All admitted students are eligible to apply for a loan from Lendwise, a specialist loan provider regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority of the UK. The interest rate offered is competitive, fixed for the entire duration of the loan and will depend on the overall applicant profile.
To apply you must have received an offer of admission to a programme at INSEAD. Some applicants may not be eligible due to legal reasons.
Juno (formerly LeverEdge) is a collective bargaining organisation for student loans. They negotiate with lenders to provide an exclusive deal available to U.S. Citizens and International Students with a valid U.S. cosigner.
Loans are offered for tuition but not living expenses. INSEAD does not charge any fee or obtain any fee or compensation-in-kind from Juno.
Alternative Funding Methods
INSEAD offers scholarships to offset tuition fees for the 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.
Scholarship awards can represent up to 30 per cent of the tuition fees. There is also an external scholarship available through the Monetary Authority of Singapore (Financial Scholarship Programme (FSP)). Click below to learn more.
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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