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Scholarships & Financial Aid

Making your MBA at Boston College more affordable

A graduate degree from Boston College is an excellent investment in your future. The Carroll School provides a wide range of merit-based scholarships to part-time MBA candidates. Boston College also offers loan and work-study programs to help students finance their educations.

Part-time MBA students typically take courses in each of the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. The program is self-paced, meaning students can determine how quickly they want to finish. While most students finish in 3 to 3.5 years, it is possible to finish in as little as two years. The program requires students to complete 19 courses, at a cost of $6,366* per course.

*2023-2024 school year, based on a per-credit cost of $2,122.

We are accepting applications for Fall 2024. The next application deadline is coming up on March 5.

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Talk to one of our advisors and we can guide you through our costs, scholarships, and financing options.

Explore Your Financial Aid Options

More than seventy percent of part-time MBA students entering in Fall 2022 received awards, with awards averaging around $10,000 per student.

All admitted 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.

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 Post-9/11 GI Bill.

Additionally, Boston College offers all military personnel and veterans application fee waivers. Contact us bcmba@bc.edu prior to submitting your application to arrange for your $100 fee waiver.

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. Learn more about our Course Waiver Policy

Part-time MBA students are eligible to apply for need-based financial aid through Boston College. For more information on tuition and aid, please see our Carroll Graduate Student Financial Aid Page

Get answers to your questions about the financial aid process. Please visit BC Graduate Student Financial Aid Page

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.



Contact Us

Hello, my name is Jelena and I work with prospective MBA, MSA, and MSF students at the Carroll School of Management.

Whether it’s understanding your scholarship and financing options, completing application, or discussing both your short- and long-term career goals, I’m happy to answer any of your questions. So, feel free to schedule a Zoom meeting or phone call.

Jelena Pejic
Assistant Director, Graduate Recruitment & Admissions