As part of the new partnership with Forté Foundation, Carey Business School will offer the Forté Fellowships. These competitive awards recognize students in the full-time Johns Hopkins MBA program who demonstrate a commitment to advancing women in business. Students named as Forte Fellows receive scholarship funding ranging from $10,000 per year to full-tuition, renewable for two years.
In addition to the full-time MBA, Carey Business School offers a part-time Flexible MBA and specialized master’s programs in business analytics and risk management, finance, health care management, information systems, marketing, and real estate and infrastructure. Carey also offers a non-credit executive education academy for women in leadership. Currently, more than 51 percent of all Carey students are women.
Carey Business School provides additional support to women students through extracurricular programs, including the Stoop Story Telling and Girls Empowerment Summit, Women Empowering Women Project, and Women in Leadership Coaching Group. Mentoring support is available through the Women’s Alumni Network.