Several scholarships are available to finance the Master in Wealth Management at Luxembourg School of Finance.
All require a formal application, consisting of a cover letter and an essay to be sent to email@example.com. The deadline is July 5th. Only accepted and enrolled students can apply for scholarships.
Two kinds of scholarship are distinguished:
- “merit and need” (M&N) scholarships,
- “special categories” (SC) scholarships.
The LSF Foundation and several other institutions have agreed to provide at least €50,000 in scholarships to fulltime MWM students. The maximum scholarship is €8,000 per student.
Students wishing to apply for an M&N scholarship need to write an essay to substantiate both merit and need. The maximum word count for this essay is 800 words. Please send your essay together with a coverletter and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A scholarship committee, consisting of sponsors and representatives of the University of Luxembourg will allocate the available funding.
Students who apply for a scholarship will be notified of the committee's decision in early July. All scholarships are conditional on completing the registration and payment of a €2,000 deposit to reserve a place in the programme.
The scholarship committee will allocate the available scholarships between the M&N sponsors. Sponsors may disclose the name of the scholarship recipient(s) and give him/her a welcome reception or award.
Special Category scholarships
In addition to the Merit and Need scholarship, several additional scholarships are available, each of €3,000. To be awarded any of the below-mentioned scholarships, applicants need to write additional essays, responding to questions set by the sponsors.
Among the sponsors there are:
- ALRiM (the Luxembourg Association for Risk Management)
- ALCO (the Luxembourg Association of Compliance Officers),
- CCAB (the Consultative Committee of Accounting Bodies in Luxembourg),
- Banque de Luxembourg,
- KBL European Private Bankers,
- Banque DeGroof Luxembourg.
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