Funding your MBA
We have a number of scholarships and bursaries available to support the most talented candidates for the Bath MBA programmes in 2018.
We base award decisions on professional track record, academic credentials and skillset. We also look for your potential to become an outstanding business leader or entrepreneur, and future ambassador for the School and programme.
If you would like us to consider you for a scholarship, you will need to write a 400-word statement outlining why you believe you should be given an award.
We award scholarships on a competitive basis. You should apply early to maximise your chances. You may apply for more than one award.
There are a number of scholarships and bursaries available to support your studies. Some are open to full-time or Executive MBA candidates only.
Please note scholarships and bursaries are subject to change at any time.
The Bath MBA European scholarships
Five of £10,000 each
Open to all candidates from EU/EEA countries. View a list of eligible countries.
The Bath MBA international scholarship
£3,000 - £5,000
Open to all candidates paying overseas fees.
Dean's MBA scholarship for excellence
Open to candidates with exceptional academic performance. A GMAT score may be required as evidence.
Third sector scholarship
Open to candidates from third sector organisations. Candidates must have a significant track record of contribution to the third sector.
Women in Business MBA scholarship
Open to outstanding female candidates who are inspiring role models.
Aquae Sulis MBA scholarship
£4,500 - £9,000
Open to all candidates. Award is linked to the potential contribution of the candidate to the MBA class.
University of Bath alumni bursary
10% discount on fees (up to £3,300)
Open to University of Bath graduates. If you have graduated with a full degree from a different programme at the University of Bath, you may be eligible for a discount of 10% on any part of your fees which you are funding yourself. Read more about tuition fee support for graduates.
Taught postgraduate master's bursaries
30 of £6,000 each
Open to all UK candidates who have received an offer. Read more about taught postgraduate bursaries.
£33,000 (including top up from the University) for 2018 entry
Open to applicants from Chevening-eligible countries. On confirmation of the award of a Chevening Scholarship, we will offer a top-up award to cover the remaining fee balance. Read more on the Chevening website.
The Moog Scholarship
Open to applicants who have successfully enrolled on the Full-time MBA. All candidates will be invited to submit a separate application in Autumn 2018. If successful, Moog Inc. may also invite you to work with them during your final project.
Sir Jack Cater Scholarship
Open to graduates of nominated Hong Kong universities. You will be automatically considered for this award if eligible. Read more about the Sir Jack Cater Scholarship.
Santander Universities Masters Scholarships
Open to applicants from Latin America. You will be automatically considered for this award if eligible. Read more about this scholarship.
Company Sponsor Bursary
Open for applicants who are sponsored by their company for at least 50% of their fees. This award is automatically applied. Your company will need to confirm funding support by letter or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pay your fees in instalments
Self-funding students can pay tuition fees in one or two instalments.
There are several options for paying fees. Read more about how you can pay your tuition fees.
Executive part-time MBA
Part-time students can pay their fees in up to four instalments.
Other ways of funding your MBA
There are many sources of funding available. Examples include but are not limited to:
Prodigy Finance loans
Prodigy Finance offer loans to students at top business schools, including the School of Management at the University of Bath.
Loans are for full-time students and available to over 150 nationalities.
Declaration: An entity connected to the University of Bath School of Management is an investor in MBA Community Loans PLC, which provides the finance to fund the Prodigy Finance Loan Scheme. The University of Bath School of Management may therefore benefit from any lending under the scheme.