Please find the answers to the most common questions on this page. If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to contact our Recruitment Office.
Both the Master's and pre-Master's programme start in February and September.
Classes and lectures are scheduled on Fridays between 9:00 and 17:00 at Amsterdam Business School, centrally located in Amsterdam on the Roeterseiland Campus.
The Master's programme takes 18 months. If you are required to take a pre-Master's, it will take a maximum of one semester (6 months).
Upon completing the programme, you will receive a Master of Science (MSc) degree from the University of Amsterdam. You may then use the title MSc.
The Executive Programme in Management Studies is accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).
Amsterdam Business School is part of a select group with a 'Triple Crown', accredited by AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS. Worldwide, only 1% of all business schools/faculties with business programmes (approximately 14,000) have managed to achieve this prestigious status.
The study load is approximately 20 - 22 hours per week, including lectures. Attendance at Friday lectures is mandatory.
In order to be admitted to the pre-Master’s or Master’s programme, you should have:
The tuition fee is €17,950 for the Master’s programme (18 months).
A pre-Master's programme takes maximum a half a year and may cost €5,400 or less, depending on your prior education.
The Executive Programme in Management Studies is a non-funded progamme. Regular tuition fees for Dutch and EU students or Non EU students do not apply.
You can pay the fees in monthly instalments.
Yes. The tuition fee and the course literature are tax-deductible in 2020 when you pay taxes in the Netherlands. The fiscal deductibility will not be continued in 2021.
Yes. The Dutch government provides loans for students combining work and study: the lifelong learning credit (Levenlanglerenkrediet). This loan is only applicable to the Master’s programme.