TUITION & FINANCIAL AID

You can see The Global College tuition rates and fees here.
We are committed to building a diverse student body in terms of nationalities, cultures and backgrounds. To this end, we offer two financial aid programs: Merit-based scholarships and Means-tested grants.
We encourage families who cannot afford full tuition to contact our Admissions Team even if they think they will not qualify for financial aid. Our mission is to make The Global College accessible to students with true potential and we will assess you while considering your specific situation.

Merit-based scholarships

Scholarships are awards available to both day and boarding students who excel in their academic studies as well as in technology, entrepreneurship or CAS related activities.

Besides the specific criteria required in each scholarship definition, all candidates must show potential to excel in the IB Diploma Programme and a commitment to qualities and behaviors consistent with The Global College values.

Candidates who receive a merit-based scholarship will become TGC Ambassadors and will be expected to contribute by participating in campus events as well as supporting different initiatives around the College.

Application Process: Candidates may apply for a scholarship once they have submitted their admissions application. To formally apply for a Merit Scholarship, in addition to the application documentation, candidates must submit:

  • Application that will include a personal statement.
  • Any relevant supporting documents that accredit the merit

The application details and form will be sent to parents upon request. Please contact our Admissions Team.

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OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships aim to reward students with outstanding academic achievements and will cover up to 100% of the basic fees.

Students must have a high academic average (to be considered candidates must have a minimum of UK equivalent 8+ at GCSE, 8.5/10+ in the Spanish system, a GPA of 3.5 in the American System, 17/20 in the French BACH or being in the honor roll of your school).

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships are directed toward candidates who prove initiative and leadership in an entrepreneurial activity of their own accord. These scholarships cover up to 60% of the basic fees.
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TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIPS

In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates must have an accredited interest in technology and must show demonstrable and relevant work or projects (i.e., coding, robotics, data science, computer science or mobile/web development). A plan to pursue a career related to technology will be valued. These scholarships can cover up to 60% of the basic fees.
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CAS SCHOLARSHIPS

To qualify for this scholarship, students must have been substantially involved in Creativity, Activity or Service related projects in the past.

- Creativity could include a career in music or the arts project with demonstrated thought, preparation, work and development of the project over a sustained period.
- Activity refers to high achievements in individual or team sports or activities at a highly competitive level.
- Service encompasses a host of community and social service activities on a regular basis.

These scholarships can cover up to 60% of the basic fees.

Categories

1

OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships aim to reward students with outstanding academic achievements and will cover up to 100% of the basic fees.

Students must have a high academic average (to be considered candidates must have a minimum of UK equivalent 8+ at GCSE, 8.5/10+ in the Spanish system, a GPA of 3.5 in the American System, 17/20 in the French BACH or being in the honor roll of your school).

2

ENTREPRENEURSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships are directed toward candidates who prove initiative and leadership in an entrepreneurial activity of their own accord. These scholarships cover up to 60% of the basic fees.
3

TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIPS

In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates must have an accredited interest in technology and must show demonstrable and relevant work or projects (i.e., coding, robotics, data science, computer science or mobile/web development). A plan to pursue a career related to technology will be valued. These scholarships can cover up to 60% of the basic fees.
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CAS SCHOLARSHIPS

To qualify for this scholarship, students must have been substantially involved in Creativity, Activity or Service related projects in the past.

- Creativity could include a career in music or the arts project with demonstrated thought, preparation, work and development of the project over a sustained period.
- Activity refers to high achievements in individual or team sports or activities at a highly competitive level.
- Service encompasses a host of community and social service activities on a regular basis.

These scholarships can cover up to 60% of the basic fees.

Means-tested Grants

In order to maintain an internationally and socio-economically diverse student body, The Global College has a Financial Aid Assistance Program available to students who demonstrate financial need. Financial Assistance will be awarded to candidates as determined by the Scholarship Selection Committee and based on documented financial need. The scholarship amount will be determined based on the accredited need and can cover up to 50% of basic fees.

Financial Aid assistance may be awarded to any qualifying student who satisfies our admissions requirements. The award amount is based on several factors, including the demonstrated financial need of the family (taking into account not only income but also number of dependent children), the available funds in the financial aid budget, the total number of students needing financial assistance, etc.

Application Process: Candidates must submit:

  • Financial Aid Application Form
  • Financial Documents
  • Any relevant supporting documents

The application details and form will be sent to parents upon request. Please contact our Admissions Team.