Rosa worked hard to build a successful career within medical science. Though, in the summer of 2018 she decided to change course, trading an academic hospital setting for a full-time MBA at Nyenrode in Amsterdam. Rosa: ‘I would rather create the protocols than implement them.’
The 2018 Financial Times European Business School Ranking has been published. As expected, Nyenrode Business Universiteit has slipped in the overall ranking of European Business Schools, falling from 38th place in 2017 to 51st out of 95 institutions in 2018. The university believes the reason for this result is clear: it is a consequence of a one-time lack of responses from graduates in 2014, which factors into the ranking.
This young entrepreneur had to leave Syria due to the civil war. Now he has been living In the Netherlands for 4 our years. With the sponsorship from the university, he was able to pursue the Full-Time MBA program at Nyenrode Amsterdam. Now he is graduated and ready for his next adventure: to start-up his own company!
Last 24 May, Nyenrode Amsterdam hosted its annual Network Event aimed at bringing Bachelor and MBA students even closer to the business community. The event included workshops on growth hacking, personal branding and networking opportunities.
From June 2nd until June 4th, Nyenrode held its second International Business Game for the full-time MBA program. This time in cooperation with the Dutch company Inzentiz. During this three day event, potential students from different countries not only participated in an intensive real-life business case, but also attended an interactive Strategic Finance lecture by Prof. Dr. Dennis Vink.