Business Administration: Financial Management

Master the knowledge and skills to make key decisions in the corporate and financial world

Today’s business environment calls for clear financial insight and assured decision-making. Effective capital investments and financing are the lifeblood of every organization. The Master’s in Financial Management at VU Amsterdam equips you with the comprehensive knowledge and thorough understanding you need to manage the flow of funds, from raising and investing capital to accurate and efficient financial reporting.

Leading academics and senior experts from the industry will ensure that you get to grips with the three key areas of financial management – corporate finance, the financial sector and accounting – from the perspective of both non-financial corporates and financial institutions. If you have the drive and ambition to become a new-generation CFO, the Master’s in Financial Management is an ideal place to start.

This specialization of the Master's programme Business Administration is expected to be accredited as Master’s programme Financial Management as of 1 September 2019. 

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Financial Management is a specialization of the Business Administration Master’s programme at VU Amsterdam. It’s all about connecting a firm’s business operations with the financial markets and their institutions.

Whether your career takes you to the non-financial or financial sector, as a financial management professional you need a thorough understanding of how to make the right investment decisions, how to finance business operations, and how to manage and report on internal financial flows.

The Financial Management programme is structured with these three key elements in mind. The three central strands – Corporate Finance, the Financial Sector, and Accounting – run throughout the programme’s core and its fascinating range of electives.

Core courses: a rock-solid foundation
In addition to components designed to develop your professional knowledge and academic skills, the heart of the programme consists of five core courses that give you the best possible foundation in the field of Financial Management:

  • Advanced Corporate Financial Management addresses the main functions of financial management
  • Advanced Finance, Banking and Insurance analyses the external financial environment
  • Financial Data Decision Analysis equips you with essential techniques to analyse complex financial management problems
  • The Research Seminar gives you an invaluable opportunity to apply theory and techniques to practical problems and empirical academic research questions
  • Advanced Financial Accounting provides you with a clear understanding of financial reporting as practised by today’s major multinationals.


Electives: room to explore and dive deeper
The flexible and wide-ranging nature of the programme gives you the freedom to explore all aspects of financial management or to pursue your interests and ambitions in a particular area.

Dive deeper into Corporate Finance by taking electives in corporate valuation, behavioural finance, and economics of payment systems.
Get to grips with the Financial Sector by focusing on institutional investments, bank management and real estate management.
Master the intricacies of Accounting with electives in advanced management accounting, management control, and information risk management.
Or explore aspects of all three areas with your own personal combination of electives.

No matter what choices you make, your knowledge will grow by leaps and bounds as you hone your academic skills and professional insight, and find your own way in the world of financial management.

See Business Administration: Financial Management courses in the study guide

See course schedule 2019-2020

As a specialist in Financial Management, a world of opportunity awaits.

If the non-financial corporate sector is where your heart lies, you can aim for a career as a treasurer, risk manager, controller or financial manager. Major multinationals are always looking for talented graduate trainees, but there are also a host of prospects in local businesses and the SME sector.

Unilever, Heineken, AkzoNobel, and Nike are among the corporate players currently benefitting from the skills and knowledge you have to offer as a Financial Management graduate. On the financial side, there are a wide range of career paths at leading institutions, from national banks and insurance companies to major accounting firms and pension funds. Banker, analyst, portfolio manager, accountant, insurance expert or consultant – the choice is yours.

Many of our graduates pursue a career in finance, making their mark with prominent players such as ABN AMRO, Rabobank, ING, Aegon and pension fund ABP.

There are also plenty of career options in the non-profit sector. Government organizations, international agencies and supervisory bodies all need Master’s graduates with a strong background in financial management. And that’s exactly what our programme provides.

Professional relevance, academic excellence
With the heart of the Dutch financial sector on our doorstep, it’s no surprise that our Financial Management programme makes the most of its strong ties with the professional world. At VU Amsterdam you will learn from senior experts in the financial industry. Their mission is to open your eyes to the challenges and opportunities ahead by drawing on their own unique insights and experience. This amounts to much more than business cases and career orientation: every top-flight financial career is founded on a wealth of academic insight and every financial manager benefits from a well-honed academic skillset. Our leading academics and financial professionals link theory and practice in ways that empower you to make your mark in the financial world.

