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Maastricht University School of Business and Economics
Maastricht, Netherlands (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Fall,
Fall 1,
Fall 2,


Homepage: Click to visit
Budget Sheets Fall,

Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2016 10/16/2015
10/16/2015 01/28/2016 06/03/2016
Fall 2016 05/06/2016 05/06/2016 TBA TBA

Indicates that deadline has passed
Fact Sheet:
Level: Graduate, Undergraduate
Language Requirement: None
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Language of Instruction: English
Program Advisor: Caroline Cully
Type of Credit: UF GPA
Open to non-UF students: No
Program Type: UF Exchange
College: Business Administration Participating Colleges: College-specific, University-wide
Program Description:
The Warrington College of Business Administration (WBCA) is pleased to announce the following exchange program.
Click the homepage link above for more detailed information.

Founded in 1975, Universiteit Maastricht is the youngest university in The Netherlands. With 12,000 students currently enrolled, it is also one of the fastest growing. UM is unique in that they incorporate a Problem Based Learning (PBL) system into their curriculum, which is an innovative approach to teaching. With this system, students work together in groups to analyze, discuss, and create solutions for real-life problems. Twenty percent of the student population at UM is foreign, which allows for an open-minded, international learning environment. Maastricht is the oldest city in The Netherlands and hosts a wide variety of culture and languages. Although the official language of The Netherlands is Dutch, there are several languages spoken in the city, and many of the classes at UM are taught in English. While Maastricht has embraced modern development, the city still holds on to its historic and fascinating past.
Academic Calendar 2014-2015.pdf

SBE fact-sheet University 2014-2015.pdf

SBE-Information Sheet_2014-2015_students.pdf

Selling Points SBE - Maastricht.pdf

Online Registration and Application SBE.pdf
UF Study Abroad Advisor:
Caroline Cully

Warrington College of Business Advisors:
Joe Rojo
Lucy DiLeo
Jason Ward

**Non-business undergraduates must obtain permission from the WCBA advisors to participate in this exchange program. Please note that undergraduate business students receive participation priority.


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