Programme specific requirements

Programme specific requirements

MSc Global Business and Sustainability

Admissions criteria valid for entry September 2018

Entry Requirements & Deadlines 
Required Bachelor  (BSc)/undergraduate research university degree   Additional information
Bachelor course related requirements A research university bachelor’s degree containing a minimum total of approximately 20 ECTS in qualitative and quantitative research methods, research projects, statistics as well as a minimum of 40 ECTS in advanced courses in organization studies, management and business administration (applicants require at least a foundation level of knowledge in this domain). Additional relevant courses may consist of social sustainability (such as social justice, ethics, and human rights) and ecological sustainability (such as environmental science, energy, ecology). Additional information
Grade Point Average (GPA)  GPA equivalent to a 7 out of 10 in the Dutch education system  Additional information
English Proficiency

IELTS: minimum overall score of 7.0 & sub scores of 6.5 OR TOEFL: minimum overall score 94 with minimum sub scores 22 for reading, listening and speaking and 24 for writing OR Cambridge CAE or BEC minimum grade C, CPE C1 level. Scores must be submitted by the application deadline.

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GMAT Minimum score of 600. Scores must be submitted by the application deadline. This criteria has changed. Please see additional information. Additional information
CV Include all relevant experiences   
Motivation Letter Explain your reasons for applying to the programme of your choice Additional information
Deadlines 15 May for all applicants Additional information 
Numerus clausus not applicable  
Diverse Student Population In order to guarantee a diverse student population in our programmes, there can be a limited capacity per diploma. Additional information
Duration programme 12 months  
Degree earned MSc in Global Business & Sustainability (MScGBS).   
Tuition

The 2018-2019 tuition fee for the MSc programmes is approximately €17,500 per year. The Dutch government contributes towards this cost for students who hold nationality from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA). These students therefore pay only the statutory fee of €2,060 per year. Please note that tuition fees are subject to change.

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Programme CROHO code 60456 Additional information