At Franklin, we see financing your education as an investment and partnership among you, your family, and the University. About 70 percent of Franklin students receive financial aid in a variety of forms, such as need- and merit-based scholarships, government and private aid and engagement incentives.  Franklin offers scholarships, financial aid and other initiatives, and various external programs are available based on citizenship and need assessment. Together we will create your financial aid package and carefully guide you through your financing options.

Need-based Aid

Students of all nationalities are encouraged to apply for financial aid.  Information about how and when to apply, various aid programs available and eligibility is available in our dedicated section on Financial Aid.

Scholarships and Merit Awards

Scholarships and tuition credits are available at various levels for qualifying students.  See Scholarships and Merit Awards for details.

Swiss Matura Initiative

Specific financial incentives are available for students holding a Swiss national high school diploma (Matura).  See Swiss Matura Initiative for more information.