The black community is significantly underrepresented at business school. To change this, business schools and industry organizations offer a variety of resources to support black MBA and master’s candidates.
BusinessBecause has rounded up some of the most helpful resources for you here:
BusinessBecause Cost of MBA Report 2020 – Find out the total cost of an MBA at the world’s top business schools to help you plan your finances.
6 Unique Ways To Fund Your Degree – Explore more ways to finance your MBA
Coronavirus Updates – Check out the latest news on how coronavirus may impact your business school application
GMAT – Get test prep tips and learn more about the GMAT Online Exam
Compare MBA Rankings – Use our tool to compare top-ranked business schools
BusinessBecause Videos – Check out our video section for admissions tips and advice
Can Business Schools Do More To Support The Black Community? - Read what business schools are already doing to support black candidates and find out what more can be done
5 Of The Best US Business Schools For African-American MBAs – Read more about the schools fighting racial inequality in the business sphere
The National Black MBA Association leads in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth for Black graduates with MBAs and other advanced degrees, as well as entrepreneurs, and works to increase the number and the diversity of successful Blacks in the business community.
Through its Collegiate Partnership Program, NBMBAA offers a variety of scholarships in partnership with business schools listed here:
Scholarships and support organizations
UVA Darden - Marietta and Sherwood Frey Scholarship
Wharton - Howard E. Mitchell Fellowship
BusinessBecause will continue to add to this resources list. If you know of a useful resource we should include here, please let us know by posting in the comments box below.