Real Estate Development Scholarships
George Mason University School of Business supports students in the MS in Real Estate Development program through real estate development scholarships open only to our students.
George Mason’s Real Estate Development Scholarships
The EagleBank Scholarship
The EagleBank Scholarship awards $10,000 each to two Mason MS in Real Estate Development students who are pursuing a career in the Washington, D.C., metro region in the field of real estate development.
The Peterson Family Scholarship
The Peterson Family Scholarship awards $5,000 each fall to one incoming Mason MS in Real Estate Development student who reflects the Peterson Companies’ dedication to developing thriving communities that offer a sense of place.
Northern Virginia Building Industry Association Past Presidents Scholarship
The Northern Virginia Building Industry Association Past Presidents Scholarship awards $2,500 each fall and spring semester to recognize one incoming Mason MS in Real Estate Development student who reflects the Northern Virginia Building Industry’s dedication to developing thriving residential communities in our region.
Robert Wulff Legacy Scholarship Endowment
The Robert Wulff Legacy Scholarship awards $1000 each fall to recognize one incoming Mason MS in Real Estate Development student who has made notable professional contributions in the field of real estate development.
Students in the MS in real estate development program are also welcome to submit a scholarship application for all scholarships available to graduate students at Mason. The Mason scholarship application is now open for the 2018-2019 Academic Year. Application Deadline: April 30, 2018. To apply for aid go to the Mason Scholarship Application. To be considered for a need-based scholarship, you must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Designed for professionals in real estate, Mason’s Masters in Real Estate Development is a cross-disciplinary masters degree in real estate development drawing on the expertise of faculty members within the School of Business, Schar School of Policy and Government, and Volgenau School of Engineering. The MS in Real Estate Development program provides students with the developer’s perspective on relevant issues, including civil engineering, finance, and public policy and prepares you to take a leading role.
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