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Exchange Programme
Economics and Business

Economics and Business

International students who are interested in temporarily studying at our Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) can do so through an exchange programme or they can come to Amsterdam as an independent fee-paying student.

Exchange students are students from one of our partner universities. For an overview of our partner universities please refer to the list below.

EB study programmes

Economics and Business offers high-quality Bachelor's and Master's programmes taught in English:

  • BSc Economics and Business Economics
  • MSc Accountancy and Control
  • MSc Actuarial Science and Mathematical Finance
  • MSc Business Economics
  • MSc Business Administration
  • MSc Econometrics
  • MSc Economics

For more information on those programmes, please refer to the links below.

Top 5 reasons to study here

The Faculty of Economics and Business:

  • has an excellent reputation
  • has a diverse international student body
  • is surrounded by many multinational firms and organisations
  • has low tuition fees for EU students
  • has a central location in the multicultural city of Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands and the world's most multi-cultural city. Its population of 750,000 inhabitants contains 177 nationalities, more than New York City. It is a centre of culture, commerce and entertainment and the faculty's central location means students have every opportunity to enjoy student life.

Rankings and reputation

The University of Amsterdam offers a world class education:

  • 50 th in the world and 1st in the Netherlands (QS World University Rankings 2014-15)
  • in top 40 of Social Science Universities (Times Higher Education rankings 2014-15)
  • member of LERU (League of European Research Universities), exclusive network of renowned research universities
  • member of Universitas 21 , network of 21 leading research-intensive universities in 17 countries.
  • the Amsterdam Business School has the prestigious EQUIS accreditation (European Foundation for Management Development)