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Three of FEB Master’s degree programmes are the best in the Netherlands, nine in the top 3

27 March 2015
Higher Education Guide
Higher Education Guide

According to the new Keuzegids Masters 2016 [Higher Education Guide 2016 - Master’s programmes] three of FEB’s Master degree programmes are the best in the Netherlands : Research Master Economics, Supply Chain Management (joint 1st) and Business and International Economics and Business.  Furthermore 9 programmes are among the top 3.

The guide briefly describes the 1250 Master’s programmes which are officially registered in the Netherlands. Most of them also receive a quality qualification, based on student assessments and the assessment of the NVAO, the Dutch Flemish accreditation organization.

“Top Degree Programmes”

The Research Master in Economics and Business has been awarded the ‘Top Degree Programme’ predicate by the editors of the Keuzegids, based on the quality assessments. The Research Master scored 80 points (out of 100). Students are extremely positive about the high level of the programme and the expertise of the teachers. Furthermore the programme is highly recommended for entering a PhD.

The MSc Supply Chain Management scored 72 points and students highly appreciate the academic development and the content of the programme. The MSc International Economics and Business scored 70 points. Strong aspects of the programme are both the general skills development and the scientific level.

Three more in top 3

Besides these three number one positions, six other FEB master’s programmes belong to the top 3: MSc Business Administration (62 points), MSc Econometrics, Operations Research and Actuarial Studies (70 points), MSc Finance (72 points), Human Resource Management (64 points), MSc Marketing (68 points) and MSc Technology and Operations Management (70 points)


► Source: Keuzegids.org/masters

Last modified:03 May 2016 09.24 a.m.

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