Georgetown Increases MBA Scholarship for Veterans

Qualified veterans now eligible for up to $30,000 in MBA funding, including matched funds from the Department of Veterans Affairs

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has announced that it will increase the funding for its Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program for veterans enrolled in graduate programs, including MBAs.

Starting in the fall of 2018, veterans enrolling in graduate programs will now receive $15,000 from the school, which is matched by funding from the Department of Veterans Affairs, bringing the total to $30,000.

The MBA programs covered by the increased scholarships include the school's full-time and part-time MBAs, its Executive MBA, and the Global Executive MBA. Other eligible programs include the Executive Master’s in Leadership, the MA in International Business and Policy, and the MS in Finance.

Certain restrictions apply. For more information, please see the Georgetown news release announcing the increased MBA funding for veterans.

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