Cost & Aid
A limited number of merit-based scholarships are available for exceptional applicants of all academic backgrounds and will be awarded to the most competitive applicants at the scholarship committee’s discretion.
CFA Student Scholarship
- Because Texas A&M is a partner school with the CFA Institute, the CFA Exam Scholarship Application-Department of Finance is available to students that want to register for the June CFA exam date. The scholarship is valued at $500.
Government Finance Officers Association of Texas Fellowship
- The Government Finance Officers Association of Texas formed a standing committee to encourage the development of government accounting and finance throughout Texas. The GFOAT Fellowship, which amounts to $5000, is split over two semesters.
Houston Society CFA Scholarship
- CFA Houston awards $2,500 annually to one deserving student from the Texas A&M MS Finance Program. Most scholarship winners will be selected from the students that demonstrate a commitment to learning about financial analysis and the capital markets and communicate a strong desire to be involved in the investment management profession.
MS Finance CFA Scholarship
- If you applied to the MSF Program in Accelerated Admissions, you can take the CFA Level 1 and CFA Level 2 exams to earn additional scholarship money. If CFA Level 1 is passed, you will be awarded $2,000. If CFA Level 2 is passed, you will be awarded $4,000.
STEM-to-Stocks Fellowship Program
- Merit-based scholarships exclusive to exceptional STEM undergraduate students that are admitted into the program.
Stuart W. Murff ’73 Scholarship
- The Murff Scholarship is a gift from the Murff family in honor of Stuart W. Murff ’73, a former MSF student. The student that achieves the highest grade in FINC 601A (August Boot Camp) will receive the one-time award of $5,000.
Todd Bland Memorial Scholarship
- The Todd Bland Memorial Scholarship is a gift from the Bland family. The scholarship is awarded in the amount of $1000 to female students pursuing the MS Finance degree who demonstrate the highest academic potential in their cohort as assessed by the scholarship committee.
Texas Aggie Graduate Grant
- The Texas Aggie Graduate Grants are need-based awards for Texas residents. Each student may receive up to $1,500 per semester in the fall and spring and $750 per semester in the summer with a maximum of $3000 annually. Applications are provided during the summer to students who meet the eligibility requirements.
For more information about what general aid is available to all graduate students at Texas A&M University, please visit the Scholarships and Financial Aid Website at: https://financialaid.tamu.edu/Graduate