Rewarding academic merit 

Each academic year TIME grants partial or full scholarships to 10% of successful applicants. However, this is not restrictive and depends on the quality of applicants. Upon application you are automatically considered for a scholarship, which is awarded on academic merit alone.  A TIME scholarship covers only tuition fees and not living expenses. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of the information provided in their application.  

The evaluation processfor granting a scholarship focuses on:

  1. the applicant’s undergraduate degree,
  2. the GMAT score [Note that the GMAT is optional and applicants without a GMAT will also be considered],
  3. the reference letters and,
  4. if relevant, any professional experience.

Depending on the quality of applications, the Admissions Committee, with the approval of TIME Directors, may grant partial scholarships to more students than those corresponding to the 10% of succesful applicants. 

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