General

Master’s admissions, application and registration
Board of Admissions
Phone: +31 43 38 83628
E-mail: boamasters@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Director Marketing-Finance Research Lab
Prof. dr. ir. Joost M.E. Pennings
Phone: +31 43 388 3934
E-mail: joost.pennings@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Co-director: Business Affairs & Public Relations
Dr. A. O. I. Hoffmann
Phone: +31 (0) 43 388 46 02
E-mail: a.hoffmann@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Programme Information & Educational Affairs
Dr. ir. Nikos Kalogeras
Phone: +31 43 388 2783
E-mail: N.Kalogeras@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Visiting address MF Research Lab
Tongersestraat 53
Room B 1.13
6211 LM Maastricht
The Netherlands

Postal address
Marketing-Finance Research Lab
School of Business and Economics
P.O. Box 616
6200 MD Maastricht
The Netherlands

Phone:+31 43 388 4827
Fax: +31 43 388 4875
E-mail: marketingfinance-sbe@maastrichtuniversity.nl




 

 

Route


By public transport

The easiest way to reach the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in Maastricht is by public transport. Take the train to Maastricht Central Station (CS). From there you can take bus numbers 3, 4, 9 and 12 (at night time or very early in the morning take bus numbers 21, 28, 29 and 32).

You can tell the bus driver that you need to get off the bus at bus stop "Tongersestraat"; he will warn you at the appropriate time. The bus stop is across the street from the main entrance to the Faculty.

By car

From the north (Eindhoven/ Amsterdam/Aachen): Follow highway A2 until it turns into a main transit route at the traffic lights at the city limits of Maastricht. You will pass 6 traffic lights. After the sixth one, take the exit indicating: "centrum/N278". Eventually you will cross a bridge (Kennedy Bridge) and there is another traffic light nearby the police station (streetname: Prins Bisschopsingel). Finally you will reach a roundabout, which is where you go right. After about 150 meters you will find the University of Maastricht on your right-hand side. You will find the main entrance to the faculty’s premises at the end of the building. Walk through the large gate and go right, down the stairs. The glass doors you see constitute the main entrance. The receptionist can assist you in finding the person you need to see.

Parking is difficult in the vicinity of the building. There are a number of paid parking places on the Tongersestraat. Sometimes we can arrange parking on our own parking lot if you inform us well in advance of your coming.

From the south (Liege, Belgium):

Take A2 from Liege into Maastricht and take the second turn off the highway to the right (exit Centrum / N 278, direction Tongeren) and follow the signs to Centrum. Cross the Kennedybrug (Kennedybridge) and follow the street (Prins Bisschopsingel) until you reach a large roundabout (Tongerseplein roundabout, which is where you go right. After about 150 meters you will find the University of Maastricht on your right-hand side. You will find the main entrance to the faculty’s premises at the end of the building. Walk through the large gate and go right, down the stairs. The glass doors you see constitute the main entrance. The receptionist can assist you in finding the person you need to see.

Parking is difficult in the vicinity of the building. There are a number of paid parking places on the Tongersestraat (€ 1.60 per hour) or the underground parking garage at the "Vrijthof". Sometimes we can arrange parking on our own parking lot if you inform us well in advance of your coming.

By aeroplane

Maastricht/Aachen Airport, The Netherlands:

Fly into Maastricht/Aachen Airport and take a taxi to the University. Unfortunately there is very little public transportation from and to the airport.

Brussels (Zaventem), Belgium:

The nearest international airport is Brussels. From there you can take the train (about 2 hours) to Maastricht. You can also arrange for an airport taxi (let somebody at UM arrange this for you several days in advance) which can get you to Maastricht in about an hour. Prices depend on the number of other passengers.

Amsterdam (Schiphol):

Amsterdam is further than Brussels but has better train connections to Maastricht. The train takes about 2.5 hours to Maastricht. Taking a taxi from this airport is of course more expensive and takes a lot longer than from Brussels. The airport taxi from Amsterdam/ Schiphol (let somebody at UM arrange this for you several days in advance) takes 2 hours. Prices depend on the number of other passengers.