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Global Sustainable Business Management MSc - UK & EU/International Alumni Scholarship 22/23

Northumbria University and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Postgraduate Scholarship 22/23

We are delighted to offer the Postgraduate Scholarship for UK, EU and International Alumni, awarding a fee discount on the Full-Time Global Sustainable Business Management MSc programme in September 2022.

Full UK Tuition Fee

€12,855

NU and AUAS Postgraduate Scholarship

€5,142

Tuition Fee after Scholarship applied

€7,713

Full EU/International Tuition Fee

€15,000

NU and AUAS Postgraduate Scholarship

€7,287

Tuition Fee after Scholarship applied

€7,713

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

Apply now and #TakeOnTomorrow

Last Updated: 20/12/2021

To be eligible for the NU and AUAS Postgraduate Scholarship, you must:

  • Be a Northumbria University current student or Alumni, or an Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences current student or Alumni
  • Apply to study in Amsterdam on the Global Sustainable Business Management MSc beginning in September 2022 and be in receipt of an offer
  • Meet the conditions and accept your University offer

  • The NU and AUAS discount is automatically applied if you meet the terms and conditions; there is no separate application process 
  • Students selected for the NU and AUAS discount will not be eligible for any other Postgraduate discounts
  • The NU and AUAS discount is awarded as a fee waiver and is not a cash sum
  • The reduction to the PGT fees will be made following enrolment
  • If you defer your place, the discount offer will be withdrawn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


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