Fees, financing and scholarships
Tuition fees for the first year of the 2019 programme at London Business School are £32,500. Second year fees at Fudan University are RMB 100,000.
In addition to the School fees, there is a Student Association Fee of £120 that covers the Student Association (SA) subscription, enabling students to participate in our vibrant community.
Paying your fees
If you are offered a place on the full-time Global Masters in Management programme, you will pay a commitment fee of £1,500 within approximately three weeks of your offer and then a reservation fee of £6,000 within approximately six weeks of your offer.
These fees are non-refundable and will be deducted from your total tuition fees. Late applicants, who are accepted, will pay the tuition fees in a shorter amount of time.
There are many funding options available for you to explore. Get in touch with the admissions team to check eligibility.
A range of loans, including The Prodigy Finance Loan programme, are available to help you finance your Global Masters in Management. Find out more about getting a loan.
Global Masters in Management scholarships
Pursuing your postgraduate studies is an important investment for your future, and one which we understand takes considerable thought and planning. We appreciate that pursuing graduate studies is also a financial investment, and have a number of funding opportunities available to support students who are looking to pursue the Global Masters in Management.
It is our aim to support students on this next important step in their business education, and around 15% of Global Masters in Management students receive a London Business School scholarship. Members of the Scholars Community represent some of the brightest talent within London Business School, and in order to attract and support the best candidates we have made available a wide range of merit and bursary scholarships for the Global Masters in Management programme.
Admitted students to the Global Masters in Management will be automatically considered for all merit awards (for which they meet the entry requirements e.g. gender) except for the bursaries, which require an application.
Current scholarships include: