Master in Management - Celebrating 30 years
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, …”
Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities
30 years ago the first MBA class started at RUCA. In 2001 the program changed into the Master in Management (MIM) at (U)AMS. 30 classes and 770 alumni later the program is still attracting young talents to become the managers of the future.
Time for a celebration!
Join us on 20 April @ 5:00 PM for the festive kick off the the MIM 30 year celebration. We have put together a whole year of festivities for all MBA / MIM alumni, packed with surprises and fun and interesting events.
We look forward to welcoming you!
What to Expect?
Register before 5 April and receive a free gift shipped to your home.
A sneak preview of what this festive year has in store for you (no it's not all online events ;-))
A Trip Down Memory Lane
A trip down memory lane with former Program Manager Wim.
Inspiring talks by top professors Jamie Anderson and Koen Vandenbempt.
Networking with Fellow Alumni
A nice reunion with former study mates during the networking moments.
Location: This event will take place online
Price: This event is free of charge and for MIM alumni, Staff and faculty
17:00: Welcome by Ellen Verschooren, MIM Alumna (host)
17:05: A short history of the program by Wim Van Driessen, Former MIM Program Manager
17:15: Give to be great by Prof. Jamie Anderson, Professor of Strategic Management at Antwerp Management School, and Visiting Professor at INSEAD
17:35: Network moment by class in group or 1 on 1
18:00: Thriving in the Post-Corona world. Some key Challenges for Organizations by Prof. Koen Vandenbempt, Former MIM Professor and Academic Director, current Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics at UAntwerp
18:25: Networking part 2
18:45: Announcement of the MIM 30 year activities by Ellen Verschooren, MIM Alumna (host)
- Anouk Verniers (2018 – 2019)
- David Ooms (2004 – 2005)
- David Van Damme (2006 - 2007)
- David Roelants (2001 – 2002)
- Ellen Verschooren (2002 – 2003)
- Jef Sprengers (2019 – 2020)