Fees and Scholarships
GISMA Business School offers a range of scholarship opportunities to qualified students enrolled on HE programmes, as well as flexible payment plans where the programme fees can be spread across three instalments.
The programme fees include student support services and free beginner's German classes* for all students.
|Grenoble MBA||€ 33,000.00|
|Grenoble MIB||€ 22,000.00|
|Grenoble MSc Innovation, Strategy & Entrepreneurship||€ 22,000.00|
|Grenoble MSc Marketing Management||€ 22,000.00|
|The Magellan MBA||€ 25,000.00|
|MSc Corporate Financial Management||€ 15,000.00|
|MSc International Marketing||€ 15,000.00|
|MSc Leadership and HR Management||€ 15,000.00|
|MSc Strategic Business Management||€ 15,000.00|
|MSc Project Management||€ 15,000.00|
|MSc IT Security Management||€ 15,000.00|
|MSc Data Analytics and Marketing||€ 15,000.00|
|Executive Education||From € 240|
|Languages Programmes||From € 200 per week|
|University Pathway Programme||€ 6500.00|
Please contact a programme advisor for more details on how to apply.
*Free beginner's German classes only for students who are studying a degree programme from Grenoble Ecole de Management or The University of Law.
We offer a range of scholarship opportunities to qualified students starting their course in September 2018. GISMA Scholarships may be awarded to students who are studying a degree programme from Grenoble Ecole de Management or The University of Law.
- Principal’s scholarship for Entrepreneurship
- Exceptional Career Scholarship
- Women in Business Scholarship
- Academic Merit Scholarship
- Rector’s scholarship
- Family scholarship
Download your scholarship form HERE
Students can choose to pay their deposit and then three instalments.
*Terms and conditions apply. Read more here.
Everyone who wants to study should be able to fulfil their academic dreams. This is why Deutsche Bildung offers student finance to German students for studies in Germany and abroad, through a financial and personal development programme.
The company offers flexible payments of up to €30,000 as needed (monthly, biannually, as a one-off payment, or a combination of all), combined with its extra-curricular development program “WissenPlus”.
Students will only start to pay the money back once they have started working – helping to reduce the risk of debt.
Visit www.deutsche-bildung.de for more information.