Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

After graduation

Master Digital Driven Business

After graduating from the Master's programme Digital Driven Business you'll have the title Master of Science degree (MSc). Your professional career can begin or will you decide to pursue another study? Career prospects include jobs in the fields of data/technology/ business/marketing with an international orientation, both in the Netherlands or abroad.

Professional roles

Examples of professional roles that may be filled by graduates of the Master's programme in Digital Driven Business include:

  • business analist
  • e-commerce category manager
  • business intelligence manager
  • data analist
  • marketing analytics manager
  • chief analytics officer
  • IT project manager
  • marketing manager

Title and diploma

Upon graduation, the Digital Driven Business programme confers the title of Master of Science (MSc), at the level 7 of the Dutch Qualification Framework (NLQF).

The Master's programme Digital Driven Business is registered with the Education Executive Agency (DUO) under code number 49304. The official name (the 'CROHO name') of this programme, as registered with the DUO, is “Digital Driven Business”.

The Master's programme in Digital Design is accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). For more information of what this accreditation entails, visit the website of the NVAO (Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders).

You can find more information on CROHO names and the programme's accreditation at the website of the NVAO (Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders).

If you have any questions on this topic, please contact the Service & Information Centre, by calling 31 20 525 6777, or e-mailing

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Published by  Faculty of Business and Economics 26 August 2020