Tuition depends on the choice of campus. The base tuition fee is the same, regardless of exchange choice or if you choose to pursue a double-degree.
May be subject to change
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|TOTAL TUITION - FRANCE CAMPUS (payable in local currency)
- Non-refundable deposit payable within two weeks from the day of admission
- Remaining tuition payable before August 31
|TOTAL TUITION - SINGAPORE CAMPUS (payable in local currency, including GST)
- Non-refundable administrative fee payable within two weeks from the day of admission
- Remaining tuition payable in equal installments in August & December
Alumni Association life-long membership
- France Campus - Payable before August 31
- Singapore Campus - Payable before August 31
Monthly approximate covering housing, food, etc.
Description: To sustain the academic excellence of the program, ESSEC Business School offers scholarships to the most outstanding candidates.
Eligibility: Open to all applicants and awarded on the basis of the overall quality of their application i.e. academic excellence demonstrated in the file: outstanding GMAT scores, strong motivation, etc.
Amount: Can cover up to 50% of total tuition fees.
Procedure: Scholarship decisions are made during the application procedure. There is no additional application to fill out or request to make. Selected students will be notified upon being offered a place on the program.
Description: Varied cultural perspectives and backgrounds enhance the education and experience of all our students as well as being a key factor in the excellence of our programs. With this in mind, ESSEC seeks to create further diversity in its already diverse student body.
Eligibility: Be a citizen of a country in one of the following regions: Asia, Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe (except France), North America and South America.
Amount: Up to 30% of total tuition fees.
Procedure: Scholarship decisions are made during the application procedure. They are awarded to applicants having demonstrated both academic excellence and a strong international background in their application file. Selected students will be notified upon being offered a place on the program.
Description: A platform to channel the influence of Lebanese finance executives worldwide in order to establish stronger bonds, nurture the next generation and promote Lebanon.
Eligibility: Candidate must be Lebanese or of Lebanese descent, achieve and maintain academic excellence, demonstrate interest in pursuing a career in Finance and must be in financial need.
Amount: Up to 12 000 USD per year for the duration of the academic program.
Procedure: ESSEC submits applications for LIFE scholarships on your behalf.
As an ESSEC student, you can take out a preferential rate bank loan, which covers full tuition and is repaid starting at the end of your first year of work.
Loan applicants are required to have a guarantor living in France. According to the banks, the guarantor must earn enough to cover the monthly loan payments but also either be a French citizen, a close family member and/or both. Additional fees and expenses will be the responsibility of the student.
International Students from 150 different nationalities admitted to the Advanced Master Strategy and Management of International Business (MS SMIB) may now apply to Prodigy Finance loans. Contrary to the banks in France, Prodigy does not require a collateral or co-signer. These loans are granted on the student's future earning potential and does not take into account credit history. Students may apply online on the Prodigy website. There is no hidden fee or early repayment fee. Interest rates may vary depending on individual profiles. Funds are directly disbursed to the school in euro (€) so no exchange rates are borne by the student. Disbursement starts from September and loan application processing time may go up to a month and a half. The sooner you apply, the better. We advise you to read carefully the Prodigy website to check your eligibility before applying.
ESSEC employs its’ students in a wide variety of functions which can help towards everyday living costs. These are part time short-term contracts in for example assisting teachers, carrying out market research, helping out at conferences and events, contributing to social media, etc