Today, businesses around the world face unprecedented challenges: climate change, urbanisation, migration and shifting economic powers are but a few. Often enough though, these problems result in unexpected business opportunities. At the Master of Business Administration (MBA) of The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS) you’ll learn to grasp those opportunities. Our strong focus on businesses’ social and environmental responsibility and our international perspective are a few of the reasons our graduates actually make a difference and trump shortsighted business executives.
To study an MBA you need a Bachelor’s degree, at least three years of relevant work experience, and a good command of English (see the specific requirements for English proficiency in the practical information tab). Applicants who meet these criterions will then be asked to expound on their application form and motivation to study MBA during a short interview.
The costs of following the MBA programme are € 19,900. This tuition fee allows you to follow MBA classes and exams, receive thesis supervision, and get unlimited access to our library and Internet facilities. However, you will have to buy books yourself. The estimated costs are € 800.
You can also pay the tuition fee in instalments. In that case, the price of the programme is € 20,400.
The Master of Business Administration is exempt from VAT for Dutch students. Your employer can fully offset training costs against gross results and label them as operating expenses. For (Dutch) private individuals, parts of the training costs are deductible. For more information, call the Dutch Tax Information Line on 0800 – 0543 or visit their website: http://www.belastingdienst.nl.
If you have any further questions about admission requirements, enrolment or content of the program, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (+31) (0)70 445 8900 (Monday - Thursday from 8:30 am - 10:00 pm, Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm).Download our brochure for more information on this programme’s content and structure.