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How much is the tuition fee?

The tuition fee for the Executive MSc in International Finance programme starting in September 2019 is €26,900. This fee covers the complete full-time or part-time programme, including courses, exams, registrations, the international study trip to Cape Town, South Africa and use of university facilities. The fee does not cover textbooks, living expenses or accommodation.

Enrolment fee (included in the tuition fee)

Once you are admitted to the MIF programme, you are required to pay the enrolment fee of €3,900 to secure your place in the programme. This amount will be deducted from your total tuition fee. You can pay your tuition fee in equal instalments over the duration of the programme; 3 instalments for full-time students and 6 instalments for part-time students.

Discounts and funding

If you pay your tuition fee at once and before the deadline of 30 April, you'll receive a 5% discount on your tuition fee. Additionally, all UvA alumni applying for the MIF programme are eligible for a 10% discount.

Other things to note:

  • Deduct tuition fees from taxes: If you live and work in the Netherlands, you can deduct tuition fees from your taxes. In 2019, you can deduct a maximum of € 15,000. For more information on income tax deductions, please check the Dutch Taxation Office's website.
  • Lifelong learning credit ('Levenlanglerenkrediet'): DUO offers a loan for tuition fees from the Dutch government for local and foreign professionals living and working in The Netherlands. For more information about this loan, please check the DUO website. Only applicable to Master programmes.
  • Scholarships and waivers: Check if you’re eligible for a scholarship or waiver.
  • Living costs, visa and housing: Moving to a new city and starting a new study is an exciting experience. To help you with the transition, we have various services and support facilities concerning living costs, visas and housing.

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