Education and Research
Radboud University Nijmegen is a student-oriented research university, established in 1923 and situated in the oldest city of the Netherlands. It enrolls annually over 19.000 students and has seven faculties. One of these faculties is Nijmegen School of Management (NSM).
The Nijmegen School of Management (NSM) is a knowledge centre in the field of management and administration, economics, spatial planning and various other fields. NSM focuses on two core responsibilities: research and education.
Institute for Management Research
The research programmes of the Nijmegen School of Management are managed by the Institute for Management Research (IMR). The IMR is headed by Prof. dr. Allard van Riel. Please visit www.ru.nl/imr for more information.
NSM offers 8 Master programmes taught in English, and 2 of them offer Erasmus Mundus scholarship. All programmes are accredited by the Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatie Organisatie (NVAO), and therefore recognised world-wide. The programmes are listed below. If a programme offers any specializations, those are listed in the menu on the right.
The campus and facilities
NSM is a desirable destination for international students: over two hundred courses taught in English, increasing number of international staff, small-sized classes and regular extracurricular activities for foreign students and staff. Currently, about 15% of all students come from abroad and the working groups in classes are usually mixed. Therefore, not only will you explore the Dutch culture, but also the cultures of your classmates. Your fellow students can be from any country in the world.
The campus in Nijmegen is considered to be the greenest and most beautiful in the Netherlands. Well-equipped study facilities and lecture rooms, state-of-the-art laboratories, libraries, computer networks and a modern sports centre are available to all students and staff.
The city of Nijmegen
Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands. It dates from Roman times when its name was Noviomagus (New Market). Today, it has some 170,000 inhabitants, of which about 25% is of international descent. Nijmegen is a clean, safe and friendly place with a rich social and cultural life.
Nijmegen is well worth visiting: plenty attractive shops, outdoor cafes (with a hundred different types of beer!) and restaurants, unique historic monuments, superb view over the busiest river of Europe and such lively traditions as the Street Theatre and the Concert Days; not to mention happenings such as the International Four Days Marches and the International Summer Festival.
University: Radboud University Nijmegen
Faculty: Nijmegen School of Management
Campus: Nijmegen, The Netherlands
All the courses held in: English
Length of the programme: One year or two years for joint programmes
Starting date: The 1st of September
Non-EEA residents - the 1st of March
EEA residents - the 1st of May
Erasmus Mundus scholarship - the 1st of December
More info on deadlines is here
Tuition Fees: EEA citizens: 1835,00 EUR
Non-EEA citizens: 9318,00 EUR
Refundable Handling Fee applicable only for Non-EEA citizens: 75,00 EUR