Applications are invited for University of Amsterdam Scholarships to pursue Masters degree in Netherlands. Application is open for international students for this scholarship in 2018.
The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.
|Deadline||:||1 May 2018|
|Providers||:||Amsterdam Business School (ABS)|
|Field of Study||:||International Finance|
Benefits for University of Amsterdam Scholarships:
Scholarships can range between €1,000 and €11,000.
Eligibility for University of Amsterdam Scholarships :
These are based on high GMAT scores and can range between €1,000 and €11,000 for scores starting at 640. In case you have a GRE score, this will be converted into a GMAT score. This waiver cannot be combined with other discounts like the Early-Bird discount. You have to indicate on your application form that you wish to apply for it.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Applicants for the Executive Master in International Finance programme must meet the following requirements:
Academic credentials: A degree (Bachelor, Master, PhD) from a recognised research university in a related field (e.g. business administration, economics, engineering, natural sciences, mathematics, corporate law). Candidates with a degree issued by a University of Applied Sciences (HBO), will need to complete the Pre-Master MIF programme (20 weeks) first. Application deadline for candidates with an HBO degree, who are willing to start MIF in September 2018, is 1 December 2017.
- Relevant work experience: A minimum of one-two years of relevant post-graduate full-time work experience (internships in a financial field can be also included).
Test Requirement: A minimum GMAT score of 630 (applicants with a GRE score, please check the GMAT equivalent of your GRE score using the GRE Comparison Tool for Business Schools).
English Language Requirement: A minimum TOEFL of 100 or IELTS of 7.0 is required. You may be exempt from this requirement (1) if you are a native speaker of English; (2) if you have two years of international (and English-spoken) professional work experience; (3) if you have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree taught in English [Please note that your degree certificate or transcripts should mention that the language of instruction was English.