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According to Dutch magazine Management Team (issue 18, May 2007), Nyenrode’s MBA program is the most desired among the respondents of the regular MT readers’ panel.


The university in Breukelen plans to perform research into the operation of professional service providers and the demands imposed on the sector by economic developments.


Nyenrode Business Universiteit and European Pilot Selection & Training (EPST) have developed a program intended specifically for pilots. The objective of this Basic Management Training (BMT) for upcoming or recently graduated pilots is to give them a better understanding of the management within an airline to clarify how airline companies are run.


Nyenrode students score highest among Dutch students in emotional intelligence (EQ). This is shown by results from the Q-Master test by Nobiles magazine.


At least one student from each current and candidate member state of the European Union in the coming year. That is the ambition of the Nyenrode Business Universiteit, the Netherlands business school that celebrates its sixtieth anniversary this year.



Nyenrode students spend an average of 57 hours per week studying. This is the result of feedback that the university regularly asks from its students.