Graduate programs scholarship programs

Back to School Scholarship for Part-Time and Online MBA Program


This scholarship is for applicants who want to advance or pivot in their careers and know an MBA is the best way to get there. The scholarship is applicable to our part-time MBA programs in Durham and Manchester, as well as our online MBA.

Who is eligible?

You must meet at least ONE of the following eligibility criteria:

  • student must have at least two years of full-time work experience AND

  • work in a non-profit organization OR

  • be in career transition (e.g. returning to workforce, between positions) AND

  • be financially independent from parents and/or considered independent for FAFSA purposes

Applicants who submit GMAT scores of 600 or higher will also be considered for scholarship opportunities.

In making decisions, the scholarship committee will be looking for financial need, appropriate preparation for the program of study, and clear goals.

Stay Near, Go Far Scholarship for New England Residents


This scholarship is for New England based applicants who are looking to pursue graduate education in a business field and who hope to work in the New England region following graduation. The scholarship is applicable to our full-time MBA, MS Finance, MS Business Analytics, and MS in Analytical Economics programs.

Who is Eligible?

To be considered, you must meet the following criteria:

  • be a resident of a New England state (NH, MA, ME, CT, VT, RI)

  • apply for a qualified program: MS Finance, MBA, MS Business Analytics, MS Analytical Economics (full-time)

In making decisions, the scholarship committee will be assessing financial need, appropriate preparation for the program of study, clear goals, and plans to stay in New England. Applicants must have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if they are eligible to do so.

If you are interested in being considered for one of these scholarships,
please complete the Inquiry Form.

For more information contact:
Annie Nevells, assistant director, Graduate Admissions