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Master Programmes

INSEAD Executive Master in Finance

Executive Master in Finance

Designed for experienced finance professionals to accelerate careers without taking an extended leave of absence.

At a Glance
18 Months
6 on-campus modules of 2 weeks each
One Intake

INSEAD Scholarships

INSEAD offers scholarships to offset tuition fees for the Executive Master in Finance to outstanding candidates whose profiles will help further the programme's diversity objectives. Applications may be submitted once you have been accepted to the programme.

The scholarship award averages at 10% of the tuition fee. Admits can receive up to two awards maximum. However, total scholarship amount generally does not exceed 10% of tuition fees. 

List of Scholarships Available

INSEAD EMFin Scholarship for Diversity

This scholarship will be awarded to talented and dynamic individuals whose background, work experience and personal profiles will contribute to the unique learning experience on the EMFin Programme. Awards will also be offered to candidates who demonstrate and prove significant difficulty in raising sufficient finances for the EMFin programme. A number of scholarships ranging from SG$5,000 to SG$12,000 will be awarded per intake.

INSEAD EMFin Scholarship for Achievement

Developed to attract excellent candidates to the programme and encourage early application. Up to 3 scholarships of SG$ 5,000 to SG$12,000 will be awarded per intake. Selection will be based on the overall merit of the application and essay.

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How to Apply for a Scholarship

Once you have been admitted to the EMFin programme, you can apply for a scholarship. Scholarship applicants need to be self-funded or partially sponsored to a maximum of 50%. 

If for some reason you do not join the original EMFin class for which you have been admitted, your scholarship application (s) will not be transferred automatically to a future start date. In that case, you would have to re-apply for scholarships offered for the new cohort.

You can view the scholarship offer and submit your application here:

Scholarship Application