AMBA Accreditation granted

AMBA (Association of MBAs) is the only global accreditation organization accrediting specifically MBA programmes. End March an AMBA committee visited the School of Business and Economics to assess the MaastrichtMBA.

In August we received the delighting news that we have earned re-accreditation for three years. In their assessment report the committee specifically highlighted the collegiate and supportive atmosphere found at the school and the enthusiasm and commitment of the MBA faculty to their students. Further, the committee stressed that the faculty speaks with conviction of their disciplines and has a shared understanding of the MBA journey. They also perceived the programme as transformational and value for money.

We are very proud that the MaastrichtMBA, the School of Business and Economics offers, is recognized and assessed extremely well by the external. The continuous joint effort of MBA faculty, MBA students and alumni as well as the administrative staff creates a co-operative learning environment allowing people to develop. BIG KISSES to all who have contributed to and supported the MBA in the last three years. We are more than happy to share this success with you.

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