Intensive Courses: If you are planning on registering for a spring intensive and borrow federal financial aid, please note that any changes in your enrollment may impact financial aid eligibility. Students will be reviewed on a case by case basis, depending on the circumstance. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid, if you anticipate a change in your enrollment or have further questions.
Going from Full-Time to Part-Time: Questrom Scholarships are pro-rated when students enroll part-time in their last semester based on the number of Questrom credits (9 credits is 75%, 6 credits is 50%, etc.) Scholarships cannot exceed tuition charges. Federal loans, along with most private loans, require students enroll in at least 6 credits to remain eligible for spring. Spring borrowing eligibility is determined by the exact courses you are registered for.
Financing Your Education
The goal of Questrom Graduate Financial Aid is to make your graduate degree financially possible. Our staff will work with you to review financing options, determine eligibility for specific programs, and help your select the best possible means for securing your degree. Please email Questrom Financial Aid with specific questions about programs and procedures or to discuss your options for financing your degree.
Boston University Questrom School of Business awards generous merit scholarships to the most highly qualified candidates. Merit based scholarships are awarded at the point of admission and are determined by Questrom Graduate Admissions.
Federal loans are available to U.S. Citizens/permanent residents
Private loans are available to domestic and international students to help cover any needed portion of their tuition/expenses.
Students whose company has tuition reimbursement benefits will need to notify Questrom Financial Aid or indicate this on their financial aid application.
Boston University partners with Nelnet QuikPAY® to allow students to split the cost of attendance into convenient monthly payments. Please visit BU Student Account Services for specific plan information for both full-time and part-time programs.
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