of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native group, or provide documentation of descent (possess one-fourth degree federally-recognized Indian blood).

American Institute for Certified Public Accountants for Minority Accounting Students
The scholarship program awards up to $5,000 to outstanding minority students to encourage their selection of accounting as a major and their ultimate entry into the profession.

Association on American Indian Affairs Scholarships
The Association on American Indian Affairs disperses $400 to $1,500 awards from eight scholarship funds to American Indian and Native Alaskan Undergraduate and Graduate applicants.  One of the scholarship funds, the Allogan Slagle Memorial Scholarships, awards $1,500 to American Indian and Native Alaskan students who are members of tribes that are not federally recognized.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
This premier scholarship opportunity is afforded to Latino students who have a history of performing public service-oriented activities in their communities and who plan to continue contributing in the future. Students with excellent leadership potential are encouraged to apply.

Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)
GFOA is a professional association of state/provincial and local finance officers in the United States and Canada, and has served the public finance profession since 1906. They offer a “Minorities in Government” Finance Scholarship ($5,000).

Hispanic College Fund
Dedicated to developing the next generation of Hispanic professionals by awarding $2.4 million to over 600 students nationwide in 2006-2007.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Along with Pfizer, Inc., sponsors students in graduate school. Awards are for $10,000 in a student’s first year of graduate study, with the possibility of renewal for a second year.

JPMorgan Launching Leaders MBA Scholarship
JPMorgan’s Launching Leaders MBA Scholarship is aimed at top Black, Hispanic or Native American MBA students. Chosen candidates will be offered a $40,000 scholarship toward their first-year tuition fees, and a place in the MBA Summer Associate Program. Candidates will also be assigned a senior executive mentor at the time of acceptance to support them throughout the year and during the summer program. Depending on the candidate’s performance during the summer, an offer for a full-time position may be extended.  If the offer is accepted, JPMorgan will renew the scholarship for a second year.  The scholarship money goes directly to the recipient.>

La Unidad Latina Foundation
Educational scholarships are awarded to Hispanic students on a competitive basis and range from $250 to $1,000.

National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA)
NBMBAA awards outstanding minority students pursuing graduate management/business degrees, while demonstrating strong leadership abilities and a commitment to their communities.

National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) – Greater Hartford Chapter
$5,000 for first place, $2,500 for second place, $2,000 for third place, and $1,000 for fourth place. In the interest of time unofficial transcripts will be accepted for the October 15 deadline. However, official transcripts must be post marked by October 31. The scholarship is open to all minority students, not just African Americans. Executive MBA students are eligible, as are students in any graduate level business related programs, not just MBA programs.

National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA)
NSHMBA identifies students who have demonstrated potential to make significant contributions in the field of business in the public and private sectors. Scholarship awards up to $15,000. The application deadline is in May.

Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship & Financial Assistance
The Navajo Nation Graduate Fellowship is established to provide financial assistance in the form of grant awards to eligible Navajo students wishing to attend or attending graduate school, utilizing the Navajo Nation Graduate Trust Fund.  For all full-time graduate students, the award shall be a minimum of $5,000 and up to a maximum of $10,000 for nine to twelve semester credit hours, per academic year based on points system as outlined in the ONNSFA program policy and procedures.

Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship
The Rangel Graduate Fellowship Program provides benefits of up to $90,000 over two years toward a two-year master's degree, arranges internships on Capitol Hill and at U.S. embassies, and provides mentorship and professional development support. Upon successful completion of the two-year fellowship, Fellows join the Foreign Service of the U.S. Department of State, embarking on a uniquely rewarding career of international service. The program welcomes any undergraduate major and encourages applications from members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service and those with financial need. The Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State and managed by Howard University.

Toigo Foundation
To encourage more minority presence at senior levels across all areas of finance, the Foundation begins with recruiting the best, the brightest, and the most committed minority students pursuing finance-related careers. Toigo fellows receive tuition assistance in addition to career counseling, leadership training, and a host of formal and informal networking opportunities.

Women

American Association of University Women
AAUW awards fellowships to underrepresented minority women who intend to pursue a full-time course of study in an MBA program. Award amounts range from $5,000 to $12,000. Candidates are eligible to apply for support for the final year of study only and are expected to receive their degrees at the end of the fellowship year. The application deadline is in January.

American Woman’s Society of CPAs National Scholarship
The American Woman’s Society of CPAs offers a national scholarship to individuals aspiring to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). The recipient of the scholarship will receive the complete Becker CPA Review Course worth $2,995.

Forté Fellows
The Forté Scholarship program is administered by the Forté Foundation, whose mission is "to substantially increase the number of women business owners and leaders by increasing the flow of women into key educational gateways and business networks."

LGBT

The Point Foundation
Provides financial support, mentoring, and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender expression, or gender identity.

 

Veterans

Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program (DEAP)

DEAP provides education and training opportunities to eligible dependents of certain veterans. The program offers up to 45 months of education benefits.

International Students

General Scholarships

Fulbright Program for Non-U.S. Students
Awards scholarships to both U.S. and non U.S. citizens who are dedicated to increasing mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and other countries, through the exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills.

International Education Financial Aid (IEFA)
Resource for financial aid, college scholarships, and grant information for U.S. and international students wishing to study abroad.

Institute of International Education
IIE is an international education and training organization committed to being a resource for financial aid, grants, and scholarships for international and U.S. students wishing to study abroad.

Rotary International
The program sponsors several types of scholarships for graduate students and its goal is to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries.

The Smart Student Guide to Studying in the U.S.
The site presents information about financial aid options for international students.

Brazil

Instituto Ling
This is a resource for scholarships available to Brazilian students.

Fundacao Estudar
This is a resource for scholarships available to Brazilian students.

Central and Eastern Europe

The Ron Brown Fellowship Program was established in 1994 as the Central and Eastern European Graduate Fellowship Program and was renamed in 1996 in honor of U.S. Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown, who died in Croatia while promoting U.S. business interests in the Balkans. The program reflects the late Secretary’s commitment to building democracy in the region and strengthening the global economy.

Canada

Studentawards.com
This is a resource for scholarships available to Canadian students.

France

Serge Bellanger Scholarship

The French-American Chamber of Commerce Foundation Serge Bellanger Scholarship is open to MBA candidates who are either an American national who has been accepted to an MBA/equivalent program in France, or a French national accepted to an MBA program in the United States.  Scholarships will be for $10,000.  Although this is a merit-based scholarship program, financial need will be taken into consideration.

 

Indonesia

Sampoerna Foundation MBA in U.S. & Europe Scholarship
The foundation provides scholarships to gifted yet financially disadvantaged Indonesian students to pursue graduate degrees nationally or overseas.

Italy

NOVA and BCG MBA Scholarship
Nova (Italian MBA Association) and the Boston Consulting Group have created scholarships for Italian students to top MBA programs in the U.S. who have demonstrated academic and professional excellence.

Greater Asia (Hong Kong)

The Bridgat Scholarship

On behalf of Bridgat Technology Limited, the Bridgat Scholarship program was recently lauched and is open to graduate students pursuing a degree at an accredited institution in the United States.  One individual (must be a citizen of an Asian country) will be designated each year and awarded a one-time scholarship of $6,500 to support his or her full-time graduate study.

New Zealand

Fulbright-Platinum Triangle Scholarship in Business
The Fulbright-Platinum Triangle Award in Business is for an emerging New Zealand business leader to complete a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree at a US institution and gain professional work experience in the US and New Zealand.

South Korea

Seoul National University Alumni Association of Greater New York Scholarship Fund
The Scholarship Committee of the Alumni Association of Seoul National University in New York is offering scholarships to graduate students studying at universities on the Eastern Seaboard. The amount of the scholarship is $2,500. For inquiries, contact: Dr. Jong Yule Kim, 914.666.7886.

Spain

Fundacion Ramon Areces
Ramon Areces Foundation grants scholarships to those of Spanish nationality for postgraduate studies in universities and research institutes abroad on topics of general economy-in particular, issues relating to monetary economics and banking, enterprise, foreign trade and international economy-and Union law EUROPE.

Instituto de Credito Oficial
ICO, in its firm commitment to the training of young Spaniards, offers scholarships each year to pursue an advanced degree of relevance to the Spanish economy at top universities abroad.

La Caixa
La Caixa sponsors 50 Spanish students each year to pursue advanced academic studies in the United States.  The scholarship covers tuition and fees plus an allocation for moving expenses and living expenses.

Talentia Scholarships
The Talentia Scholarships were created to support those who are a Spanish national or national of a European Union Member State, who will contribute to the future development of Andulusia.  Recipients can pursue postgraduate studies at the best universities in the world. Scholarships typically cover the cost of tuition, additional funding, and a return flight every two semesters.

Mexico

Becas M.O.B.
The Mexican Foundation was established in 1993 with a donation by Mr. Guillermo Brockmann Obregón in memory of his mother, with the goal of promoting advanced education and support philanthropy in the area, which in his view would give Mexico access to the modern world.

COMEXUS
The Mexico-United States Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange (COMEXUS) manages scholarship programs called Fulbright-Garcia Robles in honor of Senator J. William Fulbright.

Fundación Beca
The Scholarship Foundation is a leading educational institution that was created by a group of businessmen engaged in the development of Latin America.

Organizacion de Estados de las Americas
The purpose of the Scholarship and Training Program of the Organization of American States (OAS) is to assist member states in their efforts to achieve its objectives by supporting the development of its human resource development in priority areas set by the Summits of the Americas, the Strategic Plan for Partnership for Integral Development Council for Integral Development (CIDI) and the OAS General Assembly.