Your tuition fees at work.
EADA Business School is run by a not-for-profit foundation that uses your tuition fees, combined with other sources of funding, to deliver a world-class education. Fees also contribute to supporting facilities such as libraries and to major investment projects, including the recent renovation of the EADA Barcelona City Centre Campus.
The tuition fee of €24,500 includes:
- Academic programme, company visits, flights and half board during the International Business Trip
- Academic materials
- Use of all facilities at the Barcelona City Centre Campus
- Use of all facilities at the Collbató Residential Training Campus, transfer to and from the Campus and full room and board while there
- Access to the Knowledge & Information Centre (library) and related resources on and off campus
- Access to EADA Careers resources and activities
- Participation in company visits
- Academic programme during the EADA exchange programme (excluding a small admin. fee)
Your financing options
How to fund your education.
EADA Business School aims to attract the best talent, and we know that funding your business school education can be challenging. The decision to pursue a Master is a significant investment - we hope to make it affordable through a variety of opportunities for financing.
Funding for fiscal residents of Spain
EADA Financial Aid provides participants with opportunities for fiscal residents in Spain to finance their professional development. For students interested in a more extensive repayment period, EADA partners with Banc Sabadell to offer exclusive conditions with a repayment term of up to 8 years. (The informative document is only available in Spanish.)
Financing for international students through Prodigy Finance
While traditional banks base their loan decisions on historical salaries, Prodigy Finance looks to the future. They assess applicants’ future earning potential – not on credit history. Advantages to financing through Prodigy include: no collateral or co-signer, easy and fast online process, no repayments while you study, and no penalties for early repayment.
Financing for Latin American students through partner organisations
EADA works with partner organisations to offer both financing and scholarship opportunities to outstanding students from the Latin American community. Download the complete list by clicking on the button below.
Don't dream about success - work for it.
At EADA, we believe that education can change the world. For this reason, we support you in your Master journey through a wide variety of scholarships designed to ensure that the best candidates don't get overlooked for financial reasons.
Send your application via post so that it arrives by the deadline
Scholarship Committee reviews applications and makes final decision
Scholarship results announced via email 1 month after deadline
EADA awards scholarships to outstanding candidates who demonstrate the potential for superior performance in the programme. Scholarships are merit-based and cover up to 25% of the programme fee (with exception of the Scholarship for Excellence, which covers up to 50%). The scholarships listed here are for candidates of our International Master programmes.
- Only candidates who have successfully completed the admission process and enrolled (having paid 25% of the total programme fee) are eligible to apply.
- Scholarships and discounts do not stack; candidates who receive multiple awards will be automatically awarded the scholarship or discount with the highest value
- Scholarship recipients commit to collaborating in an academic or administrative project assigned by EADA during the academic year.
- 1st deadline: 31 March 2020
- 2nd deadline: 31 May 2020
- 3rd deadline: 31 July 2020*
The required documentation must be received via post by the corresponding deadline.
* Subject to availability. Certain EADA scholarships that have all been awarded in previous deadlines may not be available in the July deadline.
Scholarship for Excellence
For candidates with outstanding academic and/or professional experience. Candidates must have a GMAT score of 700 or higher or demonstrate an academic/professional record reflecting excellence.
Elite Sport Scholarship
For athletes who are actively pursuing a career in sports or retired athletes.
Family Business Scholarship
For candidates are currently employed in the family business (or those who own their own family business).
Future Entrepreneurs Scholarship
For candidates with plans to open their own business after graduation.
Women in STEM Scholarship
For female candidates who have an academic background in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths fields.
Social Impact Scholarship
For candidates with proven experience in supporting not-for-profit organisations operating in the social development, environmental or humanitarian fields.
- Africa Scholarship
- Asia Scholarship
- Central & Eastern Europe Scholarship
- EU Scholarship
- Latin America Scholarship
- North Africa, Near East & Middle East Scholarship
- U.S. & Canada Scholarship