Do you have big plans after graduation? Maybe you’re a future business leader who wants to do good in the world? Or perhaps you dream of exploring the world through an entrepreneur’s lens? Unlock your potential with a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to study business at the University of St. Thomas.
The Opus College of Business at St. Thomas is proud to offer two prestigious business scholarship programs: The GHR Fellows program and the Schulze Innovation Scholarship program. Students who complete these comprehensive programs emerge as principled business leaders with transformational leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
These scholarship programs are highly competitive and admit up to 10 freshmen each per year. Interested students must complete an undergraduate admissions application to the University of St. Thomas to be considered for the scholarships.
Designed for undergraduate business majors from across the globe who share a vision of making the world a better place through business, the GHR Fellows Program immerses students in real-world learning.
GHR Fellows receive full tuition for four years and customized programming created to deliver leadership experiences – including global exposure through a fully funded study abroad experience, professional coaching and internship opportunities with Fortune 500 business executives and community leaders. Students graduate prepared to succeed in the business community and use their leadership to make a real impact.
This one-of-a-kind experience helps entrepreneurial students harness their passion for innovation and launch their careers.
Schulze Scholars receive full tuition for four years, individual mentoring, hands-on learning, and unique opportunities for networking and internships. Students graduate with the knowledge and skills needed to make the most of their talents, ambitions and entrepreneurial opportunities. If you choose to launch a startup after graduation, you’ll have the chance to work with business advisers and mentors, and the opportunity to gain access to seed capital.