Application and admission - Programme Management, Economics and Consumer Studies

On this page you will find information on admissions and registration for the MSc programme Management, Economics and Consumer Studies at Wageningen University.

The content and organisation of the MME specialisations is currently under review, the updated descriptions will start to become available during October 2021. The MME admission criteria will be updated in line with the revisions in the programme. MME Admission requests will be kept on hold and processed in November 2021.

General requirements

  • A Grade Point Average (GPA) for the BSc study of at least 70% of the maximum scale.
  • At least a 7 out of 10 for your written BSc thesis or project.
  • Fluency in English, both written and spoken.

Programme specific requirements

In addition to the general requirements, specific requirements may apply to individual programmes. Read more about specific admission requirements for the MSc Management, Economics and Consumer Studies programme

How to apply

Application deadlines

Please submit your application as soon as possible and certainly within the deadlines set by the Student Service Centre. Visit the website about the Application Deadlines for Dutch students, EU students and Non-EU/EFTA students.

Scholarships and Fellowships Funding

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees can vary, depending on for example your nationality and degree.

Find out which tuition fee is applicable for you.

Financial information for Dutch students

Management, Economics and Consumer Studies is a two year programme, registered with DUO as a one year programme.

Inform yourself on your right on study finance and a travel product through the DUO website.

Or contact the Student Dean: deanforstudents@wur.nl/ tel.: 0317-483618

Dutch students with study financing from DUO may be eligible for one year study finance from Wageningen University in addition to one year finance from DUO. Read more about the '5th year' of study finance (in Dutch).



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