The Anderson School of Management, the Executive Vice President of Administration, and the Executive Vice President of Health Sciences sponsor scholarship opportunities for UNM staff employees and faculty interested in attending the Anderson School of Management's Executive MBA (EMBA) Program.

The EMBA program is a 25-month, on-campus weekend program for those with at least five years of significant work experience. The program begins once each year in late June. Classes meet every other weekend on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. The next class will begin on June 22, 2012. For more information visit: Executive MBA.

To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must first meet the admissions criteria for the EMBA program.

UNM staff are eligible to apply for one of two full scholarships which will pay 100 percent of the EMBA program costs (less tuition remission) for the length of the program.

UNM staff and faculty are eligible to apply for a partial scholarship which will pay all but $2,200 per semester (after tuition remission) for the length of the EMBA program.

These scholarship programs serve as a demonstration of UNM's and the Anderson School of Management's commitment to provide career development opportunities for staff and faculty. The University is fortunate to have such a talented and motivated staff and faculty and is committed to supporting their career development. At the same time, the University needs faculty administrators and managers who are prepared to meet the challenges ahead. These scholarships are designed to connect these two initiatives by supporting those who are interested in pursuing a management career at UNM.

If you want to develop and improve your business, problem solving and strategic thinking skills, consider this exciting scholarship opportunity.

Detailed information about the scholarships, including the application process, can be found at: Executive MBA.

The deadline for UNM staff or faculty to submit EMBA application materials, including the UNM scholarship application form and a GMAT or GRE score, is Sunday, April 1, 2012. Late applications cannot be considered.