Social themes play a major role in the Bachelor’s programme in Economics and Business Economics. Consumers, managers, civil servants—they all make decisions that influence society and the prosperity of everyone who lives in it. In this programme you learn to address thorny economic dilemmas.
1. A diploma equivalent to the Dutch pre-university VWO-diploma
See the Diploma Requirement List for examples of accepted diplomas per country.
Please note: this list is meant to give you an indication of admissibility; no rights can be derived from it. Applicants who do not meet this criterion may be asked to sit (an) entry exam(s) to prove they are eligible for admission.
2. Proof of sufficient proficiency in English
Although complete applications are preferred, you can begin your application before you have completed the test and then submit your passing score once you have been conditionally admitted. You can find all accepted tests and scores on our Language Requirements webpage.
3. Proof of sufficient proficiency in Mathematics
After you apply to the programme and upload the required documents in our student portal, your International Student Advisor will determine whether your diploma is equivalent to the Dutch VWO-diploma and whether your mathematics level is sufficient.
These examples of diplomas demonstrate sufficient proficiency in the subject Mathematics:
You need to complete credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://vu.nl/en/education/bachelor/economics-and-business-economics
You can join one of the following careers: