The following are scholarships available to all admitted students. You will need to submit an application that is accessible through the scholarship portal on the application status page after your admission. In addition, all candidates will be considered for a partial-tuition Merit Scholarship. There is no application required and typically the merit scholarship will be offered at the time the admissions decision is made.
This fund, launched in 2015, was developed in memory of Kate who was an MFE alumna from the Class of 2014. Kate was an extraordinary and selfless human being.Read About Kate's Story
The Chengchun "Arthur" Qi Book Scholarship for $1,000 was developed in memory of Arthur, a student in the MFE program, who passed away unexpectedly in February 2012. The scholarship application is available online each year.
Provided by the generosity of the Mark Rubinstein Fellowship these funds will be used to provide support for high-achieving graduate students in the MFE Program. Prospective recipients will need to demonstrate financial need and strong ethics.
Veterans Benefits can be a lucrative funding option. Veteran students in our self-supporting programs have had all assessed fees covered for their graduate degree.Learn More About Veterans Benefits
Each year FWSF award scholarships to Bay Area women studying finance and accounting. The scholarships offered for graduates are in the amount of $15,000.More About FWSF Awards
The majority of assistance is in the form of loans. Students can often borrow Federal or Private Loans up to the Cost of Attendance.
We participate in Federal Loans for US citizens and permanent residents. Due to the nontraditional academic calendar of the MFE Program, students will need to go through the loan process twice for Federal Loans (once for the Spring & Summer terms, and once for the Fall & Winter terms).More About Federal Loans
We also participate in private loan programs for those that feel they may get a better rate than the federal loans or for international students that have a U.S. cosigner.More About Private Loans
If you are an international student without a U.S. cosigner you may be able to borrow up to $60,000 from a risk-share loan that does not require a cosigner.More About International Loans
Berkeley Haas Financial Aid staff are your point of contact for all financial aid questions rather than the central University offices. The Haas Financial Aid staff can also assist with basic billing, and payment questions which are administered by the central University offices. Refer to the Haas Financial Aid website for additional details about loans and other related topics.
Haas Financial Aid Office
S546 Student Services Bldg.
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
phone: (510) 643-0183