International MBA-programmes in Groningen (sponsored contribution)

10th February 2009, Comments 0 comments

Hanze University Groningen will be running its annual Open Day on Saturday 14th March 2009, between 10 a.m. – 4p.m.

In the words of one graduate “I would like to recommend this programme to any business student because it gives you generic management principles to manage any challenge in the global work place”.
Hanze has a choice of three MBA programmes at the moment, all with a distinct international focus. The Dean of the International Business School, Paul Ganzeboom, explains -
“At the International Business School of Hanze University of Applied Sciences, first and oldest in The Netherlands, we have trained several generations of young and ambitious (future) businessmen- and women, who have found their way into careers business easily and successfully, at both bachelors and masters levels. Our BBA programme is currently the highest ranking programme in International Business & Mgt Studies in the Netherlands (check the NVAO-site), of which we’re very proud! To our very international masters students, we are pleased to offer highly appealing and business-driven MBA programmes”. 

These MBAs contain all the quality elements of good MBA-programmes: a thorough body of knowledge, teaching by excellent academic and business practitioners, application through business cases, a superb personal skills programme, and all of this among a highly international student body and a global context. Moreover, we are highly business-driven, meaning for example that students write their MBA thesis at a top company, working out an actual problem for that company, which can result in job offers while writing the thesis. 

Prospective students can choose one of these three MBA programmes:
A full-time (14 months) MBA programme aiming at students that want to take up more senior management positions.
A full-time (14 months) MBA and MA (double masters degree !) in International Business and Management in cooperation with Anglia Ruskin University of Cambridge (UK)
A new full-time (16 months) MBA in EurAsian Business and Management programme that will start in September 2009

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