Part time MBA in Netherlands


AJain01

Hi, I am looking for a reputed Part time MBA course (English) in The Netherlands. I am already employed with a multinational at middle level management in The Netherlands. Could you suggest a course which in your view fulfils criterion of a good MBA?

Hi, I am looking for a reputed Part time MBA course (English) in The Netherlands. I am already employed with a multinational at middle level management in The Netherlands. Could you suggest a course which in your view fulfils criterion of a good MBA?
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Duncan

There are five part-time MBAs in the Netherlands with international accreditation: http://www.find-mba.com/search/8cebb0f7/1

There are five part-time MBAs in the Netherlands with international accreditation: http://www.find-mba.com/search/8cebb0f7/1
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mba hipste...

There are only really a couple options:

The Amsterdam MBA at the University of Amsterdam. With this program, you're basically looking at two years of evening classes (twice a week, in Amsterdam of course.)

TiasNimbus: you can do this one either in Tilburg (with modules once a month, usually on the weekend), or in Utrecht (classes are held one day a week.)

Euro MBA: This is more of a blended program, with residential weeks mixed with online modules. You'd have to plan on doing a lot more traveling, since other residentials are held in France, Spain, Germany and Poland.

Hope this helps!

There are only really a couple options:

The Amsterdam MBA at the University of Amsterdam. With this program, you're basically looking at two years of evening classes (twice a week, in Amsterdam of course.)

TiasNimbus: you can do this one either in Tilburg (with modules once a month, usually on the weekend), or in Utrecht (classes are held one day a week.)

Euro MBA: This is more of a blended program, with residential weeks mixed with online modules. You'd have to plan on doing a lot more traveling, since other residentials are held in France, Spain, Germany and Poland.

Hope this helps!
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maubia

There are only really a couple options:

The Amsterdam MBA at the University of Amsterdam. With this program, you're basically looking at two years of evening classes (twice a week, in Amsterdam of course.)

TiasNimbus: you can do this one either in Tilburg (with modules once a month, usually on the weekend), or in Utrecht (classes are held one day a week.)

Euro MBA: This is more of a blended program, with residential weeks mixed with online modules. You'd have to plan on doing a lot more traveling, since other residentials are held in France, Spain, Germany and Poland.

Hope this helps!


why not to mention RSM (executive and ONEMBA) and Nyenrode?

<blockquote>There are only really a couple options:

The Amsterdam MBA at the University of Amsterdam. With this program, you're basically looking at two years of evening classes (twice a week, in Amsterdam of course.)

TiasNimbus: you can do this one either in Tilburg (with modules once a month, usually on the weekend), or in Utrecht (classes are held one day a week.)

Euro MBA: This is more of a blended program, with residential weeks mixed with online modules. You'd have to plan on doing a lot more traveling, since other residentials are held in France, Spain, Germany and Poland.

Hope this helps!</blockquote>

why not to mention RSM (executive and ONEMBA) and Nyenrode?
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AJain01

Yes, I am also curious about RSM.

Yes, I am also curious about RSM.
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maubia

Yes, I am also curious about RSM.

ask to the school if you want details... RSM's team is very great.

By the way I can send you some details more if you want. I'm in contact with one exec. student currently living in my country.

<blockquote>Yes, I am also curious about RSM. </blockquote>
ask to the school if you want details... RSM's team is very great.

By the way I can send you some details more if you want. I'm in contact with one exec. student currently living in my country.
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ezra

A lot of good programs being mentioned here. One thing to note is that these programs are aimed at various audiences, and it would mainly depend on the number of years of work experience you have as to which you should apply for.

The OneMBA program, for example, tends to draw a more executive cohort, with the average work experience of about 15 years.

The RSM EMBA and TiasNimbus programs tend to draw those with about 9-10 years of experience.

For the Amsterdam MBA, it's a bit lower (about 7 years.)

A lot of good programs being mentioned here. One thing to note is that these programs are aimed at various audiences, and it would mainly depend on the number of years of work experience you have as to which you should apply for.

The OneMBA program, for example, tends to draw a more executive cohort, with the average work experience of about 15 years.

The RSM EMBA and TiasNimbus programs tend to draw those with about 9-10 years of experience.

For the Amsterdam MBA, it's a bit lower (about 7 years.)
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AJain01

Thanks for all the replies and this fantastic analysis. I also see a program at Rotterdam Business School. Any information about it? Will highly appreciate it.

