On May 15th 2017, the Financial Times (FT) published their annual Executive Education ranking. This was the first time Antwerp Management School (AMS) appeared in the rankings. The school is now able to count itself in the top 85 executive education establishments worldwide.
On May 5, 2017, B2Bike, a bicycle company for businesses in Antwerp, launched its Bike2Go travel solution. The launch took place at Antwerp Management School (AMS), situated close to the Noorderlijn road and tram project in the heart of the city.
Antwerp Management School’s Board of Directors (on March 27, 2017) and its General Council (on April 25) have unanimously agreed to renew the tenure of its Dean, Prof. Dr. Paul Matthyssens, for a second term, expressing confidence in his policies.
How does your workplace affect your employees’ productivity? NNOF and Care are collaborating with Antwerp Management School to find out.
NNOF and Care (both Vebego Holding firms) are together becoming an Antwerp Management School Knowledge Partner. They are linking up with AMS’ Next Generation Work Expertise Center, which focuses principally on researching and developing a sustainable view of human resource management, work, careers and organizations.
Agreement between Antwerp Management School and the Flemish government provides a significant boost for academic research
On Wednesday, April 26th, Antwerp Management School (AMS) and the Flemish Minister for Employment, the Economy, Innovation and Sport, Philippe Muyters, signed a new agreement. This 6-year agreement covers the period 2017 – 2022, during which time Antwerp Management School will receive annual funding to support academic research.