Financing a Master in Management is one of the hottest topics discussed among people who plan to study a program in general management. Even though the tuition fees for a Master in Management are much lower on average than those of MBA programs, living costs and tuition fees together can sum up to 45,000 Euros depending on the school and city.
For this reason many schools offer financial aid such as scholarships or loan programs. Some even perceive the breadth of financial aid offers as a quality criterion for schools. The question is: How do I get a scholarship? In our Forum two current Master in Management students of the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany) tell about their experience and the requirements of getting a scholarship.