An IESE Master in Management is an investment in your future. And like all investments, it requires careful planning. Most students rely on multiple means of support, including personal resources, scholarships and the Global Loan program. Our Financial Aid Office will help you make informed decisions and find sources of finance.
To apply for any of the listed scholarships, you should apply for a general scholarship within your application to the program. The Admissions Committee will then assign the scholarship that suits your profile best.
The IESE Ambassadors Scholarship awards 20 to 30 scholarships to students with outstanding academic records, excellent professional experience and personal merit. These students have exemplified a strong fit with IESE’s values.
IESE is committed to increasing the number of women leaders in business. These scholarships support women with a track record of outstanding academic accomplishment.
This scholarship is awarded to the top performers in our application process and recognizes their outstanding achievements, personal merit and strong fit with IESE’s values.
IESE awards up to 3 scholarships covering up to 90% of the MiM tuition fees. To be eligible, candidates must be nationals of Africa and have outstanding academic records, leadership potential and personal merit.
The MiM program welcomes talented young professionals from developing economies. These scholarships support outstanding candidates who live and work in a developing country.
IESE awards one scholarship covering 10-50% of the tuition fee to a recently graduated student with a relevant experience in social entrepreneurial projects and a strong desire to have a positive impact in the world.
IESE is committed to creating a diverse community for our students. This scholarship supports exceptional candidates from under-represented nationalities or unique profiles who can contribute positively to the classroom learning experience.
IESE values students who have made a significant social impact through their personal or professional experience. These scholarships are awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to society, by being involved in the non-profit sector or have helped to solve social or environmental issues.
IESE supports students who have a strong background in science or technology and have the potential to drive innovation and technological advancements in their communities. These scholarships awards applicants who have shown interest and aptitude in areas such as big data, digital transformation, programming and artificial intelligence.
IESE is the graduate business school of University of Navarra (UoN), and welcome alumni from the UoN family to our programs. These scholarships are awarded to applicants who are recent graduates from UoN and have an outstanding academic record (top 15% percentile of class or an overall grade average of 7.5 points and above), leadership potential and personal merit. This scholarship covers up to 50% of the MiM tuition fee.
IESE awards 4 scholarships covering 50% of the tuition fee to Italian students with academic excellence and strong commitment to their country. To be eligible candidates must submit a recommendation letter from a staff member of Fondazione RUI. Please email Cristian Ciardelli firstname.lastname@example.org.
The IESE MiM program offers select scholarships available to the immediate family of IESE alumni and current students. To be eligible for a Legacy Scholarship, an applicant must have at least one parent or sibling who is an alumni or current student. The applicant must have a strong academic record, high leadership potential and excellent personal merit to be considered.
The objective of the Heinrich J. Klein Foundation is to sponsor science and international exchange by granting scholarships to people during their training and further education period.
The Board of Trustees of the HJK Foundation selects the applicants and defines the amount of funding the person receives (the decision will be made in June/July each year). Submit your application directly to the HJK Foundation here.
APPLICATION PROCESS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
Most scholarships at IESE are merit-based, meaning that they are awarded for outstanding academic and professional achievements as well as fit with the school. All scholarship candidacies are covered by one dedicated essay within the application. Due to the rolling admissions process, scholarships are granted on a rolling basis – you will increase your chances of receiving a scholarship the sooner you apply!