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As a business major, students learn the skills necessary to help a company succeed. Business majors may focus on marketing skills, management techniques, or general business administration. If you are a business major or a marketing major, you may wish to help a Fortune 500 company increase profits or perhaps you dream of becoming an entrepreneur. Whatever the goal may be, seeking scholarships for your college education is the perfect place to start. It’s also a good investment in your future. In order to get the most on your return on investment (ROI), or perhaps your return on education (ROE), start your scholarship search. From a bachelor’s degree to a master’s in business administration (MBA), business students can take advantage of business scholarships. Take our Scholarship Match Quiz and find the perfect scholarship for you.
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