Small class sizes, a strong team and network orientation set the Amsterdam MBA apart.
In the course Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability, MBA student teams explored business cases related to real-life ethical situations, corporate responsibility practices and sustainability innovations under the guidance of VodafoneZiggo business owners.
We give yo the option to study full-time or part-time, so you can choose what fits you best. The full-time MBA takes 12 months, offers 15 hours per week of scheduled class time and starts in September. The part-time MBA takes 24 moths, offers 7 hours of scheduled class time and also starts in September.
The MBA core programme consists of 4 clusters evolving around key management subjects:
Together they address the key challenges for future leaders in business and society.
The Amsterdam Leadership programme is part of our MBA. It is your personal coaching programme supporting you in your personal leadership journey.
With our international study trip we offer you the opportunity to experience business execution in an emerging market.
With your in-company project you develop your consulting skills in a self-selected company environment.
The pre-Master MBA is for MBA applicants with a degree from a university of applied sciences.
Small class sizes underpin our programme’s success. Each year’s cohort comprises around 25 students, with a maximum of 5 per group for team projects. This intimate learning environment allows you to interact fully with fellow students and peers. Maximising learning potential and fostering a sense of investment and inclusion.
Learn from both your instructors with in-depth industry experience and a world-class academic reputation and from your international and motivated classmates. All with highly diversified industry backgrounds.
Alumnus Yasemin Oruc: 'I have been truly able to expand my knowledge as well as develop my personal profile. This mainly due to the great dynamic within the group, the balance in the course outline and the tremendous effort the professors have given.'