Fees & Expenses
Tuition fee increases are announced in December of each year, for the Classes that will graduate the following year.
Current tuition fees for the graduating classes of 2015 are €62,500
Tuition fees cover all printed course materials, access to the INSEAD library, access to on-campus information technology services, language tuition, student council fees, gym access, business cards, printing.
|Health insurance: €800||Business foundations programme: €1750|
|Books, stationery, etc.: €800|
Fee Payment Schedule
|1st Instalment: If offered a place on the INSEAD MBA programme, you will be given a deadline by which you should secure your seat. This would require the down payment of a non-refundable first instalment of the programme fees totaling €7,000. This instalment is due approximately four weeks after having received the admissions offer.|
|2nd Instalment: Approximately one month before the programme starts, you will be required to pay a non-refundable second tuition instalment equivalent to about 60% of total tuition and the insurance fee: €37,500 and €800.|
|3rd Instalment: Due approximately three months after the programme starts, the final instalment amounts to €18,000.|
Estimated living expenses during the MBA programme
Rent and other living expenses vary considerably depending on the participant’s family situation, lifestyle choices and financial means. A survey of INSEAD students shows that a single participant can expect to incur the following basic expenses during the ten-month programme. If you are coming with a partner, budget an increase of approximately 25%.
(includes utilities and charges)
|€8,600 - €11,400
|€6,500 - €11,000
|Meals||€4,500 - €6,000
|€5,000 - €5,900
|Local Transport||€500 - €1,500*
|€1,500 - €5,000**|
|€3000 - €900
|€500 - €1000
|Travel for exchange
and job search(optional)
Total Average Expenses
+ local travel
*In Singapore, most MBA participants use public transport.
**Participants staying in the surrounding area of Fontainebleau may buy or lease a car (leasing costs approx €4,500 per year). Participants living in Fontainebleau itself use bicycles, buses, etc.