Fees and Financing
Fees and Financing
The Executive Master of Corporate Communication is a modular programme. Participants can pay per module or for the entire cycle. The total programme fee is €27,600.- in 2018.
If you register now for the complete MSc programme you will receive a 15% discount on the tuition fee, which can be paid at once or in a maximum of three instalments.*
The detailed price structure 2018.
Foundations of Corporate Communication (Winter)
Foundations of Corporate Communication (Summer)*
Advanced Elective Courses
One 3-day Advanced Elective Course
(in order to receive the master degree a minimum of six AECs is required)
|Part III||Study Trip New York (inclusive of travel and hotel costs)||5,250.-|
|Part IV||Thesis Supervision||2,000.-|
*Your registration for the complete MSc is done as of the 1st of February 2018.
*In combination with the Summer course instead of Winter course the extra costs are 750 euro. This will lead to a total of €28,350 in 2018.
What do fees cover?
Fees for the Master in Corporate Communication programme cover tuition, preparatory courses, all course materials including: textbooks and readers, and lunches during the courses. Fees do not cover your possibly travelling and living expenses.
The MCC programme does not participate in any scholarship programmes, nor do we offer any scholarship programmes our selves.
Please note; there is only one exception; if you are awarded a scholarship by your country of residence that can be applied for any type of Master programme and covers the complete fee, you can use this to finance our programme.
To receive full refund, the notice of cancellation must be received more than 45 days prior to the start of the programme (10% administration costs apply)in written.
Otherwise the following percentage applies:
- 45-30 days prior to the start date of the programme: due 25% of programme fee
- 29 – 8 days prior to the start date of the programme: due 60% of programme fee
- 7 days or less prior to the start of the programme: due 100% of programme fee
If the programme is cancelled, liability is limited to the programme fee.
Tax Return on Study Expenses
The Dutch government encourages studying by making the costs deductible in the income tax return. This means that the expenses incurred for study geared towards a future profession are deductible up to a maximum of 15.000 euros. The deductive costs for tax refund are conditionally. For more information about tax refund please contact our programme manager or your tax advisor. More information is also available on www.belastingdienst.nl