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Innovatively bringing the MBA program to developing and emerging markets


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Presentation of Prof. Oliver W. Olson during the Eduniversal World Convention 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey

Plenary Session 2

"Innovative ways to bring the MBA program into developing markets"

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Innovatively bringing the MBA program to developing and emerging markets

  1. 1. Maastricht School of Management Innovatively bringing the MBA program to developing and emerging markets
  2. 2. Working together for better global management A signatory to A member of
  3. 3. Watch this short video clip on the World of Maastricht School of Management
  4. 4. Short History Established as an International Education Organization by the Dutch Government in 1952, in Delft, The Netherlands 1989 Moved to Maastricht 1990s – MBA and DBA programmes started with a focus on developing countries 2014 - partnerships throughout the emerging and developing world 2014 – Created the MEUSE-Institute (Maastricht EU Institute for the Study of Emerging Economies) to promote better understanding of business relations between EU and Emerging Economies
  5. 5. Our Partners MSM MaastrichtMBA MSM Cooperative Global MBA
  6. 6. Genocide Reconciliation in Rwanda The First MBA in Yemen Government led project management in Suriname Female Leaders in Vietnam
  7. 7. In 2014 we are a FINALIST in for the Dutch government’s NUFFIC Orange Carpet Award for our contribution to the internationalization of Dutch Higher Education. Watch here to see a video on MSM’s nomination.
  8. 8. In 2014 we are a FINALIST for the AMBA Innovation Award 2014 In recognition that MSM brings the MBA to countries that need it most: fragile, low-income, often conflict-ridden and lacking management capabilities.
  9. 9. Approach • Flexibility, bottoms-up, and innovative: Associate Dean for Internationalization and Innovation • Quality: Associate Dean for Quality, key investments in research and in a DBA programme ranked #2 • Diversity and tolerance : embedded in our commitment to global development, e.g. PRME, GBSN
  10. 10. Watch here a short fun video clip of our most recent MBA class discovering Maastricht
  11. 11. Thank you!