Fees and scholarships

Intake 2021 September 1st 2021
Tuition fee

 €17,600 including:

  • Mandatory Silicon Valley Disruption tour programme (incl hotel, company visits, travel within the United States)
  • Transport and accommodation for the 3-day Opening Seminar in the Netherlands
  • Travel between the school's different campuses for mandatory programme events
  • 1-year full access online subscription to Financial Times
  • text books

Please note that tuition fees do not include living expenses, visa costs nor travel costs related to the disruption tour to Silicon Valley. To consider the full cost of pursuing your masters you also need to budget for:

Flights to and from US

Visa costs

Approx 800 EUR Organised by student

Apply for one of our scholarships

At Vlerick we're determined to attract the very best talent from all corners of the world. Which is why we award a limited number of partial scholarships to applicants with an outstanding profile. Apply for any of the following scholarships.

Please note that since we’ve been receiving a lot of applications and we're getting closer to the end of our application cycle, at this point in time our Scholarship Fund has almost reached its limit. We therefore want to point out that the chances of obtaining a Scholarship for the Academic Year 2020-2021 are limited.

Academic Scholarships



GMAT/GRE Excellence

  • GMAT min 700
  • GRE min 164 quantitative & 163 verbal
  • Pass the VBAT (interview) in first round

Academic Merit

  • Provide proof of an excellent academic track record:
    - For Belgian degrees: study results equal to great distinction or higher at Bachelor or Masters level
    - For non-Belgian degrees: study results within top 25% of class at Bachelor or Masters level 
  • Overall performance in VBAT
  • Pass the VBAT in first round

Profile-specific Scholarships



Women in STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics)

  • Scholarship of up to 50% of the tuition fee
  • For the Masters in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Funded by:
 - Martine & Philippe Haspeslagh Fund
 - Marion Debruyne Fund

  • Outstanding academic record in the field of STEM       
  • Leadership potential
  • Overall performance in VBAT
  • Pass the VBAT in first round

  Vlerick Spirit

  • Exceptional candidates matching this profile might get a scholarship of up to 50% of the tuition fee
  • For ALL programmes 

  • Entrepreneurial attitude
  • International mindset  
  • Leadership experience
  • Overall performance in VBAT (& pass in the first round)
  • Jury recommendation following the VBAT interview

Need-based Scholarships



Financial need scholarship

  • Scholarships allocation and amount will be decided on a case by case basis
  • For ALL Masters

Need-based motivation:
  • Realistic financial plan
  • Proof of financial need
 Funded by:
Duvel Moortgat
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 minus 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.


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Contact our Programme Advisor
Sara Teuwen
Tel +32 9 210 92 35
[email protected]
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