RSM Erasmus Unviversity has won this year’s Best Marketing Practise Award from the London-based Association of MBAs. The award-winning essay submission, entitled “Behind Every Good Woman is a Great MBA”, was written in response to one of the potential categories of this year’s competition, “Implementing an International MBA Recruitment Campaign”.
Kit-Yee (Kitty) Man is a 5th-year master's student of International Economics and Finance at Tilburg University. In summer 2005, she participated in the Miss Hong Kong Beauty Pageant, was selected as a semi-finalist (top 10) in the competition and was voted 3rd by the public.
Leiden University Honours Programme 2005-2006 offers thirteen honours classes in different fields of study. Each Honours Class consists of twelve lectures held in English that include the active participation of the students attending.
A doubling of the number of Honours Classes and advanced plans for more extensive Honours tracks/programmes. Never before has Leiden University given so much consideration to the gifted student.
Yevgeny Krivolapov (Russian, intake Sepetmber 2005), Procurement Director Smith Eurasia, tells why he chose the EURO-MBA programme.
The University Twente (the Netherlands), the Nijmegen School of Management (the Netherlands), in collaboration Humbold University (Germany) and University Toulouse 1 (France), has taken the initiative to create a PhD Network for people working in business.