Investing in your Future
An INSEAD MBA yields a lifetime of dividends, both professionally and personally. Pursuing an MBA however, is a serious commitment of time and money—an investment that needs to be carefully considered and planned for by applicants.
To understand the financial obligations that are required for you to attend the INSEAD MBA Programme, check our MBA Cost & Fees section. It is important to consider your financing and funding options early on during the application process, which could be in the form of savings, loans or scholarships. You can begin by seeing if you are eligible to apply for any of the scholarships or loans that are listed on our website.
Though the responsibility of funding your year at INSEAD ultimately lies with you, the MBA Financial Aid Office can assist you in planning your financing for the INSEAD MBA programme.
MBA Scholarships and Financing
Our goal at INSEAD is to recruit the best and brightest to join our school — regardless of background or financial situation. If it’s always been your dream to attend our top-ranked MBA programme, we’re here to help.
Navigate through our INSEAD Scholarships, which are the most sought-after source of financial assistance. Applicants will need to provide accurate details of their financial situation.
Explore different global funding methods for your MBA, including Prodigy Finance Loans, Global Foundations as well as a list of existing MBA funding options by country.
Discover the MBA Programme
Download our brochure for more information on our MBA.
Candidates in the first three rounds will apply for financial aid at interview stage. Round 3 candidates can apply for the Diversity Scholarship Group and Louis Franck Scholarships. If scholarships are a priority to you, you should apply within the first two rounds. Round 4 candidates will not have access to scholarship applications. However, funds will be reserved to offer a number of merit scholarship awards upon admission. Awards will be based on the quality of the admission application.
Successful candidates generally receive only one award.