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FEB Research Master 'top programme', first places for IE&B and SCM in Higher Education Guide Masters

22 March 2016

The Research Master’s (RM) programme in Economics and Business of FEB has been awarded the ‘Top Degree Programme’ predicate in the new edition of the Higher Education Guide. Apart from that, two FEB programmes came first in their category: International Economics and Business and Supply Chain Management.

The Keuzegids Masters 2016 [Higher Education Guide 2016 – Master’s programmes] briefly describes all Dutch Master’s programmes. Most of them also receive a quality qualification, based on student assessments and the assessment of the NVAO, an accreditation organization. Some programmes are so good that the editors have marked them as ‘top programmes’. Among them is the Research Master of the Faculty of Economics and Business. It scores 80 from 100 points.

FEB has two programmes that score the highest in their categories, Supply Chain Management scores 72 out of 100, and International Economics & Business 70 out of 100.The University of Groningen is the second broad-based classical university in the ranking list.

Last modified:25 March 2016 1.40 p.m.

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