Maastricht School of Management

The Maastricht School of Management (MSM) is a management school in Maastricht, the Netherlands. On 20 May 2022, the Maastricht School of Management board agreed to its integration into Maastricht University. From 1 September 2022 MSM will be one of UM's six faculties within the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE). MSM's activities in the fields of education, research, and capacity building will continue as part of University of Maastricht.

Maastricht School of Management (MSM)
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Motto"Working together for better global management"
TypePrivate, not-for-profit institution
Established1952
ChairmanLéon Frissen
Supervisory BoardFrans Tummers, Monique Caubo, Jeroen Jansen, Frans Weekers
Students2000
Location,
50°50′15″N 5°42′57″E / 50.8374°N 5.7159°E / 50.8374; 5.7159Coordinates: 50°50′15″N 5°42′57″E / 50.8374°N 5.7159°E / 50.8374; 5.7159
AffiliationsAMBA, NVAO, ACBSP, IACBE, ATHEA
Websitewww.msm.nl
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ProgramsEdit

 
Graduates of MSM in Maastricht

MSM offers accredited programs in Maastricht and in collaboration with partner institutions in a number of countries across the world. Core programs are the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Executive MBA (EMBA), and Doctor of Business Administration (DBA).[1] Furthermore, the School offers Master of Science (MSc), Master in Management, Online MBA and a range of executive programs.

AccreditationsEdit

All the degree programs of MSM are subject to the standards set by the following international accrediting bodies: AMBA, IACBE and ACBSP.

All the degree and non-degree programs of MSM are subject to the standards set by the international accrediting body: ATHEA.

All MSc / MBA programs of MSM offered in the Netherlands are subject to NVAO accreditation.

ProjectsEdit

The school engages in development projects involving the public and private sectors in collaboration with international development agencies and donor organizations.[2] It is also recognized by the Chinese government.[3] MSM is in partnership with the Nanjing University Business School.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bickerstaffe, G. 2007. Which MBA?: Making the Right Choice of Executive Education : Incorporating which Executive Course? 19th Ed. Pearson Education. ISBN 0273714414
  2. ^ Projects and Consultancies
  3. ^ Chinese government recognition Archived 2012-10-10 at the Wayback Machine

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