Michigan State University’s Broad College of Business has partnered with the National Society of Hispanic MBAs. As a member of NSHMBA’s University Partners Program, Broad’s Full-Time MBA Program will work with the organization to increase opportunities for Hispanic students in graduate business programs.
“The Broad College’s commitment to diversity is driven by MSU’s core values of inclusivity and connectivity,” said Sanjay Gupta, associate dean for MBA and professional master’s programs. “We share NSHMBA’s commitment to developing Hispanic business leaders and are pleased to partner with the organization.”
As part of the partnership, the Broad College will provide a scholarship for an outstanding Hispanic student. Student can learn more about the scholarship opportunity on the NSHMBA website.
NSHMBA’s University Partnership Program seeks to connect qualified Hispanic students and professionals with the financial assistance they need to complete an MBA. Widely known as the “premier Hispanic business organization,” NSHMBA serves 39 chapters and more than 23,000 members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.