Sharpen your skills, open your mind
If you think ‘theory’ and ‘academic skills’ are dry and dull, think again. Our interactive Research Seminar will build your competence base in handling practical questions through empirical academic research. This core component sharpens your skills by presenting you with a tough financial management problem. It challenges you to form a considered opinion by carrying out your own academic research, and gets you to defend your position in a debate. What better way to lay the groundwork for your Master’s thesis?

VU Amsterdam School of Finance
The Financial Management specialization is part of the VU Amsterdam School of Finance, a renowned graduate school that serves the Dutch financial sector, located right next door to the university in Amsterdam’s Zuidas business district. The School provides the sector with opportunities for education, research and many other avenues for collaboration. These strong links give you the ideal opportunity to prepare for your professional career.

Lifelong learning
We will send you on your way with an excellent qualification, but a Master’s degree is only the first step of a career in the corporate financial world. Perhaps you’d like to consider further specialization before entering the job market? Our curriculum provides quick admission to postgraduate programmes in Controlling Accounting, Treasury Management, Investment Management and Risk Management. All available right here at VU Amsterdam.

Welcome to the community
Learning from the best is about more than academic excellence and business savvy. The leading researchers and senior financial professionals you meet on the programme are key players in a unique and powerful network that you will find to be invaluable. What better way to start building a network of your own in the professional community? And what better place, with the financial heart of the Netherlands literally a stone’s throw from the university? The financial experts on the course – from the Netherlands Central Bank, ABN AMRO, Rabobank to name but three – live and breathe the issues you are learning about, and give you the opportunity to cut your teeth on cases and dilemmas drawn directly from their experiences at the forefront of finance.

Take off on your career
We encourage our students to believe that the sky’s the limit. But we also know that every high flying career has to take off from somewhere. That’s why we have put together a series of workshops with valuable tips, tricks and learning opportunities to help you every step of the way: from perfecting your elevator pitch and acing an interview to the fine art of networking and cracking business cases. Our Careers in Finance event is a real highlight – a great chance to suss out your potential employers and see what makes them tick.

The bigger picture
If the world has learned anything over the past decade, it’s that the financial sector cannot exist in a vacuum. That’s why we encourage you to view financial management as part of the bigger picture, to consider ethical dilemmas and our impact on the world around us. But we also encourage you to take a good look at yourself. What are your own plans, hopes and ambitions? Why are you setting out on this journey into the world of financial management? By the end of the programme you will have taken a major step forward – as a graduate and as a knowledgeable and ethical professional.

The field of financial management deals with management decisions like the acquisition, administration and allocation of financial resources.

Acquisition of financial resources
How much capital is needed for a specific business goal? Where can it be sourced: equity, short-term debt or long-term debt? What is the company’s financial structure and risk profile? How does it differ for global oriented multinationals?

Allocation of financial resources
How should the available financial resources be allocated among the business activities? What are the strategic priorities for the short-term and long-term development of the company? And what about financial planning?

Administration of financial resources
How can we use financial information to improve the business? How do we go about registering financial flows and reporting them to the investors?

Financial Management in banks and insurance companies
Financial management of resources is the core business for banks and insurance companies. How do banks and insurance companies structure their financial management? How do you run a bank or an insurance company? How do you play the game with the shareholders and supervisory bodies in a European and global financial environment?

I want to send my application form to apply for a Master's programme before the first of April. I expect to graduate before the end of this academic year. Is it possible to apply without having my Bachelor's diploma yet?
Yes, that is possible. Your eligibility can be assessed without the actual diploma. After (conditional) admission to one of our MSc programmes, we will contact you and ask for the original and official documents for registration at the university. One of these documents is the official diploma (or certified copy of it).

I have graduated from a Dutch HBO. Is it possible for me to get admission to one of the Master's programmes?
Unfortunately, if you hold a HBO BSc diploma you cannot get direct admission to one of our Master's programmes. We have a specific Premaster’s programme for some of our Master’s programmes. The Premaster’s programmes are entirely taught in English. Apart from you HBO BSc you need a GMAT score of at least 550. Some Master’s programmes have other entry requirements if you hold a Dutch HBO. Please check ‘admission and application’ on the Master’s page to see if there is a specific Premaster’s programme available. You can find more information on our pre-masters here.

