Business School Netherlands continues to add to its past successes in 2016 as the Action Learning business school celebrates a high overall rating in the recent CEO Magazine 2016 Global MBA Rankings where the International Action Learning MBA scored high in all categories, achieving a Tier One ranking.

The CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings was conducted with applicants in mind, and examined the nuts and bolts of an MBA: the learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender make-up and more. The objective was simple: to identify business schools which marry exceptional quality with great ROI.

“We are thrilled with this outcome as we share this Tier with other prestigious European business schools such as IESE Business School, ESADE and Brunel Business School. Business School Netherlands continually aims to offer postgraduate programmes to students worldwide which marry the qualities of exceptional quality and great ROI. Having achieved a Tier One ranking for our “flagship” MBA programme, Business School Netherlands is yet again adding another badge of honour to its long list of successes,” said Head of English Programmes, Juanita Bouwer (MBA).

This builds upon our previous achievements of triple accreditation in 2014 and over 20 years of holding the CEDEO stamp of approval for excellent customer satisfaction.

Furthermore, in January 2016, Business School Netherlands became a founding member of a new accreditation body, the Association for Transnational Higher Education Accreditation (ATHEA), making a real difference in higher education, not only in Europe, but throughout the world. This accreditation body is a voluntary, non-governmental, membership association that is dedicated to quality assurance and improvement through accreditation via peer evaluation.

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