Education, business placements, exchange programmes and practical research projects; they are all aimed at preparing our students for a career in international business. Real-life business cases provided by international companies are at the heart of many courses. They challenge our students to learn to act quickly and decisively, and to base their decisions on growing experience and healthy reflection.

  • Nick Lee, Professor of Marketing, reveals why a culture change is needed in sales if they are to get the best of new data analytics tools.
  • All bachelors’ programmes include periods of practical work experience and study or placement abroad.
  • Every course is relevant to the current climate and is relentlessly focused on what you can do, not just what you know.
  • All our lecturers and support staff speak English as well as many other languages.
  • On 6 October, join Peter Vogel and Peter Lorange to learn how transitioning from Family Business to Family Office can ensure the sustainability and cohesion of your family‚Äôs enterprise.

Shape a successful career in your specialist area of interest on our world-renowned postgraduate programmes. Each student at Rotterdam Business School is assigned a Study Career Coach at the start of their studies. This coach is will offer you personal guidance throughout your studies. They will help you to identify your strengths and weaknesses which may impact your study progress and will advise you on the best options to help you towards successful completion of your study programme. An online forum showcasing some of the leading-edge practices in management teaching and learning at the Schulich School of Business. The Business School Careers Centre aims to prepare and support business students and alumni to secure meaningful graduate employment.

MMgt Master of Management

Two year public universities, such as a community colleges, charge US$3,730 on average for in-state students, but these institutions usually do not offer Bachelors or MBA degrees. Private institutions in the United States all charge tuition, often considerably more than their public counterparts. The first business schools appeared in Europe in the eighteenth century and multiplied from the beginning of the nineteenth century.