Make an investment in your future
There are many different options available to help you finance your graduate education at Thunderbird. In fact, more than 80% of Thunderbird students receive financial assistance through loans, scholarships or other awards. Arizona State University’s Financial Aid team works with you hand-in-hand to find the financing solutions for your unique situation. For detailed instructions or advice, contact the ASU Financial Aid team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read about the financial aid options available to you:
Exclusive Thunderbird Opportunities
This merit-based tuition scholarship is designed for competitive applicants who demonstrate above-average:
- Academic performance (undergraduate grade point average, GMAT/GRE scores, etc.)
- Previous work and/or leadership experience
- Personal, intellectual and professional fit with Thunderbird’s mission
To be considered for a Global Excellence scholarship for one of our graduate degree programs, please complete and submit the Optional Scholarship Essay as part of the graduate program application. Selection is based on this essay, as well as documentation submitted with your application. This scholarship award is exclusively applied to tuition and is not a refundable award.
Thunderbird Alumni Referral Program
Thunderbird alumni are our greatest resource—and we value their referrals. Through our Alumni Referral Program, any student who is referred by a member of our alumni and accepted for admission is eligible for a Global Excellence scholarship worth up to 40% of degree program tuition. Currently this referral program applies only to our Master of Global Management and Master of Arts in Global Affairs & Management programs.
SHARE Fellowship (full-time students only)
**Application closed for 2016/2017.**
Funded solely by alumni donations, the Thunderbird SHARE Fellowship provides top-tier candidates from emerging markets with up to 100% of tuition for one of Thunderbird’s top-ranked graduate degree programs. Each SHARE Scholar is also partnered with an alumni mentor and networking partner for the duration of their degree. Recipients of the SHARE Fellowship will need to commit to working 130 hours during the course of their degree program.