At EAE, we know that MBA in English talented students inspire us and act as a driving force behind the progress of our community. EAE grants reward their efforts on their journey towards excellence, reinforcing our commitment to equality and social justice by expanding the opportunities available for accessing our educational programs.
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different types of EAE grants
EAE grants reward you with a refund of 50% of the MBA in English enrolment fees. We strive to break down barriers. The only limits you face are the ones you impose yourself. We offer the following types of grant:
Achieving excellence in your studies requires a large dose of energy and perseverance. We like to think that we can offer an extra motivation for students who are working at the highest level. The Academic Excellence grant is awarded to candidates who have displayed extraordinary performance and can accredit an average score on their academic record of over 9.5.
We strive to increase the presence of women in executive positions and promote gender equality in MBA. Over 40% of our students are women, many of whom combine their studies in MBA with their professional and personal lives. We want to reward their efforts with this grant, which takes their academic report into consideration, but also their executive potential, leadership capacity and professional background.
Launching an entrepreneurial venture is an exciting journey that requires preparation, the capacity for sacrifice and creativity. We aim to foster entrepreneurial spirit and great business ideas with a grant awarded to directors of SMEs, self-employed professionals and people with their own business project. To be eligible to apply for the grant, International MBA candidates must have created a company in the same year.
We are certain that, to achieve a fairer, more participative society, we have to run initiatives designed to foster the talent of people with a disability. With this in mind, we have created a grant for the International MBA that is awarded to the candidate with an accredited disability of at least 33% who has the best academic record.
There are other sources of financial support for studying offered by different institutions and organizations, to which you also have access.
The grants offered by the MAEC (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation) and the AECID (International Cooperation Agency for Development) offer the opportunity to earn an International MBA to young and foreign university students who choose to round off their studies in a Spanish university or educational institution. The grants are aimed at candidates with university qualification (and final-year students in some cases).
The State Employment Public Service offers financial support, through the Fundación Tripartita, to all people currently actively employed and making Social Security contributions and who have received individual training permission from the company to earn an International MBA. Candidates earn an official qualification or a university’s own institutional qualification. In return, the company receives a Social Security allowance for each employee and benefit from the know-how of better trained professionals.
The Catalan Government’s Agència de Gestió d’Ajuts i de Recerca (University and Research Financial Support Management Agency) offers university postgraduate loans with extremely attractive conditions.