The UC Davis Graduate School of Managements welcomes applicants from the various branches of the military. UC Davis MBA students still serving or with past military service have excelled inside and outside the classroom.
Your leadership skills, project management experience, team-based operations as well as your confidence to execute in high-pressure, real-world situations are characteristics that business schools and employers value.
The Graduate School of Management is honored to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program. For the 2011-2012 academic school year, the GSM has committed to awarding up to $4,500 for tuition expenses not covered by the Post-9/11 GI Bill, to at least two eligible MBA students. The Veterans Affairs (VA) will match that amount dollar for dollar.
The Graduate School of Management offers the following to U.S. Military and former U.S. military personnel:
We offer an automatic application fee waiver. Please contact Earl Raehsler, assistant director of admissions, before submitting your application to arrange for the waiver by email or phone: (530) 754-5354.
We are committed to making merit scholarship and financial aid available to qualified military personnel.
We provide an automatic one-year deferment if admitted military students’ plans are delayed by their service branch.
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