Nyenrode Business University has announced plans to relocate its Full-Time MBA program to Amsterdam, according to a press release issued by the school.
Beginning this September, students pursuing Nyenrode's MBA will be studying on the banks of the Emperor's Canal, which is located in central Amsterdam.
According to the school, the move will help "better integrate students with the European business community."
It will also put students in closer contact with potential jobs in the capital city of the Netherlands. “There will be more jobs for highly educated people which is an attractive prospect for those living in the Netherlands, and for people who would like to move to this region,” says Miša Dzoljic, Rector Magnificus of Nyenrode.
Nyenrode's home campus is situated in Breukelen, which is around 30 kilometers from Amsterdam - or an hour and a half by bike.
The program promises to create competition for Amsterdam Business School, which runs a triple-accredited Full-Time MBA in the city.
For more information, please see Nyenrode Business University's MBA webpage.
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