If you're a young professional seeking more than just an academic Master's degree, our Full-time Master of Science in Management program may be just what you need. It offers a distinctive blend of academic business knowledge, practical relevance and personal development. You'll have the flexibility to customize your Nyenrode experience by selecting one of our two campuses - Amsterdam or Breukelen - and one of the three specialized tracks - Financial Management, Global Business, or Digital Business & Innovation. By joining Nyenrode's network, you'll have an edge in kick-starting your career!
What can you expect?
The full pre-master is compulsory for anyone with a Bachelor's degree from a University of Applied Sciences. For students with a Bachelor's degree from a Research University certain exemptions are available.
Most international students are required to follow the entire Pre-Master.
Only students with a Bachelor or Master in Business Administration from a Research University can be exempted from the Pre-Master.
In all cases, the full admission procedure applies.
For talented students with limited financial resources there are a number of possibilities for partial scholarships*:
Find here an overview of the scholarships and procedures.
Do you want to sign up for a scholarship and learn which scholarship is a good fit for you? Contact our program advisor via email@example.com to learn more about the possibilities and to start your application.
You can apply for the Full-time Master (MSc) in Management via the green application button.
If you follow the SPJIMR Global Management Program in Mumbai, India you can complete the Full-time Master in Management in twelve months. You follow the SPJIMR program for six months and then join Nyenrode's Full-time MSc in Management. Contact us if you have questions about this study route.
By signing up for this program, you agree with the terms and conditions of Nyenrode and the rules and regulations of the program.
The pre-Master lasts 4 months and consists of the following 7 courses:
The Master takes 12 months. You start with the following courses:
Then you start with one of the following tracks:
The Global Business track will be offered at the Amsterdam location. The Digital Business & Innovation and Financial Management tracks will be offered in Breukelen.
Should you decide to study in Amsterdam, but your track is offered in Breukelen, then you can travel to Breukelen on the days you have classes.
During the Global Immersion Module, you will visit companies abroad for one week. This modules is connected to your Master track.
Finally, you conclude your Master with an individual thesis.
Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Stewardship are the primary drivers of personal, interpersonal, organizational and societal success and well-being. They are embedded in all the courses that make up your MSc program. Your Personal Leadership and Career Development (PLCD) journey, that runs parallel to the academic program, has been designed along these themes and takes you through the whole MSc Master program.
The PLCD course provides you with frameworks and the time to focus on the growth of your personal leadership and to put your learning into practice. The project days form part of the whole course, coupled with diverse workshops and activities that provide
you the opportunity to develop further skills, explore your personal development in more depth, and truly focus on your further career growth and the skills that will set you apart as a professional.
You will focus on many of the practical aspects of career development, and exposure to the (international) corporate community.
Download here the PLCD flyer.
Curious about the program? Contact our Program Advisors via firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a personal information session.
The Full-time Master (MSc) in Management offers you the possibility to follow your studies in two unique locations: Amsterdam or Breukelen. Each location provides you with a different Nyenrode experience based on your preferences.
Studying in Amsterdam means enjoying flexibility to the fullest. You can decide whether you want to join the Nyenrode Amsterdam Study association (JCV) or any student activities outside of Nyenrode. The Amsterdam Campus is cosmopolitan, vivid, entrepreneurial, international and highly connected to business. Experience our Campus in Amsterdam in a virtual tour.
The Amsterdam building is located in the heart of the city alongside one of the main canals (Keizersgracht) We offer students access to the business network in Amsterdam. In addition, we offer a business incubator, a lounge with its own bar for food and drinks and numerous events, like breakfast sessions, to connect our student community (Bachelor, Master and MBA students) with the business world.
Nyenrode facilitates students with the possibility to live at Campus 'OurDomain' in Diemen Zuid, a students residence complex located 15 minutes from Amsterdam Central Station.
Studying in Breukelen allows you to fully focus on your student life while becoming an active member of the NCV (Student Association) You can participate in its numerous committees while practicing your business and social skills.
The campus is situated on a historical estate with a thirteenth century castle at its heart. You can enjoy everything this unique setting has to offer. It is the perfect environment to dedicate 16 months to your own development. Some of the facilities
included are: a library, private study rooms, sports (Rugby field / tennis court / hockey and soccer fields / gym), a student restaurant, housing and two bars.
The campus also welcomes professionals on a daily basis for executive education programs, enabling you as a student to connect. By living and studying on campus, you will create a network of friends for life.
Curious about our locations? Contact our Program Advisors (email@example.com) to visit Nyenrode Amsterdam or Breukelen
The Pre-Master and Master cover a total of three semesters. The costs per semester are €9.750. Total costs of €29.250 include:
Books and flight ticket (s) for international study trips are not included.
Various types of rooms are available on campus. The costs vary from € 320 to € 600. For all information about housing on campus in Breukelen, view this page.
