The African School of Economics offers students two types of internal financial aid upon admission to help offset the cost of attendance. Students coming from ECOWAS member states[1] and International Students can apply to ASE Scholarship program.

Internal Financial Aid

  1. Tuition grant: This award is based on both academic merit and demonstrated financial need. It covers up to 1.211.000 FCFA. To be considered for ASE tuition grant the applicant must apply for it and summit all the supporting documents. This aid is renewable if the student maintains a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher.
  2. Work Study Program: offers 1.211.000 FCFA annually towards the cost of tuition and fees in exchange for 12 hours per week of student employment. Students may work as an intern with one of ASE’s administrative departments, as teaching assistant with the faculty or participate as a research assistant or data analysis assistant with one of our three research institutes. Applicants must apply for financial aid and submit all supporting documentation in order to be considered for the Work Study Program. Participation in the program is renewable if the student maintains a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher. Doctoral students can only apply to the Work Study Program in their first year.
  3. Teaching Fellowship: offers up to 1.815.000 FCFA annually towards the cost of tuition and fees in exchange for a given amount of hours (depends on each case) of student employment as a lecturer. This fellowship is only offered to second year and above Ph.D. students.

External Financial Aid

African School of Economics is in partnership with a number of international organizations, governmental and non-Governmental institutions that sponsor some of its MBA and MMES students. Consideration for these scholarships is based on outstanding academic achievement and financial need.

[1] ECOWAS member countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Côte d'Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo.