Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2014, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
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New Professional MBA students from China are eligible to apply for the PMI China Engagement Initiative Scholarship.
The U.S. Department of State provides helpful information for planning and funding a graduate education in the United States on their Education USA website http://educationusa.state.gov/.
Albers Scholarships are available to graduate students at Albers.
Albers offers several merit-based scholarships to NEW students who are entering the Professional MBA program. Scholarship recipients are selected based on GMAT scores, a short statement regarding the Albers Professional MBA, and undergraduate performance. They are awarded to both part-time (taking one or two courses each quarter) and full-time (taking at least three courses each quarter) students.
Through the generosity of the Accounting Program's Alumni and Friends Network, Albers is pleased to offer several scholarship, remission, and/or recognition award opportunities to Accounting majors. MPAC students should go to Angel and navigate to the 'Accounting Majors' Group for further details and deadlines.
For additional non-departmental Accounting scholarships, click here.
Graduate Assistantships are available for students in any of the graduate business programs. Announcements are sent out as positions become available.
Students interested in representing the Albers graduate student body can apply to be a Graduate Student Ambassador. Available positions will be announced.
The Frank Shrontz Graduate Assistantship and Scholarship in Business Ethics is designed for a graduate business student who supports the business ethics community through Seattle University's northwest Ethics Network. The student assists faculty with research projects related to social responsibility, sustainability, and positive business cultures, and coordinates the programs of the Center for Business Ethics at Albers. Announcements are sent out as positions become available.
Opportunities for scholarships are available through organizations outside of Albers. For more information, go to Other Scholarships.
The Seattle University Office of Fellowships offers eligibility information and practical advice on how to apply for fellowships to university students and recent graduates. http://www.seattleu.edu/sas/fellowships
The Genevieve Albers Graduate Fellowship provides financial assistance to graduate business students in exchange for assisting Albers faculty with their academic research. Awarded to one student for the duration of their graduate program. Learn more.
Petersons.com provides a search database for graduate scholarship opportunities, including more than 170,000 scholarships. Click on 'Start Your Search'.
FastWEB is the largest and most complete scholarship search on the Internet. It provides access to a searchable database of more than 275,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants and student loans. Access to fastWEB is available free courtesy of Seattle University.
Washington Scholarship Coalition: http://www.thewashboard.org
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