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The University of St. Thomas - Minnesota
Opus College of Business
The UST MBA program is on a mission to transform not only the way business is taught, but the way it is practiced. As the only AACSB-accredited private business school in Minnesota, the Opus College of Business has launched more than 17,000 of its alumni into successful careers, helping them positively impact their organizations and their communities.
Our location in the heart of downtown Minneapolis allows you to pursue your goals in a thriving metropolitan community.
More than 20 Fortune 500 companies call Minneapolis/St. Paul home, including leaders in retail (Best Buy and Target), financial services (US Bank and Ameriprise), health care (United Health and Medtronic), consumer products (3M and General Mills), and industrial products (Cargill, Ecolab). You’ll encounter St. Thomas graduates at each and every one of these companies. In addition, our hundreds of artistic and cultural venues, and miles of waterways, lakes, parks, and recreational areas, make the Twin Cities one of the country’s most rewarding places to live and work
In all it does, the Opus College of Business never forgets its vision: to excel in educating highly principled global business leaders. In an era where business decisions impact more than the bottom line, doing the right thing becomes more than a slogan. It becomes the right thing to do.
Available Funding: University of St. Thomas Opus/NSHMBA Scholarship
* NSHMBA members in good standing will receive preferred consideration.
Special Instructions: All applicants offered admission to the program
are considered for scholarships. No additional application materials are
necessary. Advise admissions councilor that you wish to be considered for the
NSHMBA UPP Scholarship
NSHMBA Chapter: Minneapolis/St. Paul
As a NSHMBA member, your information will be sent to those
colleges and universities which you indicate. This information will be used to
request an application to the institution's scholarship, fellowship, or
assistantship program. This information may arrive to you either by regular
mail or email. Each institution will also include admission materials for their