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Financial Need Scholarships

INSEAD Financial Need Scholarships

Our Financial Need Scholarships supports outstanding individuals with limited financial means to realise their dream of achieving an MBA at one of the top business schools in the world. 

For applicants who demonstrate critical difficulty in raising sufficient funds for the year at INSEAD, here are a few Financial Need Scholarships for applicants who are keen to embark on an MBA  programme at INSEAD. 

Financial Need Scholarships

 

The INSEAD Diversity Scholarships category channels applications for a number of scholarships that will be granted based on need and merit. Need-based awards will be offered to those who demonstrate and prove significant difficulty in raising sufficient finances for the INSEAD MBA Programme and may be limited in accessing loans. Priority will be given to candidates with a marked socio-economic disadvantage.
Merit-based awards will address talented individuals who will contribute to the breadth of diversity on the MBA Programme. The background, work experience and personal profiles of such bright and dynamic individuals will bring unique diversity to INSEAD. These candidates will also display their current and/or potential contribution to the region they come from.

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

INSEAD Eric Sasson MBA ‘90D Scholarship will provide outstanding individuals with limited financial means the opportunity to study at a world-class business school and will support INSEAD’s aim at attracting the best talent to its MBA Programme. The scholarship will underwrite INSEAD's commitment to bringing outstanding men and women professionals to the programme, especially those who demonstrate the need for financial assistance. 

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

The INSEAD Financial Aid Awards will be granted based on financial need. They will be offered to candidates who demonstrate and prove significant difficulty in raising sufficient finances for the INSEAD MBA Programme and may be limited in accessing loans.  Preference will be given to those coming from emerging economies.

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

Norbert Albin MBA’87D and his wife Henriette have made a significant donation to INSEAD to create The Henriette and Norbert Albin Endowed MBA Scholarship Fund. The Fund supports talented students from diverse nationalities and backgrounds.
Norbert and Henriette have fond memories of their time in Fontainebleau during Norbert’s MBA studies, an experience that changed their lives and motivated them to establish this scholarship.

The scholarship will help outstanding individuals with limited financial means to realize their dream of achieving an MBA at one of the top business schools in the world.

Scholarships such as this ensure that INSEAD can maintain and enhance the exceptional diversity in the classroom that is the hallmark of the school (number of counties, nationalities, academic and professional backgrounds, gender etc). It supports INSEAD’s goal of admitting talented and diverse candidates to the MBA programme, regardless of their economic circumstances. 

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

On the occasion of their 35th Class Reunion, the Class of '70 created an endowed fund for a Special Profile Scholarship. The award will be made to a candidate whose background, work experience and personal profile will bring an additional and unique diversity to INSEAD and in the future to their own communities as INSEAD alumni. The '70 class wishes to support well-qualified individuals from poor backgrounds who would not otherwise be able to attend INSEAD and thereby empower them through the INSEAD experience. Such special profiles can be candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries. 

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

On the occasion of their 20th Class Reunion, the Class of '87J created a fund for a Special Profile Scholarship for World Development. The award will be made once a year to a candidate whose background, work experience and personal profile will bring an additional and unique diversity to INSEAD and in the future to their own communities as INSEAD alumni. Such special profiles can be candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries; a commitment to the not-for-profit sector; career in technological innovation that improves the environment. Candidates from emerging countries requiring financial assistance will also be considered.  

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

At INSEAD, diversity is a core element of our culture. The INSEAD scholarship portfolio helps the school to cultivate a diverse classroom setting with a good mix of nationalities, academic and professional backgrounds, and gender. We are committed to enable outstanding men and women professionals advance in their careers with a world-class MBA at INSEAD. This scholarship will help outstanding individuals with limited financial means to realise their dream of achieving an MBA at one of the top business schools in the world. 

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

Rémy Best, Managing Partner of Pictet & Cie and INSEAD MBA’93D, established this scholarship together with his wife Verena to help strengthen the school’s core differentiator which is diversity. It will provide outstanding individuals with limited financial means the opportunity to study at a world-class business school and will support INSEAD’s aim at attracting the best talent to its MBA Programme. The scholarship will underwrite INSEAD's commitment to bringing outstanding men and women professionals to the MBA programme, especially those who demonstrate the need for financial assistance.

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

It is a tradition at INSEAD that each MBA Class fundraises to become the invisible hands to admitted candidates with financial burdens. The INSEAD Robin Hood MBA Scholarship Fund was created to provide financial support from peers to a deserving MBA student in each Class. The award is granted to a candidate who demonstrates critical difficulty in raising sufficient funds for the year at INSEAD. Each recipient must take an active part in their own class on-campus fundraising appeal and to drive the initiative amongst his/her own classmates. As a recipient of the Robin Hood Scholarship, you will inspire others through a collective effort in support of scholarships. The Robin Hood Committee members of each Class participate generously of their time to achieve new giving records each year on campus. 

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

MBC Group established this scholarship in recognition of Sam Barnett, MBC Group CEO and INSEAD MBA’97J. It supports INSEAD’s goal of providing talented individuals from diverse nationalities and backgrounds the opportunity to study at a top-ranked business school, regardless of their financial circumstances. The scholarship is intended to significantly alleviate the cost of an INSEAD MBA thereby allowing the recipients broader career options upon graduation. The scholarship focuses on candidates creating positive impact in their communities and/or professional environments. Such purpose resonates with INSEAD’s commitment of doing business as a force for good. 

For eligibility and application guidelines, click here. 

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