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Building Business Relations: Become an MBA-Mentor
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Mentorship 2014


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Mentorship 2014

  1. 1. Building Business Relations: Become an MBA-Mentor The World in One Classroom The MBA cohort at the Maastricht School of Management Become a Mentor The management mentorship program is coordinated and is one of the most international classrooms in the monitored by the MsM Career Office. At the start of the Netherlands. The class of 2014 consists of 61 students academic year, students provide a short personal profile from 25 nationalities, who all have valuable perspectives, that serves as basis for the match-making process with networks and knowledge of the global business environment potential mentors. When there is a match a first meeting to share, not only with one another but also with the is set up. Participating students are asked to write a brief business and government community in the Netherlands. report detailing his or her experiences after each meeting. Our MBA students have at least a Bachelor’s degree and At the end of the year both students and mentors are three years of working experience. asked to share their feedback with the Career Office. The International Management Mentorship Program MsM has developed the International Management We kindly invite you to contact us to become a mentor and to help us build business bridges between the Netherlands and the rest of the world! Mentorship as a platform to link our talented, experienced and diverse group of MBA students on an individual basis to representatives of the Dutch business community and “My mentor and I soon discovered that we were both governmental institutions. This match allows mentors interested in sustainable development. My mentor happened and students to build mutually beneficial and durable to be well-vested in issues of sustainable energy. In the light networks and relationships. For MBA students, the of climate change issues and considering that my country is mentorship program is a unique and much appreciated beginning to put sustainable energy sources in the fore opportunity to gain insights into Dutch business and of development initiatives, I learned a lot from him.” governance know-how. The initiative is also valued by local representatives, who see it as a chance to broaden Morgan Mwesa - MBA29 student from Zambia their personal knowledge of foreign business cultures and expertise. The precise content of the mentorship is jointly determined by the mentor and the student. Professional For any further questions or remarks please contact: interaction is the main objective of the mentorship; Mrs. Ellen Narinx - Schrauwen, MA experience shows however that the most durable and Senior Officer MsM Career Office beneficial relationships are most often built in the cultural E-mail:, Tel: 043 - 387 08 80 and social sphere. Nominated for the Nuffic Orange Carpet Award in 2014 Working together for better global management