An MBA from the Chaifetz School’s unique, full-time program is an investment in your future. But our Jesuit mission inspires us and our donors to do everything we can to make our world-class business education accessible. That means unlike many business schools, we offer scholarships to help you defray the cost of your degree so you can realize a return on your investment even sooner.
Chaifetz School Merit Scholarships
All applicants to the Chaifetz School of Business one-year MBA program are automatically considered for merit scholarship awards with their application for admission. Award decisions are made based on prior academic performance, GMAT or GRE scores and professional work experience. Chaifetz School Merit Scholarship awards offer support up to $15,000 over the program and are made at the time of admission to assist students in making informed decisions about their education.
Competitive Donor Scholarships
Thanks to the generosity of successful alumni and friends, students accepted to the Chaifetz School one-year MBA program are also eligible to apply for one of several competitive donor scholarships. Donor scholarship awards are made in addition to and may be combined with Chaifetz School Merit Scholarships. Applicants accepted to the one-year MBA program are provided specific donor scholarship application information upon admission. Scholarship applications must be submitted by April 1, 2020.
This award is granted to support students in the one-year MBA program at the Chaifetz School of Business who show superior intellect, leadership potential as well as who demonstrate financial need.
This award is granted to support students in the one-year MBA program at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business who demonstrate a distinct ability to persevere in the face of challenges.
This award is granted to support students in the one-year MBA programs at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business who demonstrate a strong orientation, passion and commitment to service.
This award is granted to selected candidates from Central European countries to pursue an MBA degree at Saint Louis University. Scholarship awards cover full tuition for the Chaifetz School of Business' one-year MBA program.
Eligibility: Students must be current residents of a Central European country at the time of application, with preference given to applicants from Hungary.
Chaifetz School Graduate Internships
In addition to scholarship opportunities, the Chaifetz School offers 10 graduate internship positions each year exclusively to one-year MBA program students. Students selected for the program have the opportunity to gain professional experience working 10 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters with academic departments, centers of excellence and administrative units within the Chaifetz School to earn up to $5,400.
Federal Financial Aid
Graduate students are eligible for up to $20,500 in federal Direct Unsubsidized loans. Learn more about federal and other student loan opportunities