Business Administration (MSc)
Application deadlines: 1 April
International tuition: €16,850
Domestic tuition: €2,083
To solve complex business issues like these you need both some specialist knowledge and the ability to understand and collaborate with other disciplines. This master offers you the possibility to: Specialize within one of these disciplines by choosing one out of seven tracks; Customise your programme by choosing two out of 25 electives in the Business Lab (such as Online Marketing, Branding for Start-ups, Business Negotiations, Globalisation and Offshoring, or Strategy and Sustainability); Prepare for your career with real-world case studies from our corporate partners such as Philips, Unilever, VodafoneZiggo, guest lectures from prominent professionals and academics, and professional skills.
This program can be done
1. Academic Bachelor's degree An academic Bachelor's degree (BSc or BA) in, (International) Business Administration or related. Quantitative research oriented courses (intermediate/advanced) must be included in the Bachelor's curriculum up to an equivalent of minimally 10 EC. Applicants must also have completed intermediate/advanced Business courses in at least two of the following fields: Strategy, International Management, Organization, Marketing, Leadership, Entrepreneurship or Organisational Psychology up to an equivalent of minimally 15 EC. 2. English language proficiency We require evidence of English language proficiency: TOEFL IBT: 92 points overall and 22 points for each sub-score (TOEFL institution code: 9011) IELTS (Academic test): 6,5 Overall and 6,0 for each sub-score Cambridge Assessment English Certificate in Advanced English: 170 Points Overall and in each skill Certificate of Proficiency in English: 170 Points Overall and in each skill 3. GMAT All applicants need to take a GMAT test before the application deadline in order to be considered for the Master’s programme. So please start planning your test date on time. While taking the test is mandatory, there is no required minimum score, only a recommended minimum score. Even if you do not achieve the recommended score, the remainder of your application will still be assessed. GMAT: Minimum total: 600 (recommended score). Please note that completion of all sections of the exam is required. 4. Academic referees Applicants are expected to invite one academic referee to submit their reference online. Please make sure that your referee has agreed to write a recommendation before you register the referee's details. Your references should refer to your academic experience (e.g. coming from a former teacher). 5. Motivation and initiative Applicants are expected to have the intrinsic motivation to test and build upon this knowledge. Coursework is designed in keeping with this expectation and demands significant personal initiative and an active contribution on the part of the student. Applicants are asked to upload a motivation letter in their online application.
Graduates can be found in a wide variety of business and public organisations, including: management consultancies; multinational companies; marketing agencies; banks and Insurance companies; entrepreneurial firms; non-governmental organisations; governmental and regulatory agencies; retail companies.