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MBA in the Netherlands

Looking for an MBA in the Netherlands? More than just canals and windmills, the Netherlands is home to some world-class MBA programs.

Why pursue an MBA in the Netherlands?

There are many regions why international students would want to do an MBA in the Netherlands. One reason is that there are several internationally-accredited business schools in the Netherlands that deliver high-quality MBA programs in English. Also, the Dutch economy is quite strong,...

Looking for an MBA in the Netherlands? More than just canals and windmills, the Netherlands is home to some world-class MBA programs.

Why pursue an MBA in the Netherlands?

There are many regions why international students would want to do an MBA in the Netherlands. One reason is that there are several internationally-accredited business schools in the Netherlands that deliver high-quality MBA programs in English. Also, the Dutch economy is quite strong, with industries like shipping and agriculture in good shape. The Dutch culture is also quite open and welcoming to international students. The majority of the people in the country can and do converse in English, although studying in the Netherlands is a good way to pick up some Dutch. And finally, for those who are a fan of alternative transportation, the Netherlands, with its many bike-friendly cities, is a great place to be.

What kind of MBAs are available in the Netherlands?

Many business schools in the Netherlands offer general MBA programs, where students can study all aspects of business and management. Some Dutch schools also offer specialized MBA programs, in topics like supply chain management, finance, and business analytics, among others. While most of the Netherlands' internationally-accredited business schools programs offer full-time MBA programs, some others offer part-time programs and other flexible options.

What careers are available to graduates of MBA programs in the Netherlands?

Many job options await students who gradate with MBA degrees from business schools in the Netherlands. Some students opt to stay in the Netherlands after graduating, gravitating to international cities such as Amsterdam, the Hague, or Rotterdam, for example. Other students go on to other countries in Europe, and some end up elsewhere. Popular post-MBA industries in the Netherlands include consumer products, consulting, technology, financial services, and healthcare, among others.

See below for a complete list of MBA programs in the Netherlands.

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Looking for an MBA in the Netherlands? More than just canals and windmills, the Netherlands is home to some world-class MBA programs.

Why pursue an MBA in the Netherlands?

There are many regions why international students would want to do an MBA in the Netherlands. One reason is that there are several internationally-accredited business schools in the Netherlands that deliver high-quality MBA programs in English. Also, the Dutch economy is quite strong,...

Looking for an MBA in the Netherlands? More than just canals and windmills, the Netherlands is home to some world-class MBA programs.

Why pursue an MBA in the Netherlands?

There are many regions why international students would want to do an MBA in the Netherlands. One reason is that there are several internationally-accredited business schools in the Netherlands that deliver high-quality MBA programs in English. Also, the Dutch economy is quite strong, with industries like shipping and agriculture in good shape. The Dutch culture is also quite open and welcoming to international students. The majority of the people in the country can and do converse in English, although studying in the Netherlands is a good way to pick up some Dutch. And finally, for those who are a fan of alternative transportation, the Netherlands, with its many bike-friendly cities, is a great place to be.

What kind of MBAs are available in the Netherlands?

Many business schools in the Netherlands offer general MBA programs, where students can study all aspects of business and management. Some Dutch schools also offer specialized MBA programs, in topics like supply chain management, finance, and business analytics, among others. While most of the Netherlands' internationally-accredited business schools programs offer full-time MBA programs, some others offer part-time programs and other flexible options.

What careers are available to graduates of MBA programs in the Netherlands?

Many job options await students who gradate with MBA degrees from business schools in the Netherlands. Some students opt to stay in the Netherlands after graduating, gravitating to international cities such as Amsterdam, the Hague, or Rotterdam, for example. Other students go on to other countries in Europe, and some end up elsewhere. Popular post-MBA industries in the Netherlands include consumer products, consulting, technology, financial services, and healthcare, among others.

See below for a complete list of MBA programs in the Netherlands.

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All MBA Programs in the Netherlands

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Rotterdam, Netherlands 70 Followers 204 Discussions
RSM Rotterdam “Located in the heart of Europe, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) offers an exceptional combination of top-rated international faculty, leading research and a genuine connection with global business. You will upgrade your employability worldwide as you focus on diversity, critical thinking, innovation and sustainability. ”

Full-Time: International MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Global Executive OneMBA, Cologne-Rotterdam Executive MBA more…

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Amsterdam, Netherlands 24 Followers 22 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA, MBA in Big Data and Business Analytics, MBA Healthcare Management more…

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Maastricht, Netherlands 24 Followers 29 Discussions
MSM Founded in 1952, Maastricht School of Management is one of the oldest and most international business schools in the Netherlands. MSM offers internationally accredited MBA programs - full-time MBA, part-time Executive MBA, Online MBA - and Master in Management degrees, and many shorter professional and executive courses. MSM maintained its European Tier One MBA ranking in the 2019 CEO Magazine Global MBA Ranking.

Full-Time: Full-Time MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA more…

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Amsterdam, Netherlands 19 Followers 30 Discussions
Nyenrode Nyenrode is the only private research university in The Netherlands, created by leaders of companies like Philips, Shell, Unilever, KLM and more. Nyenrode offers Masters & MBA programs in two locations: Amsterdam; in the heart of the city, next to the historic canals and surrounded by companies such as Booking.com, Netflix and Rituals and Breukelen; located 25 km away from Amsterdam at a historical state with full-size campus and a castle from the 13th century.

Full-Time: Full-time MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Modular Executive MBA in Business & IT, Modular Executive MBA in Public & Private, Modular Executive MBA in Business & Sustai... more…

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Tilburg, Netherlands 18 Followers 72 Discussions
Tias “At Tias Business School, we take pride in supporting the development of your leadership talents, giving you that professional edge for success that you desire. New style leadership that is the underlying theme of our MBA programme. We aim to prepare you to become the type of leader that today’s business world demands: diverse, adaptive, receptive and inspiring. Is Tias Business School for you? We think you owe it to yourself to find out. We sincerely invite you to contact us so we can arrange f...

Full-Time: Full-Time MBA more…

Executive MBA: IMM Global Executive MBA, Executive MBA, Executive MBA in Food and Agribusiness more…

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Maastricht, Netherlands 13 Followers 21 Discussions

Part-Time: Euro MBA more…

Executive MBA: The MaastrichtMBA more…

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Heerlen, Netherlands 2 Followers 3 Discussions

Executive MBA: Euro MBA more…

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The Hague, Netherlands 6 Followers 3 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

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Leiden, Netherlands 4 Followers 3 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

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Hilversum, Netherlands 1 Follower 0 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA in Lean Management, MBA, MBA in Business Information Management, MBA for Controllers, MBA in Education Management more…

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Amsterdam Z.O., Netherlands 5 Followers 9 Discussions

Distance Learning: MBA more…

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Rotterdam, Netherlands 3 Followers 4 Discussions

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