This scholarship was created to support outstanding people in the Americas. It is targeted on the Master’s Program in Business Administration (MBA). These scholarships are meant to assist financially-constrained model regional leaders in their training as future businesspeople capable of guiding, enhancing, and helping to develop and grow their countries of origin.
The scholarship covers 70% of tuition costs of the Master’s Program of your choice. Students must finance the remaining 30% of tuition, as well as other program costs.
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INCAE has a fund for awarding partial assistance to candidates with an excellent academic record faced with economic constraints in defraying their master’s program costs. Total amount allocated to a student will be a combination of scholarship and financing, with percentages being determined by the Financial Assistance Committee (CAF).
The financing portion must be repaid in a period of time after graduation with the purpose of contributing to training new generations of INCAE graduates. Once admitted to the program, a student wishing to apply for this scholarship should fill out a Scholarship Form and submit it to the INCAE office in his/her country.
Intended to contribute training financially constrained young Latin American people with intellectual, moral, and leadership capacity who could not pursue a program at INCAE Business School without this kind of assistance. This scholarship rewards a candidate’s previous career. It is the only full scholarship in the program, since it covers 100% of tuition, and is applicable to Master’s Programs in both the Costa Rican and the Nicaraguan campuses.
The Financial Assistance Committee (CAF), pursuant to INCAE requirements and in coordination with the Donor, will be responsible for awarding the scholarship to the best candidate during the admission process.
Honor Funds are the only internal financial assistance mechanism at INCAE Business School meant to encourage academic and professional development of their In-Campus Master’s Program students that have shown an outstanding performance in their undergraduate studies and require additional partial financing to finish their master’s program.
Students have to repay their loans after finishing the program, thus enabling more young people to continue benefitting from these funds in the future. Since Honor Funds are a soft financial assistance their interest rate is much lower than market rates and do not require any collateral, except for the fund beneficiary’s bona fide signature. Currently, INCAE has 19 honor funds meant to benefit students from all over Latin America.
Thanks to businessman Carlos Pellas’ initiative, INCAE has a fund for granting partial assistance in a scholarship/financing format to Central American students admitted to the Intensive Master’s Program starting in February at the Francisco de Sola Campus in Nicaragua.
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
- having an excellent academic record
- economic constraints in covering their master’s program costs.
Once admitted to the program the applicant may fill out a Scholarship Form and submit it to the INCAE office in his/her country. Total amount allocated to a student will be a combination of scholarship and financing, with percentages being determined by the Financial Assistance Committee (CAF). The financing portion must be repaid in a period of time after graduation with the purpose of contributing to training new generations of INCAE graduates.
It is intended to encourage the development of new Honduran leaders that can make a difference in their country and the region. It is a partial scholarship based on the scholarship fund annual return and is applicable to Master’s Programs at any of INCAE campuses.
Pursuant to INCAE requirements and in coordination with the Donor, the Financial Assistance Committee (CAF) will be responsible for awarding the Scholarship. After a four-year post-graduation grace period, INCAE will request the candidate to repay 25% of the awarded amount. Additionally, the scholarship holder should undertake to remain as a Honduran resident during 5 years after graduation.
The Lindenberg-Quant Scholarship provides financial support to students of the Intensive MBA Program starting in February at the Francisco de Sola Campus in Nicaragua that are committed to work on solving social problems, poverty, and environmental degradation in Latin America.
This scholarship has the purpose of encouraging future leaders in the field of regional sustainable development. The scholarship honors the memory of Marc Lindenberg (1945-2002) who, as INCAE President, CARE Operations Vice President, and Dean of Evans School of Public Policy at Washington University, devoted his life to the human development cause. Similarly, it acknowledges Roger Quant’s long-standing and distinguished career at INCAE in mobilizing resources for the social good from civil organizations and the government.
This scholarship is awarded to the candidate that best meets the required profile. Applicants should meet the following requirements:
- An essay with less than 1,200 words on the reasons why applicants consider themselves worthy of the Scholarship. This essay should describe past achievements and future professional objectives related to sustainable development.
- A resume showing experience or interest in sustainable development.
- A statement of financial need (in case of applicants with similar qualifications, preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial constraints).
Each year the OAS offers scholarships to citizens or permanent residents of OAS Member States. The 2012-2013 call is about to close.
Interest-free loans for studies in the U.S.
The money granted by the Rowe Fund helps students cover a portion of their tuition fees, living expenses, or emergencies not covered by the Students' main source of funding. For further information visit: www.oas.org/en/rowefund or in Spanish: www.oas.org/es/fondorowe.
The Inter American Development Bank, with funds from the Government of Japan, has established a scholarship program for students from the Bank’s borrowing member countries wishing to pursue a Master’s Program in such disciplines as Social Sciences, Public Management, Business Administration, or any other development-related academic field (except law and medicine).
Scholarship holders will be able to study at accredited universities offering Master’s Programs located in any of the Bank’s member countries. For further information please visit: www.iadb.org/int/jps/que.asp
There are international organizations, such as DEA, the World Bank, GTZ, the FORD Foundation, the McArthur Foundation, NORAD, etc. offering scholarship programs for graduate studies. The Ministries of Foreign Affairs in each country can provide further information on the matter.