- Joint business school of the universities of Leuven and Ghent.
- Europe’s oldest business and management school.
- Includes four international campuses.
- Ranks 22nd in Europe according to the Financial Times’ 2019 European Business Schools ranking.
- Claims the number 91 position worldwide in the Financial Times’ 2019 Executive MBA Ranking.
- Its Master of Global Management ranks 29th around the globe (source: Financial Times’ 2019 Masters in Management).
- Comes in at number 27 worldwide in the Financial Times’ 2020 Executive Education Ranking (Top 50 Schools), a combined scoreboard based on the tables of open enrolment and custom programs.
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Flanders’ globally competitive management and business schools
Flanders is home to some of the most competitive management and business schools around the globe – ensuring your international business of the finest leadership and management professionals. Below are the most prominent examples.
- Autonomous management school of Antwerp University.
- Known for its diverse and international student body.
- Its Master of Global Management ranks number 37 in the world and number 2 in Belgium (source: Financial Times’ 2019 Masters in Management).
- Comes in at number 62 around the world in the Financial Times’ 2019 Executive MBA Ranking.
- Antwerp-based management school founded in 1977.
- Works in partnership with the university of Leuven (KU Leuven).
- Known for its MBA that focuses on intra/entrepreneurship, its high-quality short executive and postgraduate programs, and its in-company programs for businesses with clear growth ambitions.
- Founded in 1988, in Brussels.
- Offers long and short postgraduate education programs for professionals from both corporate and social profit business environments.
- Collaborates closely with Leuven University (KU Leuven).