AMS EMBA launches new partnership
On Tuesday, December 20th our Dean, Prof. dr. Steven De Haes, and the Rector of Almaty Management University, Prof. dr. Gulnura Kurenkeyeva, signed an agreement for the launch of a new international Executive MBA in Kazakhstan.
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.
Financial Times puts AMS Executive MBA as number 1 in Benelux
Taking 56th place, Antwerp Management School (AMS) successfully maintains its leading position for the Benelux in the Financial Times Executive MBA ranking of 2022. With excellent scores on quality criteria on the Work Experience, ESG, International Experience and Salary Increase, AMS is further establishing itself in the Benelux as the number 1 business school in the field of EMBA programs.
Argenta and Antwerp Management School expand collaboration - “We want to create positive impact together”
Antwerp Management School (AMS), one of the country’s leading business schools, and Argenta, the fifth largest banking institution in Belgium, are expanding their partnership for the next three years. Going forward, Argenta will be part of the AMS corporate membership network, which currently represents a 25-strong network of companies, with dialogue and exchange of expertise as driving factors. Through learning networks, targeted networking events and a continuous deepening of knowledge and research, the members aim to create positive impact together.
Antwerp Management School has 70% international students
Antwerp Management School (AMS) is kicking off the new academic year, spread over the next few months. This year, the management school recorded a 6% increase in the number of enrolments for its full-time masters. Remarkably, 70% of these full-time master's students come from abroad.