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A number of employers provide tuition reimbursement assistance to employees who attend the Labovitz MBA program. In addition, there are a number of other ways to obtain assistance in covering the cost of a Labovitz MBA. These include:
- Thomas & Mary Duff Graduate Tuition Fellowship (New this year). The fellowship is intended to provide funds for graduate students enrolled in the Labovitz MBA Program in honor of Thomas B. Duff, a long-time faculty member and previous MBA director. The Labovitz School of Business and Economics is delighted to announce the availability of the Tom and Mary Duff Graduate Tuition Fellowship at $1,500 for the academic year. Application deadline is July 15, 2017. The application can be downloaded here.
- Maki Graduate Tuition Fellowships. Thanks to funding from a private donor, the Labovitz MBA program is delighted to announce the availability of two Maki Graduate Tuition Fellowships at $6,000 each for the academic year. The Fellowship may be renewable for a second year based on performance in the program. Students who previously received the undergraduate Maki Scholarship will be given preference for the Maki Graduate Tuition Fellowship. Application deadline is July 15, 2017. The application can be downloaded here.
- LSBE Graduate Student Tuition Fellowships. The Labovitz MBA program also has a limited number of LSBE Graduate Student Tuition Fellowships for this year. Thanks to funding from the Graduate School, we will be offering merit fellowships ranging from $1000-$2000 to students admitted into the MBA program. Application deadline is July 15, 2017. The application can be downloaded here.
In addition, federal educational loan programs also provide funding for graduate level programs such as the Labovitz MBA. You can find out more information about loan opportunities at http://d.umn.edu/onestop/student-finances/financial-aid/index.html