Are you a manager or management trainee considering studying an International
MBA next year? Are you looking for a scholarship?
Business School Netherlands registrations are open for September 2015.
Study our "flagship' Action Learning MBA programme and select between one of
our Majors: Food Security, Water, or Sexuality and Reproductive Health and Rights.
Depending on your needs, consider this 24 month MBA that boasts an Action
Learning approach and two international conferences at our main campus in the
Netherlands, whilst you focus on implementing real-time projects and solutions within
Together with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Nuffic Netherlands
Fellowship Programmes (NFP) candidates can apply at Business School Netherlands
for the International Action Learning MBA, NFP-qualified course.
The core courses covered by our MBA include:
Human Resources Management/>
Information Management & Internet Strategy/>
International Management />
(All courses form part of the MBA programme and cannot be done on an individual
The three Majors (Food Security, Water, and Sexuality and Reproductive Health and
Rights) will be delivered in co-operation with other top providers such as the
University of Wageningen (NL), Delft University of Technology (NL) and Save the
Children (UK). Following each international conference, students can look forward to
working on their Action Learning Projects within their own organisations as well as
other forms of evaluation.
Entry requirements as follows:
To be eligible for an NFP scholarship, applicants will first need to be admitted to
the International Action Learning MBA programme offered by Business School
Netherlands. Applicants need to be working as a manager or management trainee
whist living in one of the 51 NFP countries, such as South Africa. Applicants need to
hold (an equivalent of) a Bachelor's degree or higher certificate, have a minimum of 2
years relevant post graduate work experience, have approval from their organisation
to do research and execute assignments, have internet and email access.
Should English not be your mother tongue or the language used during your
undergraduate studies, you will require a minimum pass mark for a TOEFL which is
550 (paper); 213 (computer) or 79/80 (internet based) or IELTS 6.0.
If a candidate meets with the entry criteria of both Nuffic and the
Dutch institution and is considered, the NFP scholarship will cover the following:
Two international flights/>
Hotel accommodation and airport transfers during each conference/>
E-learning facilities including virtual class environment and coaching by industry
Consider Business School Netherlands as your International MBA provider for 2015
as you look forward to improving your knowledge and skills to be able to operate now
and in the near future as a responsible and capable manager within strategic
positions in profit and non-profit organisations.