Enrolling in the Erb Institute dual degree program is the best investment you can make to prepare for a successful career at the intersection of business and sustainability.
As an Erb student, you will have many options to help finance your education:
- Erb Institute recruitment scholarships
- Erb Institute awards for current students
- Ross financial aid
- SNRE financial aid
- Other University of Michigan funding
During your six semesters at the University of Michigan, you will pay three semesters of tuition to Ross and three semesters to SNRE. Each school sets its own tuition rate each year. See the Ross Tuition and Costs page and the University of Michigan Office of the Registrar website for tuition costs at each school.
The Institute awards scholarships to entering students with the objective of recruiting a student population with diverse backgrounds and exceptional records of professional, academic and community accomplishments. New students are eligible to apply if they have applied to both Ross and SNRE, and have been admitted to at least one school.
Awards are made on a rolling basis, so students are advised to apply as soon as they are eligible. Scholarship amounts vary, and not every student will receive an award. Awards are disbursed as tuition credits during a student’s third year in the MBA/MS program.
Several funding opportunities are available through the Erb Institute for current students. We support a wide range of activities that promote the intellectual, personal and professional development of our students, including:
- Prototyping for social enterprise start-ups
- Competing at case competitions
- Exploring renewable energy technologies and business models
- Interning at governments and nonprofits during the summer
- Reporting on international conferences
- Exceptional service to the Erb community
Please stay tuned for specific funding announcements once you’ve joined the Erb community. As funds from our generous donors for these activities are limited, we encourage students to seek out additional sources of aid and awards.
Current students: Please sign in with your U-M kerberos login for more information on scholarships here.