Posted by News Express | 17 October 2012 | 3,958 times
Persons who invest in acquiring the Master in Business Administration (MBA) qualification get an 18 per cent return on their investment, according to a survey conducted in the Netherlands among employers, business school graduates and higher institutions. They also experience income leaps from 18% and above, the survey found.
Return on investment is even higher for employers, according to the survey, which equally confirmed that employers get a 36 per cent return on the investment in the MBA training of their employees. That return is double the increase in the employee’s income, according to the survey which looked into the value derived from management education.
The survey by Management Today also showed that Business School Netherlands has shot up the rankings of schools in Netherlands, becoming the preferred choice for MBA education.
Business School Netherlands (BSN) ranked top on the list that includes such notable schools as the Rotterdam School of Management of Erasmus University, Nyenrode Business Universiteit, the first private university in Netherlands, TSM Business School of the University of Twente and TiasNimbas, the Business School of Tilburg University.
Business School Netherlands Nigeria, which released the result to News Express, said it was proud of the achievements of its parent institution as it confirms the high reckoning of BSN by its graduands, their employers as well as current students.
Mr. Lere Baale, Coordinator of Business School Netherlands Nigeria, stated that the “action learning” orientation of BSN makes it the preferred institution for persons who want executive education that impacts directly on their work and future.
Business School Netherlands Nigeria is one of the affiliate learning centres of Business School Netherlands across the world. BSN Nigeria operates from purpose-built facilities in the Ikeja GRA of Lagos as well as study centres in Abuja.
Nigeria is the second biggest BSN location in the world, and the school has on its current roll over 400 MBA students receiving tuition in the experiential action learning paradigm pioneered by Business School Netherlands.
*Photo, courtesy of Leadership, shows BSNN Coordinator Lere Baale (right), and BSNN Chairman, Ayodele Aderinwale, at the graduation-dinner of school . . .a few months ago in Lagos.
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