With 60 years of experience, Maastricht School of Management has been the global player in management education. It is one of the oldest, largest and most international school in Netherlands offering programs in Maastricht and other locations around the world.
"Accredited by 4 international institutions, AMBA, ACBSP, IACBE, and NVAO, the programs offered are Full-time MBA, Online MBA, Executive MBA, Master in Management, MSc programs in Management and Engineering, Doctoral programs (BA, PhD), and Executive Education in different specializations. Other than that, they also offer several certificate and diploma based executive programs which can be tailored according to the needs of the participants, specifically designed to help participants deal with the market’s challenges nowadays. As an established global player, they are aware of the global changes and what the management education needs to deliver. They believe that it is important to be constantly in touch, constantly innovating and always understanding the fundamental challenges and opportunities that managers, entrepreneurs and other decision-makers face in order to provide quality and relevance in their education system. MSM contributes to their students’ career by improving their intercultural communication skills, formulating creative and original ideas, formulating ethical judgments, and knowledge of main functional areas of management. The quality, multicultural environment, wide-range of specializations, excellent reputation, and how the MBA programs fit career plans have attracted thousands of students to obtain the degree at MSM. Approximately 1000 students graduate each year and hold leading positions in business, governments, and academia. Some of their achievements are being ranked as the runner up in the Netherlands and #11 in Europe according to Eduniversal’s 2015 Best Masters ranking for the MBA programme, being one of the three nominees for the Nuffice Orange Carpet Award in 2014 and was a finalist for the 2014 Association of MBA’s innovation award."