With the international port of Antwerp as its location, Antwerp Management School has a strong asset to strengthen its relationship with business and the creative economies. The main proof is its network of international faculty members and alumni.
We offer Full-Time Master programs for recent graduates, an Executive MBA, an Executive PhD, Masters for Professionals, Executive Masters and Company Specific Programs.
Antwerp Management School THE autonomous management school of the University Antwerp. With Antwerp Management School the University Antwerp wants to respond to the 21st-century educational challenges: the increasing need of lifelong learning, the continuing internationalization of higher education and the maximum use of the educational possibilities that information and communication technology has in store.
Antwerp Management School in Antwerp
Combining the charm and tradition of a rich history with the vigour and progress of modern industrial Flanders, Antwerp is a city with a distinctive character. In the 16th century, Antwerp became the main commercial centre of Western Europe. Churches, museums and historical buildings bear witness to this golden age. The city remains one of Europes major industrial centres. The port is the fourth largest in the world and its petrochemical industry is second only to Houston, Texas. Antwerp is also known as the world centre of diamond trade, its volume being by far the largest in the world.
Foreign students will also appreciate the city's central location in Europe. Brussels, the Belgian capital and now commonly called 'the Capital of Europe', is only a thirty-minute train ride away. Throughout the ages, trade in Antwerp has been internationally oriented. Paris, London, Cologne, Frankfurt and Amsterdam are within 300 kilometres of the city and can easily be reached by car, train or airplane. The Dutch-speaking citizens of Antwerp are also quite used to speaking English, French and German. Foreigners and tourists experience no problems in making themselves understood.
The Antwerp Management School is located in the historical center of the city of Antwerp. In the year 2000, after an award-winning renovation, a splendid 15th-century mansion called Het Brantijser became the new home of the Management School. Other university campuses are within walking distance. The school is can easily be reached by public transportation.
AACSB The University Antwerp has obtained the prestigious accreditation of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) for its management programmes in the faculty of Applied Economical Sciences and at Antwerp Management School. The University Antwerp is the first Belgian university to acquire this accreditation.
With 68 accredited members (of whom about 107 outside of the US), AACSB is the oldest (1916) and most authoritative accreditation organization in the world.
Benchmarking will become an important matter in the future European and international educational scene. Comparative studies based on standard indexes will become the criterion for universities to decide whether they want to cooperate with other institutes. Universities and management schools with an AACSB accreditation in international teams are automatically a privileged partner.
With the AACSB label Antwerp Management School has obtained an authoritative, international quality stamp for its programmes.
The Antwerp Management School master trainings have been accredited by the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Organisation (NVAO) on the basis of the AACSB- accreditation. With this NVAO acknowledgment on the basis of an already acquired international accreditation, the University Antwerp is a firstling among the Belgian universities.
Our masters in Management are ranked 34 in the Financial Times Ranking for Master in Management (2015).
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Antwerp Management School!
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS we offer you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.