Is it possible to study one of the Master's programmes part-time?
All Master's programmes open to international students are full time programmes, which means that you are expected to spend at least 4 days a week at the university. There are two part-time Master's programmes both taught in Dutch.

Can I apply for a MSc programme starting in February?
No, all our Master's programmes start in September.

Can I apply online?
International students can apply online. See the webpage "Admission and application" of your respective master's programme for more information.

Application deadline
International degree students: 1 April (different deadlines may hold for other category students). Dutch degree students: Application in Studielink before 1 June.

Do you require work experience to get admission to one of the Master's programmes?
No, we do not require work experience. Sometimes it might help to have some work experience to get admission if your Bachelor's diploma does not cover all the academic requirements (see admission requirements in the left menu).

Do you require GMAT or GRE to get admission to one of the Master's programmes?       
In some cases we might require a GRE or GMAT. For the Master’s programmes in Economics and Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics a GRE might be required. The admission board will let you know if a GRE is required. At other Master’s programmes a GMAT or GRE is not required. This does not mean that we do not pay any attention to your grades. If you have obtained a good GMAT or GRE score it is recommended to mention this in your application and to enclose a copy of the results. 
 
Please note: To be admitted to one of our specific Dutch taught pre-master's programmes you have to score at least 550 on the GMAT. 

Is it possible to pay the tuition fee in installments?
Yes, that is possible. The registration period is in August after your arrival in the Netherlands. You can pay the tuition fee either at once before 1 September or you can choose to sign a contract that you will pay it in installments during the academic year.

Pasquinel de Roode (graduated in 2017)

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Pasquinel de Roode

"I chose the Financial Management specialization because of its multidisciplinary programme that gives you both a broad and specific understanding in Corporate Finance and Accounting. What I liked about the specialization is that it contains courses that put theory into practice with current real-life cases facilitated by experts from the financial industry. Therefore, the Financial Management specialization gives you a solid foundation to tackle the complex world of corporate financial management."

Overview Business Administration: Financial Management

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

English

DURATION

1 year

TUITION FEE

APPLICATION

1 April for international degree holders from non-EU/EEA countries (different deadlines may hold for other category students);
1 June for Dutch degree holders and international degree holders from EU/EEA countries

START DATE

1 September

STUDY TYPE

Full-time

SPECIALIZATIONS

This specialization of the Master's programme Business Administration is expected to be accredited as Master’s programme Financial Management as of 1 September 2019.

FIELD OF INTEREST

Economics, Business and Law

Study in Holland

Admission with a Dutch degree

We welcome motivated and ambitious students who are actively developing themselves and are aware of their position and role in society. In order to be successful in this programme you will need a solid academic basis in, for instance, (International) Business Administration, Economics, Industrial Engineering & Management or related disciplines. Typically, students in this programme are successful if they have an intrinsic curiosity for financial decision making at the corporate level and if they have obtained their Bachelor’s degree with above average grades for courses in the areas of Financial Management, Corporate Finance or Accounting.

Admission requirements

With a Bachelor's degree in (International) Business Administration, Economics or Econometrics and Operations Research from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam you are admissible provided you are strongly motivated and successfully meet the requirements in this document.

Application procedure
To enroll in the programme submit your enrolment application via Studielink. Please note: in Studielink you can apply for the Master in Business Administration and in VUnet you can select your specialization.

Step 1:
Apply for the MSc programme Business Administration via Studielink before 1 June. You can apply for the specialization in VUnet (see step 2)

Step 2:
Please complete your application in VUnet by answering additional questions and affirming  your choice for the specialization. Furthermore you need to upload:

  • a formal transcript of your bachelor grades. Your transcript must include an average score (GPA).
  • a motivation letter in which you explain why you want to pursue a Master’s programme in BA, Financial Management (max. 1 A4)
  • a recent resume

Please note: we can only process your application when your choice of specialization is clear and your documents are uploaded. 
 
More information regarding registration WO-bachelors, see the VU website (in Dutch).

Services for international (IBA) students / Residence permit:
If you are planning to continue your studies at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam after your IBA, please contact the Central Admission’s Support Team of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam for further information and specific questions about the offered services for international students like extending your residence permit. You will need to apply for extension of your residence permit if you continue your studies at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

We welcome motivated and ambitious students who are actively developing themselves and are aware of their position and role in society. In order to be successful in this programme you will need a solid academic basis in, for instance, (International) Business Administration,  Economics, Industrial Engineering & Management or related disciplines. Typically,  students in this programme are successful if they have an intrinsic curiosity for financial decision making at the corporate level and if they have obtained their Bachelor’s degree with above average grades for courses in the areas of Financial Management, Corporate Finance or Accounting.

Admission requirements
The programme Business Administration, specialization Financial Management is open to students with a strong motivation and a university Bachelor's degree that provides a thorough knowledge in Financial Management, Corporate Finance or Accounting.  You need to have successfully completed courses and studied literature related to the core of this programme, consisting of (or equivalents of):

Financial ManagementBerk, J. and P. DeMarzo, Corporate Finance, Pearson. Latest edition.
or
Brealey, R.A. & Myers, S.C. and F. Allen, Principles of Corporate Finance, Mcgraw-Hill. Latest edition.
Financial Markets and InstitutionsMishkin, F.S. and S.G. Eakins, Financial Markets and Institutions, Pearson. Latest edition.
Business StatisticsBerenson, M.L., Levine, D. M. & Krehbiel, T. C., Basic Business Statistics, Pearson. Latest edition.
Accounting KnowledgeBhimani, Horngren, Datar and Rajan, Management and Cost Accounting, 6th edition.

Weygandt, J.J., Kimmel, P.D. and D.E. Kieso, Financial Accounting: IFRS Edition, Wiley. Latest edition.

Approval is in most cases given to students who hold an academic Bachelor’s degree with sufficient courses in Finance in:
•    (International / Technical) Business Administration
•    Economics and Business Economics
•    Econometrics and Operations Research
•    Industrial Engineering and Management

If you do not meet these requirements, you may be admissible with the Premaster programme.

Application procedure

Step 1:
Apply for the MSc programme Business Administration via Studielink before 1 June. You can apply for the specialization in VUnet (see step 2)

Step 2:
After applying for the programme in studielink you will receive a VUnet-ID and password. Please complete your application in VUnet by answering additional questions and affirming  your choice for the specialization. Furthermore you need to upload:
-    a formal transcript of your bachelor grades. Your transcript must include an average score (GPA).
-    a motivation letter in which you explain why you want to pursue a Master’s programmes in BA, Financial Management. (Max. 1 A4)
-    a recent resume.
Please note: we can only process your application when your choice of specialization is clear and your documents are uploaded. 

Step 3:
The admission committee will assess your application and decide whether you are admissible. You will be informed about this decision via email.

More information regarding registration WO-bachelors, see the VU website (in Dutch).

Admission via premaster programme
If you have an academic bachelor's degree but do not meet the requirements above, you can gain admission after doing the premaster programme.

The premaster programme is a deficiency programme that provides the necessary knowledge and prepares you for this master's programme. It is a 30 EC program that takes place in the second semester, from February through July.

Course details in the study guide

Admission requirements premaster programme

  • You have an academic bachelor's degree from a Dutch university
  • You have a Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) combined score of at least 550 for the parts Verbal and Quantitative. Also note the following:
    • The score may not be older than two years, counted from the date you start the premaster programme
    • The Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment score do not count for admission
    • You can use a Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) score for the parts Verbal and Quantitative to satisfy the GMAT score requirement. To convert your GRE score to its GMAT equivalent, use the GRE Comparison Tool

GMAT and GRE
A GMAT score of at least 550 or an equivalent GRE score is a requirement to participate in the premaster programme. Please fill in the test that 'Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam' may receive your score. The official score will be sent by GMAT to VU. Please note that it may take up to 20 calendar days for the VU to receive your GMAT score, so plan GMAT on time.

