Studying at IE is an investment of time, effort and financial resources. To help students manage the funding of their program, IE Financial Aid provides access to scholarships, fellowships and student loan programs. When planning your master program experience it’s important to take into account all program and related expenses, to be sure your budget is realistic and that you’ll have the necessary resources to fund it. So for example if you plan on doing an unpaid internship with an NGO as part of your master degree experience, this is an additional expense you’ll need to plan for. As each student has the opportunity to make their IE experience a unique one, each student will have unique funding needs.
As a central support service for students, Financial Aid is the department at IE that is responsible for managing scholarship endowment, the IE Fellows program and the student loan options IE maintains with leading financial institutions and governments, in Spain and internationally. To learn more about the specific options available for your profile please identify the type of program you will be studying at IE: Bachelor Degree or Master Degree. Once you select one of the two options, you’ll be redirected to the appropriate section of the Financial Aid web page where you can learn more about funding support from IE.
Please note that we do not accept scholarship, fellowship or loan applications once a student has already begun their program, so applications should be made well in advance of program start dates. Please also visit our financial aid blog for details on the deadlines for the loan applications or contact with our office directly. Generally, students will never be awarded more than one scholarship funded by the IE Foundation or its direct partner institutions. Students may however receive a scholarship or fellowship, and a loan from IE.