Business Administration: University of Groningen

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Business Administration: University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen, P.O. Box 800, 9700 AV, Groningen, Netherlands
Business and Ebusiness
Course Language(s) 
Course Beginning 
1 year
App Deadline 
1 December for applicants who wish to apply for a scholarshipand 1 May for all others
+31 50 363 3741
+31 50 363 3720


About the programme

The MSc in Business Administration offers nine specializations and equips students with knowledge and skills required to deal with complex managerial problems in a main area of Business Administration.

The programme is intended for students with an academic bachelor’s degree in business studies, business administration or an equivalent degree. They must be strongly motivated and have a background in business, management, finance and/or marketing.

The MSc BA specializations are:

  • Business Development;
  • Business & ICT;
  • Change Management;
  • Finance (Corporate Financial Management or Risk & Portfolio Management);
  • Marketing;
  • Operations & Supply Chains;
  • Organizational & Management Control;
  • Small Business & Entrepreneurship;
  • Strategy & Innovation.

Career prospects

Graduates from the MScBA are academic professionals within their specialization. They will be able to perform independent research in that field and to apply their specialized knowledge and skills as a professional on a high international level.

Admission requirments

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies or Economics, covering different core disciplines in business administration, including modules in the area of the specialization.
  • Proficiency in English: TOEFL92 (iBT)/237 (CBT)/580 (PBT) or IELTS 6.5
  • GMAT: score 600 or higher -> you will be automatically accepted, provided you meet all other requirements; score 500 or higher -> the final desicion will be taken by the Board of Admissions.

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