Paul van der Kwaak, current BSc in Business Administration student shares his experience during Dies Parentes and Dies Siblings; events organized to share with the Nyenrode experience with the families of our students
Ruud Huirne has been appointed new core lecturer for the Global Food Economy module, part of the Modular MBA in Food & Innovation. Program director Henk Kievit is pleased about the appointment: “We are proud that Ruud Huirne is core lecturer for this module. With his broad background, experience and vision, he brings a great deal that participants can learn from.” Huirne is director Food & Agri at Rabobank and is convinced that the Netherlands can play an important role in the global food economy.
As an alumnus, after graduation you have a connection with Nyenrode, your alma mater, for the rest of your life. But even after death, alumni can keep that connection alive and in doing so have a lasting effect by contributing to Nyenrode.
As they indicated in previous years as well, the students of Nyenrode Business Universiteit are very satisfied with their degree programs. In the 2017 edition of the National Student Survey conducted by Studiekeuze123 annually, students rated Nyenrode far above the national average for universities in the Netherlands. The BSc in Business Administration started last year scored the highest with a 4.7 out of 5.
Victor van Leijsen, current Bachelor of Science in Business Administration student, is not your average Nyenrodian. Though Victor will be part of the first BScBA graduating class, he will not be the first Van Leijsen to graduate from Nyenrode. Read on to discover how Victor is following his father's, Bas van Leijsen (BBA 1983), footsteps as a Nyenrodian.
From September 2017 Nyenrode Business Universiteit will run its full-time MBA program from central Amsterdam, in order to better integrate students with the European business community. The university’s flagship programme will be located at De Vijf Keijzers, a complex situated on the iconic Emperors Canal (Keizersgracht).