Krannert School of Management
Purdue University is known as the cradle of astronauts, the cradle of quarterbacks and is home to some of the best engineering, science and technology programs in the world. People travel from all over the globe to study at Purdue, making it one of the most diverse universities on the planet. Purdue’s tradition of excellence carries over to its top-ranked MBA Program as well. The Krannert School of Management attracts students from various backgrounds, molding them into leaders who know how to turn data into action to solve the world’s challenges. Though a Purdue MBA has never walked on the moon like Purdue alum Neil Armstrong or thrown for the most yards in an NFL season like fellow alum Drew Brees, they soar to great heights in their respective fields and industries.
The Krannert School of Management is honored to be one of NSHMBA’s University Partners and looks forward to the opportunities our membership can bring to qualified graduate students in the form of scholarships, fellowships and graduate assistantships. In cooperation with NSHMBA, the Krannert School of Management agrees to provide at least one in-kind scholarship, fellowship, or graduate assistantship to a graduate student in good standing each academic year. In order to apply for this award, the student must first be admitted to the university and/or program.
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Available Funding: Purdue’s Krannert School of Management NSHMBA Scholarship, Fellowship or Graduate Assistantship
Funding Type: Partial to full-tuition scholarships, fellowships and graduate assistantships to qualified full-time MBA candidates are available. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit and vary in amount. Awardees typically have strong application materials and profiles above the average class profile.
Application Deadline: Rolling Special Instructions: None
NSHMBA Chapter: Indianapolis
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