New Executive MBA in Food & Agribusiness to Launch in the Netherlands

Tias Business School and Wageningen University & Research have joined forces to offer a two-year executive MBA.

Tias Business School will add to its two existing Executive MBA programs next fall with an Executive MBA in Food & Agribusiness, run in collaboration with Wageningen University & Research.

Tias is the business school of Tilburg University and the Eindhoven University of Technology.

The EMBA, with the first students set to begin in September 2017, will offer those in the food and agriculture sector the chance to professionalize with strategic management skills designed for their industry.

The two-year program will combine an academic program with a personal leadership program that allows students to undertake a project within their current position. The program ends with a capstone project, giving students the opportunity to present their work on a demanding project.

More information on the program is available on the business school's website.


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