Federal Work Study
Some graduate business schools offer students financial aid in the form of part-time employment under the Federal Work-Study program.
These jobs help students earn money for their educational expenses and may help supplement other financial aid. In fact, assuming it is available and your schedule permits it, Work-Study could be a great way to help reduce how much you borrow for school.
Work-Study jobs usually part-time employment you receive as part of your financial aid package, which may help reduce your educational debt are usually campus-based. They generally accommodate students’ academic schedules to the extent possible. Some of these jobs may include teaching, research, and teaching assistantships for those with appropriate experience.
Federal Work-Study is a need-based program, so you will need to complete the FAFSA (and any other required documents from your school) in order to qualify. Contact the Admissions Office at your school if you are interested in working the Work-Study program.