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Fees, financing and scholarships

 

The fee for Sloan 2018 is £61,300 and includes tuition, core course textbooks and online reading materials, elective course reading materials and accommodation on the international trip.

 

All candidates are asked to pay a deposit to reserve their place, and self-sponsored students pay the balance in three instalments. Companies sponsoring an employee pay the balance in one payment before the commencement of the first term.

 

Financing your course

 

Sloan Fellows are a mix of sponsored and self-sponsored students.  There is a range of funding options available to you.

 

Discover more about building a case for sponsorship with the Sloan business case guide.

 

Scholarships

 


Loans

 

Sloan Fellows often take personal bank loans to fund their education or use their own resources.

The Prodigy Finance Loan Programme is available to help you finance your MSc in Leadership and Strategy.

US candidates may be eligible for a loan via the Federal Stafford Loan Programme.

See the Federal Student Aid website.
 

Living expenses

 

The fees for the Sloan programme do not include living expenses, which vary depending on your circumstances. Typically, you should budget approximately £30,000-£45,000 for a family, or £25,000-£30,000 for a single person in shared accommodation.
See our Sloan fees and financing frequently asked questions.

 

Information about scholarships

 

We are pleased to announce the following awards to support Sloan candidates who in the opinion of the Admissions Committee will make an exceptional contribution to the class and most benefit from this support.


50th Anniversary Scholarship

 

We are excited about what we have built at London Business School. The world needs more leaders with global perspective who can generate innovative solutions to help solve our increasingly complex problems. 

We can point to the impact we've had on business, policy and people's lives. And even better, we feel like we are only at the start. We're beginning to see the powerful connections of our global community of alumni and academics coming together to improve the future of our world.

 

Funded by: London Business School
Open to: all self-funding candidates for the Sloan MSc
Award: a scholarship awarding 100% of tuition fees for the Sloan programme.
Deadline: 17.00 (UK time) on Wednesday 13 September 2017. 

The 50th Anniversary’s requirements include:

 

  • A one page CV
  • Essay of not more than 500 words (please supply the word count) on an innovative solution to a worldwide issue of their choice
  • Video clip of up to 5 minutes “Who am I?” demonstrating your creativity. The video should be uploaded on You Tube at www.youtube.com and the link sent to Matthew Foster matthewfoster@london.edu. Make sure the view rights are set to public.

 

For more information view the 50th anniversary scholarship instructions

Download the 50th anniversary scholarship application form

 

Sloan Philip Langsdale Scholarship

 

Funded by: Sloan MSc 2004 Alumni
Award: One award of £20,000 in the form of tuition remission

Overview: This scholarship is funded through the generosity of the class of Sloan 2004 in memory of Philip Langsdale and established to attract excellent candidates to the programme. All qualified applications will be considered and the successful candidate will be identified on merit.

All candidates who receive an offer for the Sloan MSc in Leadership and Strategy will be considered and the final decision will be made in September 2017.

Sloan Awards

 

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 who have applied for and accepted their offer before 26 July 2017. The final decisions will be made in August 2017.

 

Sloan award application form.

 

Sloan MSc Women’s Scholarship

 

Funded by: London Business School
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.
Deadline: the deadline for the Sloan MSc Women's Scholarship is 17.00 (UK time) on Wednesday 26 July 2017. 

Women's scholarship application form.

Women's scholarship instructions.

 

Sloan Alumni Scholarship

 

Funded by: London Business School
Open to: all self-funding candidates for the Sloan MSc
Award: £20,000 in the form of tuition remission
Eligibility: all successful self-funded Sloan MSc applicants who have submitted their completed application before 26 July 2017: the final decision will be made in August 2017.

 

 

The Monica and Navin Valrani Scholarship

 

Open to: Indian women. Designed to support exceptionally gifted and talented Indian women who have achieved success through their own determination, ambition and motivation and have striven to succeed in their education and career.
Award: £20,000.
Application Format: Candidates who submitted a Sloan application prior 5 May 2017 together with other masters programmes will be automatically considered for this award.

 

The Gallifrey Scholarship for Social Enterprise

 

Funded by: An anonymous alumni donor.
Open to: All successful MBA, EMBA and Sloan Masters applicants who have a background in social enterprise* with a preference for women and/or candidates residing in Africa.

Award: £20,000.

Application Format: Candidates who submitted a Sloan application prior 5 May 2017 will be automatically considered for this award.

*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.

 

The David Pyott Scholarship


Funded by: David Pyott
Open to: all self-funded candidates for the EMBAD, EMBAL and Sloan MSc
Award: a scholarship of £20,000 in the form of tuition fees remission
Eligibility: all successful self-funded Sloan MSc applicants who have submitted their completed application before 9 March 2017; the final decisions will be made in May 2017.


David Pyott’s application form.

Contact us

Find out more:
See general information on financing your course


To discuss financing your course, please contact:
financialaid@london.edu 
020 7000 7509