Explore different global funding options for GEMBA including the sources of financing that may be on offer in your country of origin.
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.
The programme with INSEAD has now funded more than 1170 applicants in recent classes.
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.
The Rotary Foundation offers grants that support a wide variety of projects, scholarships, and training that Rotarians are doing around the world. Explore the grant types and find one that’s right for your project.
For students from India studying at INSEAD.
GradRight's Fundright is the world's first education loan bidding platform that enables INSEAD's Indian admits and applicants to access 95% of the education loan lending market with a click of a button and receive the best offers via competitive bidding by lenders. Loans are offered to Indian nationals on FundRight by banks like SBI, ICICI, Bank of Baroda; NBFCs like HDFC Credila; and international lenders like Prodigy Finance. GradRight does not charge any fee from students for this service.
You can explore Zonta International and its scholarship offer. Zonta International is a worldwide service organization of executives in business and the professions working together to advance the status of women. There are more than 30,000 members in more than 1,200 clubs in 67 countries all over the world.
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.
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.
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