The secretariat of Amserdam Business School answers general questions concerning our school. We support the management and research sections. Please do not hesitate to contact our secretarial office.
T: +31 (0)20 525 5311
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 - 17:30
Amsterdam Business School
P.O. Box 15953
1001 NL Amsterdam
Do you have a question concerning your education?
For contact with our Executive Education department, please find more information below. If you have specific individual questions as a (future) student in our regular educational programmes, please find more information about the helpdesks that are available.
Questions concerning Executive Education at Amsterdam Business School
Executive Education offers Executive Masters or short Open Programmes in several business-related fields. Contact details from their secretariats and programme managers can be found on the related programme and course pages.
Questions concerning regular education at Amsterdam Business School
Contact the UvA
Do you have a question or problem to solve? Here you can find contact details for education desks, offices and support staff at the UvA.
For questions about regular educational programmes or individual questions about applications and applications decisions we refer to our Admissions Office. For questions about studying at our university, please contact our Central Students Service Desk or the Education desk.
The Admission Office is responsible for processing the applications of new students at the UvA and the admission decision.
Central Students Service Desk
The Central Student Service Desk (CSSD) is your point of contact for general questions about studying at the UvA for students enrolled in our programmes. For instance, about study choice, enrolment, tuition and studying abroad.
The Education Desk of your study programme can help with questions about your courses, timetables and grades. They can help you find the correct contact person within your study programme.
The study adviser can help you with questions about your curriculum, your planning or personal circumstances that are affecting your studies.