Dutch business schools team up

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Six of the Netherlands’ leading business schools have joined forces to found an association to promote their interests.

The Dutch Association of University Business Schools plans to connect its members’ networks of alumni. It will also look into the career development of alumni.

This is the first time that Dutch schools have initiated a joint venture which focuses on both quality improvement and the common interests. The association will also co-operate closely with the European Foundation for Management Development, based in Brussels.

The members are: Rotterdam School of Management; TiasNimbas Business School; University Maastricht Business School; TSM Business School; Nyenrode Business University and Academische Opleidingen Groningen.

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