Fees and financing
Fees for entry in January 2014
The fees for the London Business School Sloan MSc starting in January 2014 are £51,400. The fees for 2015 entry will be confirmed in Spring 2014.
The fees include:
- core course textbooks and reading materials
- elective course reading materials
Financing your course
London Business School Sloan Fellows are a mix of sponsored and self-sponsored students. There is a range of funding options available.
Scholarships available to Sloan Fellows include:
We are pleased to announce that a small number of awards are available to support Sloan 2014 candidates who in the opinion of the Admissions Committee will make an exceptional contribution to the class and most benefit from this support.
Funded by: London Business School
Open to: all self-funding candidates for the Sloan MSc.
Award: the awards are between £5,000 and £10,000 in the form of tuition remission.
Eligibility: all successful self-funded Sloan MSc applicants will be considered automatically for these awards between the August and October deadlines.
Funded by: Sloan MSc Alumni.
Open to: all successful applicants to the programme who come from under-represented disciplines such as the not-for-profit or social enterprise.
Award: up to 50 per cent of first year fees.
All self-funded Sloan MSc applicants who both meet the application deadline, and accept their offer of a place on the programme before 22 August 2013 will be considered automatically for the Sloan Alumni Gift Scholarship. The Scholarship will be awarded in September 2013.
Funded by: London Business School, Saatchi & Saatchi and Spencer Stuart.
Open to: all self-funding female candidates for the Sloan MSc.
Award: a scholarship awarding up to 50% of tuition fees for the Sloan programme with career mentoring from Spencer Stuart.
Deadline: the deadline for the Sloan MSc Women's Scholarship is 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 12 July 2013.
Funded by: an anonymous alumni donor.
Open to: all successful MBA, EMBA and Sloan MSc applicants who have a background in social enterprise*. Applications from women and/ or candidates residing in Africa encouraged.
Award: One award of £20,000.
Application Format: Sloan MSc Candidates who submit completed applications for the May deadline will be automatically considered for this award.
*Social Enterprise is defined as an organisation that applies commercial strategies to maximize improvements in human and environmental well-being, rather than maximising profits for external shareholders. Social enterprises can be structured as a for-profit or non-profit, and may take the form of a co-operative, mutual organisation, a social business, or a charity organisation.
Loans available to Sloan Fellows include:
US citizens or nationals, or permanent US residents without conditions, may be eligible for a Federal Stafford Loan. All applicants are required to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application.
For more information on these and other financing possibilities, see our general information on financing your course.
For advice on how to convince your employer to support you, please see our guidance for creating a business case below.
If you have questions that are not addressed in these pages or require this information in a different format, please contact the School's Financial Aid Officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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