The Economic Science Institute (ESI) offers selected students a number of full and partial tuition waivers and paid research assistant positions. These scholarships are available to students applying for both the 5 year integrated undergraduate/MSBCE and the Master in Behavioral and Computational Economics degrees. In order to be awarded a scholarship, prospective students must demonstrate a good work ethic, a strong undergraduate background, an exceptional score on the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), and outstanding letters of recommendation.
In addition to any scholarships and financial aid offered through the Economic Science Institute, Chapman University offers students a variety of other financial aid opportunities. Information on financial aid offered through Chapman University can be found on the Financial Aid website.