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|Applications can only be considered upon receipt of the non-refundable application fee, which can be paid by creditcard or iDEAL (for Dutch only) in the online application, in cash, or by bank transfer to a TiasNimbas Business School bank account.
||Candidates accepted to a programme need to pay the enrolment fee to secure their place at TiasNimbas Business School. This fee covers registration and related administration costs, and is non-refundable.
||The tuition fee covers books, lectures, tutorials and examination fees and the international studytrips. TiasNimbas Business School offers the possibility to pay the tuition fee in (monthly) installments. Please contact us for more information.
Other expensesAll students are responsible for their own personal and medical insurance costs. Personal liability insurance is also highly recommended.
You can either arrange specific cover for The Netherlands with your home insurance company, or set up a private policy on arrival in The Netherlands.
TiasNimbas Business School can assist you with insurance arrangements.
We estimate that living costs, including accommodation, insurance and general expenses, for overseas students, amount to around € 1000 per person per month.
Programme fees and study-related expenses may be tax-deductible, so do check with the appropriate tax authorities in your country.
P.O. Box 705
5000 AS Tilburg, The Netherlands
Account nr.1462.84.836 favour Tiasnimbas Business school Utrecht B.V., The Netherlands
Swift Address: RABONL2U
IBAN: NL78 RABO 0146284836
Please state your name and programme of interest.
Marten Huizing, Lead Qualifier at Facebook
(International Full-Time MBA 2009-2010)
My economics & business background supplied me with the fundamental building blocks of marketing, sales and finance.
The MBA curriculum of TiasNimbas has extended this with additional expertise in operations, human resources and valuable insights on corporate strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship.
This allows me to see the linkages between these integral business functions and become more effective in planning and decision-making.
This comfortableness makes it easier to adapt to a new role in a new industry.
Personally, it smoothed the transition from a career in the financial services industry to my current job at Facebook, a fast-growing company in a very fast-moving industry.
Finally, the international and diverse character of the programme has acquainted me with people from different cultures and professional backgrounds.
I have learned a great deal from this and find it helpful in dealing with different stakeholders.