The School of Accounting provides scholarships to exceptional students, thanks to the generosity of individuals, corporate donors and the Eccles School.
In 2017, approximately 69% of students received some type of scholarship. All applicants to the full-time MAcc program who submit a complete program application by the priority deadline and are admitted are considered for merit-based scholarships. A separate application is not required. If scholarships are still available, those who submit an application after the priority deadline may be considered. Merit-based scholarships are not available to part-time students.
In order to receive priority consideration:
- The applicant must have completed four of the seven accounting prerequisites at the time of application. Note that awards given to those who have completed only four or five of the courses will be contingent upon maintaining grades.
- The applicant must have an undergraduate GPA, accounting GPA, and GMAT score (when applicable) above the average of the applicant pool.
Notification of merit-based awards is sent separately from the admission decision. Merit-based scholarships include non-resident tuition assistance for non-resident and international students.