Investing In Students
Investing in promising students is part of our commitment to build leaders. Getting your MBA is a major investment decision, which we believe is a long-term investment with high returns for your future. Approximately 75% of Baylor MBA students receive financial awards.
The Business School offers Tuition Scholarships ranging from 50-100% tuition remission. The criteria for being awarded a scholarship is based, in order of priority, on work experience, GMAT/GRE score, and academic record.
MBA students can also be offered a stipend, which is earned in exchange for working as a Graduate Assistant (GA) in the Business School. GA's work an average of 10 hours/week.
It is not necessary to complete a separate application for a financial award. Simply answer "yes" when asked in the application if you are interested in applying for a graduate assistantship award. We will make the decision to offer an award at the time we review your application for admission. The Business School will notify you of any scholarship award offer with the admission decision.
Grants, Loans, Work Study
In addition to assistantships, other forms of financial aid are available. Once your application is approved, you may also want to apply for financial aid. The Office of Academic Scholarships and Financial Aid will work with you to determine your eligibility for grants, loans, and work-study programs.