If you're thinking about getting an MBA, it's most likely not a decision you'll take lightly. Between the application fees and tuition expenses, graduate school is an expensive investment in your future. Thankfully, our University Partners are committed to helping City Year alumni build their business administration skills and expertise.
Here are five university partners that offer City Year alumni tuition scholarships to their business programs:
Each year, the Boston University Questrom School of Business offers three City Year alumni and staff a $30,000 tuition scholarship. Whether you plan to work in the government, nonprofit or private sector, Boston University's Public and Nonprofit MBA will prepare you with core business management skills to help address social problems in today's global economy.
George Washington University School of Business (GWSB) annually awards three $25,000 tuition scholarship to City Year alumni or staff. The GWSB curriculum offers its students experiential learning opportunities to help students to become proficient in ethical business leadership.
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The Peter F. Drucker & Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management (The Drucker School) is a leading graduate school focused on ethical management and values-based leadership education. City Year is proud to partner with Claremont Graduate University, the only comprehensive university in the nation dedicated entirely to graduate-level education, offering 25% tuition scholarships to all City Year alumni admitted into the program.
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The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School shares the Johns Hopkins University’s dedication to improving lives on a global scale by addressing pivotal societal issues, including health, poverty, education and environmental sustainability through rigorous research and education. The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School teaches business with humanity in mind. Annually, the John Hopkins Carey Business school offers a 25% tuition scholarship to three City Year alumni and staff.
ACED Fellows Program at Illinois State University
The Applied Community and Economic Development (ACED) Fellows Program at Illinois State University is designed for AmeriCorps alums and staff to take their careers to the next level. Through coursework and an 11-month paid internship, students earn a master’s degree in anthropology, applied economics, kinesiology and recreation, political science, or sociology. ACED offers all City Year alumni and staff who are admitted with graduate assistantships a 100% tuition waiver.
These are just five of City Year's university partners. A full list of our business school university partners are available online!