You may qualify for a scholarship, which will be applied toward your program fees for a full-length GMAT class at Austin GMAT Review, if any of the following applies to you:
You are a member of the U.S. military.
You are a full-time student at a college or university.
You are employed by a non-profit organization or by the State of Texas.
You are unemployed because of a layoff or because you graduated from college within the past 12 months and are still looking for work.
You may also qualify for a scholarship, which will be applied toward your program fees for a full-length GMAT class at Austin GMAT Review, if you have scored 620 or higher on the official GMAT or on our diagnostic test.
Only new students are eligible for the above scholarships.
If you qualify for either a need-based or merit-based scholarship, your scholarship amount will be at least $200, but could be significantly higher depending upon your specific circumstances. Please call us or submit the form below, providing as much detail as possible, and we will get back to you.