EMBA financing

Other EMBA financing options

Tools to invest in your future

ESMT knows that investing in your future is an important priority, but many applicants do not have the capital in hand to pursue their degree at the right time in their careers. For this, ESMT partners with the following institutions to offer loan options for self-funding candidates in the EMBA program.

The following list is a sample of tools Executive MBA candidates have used in the past. You may want to explore financing options in your home country during the application process.

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German citizens and residents

German citizens and residents

German applicants or non-Germans have lived for more than two years in Germany have received funding for the EMBA from various German banks. Approval is not based upon age, and repayment begins six months after graduation.

Mexico

Mexico

Mexican citizens may find more information about loans at www.fiderh.org.mx.

Russia

Russia

ESMT Executive MBA participants who are Russian citizens can obtain government-backed loans. More details are available at www.avesa.ru.

United States (Federal Financial Aid Program)

United States (Federal Financial Aid Program)

ESMT participates in the US Department of Education direct loan scheme. You are eligible for a direct loan if you are a US citizen or a permanent resident (green card holder) of the US and a student at ESMT. The school borrower code is G41765 when filling out the FAFSA application.

Interested students should inform ESMT that they plan to apply for federal loans via the following address: mba-office@esmt.org.

To ensure the funding is available when the program starts, the application deadline for students applying for US financial aid is July 1 of each year.

Find more information about US federal student loans: http://www.studentaid.ed.gov/