Nyenrode offers students the opportunity of living on Campus Diemen-Zuid (just outside of Amsterdam). If you have questions about living in Amsterdam and possibilities, please contact one of the program advisors (firstname.lastname@example.org).
* Please note that it is possible to apply for both scholarships and to combine them. You may use the same motivation letter and financial plan.
Your career takes off as soon as you start your Master of Science in Management with us. A few facts and figures:
Welcome all internationals interested in our university and program!
Deciding to study abroad can be a big step for you. On this page, we have a compiled overview of studying in the Netherlands, studying at Nyenrode and scholarship opportunities that can help you.
Please click on the drop-down topics below to see some information. For more information, check-out the internationals page.
Or check our international brochure first.
A master's degree in management from Nyenrode enables you to start your career in the Netherlands, if you wish. The benefits of this course and studying at Nyenrode are: You get to know the culture and habits of Dutch corporate life through our extensive network of Dutch companies.
Our strong brand name will make you stand out with recruiters and HR managers. If you have little work experience, this university master will provide you with all you need. You do not necessarily need an MBA to boost your career! Accommodation is provided for you; you get a room at our campus in Breukelen or in Diemen near Amsterdam. You can also learn basic Dutch through us.
Curious about the program? Download the brochure to learn more about the curriculum.
The Netherlands has traditionally been an internationally oriented country, housing a large international community. This makes living here easy for international students. Studying in the Netherlands has many benefits, such as:
Register for a Personal Information Session with one of our Talent Recruiters to learn more about the career opportunities after the program.
This information is necessary for new students coming to the Netherlands.
When you come to the Netherlands for study, you might need a visa.
If you are a student who is currently enrolled at a university in the Netherlands:
In addition to the visa information, if you want to learn about the insurances in The Netherlands, please visit here.
If you do not have a SEPA-account in an EU country, we strongly advise you to open a Dutch Bank Account after your arrival to facilitate money withdrawals, buying everyday products, and/or (international) transactions.
To create an account with a Dutch bank, you'll usually need a BSN (social security number), which is granted once you register with your local municipality. However, each bank may have its own set of requirements. The most significant are:
Please look into your options to see which one is the greatest fit for you. The big three banks in The Netherlands are:
*SEPA stands for Single Euro Payments Area.
The campus has five buildings for student housing. They have been named after people who have contributed a lot to the university: Postma, Weijer, Kuneman, Klaasesz and Philips (subdivided into Roeterink I & II, Riemsdijk and Otten). There are 295 rooms and three-room types in these buildings (Furnished/Unfurnished/Kitchen).
Housing allowance can be granted based on the calculation and advice from the housing department and after deducting the allowance, the average monthly fee of this housing is around 300-500 €. For all information about housing on campus in Breukelen, view this page.
To ensure everyone feels at home on campus, we also offer a number of facilities to make sure you can live, work and relax in comfort. Among the facilities at our campus you’ll find a living room, a student restaurant(Mensa), cubicles for project and group work, a laundromat, an outdoor kitchen with barbecue, and various sports accommodations.
Please kindly check the F&Q regarding the facilities at the campus to learn more.
Living in Amsterdam
Nyenrode offers students the opportunity of living on Campus Diemen-Zuid, a student residence complex. The complex is located 15 minutes from Amsterdam Central Station.
OurDomain houses a lively student community and several facilities such as: a supermarket (open 7 days a week), restaurants, cafés, a fitness center, a print shop, a launderette, and study-rooms. A furnished apartment at OurDomain costs about € 900 - € 1200 per calendar month, depending on the type of apartment.
All apartments at OurDomain feature a living area, a modern bathroom and open kitchen. The monthly rent includes bicycle parking, TV and internet subscriptions, gym membership, and access to the tennis court and study halls. The monthly rent is excluding service costs and utility advances. No housing allowance granted.
If you have questions about living in Amsterdam and possibilities, please contact one of the program advisors.
According to room types, the images of the building or room can differ from the above example photos
For talented students with limited financial resources there are a number of possibilities to (partly) finance your studies:
Check out Daniela's experience as an international student at Nyenrode.
This information is necessary for students who are graduating or who graduated from Dutch universities.
More Information can be found here:
In addition to the visa information, if you want to learn about the insurances in The Netherlands, please visit here.
What does the application procedure look like and what are the entry requirements? Find out in the frequently asked questions below.
We offer our own admissions test (Nyenrode LTP) as an alternative for the GMAT and GREs. The test is scheduled after completing the online form in our admissions portal.
The English certificates can be submitted by 22 August 2022, before the start of the Pre-Master phase of the program.
The IND (Dutch Immigration Department) is in business for all applications. Students can apply for a student visa via the admissions office as they would normally do. The IND has informed the university that there might be some delay in their response time. In case students need an entry visa to get into the Netherlands, different rules apply for different countries (consulates and embassies) on how to get this organized.
For questions, please contact the admissions officer via email@example.com and check the IND website for the latest information.