An investment with significant dividends.

The Dean's Scholarship for Master of Science in Financial Analysis and Investment Management (MS FAIM) is a merit-based award for incoming MS FAIM students at Saint Mary's College of California. Scholarship applicants must demonstrate high academic qualifications and great potential. Up to two $8,000 awards will be presented in multiple scholarships this year. A Dean's Scholarship applicant must meet the following qualifications:

  • Scholarship applicant must apply, be accepted, and enter the MS-FAIM degree program for the January 2014 or July 2013 start

  • Applicant must have a minimum undergraduate or graduate cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale

Click here to apply to be considered for the Dean's Scholarship for MS FAIM.

Click here for the next deadline.

Please note that we do not require all materials to be submitted as one packet.

Your application can be faxed, emailed, or mailed to:

Saint Mary’s College Graduate Business
Attention: Tammy Soulsby
380 Moraga Road
Moraga, CA 94556
Fax: (925)376-6521
Email: [email protected]

Questions?  Please contact us at [email protected] or (925) 631-4888.

About the Dean's Scholarship for MS FAIM:

For the first time, Saint Mary's College School of Economics and Business Administration is offering a merit-based scholarship opportunity for qualified candidates for the Master of Science in Financial Analysis and Investment Management degree (MS FAIM) program located in San Francisco. Full-time working professionals attend class two weeknights per week, and can receive their Master of Science degree in fifteen months. The MS FAIM degree prepares graduates for investment management positions such as equity analysts, portfolio managers, traders, and risk managers. To attend an information session to learn more about the MS FAIM degree, click here.

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