For 2022-2023 we aim for an international classroom of 45 students, with a good balance in diversity in educational backgrounds and international work experience.
One of the success factors within the Master Tourism Destination Management is the learning community, the teaching model as set out in the BUas educational vision. From the perspective of an internationalised labour market, global readiness of our graduates is of crucial importance.
Please ensure that you submit your application before the deadline:
- For EU/EEA students: 15 August*
- For non-EU students: 1 June*
*Please note, we recommend that you apply in time. What's more, for EU/EEA students we suggest that they apply before the 1 June, but preferably even sooner.
- Step 1: Enter you enrolment application in Studielink
- Step 2: Apply via My Online Application
- Step 3: Interview
- Step 4: Complete your enrolment; payment of tuition fee
Step 1: Enter you enrolment application in Studielink
You are to apply through Studielink, the application and enrolment portal provided by the Netherlands Ministry of Education.
You can track the status of your application on your personal Studielink page and in the progress overview in My Online Application.
Step 2: Apply via My Online Application
Once you have submitted your Studielink enrolment application, you will receive an email inviting you to follow up on your Studielink enrolment application by applying in My Online Application.
In My Online Application you will be requested to answer additional questions (e.g. about your English proficiency) and to upload your application documents: CV, motivation letter, ID, your bachelor’s documents including transcript of records (or a transcript of records with you latest results / overview if you have yet to obtain your bachelor’s degree). You will also be requested to give the contact details of at least two references (one academic and one business reference). More information regarding these references will be provided to you in due time in My online application.
Step 3: Interview
If your profile is considered to be suitable for the master's programme, you will receive an invitation for an intake interview. In this invitation the intake interview dates and procedure will be explained clearly. In due course you will also be informed about whether or not you have been (conditionally) admitted to the programme.
Step 4: Complete your enrolment: payment of tuition fee