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Financial Aid
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The different kinds of financial aid a student is able to receive during their studies at EGS are outlined below.

The distribution of financial aid depends on available funds.

Financial Aid

Deferred Payment-Plan for tuition and fees

The Deferred Payment-Plan has to conform to the following schedule:

 

First installment upon registration: has to cover 50% of the tuition.

The remaining payment for tuition can be divided in two installments payable at the latest by December 15th of the academic year the student is registered for Summer School.

Exception to this plan are only possible if the Cooperating University, the College or the Cooperating Institute, if any, guarantees payments in case the balance is in default. However there cannot be more than four installments, the latest by December 15th of the academic year. If the installments are paid by Credit Card, the expenses according to the Credit Card Centers in Switzerland are CHF 50 per installment. These expenses will be charged for each installment that is being paid by Credit Card on Deferred Payment-Plan.

Contracts should be sent by email directly to the EGS office of the European Graduate School.

 

You can find the document in the Downloads under "Application & Registration – Financial Aid – “Deferred Payment Plan".

Workstudy for Summer School at EGS

The EGS is looking for student support during the two Summer School sessions. EGS offers a Workstudy Program designed for students able to demonstrate financial need who are willing to take on responsibility for certain tasks during their Summer School session. This program offers financial compensation appropriate to the specific task demands, currently CHF 600. Students interested in participating in the EGS Workstudy Program are required to have a confirmed registration with a down payment of 50% of tuition. 

The Office will let the student know which Workstudy position the student will be assigned to at least one week prior to the start of Summer School. 

Application deadline is April 30th. All Workstudy positions are on a first come first-served basis available.

 

Applications should be sent by email directly to the EGS office of the European Graduate School.

You can find the document in the Downloads under "Application & Registration – Financial Aid – “Application Workstudy Summer School 2023".

Matching Scholarship Program

The European Graduate School has a Matching Scholarship Program. Students can apply for a scholarship wherein they actively participate in raising money, which will be matched to a determined limit by the European Graduate School. Currently, the amount ranges between CHF 700 - CHF 1300 per Summer School. The idea of the program is that the student solicits funds from sources other than bank or scholarship associations. The sources can include family (excluding same household), friends, community associations, etc.

Students interested in the Matching Scholarship Program are required to have a confirmed Summer School registration with a down payment of 50% of tuition. 

In order to apply for a Matching Scholarship please fill out the application form and send it by E-Mail along with the appropriate documentation directly to the EGS office of the European Graduate School.

Please note: You cannot apply for a Matching Scholarship if you receive a Canadian Student Loan.

You can find the document in the Downloads under "Application & Registration" – Financial Aid – “Application Matching Scholarship ”.

Paolo Knill Scholarship Fund 

EGS opened in memoriam of founding Rector Paolo J. Knill (1932 - 2020) a scholarship fund for students in financial needs. Application deadline is April 30th. The scholarship is on a first -come first -served basis. The current amount is CHF 400. Applicants are required to have a confirmed registration for one of the two Summer School sessions with a down payment of 50% of tuition.

You can find the document in the Downloads under "Application & Registration" – Financial Aid – “Application Paolo Knill Scholarship”.

Canadian Student Loans

For Canadian cititzens, permanent residents and designated as protected persons, it is possible to obtain loans for the full cost oft attendance. Students from Canada who want to apply for a Canadian loan have full time status and study all residencies on Campus Saas Fee.

You must also have already been admitted to one of the Masters or Doctoral Programs of AHS.

Notice when applying that the AHS programs are full time programs. For details of your eligibility please visit www.canlearn.ca

Rotary Clubs Scholarship

For Graduate students and pursuing vocational studies from various countries. Application deadline varies according to country. Please note, rotary clubs around the world have their own criteria. For more details, check your local rotary club.

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