Main point is integration between study and real businesses, smaller groups and a lot of internships and practical projects as well as exclusive access to powerful worldwide entrepreneur network and alumni network of 10,000 students.
Yes, both internships (1st Internship - 12 weeks, and the Graduation Internship - 6 months) are mandatory and must fit with the Inter College Business Administration degree programme.
Generally, late arrivals are not accepted as they miss quite a bit of the learning process. A maximum of two weeks delay in joining the programme can be accommodated for at the moment.
English BBA program starts in:
Dutch BBA program starts in:
The programme has been accredited in 2019 for 6 years by the NVAO (Dutch Flemish Accreditation Organization), https://www.nvao.net/en of Business Administration.
Yes - you may work under certain conditions. In addition to studying, you may work for up to 16 hours a week. Your employer must apply for a work permit for you.
You will have to register in the Dutch municipality where you are going to live, when you do that you will get a Citizen Service Number (BSN) and a VISA to get a bank account.
Yes, European students can get funding. Have a look here to find out if you are eligible https://duo.nl/particulier/student-finance/eligibility.jsp.
The IND estimate is 900 - 1,200 Euros per month for living and education with an estimated 700 Euros rent, 300 Euros for food/drinks and 125 Euros for health insurance.
Inter College Business School is ideally located in the heart of Amsterdam at the Passeerdersgracht 23, 1016 XG Amsterdam. Map of the location: https://goo.gl/maps/RHVBomM1x3DhPirb6