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Amsterdam Campus - AUAS and NU Discount

Northumbria offers a generous tuition fee discount for current students and Alumni of Northumbria and AUAS, who wish to study a Masters programme at Northumbria University, Amsterdam.

The NU in Amsterdam Discount for 23/24

Northumbria is thrilled to offer the NU in Amsterdam Discount, for Northumbria and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences students, embarking on a new adventure in Amsterdam.

If you are a current Northumbria University student or Alumni, or a current student or Alumni at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, and you join us on a Full-Time Masters course in Amsterdam, we are delighted to offer you a substantial tuition fee discount. You can study for your Masters qualification in Amsterdam for just €5,480.

Full Tuition Fee

€10,206

NU in Amsterdam Discount

€4,726

Tuition Fee after Discount applied

€5,480

If you’re ready to make a remarkable impact on the world, you’re interested in studying for a Northumbria University qualification in Amsterdam, and you meet all of the eligibility criteria detailed below, then what are you waiting for?

Apply now and #TakeOnTomorrow

NU and AUAS Scholarship for September 23/24

Terms and Conditions

To be eligible for the NU in Amsterdam Discount scheme, you must:

  • Be an EU National or a UK Alumni with the right to reside in an EU member state i.e dual citizenship
  • Apply for an eligible Masters course (see which courses apply below) beginning in September 2023 at the Amsterdam campus, and be in receipt of an offer from Northumbria University
  • Meet the conditions of your offer, and accept your offer at Northumbria University
  • Eligible Courses

  • Project Management MSc (Amsterdam)
  • International Business Management MSc (Amsterdam)
  • Important Information

    • The NU in Amsterdam Discount is automatically applied if you meet the terms and conditions; there is no separate application process
    • Students selected for the NU in Amsterdam Discount will no longer be eligible for any other Postgraduate discounts
    • The NU in Amsterdam Discount is awarded as a fee waiver and is not a cash sum
    • Students will receive the tuition fee discount on Full-Time eligible courses studied in Amsterdam only
    • The reduction to the PGT fees will be made following enrolment
    • Funding is provided in the first year of study, if your course is longer than one year
    • If you defer your place, the discount offer will be withdrawn
    • Northumbria reserves the right to withdraw this scheme at any point
    • The University's decision is final and cannot be challenged; there is no right of appeal

    Last updated:11/07/23

    The NU in Amsterdam Discount for 22/23

    Northumbria is thrilled to offer the NU in Amsterdam Discount, for Northumbria and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences students, embarking on a new adventure in Amsterdam.

    If you are a current Northumbria University student or Alumni, or a current student or Alumni at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, and you  join us on a Full-Time Masters course in Amsterdam, we are delighted to offer you a substantial tuition fee discount. You can study for your Masters qualification in Amsterdam for just €5,480.

    If you’re ready to make a remarkable impact on the world, you’re interested in studying for a Northumbria University qualification in Amsterdam, and you meet all of the eligibility criteria detailed below, then what are you waiting for?

    Apply now and #TakeOnTomorrow

    NU and AUAS Scholarship for September 22/23

    Terms and Conditions

    To be eligible for the NU in Amsterdam Discount scheme, you must:

  • Be an EU National or a UK Alumni with the right to reside in an EU member state i.e dual citizenship
  • Apply for an eligible Masters course (see which courses apply below) beginning in September 2022 at the Amsterdam campus, and be in receipt of an offer from Northumbria University
  • Meet the conditions of your offer, and accept your offer at Northumbria University
  • Eligible Courses

  • Project Management MSc (Amsterdam)
  • Business with International Management MSc (Amsterdam)
  • Business with Business Analytics (Amsterdam)
  • Luxury Brand Management MA (Amsterdam)
  • Important Information

    • The NU in Amsterdam Discount is automatically applied if you meet the terms and conditions; there is no separate application process
    • Students selected for the NU in Amsterdam Discount will no longer be eligible for any other Postgraduate discounts
    • The NU in Amsterdam Discount is awarded as a fee waiver and is not a cash sum
    • Students will receive the tuition fee discount on Full-Time eligible courses studied in Amsterdam only
    • The reduction to the PGT fees will be made following enrolment
    • Funding is provided in the first year of study, if your course is longer than one year
    • If you defer your place, the discount offer will be withdrawn
    • Northumbria reserves the right to withdraw this scheme at any point
    • The University's decision is final and cannot be challenged; there is no right of appeal

    Last updated: 25/05/2022

     

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