Katz MBA Full Scholarship Application Instructions
The NBMBAA Atlanta Chapter is part of the Pitt Black MBA Network (PBAN) 5-Chapter Scholarship Initiative created to promote the Joseph Katz Graduate School of Business Master of Business Administration degree program to select chapters across the United States of America.
The Initiative is offering one full tuition scholarship to an applicant referred from the NBMBAA Atlanta Chapter’s region who has met the qualifications for admission and has been accepted into the Katz full-time (one-year or two-year) MBA program.
The Katz MBA is a robust and high ranking program which you can learn more about by visiting these websites at http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/ and http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba/admissions/diversity/index.php
If you are interested in obtaining admission to this top MBA program, you must submit your MBA Admissions application by May 1st for consideration of this scholarship. The Admissions Office may extend deadlines as scholarships remain available. Follow the Application Process instructions outline below.
Step 1: Submit your online referral form at:
- http://katz.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4IN7sx10LblCdPn and in the “Comments about Candidate” box, select your chapter’s region or PBAN. In the referral section, add a name of a PBAN representative. Following your submission, a Katz Admissions Officer will contact you once in receipt of this completed form.
- Step 2: Create an account and submit your application at: https://app.applyyourself.com/AYApplicantLogin/fl_ApplicantConnectLogin.asp?id=up-katz
- Step 3: Contact one of the Katz Recruiters to request:
o Application fee ($50) waiver;
o GMAT registration fee ($250) or GRE registration fee ($195) waiver; and
o Additional program questions.