Scholarships & Aid

We are committed to making a ESM education affordable to all. Our financial aid program for undergraduates is recognized as one of the most generous in the country. We provide financial aid in the form of grants that do not need to be repaid. This means undergraduates can graduate from ESM debt free. Graduate students also benefit from generous support while studying at ESM. ESM guarantees funding for its regularly enrolled, degree-seeking Msc. candidates for all years of regular program enrollment, contingent upon satisfactory academic performance.

Undergraduate Applicants

Scholarships
ESM University in partnership with Igeh Ovie Foundationgives Financial aid covered 100 percent of tuition. This aid was provided in the form of Scholarship, which do not have to be repaid. ESM Benin was the first university in the country to partner with educational Foundations.

Zero Debt
Our generous aid program enabled 82 percent of recent seniors to graduate debt free.

Meeting Your Needs

Financial aid is awarded solely based on a student’s need. Each student’s aid award is determined individually based on family resources.

 

Aid for Domestic and International Students

Princeton is one of only a handful of schools in the country that do not limit financial aid available for international students. The full need of all admitted international students is met the same as it is for students from Benin Republic

 

Current Undergraduates

Current undergraduates must apply for financial aid each year. It is our policy to meet students’ full demonstrated need based on student’s circumstances each year. Award amounts may vary from year to year, based on changes in a family’s financial circumstances and ESM’s cost of attendance.

You can learn more about applying for aid through the Undergraduate Financial Aid contact us.

 

Funding and Support for Graduate Students

We recognize that the decision to pursue graduate study requires a significant commitment of time, energy and resources. ESM guarantees funding for its regularly enrolled, degree-seeking Msc. candidates for all years of regular program enrollment, contingent upon satisfactory academic performance.

Support for Msc. students to pursue scholarship and research may come in the form of fellowships, assistantships, external funding, travel grants, loans and assistance, and Federal Work Study.

The funding for master’s candidates varies by department.