Fees and scholarships

Tuition fees

Fees for the programme starting September 2017 are €14,900. These cover all tuition, text books, a 1-year full access online subscription to Financial Times and travel and accommodation costs for two mandatory trips abroad.

Please note that fees do not include living expenses nor costs related to any optional modules abroad you may take as part of your programme.


Win a full scholarship!

Do you stand out from the crowd? Then you may be eligible for one of our full scholarships:




Academic Excellence Scholarship  

 If you can demonstrate excellent academic records or an outstanding GMAT or GRE 


Deadline for the September 2017 application is February 15


Vlerick Spirit Scholarship  

 If you truly embody the Vlerick spirit: entrepreneurial attitude, international mindset, leadership experience 

AIESEC/BEST Scholarship

 If you’re a non-Belgian applicant from one of our partner organisations AIESEC or BEST 

Find out how you can apply

Partial scholarships

We offer a number of partial scholarships based on individual merit to cover part of your tuition fee:

  • To apply you must download the scholarship document in your online admissions application and write a 350-500 word motivation.
  • Partial scholarships are granted on a rolling basis, so it’s important to apply early even though there’s no specific deadline.
  • If you received a government grant during your final year of studies at a Belgian university, you’re entitled to a 25% guaranteed scholarship. In this case you don’t need to send in a motivation but must submit proof of having received such a grant.

Loans and other funding opportunities

If you’re offered a place in the programme you’re eligible to apply for a loan with providers Prodigy Finance. This organisation offers alumni-funded loans to international students at the world’s top business schools, including Vlerick Business School. You can finance up to 100% of tuition costs in addition to whatever scholarship award you may be offered.

In parallel you may investigate loan opportunities currently available in your own country and apply for finance from your existing bank. Other funding opportunities may exist in your home country for students wishing to pursue their studies abroad.

Download a (non-exhaustive) overview

Living expenses

Depending on your lifestyle your expenses could vary widely. Here’s some idea of the monthly expenses you’ll need to cover:


€ 450 

Electricity, gas and water 

€ 40 


€ 300 


€ 20 


€ 140 

Average monthly budget 

€ 950 

Our programmes are full-time and will demand your full effort and commitment. That‘s why we advise you not to combine study, job applications and school activities with a part-time job.


We don’t provide accommodation on campus, but there’s ample opportunity to find student housing nearby in the city centres of Brussels, Ghent or Leuven. Our international office staff will provide you with more details once you’ve been made an offer.

In the meantime you can already explore:


Check your eligibility for our Masters programmes or join one of our upcoming events!

Contact us

Contact our Programme Advisor
Sara Teuwen
Skype  SaraTeuwen_VLERICK
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Meet Us

Info Sessions & Open Days
25 Oct
Masters Infosession Leuven (in collaboration with Aiesec Leuven)
Category: Masters Info Sessions

09 Nov
Masters Open Day Ghent Campus
Category: Masters Info Sessions

  1. 27 Oct

& Rankings

Equis Association of MBAs AACSB Financial Times Economist Intelligence Unit