The Haskayne MBA program aims to transform Canada’s business landscape by enabling our students to make significant contributions as individuals, and as leaders.
More than $650k was awarded to Haskayne MBA students last year. There are a number of entrance and continuing awards available to Evening MBA students, including:
Hakayne Entrance scholarships are between $1,500 and $5k per individual.
Haskayne Entrance scholarships are awarded based on prior academic success, including undergraduate GPA and GMAT scores.
How to apply
You will automatically be considered for an entrance scholarship when you apply to the program. Note that as per admissions, entrance scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis so you are encouraged to apply early in the admission cycle.
Continuing scholarships are between $900 and $5,000 per award.
Continuing scholarships are awarded based on either academic achievement in the previous year or specific criteria if donor-funded. Note that Evening MBA students must complete a minimum of three half course equivalents during the preceding 12 months of studies to be eligible for continuing scholarships.
How to apply
You will automatically be considered for continuing scholarships; students will be notified in April if an application / statement is required.
Recognizing the strategic advantage that is gained through building leadership capacity, many leading organizations have chosen to fully or partially fund participants in the Haskayne Evening MBA. The key benefits for organizations who support participants in the program are:
- Retain top talent
- Enhance critical thinking
- Realize immediate results
- Gain an entrepreneurial perspective
Other Sources of Funding
Canadian citizens / permanent residents enrolled in MBA Programs at the Haskayne School of Business have access to preferential credit arrangements through ATB.
Please note that we do not accept international applications for our Evening MBA program. Our Daytime MBA, Executive MBA and Global Energy Executive MBA accept international students.