All applicants will be considered for merit-based awards and do not require any action. Merit-based awards will be determined based on the overall strength of the admissions application, professional goals, educational achievement, intended concentration, leadership skills, and embodiment of the Haas Defining Leadership Principles. Please note that meeting the stated criteria does not mean you’re guaranteed funds; rather, it means you are eligible for consideration.
Merit-based awards are supported in part by the generosity of our donors.
Diversity Equity & Inclusion Scholarships:
Provided by the generosity of Allan Holt. This scholarship is awarded to students who are committed to promoting diversity in the Haas School of Business and who contribute to a diverse educational environment.
Awarded to equity fluent leaders.
Provided by the generosity of Dr. Dato’ Sri Tahir. This scholarship is awarded to international students with a preference for those who completed their undergraduate education in Asia.
Provided by the generosity of Mr. Scott Galloway and in conjunction with the Galloway Scholars Program at Berkeley Haas, this award supports students in the Full-Time MBA Program at the Haas School of Business. Mr. Galloway’s intention to financially support children of immigrants, for both undergraduate and graduate students at the Berkeley Haas School of Business, is an incredibly generous and visionary goal. This goal is clearly stated and based on his experiences as a child of immigrants, who benefitted from the public education that California did, and continues to offer, to children of immigrant parents. He is a beneficiary of this educational opportunity and now wants to provide funding to ensure these opportunities exist for other children of immigrant families.
Provided by the generosity of Mr. Henrique Ceribelli. This fellowship is awarded to MBA students with a preference for students who completed their undergraduate education in Latin America.
Provided by the generosity of Ms. Roberta Sung in honor of Song Feiqing. Song founded the Dongya Corporation which developed into one of the most important powerhouses of the Chinese textile industry. This is an award to support high-achieving FTMBA students with preference to students who represent the international community, preferably China, and who intend to pursue business opportunities either in China or in other parts of Southeast Asia, after graduation.
Provided by the generosity of Steve Tirado. This scholarship is awarded to students that demonstrate a commitment to diversity.
Provided by the generosity of Mr. Michael Torres. This fellowship is awarded to MBA students with a preference for students who are California-born and demonstrate excellence in leadership skills.
Provided by the generosity of Mr. Tomek Ulatowski. This fellowship is awarded to MBA students with a preference for students who completed their higher education in Poland or Ukraine.
Academic Excellence, Leadership or Industry Scholarships:
Provided by the generosity of alumnus John Natt (MBA ’69). The Blue Duck Scholarship is awarded to an MBA student who has received his or her undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon. Award dependent on endowment payout available and total number of eligible candidates.
The C & J White Fellowship is awarded to MBA students pursuing careers in finance.
Awarded to students who best demonstrate their commitment to responsible business and their desire to engage with and support the Center for Responsible Business at Berkeley Haas.
Provided by the generosity of Mike Meyer and Carol Meyer. This award is for students with an undergraduate degree in the fields of engineering or science as well as students who intend to pursue an entrepreneurial career.
The Jimenez Family Fellowship is awarded to US Citizens who demonstrate financial need and are students in the MBA program.
Provided by the generosity of Christina Ma McFarland and Jason McFarland. This fellowship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.