MBA scholarships are offered in two ways; internal scholarships, which are offered by MBA Programs themselves, as well as external scholarships, which are offered by other organizations. MBA scholarships may be based on merit (students who have performed well in their undergrad studies, at work, or on exams like the GMAT). Need-based MBA scholarships are generally awarded to students who demonstrate a financial need. “Easy” scholarships require a simple registration or for s student to leave a review. Below you will find our easy scholarship!
The MBA Insight Scholarship
DEADLINE: September 30, 2019 at 11:00 p.m. EST
Winner notified by October 15th.
MBA Scholarships don’t get any easier than this. Simply leave a review of your GMAT Test Prep Company and/or Admissions Consulting Company and enter to win our $500 scholarship!
How it works
The $500 MBA Scholarship is open to all MBA students and those planning on enrolling within 12 months. The winner will be determined by random drawing and then contacted directly and announced on MBAinsight.com’s website and on the Scholarship Winners page. One entry per person, read the official rules and FAQ’s.
To enter the Scholarship and leave review of GMAT Test Prep Company, click below:
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We are also currently recommending a few other easy scholarships to enter.
Congrats to the 2018 Scholarship Winner!- Amanda Landers
MBA Candidate, Class of 2022
Quinlan School of Business, Loyola University Chicago
“In a climate of ever-increasing business school tuition and fees, this scholarship will enable me to focus on my studies with less financial uncertainty. Thank you for your contribution to my business school pursuits, and I look forward to applying the values-based business knowledge from my program in the future.”
Congrats to the 2017 Scholarship Winner!- Anna Chatilo
MBA Candidate, Class of 2020
Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington
“With this scholarship comes not only the lessening of the financial burden of business school, but also validation of the commitment and investment I am making in my future.