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.
The first option to start the MBA in Big Data & Business Analytics is in September.
Classes and lectures are scheduled on 2 evenings a week (18:30 - 22:00).
The MBA in Big Data & Business Analytics takes 24 months.
Upon completing the programme, you will receive an official recognised Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, with specialisation in Big Data & Business Analytics.
The study load is approximately 20 hours per week, including lecture hours. Attendance at lectures is mandatory.
The MBA Big Data & Business Analytics 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.
In order to be admitted to the MBA in Big Data & Business Analytics, you need to have:
No. As the MBA Big Data & Business Analytics is a part-time programme, the university can’t provide a student visa.
The tuition fee is €40,000 and covers the complete two-year programme: from courses and exams to the international study trip.
In 2021 it is still possible to deduct tuition fees from your tax. This tax benefit will be cancelled in 2022.
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.