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Who is BSN?

Founded in 1988, Business School Netherlands (BSN) has grown into an international business school offering Action Learning MBA programmes and management training courses worldwide.

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About Business School Netherlands

We are Business School Netherlands (BSN), established in the Netherlands in 1988, a university of applied sciences recognised by the Minister of Education. We call ourselves a business school because our main courses, such as the Master in Business Administration (MBA), are usually based at a business school abroad.

What other people say about BSN

Thanks to my Action Learning MBA at Business School Netherlands, I have truly grown and become more of a business expert.

Esmee Rouwhof

Esmee Rouwhof

Relationship Manager for the Corporate Market for Arnhem & De Achterhoek at Liander.

Business School Netherlands has been instrumental in shaping me into a proficient problem solver and pragmatic entrepreneur.

Fasili Masalu Boniphace

Business Adviser, Coaching Success & Consulting Ltd

The Management and Leadership Course provides me with insight into my personal qualities and those of others.

Annemieke Krikke

Annemieke Krikke

Manager at Amerpoort

BSN's MBA trial lesson on Action Learning convinced me to choose the business school. Here, theory and practice truly come together!

Jeannette Vermeer

Jeannette Vermeer

Manager of Housing & Facilities at Philadelphia Care

You receive tools on how, as a leader, you can solidify your position more clearly and how to occupy it with greater strength and conviction.

Siebke Kaat

Siebke Kaat

Consultant and Trainer at Systemic Advice

I chose BSN's MBA because it's not only theoretical but also directly applicable to the projects you undertake within your own organisation.

Marlou Mulders

Marlou Mulders

Commercial Director at Prins Petfoods

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