Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions section where you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions in relation to our pre-experience Bachelor and Master programmes.

TOP 5 Frequently Asked Questions for IBA:

  1. What are the admissions requirements for my specific diploma?
  2. How and when can I apply?
  3. Can I send my application first and the results of my English test later?
  4. My mathematics grade does not meet the minimum admissions requirements. What can I do?
  5. Can I send my application first and the results of the mathematics exam later?

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What are the living costs? What are the living costs?

You will need a budget each year to cover your rent, living expenses, your study materials and, if applicable, residence permit and health insurance. This is in addition to paying your tuition fee. How much money you will actually need also depends on your life style. The costs for housing, for example, may differ considerably. Also, if you plan to travel during your stay, you will obviously need more money. For a reasonable standard of living in the Netherlands, you should have an income of approximately €900 per month or €10,800 per year (excluding the tuition fee). Further information about the costs of living in the Netherlands and related subjects can be found on this website.

Last update:
Wednesday, 9 October 2019

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