Do any of your students aspire to get their MBA after going to college?

If yes, we have some great resources you can share with them.

  1. The Center for School, College, and Career Resources has been sharing a great resource on Scholarships, Grants and Funding Options for MBA Students. It is on and includes:
  • A list of specific scholarships available to MBA students
  • Tips on how to land MBA scholarships
  • Ask an expert: Do’s and Don’ts for MBA scholarships
  • Other ways to finance your MBA
  • Additional scholarship resources

Here is a link:

2. has developed a 7 part guide that familiarizes individuals with their business school options while guiding them through the selection and application process. They also offer state-specific resources exploring the MBA and business landscape in each state to advise individuals on local options for a quality business education. Here is a link to the guide:

Chapters include:

  • The basics of the MBA degree
  • Choosing an MBA program
  • Getting into an MBA program
  • Inside the MBA program
  • Paying for your MBA
  • Life after graduation

They also provide analyses of available MBA concentrations. MBA concentrations combine the advanced business management education of an MBA curriculum with graduate-level courses across a wide array of subjects, yielding MBA graduates primed for leadership roles in their desired field. Within three years of graduation, 24% of MBA graduates will start their own company or business.

These are some great resources to share with your students that are considering pursuing a MBA after college.