The AMS Alumni Network
We believe that a strong alumni network boosts personal development, encourages innovative undertaking and inspires people to play an active role in society. We are convinced that open-minded alumni have an impact on today’s complex world.
President of the AMS Alumni Association, EMBA Alumnus 1973
A vibrant community powered by alumni
We have a vision to build an engaged, involved and active alumni knowledge community. Our Alumni Association is composed of 9 active groups that are managed by the alumni themselves, with the support of Antwerp Management School.
A meaningful community powered by the Executive Committee
The Antwerp Management School Alumni Executive Committee consists of the chairman and a representative of each alumni chapter. They are the bridge between the alumni, the program manager and the program faculty, mapping the needs of the alumni and initiating alumni activities.
Who is an AMS alumnus
If you completed a Master program, an open executive program or a customized program, you are part of the alumni community of Antwerp Management School, and you are definitely not alone. Currently, the Antwerp Management School alumni network includes over 24,000 men and women in more than 85 countries.
The alumni network offers a wide range of interesting activities. Whether you are hungry for knowledge or you are a social butterfly, whether you are an athlete or a CEO, we offer activities that will suit your taste. Discover below how you can stay active and get involved.
Do you have fresh ideas and are not afraid to roll up your sleeves? You are more than welcome to play an active role in the steering committee of one of our alumni chapters.
See what your fellow alumni are up to. We have many inspiring stories and interviews about the life journeys of our alumni.
Are you interested in mentoring a fellow Full –Time Master student on their path to the perfect job? Then don’t hesitate to sign up! The students are happy to get advice from fellow alumni.
Visit our alumni photo blog. You can also send us photos of your own alumni activities and be a part of our alumni community of global citizens.
Our bi-monthly newsletter keeps you updated on what is going on in our vibrant community. Reread our past newsletters here.
Do you want to be updated on new insights or developments in the field you studied? Please sign up for one of our many AMS & alumni events, seminars or keynotes. All our events offer preferential rates to all AMS alumni.
Our Past Events section gives you a glimpse of how active our network is. Photos and presentations are also available.
Subscribe to our Linkedin group and get exclusive AMS alumni information, including job postings.
As alumni, most of you don’t mind sharing our content with your networks. By subscribing to our ‘Share the Content’, you become an AMS ambassador and will occasionally receive (max. 2 per month) a ready-made social media message about AMS. Register now!
The Global Citizen Award
The Global Citizen Award is an important alumni event that is a true reflection of what the AMS Alumni Community stands for.
Baron Peter Piot
The AMS Global Citizen is a thought leader who has a universal view of the world in which we live today, and is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for mankind as a whole.
2015 Global Citizen
Director London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Professor Global Health
Baron Peter Piot
February 06, 2018 by Antwerp Management School
In our new blog series, Alumni Life Hacks, we ask one of our alumni how life is treating them after their time at AMS. How did they develop themselves, how is AMS still playing a role in their lives, what are their dreams for the future and what can they advise other alumni? For this edition, we…
June 02, 2017 by Antwerp Management School
Selling selfie sticks alongside your day job? It’s a lot more exciting than it sounds. Miguel…
May 31, 2017 by Jan Jacobs
At the end of June, AMS Master students graduate and at the ceremony we award an inspiring example…
How you as a government can intelligently influence European decision-making
April 27, 2017 by Gerdine Westland