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Georgetown University Collegiate Partnership Scholarships

About the School

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is offering students admitted with Consortium membership who were also awarded merit-based (full or partial) tuition scholarships, an opportunity to become part of the inaugural National Black MBA Association® Fellow Class. Applicants must be a member of NBMBAA, have been accepted to Consortium membership, and already awarded scholarship to attend the Georgetown MBA Program.

As a member school of The Consortium and through the partnership with The National Black MBA Association® Georgetown McDonough aims to continue to enhance diversity in business education by creating a NBMBAA Fellow Class and providing a named distinction opportunity. Details of the National Black MBA distinction include:

  • Free conference entry into the 2018 NBMBAA® Conference valued at $550
  • National Black MBA Association® swag
  • Act as a liaison between the local NBMBAA® chapter and peers at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business
  • Attend at least 2 events per academic year hosted by the local NBMBAA® chapter
  • Help to promote Georgetown McDonough and the National Black MBA Association to prospective MBA candidates

Please Note: There is not additional scholarship funding available with this named distinction.

Type

Graduate

Amount

Up to full tuition scholarships are available. 

Criteria

In order to be considered a named National Black MBA Association Fellow through Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, applicants must be a member of National Black MBA Association, have been admitted as a Consortium member, and already awarded merit-based scholarship (full or partial) to attend the Georgetown MBA Program. You must first complete the NBMBAA® named fellowship application.

Deadline

July 9, 2018

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