Systems Engineering and Management Systems Engineering and Management

Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science & Naveen Jindal School of Management

Professional SEM Scholarships

Graduate Scholarships at the Jindal School

The Professional SEM Program awards a few merit-based scholarships to Professional SEM students in each of Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. These are available to both resident and non-resident Professional SEM students, including international Professional SEM students.

Scholarship requirements may include, but are not limited to: type, quality and duration of work experience, academic performance, residency, leadership and community service.

In order to be considered for scholarships, all new students are required to submit application for scholarship along with their application to the Professional SEM Program.

All applicants interested in a scholarship must fully complete and submit the online graduate scholarship application, along with their application to the Professional SEM Program.

Scholarship Requirements

Students are STRONGLY encouraged to read the requirements below very carefully before applying for any graduate scholarships:

While the Professional SEM Program does not require scores such as GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, ESL, etc. for the purpose of admission, (a) providing these scores and submitting official copies of these scores, along with (b) evidence of quality and duration of work experience, and (c) any other relevant activities, such as, leadership or community service to the Professional Program Office, for the purpose of scholarship application, will strengthen the applicant’s case for a scholarship.

  1. Students will not be considered automatically for scholarship awards.
  2. Students must apply online to be considered by the scholarship committee.
  3. Scholarships will be awarded until all available funds have been exhausted.
  4. Scholarships are non-renewable and cannot be combined or stacked with other scholarships. Scholarship offers will be sent to students from the Professional SEM Program Office via email.

Acceptance of scholarship awards and tuition reductions can result in varying implications to your tax status/situation. Please consult your professional tax advisor to determine the financial implications. You may also contact [email protected].

Professional SEM Scholarship Guidelines

  • Scholarship Program is a new program launched starting in Fall 2016
  • Only Professional MS SEM degree seeking candidates are eligible

New Entrants

  • All new entrants into the program are eligible
  • New entrants may be in the Fall, Spring or Summer semester
  • Scholarship awards will be made only in the subsequent Fall semester
  • Eligible to apply only once during the first 18 credit-hours.
  • A maximum of 3 scholarships will be awarded in an academic year
  • The amount of each scholarship will be a multiple of $1000 but not to exceed $3000
  • Scholarship award amount will depend on performance against selection criteria

Continuing Students

[After Completing 18 Credit Hours in the Professional SEM Program]
  • Anyone in the Professional SEM Program after completing 18 Credit Hours
  • Scholarship awards will be made only in the Fall
  • Eligible to apply only once during the second 18 credit-hours.
  • A maximum of 3 scholarships will be awarded in an academic year
  • The amount of each scholarship will be a multiple of $1000 but not to exceed $3000
  • Scholarship award amount will depend on performance in the Exec SEM Program
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