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Redefining Executive Education
*Tuition fees include academic services in all cities of study. Any costs associated with transportation, housing, or other personal expenses are the sole responsibility of the candidate or sponsor.
Funding Your Studies
Tuition payments are typically made in one, three, or four installments that take place in the first year of study. Please discuss payment options during the initial admissions consultation with the Director of Recruitment. ISM works with each student to find the best payment option given individual circumstances.
ISM provides both need-based and merit-based scholarships. These are awarded on a highly competitive basis to prospective candidates. We encourage those interested to complete the scholarship application and submit with your application package.
Tuition Assistance Scholarship is awarded to prospective students who exhibit strong academic ability, have substantial professional experience, and are pursuing any one of ISM degree programs, either full-time or part-time study.
Dean's Opportunity Scholarship is a need-based scholarship for students from underrepresented or economically disadvantaged regions, and are pursuing any one of ISM degree programs, either full-time or part-time study.
Women in Business Scholarship is offered to women returning to graduate degree programs after taking time away from their professional lives, or current working professionals pursuing any one of ISM degree programs, either full-time or part-time study.
The Next Step Scholarship is available only to ISM graduates who enroll in an ISM doctoral study, either a full-time or part-time study.
Publication Scholarship is awarded to prospective students who display strong research skills, have previously published in a credible academic source, and are pursuing any one of ISM degree programs, either full-time or part-time study.
The Student Blogger Award: 1000 euros of funding is awarded to applicants who apply and are selected to represent ISM as a student blogger. Recipients are expected to write blog entries on a monthly basis (minimum 300 words) during the course of their studies, as well as continue as an occasional guest blogger as alumni. The bloggers share their experiences in the seminars, events, as well as overall impressions of ISM and how the program is impacting the blogger’s life and career.
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