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Master in Wealth Management

Fees, Scholarships and Housing

Fees

Tuition fees for the full-time and part-time programmes amount to 17 500 EUR.Included are all teaching  materials, and accommodation for the Singapore module.

Full time students will be enrolled for two semesters with a possibility of a third semester to finish their internship. They start their studies in the winter semester (from September until February), finish their Luxembourg-based courses in May and do their Singapore module in July. The three semester enrollment enables the student to do an internship of up to 9 months. Students who need additional semesters to finish their studies will pay €200 per semester.

Part-time students will be enrolled for four semesters. They spread their course-work over the four semesters and do their Singapore module in their fourth semester. Also part-time students pay €200 per additional semester that they need to finish their studies. 

Scholarships

Self-financing students may be able to benefit from financial assistance (loans, student subsidies) by the CEDIES (Centre de Documentation et d’Information sur l’Enseignement Supérieur), Luxembourg.

 

Student housing

The university provides a limited number of student housing units. Students requiring student housing provided by the university must indicate so in their application submission.
LSF students accepted for admission are required to pay the first semester fees (€8 750) before the university can confirm availability of student housing.
It is therefore strongly recommended that students requiring student housing settle the first semester fees as soon as possible after receipt of their acceptance letter from the university.

Further details on student housing

 

Student Loan Programme

In case an applicant would like to request a loan from the university, that would have to be reimbursed after graduation, she/he should ask for it in her/his motivation letter, explaining whether the loan is a necessary condition for her/him to attend the course