Scholarships

GMAT scholarship for the Amsterdam MBA

The MBA Admissions Board encourages high GMAT scores. A strong GMAT score is not only reflecting good on your MBA potential, but also on the school. We therefore incentivize scores above 630 up to €10,000 for the highest scores. Ask the MBA Admissions Office for the exact breakdown. The GMAT scholarship is available for all Amsterdam MBA candidates.

Country-specific scholarships

Orange Tulip Scholarship (OTS) 

Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Thailand & Vietnam

The deadline for application is 1 April 2019.

The Amsterdam Business School provides an Orange Tulip Scholarship through the NESO offices in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, (South) Korea, Mexico, Russia, Thailand and Vietnam. The scholarship consists of a €12,000 tuition waiver. Please note you must be a passport holder of any of the abovementioned countries.

Please note candidates applying for this scholarship need to deliver GMAT results before the application deadline. The Orange Tulip Scholarship cannot be combined with other discounts or scholarships by the Amsterdam Business School (e.g. the GMAT scholarship). For more information, check the local NESO websites in the mentioned countries or the Nuffic website in the Netherlands. For any specific questions about your eligibility, please contact the Amsterdam MBA admissions team via admissions-MBA@uva.nl

Mexico

Fundación Mexicana para la Educación la Tecnología y la Ciencia, AC (Funed)

As a non-profit organisation, FUNED offers complementary financing to obtain a master's degree for Mexican nationals. 

 

Scholarship programmes from the Dutch government

The Dutch Ministry of Education and Sciences offer scholarships covering costs of living expenses within the framework of cultural agreements between the Netherlands and other countries. Information is available from the Dutch embassy or consulate in your country or via www.nuffic.nl and www.grantfinder.nl.

Scholarship programmes from your own government

We would like to recommend you to contact and inquire with grant-giving institutions and foundations in your home country. In many countries there are substantial funds available for students planning to study abroad.

Published by  Economics and Business

26 June 2018