You understand that an MBA is an investment in your future—that it will, in all likelihood, pay off in terms of future earning potential. There’s no getting around, however, that this investment in your future requires a significant up-front cash outlay—one that is prohibitive for many people. But what if an MBA didn’t require such an up-front investment? What if you could get a scholarship to cover some or all of your MBA program? If this sounds like a good deal to you, be sure to check out the tips that college finance expert and former Babson College financial aid officer, Michelle Clifton, shares with Fortuna Admissions on how to maximize your chances of winning scholarships to your MBA program.
Click here to access “5 Steps to MBA Scholarships.”