As you’re investing in your MBA, UNO is investing in you, offering a variety of scholarships to help you be successful as an MBA student and a future business leader. The UNO MBA scholarships are funded by alumni and friends of the university to attract outstanding students who will bring academic excellence, leadership potential, diversity and unique perspectives to the class.
Union Pacific MBA Scholarship
Due April 1 each year, scholarships are to be used for educational expenses during the academic year of the award. Each scholarship shall be awarded for one academic year but may be renewed up to a maximum of two additional academic years, provided that the recipient maintains a 3.00 minimum GPA. Download the application.
H. Steve Anderson MBA Scholarship
Students meeting the following criteria shall be eligible for this fellowship:
- Candidates shall be pursuing an MBA in College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha.
- Preference shall be given to U.S. citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents.
- Preference shall be given to candidates who demonstrate leadership and community involvement.
- Preference shall be given to candidates who have demonstrated financial need.
- Preference shall be given to candidates who have an interest in the marketing or financial field.
All scholarships awarded may be renewable for up to three additional academic years, provided that the recipient maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above.
Due May 1 each year, this scholarship is to be used for educational expenses during the academic year. Download the application.
UNO Advantage Scholarships
Advantage scholarships allow nonresident recipients to receive a portion of the difference between resident and nonresident rate tuition. The scholarships are renewable with good academic progress. Download the application.
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