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Just a quick update to all candidates thinking of doing the International MBA and MLOG/ZLOG  Dual Degree:

To be considered for the Dual Degree Scholarship you must apply and obtain admissions to both the IMBA and the MLOG/ZLOG program AND apply for the scholarship to IE Financial Aid BEFORE starting your studies at IE Business School.

Any scholarship applications submitted after the student has started the International MBA will not be accepted.  This policy is strictly enforced and appears as such in the program documents (see here).


IE’s Scholarship Program with the OAS on CNN

Written on July 14, 2010 by Joël McConnell in Global News on Financial Aid

If you are from the Americas you may qualify for a scholarship from IE and the Organization of American States – as recently featured on CNN.  To watch the news cast (in Spanish) click here.

For more information on how to apply for the scholarship nagivate to, as soon as you have admissions to a qualifying program.


You’ve gained admissions to an IE undergraduate or master program, congratulations!  But something has now come up and you’re debating whether or not to transfer to a forward intake.  If you’ve applied for Financial Aid and been awarded a scholarship, fellowship or loan, please keep the following in mind:

1) Financial Aid awards and loans are not transferrable between intakes.  If you change intakes, all awards and/or loans are cancelled, and the student must beging the entire application process again.  This policy is clearly indicated in all scholarship resolutions sent to students.

2) The reason this policy is strictly maintained is that scholarship and fellowship budgets are set per program, academic year and intake, and our objective is to maximize the benefit of a limited resource.  If you cannot come to the intake you applied for, we reassign the assistance you were awarded to another needing and deserving student.   If you decide to come to a future intake, your new application(s) will be considered in the future, and taking into account the new pool of applicants.

3) Loans are cancelled because you must be a registered student of IE and a resident in Spain (at the point of signing) to accept the financing offer.  Should you decide to change intakes, we are obligated to cancel your approved loan and you must complete the application process from the start, at a future date.

Please keep the above in mind when you are both applying for Financial Aid, and when considering changing to a forward intake.  Working through the Financial Aid process takes a lot of time and requires a lot of effort from all parties involved.  If  you were awarded aid, it would be a shame to lose it.


IE and Golden Key International Honor Society are now working together to support high potential candidates for master programs offered at 7 Schools. Golden Key graduates come from diverse academic backgrounds, however all have achieved academic excellence during their undergraduate studies. These scholarships are only available to current and alumni members of Golden Key.

Qualifying programs: Master in International Management, Master in Finance, Master in Corporate Communications, Master in Organizational Leadership, Master in Architectural Management and Design, Master in Economic and Business Journalism and Master in Global and Environmental Change.

Awards: 3 scholarships of 6.000€ each towards an IE master program.

For more informatio on how to apply, please see the Financial Aid web site at


Thanks to the collaboration of 85 Broads and the IE Foundation, 3 candidates for IE programs will be awarded up to 20.000€ in scholarships in the current academic year. The scholarships are as follows: 1 scholarship of 10.000€ towards a female MBA student, 1 scholarship of 5.000€ towards a master offered by one of IE’s School of Communication, School of Architecture, School of Biology, School of Arts and Humanities or School of Psychology; and 1 scholarship of 5.000€ towards IE Business School’s Advanced Management Program (AMP) Blended. To apply, see the attached document here (or in Spanish here).


La Fundación IE está colaborando con la ABC para apoyar a los candidatos con un perfil académico de excelencia y que también destacan en el ámbito deportivo. Gracias a los fondos de la Fundación, aquellos candidatos que quieran cursar su grado en IE University podrán acceder a las becas creadas para los miembros de la ABC.

Ver la web de Financial Aid ( para más información acerca de las becas de la Asociación de Baloncesto Colegial.


The Citadel Capital Scholarship Foundation was created in 2007, out of a strong will to contribute to national development through creating high caliber professionals to help enhance Egypt’s growth in all sectors. The Foundation is funded by an endowment from Citadel Capital to grant academic scholarships for talented and promising young Egyptian men and women to pursue master degrees and PhDs abroad in all fields of study.

Who is eligible to apply for this scholarship?

All Egyptian nationals under the age of 35 are eligible for the Citadel scholarship. The full set of criteria is available here.

See the link here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and the application form.


As part of the IE Foundation’s dedication to supporting professional women throughout their career development process, the Foundation has partnered with the IEEE’s Women in Engineering (WIE) initiative to bring top women engineers from Europe, Middle East and Africa to Madrid for advanced studies in management. The collaboration includes various joint initiatives, including a scholarship program which will see 2 or more IEEE Women in Engineering members receive scholarships worth a combined total of 50.000€.

To qualify you must be an active Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) member and also a member of the Women in Engineering (WIE) initiative, reside in the IEEE’s Region 8 (Europe, Middle East and Africa), and have definitive admissions to an IE master program. Many of the participants of our program every year come from Engineering backgrounds, especially with regards to our Executive MBA program. However we encourage all interested and qualifying candidates to apply, regardless of program. See the IE Financial Aid web page for detailed application guidelines.

For more information from the IEEE Women in Engineering initiative, please email Dr. Pilar Molina at the University of Zaragoza (pimolina @ or IE Financial Aid (


Recently we’ve been disappointed as a few cases have arisen where students have not met their financial obligations in a timely manner. This is especially concerning when the student has been granted financial support through the IE Foundation. We understand it’s a tough economic environment we’re all facing, however this does not mean financial responsibilities should be left unattended.  We’re troubled by these few cases because it communicates a lack of commitment to the program, and a lack of personal commitment to maintaining the ethical standards expected of candidates who will be graduating with degrees from IE.

As a recipient of aid granted by the IE Foundation, please think about the following: given your lack of personal financial resources, IE has invested in you because we believe that you have the potential to be a successful ambassador for IE in the coming future.  IE believes in your future potential.  Think about the implications for the professional network you’ll be coming to IE to build and the IE representative you would like to be, especially considering the investment IE is making in you.

Think about the big picture and be realistic about your ability to meet financial commitments: if even counting with the benefit of having a scholarship or fellowship you don’t think you will be able to meet your tuition and living expenses, then we recommend you delay your entry into the program until you have secured the necessary resources.  When you are admitted to IE, we give you the right to enter your program of admissions for up to 3 intakes after having received the admissions offer, so take the time to make sure you have all your resources in place.  Coming to IE is an important investment in time, energy and financial resources, but it’s an investment that all students make when they come to study at one of Europe’s leading institutions of higher learning.

In closing, please keep in mind: It’s not a coincidence that most scholarships require an essay that outlines how the applicant sees the responsibilities of being a scholarship recipient: those who receive scholarships and fellowships should see the awards as part of a commitment by IE to developing the individual as a future professional, and as one more reason to ensure they meet their professional responsibilities during the program and beyond IE.

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