Learn how you can make earning your MBA at Boston College more affordable.
All admitted full-time and part-time MBA candidates are considered for merit-based scholarships. Scholarships are awarded to high-achieving, high-potential candidates who possess strong application credentials and a demonstrated track record of success both academically and professionally.
Military and Veterans
Veterans and active-duty military personnel are eligible for financial assistance with education expenses. The GI Bill provides a variety of resources, while the Yellow Ribbon Program offers support to U.S. Veterans who are eligible for the new Post-9/11 GI Bill.
Additionally, Boston College offers all military personnel and veterans application fee waivers. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to submitting your application to arrange for your $100 fee waiver.
Advanced Standing Credit
We evaluate every admitted part-time MBA candidate for advanced standing credit, saving you both time and tuition expense. Based on previous academic experience and professional certifications (such as CPA or CFA), eligible candidates may be able to waive up to five classes, saving you time and money.
Graduate Financial Aid
All MBA students are eligible to apply for need-based financial aid through Boston College. For more information on the federal financial aid process and alternative loans, please see our Graduate Student Financial Aid page.
Get answers to your questions about the financial aid process. Please visit Boston College's Graduate Student Financial Aid FAQs.
Employer Tuition Assistance
If you are a part-time MBA student, your employer may provide tuition assistance benefits. Consider talking to your manager about how your news skills will benefit your company.
Learn more about the full cost of attendance and financial aid options for the BC MBA Program: BC MBA Tuition and Aid.