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Gracias al Plan Ejecutivo de Cooperación e Intercambio Educativos entre el Ministerio de Educación de la República Popular China y el Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte del Reino de España, ya hay un programa de becas que ayuda a alumnos españoles que quieren irse a estudiar en China, tanto como alumnos chinos que quieren venirse a estudiar en España.

Para conseguir más información sobre esta oportunidad, dar clic aquí.

El objetivo de este programa de cooperación es fomentar los intercambios educativos para promover el desarrollo económico y el progreso social tanto de China como de España.


If you have gained admissions to an IE master program and are looking for student loan options in Taiwan then it may be worth checking out the loans offered by the Department of Education, Taipei City Government.

For more information, see the Taipei City Government link here (information only available in Mandarine).

Loan applications must be processed directly with the lending authority.


The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, through its Student Financial Assistance Agency, offers several funding options for all levels of education.  To see the scholarship options for higher level studies, see here.

Of special interest are the following scholarships:

1) Sir Robert Black Trust Fund – Scholarships
2) Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund Scholarship Schemes

As these scholarships are externally funded, please contact the scholarship-awarding organizations directly as IE does not participate in the selection of scholarship recipients.


In a recent interview with First Financial Daily, both Julian Trigo – Director of Admissions at IE Business School, and Joël McConnell – Director of Financial Aid at IE, talked about evolving patterns in applicaitons for MBA programs offered by top European business schools.  In the article the effect of the financial situation in Europe on MBA applications is discussed, and the new realities applicants are facing, with regards to program funding, are also discussed.




For the full version of the mandarin-language article, see:


Chinese women are now leading the way, with regards to completing their master studies outside China, at the world’s top institutions (see the recent BusinessWeek article on the subject here) and many of these top candidates need financial assistance to access top master degree programs.  While IE has been active in China for many years, and we also have a representative office in Shanghai (contact: china @, we are actively supporting top candidates via Financial Aid as well.

To learn more about the awards, see here.  Keep in mind that to apply for these awards you must have previously been admitted to a qualifying master program.

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