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GEMBA Programme


External Funding

Explore different global funding options for GEMBA including the sources of financing that may be on offer in your country of origin.


Lendwise is a specialist loan provider based in London (UK) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority of the UK. It is dedicated to providing education finance for individuals who are looking to fund their postgraduate studies at world-class universities. More information

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. The application process is entirely online.

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Prodigy Finance was started by three INSEAD MBA graduates who experienced first-hand the difficulties of financing an international MBA. In 2007, they set out to solve this problem. Their innovative model offers loans to international postgraduate students at leading business schools. Through their community platform, alumni and other investors earn competitive returns, while students gain access to higher education they otherwise could not afford.

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Lendorse provides funding for international students to cover tuition or living costs in exchange for a fixed percentage of a future salary. The repayment is always tied to the pay check, you don't pay when you don't earn. Through the Income Share Agreement, the supported students obtain not only the necessary finances but also mentorship and industry advice to kickstart their careers. All non-EU students regardless of their citizenship are welcome to apply (North America is excluded). Loan amounts vary from 3 000 € to 20 000 €. *INSEAD does not charge any fee or obtain any fee or compensation-in-kind from Lendorse.

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Juno (formerly LeverEdge) is a collective bargaining organization 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.  Non-French students who are admitted to INSEAD who may be seeking financial assistance are able to apply for financing from banks and/or private student lenders such as Juno US-based platform to apply for US-currency loans. Loans are offered for tuition fees and living expenses. INSEAD does not charge any fee or obtain any fee or compensation-in-kind from Juno.

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The MBA for Women Foundation is a charitable foundation which provides financial support to young and ambitious women from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria who want to pursue an MBA at a leading business school. Candidates who are accepted by leading business schools for their MBA program and who can demonstrate their need for financial support may apply to the MBA for Women Foundation for scholarships or loans.

Visit the MBA for Women website >


Funding By Country

Here is a list of organisations and banks that to the best of our knowledge offer loans or scholarships for the INSEAD EMBA programme.

Tax Reduction Options

In a number of countries, you can tax deduct your tuition payments. We encourage you to contact your local tax authority for the details. You will need to provide your invoice or a receipt to claim the benefits.




If you have any questions related to our programmes or application procedures, we are here to help you.

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