Command Your Future With a Goizueta MBA
Yellow Ribbon Funding50 Per Year
Application FeeFor U.S. Military Service Members and Veterans
Fellowship & ScholarshipsPer Year for Military
Leading by Example
Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General Ken Keen
Elite AcademicsGlobally recognized for our values-based academic approach, the Goizueta Business School provides an exclusive curriculum taught by thought leaders with a focus on diverse and global enterprise. Through integrated Leader Development, initiated by retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General Ken Keen, you experience leadership roles in a business context. By practicing different approaches to problem-solving you learn to act quickly and confidently in the face of ambiguity.
Team-Focused EnvironmentWe believe a transformation can only be achieved when your perspective is challenged. That's why each cohort is intentionally structured to ensure you have classmates with whom you can leverage your strengths and fortify your weaknesses. Working in teams to understand the market forces that drive industry develops your business acumen as well as provides the opportunity to apply your existing skills to challenges in a new sector.
Applied Learning ExperiencesStudents at Goizueta benefit from a rigorous education focused on experiential learning. Our innovative curriculum elevates the intensive case study method with practical applications in team-based assignments and peer-to-peer learning. A sample of applied learning experiences include international study trips and co-curricular leadership opportunities that help you become a self-reflective leader and enable you to receive direct feedback from peers and mentors.
Command Your Military Career
A Goizueta MBA helps you translate best practices from the boardroom into the military environment. Our innovative curriculum elevates the skills you've honed during your military career with a combination of intensive case study and practical application. With a Goizueta MBA, you're prepared to influence the future of your branch, as well as your team.
We're proud to have active duty alumni representing each of the military branches. As a military friendly school, we are part of the Military Consortium through GMAC and a Yellow Ribbon program. As part of our dedication to veteran education, we proudly offer a variety of assisted funding options.
U.S. Military & Veterans Assisted Funding
Goizueta Business School is proud to have been a Yellow Ribbon partner school since 2009. The Yellow Ribbon Program is a provision of the Post 9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 (aka Chapter 33), and students must first be eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Please contact the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to see if you are eligible and to request a Certificate of Eligibility (COE). According to the VA, you must use your full GI Bill funding before Yellow Ribbon funding is used.
Goizueta Business School provides up to 50 Yellow Ribbon awards per year for $22,250 annually, which is matched by the Veterans Administration. Candidates eligible for Yellow Ribbon funding will also be considered for merit-based scholarships.
Yellow Ribbon awards are provided on a first come, first serve basis and candidates are encouraged to apply to Goizueta and submit a deposit upon acceptance to secure funding. Historically, Goizueta has been able to provide Yellow Ribbon support to all eligible students.
Yellow Ribbon Program Application Process
Yellow Ribbon Program awards for the academic year are granted on a first come, first served basis. To be considered for a Goizueta Business School Yellow Ribbon Program award, you must
- Be admitted to one of Goizueta Business School’s MBA programs; Full Time One-Year MBA, Full Time Two-Year MBA, Evening MBA, or Executive MBA
- Verify your intent to enroll by completing the Candidate Intent form found in your admissions portal and paying the deposit to the program to which you are admitted
- Submit a Graduate Admissions Yellow Ribbon Application
- Complete an Emory Veteran Enrollment Form
- Submit your Certificate of Eligibility stating you are 100% eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill
Multiple forms received on the same date will be prioritized by the earliest date of enrollment deposit.
Joint degree candidates must apply to each program separately for funding. Goizueta Business School Yellow Ribbon awards are applicable only for semesters spent in the Business School.
Eligibility is determined by the Veteran's Administration. In the event a Yellow Ribbon applicant is found not eligible for VA funds, the available award will be given to the next eligible person on the prioritized list.
Goizueta Business School's participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program is a contracted agreement with the Veterans Administration for the current academic year and is subject to change in subsequent years. Please email us or call 404-727-6311.
To demonstrate our support of military candidates, we offer the following benefits for applicants with military experience.
