Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College Partnership
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The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) is a strategic partner of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College. The primary benefit of the partnership provides qualified students who received the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) scholarship with guaranteed scholarship support from CMU while enrolled in the master’s programs at Heinz College.

When enrolling as full-time students in a Heinz College master’s program, eligible students will receive a scholarship of $6,000 per semester. Part-time students in the college’s Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program will receive a 30% tuition reduction scholarship.

The award will be made at the time of admission (no separate application is necessary). To be considered for the scholarship, Heinz College applicants should indicate their Analyst Fellowship status on the application for admission. Eligible students will receive at least $6,000 per semester, and most students will receive more.




Heinz College's Strategic Partners Scholarships program is designed for students who have successfully completed their bachelor’s degree, have been named a GHC Scholar by the ABI, and are interested in obtaining a master's degree from the Heinz College.

Admissions Requirements
To apply, prospective students must take the GRE (or GMAT), complete an application form, and submit transcripts from all universities attended, three letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose and a resume. Students can apply on-line for free. Students are granted admission on the basis of academic achievement, performance on the GRE, experience in the proposed field of study, leadership experience, fit of their goals with the program, and recommendations that indicate they are capable of excelling in a rigorous master's program. No single factor guarantees or prevents admission; all factors are weighed in the process.

Interested students can learn more about the Heinz College by contacting David Eber at or 412-268-3347 or by completing a brief prospective student profile at