Financing your MSc in Management - European Triple Degree

Tuition fees

Tuition fees:€20,000 per year
Student services fees: €1000 per year
Total tuition fees: €21,000 per year
Pricing is for the 2022 intake.

Scholarships

For students holding an international degree

emlyon business school and its partners are committed to investing in tomorrow’s entrepreneurial leaders by helping qualified students to further their education :

  • Campus France: discover more scholarship options available depending on your country of residence here.
  • Bank Loans: You may obtain a bank loan through emlyon business school financial partners only if you have a fiscal warrantor in France. If not, we advise you to obtain a loan in your country of origin before your arrival (More information on your dashboard).
  • Individual scholarships: As a socially responsible organisation,emlyon business school helps students to finance their MSc in Management - European Triple Degree - Grande Ecole by offering up scholarships to qualifying students. These scholarships can help cover up to 30% of the tuition fees of the 1st year. They are limited in number, so we advise you to contact your program advisor as soon as possible to discuss your eligibility.

For students holding a French degree

With the objective to welcome 30% of students with scholarships by 2025, the emlyon business school is implementing a new voluntarist policy of scholarships, fairer and with more solidarity in favor of future students from the MSc in Management - Grande Ecole Program. As a société à mission since July 2021, emlyon will provide financial support for CROUS scholarship students thereby offering free tuition fees for students with an echelon 7 scholarship.

 

Amount covered by emlyon:

  • Echelon 0 bis: 5%
  • Echelon 1: 10%
  • Echelon 2: 15%
  • Echelon 3: 20%
  • Echelon 4: 30%
  • Echelon 5: 50%
  • Echelon 6: 75%
  • Echelon 7: 100%

Cost of living

Lyon

Cost of living in Lyon

Tentative monthly budget in Lyon: around €1,200

 

  • Rent: €600 (approximately)
  • Transportation: €32.50 (at student price)
  • Food: €300
  • Books, photocopies…: €40
  • Miscellaneous: €100
  • Mobile Phone: prepaid phone cards start at €5*
  • Leisure: €100

 

*Available in newsstands and supermarkets

Munich

Cost of living in Munich

Tentative monthly budget in Munich: around €1,000

 

  • Rent: €450 (approximately)
  • Transportation: €50
  • Food: €250
  • Books, photocopies…: €40
  • Miscellaneous: €100
  • Mobile Phone: prepaid phone cards start at €5*
  • Leisure: €100

 

*Available in newsstands and supermarkets

 

For more information, visit the Munich Tourist Office website.

Lancaster

Cost of living in Lancaster

Tentative monthly budget in Lancaster: around £1,100

 

  • Rent: £600 (approximately)
  • Transportation: £49
  • Food: £250
  • Books, photocopies…: £35
  • Miscellaneous: £100
  • Mobile Phone: prepaid phone cards start at £10*
  • Leisure: £85

 

*Available in newsstands and supermarkets

Please note: these are tentative budgets which may be subject to change depending on the type of accommodation you find, the transport card you buy etc.