Fees and Financing
MSc International Finance
Admitted students will be asked to confirm their seats within 3 weeks after final results are announced with a non-refundable deposit of €5,000, deducted from their total tuition fees.
Remaining costs (approximately €1,000 per month) include housing and food, compulsory insurance (health and civil liability), sports and leisure, phone and IT access…
|ACADEMIC YEAR||ACADEMIC FEES||STUDENT SERVICES FEES||ADMINISTRATIVE FEES||TOTAL TUITION FEES|
|2019/2020||€ 29,625||€ 1,600||€ 800||€ 32,025|
NB: The annual HEC Student service fees and Administrative fees (€ 1600 + € 800) are payable for any additional year until graduation.
For many years now, HEC Paris has been committed to enabling the most talented international students to pursue their studies within our elite business school.
HEC Foundation Excellence Scholarships have been made possible thanks to the considerable support from the community of alumni and businesses related to the HEC Paris Foundation.
Eligibility: All candidates with a non-French diploma (Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree) admitted to one of our master programs
Process: All admitted candidates with a non-French diploma (Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree) are automatically considered for HEC Foundation Excellence scholarship. No additional document is required
Deadline: Results from this scholarship are announced by email within 2 weeks after your admission and before the confirmation deadline.
HEC Foundation Excellence Scholarships' final decision is based on academic excellence, the overall strength of the application, the results of the selection interview and the candidate’s GMAT/GRE/TAGE-MAGE performance. Scholarships are deducted from tuition fees.
Read a student's testimonial.
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship was established by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to enable French higher education establishments to attract top international students to their master’s and PhD programs. On the masters level, the scholarship encourages applications from emerging countries to shape the future decision-makers of the private and public sectors in priority areas of study.
Application deadline :
Round 1 – October 23, 2018
Candidates aged 30 years old or below
Non-French nationality candidates only (applicants with dual nationality, one of which is French, are not eligible).
Candidates who have already been awarded the Eiffel scholarship at master’s level (not eligible at the same level, but can nevertheless reapply at a doctoral level).
Candidates who have applied previously and been rejected, even if their application is submitted by a different establishment or in another field of study.
N.B.: The Eiffel scholarship can not be cumulated with any other French government scholarship or award.
Monthly allowance of €1181. The scholarship also covers: one international return ticket, social security and cultural activities.
Publication of results:
The list of laureates will be published on the Campus France website during the week of March 25, 2019.
Most banks will provide loans for study at HEC Paris to French nationals or residents with pre-established banking credentials at very low interest rate (around 1% in 2016). We have excellent relationships with local branches of national banks :
|BNP PARIBAS||50 avenue Jean Jaurès 78350 Jouy-en-Josas||01.30.83.04.62|
|CAISSE D'ÉPARGNE||7 rue Oberkampf 78350 Jouy-en-Josas||01.75.42.29.08|
|SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE||10 rue Oberkampf 78350 Jouy-en-Josas||01.39.56.42.73|
|HSBC||8 rue de l'Eglise 91570 Bièvres||01.69.35.36.10|
|LCL||66 rue de la Paroisse 78000 Versailles||01.30.83.54.04|
|BRED||13 rue Oberkampf 78350 Jouy-en-Josas||09.88.98.95.10|
Furthermore, information sessions with bank representatives are organized on campus every year during the first 3 weeks of September.
Finally, the European Commission Erasmus+ Program allows students following a master abroad to benefit from soft loans until 18.000€ (2-year programs). To be eligible students must live in a programme country and their study destination cannot be in their country of residence or the country where they received their first qualification. More information on the European Commission website.