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To enhance the University at Buffalo's already competitive tuition, we award scholarships, fellowships and assistantships for outstanding, highly motivated students. All awards are merit-based and may be funded for full or partial tuition.
For priority consideration, submit your completed MBA application by the February 1 deadline.
If you have outstanding credentials, including demonstrated leadership experience, excellent communication skills, and strong analytical and quantitative skills, you may be eligible for our Connection to Excellence (C2E) Scholarship. C2E is awarded to highly qualified full-time UB MBA candidates with three or more years of work experience, competitive GMAT/GRE scores and an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or greater.
The C2E Scholarship provides full tuition and fees, as well as significant individual career development benefits exclusively for C2E recipients. There is no separate application process for the C2E Scholarship, but if you meet the above profile, contact us and let us know you are interested in fully funding your UB MBA education and propelling your career to new heights.
Thank you to our C2E corporate partner, M&T Bank.
Established through the generosity of Irene and Jeffrey Jacobson, the two-year MBA fellowship consists of a student leader role in the School of Management Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, a tuition waiver and stipend, plus an additional cash scholarship amount, for a total fellowship award equal to New York State resident MBA tuition.
Outstanding applicants may be eligible for a UB MBA full or partial tuition scholarship.
Made available through the generosity of William C. and Gloria K. King, this merit-based MBA scholarship of $15,000 is awarded to high-achieving UB School of Management undergraduates pursuing a full-time MBA. The scholarship is awarded in the first year of the full-time MBA program and renewable for the second year, based on performance.
To be eligible, you must be a UB School of Management senior admitted to the full-time MBA program or a junior admitted to the joint BS/MBA program. You must be in good standing, with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a GMAT score of 600 or better (or a combined GRE score of 310 or better). Only U.S. domestic students are eligible.
Western New York Prosperity Fellowship program assists undergraduate and graduate students who are actively preparing for careers that further economic development and growth, especially in Western New York.
The Harold and Muriel Berkman Charitable Foundation awards up to 50 $1,000 scholarships to U.S. citizens who are matriculating in an AACSB-accredited school of business. Scholarships are awarded in two categories:
The Graduate Opportunity Program provides tuition assistance to EOP, HEOP and SEEK graduates who are undertaking graduate study at participating SUNY institutions. More information can be found on our website.
All admitted full-time MBAs are considered for graduate, teaching and research assistantships and are selected in a competitive process. In these roles, students assist with school or university administration, teaching or undertake research with faculty members. Although responsibilities vary by assignment, assistants generally work 20 hours per week. Graduate and teaching assistants receive a stipend, plus a $7,500 tuition scholarship. Search UB Bizlink and UB Bullseye for assistantship postings.
There are many university, national and international-level awards available to fund your education. Schedule an appointment with the Office of Fellowships and Scholarships to help find an opportunity that fits you.
Visit the Office of Financial Aid for details and information on UB financial aid programs.
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