The MBA Admissions Committee awards scholarships and fellowships from the Goizueta Business Fund for Excellence, our annual fund, based on academic achievement, quality of work experience, demonstrated leadership and extracurricular activities. Scholarships typically range from partial to full tuition plus stipend.
For merit-based awards, all completed applications submitted by Round 3 are automatically considered -- no additional application is needed. Those interested in being considered for named scholarships should submit their completed applications by Round 2.
Please note an application is considered complete when our office has received all required materials, including transcripts, test scores and recommendations.
|Estimated Two-Year Program Cost - Per Year|
|Health Insurance||$ 2,850|
|Annual Cost||$ 81,268|
* A one-time $200 Orientation fee will be due with admissions deposit.
Our MBA degrees offer students a better professional and financial future. Knowing the financial commitment is significant, Emory University's Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting students with the process of obtaining the financial resources necessary to pursue a Goizueta MBA.
A variety of student loans are available for both domestic and international students. Students can borrow up to the budgeted cost of attendance less any scholarships. Some of these loans include:
For detailed information about student loans and how to apply please visit Emory's Office of Financial Aid website.
Research and Teaching Assistantships
Students may apply and interview with a faculty member for an assistantship position which would begin in the spring semester. These positions are paid hourly and include research, teaching assistantships and administrative positions.
Robert W. Woodruff Scholars
Goizueta Business School offers four (4) Woodruff Scholarships, Emory's most prestigious named scholarship, which includes full tuition and fees and an annual $10,000 stipend guaranteed for the length of the Full-Time MBA program.
Woodruff Scholars are also invited to participate in the Scholars Academic Program.
The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation is a charitable organization that supports education, healthcare, human services, economic development, art and culture and the environment through grants. The foundation was established by Robert Woodruff, the long-time president of the Coca-Cola Company.
Woodruff Scholars leave a lasting imprint on Goizueta Business School and Emory University through their leadership, academic performance and life-long relationships. Candidates interested in being considered for this scholarship should possess high academic excellence as well as demonstrated commitment to our Core Values. The Admissions Committee will evaluate Woodruff Candidates from those who have applied and been offered admission by the Round 3 deadline.
Finalists selected to compete for The Woodruff Scholarship will be invited to Atlanta in February for the Woodruff Selection Weekend. The schedule will include social events and meetings with faculty, alumni, and current students. The weekend will conclude with a personal interview with Woodruff Selection Committee Members and a closing reception.
Goizueta offers several prestigious named scholarships. These awards are funded by alumni, companies and organizations. For scholarship consideration, all completed applications submitted by Round 3 are automatically considered -- no additional application is needed.
Goizueta Scholars receive full tuition for the course of study and are invited to participate in the Scholars Academic Program.
Roberto C. Goizueta established The Goizueta Foundation in 1992 to provide financial assistance to educational and charitable institutions. In creating The Goizueta Foundation, he sought to acknowledge his indebtedness to this country and to continue the commitment to philanthropic endeavors that has symbolized the leadership of The Coca-Cola Company for more than a century. The Goizueta Foundation assists organizations that empower individuals and families through educational opportunities to improve the quality of their lives.
The Dean's Scholarship is funded by The Goizueta Business Fund for Excellence and awarded to several outstanding candidates each year. The award covers tuition for the course of study.
In its 90-year history, the Goizueta Business School has been led by 16 accomplished deans. These leaders have shaped scholarship and industry through their ambitious endeavors, while remaining true to a core set of values. Our current dean continues to push Goizueta Business School towards the goal to educate students academically and as business leaders. Recipients of the Dean's Scholarship have demonstrated a stellar track record in these two areas, and are expected to continue to strive for excellence during their careers at Goizueta and beyond. Deans Scholars are also invited to participate in the Scholars Academic Program
Other Named Scholarships
Other named scholarships offered to MBA candidates at Goizueta include, to name a few:
- Bank of America/Mills B. Lane Scholarship
- The Consortium for Graduate Study of Management Fellowships
- El Paso Corporation Diversity One-Year Program Scholarship
- Forté Fellowship
- Goetz MBA Scholarship
- NSHMBA Scholarship (National Society of Hispanic MBAs Scholar)
- Vipin Patel Memorial One-Year Program Scholarship
MBA Center Fellowships
Typical EmoryMAC fellows are pursuing a career in customer insights or marketing analytics either from the consulting side or with a marketing centric firm who views analytics as a strategic capability of the firm. Prior work experience in marketing and/or strong quantitative skills are essential.
Center for Alternative Investment (CAI) Fellows
Typical CAI fellows are candidates with a passion to work in the private equity field who possess strong quantitative skills and meaningful work experience in the finance industry. Fellows must also have excellent written and oral communication skills and strong interpersonal skills.
Social Enterprise Fellows
Typical fellows have a strong interest in applying business principles to addressing social challenges. Fellows have demonstrated a commitment to social enterprise either as a career path or as a complement to their corporate career path.