Intensified course seeks to ease time and cost burden on students

The Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) at Erasmus University has announced it will shorten its current full-time International MBA from 15-months to 12 months. The next intake for the one-year program will happen in January 2010.

According to RSM, the amount of teaching and coursework will remain the same, but with a restructured elective system and the removal of the program's summer associateship. Costs will also be reduced. For more information, please visit the RSM website or their full FIND MBA directory listing.

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