MBA students based in the Netherlands who are self financing their studies can take advantage of the tax deductible status of education in the Netherlands. Students are able to deduct tuition fees from their taxable income within the Netherlands. This is also available for non-Dutch citizens who pay income tax in the Netherlands under the 30% rule.
On 1 September 2017, the Dutch government introduces a new loan of up to €10.030,20 per year for higher education. If you are between 30 and 55 years old, and have Dutch citizenship, please click here for more information.
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University is a recognised institution for the Post-Graduate Loan Scheme offered to Austrian students by Creditanstalt. More financial assistance information available at the Bundesministerium fur Wissenschaft und Forschung.
The PRAXIS XXI Programme offers scholarship possibilities for Portugees students.
The Erasmus University does not a participate in the US Department of Education Direct Loan Program. As this is a centralized University process the RSM MBA Programmes are regrettably not in a position to support students with a Direct Loan application. However, please contact us for details of alternatives that we may be able to offer.