Antwerp Management School shapes plans for the future with mainly female board of directors
As of May 1st, five of the eight seats on the Board of Directors of the Antwerp Management School (AMS) have been allocated to women. In addition to Christien Van Vaerenberg (Port of Antwerp) and prof. dr. Silvia Lenaerts, Françoise Chombar (Melexis), Véronique Goossens (Belfius) and Anita Van Looveren (OMP) will also be joining the Belgian business school’s board of directors. Jan Remeysen (BASF) will take the torch from Alain Beyens as chairman.
Disturbing geopolitical conflict impacting AMS community
As a business school with its mission and core values centered around global citizenship, critical reflection and positive impact, we are witnessing with deep sadness the Russian-Ukraine conflict. Our thoughts are with all our students, alumni, colleagues, friends and partners who are impacted by the highly disturbing geopolitical situation.
AMS campus is the new home of "Deep South" by the Ghent-based artist Bahati Simoens
We are very honored to partner with the Ace Foundation in giving a voice to the creative minds of artists like Bahati. Her beautiful work “Deep South” can be spotted on the first floor of our campus, right next to room 107.
Guido Kestens (1940 – 2021)
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Guido Kestens, Honorary Chairman of the Alumni Association of Antwerp Management School and AMS EMBA Alumnus (formerly known as PPB).
AMS Executive MBA is number 1 in the Benelux
AMS is the only Belgian business school in the top 100!
The Financial Times has just published its Executive MBA Ranking 2021. Antwerp Management School already did well in previous years but has really surpassed itself this time: the AMS Executive MBA has moved up 10 places and is now number 45 worldwide. This makes AMS the number 1 in the Benelux. It is also the highest ranking ever achieved by a Belgian business school.