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Maastricht School of Management (MSM)
Motto"Working together for better global management"
TypePrivate, not-for-profit institution
ChairmanLéon Frissen
DeanProf. Wim A. Naudé, PhD
Supervisory BoardFrans Tummers, Monique Caubo, Jeroen Jansen, Frans Weekers
50°50′15″N 5°42′57″E / 50.8374°N 5.7159°E / 50.8374; 5.7159Coordinates: 50°50′15″N 5°42′57″E / 50.8374°N 5.7159°E / 50.8374; 5.7159
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The Maastricht School of Management (MSM) is a management school in Maastricht, the Netherlands.


Graduates of MSM in Maastricht

MSM offers accredited programs in collaboration with partner institutions in a number of countries across the world. Core programs are the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Executive MBA (EMBA), and Doctor of Business Administration (DBA).[1] Furthermore, the School offers Master of Science (MSc), Master in Management, and a range of executive programs.


MSM's programs are accredited by agencies, such as the Dutch - Flemish Accreditation Organization (NVAO), the AMBA, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), and the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).

MSM’s MBA is ranked #2 in the Netherlands and #11 in Europe, according to EdUniversal’s 2015 ranking. [2]


The school engages in development projects involving the public and private sectors in collaboration with international development agencies and donor organizations. [3] It is also recognized by the Chinese government.[4] MSM is in partnership with the Nanjing University Business School.


  1. Bickerstaffe, G. 2007. Which MBA?: Making the Right Choice of Executive Education : Incorporating which Executive Course? 19th Ed. Pearson Education. ISBN: 0273714414
  2. Eduniversal ranking
  3. Projects and Consultancies
  4. Chinese government recognition Archived 2012-10-10 at the Wayback Machine

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