Financial Information 

A graduate degree from the WPI Business School is an investment in your personal and professional future.  We understand the cost of pursuing a graduate degree may seem overwhelming, but we are here to help you as you navigate the application process through the process of securing funding for your education. 


The Business School offers scholarships to our admitted students based on merit. We will holistically review your entire application in order to determine the merit based scholarship we believe you qualify for in relationship to your program of choice.

Merit based scholarships are available throughout the admission cycle. There is no additional application for scholarship consideration. Simply select yes when asked on the application if you wish to be considered for a scholarship. 

  • For applicants to our MS programs, scholarships range from $1,000 to $4,000.
  • The Dean’s Fellowship is a onetime $20,000 award to be used toward tuition in your first year of study.

For additional information, please visit Federal Financial Aid or WPI Tuition and Financial Aid.

DEIB in the WPI Business School

Celebrating Diversity in Business and STEM

At WPI, we aim to create a vibrant, inclusive, and equitable community that celebrates and embraces the diversity of all its members. Together, we can work towards a more inclusive and supportive WPI and Worcester community.

In the WPI Business School, we celebrate, respect, and support diversity in business and STEM. How do we do it? Through advocacy, events, financial aid opportunities, and more.

Learn more about DEIB initiatives at WPI.

Business School Professor Adrienne Hall-Phillips speaks with students during Business Week

The Dean's Diversity Scholarship

The Business School at WPI is committed to advancing the vision articulated in our Institutional values regarding inclusion. We seek a campus where everyone feels a sense of belonging. We respect differences and the complex identities of each member of our community. We are courageous in our efforts to reduce systemic barriers to success for marginalized groups. We celebrate diversity while working to advance equity on our campus and within STEM.

Given this prompt as context, write a 1-2 page reflective essay that addresses how your experiences with marginalization have affected your commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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