MSM to offer joint part-time MBA program with SEED Business School, Hungary
From October 2018 onwards MSM and SEED Business School in Budapest, Hungary will jointly offer an 18-month part-time MBA program. The MSM-SEED part-time MBA Program focuses on the transition of young experts and managers from functional areas to general management. The program is also ideal for more senior experts who want to get a holistic view on management. The participants will receive an MSM MBA degree upon successful completion of the program.
Following several months of preparation, the cooperation between SEED Business School and MSM was recently approved by the Hungarian Educational Authority (Oktatási Hivatal), thus acknowledged by the Hungarian State. The cooperation will further improve the level of business education in Hungary providing an attractive alternative to talented local and regional professionals.
The program and courses are jointly developed by MSM and SEED and faculty of both schools are involved in teaching. The program has a special focus on leadership and will prepare the participants for leadership roles in their organization. Company projects and invited guest speakers are essential elements for the real business experience of the program, preparing the participants to immediately apply the learned techniques and gained knowledge in their organization. The courses take place at two locations, the majority in Budapest and a special MBA Specialization Summer School residency in Maastricht. The program also involves a personalized coaching and mentoring track.
“We are delighted to be able to collaborate with SEED Business School, as it is an ambitious partner with a deep network of corporate relations in the Central Eastern Europe region, where exciting developments in business and innovation leadership are taking place” said Prof. Wim Naudé, Dean of Maastricht School of Management.
“Our goal from the very beginning was to offer the highest level business education to the talented leaders and managers of our region. By providing them an attractive alternative to the prestigious schools in the US and in Western Europe our main mission is to contribute to the development of regional competitiveness. Our joint program with MSM is a serious step in reaching our goal.” said Dr. Anthony Radev, founding director of SEED.
For more information and to apply please click here to visit the program page.