'The programme turned out to be incredibly practical and autonomous'
Mauricio Vallejo Isaza (Colombia) - Entrepreneurship and Innovation
'I choose the University of Amsterdam because it is one of the few highly ranked European universities that has a Master’s degree focused in business, innovation and entrepreneurship. The programme turned out to be incredibly practical and autonomous. Having significant work experience has helped me to value the knowledge I gain from each course and it gives me a different perspective onto applying what I am learning.'
'An advantage of studying in Amsterdam is the easiness of the language. Everyone at the Amsterdam Business School has at least a good level of English, which makes team work and work assignments really interesting. Amsterdam is a multicultural place so you get to know people from all around the world and the city is just amazing. There are also tons of cultural and life style activities, from sports, to fine dining and drinking.'
'My intentions are to finish my Master's and settle here in the Netherlands. Get a good job before getting my degree and take a shot at successfully achieving my entrepreneurial ideas.'