Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Amsterdam Business School / NTIO Joint Scholarships 2010/2011

Scholarship Amount

The Amsterdam Business School (ABS) offers 2 scholarships:
• one tuition waiver of € 13.500 for the fulltime MBA programme;
• one tuition waiver of € 12.000 for the fulltime Master in International Finance programme (MIF).
An enrollment fee of € 2.000 is applicable for both programmes.

Requirements for OTS applicants:

1) Applicants must satisfy the online admission requirements as described on the website of the Amsterdam Business School,

For the MBA:

For the MIF:

Summary of ABS MBA entry requirements:
• Bachelor degree: Applicants are expected to hold a good first degree;
• Work experience: A minimum of three years of business experience is essential;
• General Management Aptitude Test (GMAT): Proof of a valid GMAT score (not older than 5 years);
• TOEFL or IELTS: Proof of sufficient English language proficiency.

Summary of ABS MIF entry requirements
• A good undergraduate degree preferably in economics, finance, business, law, or a quantitative discipline. For students with no background in these areas, a one-week mathematics and statistics refresher course right before the start of the programme. Admission may be conditional on you taking the mathematics and statistics refresher course;
• Work experience is desirable but not essential;
• General Management Aptitude Test (GMAT): Proof of a valid GMAT score (not older than 5 years);
• TOEFL or IELTS: Proof of sufficient English language proficiency.

Amsterdam Business School Application Deadline:
The OTS applicants should submit their complete application file online for admission to ABS before April 30th 2010 and indicate that they are applying for the OTS.

If you have any question, please contact the ABS MBA at MBA@uva.nl or the ABS MIF at MIF@uva.nl.

The Amsterdam Business School Profile (Or go to http://www.neso-taipei.org.tw/ToHL_School_Content.aspx?m_id=002002004&Lang=E&argu_c=0&id=00033)

Part of the UvA’s Faculty of Economics and Business, the ABS has a balanced portfolio of research based education in Accounting, Finance and Management addressing issues such as Entrepreneurship, Corporate Social Responsibility and Leadership. Our staff is composed of top-level academics from more than 20 different countries.

In 2007 the Amsterdam Business School received EQUIS accreditation from the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) annual meeting. EQUIS, the European Quality Improvement System, is the leading international system of quality assessment, improvement, and accreditation for higher education institutions in management and business administration.

The ABS’ educational philosophy is characterised by small scale interactive seminars, workshops and case based programmes, all designed to stimulate active student participation. Excellent international students are attracted by the ABS’s two flagship programmes, the Amsterdam Master of Business Administration, known as the Amsterdam MBA, and the Master in International Finance (MIF). Both programmes are taught entirely in English.

For the academic year 2010/2011, the Amsterdam MBA and the Master in International Finance each offer one NESO Orange Tulip scholarship to a highly qualified Taiwanese applicant. The scholarships take the form of te tuition fee waivers (except for an enrollment fee of EUR 2.000) and have a value of EUR 13.500 for the Amsterdam MBA and EUR 12.000 for the Master in International Finance.

Amsterdam MBA (one-year fulltime)

Website: http://www.amsterdambusinessschool.nl/mba

Taught by faculty with extensive experience in both international business and academia, courses introduce students to the theory they need to understand the business world, the best methods of practice and the most recent developments in international business. The part-time and full-time students interact throughout the programme. The ability to work with different kinds of specialists with different nationalities is one of the most fascinating and useful experiences that can be gained from an MBA. The MBA curriculum provides broad coverage of the main functional areas in management: accounting, finance, marketing and sales, operations management, information systems management, law and human resource management. It also provides basic instruction in economics and quantitative analysis. The curriculum is highly integrative and will include courses in business policy and strategy. Beyond the acquisition of knowledge and technical skills the curriculum puts theory into practice by focusing on the personal development of participants through such competencies as decision making, teamwork, leadership skills, entrepreneurial potential, negotiation skills, communication and presentation skills.

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