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November 26, 2020

High-tech brain research for more adaptable employees

AMS and HR service provider Acerta are working together on high-tech brain research into the adaptability of employees, one of the most sought-after professional skills these days. Based on the results, partner Acerta will provide tools with which organizations can measure and improve adaptability as an HR factor.

November 20, 2020

Prof. Ann Verhetsel becomes new Academic Director of the Master Real Estate (MRE)

Prof. Ann Verhetsel becomes the new Academic Director of the Master Real Estate (MRE) program at Antwerp Management School (AMS).

October 29, 2020

AMS Executive MBA maintains its number one position in Belgium

Antwerp Management School is once more included in the Financial Times Worldwide Top 100 Ranking for Executive MBAs and was ranked 55th. This puts the program in first place in Belgium. The ranking was published on Monday October 26th on the FT website, and is based on data requested by the Financial Times from both business schools and alumni.

October 29, 2020

SDG awareness in Belgium continues to rise

This new 2020 SDG Barometer report outlines the sustainability landscape at a national level with insights about organizations’ engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

October 12, 2020

Launch of the Belgian Alliance for Climate Action

The Shift and WWF-Belgium announced on October 12th the launch of a unique Belgian climate alliance. They invite all Belgian organizations that want to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and increase their climate ambitions to join this initiative in Belgium. Antwerp Management School, along with 52 other organizations, has already joined the alliance and committed itself to aligning its activities with the objectives of the Paris Climate Agreement: keeping global warming below 2°C and making efforts to limit it to 1.5°C.