Invest in your future –
We can help you finance your Part-Time MBA!
Pursuing an MBA can be a substantial investment, not only in terms of time and energy, but also financially. We’re committed to helping you explore and evaluate the different financing options to make sure this investment doesn’t stand in the way of your future.
Have a look at our financing options below:
Since its foundation in 2005 at WHU, Brain Capital offers a fair and flexible financing model for tuition fees and living expenses. Students from the EU, UK, USA or Canada who have received an admission offer to a degree program at WHU, may apply for the WHU education fund. The WHU education fund is an income share agreement and allows students to focus on their studies without worrying about tuition fees or indebtedness after graduation. The repayment only starts after graduation and completely depends on the gross income. Through the income dependent repayments, alumni support future generations of students.
For further information please visit the Brain Capital website.
- Sparkasse Koblenz
Our local bank institute grants loans to WHU students.
- MBA for Women Foundation
The MBA for Women Foundation provides scholarships and loans to women who pursue an MBA at leading business schools and who can demonstrate their need for financial support.
WHU grants scholarships to enable highly talented candidates from diverse academic and professional backgrounds to pursue the WHU Part-Time MBA.
To apply for a scholarship, please use the respective scholarship application form (see below). Please note that only one scholarship application per person is possible and that scholarship application requires an application for the Part-Time MBA Program at WHU. Seats in the program and scholarships are limited and granted on a rolling basis. Therefore, we recommend applying early. After you have completed your application to the Part-Time MBA program, please send your scholarship application to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please note: scholarship applications must be submitted before signing the study contract)
- WHU Diversity Scholarship: Life Experience
- WHU Diversity Scholarship: Professional Experience
- WHU Women in Business Scholarship
WHU MBA Program is also a member of the 30% Club and offers one 50% tuition scholarship to a top female applicant to the MBA Program per year. The recipient is chosen from all applicants for the WHU Women in Business Scholarship.
Additional information on scholarships is available on the following websites:
- www.bva.bund.de (search for Bildungskredit)
Included in Tuition Fees
- All books and materials
- Breakfast, lunch, coffee and snacks during class days
- Accommodation and half-board during the international modules
- Personal development seminars and workshops
- Semester ticket for public transportation in North Rhine-Westphalia
Note: The program fee does not include airfare, travel expenses, accommodation in Düsseldorf, or visa fees during the international modules. Please note that visa-related costs for the international modules amount to around 1,000 EUR in total. For most destinations a specific visa type is required which is not covered by a business or tourist visa.
Information for taxpayers in Germany (also applies to international MBA graduates working in Germany after graduation): the tuition fees for the MBA Program are tax deductible as anticipated professional expenses. For more detailed information, please click here or ask your tax advisor.
Don't miss the Early Bird offer!
Apply by Jan 31: €5,000 off tuition fees
Apply by Mar 31: €3,000 off tuition fees
*A complete application includes online application, MBA questionnaire, submitted GMAT and TOEFL scores, and university documents.