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Fees and scholarships

The bachelor study programme at the Hotel Management School Maastricht is a government-funded study programme. This means that the costs are considerably lower than those for programmes at well-known private hotel management schools.

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Take a look at the overview of ‘Costs for EEA students’ or ‘Costs for non-EEA students’ for the 2020 – 2021 academic year. EEA students are those students who are a national of one of the countries that make up the European Economic Area or who have Surinamese or Swiss nationality.

Zuyd Excellence Scholarships

If you are an excellent international non-EU student you can apply for a Zuyd Excellence Scholarship, which will offer you a waiver of almost 50% of your tuition fee. Read more on the website of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences.

Small-scale, intensive education

In July 2013, the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (an independent organisation that evaluates all degree programmes against a set of standard criteria) granted the Hotel Management School Maastricht the quality feature 'Small-scale, intensive education'. In order to further develop this quality feature, the HMSM is permitted to deviate from statutory tuition fees.

The prime focus within this small-scale, intensive education is on:

  • Innovation (the next step in hospitality);
  • Connecting gastronomy;
  • Development of a global mindset;
  • Cooperation with alumni.

These are points by which the HMSM distinguishes itself both nationally and internationally.

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