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.
Our Executive Master in Finance scholarship awards could represent up to 30% of the tuition fees.
List of scholarships available
Developed to attract excellent candidates to the programme and encourage early application.
3 scholarships of SG$15,000 will be awarded per intake.
Selection will be based on the overall merit of the application and one essay.
Need-based scholarships developed to attract candidates with outstanding academic performance.
A number of scholarships ranging from SG$5,000 to SG$10,000 will be awarded per intake.
Selection will be based on previous academic performance as evidenced by the application materials. Applications must also demonstrate financial need.
Developed to attract excellent candidates from developing countries historically underrepresented in finance education. A number of scholarships ranging from SG$5,000 to SG$10,000 will be awarded per intake. Selection will be based on the overall merit of the application and one essay. Applicants must also demonstrate financial need.
Monetary Authority of Singapore – Financial Scholarship Programme (FSP)
Co-funding either for individuals applying on their own or Singapore-based financial institutions to send their promising financial sector professionals for postgraduate study in finance. Candidates should be Singapore citizens and possess at least 2 years of work experience in the financial sector. Click here for more information.
How do you apply for a scholarship?
Submit your essay and/or proof of financial need to the Executive Master in Finance Admissions team. Detailed scholarship requirements including necessary essay questions and proof of need forms will be provided to qualified applicants by the admissions committee, once you have received an admissions offer.
If for some reason you do not join the original Executive Master in Finance 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 that year.
Alternative Funding Options
All admitted MBA students are eligible to apply for an International Loan Programme from Prodigy Finance.
Funding By Country
Other organisations and banks known by INSEAD to offer loans for the INSEAD MFIN programme are also listed by country.
For both participants and the sponsoring company, the programme’s impact is obvious. Participants bring their job experience to the classroom and take their classroom insights back to their jobs. Endorsement recognises that participants are investing company time by allowing employees to travel to our campus to complete the five residential modules of the Master in Finance programme. This is a material investment and as such, we would recommend a formal Endorsement Agreement.
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