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Masters 

General info

You can broaden your horizon by studying abroad. A benefit when you are pursuing an international career. Not only your knowledge on research skills, networking and cultural differences improves, also your knowledge of languages increases.

Duration of master programmes

After earning your Tio BBA degree, a master programme takes one to two years to complete.

Admission requirements

The admission requirements differ for each university. In general, an English exam is mandatory when you sign up for a master programme. The (partner) universities may also set additional requirements besides your Tio BBA degree, e.g. an assessment or an interview. In the Netherlands, a university-level master generally requires you to complete a premaster first.

Enrolment dates

Many master courses offer two enrolment options per academic year. On page partner universities is indicated how often and when you can start with the master programme.

Course language

Master programmes are generally offered in English.

After graduation

Where can you work?

  • Multinationals
  • Banks
  • Insurance companies
  • Governmental institutions
  • Educational institutions
  • Advertising and communication agencies
  • Retail companies
  • Research and consultancy agencies
  • SME 
  • Healthcare

Whats can you become?

  • Marketing manager
  • Consultant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Market researcher
  • Account manager
  • Financial manager
  • Policy officer
  • Academic researcher

Student finance

You can apply for a student grant even if you are doing your full time study course abroad. A student grant for a study abroad is referred to as ‘meeneembare studiefinanciering’ by DUO. In order to apply for a student grant for a study course abroad you must comply with the rules and regulations as set out below:

  • You must comply with all the rules and regulations as set forth to be eligible for a student grant in the Netherlands.
  • The quality of the study course abroad must be up to a sufficient standard; you can assess your chances for eligibility for a student grant by checking the general assessment criteria and the description of the educational programme in the country of your choice.
  • You are not allowed to receive a student grant from a foreign government. If you receive any kind of student grant (or a government funded university or college) in respect to either attending an educational programme or for living expenses, you will not (no longer) be eligible for a Dutch student grant.
  • Be sure and apply for a student grant at least three months ahead of time. DUO will forward your application to Nuffic for evaluation. You will receive confirmation of receipt of your application. Within eight weeks you will receive written confirmation whether the study course abroad you wish to attend makes you eligible for a student grant.

More info

For more information and the most up-to-date information, please visit DUO's website.