• MSM's History

    2010 – Present
    2012 60th anniversary of MSM
    2011 MSM ranked 1st in Top Business School category by Eduniversal, both in the Netherlands and in the worldwide ranking
    2010 Eduniversal ranks MSM 1st in Top Business School category in the Netherlands
    2000 – 2009

    2008 MSM‹s Master of Science in International Business accredited by NVAO (Netherlands Flamish Accreditation Organization )
    2008 C.K. Prahalad visits MSM in Maastricht for the ‹Invest in the Future‹ events
    2007 MSM organizes the International Management Development Association‹s (IMDA) 16th World Business Congress at its campus in Maastricht
    2007 MSM‹s Doctor of Business Administration was accredited by the Association of MBA‹s
    2007 MSM receives accreditation by the Association of MBA‹s (AMBA) for its Maastricht Global Distance MBA
    2006 The Association of MBA‹s (AMBA) accredits all MSM Outreach MBA and Executive MBA programs
    2006 MSM receives NVAO (Netherlands Flemish Accreditation Organization) accreditation
    2006 MSM receives accreditation by the Association of MBA‹s (AMBA) for its worldwide MBA programs
    2005 Introduction of the Master of Management (MM) program
    2005 MSM‹s MBA programs endorsed by the Dutch government
    2005 MSM receives accreditation by the Association of MBA‹s (AMBA) for its Maastricht MBA programs
    2004 MSM hosts the Symposium “Turkey and the European Union: Looking Beyond Prejudice” in April. Later this year MSM organizes the International Management Development Association‹s (IMDA) 13th World Business Congress at the MSM Head Office and Campus in Maastricht.
    2001 The International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) accredits MSM
    2000 MSM accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
    1990 – 1999

    1998 Mr. H. van den Broeck, European External Relations Commissioner, opens the new wing
    1998 MSM builds a new wing with the Conference Hall, the MSM Information Center and the Office Garden on the
    1995 First PhD program
    1993 MSM offers its first Executive MBA program
    1993 RVB changes its name to Maastricht School of Management (MSM)
    1991 RVB launches its first MBA Outreach program
    1990 Official opening of the new campus by H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands
    1980 – 1989

    1989 RVB moves from Delft to the historic city of Maastricht
    1983 Launch of first MBA program in the Netherlands
    1970 – 1979

    1970 RVB rapidly expands its activities with training courses in Delft
    1950 – 1959

    1959 Technical assistance and training courses on behalf of developing countries
    1955 RVB implements international course on small-scale industries
    1952 Foundation of the Research Institute for Management Science (RVB) at the Technical University of Delft (the Netherlands‹ premier engineering school)


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