Business School Netherlands rates Level 1 MBA institution
Business School Netherlands (BSN) has been ranked as an institution offering a Level 1 MBA in the world rankings of business schools for senior executives in the latest CEO Magazine, 2022 Global MBA Rankings.
The BSN International Action Learning MBA ranked sixth in the European Level 1 MBA rankings.
Additionally, BSN International Action Learning MBA was ranked second (2nd) in the Global Online MBA Rankings.
The CEO Magazine Global Ranking is a global recognition desired by the best business schools in the world. CEO Magazine has published its MBA ranking every year for ten years. It is special because it is accepted by the world’s top organizations as a criterion of differentiation among the ever-widening options of MBA programs around the world.
Business School Netherlands is present in the Netherlands with study centers in different places around the world, including Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt. While the CEO Magazine is an annual global MBA ranking, featuring the MBA, Executive MBA and Online MBA programs.
Also read: Ecobank updates retail foreign exchange for schools
“Business School Netherlands ranks among the top fourteen Executive MBA business schools in the world. It ranked #14 out of 180 Global Executive MBA programs that have been carefully reviewed around the world. Thus, BSN has surpassed more than 166 excellent programs in different continents of the world, in terms of quality of faculty, learning environment, class size, tuition, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender composition and more,” Alexandra Skinner, Group Editor, CEO Magazine said.
According to Skinner, the rankings primarily focused on identifying business schools, which combine outstanding content quality, facilitation and other cues with excellent return on investment. According to the report, the specific criteria taken into account in the evaluation of business schools are based on key performance indicators considered interesting and useful for prospective students.
The indicators are faculty quality (weighted 34.95%); international diversity (9.71%); class size (9.71%); amenity (8.74%); faculty to student ratio (7.76%); price (5.83%); international exposure (4.85%); work experience (4.85%); professional development (4.85%); gender parity (4.85%) and modes of delivery (3.8%).
“In an increasingly crowded market, choosing the right business school can be difficult, which is less than ideal given the time and investment involved. Using a ranking system that is entirely evidence-based and weighted, CEO Magazine aims to cut through the noise and provide prospective students with a performance benchmark for the schools under review,” said Skinner.