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Funding your Studies

We understand how important it is for master's programmes to be financially accessible, so we're thrilled to announce our exclusive Northumbria University, Amsterdam tuition fee discounts.

The tuition fee discount you may be entitled to depends on the programme you choose to study with us and where in the world you are from. Available discounts are split into three main areas:

  • Global Sustainable Business Management MSc - Alumni Discount
    Available to UK, EU and International current students and alumni of both Northumbria University and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
    Please note this is the only Amsterdam-based programme available to non-EU/EEA nationals (UK and International)

Please ensure you pay close attention to the terms and conditions and important information associated with the above disocunts. You can find all qualifying information by clicking the links above or the images below.


Tuition Fee Discounts

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Information Regarding Student Finance Support:

Northumbria University, Amsterdam is currently classified as a 'foreign University' by the Dienst Uitoering Onderwijs (DUO) for student funding purposes, regardless of the campus' geographical location in the Netherlands. Our programmes are considered post-initial Masters. Only if you have already obtained a Bachelors or Masters degree and you have had at least one month of Dutch Student Finance previously for college or university, then you can use any remaining months of Student Finance for Northumbria's programmes.

Our post-initial Masters are not yet recognised by the Dutch-Flemish accreditation organisation (NVAO) (submission in progress). However, we qualify as a university abroad and you need to indicate this on your application. Eligibility for funding is in accordance with the Wet Studiefinanciering 2000. Further eligibility criteria can be found online here. Students must make their own enquirers. All decisions on funding will be made by DUO and not by Northumbria University.

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