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Registration fees and scholarships

Each CAS programme is independent. To register to the DAS programme, students must have first completed all three CAS-ICM programmes. The DAS registration fee is in addition to having completed and payed the three CAS.

Please see the Programmes page for more details.

Scholarship opportunity

To reach individuals from around the world regardless of their financial status, the course co-organisers are working with sponsors towards making competitive individual scholarships available to cover registration fees. There will be an opportunity for a limited number of successful applicants to receive scholarship support for a CAS programme, as per these guidelines:

a.     Up to 90% scholarship for applicants from low income countries (see World Bank list low income)

b.     Up to 80% scholarship for applicants from lower-middle income countries (see World Bank list lower-middle income)

 

Please note that, even for low income countries, we do not cover for more than 90% of the registration fees. This means that:

  1. For a CAS programme:
  • In case you are from a low income countries, you will still have to pay 395 CHF.
  • In case you are from a lower-middle income countries, you will still have to pay 790 CHF.

 

     2. After having successfully completed the three CAS programmes (and having payed for each ones), if you want to register to the DAS:

  • In case you are from a low income countries, you will still have to pay 200 CHF.
  • In case you are from a lower-middle income countries, you will then still have to pay 400 CHF.

 

The application form (see the “How to apply” page) includes a section where applicants can indicate their need for scholarship support. The number of scholarships awarded through this programme will be determined by the funding available and the level of need expressed by applicants.

 

Applicants are also encouraged to explore other opportunities for funding.

Want to contribute?

We welcome individuals and organisations who wish to contribute to funding these innovative programmes, thereby supporting the growth and knowledge of high calibre individuals around the world.

Contact us to find out more

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