Are you passionate about learning in the workplace? Do you see the benefits of personal development for both individuals and businesses? And would you like to know more about how knowledge creation can keep companies competitive? Then Learning and Development in Organisations might be the perfect programme for you. It combines elements from economics, business, human resource management and learning sciences. You'll have the competencies you need to work in human resources, more specifically Human Resource Development. Upon graduation, you'll have all the knowledge and skills for a career as Learning and Development professional.
We understand that in these uncertain times it is difficult to assess what the new academic year will look like. These uncertainties logically raise many questions: How about safety in Maastricht and the Netherlands? What will education look like at SBE? What can I expect from student life? We can't give a conclusive answers to all these questions, but we can try to help you as best we can. Please visit the following page to learn more about the educational format for the first two periods, the safety in Maastricht or the introduction days. We look forward to welcoming you on campus!
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Our MSc. Learning and Development in Organisations programme challenges you to think about supporting Learning & Development in an international business environment and to find effective, sustainable, and potentially far-reaching solutions. The programme gives you the opportunity to participate in a community of learners where students, staff, alumni and business partners share and create knowledge on this topic.
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