Total program price € 37,500.
The price includes:
- Application fee of € 100. Applications can only be considered upon receipt of the non-refundable application fee.
- Enrollment fee of € 4,000. Candidates accepted need to pay the enrolment fee to secure their place at TIAS. This fee covers registration and related administration costs, and is non-refundable.
- All study books
- All reading materials
- All study trips
- Access to the Virtual Campus
- Alumni site access where you can browse specialist webinars and must-read articles
- Personal and medical insurance costs, amount to around € 50 per person per month
- Living costs, including accommodation, insurance and general expenses, for overseas students, amount to around € 1000 per person per month.
This course is exempt from VAT.
TIAS School for Business and Society understands the financial commitment of funding an MBA. Like you, we also know knowledge is power and great education is priceless. This is why we offer substantial merit scholarships to qualified candidates. TIAS also aims to allocate its scholarships funds across the class.
- TIAS Scholarships for Academic Excellence (3-6 awards)
Please explain in 500 words why you should be named the TIAS Scholarships for Academic Excellence, while identifying your post-MBA goals.
- TIAS Scholarships for High Achievers in Industry / Future Leaders (3-6 awards)
Please submit an essay (max 750 words) on 'Leadership in an era of Globalization’. Please draw on your own experiences in your answer and not on general, broad statements. We are looking for essays that are personal, creative and demonstrate leadership. In addition we are looking for relevancy and how your suggestions could be implemented.
- TIAS Scholarships for Women in Business; with preference given to developing countries. (minimum of 8 awards)
Please submit an essay (max 1000 words) on your perception of the influence of gender in management. Does is have impact on the bottom-line? If so, how?
- TIAS Scholarships for Sustainability and Responsibility; with preference given to developing countries. (3-6 awards)
Please submit an essay (max 1000 words) on what drives your passion for social responsibility and leadership. Emphasize on what your ambitions are in this area and why you believe the TiasNimbas International Full-Time MBA programme will help you achieve these ambitions.
- TIAS Corporate Scholarship (2-4 awards)
Please submit an essay (max 1000 words) on:
- What motivates you to work in the industry represented by this company?
- What would you be able to contribute to this particular organisation after graduation?
- What will be the added value to your MBA and future career if you are awarded the scholarship?
- TIAS - NESO Regional Scholarships (varies per region)
- TIAS Scholarships for Graduates of Tilburg University and Eindhoven University of Technology (5-7 awards)
Briefly describe (in no more than 700 words) an instance or aspect in your life to date that has made you stand out amongst your peers or that you consider exceptional in one way or another. In addition, also please (a) state why you feel an MBA at TIAS is relevant to your particular career needs, and (b) particularly at this stage of your career.
Please contact our Program Adviser if you have any questions about applying for a scholarship.
How scholarship decisions are made?
When making scholarship decisions, the TIAS admissions board reviews all application materials submitted by candidates and assesses each candidate's overall qualities: academic profile, strength of overall admissions application, quality of admissions interview, and employability.
Like our admissions decisions, all scholarship decisions are made by the admissions board using a comprehensive approach that takes into account a variety of personal criteria, including educational achievement; life experiences; personal interests; location of residence; student's goals and background and GMAT score. Please remember that a high GMAT score does not guarantee admission, just as a low score doesn't preclude admission. We accept students with lower GMAT scores if we believe this can be offset by stronger areas in one’s profile. Since we are such a very diverse school, we are keen to see whether you have worked, lived, studied abroad, or worked for an international company. So while a solid GMAT score is important, it is not necessarily a deal breaker.
International Full-Time MBA fees and study-related expenses may be tax deductible. Please contact the local authorities in your country for additional information. For Dutch participants additional information is available on the website of De Belastingdienst.
More information, advice?
Please contact our program adviser if you have any questions about this program or download the brochure.