Graduate Fellowships

Through the generosity of individual, corporate and foundation donors, the Freeman School offers fellowships to a number of exceptionally gifted graduate students based on a variety of criteria, including academic excellence, geographic and personal background, and professional experience. Amounts may vary, from partial to full tuition.

There is no separate application for most merit-based fellowships; the school identifies those applicants who demonstrate outstanding potential based on their application to the program. To be considered for fellowships, prospective students must complete their applications for admission by the merit fellowship consideration deadline and indicate that they would like to be considered for fellowships. If you are awarded a fellowship, you will receive a status change email from the Admissions office with information about your award and whether or not it is renewable for programs longer than one year.

Highlighted below are some of the Freeman School's fellowships.

 

Beinner Family Goldman Sachs Scholarship

Program: All graduate programs
The Beinner Family Goldman Sachs Scholarship provides financial support to undergraduate or graduate students in any program at the Freeman School.

Kenneth J. Boudreaux MBA ’67 Fellowship

Program: All graduate programs
The Kenneth J. Boudreaux MBA ’67 Fellowship provides financial support to graduate students at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

Class of 1987 Fellowship

Program: All graduate programs
The Freeman School Class of 1987 Fellowship provides financial assistance to graduate business students.

Freeman 50 Endowed Fellowship FUnd

Program: Full time MBA program
The Freeman 50 Fellowship supports graduate student fellowships for students enrolled in the full-time MBA program at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

Sara Annie Baker Hopkins ’84 and David L. Hopkins Fellowship

Program: MBA, Fast Track MBA, PMBA and EMBA
The Sara Annie Baker Hopkins ’84 and David L. Hopkins Fellowship provides financial support for deserving Master of Business Administration students at the Freeman School.

Hansel O. Kincaid Graduate Accounting Fellowship

Program: Master of Accounting
The Hansel O. Kincaid Graduate Accounting Fellowship provides financial support to one or more business school graduate students studying accounting who demonstrate superior academic achievement and show promise for future accomplishments. Each recipient will be known as the Kincaid Scholar.

Note: The most academically excellent applicants will be invited to complete an essay addressing the basis for and significance of professional ethics in accounting or ethical practices in the general business world, and that ethics requires an organized basis for systematic thought.

 

Linn Family Scholarship

Program: Full Time MBA
The Linn Family Scholarship provides partial tuition for at least one MBA student enrolled in the full-time MBA program at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

Sue K. and Charles L. Tilis Fellowship

Program: Master of Accounting
The Sue K. and Charles L. Tilis Fellowship provides financial support to graduate or doctoral students in the accounting program at the A. B. Freeman School. Tulane undergraduates in the BSM/MACCT program may also be considered.

Notes: Special consideration will be given for students who are female or who are members of groups that are underrepresented at Tulane.

 

Slosberg-United Builders Supply Fellowship

Program: MBA
The Slosberg-United Builders Supply Fellowship provides partial tuition for an MBA student enrolled in the full-time MBA program at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

Tulane Alumni Association of Panama Scholarship

Program: One-year, specialized programs (Master of Accounting, Master of Business Analytics, Master of Finance, Master of Management, Master of Management in Energy)
The Tulane Alumni Association of Panama Scholarship supports a Panamanian student studying in any one-year graduate program at the Freeman School.