The Evening & Weekend Program offers MBA scholarships to entering students in the form of both need- and merit-based awards.
Applicants may need to submit additional information to be considered for certain scholarships or fellowships. Funding will be awarded to students at the time of admission based on the strength of the student's application.
Additional merit awards are also available for continuing students for subsequent years of study.
Below are examples of just some of the scholarships offered to students in recent academic years.
Provided by the generosity of Juanita Shapansky in honor of her son Ronald Shapansky, MBA 86, this grant is awarded based on financial need and will be disbursed equally across the six terms of the Evening & Weekend MBA program.
Dean’s scholarships are awarded to students based on demonstrated leadership and the overall strength of the admissions application. Applicants indicate on their application if they want to be considered for this scholarship.
The Berkeley Haas-SF Black MBA Association Fellowship (SF Black MBA Fellowship) is granted to students who demonstrate sustained commitment to increasing opportunity and access for racial/ethnic groups that are historically underrepresented in higher education and business (specifically Black/African-American, LatinX, and Native/Indigenous communities). Applicants will need to submit additional information to be considered.
The Berkeley Haas Equity Scholarships are awarded solely to a selected group of SF National Black Fellows who most exemplify the Fellowship selection criteria.
Diversity scholarships are awarded to entering students who have a proven commitment to promoting diversity. Applicants will need to submit additional information to be considered.
The Non-Profit and Public Service Scholarship facilitates access to the Berkeley MBA for students whose current employment is in the non-profit or public service sectors. Applicants will need to submit additional information to be considered.
This award for entering students is to mitigate expenses incurred by commuting from outside the nine-county Bay Area.