Our scholarships offer partial or full tuition fee support to our students. In order to facilitate social mobility, in addition to receiving merit-based scholarships, students in need can also apply for needs-based scholarships as well. These are available for any of the four Core Programme Years (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior) as well as for the Access Programme (for the latter, in the form of a Bridge Scholarship, offering full tuition fee support).
So far, the Institute has provided most scholarships in a self-financed way, by reallocating a dedicated part of its tuition fee income. In order to make the scholarship system sustainable and enable further growth, we are aiming to diversify our funding by involving more and more external donors. To help achieve this aim, the Institute has been providing its educational services via a nonprofit organisation, the Milestone Education Association since February 2021.
Through the years, in addition to parental donations, the scholarship programme of the Institute has received funding from external organisations as well, such as UniCredit Bank, the Hungarian Scout Association, the Ministry of Human Capacities (EMMI) and the West London Synagogue.
In the last three years, we have awarded a total of HUF 75.7 million of scholarships in the following way: