SEED Business School partners with Dutch peer


From this autumn, students enrolling and completing the 18-month part-time MBA program at Budapestʼs SEED Business School will earn an MBA degree from the Maastricht School of Management.

Following several months of preparation, the cooperation between SEED Business School and the Maastricht School of Management (MSM) was recently approved by the Hungarian Educational Authority, and thus acknowledged by the Hungarian state, says a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The SEED-MSM part-time MBA program’s courses and curriculum are now developed jointly by the two institutions. Both faculties are involved in teaching, courses are offered in two locations, and participants receive an MSM MBA degree upon successful completion of the program.

“Our goal - with our founding partners, MOL and OTP Bank - from the very beginning was to offer the highest level of business education to talented leaders and managers of our region,” said Anthony Radev, founding director of SEED. “By providing them an attractive alternative to the prestigious schools in the U.S. and in Western Europe, our main mission is to contribute to the development of regional competitiveness,” he added.

The program welcomes young experts and managerial talents of functional areas who have the potential to grow to general management level. The program requires a university or college degree, minimum five years of work experience and proficiency in English.


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