Fees & Funding
Fees & Funding
Deciding to pursue an Executive MBA is an investment in yourself and your future. Get in touch with our admissions team, who will be happy to share some of the best practices used by current participants in order to help you make your own plan.
What are the costs?
Tuition Fees by Intake
When partially sponsored, the payment schedule is 50% at start of program. A payment schedule for the remaining 50% may be adapted in conjunction with our Finance Officer.
All applicants admitted into the HEC Paris Executive MBA will have the opportunity to be considered for scholarships.
You will receive guidance from your Admissions Officer (the scholarships are based on excellence from HEC Paris and the Forté Foundation) upon admittance into the program.
All decisions concerning admissions are made independently of an applicant's financial situation. Awarded scholarships will be deducted from the last tuition payment. Scholarships can represent up to 10 percent of tuition fees. Scholarships do not apply for students sponsored for over 50% of their tuition.
Decisions will be announced following the final jury of admissions.
An Executive MBA is a significant investment in terms of both time and expenses, so planning how you will finance your studies is imperative. At HEC Paris, we want to make paying for your Executive MBA as easy and straightforward as possible. The admissions team will be happy to share best practices of current students to help you prepare your own plan.
Participants can finance the cost of their education with student loans, which typically carry low interest rates and can be paid back following graduation.
Prodigy Finance provides loans for international graduate students to pursue their masters degrees at the world’s best schools.
• No cosigner and no collateral required
• No in country credit required
• 100% online process
• No early repayment fees
• Repayment terms up to 20 years
• Repayment begins 6-months after graduation for full-time courses
See more details about the terms and conditions, and how to apply for a loan for HEC Paris on the Prodigy Finance website.
Another option for international participants is Lendwise. A specialist loan provider based in the UK dedicated to education finance for individuals who are looking to fund their studies at world class universities, Lendwise’s aim is to enable access to education through its affordable and flexible student loans that come with a fixed interest rate and no early repayment penalties.
Lendwise assesses its candidates on a case-by-case basis.
To download a brochure about how Lendwise could work for you, click here.
Candidates who already live and work in France can take advantage of BNP's HEC-exclusive offer, done in concert with the Jouy-en-Josas branch.
Indian residents may consider this offer from ICICI Bank's education loans.
For US residents, Earnest provides loans with a 9 month grace period after graduation. Students can borrow up to the full cost of attendance. For more details and to apply using your mobile device, visit their website.