Business School Netherlands (BSN) has got another global recognition, as it recently climbed the leadership ladder to rank among top MBA providers in the world, as published by CEO magazine.
The new position attained by the internationally recognized institution, has made “BSN outpaced over 138 other excellent programmes from different continents of the world in terms of the quality of Faculty, learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender make-up and more,” the report revealed.
Speaking on the newly attained height of the institution, Prof Lere Baale, CEO, BSN, Nigeria, expressed his profound joy in the achievement, saying it is a source of immense pride for them, while he pledged their commitment to the innovative Action Learning and students-first approach.
He said: “Achieving 11th position out of a group of 85 Tier-One global universities and business schools is an immense source of pride for us and reaffirms our commitment to the innovative Action Learning and students-first approach. We are honoured to be recognized by the CEO Magazine for the fifth consecutive year”.
Explaining why Business School Netherlands is rated so highly, Baale said their international standard of operation attracted international observers, and the CEO magazine in the last six years, as they couldn’t ignore BSN’s innovative curriculum and their widely-experienced faculty.
“In the last six years, international observers including CEO magazine have taken note of our innovative curriculum and world-class faculty who are not mere professors but gladiators in the global business marketplace.
“Also noteworthy is the impressive career outcomes of our alumni. Many of them are securing investments from global venture capitalists, getting appointments and gaining fast promotions in Fortune 500 organizations and public sector appointments,” he quipped.
In a report titled “CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings”, the publishers of CEO Magazine disclosed the rationale for the ranking thus: “…in an increasingly congested market, selecting the right business school can be difficult which is far from ideal given the time and investment involved.
“Using a ranking system entirely geared and weighted to fact-based criteria, CEO magazine aims to cut through the noise and provide potential students with a performance benchmark for those schools under review”.
According to the report, specific criteria considered in assessing business schools are based upon key performance indicators considered to be of interest and value to potential students are as follows: Quality of faculty (weighted 34.95%), international diversity (9.71%), Class Size (9.71%), accreditation (8.74O/o), faculty to student ratio (7.76O/o), price (5.83O/o), international exposure (4.85O/o), work experience (4.85%), professional development (4.85%), gender parity (4.85O/o) and delivery methods (3.8O/o).
The publication ranks Business School Netherlands among the best eleven business schools to study MBA programmes globally. “It ranked no.11 out of over 150 MBA programmes that were thoroughly examined from all over the world”, it revealed.
With study centres in different locations across the globe, including Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt;
Business School Netherlands has its main campus in the Netherlands
The CEO Magazine Global Rankings is a global recognition utmostly desired by the world’s top business schools. CEO Magazine has published its MBA rankings annually for the past 6 years. It is peculiar because it is acceptable by world top organizations as a yardstick in differentiating among the ever-widening options of MBA programmes around the globe.
The magazine processed data from more than 161 schools, offering no less than 303 different programs in 27 countries (77 online MBAs, 87 EMBAs and 139 Full-time and Part-time MBAs).
The Rankings focused primarily on Identification of the business schools which combine the exceptional quality of content, facilitation, and other indices with great return on investment.