Thanks for all the replies and this fantastic analysis. I also see a program at Rotterdam Business School. Any information about it? Will highly appreciate it.
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Duncan

It's the country's top business school. Tale a look at http://www.find-mba.com/university/693/rsm-rotterdam-school-of-management/discussions

It's the country's top business school. Tale a look at http://www.find-mba.com/university/693/rsm-rotterdam-school-of-management/discussions
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mba hipste...

Thanks for all the replies and this fantastic analysis. I also see a program at Rotterdam Business School. Any information about it? Will highly appreciate it.

Keep in mind that Rotterdam Business School is different from Rotterdam School of Management, which Duncan kindly provided the link for.

Rotterdam Business School does offer a part-time MBA program, but I wouldn't group it with the other programs mentioned in this thread, as it is does not hold accreditation from one of the reputable international accreditation organizations (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA).

However, Rotterdam Business School is part of Hogeschool (University of Applied Sciences) Rotterdam - which is a respected school nationally. So the MBA might work for a certain class of domestic student. However, it certainly won't have the same international visibility as RSM - Erasmus or the other programs listed above.

<blockquote>Thanks for all the replies and this fantastic analysis. I also see a program at Rotterdam Business School. Any information about it? Will highly appreciate it.</blockquote>
Keep in mind that Rotterdam Business School is different from Rotterdam School of Management, which Duncan kindly provided the link for.

Rotterdam Business School does offer a part-time MBA program, but I wouldn't group it with the other programs mentioned in this thread, as it is does not hold accreditation from one of the reputable international accreditation organizations (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA).

However, Rotterdam Business School is part of Hogeschool (University of Applied Sciences) Rotterdam - which is a respected school nationally. So the MBA might work for a certain class of domestic student. However, it certainly won't have the same international visibility as RSM - Erasmus or the other programs listed above.
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AJain01

Hi Hipster, Could you elaborate more on Euro MBA? Being distance learning course, Is it really reputed and recognized? Is it comparable with regular MBAs? Thanks for all your valuable comments.

Hi Hipster, Could you elaborate more on Euro MBA? Being distance learning course, Is it really reputed and recognized? Is it comparable with regular MBAs? Thanks for all your valuable comments.
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mba hipste...

In terms of format and cohort, the Euro MBA is really more of an executive MBA than an MBA. So you see more people who want to move up within their current organization, rather than career switchers. You also see people who want a more global experience than doing a traditional MBA program.

Also: It's not a pure distance learning course, but rather a blended one, with residential sessions.

In terms of format and cohort, the Euro MBA is really more of an executive MBA than an MBA. So you see more people who want to move up within their current organization, rather than career switchers. You also see people who want a more global experience than doing a traditional MBA program.

Also: It's not a pure distance learning course, but rather a blended one, with residential sessions.
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maubia

I talked some days ago with an italian student (living and working in Italy) who is attending RSM executive mba. She has rated the experience really high and described it as challenging.
The whole course is based on case studies (but there's also a solid theory) and there is a good interaction among students (the cohort is international in the sense that there are lots of indians most currently living in The Netherlands) even if latin side is sometimes in trouble

I talked some days ago with an italian student (living and working in Italy) who is attending RSM executive mba. She has rated the experience really high and described it as challenging.
The whole course is based on case studies (but there's also a solid theory) and there is a good interaction among students (the cohort is international in the sense that there are lots of indians most currently living in The Netherlands) even if latin side is sometimes in trouble
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ralph

RSM's EMBA program is good. Because of the program's format (every other Friday/Saturday) a lot of students live elsewhere and then fly in for classes.

It's also a little less expensive than the lower-ranked Nyenrode EMBA program.

RSM's EMBA program is good. Because of the program's format (every other Friday/Saturday) a lot of students live elsewhere and then fly in for classes.

It's also a little less expensive than the lower-ranked Nyenrode EMBA program.
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maubia

RSM's EMBA program is good. Because of the program's format (every other Friday/Saturday) a lot of students live elsewhere and then fly in for classes.

It's also a little less expensive than the lower-ranked Nyenrode EMBA program.


Well, Nyenrode normally offers good scholarships

<blockquote>RSM's EMBA program is good. Because of the program's format (every other Friday/Saturday) a lot of students live elsewhere and then fly in for classes.

It's also a little less expensive than the lower-ranked Nyenrode EMBA program.</blockquote>

Well, Nyenrode normally offers good scholarships
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