Master in Business and Quantitative Methods (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Link: http://portal.uc3m.es/portal/page/portal/postgraduate_studies/masters/Master_Business_Quantitative_Methods/Scholarships

Financial Assistance for Master’s Students

The department of Statistics offers financial assistance to students in the Master in Business and Quantitative Methods who pursue the statistics track in the Master in Business and Quantitative Methods. The department of Business Economics offers financial assistance to students who pursue the Finance or the Management tracks in the Master in Business and Quantitative Methods.

In total, both departments offer financial support for up to 20 students in each entering class. Financial support usually includes a tuition waiver (worth around 4000€) plus a monthly stipend (between 850€ and 1000€) for students in good standing.

The application process for financial support is a different process from application to the program, and it takes place AFTER decisions on admission have been made. Only students who have been admitted to the program[/] need apply, and all relevant information will be sent to you, as well as publicly announced, when the call for applications is made. This year we expect two calls for financial aid to occur, one at the end of march and another at the end of june.

Link to financial aid page

Scholarships for Master and PhD Students

In addition, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Education offers a wide range of scholarships for prospective official Master’s students. Follow the link indicated below for more information:

Scholarships

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