Scholarships & Tuition Waivers

Thanks to the contribution of the Bocconi Alumni Association, SDA Bocconi School of Management is making available 2 partial merit-based tuition waivers of € 35,000 to 2017-2018 Global EMBA candidates with outstanding profiles.
The number and assignment criteria of partial tuition waivers are defined and acknowledged by a special Commission whose decision is final and will be notified to beneficiaries by the beginning of the Program.

Applications are evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Analysis of academic and professional record;
  • Analysis of the requirements indicated in the specific notice of competition;
  • Results of the Global EMBA selection process.

Admission to the Global EMBA is independent of the award of any scholarship or tuition waiver.

PARTIAL TUITION WAIVERS 2017-2018 GEMBA EDITION
 
  Female Candidates  

› 1 Partial Tuition Waiver
› Tuition Waiver Application Form

  International Candidates  

› 1 Partial Tuition Waiver
› Tuition Waiver Application Form


SDA Bocconi thanks for the contribution:


To be eligible for a tuition waiver, applicants must:

Have sent the application to the 2017/18 Global EMBA Program;

Look at the pre-requisites for the tuition waiver;

Send the Tuition Waiver Application Form and Résumé by the deadline indicated (even though their selection process is still in progress) to: admissions@sdabocconi.it

The tuition waivers will be awarded during the selection process and within the Global EMBA Program's beginning.


Loans & Funding

For candidates

The School assists candidates with their search for funding by supplying the necessary documentation and encouraging them to explore all scholarship and loan possibilities.SDA Bocconi provides opportunities for low-interest loans to admitted students, thanks to agreements with partner banks.
Furthermore, the University provides international students with information about possible sources for financing in several countries.

 

For companies and institutions

Companies and Institutions can fund training programs for their employees using Joint Inter-Professional Funds. These programs, which can be arranged by a single company or a group of companies, can be targeted at individuals or organizations, and can be specific to an industry sector or a geographical region.

For further information go to the Inter-Professional Funds page.