EGL & Tauber Institute Scholarships
Bonder EGL Scholarship
Dhillon-Randhawa Family Educational Scholarship Fund for EGL
The Dhillon-Randhawa Family Educational Scholarship Fund was established in 2009 to provide a scholarship award each year to one current EGL student. Recipients are selected based on academic excellence, demonstrated leadership and financial need.
EGL Student Support Fund for Global Experience
The EGL Student Support Fund for Global Experience is an endowed fund that will pay for the costs of one student to participate in the EGL Volunteer Abroad experience.
Tauber Institute Awards
EGL Capstone Scholarship
All EGL students, upon completing of their Tauber capstone project, are eligible to receive a $2,000 award from the Tauber Institute for Global Operations.
Spotlight! Team Project Showcase and Scholarship Competition
Tauber teams present their project and results at the annual Spotlight! event in September. Teams that place (1st, 2nd, or 3rd) will receive financial awards.
Tauber Institute Alumni Scholarship
The Tauber Institute Alumni Scholarship is funded by the Tauber Alumni Scholarship Fund for second-year students. The fund awards two scholarships at Spotlight! to current Tauber Institute students who contribute to a richer, more valuable learning experience for fellow and future students.
Tauber Institute for Global Operations Fellowships
Current Tauber Institute for Global Operations students who are committed to making a positive difference in business through a career in operations are invited to apply for awards to help support the cost of tuition and registration fees.
Tauber Leadership & Involvement Awards
Students who take a leadership role in the Tauber Institute may qualify for additional financial awards. EGL students are encouraged to contact the Tauber Institute for more information about these awards.
Additional Scholarship & Funding Resources for EGL Students
College of Engineering Scholarships
As current students, EGL students are eligible to apply for several scholarships through the U-M College of Engineering.
Major National Scholarships
Funding for Graduate Students
The College of Engineering provides a web resource for seeking funding to support the Masters degree.
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