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Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

AMSIB - Amsterdam School of International Business

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Programme Manager: Claudio Perotti

Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Faculty of Business and Economics

Students not registered at Hogeschool van Amsterdam (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) can enroll for the minors via Kiesopmaat.nl.

China: click here

Southeast Asia: click here

Check here for the Kiesopmaat enrolment period

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Cost and reward

To participate in a Building Partnerships in... minor programme, you need to be enrolled in a university (of applied science) in The Netherlands (Hogeschool / Universiteit).

 

Also students in Exchange programmes with a Dutch university (of applied science) are admissible to the minors.

Reward

 

Apart from a life-changing experience, you will earn 30 ECTS upon successful completion of the minor.

Expand your network, and increase your opportunities in the (international) job market.

 

Most students in our minor programmes pursue an international career and many return to Asia for a trainee-ship or a working career.

Cost

​China

The additional participation fee for the China Minor is €2,100. This (fixed) fee covers your airfare, accommodation in Shanghai, transfers to hotel, lecturers, guest lecturers, administration, business and cultural visits organised through Dong Hua University, farewell dinner in Shanghai with local ‘buddies’ and staff from Dong Hua University. For an idea regarding personal expenditure in Shanghai, take into account that although travel and eating are much cheaper than in The Netherlands, the attractions of Shanghai and the networking opportunities may tempt you to spend more than might be the case at home so plan a good budget for yourselves in China.

Southeast Asia

​The additional participation fee for the Southeast Asia Minor is €2,100. This (fixed) fee covers your airfare, accommodation in Bangkok, transfers to accommodation, lecturers, guest lecturers, administration, business and cultural visits organised through Mahidol University, farewell dinner in Bangkok with local ‘buddies’ and staff from Mahidol University. For an idea regarding personal expenditure in Bangkok, take into account that although travel and eating are much cheaper than in The Netherlands, the attractions of Bangkok and the networking opportunities may tempt you to spend more than might be the case at home so plan a good budget for yourselves in Thailand.

Please note, there may be incidental costs which are not included.The costs do not cover literature required for the modules in Amsterdam, visas, travel insurance, local costs in China/Thailand such as travel, food and drink.

Note: You may be eligible to receive a tax refund for the cost of the minor. Consult with your tax advisor if this is applicable to your situation. Dutch students can also inquire with Belastingdienst