Times Higher Education, the renowned publication read worldwide, has announced a list where recruiters can indicate the universities whose graduate students are the most popular to recruit. Nyenrode Business Universiteit occupies third position in the Netherlands on this ‘employability’ list.
When it comes to the business sector, digital transformation is not just a choice, but rather a necessity. That is what Dr. Ir. Wolter Lemstra reiterates, the core professor of Digital Strategy and Transformation – a course of the Modular Executive MBA in Business & IT. Lemstra: “At one point or another, every organization will have to face digital transformation. So the best approach is to be adequately prepared.”
All the complaints about alleged irregularities during a Nyenrode New Business School (NNBS) study trip to China in May of this year, have been found to be unjustified by an independent commission of inquiry chaired by Prof. Dr. Emile Kolthoff. The findings of the inquiry entirely clear NNBS director Anton Busselman and the two co-accused teachers.
Last Oct 12th, the new cohort of the full-time International MBA at Nyenrode officially kicked off. A very diverse group of talents representing countries such as Brazil, China, Mexico, Russia, India and many more, joined the recently revamped 1-year program.
The eagerly anticipated move to a new and exciting location in the heart of Amsterdam’s creative and entrepreneurial centre is an ambition waiting to be fulfilled. Comprising of 2,750m² of study space, this incredible building will inspire generations of students and staff who have made the decision to be part of Nyenrode New Business School’s future.
A date has been set for Nyenrode New Business School’s eagerly anticipated move from the Weteringschans 165 to the creative heartbeat of the city—Keizersgracht 279-287. Associate-Dean Gert Meijer says: “Although we would have liked to have started this academic year at The 5 Keizers, at NNBS we are very optimistic the move will take place at the beginning of 2014.”