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Measuring excellent performance in Zambian public organisations – Online DBA defense

"Though challenging, the DBA program with MSM has changed my life forever." On 3 November 2020, Mr. Tobias Mulimbika successfully defended his DBA thesis titled ‘Measuring excellent performance in Zambian public organisations'.

Factors Affecting Behavioural Intention to Adopt e-Health in Egypt - Online DBA defense

On 27 October 2020, Mr. Hani F.A. Mohamed Eltalabawy successfully defended his DBA thesis titled ‘Factors Affecting Behavioural Intention to Adopt e-Health in Egypt’. The DBA defense took place in an online session.

Creating value, the key in global marketing and supply chain management

“The creating value module, has been the best module so far. It was practical and very hands-on," says Executive MBA student Davide Tuzi. The module is composed of the courses Marketing in a Global Context and Global Supply Chain Management.

Bright Future in Agriculture teacher internships are moving ahead

As part of the Bright Future in Agriculture (BFA) project in Ethiopia the teachers of TVET's are being trained and take part in internship apprenticeships to get in-depth field knowledge from agricultural businesses

Master in Management students start their one-year journey at MSM

On 5 October 2020, we were happy to welcome a new group of Master in Management students at the campus of Maastricht to dive into the world of business and management.

Year in review: Reviving agricultural TVET in Ghana

One year ago, the project “Reviving Agricultural TVET in Ghana by Integrating Farm Institutes in the Wider Agricultural Education System” officially commenced.

Mastering the challenge of managing development projects

From 21 – 25 September 2020, MSM delivered the executive Project Management program. This 5-day course is designed to further develop the skills, knowledge and essential techniques for successful, cost-effective management projects.

Year in review: Strengthening skills and training capacity in the horticulture sector in Tanzania

One year ago, the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) project “Strengthening skills and training capacity in the horticulture sector” officially started implementation during a kick-off event in Dodoma, Tanzania.

Interactive training and online sessions in Kenyan capacity building project

As for all international project COVID-19 has highly impacted the planned activities. Many of those activities were related field trips and exchanging project members of both countries. Due to COVID safety restrictions, Kenyan schools were closed.

MSM Graduation 2020: A new generation of leaders for a changing world

As with everything else this year, COVID-19 had an impact on MSM’s annual Graduation ceremony as many students, friends and family were unable to make the trip to Maastricht to celebrate together the achievements of the graduating classes of 2020.