Admission

We have specific admission criteria for the MBA-FSI. As its international character and focus on the integration of banking, insurance, and investment are the unique features of this programme, the MBA-FSI programme management strives to maximise the geographical and professional spread of participants. This adds to the learning experience of the participants and it is something we regard as a critical element in selection procedures.

Our highly selective admissions process is designed to build a diverse and ambitious group. Applications are processed on a rolling basis. As the number of places in the MBA-FSI group is limited, we strongly recommend applying as early as possible!

 

3 Steps to admission:

1. Check your eligibility: 

To be accepted as a participant in the MBA-FSI programme, you must:

  • hold an academic degree (at least 3 years normal study duration, minimum 180 ECTS credits) from an academic institution recognnised by the relevant authorities of the institution's home country.
  • have an outstanding professional history with at least 8 years of full-time, business-related working experience since graduation.
  • have relevant management experience in the area of financial services.
  • have a mature personality.
  • be identified as a ‘high potential’ within your organisation.

Not sure about your eligibility? Contact us!

 

2. Send in your MBA-FSI application package

The application package includes:

  • application from
  • current CV
  • recommendation letter in which your company explicitly supports your candidature and identifies you as a 'high potential'
  • a solid academic record at university level, proven by a copy of the university diploma and transcripts.

 

3. Take the MBA-FSI admissions interview

During this face-to face, or remote (via Skype, phone,...) interview, we assess your personality, professional and managerial experience, English language skills and motivation.

Upon successful completion of the admissions process, the final decisions regarding acceptance are made jointly by the MBA-FSI admissions board with representatives from the organising partners.