In order to apply for fellowship award consideration, you must meet the nomination eligibility criteria established by the Gradaute School and submit your complete application for the autumn term by the published deadlines. For applicants completing their application prior to the deadline, information regarding financial assistance decisions will be available by late April. You do not need to submit any materials beyond what is required by the application.
Fisher College of Business nominates its strongest MHRM degree candidates for The Ohio State University’s outstanding fellowship program. Students who apply by the appropriate deadline, have a minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.6 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher and stellar GRE or GMAT scores will be considered for nomination for University Fellowship awards from the Graduate School. These fellowships provide a full waiver of tuition and general fees, plus a monthly stipend of $1,400 for the first year of the two year program.
Admitted students who are U.S. citizens and can add to the diversity of the overall Graduate School (e.g. including, but not limited to, members of under-represented groups, etc.) may be eligible for Graduate Enrichment Fellowships or University Fellowships.
The Fisher MHRM program awards a small amount of graduate assistantship positions to its admitted students each year. If you wish to be considered for one of these positions be sure to apply by the financial aid deadline. You do not need to submit anything beyond what is required by the application.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to also pursue graduate assistantships through other departments at Ohio State University.
Graduate students should inquire with the Ohio State's Student Consolidated Services Center or Fisher's Graduate Programs Office for more information about loans and other financial assistance.
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