- Applications accepted after standard deadlines for deployed military personnel
- Waived application fees for US military personnel and veterans
- One-year deferment available if admitted military student is delayed by their service branch
In partnership with the Ft. Benning Maneuver Center of Excellence, Goizueta offers up to four fellowships each year to Executive MBA students who are stationed at Ft. Benning in Columbus, GA. After candidates exhaust their GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon funding, Goizueta will cover the balance of the full cost of attendance.
Goizueta offers up to three fellowships to One-Year MBA students who are stationed as admissions staff at the USMA, West Point. This program, offered in collaboration between the USMA and Goizueta Business School, provides the balance of tuition for selected recipients.
Goizueta offers two fellowships each year to the part-time Evening MBA for Georgia National Guardsmen. Eligible candidates are part-time or full-time Georgia National Guardsmen who are admitted to our Evening MBA and will remain on active duty with the National Guard during their time in the program. Your application must include a letter of recommendation from Guard leadership.
The Goizueta Business School Military Fellowship recognizes one or more current Goizueta MBA students with a fellowship and financial stipend up to $10,000 for each student to serve in a formal role to support the Goizueta Business School in its military recruiting efforts for all graduate level programs (MBA, MS Business Analytics, Master of Analytical Finance).
Selected Military Fellows will represent the Goizueta active duty and veteran students within the Emory University community and with the larger military community nationally. In doing so, they will work with Goizueta's Associate Dean of Graduate Admissions and the Dean’s Military Advisor to recruit prospective military students from all services of the active military, Reserves, National Guard, Veterans, and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Goizueta Military Scholarship
The Goizueta Military Scholarship provides funding support to active-duty military or veterans enrolled in any Goizueta degree program. The funding amount and number of scholarships awarded varies each year.
Goizueta offers several prestigious named MBA scholarships that range from partial to full tuition funding. Merit-based tuition scholarships are offered for all MBA programs to the strongest candidates in our applicant pools.
Goizueta Business School is proud to be a recognized institution for the development of high potential career military candidates. We collaborate with all branches of the military on an individual basis to determine which of our MBA programs is a fit for the service member's goals. Tuition for enrolled sponsored candidates is paid on behalf of the student by their branch, with some opportunities for Goizueta to offset any differential between sponsorship amount and the cost of tuition.
Emory Veterans Association
Emory University: Committed to Veterans Success
Connecting Veterans with Community
Yellow Ribbon School
Yellow Ribbon School Since 2009
Military Friendly School
GMAC Military Consortium Member
A Connected Veteran Community
Past Select Guest Speakers
COL (Ret) Jack JacobsVetConnect Dinner
General (Ret) Joe VotelLeadership Capstone Course - Fireside Chat
Leadership in Turbulent Times
COL (Ret) Ralph PuckettVetConnect Dinner
Teamwork and bravery in the face of adversary
Admiral (Ret) Jim StavridisRobson Guest Speaker
General (Ret) Richard ClarkeLeadership Capstone Course Speaker Series
Leading during chaos and crisis
LTG (Ret) Nadja Y. WestLeadership Presentation and Fireside Chat
LTG (Ret) H.R. McMasterLeadership Capstone Course Speaker Series
Leading during chaos and crisis
LTG (Ret) Burke GarrettVeterans Day Ceremony
Foreign policy and national security challenges
Major General (Ret) Perry Smith
Major General (Ret) Craig WheldenVeterans Day Ceremony
Major General (Ret) Maria BrittLeadership Lunch and Learn Seminar
Lessons learned from military and civilian leadership
Brigadier General Matthew Smith 01MBALeadership Capstone Course Speaker Series
Finding balance in your life
COL (Ret) John TienVetConnect Dinner
Breaking down barriers
Major Jason Waidzulis 20MBAVeterans Day Ceremony
Max HilsmanVeterans Day Ceremony
How military skills translate to civilian life
Raye Perez 20MBA
Jonathan Keen 11MBAVeterans Day Ceremony
Strategic planning and communication skills
Patmon Malcolm 03MBAVetConnect Dinner