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All domestic and international applicants to the full-time MBA, MSF and MSA programs are considered for merit-based scholarships and assistantships. Scholarship decisions are made and communicated with admission decisions.
These institutional awards are merit-based scholarships and are awarded to exceptionally strong candidates. Dean's Scholarships range in value provide tuition remission for graduate study in the Carroll School.
More than 75% percent of entering full-time MBA students in 2015 received Dean's Scholarships, with the average award totaling approximately $44,000.
Graduate assistantships typically offer a stipend in exchange for either research or administrative responsibility. Assistantships can be offered in combination with scholarship awards, typically to full-time MBA and MSF students.
U.S. MILITARY AND VETERANS' BENEFITS
Veterans and military personnel are eligible for financial assistance with educational expenses. The GI Bill provides a variety of resources, while the Yellow Ribbon Program offers support to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces who are eligible for the new Post 9/11 GI Bill. What’s more, military members and veterans who have been on active duty within the past 15 years of their application are eligible for an application fee waiver.
For more information about financial assistance programs available to Veterans and active duty service men and women, please visit our U.S. Military and Veterans' Benefits page.
DENIS O'BRIEN FELLOWSHIP
Global business leader, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and humanitarian advocate Denis O’Brien, BC MBA '82, has generously created the Denis O’Brien Fellowship. Irish citizens who matriculate to the Carroll School of Management’s full-time MBA program may qualify for the Denis O’Brien Fellowship. The O’Brien Fellowship will cover the full cost of attendance for two years (or the duration of the MBA program). Eligible candidates will receive consideration for the fellowship during the initial application review by the Admission Committee. Learn more about the Denis O'Brien Fellowship.
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID
To apply for merit-based scholarships and assistantships, simply indicate your interest on the application for admission. For questions about need-based or loan-based financial assistance, please contact Boston College’s Office of Financial Services:
If your last name begins with a letter from A through F or S through Z, Elaine Holloman is your financial aid counselor.
If your last name begins with a letter from G through R, Marsia Hill Kreaime is your financial aid counselor.