In a highly competitive climate, scholarships can be leveraged strategically to attract future leaders who will do great things with a Chicago Booth MBA. Increasing the number of endowed MBA scholarship funds is a top campaign priority.
In addition to raising funds for Full-Time MBA scholarships, Booth is seeking support for several specific initiatives related to the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs, as well as the Executive MBA Program. Examples include, but are not limited to:
- The Civic Scholars Program—a part of the Weekend MBA Program—which provides tuition support, as well as customized curriculum and programming, for impact-driven professionals who work in the public and nonprofit sectors and want to become leaders in their fields.
- Executive MBA Scholarships, which will help encourage the diversity of future leaders and attract highly desirable prospective students who we previously have not been able to enroll, such as individuals living and working in underdeveloped and developing countries, as well as individuals working for nonprofits, charities, NGOs, or social enterprises. Scholarships are needed for Executive MBA students at our campuses in Chicago, London, and Hong Kong.