The School of Business and Economics (SBE) offers a course in preparation for the GMAT, the GMAT preparation course. The preparation course starts each year in August. For more information, please visit the website of the GMAT preparation course.

Costs
Tuition fee 2018-2019: EUR 1030.00

Deadlines and application
The programme starts 1 February, and you must have completed your application before this date! Note that the Premasterassessment does not apply in this case!

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You will gain direct admission after completing the premaster programme; this is a full-time programme with courses on at least three days per week.

Premaster programme
The premaster programme is a deficiency programme that provides the necessary knowledge and prepares you for this master's programme. It is a 30 EC program that takes place in the second semester, from February through July. These courses involve both content as well as academic skills and knowledge, and research methods.

Course details in the study guide

Admission requirements
The premaster programme has two admission requirements:

  1. You have an hbo degree
  2. You have a Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) combined score of at least 550 for the parts Verbal and Quantitative. Also note the following:
    • The score may not be older than 2 years, counted from the date you start with the premaster
    • The Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment score do not count for admission
    • You can use a Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) score for the parts Verbal and Quantitative to satisfy the GMAT score requirement. To convert your GRE score to its GMAT equivalent, use the GRE Comparison Tool!

GMAT and GRE
A GMAT score of at least 550 or an equivalent GRE score is a requirement to participate in the premaster programme. Please fill in the test that 'Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam' may receive your score. The official score will be sent by GMAT to VU. Please note that it may take up to 20 calendar days for the VU to receive your GMAT score, so plan GMAT on time.

The School of Business and Economics (SBE) offers a course in preparation for the GMAT, the GMAT preparation course. The preparation course starts each year in August. For more information, please visit the website of the GMAT preparation course.

Costs
Tuition fee 2018-2019: EUR 1030.00

Deadlines and application
The programme starts 1 February, and you must have completed your application before this date!

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Admission with an international degree

We welcome motivated and ambitious students who are actively developing themselves and are aware of their position and role in society. In order to be successful in this programme you will need a solid academic basis in, for instance, (International) Business Administration,  Economics, Industrial Engineering & Management or related disciplines. Typically,  students in this programme are successful if they have an intrinsic curiosity for financial decision making at the corporate level and if they have obtained their Bachelor’s degree with above average grades for courses in the areas of Financial Management, Corporate Finance or Accounting.

Admission requirements
In order to gain admission to our Master’s programme, you need to have at least a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited research university including at least three full years of academic study amounting to a minimum of 180 EC or equivalent. We do not require a GRE or GMAT test score. You need to have successfully completed courses and studied literature related to the core of this programme, consisting of (or equivalents of):

Financial ManagementBerk, J. and P. DeMarzo, Corporate Finance, Pearson. Latest edition.
or
Brealey, R.A. & Myers, S.C. and F. Allen, Principles of Corporate Finance, Mcgraw-Hill. Latest edition.
Financial Markets and InstitutionsMishkin, F.S. and S.G. Eakins, Financial Markets and Institutions, Pearson. Latest edition.
Business StatisticsBerenson, M.L., Levine, D. M. & Krehbiel, T. C., Basic Business Statistics, Pearson. Latest edition.
Accounting KnowledgeBhimani, Horngren, Datar and Rajan, Management and Cost Accounting, 6th edition.

Weygandt, J.J., Kimmel, P.D. and D.E. Kieso, Financial Accounting: IFRS Edition, Wiley. Latest edition.

English language proficiency
The admission board wants to stress the intensity of the programme: reading scientific articles and writing papers will be a key part, all in a very high pace. Your English language skills, both oral and written, are extremely important in this programme. As you will have to communicate frequently with your fellow students and you will be working with and for international companies.

VU Amsterdam requires all applicants to take an English test. You can already apply online without having the test results. We do advise you to plan a test date as soon as possible. Below you will find the minimum English test scores for the programme:  

IELTS (academic):
•    Minimum general score 6,5
•    Minimum score writing 6,0

TOEFL:
•    Paper based test 580
•    Internet based test 92

Cambridge English:
•    Cambridge Proficiency Exam A, B, C
•    Cambridge Advanced Exam A, B, C
The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam offers the TOEFL ITP English-language proficiency test. The test is offered by the VU Taalloket. You can find more information and register for this test at www.taalloket.nl

General requirements regarding the English language test: language requirement page .


