Acquiring an M.B.A. at St. Thomas is a wise investment.
Studies have shown that money spent on education is one of the most powerful measures of future success, and the ROI of a UST MBA is a rich combination of knowledge, connections and career-building.
The admissions committee automatically considers all applicants to this program for Dean’s Scholarships. Awards range from partial to full tuition, and admitted students who have been selected for a Dean’s Scholarship will receive an award letter in their admission packet.
Dean’s Scholarships are awarded to top candidates who will be outstanding contributors to the program. The admissions committee takes into account a wide variety of factors when awarding Dean’s Scholarships, including:
- Work experience
- Academic record
- GMAT score
- Admission interview
Priority consideration for Dean’s Scholarships is given to applicants who apply by February 15, and the final application deadline for Dean’s Scholarship consideration is April 15.
The Opus College of Business welcomes applications from men and women with military backgrounds and is honored to be chosen as a Military Friendly Business School by MBA.com. The college offers the following benefits to veterans:
- Waiver of the application fee for persons with a history of service
- Special consideration when reviewing applications for the Dean's Scholarship
- One-year deferment of acceptance and scholarship if admitted military students' plans are delayed by their service branch
In addition, the University of St. Thomas is participating in the Yellow Ribbon Education Enhancement Program, a provision of the Post 9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008. St. Thomas provides unlimited Yellow Ribbon awards to graduate students in the Opus College of Business; this tuition benefit will be matched by the Veterans Administration.
To learn more about other veteran’s benefits provided by the University of St. Thomas, please visit the Veteran Student Information page.