Investing in Your Future
The INSEAD Master in Management yields a lifetime of dividends, both professionally and personally. Pursuing a MIM Programme however, is a serious commitment of time and money—an investment that needs to be carefully considered and planned for by applicants.
Though the responsibility of funding your year at INSEAD ultimately lies with you, the MIM Financial Aid Office can assist you in planning your financing for the INSEAD MIM programme.
Financing and Scholarships
Cost & Fees
The INSEAD MIM programme is a 14 to 16-month programme. The tuition fees for the MIM are €47,500.
Tuition fees cover all printed course materials, access to the INSEAD library, access to on-campus information technology services, student council fees, gym access, business cards, printing and health insurance.
You can access the list of organisations that to the best of our knowledge offer scholarships here.
Funding by Country
You can access the list of organisations and banks that to the best of our knowledge offer loans or scholarships here.
Granted to candidates who bring diversity to the class in terms of background, work experience and personal profiles.
Focuses on excellence in academics and personal achievements.
Awarded to candidates who demonstrate financial need.
All admitted students are eligible to apply for an International Loan Programme from Prodigy Finance.
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 1,170 applicants in recent classes.
*Some applicants may not be eligible due to legal reasons.
All admitted students are eligible to apply for tuition financing from Brain Capital.
Brain Capital was brought to INSEAD by two MBA graduates from the Class of ‘17J. They offer a proven and innovative financing scheme for your studies at INSEAD.
The two INSEAD MBA students envisioned a tuition-financing model that would allow you to study at INSEAD without the burden of financial debt. Partnering with Brain Capital as a trusted partner, they have already supported more than 5,000 students over the last 10 years.
Repayments of the tuition fees are completely income dependent and give you the highest flexibility for your future career and life choices. In addition, you are offered individual career support before and after graduation. Up to your full tuition fees plus living expenses can be financed.
The EIFFEL scholarship programme was launched in January 1999 by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It aims to attract the very best foreign students, coming from emerging and developing countries to study in France. This prestigious programme provides financial support to foreign students selected by French institutions. The scholarship will provide a monthly stipend of €1,181 for the duration of the programme. It will cover health insurance, a round-trip international ticket and some cultural activities.
INSEAD will nominate several MIM candidates and will submit the applications on their behalf according to the French authority's deadlines. Eligible candidates must have studied and worked in their home countries (Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Middle East). The Scholarship Committee will look at the overall excellence of the candidates. Academic achievements will constitute one the most important pillars of a successful application.
The Eiffel Scholarship will be open for Round 1 and early birds in Round 2.
The tuition fees for the INSEAD MIM programme are €47,500. Tuition fees cover all printed course materials, student council fees, access to the INSEAD library, as well as on-campus IT services, printing needs and business cards.
The tuition fees are payable in three instalments:
First instalment: €8,000
one month after admission (non-refundable)
Second instalment: €27,000
by 6 July 2020 for rounds 1, 2 and 3
by 20 July 2020 for round 4
by 20 August 2020 for round 5
Third instalment: €12,500
by 25 January 2021
All admitted MIM students are eligible to apply for the International Loan Programme by Prodigy Finance and a financing scheme by Brain Capital, both of which are developed by INSEAD alumni.
We offer merit and need-based scholarships. They will be awarded upon admission based on the Admissions application.
The deadline will be Admissions round deadline.