If you are interested in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the creative ideas of the population in and around Maastricht, the week of Monday, the 16 November was loaded with interesting events relating to those topics.
Eric Beutner, Stephan Smeekes and Alexander Heinemann are the recipients of a prestigious grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO).
Robert Pans was presented with the NACADA (Global Community for Academic Advising) Outstanding Academic Advising Administrator award at a ceremony in Las Vegas on 4 October. He was nominated for the award by Professor dr. Philip Vergauwen of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE).
A new concept addressing vehicle safety and security and how it’s effect on the insurance premium for the owner has earned three SBE students—Saskia Pluester, Niels van Dooren and Martin Wetzel—internships at Volkswagen Group: the top prize for the 2015 Volkswagen Group Business Innovation Challenge.
On 20 April, Paul De Grauwe, Professor of European Political Economy at the London School of Economics visited the University of Maastricht to deliver a lecture entitled, “Is the Eurocrisis over?” Watch the complete lecture here.
Maastricht University (UM) is bustling with sharp minds eager to apply their knowledge and creativity to real-world challenges, and businesses and organisations can tap into the fresh insights of these students by participating in the UM PREMIUM programme.
Each year, universities across the world are ranked by (inter)national organisations on various criteria and indicators. How valuable are these rankings? Quite, according to Mariëlle Heijltjes, Professor of Managerial Behaviour, Associate Dean of Strategic Development and Internationalisation and Director of Postgraduate Education of Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE).
With much pleasure we let you all know that the Maastricht team won the 2015 Edition of the annual Econometric Game that took place this week in Amsterdam. The event, described as the “World Championship of Econometrics,” ended 7 April after three days of intensive work.
Maastricht University named 2nd fastest-rising young university in the world.
The Management of Learning master’s offered by the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE) has kept its quality seal of “Top Programme” according to the Keuzegids Masters 2015 that was published earlier this week. The master’s of Econometrics and Operations also placed first in its category.