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In the Master of Science Programs the tuition fee for the 90 credit track (including the tuition of the capstone module abroad) amounts to 21,600€ and 26,800€ (including the tuition for the semester abroad) for the 120 credit track. Other related expenses, such as costs of living and travel, are not included in the tuition fee. Further costs occur when choosing the double degree program.
A non-refundable fee of €90 is charged for processing applications.
The Master of Management, Master of Finance and Master of Entrepreneurship programs offers students a series of financing options in order to ensure that everyone who has been successful in obtaining admission can study at WHU.
WHU is pleased to introduce the „e-fellows Master-Scholarship“ in cooperation with e-fellows.net. The scholarship will be awarded to:
It covers the exemption from the tuition payment for one semester in the Master in Management-Program, the Master in Entrepreneurship-Program or the Master in Finance-Program at WHU.
Interested candidates should apply for the e-fellows Master-Scholarship by May 13, 2018. More information is available on the application form in the "downloads" section.
In Praxi – the WHU Alumni Association has launched the In Praxi Diversity Scholarship amounting to the tuition of one semester. Its purpose is to help young qualified applicants from foreign countries by providing them with financial aid and mental support. At this point scholarships can be offered to students who are not able to finance their studies on their own.
In Praxi is convinced that a diverse student body – coupled with stringent selection criteria – is a valuable asset to the whole WHU community. Please find more information in the PDF document In Praxi Diversity Scholarship.
In cooperation with the Campus for Finance e.V., one of the student associations at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, we are proud to offer the Campus for Finance Master in Finance Scholarship. It is a unique opportunity for participants of the Campus for Finance - WHU New Year's Conference or of the WHU Private Equity Conference who are also interested in studying in the Master in Finance (MiF) program at WHU.
The Campus for Finance MiF Scholarship will be offered to one outstanding participant of the WHU Campus for Finance - WHU New Year's Conference or the WHU Private Equity Conference. It encompasses a monetary value equal to one semester's tuition fee in the Master in Finance (MiF) program. Participants of the WHU New Year's Conference or of the WHU Private Equity Conference can apply for the Campus for Finance MiF Scholarship by May 13, 2018. To apply to our Master programs, please submit your application via our online application portal.
Moreover, participants of the Campus for Finance - WHU New Year's Conference or the WHU Private Equity Conference will receive an application fee waiver when applying for the Master programs at WHU.
There is a possibility for students to receive a reduced tuition. The number of scholarships will be determined on a yearly basis. The reduction is amounting to the tuition of one semester. In order to apply for a reduction of the tuition fees, please complete the form Antrag Teilerlass and send it to the student office by August 1, 2018. Additonally, you also have to submit your BAföG-application*.
All EU citizens have a right to receive financial assistance through BAföG. Please submit your BAföG-application at the latest by your matriculation date at the responsible BAföG office ("Amt für Auszubildenendförderung der Universität Koblenz").
Application for a reduced tuition has absolutely no impact on the selection or admission process.
*Please note that the entire BAföG application procedure is only available in German.
As a result of the selection process, WHU students have good chances of being accepted to a scholarship program. Nearly 20 percent of WHU students are funded by a grant or endowment (BSc and MSc-Programs). Seven percent are scholarship recipients from the German National Academic Association (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes).