MBA in Holland ??


smart

RSM is 6th in EU. why don't you compare it with Insead, IMD?
Your reply made me sad.....Poor quality. It is true.

RSM is 6th in EU. why don't you compare it with Insead, IMD?
Your reply made me sad.....Poor quality. It is true.
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Duncan

Insead and IMD are really wealthy private schools which have their pick of the cream for consulting (Insead) and Eurpean industry (IMD). RSM is not like that: it's part of a state university and is centred on its pre-experience MSc programme - unlike the top five of the top European business schools. I think there's a big gap between having the number 11 or 12 MBA/EMBA in Europe and being in the top five.

RSM is a great school, which deserves its rankings, but it is not able to magically produce a huge endowment, start charging market rates for its pre-experience MSc or reverse the desire of Dutch businesses to speak Dutch. I think those are unreasonable expectations.

Insead and IMD are really wealthy private schools which have their pick of the cream for consulting (Insead) and Eurpean industry (IMD). RSM is not like that: it's part of a state university and is centred on its pre-experience MSc programme - unlike the top five of the top European business schools. I think there's a big gap between having the number 11 or 12 MBA/EMBA in Europe and being in the top five.

RSM is a great school, which deserves its rankings, but it is not able to magically produce a huge endowment, start charging market rates for its pre-experience MSc or reverse the desire of Dutch businesses to speak Dutch. I think those are unreasonable expectations.
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RSM is 6th in EU. why don't you compare it with Insead, IMD?
Your reply made me sad.....Poor quality. It is true.


Hi Smart, I am very surprised by your comments. Poor quality? RSM Erasmus University has achieved the triple crown accreditation from the three international accrediting bodies of management education, AMBA, EQUIS, and AACSB. Only very good business schools in the world have acquired triple accreditation. This shows that RSM Erasmus University is in a top league.

The school is ranked amongst the leading business schools world wide by publications such as Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Business Week and The Economist. In addition, RSM Erasmus University is widely seen as an excellent business school in the Netherlands.

<blockquote>RSM is 6th in EU. why don't you compare it with Insead, IMD?
Your reply made me sad.....Poor quality. It is true.</blockquote>

Hi Smart, I am very surprised by your comments. Poor quality? RSM Erasmus University has achieved the triple crown accreditation from the three international accrediting bodies of management education, AMBA, EQUIS, and AACSB. Only very good business schools in the world have acquired triple accreditation. This shows that RSM Erasmus University is in a top league.

The school is ranked amongst the leading business schools world wide by publications such as Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Business Week and The Economist. In addition, RSM Erasmus University is widely seen as an excellent business school in the Netherlands.
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duttada18

Hi,
I am from India. I am in the process of applying to TiasNimbas. I have been interviewed by TiasNimbas and they are giving scholarship as well(don't know the amount as of now).
However, Can anyone please tell me about the reputation of this school and the reputation of the overall program? and What are the job prospects after completing the program?

Any information is welcome ...

Best Regards

Hi,
I am from India. I am in the process of applying to TiasNimbas. I have been interviewed by TiasNimbas and they are giving scholarship as well(don't know the amount as of now).
However, Can anyone please tell me about the reputation of this school and the reputation of the overall program? and What are the job prospects after completing the program?

Any information is welcome ...

Best Regards
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maubia

Do you plan to work in Holland after graduation? Be ready to learn dutch... I've been searching a job there via some job website/big corporate sites like Experteer, thesapjobboard.com, monster, Accenture, Ibm.. they all require dutch (fluent).. as well in Denmark (well sometimes here they ask for english and another nordic language), Belgium (even worse... they want french and dutch), Germany they require the local language.
Since I'm searching a job in IT (SAP), I suspect that it will be even worse in marketing, accounting, ecc: the only country where, sometimes, you can hope is Switzerland.

Maybe an mba from Insead, LSB, IMD could help you to break the language barriers... but with an mba from Tiasnimbas be ready to come back home.

Do you plan to work in Holland after graduation? Be ready to learn dutch... I've been searching a job there via some job website/big corporate sites like Experteer, thesapjobboard.com, monster, Accenture, Ibm.. they all require dutch (fluent).. as well in Denmark (well sometimes here they ask for english and another nordic language), Belgium (even worse... they want french and dutch), Germany they require the local language.
Since I'm searching a job in IT (SAP), I suspect that it will be even worse in marketing, accounting, ecc: the only country where, sometimes, you can hope is Switzerland.

Maybe an mba from Insead, LSB, IMD could help you to break the language barriers... but with an mba from Tiasnimbas be ready to come back home.
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