Apart from awards and scholarships, many Master students choose to make use of other financing and funding options that are available. We encourage you to consider the following options when creating your financial plan.
IE University collaborates with several leading financial institutions to offer eligible Master students the opportunity to finance their education with a loan. Many students choose to fund part or all of their tuition fees with a loan, with some agreements allowing them to also cover living expenses. It is important to first consider all your options, as there may be government and regional loans or grants available to you in your home country. Some of our partner institutions include:
In addition to scholarships and loans, we understand that the availability of payment plan options is important in making your program affordable. Our tuition payment plans allow you to break down your tuition balance into several consecutive uniform monthly payments, rather than paying all at once.
Our plans are interest-free, and do not require pre-approval or credit check. A one-time non-refundable administrative fee of €400 is only charged when tuition payments are spread out over more than three consecutive months.
A number of students attend IE University with partial or full support from the organization they work for. Although this won’t be applicable to all students and is much more likely for students pursuing our part-time Master degrees, it can be worth asking your employer about the possibility of supporting you to gain the advanced skills and training you will earn with a graduate degree from a leading university.
If you are employed by a company in Spain, your part-time Master may be eligible for bonus training scheme (subsidized training) through the State Foundation for Training in Employment (FUNDAE). Speak to your Admissions Advisor to find out about this option.
Need help in making the case for company support towards your master at IE University? Contact your Admissions Advisor for putting together a business case.