If you have read the admission requirements and feel you are eligible for admission, please take the following steps to submit your application. Note that the initial application procedure is fully online and that scans of your relevant documents are required. You can already apply online without having completed your Bachelor’s degree. After admission, you will have until 31 August to send a proof of graduation by postal mail.

Step 1: Prepare documents and apply online
Please prepare the following documents and arrange the payment of the non-refundable €100 application fee. You can find a more detailed explanation of each document on the application page. All documents should be provided in English, and preferably in .PDF format.

  • Copy of your valid passport or ID (only for EU citizens)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Motivation letter
  • Transcript of records
  • A description of the relevant courses you have taken during your previous higher education, with the main literature used for those course. You can use this format.
  • Thesis (or another sample of academic writing). If your thesis was not written in English, please submit the original with an added summary of about 3 pages in English.

After having prepared the required documents, please follow the online application procedure. After you have completed the application, our international student advisors will contact you via e-mail. Please refer to the application page to see which application deadline applies to you.

Step 2: Await decision on admission
After submitting your complete application, the Admission Board will review all your documents to assess your eligibility. In general, we can inform students of the admission decision within 4 weeks. Around deadlines, this can take a bit linger, so we always recommend to apply as soon as possible. If you are admitted, you will receive your letter of conditional admission by email. After that, you can start planning your move to Amsterdam!

Step 3: Finalize your enrolment and move to Amsterdam!
Make sure to finalize your enrolment as a student before the start of the programme. Here on our website, you will find an explanation of all things to arrange after admission. When all enrolment requirements have been met you will be ready to start your programme at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam!

Further information about:

All international students are required to apply for the MSc programme of their choice first. If you do not meet the admission requirements directly, you could gain admission after completing the premaster programme.

The premaster programme is a deficiency programme that provides the necessary knowledge and skills to prepare you for this master's programme. It is a programme of 30 ECTS that is offered in the second semester, from February through July. Content details of the offered premasters can be found here.

Admission requirements for the premaster programme

  • You have a bachelor's degree from a non-Dutch university or from a non-Dutch university of applied science.
  • You have a Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) combined score of at least 550 for the parts Verbal and Quantitative. Also note the following:
    • The score may not be older than two years, counted from 1 February
    • The Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment scores do not count for admission
    • You can use a Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) score for the parts Verbal and Quantitative to satisfy the GMAT score requirement. To convert your GRE score to its GMAT equivalent, use the GRE Comparison Tool
  • You can demonstrate sufficient English proficiency by meeting the requirements listed above

More information on the requirements, including GMAT preparations, can be found on the central premaster website.

Deadlines and application
The programme starts 1 February. Because of visa application deadlines, non-EU citizens must have completed their application before 1 November. EU citizens can complete their application until January 31st.

Note: When applying, you can find the premaster programme in Studielink after selecting "Type of study programme: Bachelor's or other non-master programmes".

Our international student ambassadors are happy to tell you all about their experiences with studying at VU and living in Amsterdam. Our student ambassadors come from all over the world and are currently attending various bachelor's and master's programmes.

Our student ambassadors are listed here.

Reach out to them and hear their stories about being a VU Amsterdam student!

International students can apply to several scholarships. For all VU scholarships, please see www.vu.nl/scholarships. Any available external grant or scholarship can be found through www.grantfinder.nl.

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Central International Office
For detailed questions about the Master’s programmes or the application procedure, please contact one of your International Student Advisors at the International Office: masters.sbe@vu.nl

Leanne Schrijver
Leanne Schrijver
Tel +31 20 59 83032
Paul Steeman
Paul Steeman
Tel +31 20 59 88739
Amu Shrestha
Amu Shrestha
Tel +31 20 59 84296
Lotte de Winter
Lotte de Winter
Tel +31 20 59 89072


For general information about VU Amsterdam:
Please phone us at +31 (0)20 598 5000 (Monday – Friday, 09:00 to 17:00).
You may also e-mail us at study@vu.nl.

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