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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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For students who started at HMSM from September 2014 onwards, the tuition fees are substantially higher than for students who started earlier. This is a consequence of the special characteristic 'small-scale and intensive education' allocated to the HMSM. For students who started before September 2014, the statutory tuition fees will be charged. This group of students does not come under the special characteristic and will disappear in time.

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.

Take a look at the overview of ‘Costs for EEA students’ or ‘Costs for non-EEA students’ for the 2018 – 2019 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 discount of 50% tuition fee. Read more on the website of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences.

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