Archive for the ‘Scholarships by Program | Becas por programa’ Category

16
Mar

Las becas “Turismo de España” 2009 están destinadas a profesionales del turismo, españoles y extranjeros, que desean ampliar sus conocimientos en este área cursando un programa de postgrado como el Executive Master en Dirección de Empresas Turísticas (http://www.exmdet.ie.edu/ ).

Cada beca tiene una cuantía de 20.000€ y es otorgada por el Ministerio de Industria, Turismo y Comercio de España. Los beneficiarios de la misma reciben, adicionalmente y de forma automática, una beca complementaria otorgada por la Fundación IE. Ambas becas permiten cubrir el 80% del importe total del master.

Para más información puede consultar la página web: http://tourism.blogs.ie.edu/  

The Tourism Spain 2009 Scholarships are intended to support leading professionals from the tourism sector who wish to follow a master such as the Executive Master en Dirección de Empresas Turísticas (http://www.exmdet.ie.edu/) offered at IE Business School.  While the program is in Spanish, the scholarships are open to all nationalities.

Each scholarship has a value of 20.000€ and is awarded by the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce of Spain.  The recipients of this scholarship will also receive a combined scholarship from IE, which together with the Ministry’s scholarship, means that interested candidates will only have to meet the remaining 20% of program fees, as the combined the scholarships cover 80% of tuition fees.

To learn more about the scholarships please see IE’s “Tourism and Leasure” blog by clicking on the link: http://tourism.blogs.ie.edu/.

The Spain Tourism Scholarships 2009 are awarded by the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce (Government of Spain). 

3
Mar

To help admitted students better understand how to navigate the IE Financial Aid web page, we’ve provided some useful tips that should be reviewed before starting your search for scholarship, IE Fellow and loan options.

Tips for Bachelor Degree Students

When you navigate to the Financial Aid web page at www.ie.edu/financialaid you’ll be directed to a landing page which is the same for both master and undergraduate programs.  Here you can either click on the link that says “More Info”, which appears under the image for Bachelor Degrees, or alternatively, you can use the blue navigation tabs on the upper left hand side of the page that also say “Bachelor Degrees”.  In either case, you will be redirected to the undergraduate programs-specific Financial Aid web page.  Here you can look for scholarship options available to IE students admitted to an IE University program.

Search for scholarships is easy at this point: all you need to do is select your program from the pick list, then select your geographic region from a second picklist, and then click on “Search”.  The “Sponsor” cell does not need to be changed, unless you are looking for either an IE Foundation or an outside organization scholarship specifically.  When the results list pops up, you should read through the list to see which scholarships you best qualify for.  Please also note that there are some scholarships that show up automatically when you first click on the “Scholarships” button – these scholarships should be considered “featured scholarships”, and not scholarships for any specific program.

Tips for Master Program Students

When you navigate to the Financial Aid web page at www.ie.edu/financialaid you’ll be directed to a landing page which is the same for both master and undergraduate programs.  Here you can either click on the link that says “More Info”, which appears under the image for Master Programs, or alternatively, you can use the blue navigation tabs on the upper left hand side of the page that also say “Master Programs”.  In either case, you will be redirected to the master programs-specific Financial Aid web page.  Here you can look for scholarship, fellowship and loan options avaibable to IE students.

The next step is to decide whether you want to search for scholarship and fellowship options, or whether you want to review different loan/financing options that may be available to you.  Here you need to click on either “Scholarships” or “Loans”.  Currently, we list fellowships under the scholarships category however we are working on developing a dedicated section for fellowships which will be available in the second quarter of 2009.

Search for scholarships is easy at this point: all you need to do is select your program from the pick list, then select your geographic region from a second picklist, and then click on “Search”.  The “Sponsor” cell does not need to be changed, unless you are looking for either an IE Foundation or an outside organization scholarship specifically.  When the results list pops up, you should read through the list to see which scholarships you best qualify for.  Please also note that there are some scholarships that show up automatically when you first click on the “Scholarships” button – these scholarships should be considered “featured scholarships”, and not scholarships for any specific program.

If you wish to search for loan options, then instead of clicking on the “Scholarship” button as above, click on the “Loan” button.  When you do so you will be redirected to the loan search tool.  Again, here you will need to select your program from the pick list, then select your geographic region from a second picklist, and then click on “Search”.  When the results list pops up, you should read through the list to see which loan programs you may qualify for, and then apply directly to each individual organization/institution.

To learn more about a selection government sponsored financing programs, see Government Aid | Ayudas del Estado .

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